SUFFOLK COUNTY BID REQUEST
BID/LETTING #: 18-14.9.11
DPW EQUIPMENT
INVITATION: THIS IS AN INVITATION TO SUBMIT A SEALED BID FOR THE FURNISHING OF SUPPLIES,
EQUIPMENT AND/OR SERVICES SUBJECT TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS OF
THIS BID. BIDS MUST BE RECEIVED AND DATE STAMPED PRIOR TO THE PUBLIC BID OPENING AT 11:00 AM
ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2014
MAIL OR DELIVER BIDS/LETTINGS TO:
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, NY – DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
PURCHASING OFFICE, 335 YAPHANK AVENUE, YAPHANK NY 11980-9744
MARK BIDS/LETTINGS AS FOLLOWS:
DELIVERY TO:
RUSH BID TO PA: ANN BRAVICO
REQUIRED DELIVERY DATE:
OPENING DATE:
9/11/2014
STATE BEST DELIVERY: ______________________________
BID/LETTING #:
18-14.9.11
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT:
NIGP CODE:
760
ANN BRAVICO @ 631-852-4215
ONLY THE FOLLOWING ITEMS MUST BE FILLED OUT AND THE ORIGINAL COPIES SUBMITTED WITH THIS BID.
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FORM 221B
BID/LETTING #: 18-14.9.11
DPW EQUIPMENT
• THE CONTRACT SHALL BE FOR A PERIOD OF ONE (1) YEAR AND MAY BE EXTENDED UP TO FOUR (4)
TIMES, FOR INDIVIDUAL TERMS NOT TO EXCEED ONE YEAR, BY MUTUAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE
CONTRACTOR AND SUFFOLK COUNTY. THE ORIGINAL CONTRACT PERIOD, PLUS EXTENSIONS, SHALL NOT
EXCEED FIVE (5) YEARS TOTAL.
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FORM 221B
For each item, please place an X in the appropriate space (Yes __ No __ ) to signify whether or not you are in complete
compliance with the specification. Failure to follow the format or answer the specification may cause your bid to be
disqualified. If you need extra space to describe your product, please feel free to attach extra sheets. When doing this,
be sure your description references the appropriate question number. The bidder shall indicate an appropriate response
in EVERY SPACE in the respondents section. This may be a "YES", indicating COMPLETE COMPLIANCE with the
specification, or a DETAILED DESCRIPTION of any and all deviations. If it is necessary to bid alternate equipment or to
take exceptions to the specification as set forth, this must be so stated in your bid
ITEM 1 - A NEW 2014 TIER IV COMPLIANT RUBBER TRACK LOADER SUCH AS THE TAKEUCHI TL10 HIGH-FLOW
OR APPROVED EQUAL. THIS SPECIFICATION IS NOT TO BE INTERPRETED AS RESTRICTIVE BUT RATHER AS
A MEASURE OF THE STANDARDS WHICH ALL OTHER RUBBER TRACK LOADERS SHALL BE MEASURED
YES
ENGINE
Liquid-cooled, turbo-charged Kubota/V3800CRT, common rail injection diesel.
Minimum of four cylinders
92 Gross h.p. minimum @ 2600 r.p.m.
90.7 h.p. Minimum @ 2600 r.p.m.
Engine must be EPA Rating Interim Tier IV
Must have cold weather starting and shall consist of an electric intake manifold
pre-heater
Engine must have a minimum of 230 cu. in. total displacement
A minimum of 247ft. lb. of torque @ 1850 r.p.m.
Dual element air cleaner with Factory installed centrifugal style pre-cleaner
Glow-plugs must be provided as standard equipment.
Must have 12-volt system with minimum 600CCA battery.
Alternator shall be a minimum of 80 amp
Engine must have a minimum of 250 hour oil change intervals.
Must have economy mode selector.
Engine monitoring system standard with auto engine shut-down
Must be equipped with a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) is used to help control
particulate
emissions (soot).
Cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation (CEGR) is used to help reduce NOx
(Oxides of Nitrogen) (Emissions).
Swing-out cooler module place the hydraulic oil cooler and engine coolers
side-by-side for optimal performance.
DRIVE/UNDERCARRIAGE
Hydrostatic drive system, variable piston pumps.
Hydrostatic pump directly coupled to engine via a flex coupler with hydraulic
oil flow to high torque, radial piston hydraulic motors
Hydrostatic pumps must have a maintenance free design such as the flex coupler.
(no belt drive pumps will be accepted).
High-mount sprocket drive design
Steel mandrills must be imbedded inside track design.
Compact Track Loader shall be fitted with permanently welded side frame and
will have structural cross-members integrated in framework.
Must have hydrostatic 2-speed drive, forward & reverse controlled by a switch on
joystick control lever
Carriage has all steel, sealed bearing bottom rollers, five (5) per carriage side.
Must be fully hydrostatic drive system.
NO
YES
Track rollers shall be out-side running, permanently sealed, w/precision material
face seals
Loader must have two-speed transmission as standard equipment
Loader must have outboard double reduction planetary final drives for durability
and efficient power transfer to tracks.
