Providing innovative concrete anchoring systems for rail and transit systems that are designed and proven in a laboratory setting is what we’ve been doing for decades. Our Insulguard fastener product line is an economical and easy to use system offering many benefits such as:

  • Superior electrical insulation
  • Elimination of stray current
  • No galvanic corrosion of fastening system
  • Excellent long-term tensile strength

Transit, tunnel, freight and precast customers rely on our corrosion-resistant anchoring solutions around the country. Through years of experience, technology advances and engineering knowledge, Press-Seal Rail Products can provide all of your inserts, bolts, adhesives and core drilling machines.


Gary Jones

Gary Jones


CONTINENTAL U.S.
RAIL & TRANSIT PRODUCTS
Gary is our lead sales rep for the Rail Products division at Press-Seal. He works diligently with our customer’s to ensure their transit and freight needs are met every single day.
Cell: (260) 704-1974

RAIL PRODUCTS FAQ

What Can We Do?

  • Rail drilling machines

  • Extrude and mold rubber

  • Stainless steel machining

  • Fabrication and design

  • High tolerance testing

  • Waterjet cutting

  • Freight & transit products

  • Post installation service & support

  1. In what applications can your inserts be used?

    Our rail inserts can be used in a variety of applications such as direct fixation fasteners, guard rails, PTC Control brackets, switch plates or third rail posts

  2. What are your inserts made of?

    Our inserts can be produced from high strength steel, glass reinforced nylon, ductile iron, stainless steel or weathering steel.

  3. What sizes are your inserts?

    Press-Seal rail inserts have a 1/2″ to 1-1/4″ internal thread and can be 2″ to 10″ in length. We also offer the same product with metric threads if needed.

  4. How are your rail pads used?

    Rubber rail pads can be used under control switch plates to prevent stray current and can also help with vibration control. They can control stray current on steel bridges or act as a noise reducer in a transit system.

  5. What products do you have that help control stray current?

    We can design and manufacture rubber rail pads that are electrically non-conductive as well as our GF nylon rail inserts. Steel and ductile iron inserts can be epoxy coated for stray current control.

Contact Rail Products

If you need help with any of our freight or transit products, Gary Jones is our nationwide sales representative and would be glad to help!

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