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We help you to save lives!


We help you to save lives!

You want to increase the life span of your TRacks?


You want to increase the lifespan of your rail?

You have come to the right place!
When it comes to reliable management of rails, the following results can be attained by re-profiling railway tracks:

1. Extension of the lifetime

2. Enhancement of the traveling comfort

3. Reduction of the noise emissions

4. Reduction in the number of ruptures in the rails


We stand ready to solve your problem and offer useful advice.


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TRack Processing

TRack Processing

The Problem

Innumerable innovations on the part of the local manufacturer have made it possible to convert the engine output into the maximum amount of thrust in a more efficient manner. The significantly-improved control system for the driven wheels produces a situation in which significantly higher forces must be transferred to the contact-surface between the wheel and the track.

Unlike with road traffic, the track is softer than the wheel tire. Therefore, it (the track) gets warped. This deformation leads to a

* Shortening of the lifetime
* Reduction in the level of traveling comfort
* Increase in the noise-emission
* Increased rupturing of the rails



The Solution

When it comes to the longitudinal and transverse profiles, errors can be rectified by reworking the track-profile on a regular basis. At the same time, the option that features erosion intensities of up to 1.5 mm for the running surface and up to 5.0 mm for the gauge line (to be eroded in a single passage) effectively eliminates the head checks. The method of combining erosion caused by a milling machine with erosion caused by a grinding process facilitates perfect track correction. 

How it’s done

The SF 06 features 2 milling units that are placed in a row. These are followed by a grinding unit and an intermediary station. The eroded metal filings and the grinding dust are sucked into the machine’s bunker. The machine features an integrated measurement technique that measures the longitudinal and transverse profiles, provides real-time information regarding the progress of the processing and records the said progress. The machine features system autonomy and can function for a minimum period of 2 days without being refueled or subjected to a process that removes splinters.



* High operating speed of up to 20 m/min
* Completion with just a single crossing
* Prolongation of the tracks’ lifetime by a factor of 3
* High degree of environmental friendliness
* The elimination of the head checks results in a steep decline in the
  number of broken rails
* Enhancement of the traveling comfort
* Reduction in the noise-emission associated with the contact surface
  between the wheel and the rail
* The magnitude of the flying sparks is so low that no accompanying
  measures are necessary



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The Trains

The Trains

Technical Data SF06 (2 TRains)

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Weight                                                                  180 to
Total length across buffer                                   43.8 m

Max. speed
(self-propelled movement/haul drive)       80/100 km/h
Engine output                                               ca. 749 KW

Processing data

Number of vehicle crossings for the final processing            1
Machining feed-rate                                  5 – 20 m/min

Machining depths

On the running surface                               0.3 – 1.5 mm
On the gauge line                                       max. 5.0 mm
Cross-section precision                                    ± 0.2 mm

Precision of longitudinal section
                  30 < λ ≤ 100 mm                            ± 0.01 mm
                  100 < λ ≤ 300 mm                         ± 0.03 mm
                  300 < λ ≤ 1000 mm                        ± 0.10 mm

 Roughness                                                        5 – 7 μm


Technical Data MG11


Driving speed                 up to 50Km/h
Operational speed         up to 500 m/h
Max. gradient                               40 ‰
Max. axle load                            7,5 ton
Diameter milling unit                400mm
Diameter grinding unit             600mm
Individual material removal from 0,3 up to 0,8mm in one pass possible.


· Rail maintenance for plain track, switches and crossings
· Treatments of new rails
· Preventive servicing and maintenance
· Removal of railhead defects in the cross- and longitudinal section
· Improvement of the smoothness and reduction of wear and tear
· Reduction of noise in sensitive areas
· Correction of gauge
· Change of a rail profile


· Diesel electrical power unit
· Efficient extraction system for chips and dust (> 99,5%)
· Emission standard: EPA TIER 4 Final, EU Stage IV
· Adjustable gauge from 1000 to 1668mm
· Oversea shipment via 40´´ Container or on the road by special low loading truck
· Low noise load during operation
· No cooling agent necessary
· Drivers cab for two persons, work station for one person
· Suitable for switches and crossings

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Mission Statement

Mission Statement

Who we are

We are a rail-processing company whose goal is to use the most modern technology to provide its business partners from the railroad industry with the best results, when it comes to the task of re-working the rail-profile.

By taking advantage of our services and working in tandem with us, the client can provide his customers and employees with a higher degree of security and traveling comfort. By engaging subcontractors, the client can save investment-related resources,
which in turn also enables him to save tax dollars.


Our clients

We consider our clients to be equal partners, who we respond to intelligently and with whom we would like to create something new. This goal of this partnership is to ensure that every single partner benefits more than he would have in the absence of an agreement.





Our Values

Our actions place significant emphasis on sustainability, in terms of both economic success and the environment. Similarly, the interests and requirements of the employees, the clients and society as a whole are integrated into the daily routine.

When it comes to our dealings with employees, clients and society as a whole, the following values are assigned top priority:

1. Clear, fair, reliable, sustainable and open communication and co-operation,

2. responsible actions and

3. adherence to the applicable rules and regulations.

Our Employees

We value qualified, motivated, loyal employees and enhance prospects for the future.
We are convinced that employees enjoy long-term satisfaction when the right balance is struck between profession, family and free time.


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About Us

About Us

&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; DI Gerald Schobesberger

                                    DI Gerald Schobesberger

DI Gerald Schobesberger

Born in 1965 in Innsbruck/Austria

Employed by STUAG in 1993 after studying underground engineering (at a polytechnic) and civil engineering; As indicated, carried out first clearance and restructuring activities in Austria and East Germany in the mid-nineties; from 1999 onwards, led the management department at STRABAG that monitored the development of the Berlin-Brandenburg roadways and traffic routes.

Between 2007 and 2011, was on the executive board of Strabag AG Austria, which primarily focused on the following areas: Europe-wide development of the division responsible for railway-construction and road-milling machines and further development and construction of transport routes for Strabag International in Africa, the middle east, Russia, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia and Sweden.

In 2012, founded s-milling technologies gmbh and began teaching at the campus of the University of Applied Sciences in Vienna.


DI Torsten Spangenberg
Key Account Manager

Born 1966 in Hanover, Germany
Operations Manager of the steel construction company STS in Regensburg after an officer's career incl. civil engineering studies with focus on structural engineering at the Bundeswehr University in  Neubiberg.

From 2000 until the end of 2009, Head of International Projects at Pfleiderer Infrastrukturtechnik, renamed in 2006 in RailOne (project management, plants and system sales in the Netherlands, Taiwan, Korea, Singapore, Thailand, China, KSA, Turkey, etc.).

At STRABAG Rail from 2010 as Head of BU International with activities in Turkey, Norway, Finland, Bulgaria and Romania.
From 2011 to 2015 Head of the BU International Railway Infrastructure with sales focus on Africa (Ghana, Cameroon etc.), ME region (Qatar, Oman, Abu Dhabi etc.) and SEA region (Thailand, Laos, Indonesia, Brunei etc.) based at the beginning in Qatar, lateron in Thailand with focus on an organizational establishment.

2015/2016 Support of the company Wirthwein, Creglingen, for the realignment of sales and 2016/2017 in the executive board of the Metro Doha project (based in Doha) for the company PORR Bau GmbH as well as the development of the 10-year business plan for the distribution of HSL Systems "Slab Track Austria".


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                                    DI Torsten Spangenberg

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Our Partners

Our Partners