Sprockets run off planetary drives to be a minimum of 17” diameter
Undercarriage must have double rear idlers mounted on the outside of track
a minimum of 12” diameter
A large front idler shall be 17” minimum diameter.
Undercarriage shall be a one-piece welded chassis.
(No moving suspension parts or exposed hoses.)
Loader shall be equipped w/permanently mounted side frames.
Ground contact of tracks 58.9” minimum
Structural cross-members must be integrated into the framework
CONTROLS
Pilot operated hydraulic joystick controls with button mounted on front of drive
lever for high/low speed, via a trigger. (No electric over hydraulic joysticks will be
accepted)
Forward, reverse, speed, and steering must be controlled single pilot operated
joystick with hydraulic power assist.
Loader arm and bucket functions shall be controlled by single pilot operated
joystick
Must have electric over hydraulic control of the loader arm float with detent
position
Unit must have foot and hand throttle
Working mode switch, for 3 settings; power, normal and economy
LOADER
Loader must come equipped with “Ride Control” to help retain material in bucket
Loader arms must be a radial lift design
Lift and tilt functions to be controlled by a right hand joystick.
Loader must have two lift and two dump cylinders.
Bucket float position must be engaged by a push button on the right hand joystick
control lever.
A maximum of 12-Pivot Pins on entire loader arm design.
Hoses must be guarded for abrasion resistance.
Front attachments must be a universal style quick coupler.
Loader arm must feature hydraulic bucket self leveling (up only).
Hydraulic quick attach shall be standard and operated from inside cab and
shall work off of pilot pressure
Quick attach must be equipped w/adjustable bucket dump stops to prevent hyper
extension of bucket tilt cylinders.
Loader arms cylinder must have cushioned arm cylinder to reduce shock.
Loader arm must not have exposed hydraulic lines and must be steel, with
exception to pivot points
(No exposed hoses at pivot points will be accepted)
NO
YES
AUXILIARY CONTROLS
Auxiliary hydraulic circuit must be two-way (dual acting) and must be plumbed
to end of loader arm.
Auxiliary hydraulic controls must be operated by push-button on joystick
Must have proportionate rocker.
Proportional rocker switch control for auxiliary hydraulics w/detent function shall
be included as standard, on joystick.
14-Pin electrical connector mounted on outside of machine, push button control
on right joystick included as standard
Auxiliary hydraulic select settings (3-position) 100%, default to 75%, default to
50% to match flow requirements for different attachments.
INSTRUMENTS
Instrument LED/LCD panel and condition indicators mounted right side within the
operators line of sight.
Charging system warning light
Coolant temperature warning ligh
Hydraulic temperature warning light
Engine preheat indicator light, illuminated until pre-heating is complete
Engine power mode indicator (POWER MODE)
Engine mode indicator (ECO MODE)
Auxiliary hydraulic work mode indicator (I, II, III) work modes
Engine fault warning light
Engine oil pressure warning light
Air filter restriction warning light
Hydraulic filter restriction warning light
High speed travel indicator
Bucket float indicator
Date Center: hour, meter, tachometer
Machine must be equipped with emergency engine shut down switch.
GAUGES (The following three gauges shall be standard)
Fuel
Coolant temperature
Hour meter gauges
HYDRAULICS: (Machine shall be equipped standard with high flow
hydraulics)
Unit must have an independent steel hydraulic reservoir mounted outboard for
easy access
(Plastic hydraulic tanks will not be accepted)
Large rear hydraulic cooler shall swing out of the way for good engine access
Standard auxiliary flow shall be a minimum of 20.0 G.P.M
Auxiliary high flow shall be a minimum of 36.3 G.P.M
Loader must have a gear type pump.
NO
YES
Hydraulic oil shall be 10W30 engine oil.
Auxiliary hydraulics must be two-way (dual-acting) with detent mode.
Auxiliary hydraulics must have selectable low or high flow option from inside cab
System pressure to be a minimum 3,000 PSI.
Four double-acting cylinders must have a minimum 3,300 PSI rating.
Flat faced pressure releasing hydraulic couplers as standard equipment.
Machine must be equipped with a total of 5 hydraulic couplers
(2) 3/4” Couplers for standard flow attachments
(2) 1¼” Couplers for high flow attachments
(1) ½” Coupler for a case drain back to tank
Machine shall be equipped with a ½” and ¾” pressure releasing coupler block.
Machine must come standard with 2nd auxiliary circuit with a minimum of 17 GPM
TRACKS
Loader must have two heavy duty rubber tracks with steel belting and steel
mandrills imbedded inside of tracks.
Tracks shall be hydraulically adjusted using a grease gun and require no special
tools
The tracks shall have a block style pattern.
Tracks shall be steel belted “Bridgestone” OEM tracks, delivered with machine.
Tracks must have a minimum track width of 17.7”.
Maximum ground pressure of 4.5 PSI
Tractive effort or draw-bar pull to be a minimum of 11,067lbs.
The tracks must be tucked into machine
The track contact length must be a minimum of 58.9”.
Minimum track contact area of 1,062 square inches.
CAB & SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Operator cab must meet SAE specifications J1040 and J1043 for rollover
protective
structure (R.O.P.S.) and falling object protection (F.O.P.S.), and be of Level II
certification.
