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BTI Featured in Progressive Railroading

BTI Featured in Progressive Railroading

Ballast Tools Inc. is featured in this month’s Progressive Railroading Ballast Management article. The article focuses on the BTI X-plow rebuild program. For more, click here. http://www.progressiverailroading.com/mow/article/Product-roundup-Ballast-management-2017--51817

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BTI Adzer Wheel Outlasts the Competition

BTI Adzer Wheel Outlasts the Competition

Ballast Tools Incorporated takes pride in producing quality wear-proofed parts for maintenance of way equipment. One part that consistently performs better than the OEM is the BTI Carbide Adzer Wheel. Recently, a BTI Carbide Adzer Wheel on a class one railroad lasted four months, or about 64,000 feet! The rail engineers stated that the OEM part lasted only about a third of that time at best. BTI manufactures adzer wheels to fit Kershaw, Nordco, and Knox Kershaw machines. Get BTI On Board! Call 636-937-3326 today!

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BTI is the “Boss” at Protecting Hinges

BTI is the “Boss” at Protecting Hinges

Ballast regulating and maintaining can quickly cause wear issues on key parts of a regulator, such as the wing articulation joint on the bottom of the wing. That part of the wing sees constant contact with the ballast while plowing in either direction.

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