Re: [z_scale] Track Cleaning
- Thanks. That's what I needed, and I did see your
names mentioned one or 2 places, but I didn't see a
--- Glenn and Sandy Stiska <stiska@...>
> Hi Tom,__________________________________
> We stock the Gaugemaster track cleaner.
> We are Z Gauge enthusiasts and hobbyists and have
> electronic track cleaners on each of our 6 main
> lines for the
> past 13 years with very satisfactory results and
> without any
> damage to any engine. It cleans the tracks by
> and automatically sending an electric current
> through the
> wheels whenever it sees a high resistance. It is
> to the transformer and to the track. Gaugemaster
> instructions on the package and we also include our
> instructions with each unit.
> Pricing is as follows: $34.00 for each unit plus
> $6.00 for
> shipping for your order [whether you buy 1 or more].
> money order or your personal check will be fine.
> mail your payment to us at:
> Glenn and Sandy Stiska
> 1045 Porter Drive
> Largo, FL 33771-1229
> Happy Z...ing
> Glenn and Sandy
> Telephone: 727-535-3819
> GAUGEMASTER MODEL HF-1
> Electronic Automatic Single Output Track Cleaner
> for use with all types of controllers.
> Specifications: The 12v D.C. controlled output from
> the controller is passed through the unit.
> between unit, power source, controller, and track is
> completed via six terminal connections. The unit
> superimposes a harmless high frequency signal over
> the output from the controller. When a poor contact
> between loco and rail is detected the unit switches
> ionising the gap and burning off the dirt, switching
> again when contact is restored.
> Measurements: L3" x H2-5/16" x W1-1/8"
> on 4/1/04 3:18 PM Tom Fisher wrote:
> I did a quick search of the Encyclopdeia and Google,
> and I didn't come up with a vendor for track
> apparatus (e.g., Relco, Gaugemaster). What is
> available? What is recommended? Where can it be
> purchased (there isn't a local hobby store, that is
> not an option)?
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- The Aztec car I would not call a grinder as the rolling wheel is not powered, the the only weight on the track is the cordex wheel with internal brass boss, I would call it a scrubber and the action of scrubbing is due to slight off set from rolling straight down the track, the wheel turns naturally due to friction on track and heavy body just keep it in place, and the wheel is free to lift and fall with the track variations. it is amazingly effective.regardz Garth