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Electric Locomotive Workshop set up at Bhusawal, Central Railway in the year 1974 at the cost of Rs 3.52 crores. It is the most prestigious workshop of electrical department of Indian Railways. ELW Bhusawal does the periodic overhauling of all type of electric locomotives including 3Ø locomotives. ELW Bhusawal is the only workshop where POH of 3Ø locomotive is being done. ELW-BSL is an ISO 9001:2008 certified workshop and ELW BSL had POHed 140 locos in the year 2006-07, and at present target for 92 nos of POH locos, 20 nos of POH+Recabling and 12 nos of conversion from AC-DC to AC locomotive for the year 2016-17.

 

ELW family consists of 13 officers and approximate 1200 staff. ELW-BSL has framed its Vision, Core values, Mission and focus areas and works accordingly to accomplish the targets with the set standards.

 

Brief History of ELW-BSL

 

v Electric Locomotive Workshop was set up at Bhusawal, Central Railway in the year 1974   at the cost of Rs 3.52 crores.

v The initial POH capacity of this workshop was 3.33 locos per month (40 locos per year).

v Loco No. 20930 WAG-4 of S.E. Rly. was first Electric Locomotive turned out in August   1974.

v Recabling of electric locomotive was started in the year 1975.

v The outturn capacity of the workshop was subsequently increased to 80 locos per year in the year 1984, 120 locos per year in the year 1986, and 126 locos per year in the year 1999.

v Introduced New Incentive Scheme in September-1999, increasing POH capacity to 11.2 locomotives per month.

v This workshop have so far done POH of WAG-1, WAG-2, WAG-4, WAG-5, WAG-7, WCG-2,   WCM-1, WCM-5, WCAM-1, WCAM-2, WCAM-3, WAM-4, WAP-1, WAP-4, WAP-5, WAP-7 & WAG-9 class of locomotives.

v The workshop was awarded ISO 9001:2008 certification on 13th December 2001.

v The first 3-phase technology Passenger type locomotive having Loco No: 30007 WAP-5 of N. Rly. was POHed in this workshop in June 2002.

v The first 3-phase technology Freight type locomotive having Loco No: 31005 WAG-9 of E.C. Rly. was POHed in this workshop in August 2003.

v The first 3-phase technology Freight type locomotive having Loco No: 31314 WAG-9H was assembled in this workshop in February 2012.

 

Major Activities

 

v POH of conventional electric locomotives

v POH of 3Ø electric locomotives

v Recabling of conventional electric locomotives

v Special Repair of Accident damaged electric locomotives

v Repair to center pivot of WAP class of locomotive.

v Manufacturing, repairing, rediscing and reaxling of wheel set

v Conversion of Electric Locos from plain sleeve bearing to TAOCHI

v Provision of FDCS, SI Unit, VCD & roof mounted DBRs on conventional locomotive

v Conversion of AC-DC type locomotive into 6P-AC locomotive

v Assembling of New 3Ø electric locomotive

 

Staff Information of ELW/BSL


Seniority List of Artisan Staff ELW-BSL


Post Based Roaster of Fitter General of ELW-BSL
Post Based Roaster of Electrical of ELW-BSL
Post Based Roaster of Welder of ELW-BSL
Post Based Roaster of I/M of ELW-BSL
Post Based Roaster of A/W of ELW-BSL
Post Based Roaster of C/Dr of ELW-BSL
Post Based Roaster of MMD of ELW-BSL
Post Based Roaster of Carpenter of ELW-BSL
Post Based Roaster of Painter of ELW-BSL
Post Based Roaster of Machinist of ELW-BSL

Provisional Seniority List of SSEs & JEs of ELW-BSL


 


 




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