Cab must be fully enclosed with heat and air conditioning w/replaceable air filter
Cab must be sealed and pressurized to rating of 70 PA minimum to maintain a
comfortable operating environment
Cab must be furnished with a deluxe high back six-way suspension seat w/three
height adjustments and weight adjustment
Hand and foot throttle shall be standard
Front door of cab must be a glass roll-up door with a wiper and washer.
Roll-up door can be opened regardless of boom attachment position and can be
locked in the open position for operation
Cab must be equipped with a top view window
The top section of the side windows must slide up and down with fixed bottom
side window sections.
Rear window must pop out to act as an emergency exit.
NO
YES
Operator R.O.P.S/F.O.P.S cab must be capable of rotating backward for
maintenance
Cab front roll-up door must be ½” Polycarbonate
Braking: shall be spring applied, hydraulically released, multiple wet friction disc
brakes
that automatically engage when lap bar is raised or engine is shut off.
Rear work lights must be recessed into cab to prevent breakage.
Track loader shall have two rear and two front work lights
Unit must be equipped with a hydraulic activated back-up alarm
Seat belt will be provided.
Additional operator’s protection shall be provided by a seat bar which shall
prevent lift-arm and tilt operation, auxiliary hydraulics, and activate brakes when in
the up position
Grab handles must be provided to assist the operator with mounting and
dismounting
of the loader and must be replaceable (bolt-on).
The track loader must include a horn and a back-up alarm as standard equipment
The loader shall be painted Red and Gray.
Loader shall have a hydraulic quick attach lock and unlock switch in cab
STANDARD FEATURES
Must be equipped with selectable power modes allow the operator to match the
engine performance to the job.
Eco mode can provide up to 15% fuel savings while still offering maximum torque
and good power characteristics
Normal mode offers a good mix of power and economy for general work,
approximately 97% of the engine rating
Power mode produces peak engine power for maximum performance
Eco mode limits engine speed to 2,400 rpm.
When engine load is less than 30%, speed will decrease to 2,040 rpm after
8 seconds
When power demand exceeds 30% the engine speed will return to the throttle
position setting
Must have the capability to control regeneration with 3-modes
3-Position Regeneration Switch
1st Prohibit Regeneration Mode:
Prevents active regeneration in sensitive environments
2nd Auto Regeneration Mode:
Allows active regeneration when necessary to extend the life of the
Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF).
3rd
Manual Regeneration Mode:
Allows the operator to enter into active regeneration if necessary
Must have variable flow auxiliary hydraulics offers three easy to select settings
that can be programmed to match the flow requirements of the attachment
Setting I
100% of Flow
Setting II
0-100% Factory default is 75%
Setting III
0-100% Factory default is 50%
NO
YES
Improved arm float operation allow for easier detent also includes a status
indicator on the gauge panel.
BUCKET
Rubber track loader must come complete with a 76” heavy duty dirt/construction
bucket with 5/8” reversible bolt on cutting edge and side cutters
20.3 SAE heaped ft³ minimum capacity
DIMENSIONS
Length
(w/bucket)
Minimum 12’ 6”
Width to outside of tracks
Maximum of 69.7”
Height
Minimum 89.4”
Operating Weight
Minimum 10,516 lbs.
Bucket Rating (heaped)
Minimum 20.3 cubic ft.
Ground Clearance
Minimum 12.8
Height to Bucket Hinge Pin
Minimum 122.6”
Cutting Edge Clearance Height
Minimum 93”
(Dirt Bucket – Full Dump)
Reach fully raised
Minimum 34.4”
Angle of Departure
Minimum 29.2°
Bucket Rollback at Ground Level
Minimum 30°
Dump Angle at Full Height
Minimum 38.5°
Dump Height Fully Raised
Minimum 95.8”
PERFORMANCE
Cycle Time Raise Full Load
Minimum 4.6 sec.
Lower No Load
Minimum 3.0 sec.
Dump Full Load
Minimum 3.0 sec.
Curl Full Load
Minimum 2.0 sec
Travel Speed – Low
Minimum 0-4.6 mph
Travel Speed – High
Minimum 0-7.2 mph
Rated Tipping Load Capacity (SAE)
Minimum 6,867 lbs.
Rated Operating Load (SAE) 50% Tip
Minimum 3,434 lbs.
Rated Operating Load (SAE) 35% Tip
Minimum 2,403lbs
Bucket Breakout Force
Minimum 7,400 lbs.
Lift arm Breakout force
Minimum 7,425 lbs.
Ground Pressure
Minimum 4.4 PSI
STANDARD FLUID CAPACITIES
Fuel Tank
Minimum 23.8 gallons
Hydraulic Reservoir
Minimum 12.7 gallons
Total Hydraulic System Capacity
Minimum 19.8 gallons
Engine Oil
Minimum 14 quarts
Engine Coolant
Minimum 16.4 quarts
VENDOR REQUIREMENTS
Two (2) set of keys used in the rubber track loader.
Two (2) set of operator’s parts & service manual in CD form.
Vendor shall maintain a fully equipped road service vehicle capable of performing
road service to the unit in the event that it may become inoperable in the field
Vendor must be local authorized representative for product being bid
Vendor must provide on site training for proper loader use.
