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Sealing cables and pipes in the rail industry

A review of the risks posed to cable and pipe entry points within the rail industry, the industry standards and expectations with illustrative examples and case studies.

By attending this seminar you will gain a greater understanding of:

  • The risks associated with service penetrations on rail infrastructure (Relocatable Equipment Buildings REBs and Signalling Equipment Buildings SEBs) and rolling stock. The risks include fire, smoke, rodents, dust and EMI.
  • The necessity for pull out resistance in cable and pipe seals.
  • How to protect the assets and ensure reliable operation with safe and certified cable sealing systems.
  • Relevant legislation, industry standards and best practice.

Additional course information

CPD points

1

Location

This seminar can take place at your office.

Who should attend?

Design, build and installation engineers of railway infrastructure and equipment. Network operators, design consultancies and contractors.

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