Modern Designed Military Style Temporary Military Steel Structure Bailey Bridge for Army Usage
Description of Military Steel Bailey Bridge
The success of the Bailey bridge was due to its unique modular design, and the fact that one could be assembled with minimal aid from heavy equipment. Most, if not all, previous designs for military bridges required cranes to lift the pre-assembled bridge and lower it into place. The Bailey parts were made of standard steel alloys, and were simple enough that parts made at a number of different factories could be completely interchangeable. Each individual part could be carried by a small number of men, enabling army engineers to move more easily and more quickly than before, in preparing the way for troops and matériel advancing behind them. Finally, the modular design allowed engineers to build each bridge to be as long and as strong as needed, doubling or tripling up on the supportive side panels, or on the roadbed sections.
Specification of Military Steel Bailey Bridge
||Specification of Compact 200-type Military Bailey bridge
||32meter single span
||Steel bridge panel
||Q345B or S355JR etc
||20ton, 40ton truck etc, or HS20-44, HS25-44/Truck 20
||Price effective and technical full analysis and supports
Military pontoon bridges are usually built either by successively extending outward from the shore or by constructing whole sections as rafts and
floating them into position. Truss bridges, for use where riverbanks are steep or navigation must be kept open, are made up in panels readily
Our Steel Bailey Bridges have been shipped and erected world-wide and are designed to suit a range of applications and come in a variety of
types dependent upon your specific bridge requirements. Our services include the complete complete bridge design and construction as per
Client's choice of bridge features, and the scope of various bridges are as follows:
· Road Bridges
· Pedestrian Bridges
· Railway Bridges
· Steel Truss Bridge
· Beam Bridges
· Steel Bailey bridge
· Structural Steel Box Bridge
Heavy loading capacity
Long fatigue life
Easy and fast erection
Our experienced team is focused on your steel bridge project's success, from start to finish. Our proven ability to identify and overcome design
inconsistencies, potential problems with erection, and shipping obstacles results in the fabrication of structural steel that is right the first time,
helping you avoid costly construction delays.
History of Bailey bridge
By the 17th century, bridging equipment was part of the train of European and Turkish armies, with pontoons fashioned not only of timber but
also of leather, copper, and tin. Pneumatic pontoons with steel roadways made their appearance during World War II.
Finally we would like to emphasize that not like other companies, nearly all machining parts and mechanical accessories are manufactured in our own shop as we have so many wonderful machines and workers inside. In this way, the quality, cost and delivery time can be ensured which eliminates other exterior factors’ influence.
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