Vendor is responsible for pick-up and delivery while under warranty.
NO
ITEM NO. 2 - NEW 2014 4000LB. LIFT CAPACITY SKID STEER LOADER SUCH AS THE GEHL
V400 OR APPROVED EQUAL. THIS SPECIFICATION IS NOT TO BE INTERPRETED AS
RESTRICTIVE BUT RATHER AS A MEASURE OF THE STANDARDS WHICH ALL OTHER
RUBBER TRACK LOADERS SHALL BE MEASURED
YES
ENGINE
Cylinders:
Minimum of four (4)
Make: Cummins QSB 4.5 Turbo charged liquid cooled diesel engine (Tier III)
Gross Horse Power:
Minimum of 99hp @ 2200 R.P.M.
Mechanical Injection Pump and Throttle Linkage:
(2) Throttle levers, (1) Foot pedal operated
and (1) Hand operated
Cold Start:
Engine must be equipped with an intake grid heater
Displacement:
Minimum of 272 cubic inches
Torque:
Minimum of 326 ft/lbs @ 1300 R.P.M.
Engine must auto-alert system for low oil pressure and high temp.
DIMENSIONS
Length (Without Attachment):
121.5” maximum
Width (Over Flotation Tires):
79.5” maximum
Height (With Operator Cab):
82” maximum
Operating Weight:
11,140lbs. minimum
Bucket Rating (SAE Heaped) Dirt-Type:
1 cu. yd. minimum
Bucket Width:
84” maximum
Ground Clearance – to chassis:
7.3” minimum
Wheel Base:
54.6” minimum
LOADER ARM DESIGN
Loader arms shall be a vertical lift design
Loader arms shall not be attached to any part of the machines cab.
Loader arms and lift cylinders shall be attached to loaders lower frame only.
Universal coupler shall be electro/hydraulic quick disconnect from seat of machine
PERFORMANCE
Clearance Circle, Front (with Bucket):
88.5” minimum
Height to Bucket Hinge Pin:
144” minimum
Dump reach at Maximum Height:
39.5” minimum
Rollback at Full Height:
100° minimum
Max. Rollback at Ground:
31°
Dump Angle:
31°
Travel Speed – 1st Speed:
0-6.5 mph
2-Speed shall be standard equipment
0-11.2 mph
Tipping Capacity – (SAE):
8,000lbs minimum
Rated Operating Load – (SAE) Minimum without
any counterweights:
4,000lbs.
Bucket Break-out Force – Minimum:
9,125lbs.
STANDARD FLUID CAPACITIES
Fuel Tank:
Minimum 31.25 gallons
Hydraulic Reservoir:
Minimum 16.75 gallons
Engine Oil:
Minimum 14.8 quarts
Engine Coolant:
Minimum 16 quarts
NO
YES
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Variable displacement piston pumps with load sensing connected to the
flywheel through a maintenance free coupler.
An oversized swing out radiator/hydraulic cooler shall be standard equipment with
high volume pusher fan design to exit heat from hydraulic and engine
compartment
System pressure shall be a maximum of 3500 psi
Hydraulic oil level shall be easily viewed via a site glass upon opening
rear door of unit while performing daily routine checks.
Independent Hydraulic Reservoir:
minimum capacity 16.75 gallons
Auxiliary Std. Flow Circuit:
minimum 32 gpm @ 3500 psi
Hi-flow:
minimum of 40.8 gpm @ 3500 psi
Machine shall be equipped with a total of (5) five lines and couplers.
High-flow shall be bi-directional operated by a 2-position, lighted switch in cab.
High-flow shall be equipped with 1” flat faced couplers
Standard auxiliary lines shall be ¾” lines with flat faced couplers
Valves:
Three spool, open center standard; lift (with float detent)
bucket tilt and auxiliary function standard equipment
Hydraulic bucket self leveling action to be provided as
standard equipment
Loader shall employ a minimum of (4) cylinders minimum
3500 PSI (228 bar) rating
Boom Lift Cylinders:
Bore: minimum 4”
Rod: minimum 2.5”
Stroke:minimum 16”
Bucket Tilt Cylinders:
Bore: minimum 3.5”
Rod: minimum 1.75”
Stroke:minimum 16.25”
DRIVE SYSTEM
Hydrostatic pump directly coupled to the engine by means of a flex coupler which
must
be a maintenance free design, the hydraulic fluid flows to high torque wheel
motors
Motors power planetary reduction, which drive heavy duty chains connected to
axles (*Note: No belt drive pumps will be considered.*)
Two high torque wheel motors shall be mounted to the side frames driving two left
and
two right #100 super H-chains to each wheel
Drive chains shall be outboard mounted with side inspection covers for
maintenance
Chain adjustments are performed at 1,000 hour intervals by simply loosening
wheel
ub bolts and sliding hub away from opposite wheel with an adjusting bolt min. of
2.625”
diameter forged 1-piece axles.
Maintenance-free oil seals for wheel bearings
NO
Unit must be equipped with “Hydro Loc” braking system, so when the seat bar is
raised or operator is off the seat the unit will automatically put the brakes & loader
controls will not
operate for safety
Brakes shall be spring applied and hydraulically released.
