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Tashkent Metro Receives 5 Trains from TMH

Tuesday 24 September 2019

TASHKENT (Railway Technology) — Transmashholding (TMH) has held a shipment ceremony for five metro trains delivered to Uzbekistan’s rapid transit system, Tashkent Metro, at its Mytishi Plant near Moscow, Russia.

TMH subsidiary was awarded a contract in October last year for the delivery of five four-carriage metro trains to Tashkent metro. TMH has shipped more than 20 metro trains to Uzbekistan since 1977.

As per Tashkent metro’s requirements, the rolling stock has been modified with a range of technical features. The rolling stock has a 30-year lifecycle period. Under the terms of the contract, spare parts and customer consultation for maintenance will also be provided to Tashkent Metro.

Tashkent Metro’s trains have been fitted with “low-strain wheels with noise dampening, contemporary asynchronous traction drives, noise isolation and insulation”.

The head cars have “accessible areas” and the carriages are equipped with “air conditioning, ventilation and air purification”.

The pass-through design trains also feature 1,400 mm doorways, which are larger than earlier models. Furthermore, the trains are installed with a new system for opening and closing the door.

In addition, each of the Model 81-765.5/766.5/767.5 trains come with two head motorised carriages, as well as one intermediate motorised carriage and intermediate non-motorised carriage.


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