OMNI Products, Inc. is the leading supplier of grade crossing systems to the United States rail industry. Our dedicated team of industry experts is made up of sales, marketing and technical personnel who specialize in grade crossings.
Our experienced team of professionals offers the most complete line of surface crossing materials used by the rail industry today. We can help you identify the right product for every application and can help you identify cost savings in the process. We support our product line with superior logistics along with technical engineering and support before and after the sale.
US manufacturer of LED blankout signs and signals. Signals can be controlled with an external relay and are engineered for integration with grade crossing and traffic control systems. Single or double-sided signals. NEMA 4X/IP66 rated cabinet. Available in 12-24 VDC, or 100-240 VAC. UL/cUL... Read More
RECO (Railway Equipment Co) manufactures a complete line of Track Switch Heaters, Crossing Gate Arms and Lamps, Battery Chargers, Batteries, and Remote Asset Monitoring & Control Systems. We are focused solely on the railroad industry and no other. Our 40-year track record of solving our... Read More
OMNI's Embedded Concrete-Rubber (ECR) grade crossing system is the latest generation of OMNI's patented single-component, concrete-rubber design. ECR is designed with the rubber flange seal molded into the face of the steel clad, steel reinforced concrete panels. Read more
The OMNI Improved-Concrete system incorporates OMNI rubber RailGuard panels with precast concrete panels. The steel-framed, steel-reinforced concrete panels are designed to handle heavy highway traffic, as well as heavy truck traffic. The virgin rubber RailGuard panels cushion load, control... Read more
The OMNI TraCast™ grade crossing design is a system of precast concrete modules with a minimum compressive strength of 6,000 psi. Elastic fasteners are used to secure the rail to the base of the rail troughs. The module design eliminates the use of ties and ballast. A continuous protective... Read more