TRAVEL SPEED
Minimum of 6.5 miles per hour in standard mode.
Minimum 11.2 miles per hour in 2nd speed
TIRES
Skid steer must have (4) 14.00 x 17.5 H.D. 14 Ply Titan HE
Severe-duty 47/32 tread depth
CONTROLS
High-flow switch shall be mounted on dashboard with a light when on
High-flow shall be a bi-directional switch
Loader must be operated by pilot controls
Pilot controls shall be hydraulic not electric
Steering: Forward, reverse, speed and steering controlled by one
independent hand control lever with hydraulic assist left side.
Lift Arm: Lift and tilt valves to be controlled by one independent hand control lever
on right side
Machine shall have a 14-pin connector installed to run planer
Auxiliary valve controlled a button on pilot control lever
Push button float control shall be operated by button on right hand.
Loader must have a foot throttle on the right side of platform and hand throttle.
Ride control shall be activated by push button and shall be included as
standard equipment
ELETRICAL SYSTEM
Batteries two (2) 650CCA 12-volt batteries as standard equipment with master
disconnect switch
130 Amp alternator
Starter minimum of a 4kw
(4) Work lights, front (2), rear (2) halogens
Auto reset circuit breakers and fuses
One roof mounted strobe light to be mounted, hard wired to a key switch to
always operate when machine is running, for safety
One reverse alarm shall be included
Horn shall be standard equipment
SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Operator canopy and side screens provided as standard equipment
Operator canopy to meet SAE standards J1040 and J/ISO 3449 for Rolloverprotective-Structure
and Falling-Object-Protective-Structure (R.O.P.S/F.O.P.S), and be of Level II
certification
Operator R.O.P.S/F.O.P.S cab must be capable of tilting rearward for
maintenance
Parking brake and work lights furnished as standard equipment
Horn and back-up alarm furnished as standard equipment.
2” Seat belt must be furnished as standard equipment.
YES
NO
YES
Additional operator protection shall be provided by a seat bar, which shall prevent
lift arm and tilt operation, activate brakes, and prevent starting engine when
devise is not in operating position
Upper torso restraint must be provided for use with two-speed drive.
Grab handles must be provided as standard equipment to assist the operator
mounting and dismounting the loader.
When boom is in lowered carry position operator must have 360° degree
unobstructed vision from operator seat.
BUCKET
84” Dirt/construction bucket with reversible bolt on cutting edge 27 cu. ft. minimum
OPERATOR AREA
Deluxe headliner, rear window emergency exit, deluxe suspension seat with
padded restraint bar
Gauges such as hour meter, fuel, engine temp., warning lights for hyd. temp,
engine coolant, and battery charge seat belt and hyd. filter indicator shall be
standard
2” Adjustable seatbelt shall be standard
Hand and foot operated throttle control shall be standard equipment
Steering in left hand for forward/reverse and left/right steering standard
Right side mounted pilot lever for lift, lower curl back and dump and float position
shall be standard equipment.
Cab must be capable of being raised for maintenance by removing (2) bolts and
pumping up cab with manual pump in rear of machine, by one person
STANDARD EQUIPMENT
Cab Enclosure with Heat and Air Conditioning:
Cab shall be a R.O.P.S guard with integral side screens, with sliding glass side
windows, front glass door with windshield wiper and washer
Cab enclosure must come with heat and air conditioning installed at factory.
Cab must have a dome light
ATTACHMENT
OPTION 1 COLD PLANER:
Shall have all necessary hoses and couplers to fit Gehl V400
Planer must have a minimum of 30” cutting width
Cutting depth minimum of 6”
Tilt capability right or left 7 ½° degrees
Shipping weight minimum of 2,200lbs
Planer must have an open center drum design (no solid drums)
Planer must have four (4) outer leveling wheels with seal bearing
Planer must have no more than three (3) hydraulic lines and couplers.
Unit must have 3-position electronic controller to operate side shift, depth and tilt
Planer must have a minimum of 78 pics.
Planer must use high flow auxiliary hydraulics minimum of 40 G.P.M.
Side shift shall be a minimum of 24” travel.
Planer must have a front access door with hinges and turn buckles to tighten.
Planer must utilize center pivot design which puts the force of the skid steer
directly over the cutting drum.
Main carrier bearings shall be greasable.
Unit shall come equipped with correct flat faced couplers to fit high-flow side of
Gehl V400
NO
YES
Planer must utilize a direct (HD) drive motor. (No planetary required)
Warranty 1 Year parts and labor
Vendor shall be authored dealer for unit being supplied.
Unit must be wired with a 14-pin connector.
Vendor must deliver and install planer onto Town owned machine.
Vendor shall also supply operator’s manual with unit.
OPTION 2 SNOW BLOWER OPTION:
84” High-flow snow-blower to fit Gehl V-400 Skid Steer Loader
Must be universal mount type
Unit must plug into 14-pin connector on machine
Minimum working width 84”
Minimum cutting height 36”
Minimum hydraulic requirements 30-42 G.P.M.
Minimum fan diameter 26”
Minimum auger size 18”
Hydraulically controlled truck loading chute
Chute shall be poly lined
Chute shall have a minimum of a 280° radius
Minimum weight of 1240lbs.
