The Sperry School Of Rail Testing

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For 85 years, Sperry has been the world leader in Rail Health® solutions, helping railroads achieve continuous safety and performance improvements. Our integrated full-coverage solutions are designed to detect more defects in less time, so you can resume operations quickly.

Inspired by the passion of our founder, Dr. Elmer Sperry, the inventor of the first non-destructive method for testing rail, Sperry is committed to delivering fit-for-purpose Rail Health® solutions that make railway travel safer and more reliable for everyone.

Students Learning Rail Inspection Technology

"The Sperry School did a terrific job educating our employees on all facets of rail flaw detection. The hands-on training in the lab and on the test track helped us make better decisions in real life situations, ultimately reducing inspection time and saving money for our organization."

Norfolk Southern

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One Happy Client

"Interested in this company because they have a product that the competition doesn't currently use. Their staff are highly trained and the quality of the results and safety are at the top of their priority list"

Big Red Train Co

"Interested in this company because they have a product that the competition doesn't currently use. Their staff are highly trained and the quality of the results and safety are at the top of their priority list"

Big Red Train Co

Sperry News & Announcements
Sperry Announces Partnership with H. Rohloff (PTY) Limited

Sperry is pleased to announce its partnership with H. Rohloff (PTY) Limited, the preeminent materials testing and measuring company in South Africa. The partnership will support the safe operation and rail flaw testing requirements of Sub Saharan Africa's railways.

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Sperry is now operating in Africa and Australia

Sperry's global reach includes active relationships with railways from heavy haul networks to metropolitan systems in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa.

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