Wheel Nut Indicator and Retainer Case Studies

Wheel Sentry Case Study - Network Rail

Network Rail owns, operates and develops Britain’s railway – the 20,000 miles of track, 40,000 bridges, tunnels and viaducts and the thousands of signals, level crossings and stations. The 18 largest stations are run by the company itself, while all the others, over 2,500, are run by one of the country’s train operating companies. Network Rail’s role is to deliver a safe and reliable railway every day for the four and half million people and businesses who rely on it. The fleet team are responsible for vehicle acquisitions, vehicle design, internal vehicle construction with approved converters, build plan, delivery to the end customers, dealing with manufacturers in regards to warranty claims and faults, financial payments to all of the supply chain, Operator Licensing, Audits (FORS, FTA, Van Excellence), consultation with external bodies such as the DVSA. Due to the variety of vehicles on the fleet, they were on the lookout for a suitable wheel security solution to enhance their levels of safety whilst maintaining a consistency across the fleet. Read on to find out more how they were able to achieve this…

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Wheel Sentry Case Study - Selco

Serving the nations tradespeople since 1895, Selco supply a massive range of building materials. Selco have 50 branches across the UK and offer a delivery service using their won fleet of circa 140+ commercial vehicles from 3.5t to 26t.

Selco have a strong transport team in place and operate to a high level of safety procedures. In fact they already had wheel nut indicators in place on their vehicles to help the drivers do their daily checks, and identify any loose wheel nuts. However, they were still experiencing some key issues.

See why Wheel Sentry has become the Wheel nut indicator of choice for Selco.

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