ICF Bogie is a conventional railway bogie used on the majority of Indian Railway main line passenger coaches. The design of the bogie was developed by ICF (Integral Coach Factory), Perumbur, India in collaboration with the Swiss Car & Elevator Manufacturing Co., Schlieren, Switzerland in the 1950s. The design is also called the Schlieren design based on the location of the Swiss company.
The bogie can be divided into various subsections for easy understanding as follows:
Read more about ICF Bogie: Contents, Bogie Frame, Bogie Bolster, Center Pivot Pin, Wheel Set Assembly, Roller Bearing Assembly, Brake Beam Assembly, Brake Head, Brake Blocks, Brake Levers, Brake Cylinder, Primary Suspension