South Africa Gautrian Proof Load Testing

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Hundreds of 250kg water bags were used to do the distributed proof load testing for the Gautrain in South Africa. All water bags were putted on the sits and ground. Gautrain drain to 80KM speed to test its performance. This load test can ensure the passenger safety.

Cylindrical shape proof load testing water bags can be used not only for the lifeboat, gangway, also for any structures that need do distributed proof load testing. Especially for the offshore facilities.

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Gautrain is an 80-kilometre (50 mi) mass rapid transit railway system in Gauteng, South Africa, which links Johannesburg, Pretoria, Ekhuruleni and O. R. Tambo International Airport. It was built to relieve the traffic congestion in the Johannesburg–Pretoria traffic corridor and offer commuters a viable alternative to road transport, as Johannesburg has limited public transport infrastructure. The project was completed with the opening on 7 June 2012 of the final section between Rosebank and Johannesburg Park Station, which had been delayed by problems with excess water seeping into the tunnel between the two stations.