Intamin is a Swiss company that is best known for amusement rides and rollercoasters. In fact, coaster giants Walter Bolliger and Claude Mabillard worked for Intamin before starting their own company in 1988. Intamin is the one company that makes three different types of monorail: steel box beam straddle, suspended I-beam, and even an inverted-T straddle. These are people-mover class monorails. In 2011 Intamin completed its latest train, the P30

The P30 for the Rivers Monorail in Port Harcourt, Nigeria has six cars. The capacity of each car is 35 passengers, with a total of 210 per train. Top speed is 80 km/h. Maximum gradient capability is 5%. The track dimensions are 1,200 X 800 mm. Average distance between support columns is 15 meters.

Intamin P30

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