Minimum number of hydraulic motors (2)
VENDOR REQUIREMENTS
Vendor must be local authorized representative for the skid steer.
Vendor must be located within 30 miles of County for prompt service
response time
Vendor shall maintain a fully equipped road service vehicle capable of performing
road service to the unit in the event that it may become inoperable in the field
Two set of keys
OnOne set of parts and operators manuals shall be supplied at no charge upon
delivery of unit to the County
WARRANTY
Machine shall be covered by a (1) year or 1200 hour full machine warranty
Two years on engine or 2000 hours standard.
If the unit cannot be fixed in the field, it will be the vendor’s responsibility to
pick-up and return the unit after repairs have been made while under warranty
NO
ITEM NO 3 - IT IS THE INTENT OF THESE SPECIFICATIONS TO DESCRIBE A NEW (2014)
RUBBER TRACK LOADER SUCH AS THE TAKEUCHI TL12CH HIGH-FLOW OR APPROVED
EQUAL THIS SPECIFICATION IS NOT TO BE INTERPRETED AS RESTRICTIVE BUT RATHER
AS A MEASURE OF THE STANDARDS WHICH ALL OTHER RUBBER TRACK LOADERS SHALL
BE MEASURED
ENGINE
Inter-cooled, turbo-charged Kubota/V3800CR-TI, diesel, Water Cooled
Minimum of (4) four cylinders
110 Gross h.p. minimum @ 2600 r.p.m
108.4 Net h.p. minimum @ 2600 r.p.m
Engine must be EPA Rating Interim Tier IV
Engine must have a minimum of 230 cu. in. total displacement
A minimum of 277ft. lb. of torque @ 1850 r.p.m
Dual element air cleaner and glow-plugs must be provided as standard equipment
Must have 12-volt system with minimum 1000CCA battery
Alternator shall be a minimum of 80 amp
Engine must have a minimum of 250 hour oil change intervals
Must have three (3) mode selector; Economy, Normal and Power
Engine monitoring system with auto engine shut-down standard
Must be equipped with a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) is used to help control
particulate emissions (soot).
Must come equipped with an auto-bleed fuel system as standard
Engine must be controlled via foot accelerator pedal and hand throttle
Cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation (CEGR) is used to help reduce NOx (Oxides of
Nitrogen) (Emissions)
Must be equipped with a swing-out cooler module. Hydraulic oil cooler and engine
cooler, side-by-side for optimal performance
Engine shall be equipped with cold weather starting aide and shall consist of an
electric intake manifold pre-heater
DRIVE/UNDERCARRIAGE
Hydrostatic drive system, variable piston pumps
Hydrostatic pump directly coupled to engine via a flex coupler with hydraulic oil
flow to high torque, radial piston hydraulic motors
Hydrostatic pumps must have a maintenance free design such as the flex coupler
(no belt drive pumps will be accepted)
High-mount sprocket drive design to help clear debris
Carriage has all steel, sealed bearing bottom rollers, six (6) per carriage side (no
maintenance required)
Track rollers shall be out-side running, permanently sealed, w/precision material
face seals. (no maintenance required)
Loader must have two-speed transmission as standard equipment
Loader must have outboard double reduction planetary final drives for durability
and efficient power transfer to tracks
Sprockets run directly off planetary drives to be a minimum of 17” diameter
Undercarriage must have double rear idlers to be a minimum of 12” diameter
Front idler shall be 17” minimum diameter
YES
NO
YES
Undercarriage shall be a one-piece welded chassis
(No moving suspension parts or exposed hoses.)
Loader shall be equipped w/permanently mounted side frames
Structural cross-members & gussets must be integrated into the framework
Tracks shall be 2/3rds recessed 1/3 exposed outside of frame
Pilot operated hydraulic joystick controls with button mounted on front of drive
lever for high/low speed, via a trigger. (No electric over hydraulic joysticks will be
accepted)
Forward, reverse, speed, and steering must be controlled by a single pilot
operated joystick with hydraulic power assist left side
Loader arm and bucket functions shall be controlled by single pilot operated
joystick right side
Unit must be equipped with both foot and hand throttle actuation
Pilot controls must be re-build-able
LOADER
Loader arms must be a radial lift design
Lift and tilt functions to be controlled by a right hand joystick
Loader must have two lift and two dump cylinders, minimum
Bucket float position must be engaged by a push button on the right hand joystick
control lever
A maximum of 12-pivot pins on entire loader arm design shall be used
Hoses must be guarded for abrasion resistance
Front attachments must be a universal style hydraulic coupler system
Loader arm must feature hydraulic bucket self leveling (up only)
Must be equipped with “ride control” for material retention
Hydraulic quick attach shall be operated from inside cab and shall work off pilot
pressure, and must be standard/factory installed
Quick attach must be equipped w/adjustable bucket dump stops to prevent hyper
extension of bucket tilt cylinders.
Loader arms cylinder must have cushioned arm cylinder to reduce shock
Loader arm must not have exposed hydraulic lines and must be steel, with
exception to pivot points
(No exposed hoses at pivot points will be accepted)
Must have safety switch, for hydraulic hoses that ensures machine cannot move
when hydraulic hoses are connected.
