Tank car Zag in gauge H0

  • Art.No. 36520 - ZAG 620, EVA 538 857 + BP 581 709, DB, Ep. III, DC

  • Art.No. 36523 - ZAG 620, EVA+BASF, DB, Ep. IV, weiß, DC

  • Art.No. 36524 - ZAG 620, Linde+Stickstoff, DB, Ep. III, DC

  • Art.No. 36525 - ZAG 620, DB, Ep. IV, white, DC

  • Art.No. 36526 - ZAG 620, DB, Ep. III, white, DC

  • Art.No. 36527 - ZAG 620,ESSO Gas 21 80 005 1 270-5+BP Gas 21 80 005 1 030-3,DB,Ep. IV, DC

  • Art.No. 36528 - ZAG 620, EVA + EVA, DB, Ep. IV, weiß, DC

  • Art.No. 36529 - ZAG 620, DB, Ep. IV, blue+white, DC

  • Art.No. 36530 - ZAG 620, Westfalen+Drachen Gas, DB, Ep.III, DC

  • Art.No. 36531 - ZAG 620, GATX + VTG, DB, Ep. V, weiß, DC

  • Art.No. 36532 - ZAG 620, OEVA ÖBB, Ep. IV, silber, DC

  • Art.No. 36533 - ZAG 620, DB, Ep. IV, white, DC

  • 36520 - ZAG 620, EVA 538 857 + BP 581 709, DB, Ep. III, DC
  • 36523 - ZAG 620, EVA+BASF, DB, Ep. IV, weiß, DC
  • 36524 - ZAG 620, Linde+Stickstoff, DB, Ep. III, DC
  • 36525 - ZAG 620, DB, Ep. IV, white, DC
  • 36526 - ZAG 620, DB, Ep. III, white, DC
  • 36527 - ZAG 620,ESSO Gas 21 80 005 1 270-5+BP Gas 21 80 005 1 030-3,DB,Ep. IV, DC
  • 36528 - ZAG 620, EVA + EVA, DB, Ep. IV, weiß, DC
  • 36529 - ZAG 620, DB, Ep. IV, blue+white, DC
  • 36530 - ZAG 620, Westfalen+Drachen Gas, DB, Ep.III, DC
  • 36531 - ZAG 620, GATX + VTG, DB, Ep. V, weiß, DC
  • 36532 - ZAG 620, OEVA ÖBB, Ep. IV, silber, DC
  • 36533 - ZAG 620, DB, Ep. IV, white, DC

Various companies procured pressurized gas tank wagons to supply companies and private households with liquid gas for heating. Since gas pipelines were not yet nationwide until the 1980s, gas storage facilities were preferred in rural areas, which were delivered by rail and liquid gases such as propane or butane were delivered to households by truck. In groups of wagons or as individual wagons, the pressurized gas tank wagons, which were initially yellow and orange from the late 1960s, can be found in many freight trains on main and branch lines. In the early 1960s, gray-white or pebble gray increasingly prevailed over the previously common iron gray. Most four-axle designs had what is known as bottom drainage, i.e. the flanges and valves are located in the area of ​​the boiler bottom. In the Zag type it is coded that the vehicle is a tank car (Z) with four or more sets of wheels (a) for compressed, liquefied or pressurized gases (g). The Pullman model is a four-axle 620hl compressed gas wagon made by the Uerdingen wagon factory, which is mainly sold to wagon rental companies such as Eisenbahnverkehr A.G. EVA. EVA, which was later merged into VTG, was a partner in the manufacturing plant. The comparatively large roof overhang with the radially tapering spacer plates was characteristic of the Uerdingen wagons with attached sun protection roofs. The central manhole on the non-handbrake face was common in new buildings until around the mid-1960s.

  • H0 model of a pressure gas tank car Zag with a capacity of 620 hl

  • Openwork etched steps and playpen

  • Separately applied details of the braking system

  • Free standing grab bars

  • Etched address boards with filigree fastening struts

  • Free-standing nozzles and shut-off devices

  • Multi-part bogies of the Minden Dorstfeld type with free-standing rectangular hooks

  • Wheel discs profiled on both sides

  • Bracket coupling in standard slot guided by a link

  • Optional AC wheel set under item no. 41201 available

  • Minimum drivable radius = 360 mm

  • Length over the buffers = 145.7 mm

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