AUXILIARY CONTROLS
Auxiliary hydraulic controls must be operated by push-button in control handle
Proportional rocker switch control for auxiliary hydraulics w/detent function shall
be included as standard, on joystick
14-Pin Deutsch electrical connector mounted on outside of machine, push button
control on right joystick included as standard
Auxiliary hydraulic select settings (3-position) 100%, default to 75%, default to
50% to match flow requirements for different attachments
INSTRUMENTS
Instrument LED/LCD panel and condition indicators mounted right side within the
operators line of sight, must include the following;
Charging system warning light
NO
YES
Coolant temperature warning light
Hydraulic temperature warning light
Engine preheat indicator light
Engine power mode indicator (POWER MODE)
Engine mode indicator (ECO MODE)
Auxiliary hydraulic work mode indicator
Engine fault warning light
Engine oil pressure warning light
Air filter restriction warning light
Hydraulic filter restriction warning light
High speed travel indicator
Must come equipped with maintenance and diagnostic computer visual and
audible monitoring system to diagnose engine codes, auxiliary flow, DPF
Regeneration setting and adjustment, engine model and serial number
Bucket float indicator
Date Center: hour, meter, tach
Machine must be equipped with emergency engine shut down switch
GAUGES: (The following three gauges shall be standard)
Fuel
Coolant temperature
Hour meter gauges
HYDRAULICS: (Machine shall be equipped standard with high flow
hydraulics)
Unit must have an independent steel hydraulic reservoir mounted outboard for
easy access.
(Plastic hydraulic tanks will not be accepted)
Hydraulic tank shall be equipped with a sight gauge
Large rear hydraulic cooler shall swing out of the way for good engine access
Unit must come with three (3) auxiliary circuits
Standard auxiliary flow shall be a minimum of 23 G.P.M
Auxiliary high flow shall be a minimum of 40 G.P.M.
3rd Auxiliary flow shall be 17 G.P.M.
Loader must have a gear type pump.
Hydraulic oil shall be 10W30 engine oil
Auxiliary hydraulics must be two-way (dual-acting) with detent mode
Auxiliary hydraulics must have selectable low or high flow option from inside cab.
System pressure to be a minimum 3,044 PSI
Four double-acting cylinders must have a minimum 3,044 PSI rating.
Flat faced pressure releasing hydraulic couplers as standard equipment
Machine must be equipped with a total of 7 hydraulic couplers
(2) 3/4” Couplers for standard flow attachments
(4) 1¼” Couplers for high flow attachments
(1) ½” Coupler for a case drain back to tank
TRACKS
Tracks shall be adjusted using a grease gun and requires no special tools
The tracks shall have a bar style pattern
NO
YES
Tracks shall be Bridgestone OEM tracks, installed on machine
Tracks must have a minimum width of 17.7”.
Maximum ground pressure of 4.6 PSI
Tractive effort or draw-bar pull to be a minimum of 13,766lbs
The tracks must be tucked into machine, no bolt-on systems will be accepted.
The track contact length must be a minimum of 62.9”.
Minimum track contact area of 1,111 square inches, on the ground
Forged steel mandrills must be imbedded inside track design with continuous
wrapped steel cable with roller pads incorporated in steel mandrills
Tracks must have metal contact plates imbedded in track for rollers
(Tracks with-out this feature will not be accepted)
CAB & SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Operator cab must meet SAE specifications J1040 and J1043 for rollover
protective structure (R.O.P.S.) and falling object protection (F.O.P.S.), and be of
Level II certification.
Cab must be fully enclosed with heat and air conditioning w/replaceable cab air
filter
Cab must be sealed and pressurized to 70 pa, maintain a comfortable operating
environment
Cab must be furnished with a deluxe high back six-way suspension seat w/three
height adjustments and weight adjustment
Hand and foot throttle shall be standard
Front door of cab must be a Poly-carbonite ½ thick impact resistant roll-up door
with a wiper and washer
Roll-up door can be opened regardless of boom attachment position and can be
locked in the open position for operation
Cab must be equipped with a top view window
The top section of the side windows must slide up and down with fixed bottom
side window sections
Rear window must pop out to act as an emergency exit
Operator R.O.P.S/F.O.P.S cab must be capable of rotating backward for
maintenance
Braking: shall be spring applied, hydraulically released, multiple wet friction disc
brakes that automatically engage when lap bar is raised or engine is shut off
Rear halogen work lights must be recessed into rear towers to prevent breakage
Track loader shall have two rear and two front halogen work lights
Loader shall be equipped with two (2) cab mounted rear-view mirrors standard.
Unit must come equipped with rear mirror, mounted on left rear of machine
Seat belt will be provided
Additional operator’s protection shall be provided by a seat bar which shall
prevent lift-arm and tilt operation, auxiliary hydraulics, and activate brakes when in
the up position
Grab handles must be provided to assist the operator with mounting and
dismounting of the loader. (And must be replaceable with no welding bolt on)
The track loader must include a horn and a back-up alarm as standard equipment
The loader shall be painted Red and Gray
Loader shall have a hydraulic quick attach lock and unlock switch in cab
One Roof mounted strobe light, wired to come on automatically with ignition on
NO
YES
Loader shall come equipped with a large non-skid safety step
STANDARD FEATURES
Must come with three (3) selectable power modes allow the operator to match the
engine performance to the job
(1)Eco mode can provide up to 15% fuel savings while still offering maximum
torque and good power characteristics
(2)Normal mode offers a good mix of power and economy for general work
approximately 97% of the engine rating
(3)Power mode produces peak engine power for maximum performance
Machine must automatically adjust to throttle setting if wrong mode is chosen
Must come equipped with the following
3-Position Regeneration Switch
1st Prohibit Regeneration Mode: (Prevents active regeneration in sensitive
environments)
2nd Auto Regeneration Mode: (Allows active regeneration when necessary to
extend the life of the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)
3rd Manual Regeneration Mode: (Allows the operator to enter into active
regeneration if necessary)
Variable flow auxiliary hydraulics offers three easy to select settings that can be
programmed to match the flow requirements of the attachment
Setting I
100% of Flow
Setting II
0-100% Factory default is 75%
Setting III
0-100% Factory default is 50%
Hydraulic oil temperature warning light added to gauge panel
2nd Auxiliary circuit standard on machines equipped with high flow feature
17 gpm – flow independent from primary hydraulics
Controllable from the right hand joystick
Must come equipped with arm float operation allow for easier detent also includes
a status indicator on the gauge panel
Loader must be able to function and work with front cab door open or closed
BUCKET
Minimum width of 80” bucket 24 cu. ft. capacity
Must come with replaceable side cutters
Bucket shall come equipped with a 5/8” thick reversible edge
DIMENSIONS
Length
(w/bucket)
Minimum 156.9”
Width to outside of tracks
Maximum of 6’ 1.2”
Operating Weight
Minimum 11,850 lbs.
Bucket Rating
Minimum 24 cubic ft. SAE
Ground Clearance
Minimum 13.5”
Height to Bucket Pin
Minimum 10’ 6.1”
Reach fully raised
Minimum 3’ 2.8”
Angle of Departure
Minimum 30°
Bucket Rollback at Ground Level
Minimum 31.4°
Dump Angle at Full Height
Minimum 38.7°
Dump Height Fully Raised
Minimum 7’ 11.7”
Overall Height
Maximum 7’ 5”
Front Clearance Radius with Bucket
Maximum 7’ 11.8”
NO
Rear Clearance Radius
Maximum 5’ 9”
PERFORMANCE
Cycle Time Raise Full Load
Minimum 4.6 sec
Lower No Load
Minimum 2.8 sec
Dump Full Load
Minimum 3.1 sec
Curl Full Load
Minimum 2.3 sec
Travel Speed – Low
Minimum 0-4.9 mph
Travel Speed – High
Minimum 0-7.4 mph
Rated Tipping Load Capacity (SAE)
Minimum 8,102 lbs
Rated Operating Load (SAE) 50% Tip
Minimum 4,051 lbs
Rated Operating Load (SAE) 35% Tip
Minimum 2,833 lbs. SAE J818
Bucket Breakout Force
Minimum 8,670 lbs
Lift arm Breakout force
Minimum 8,550 lbs.
Ground Pressure
Minimum 4.6 PSI
STANDARD FLUID CAPACITIES
Fuel Tank
Minimum 23.8 gallons
Hydraulic Reservoir
Minimum 15.9 gallons
Total Hydraulic System Capacity
Minimum 25.1 gallons
Engine Oil
Minimum 13.9 quarts
Engine Coolant
Maximum 17.4 quarts
OPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS FOR TAKEUCHI TL12CH OR EQUAL:
1. Option 1 ASPHALT COLD PLANER UNIVERSAL MODEL AP-600HD
Planer must have a minimum of 24” cutting width
Cutting depth minimum of 6”
Tilt capability right or left 15° degrees
Shipping weight minimum of 1,900lbs.
Planer must have an open center drum design
Planer must have four outer leveling wheels
Planer must have three hydraulic lines with swing-away hydraulic controls for tilt,
side shift and depth.
Planer unit must be direct drive; planetary unit will not be acceptable.
Planer must have a minimum of (68) low torque asphalt pics
Planer must use high flow auxiliary hydraulics
Side shift shall be a minimum of 24” travel
Planer must utilize center pivot design which puts the force of the skid steer
directly over the cutting drum
Electronic installation kit to plug into Skid Steer Loader to operate all functions
from inside the cab while milling
55 Gallon water tank mounted to roof of skid steer, low profile design
Water kit must use a gravity fed system
Planer must have a universal coupling system allowing the unit to work on a
variety of skid steers
Hydraulic quick couplers must connect to Skid Steer Loader
Unit must come complete with one year machine warranty.
Dealer must install unit onto Skid Steer
Dealer must include training on the planer
YES
NO
YES
2.
Option2 2-STAGE SNOW BLOWER MODEL SB84H
Snow blower must have a cutting width of 84” and a cut height of 36”
Snow blower must work off high – flow auxiliary hydraulics with a flow of 30-42
gpm @ 2500-3500 psi
Snow blower must come complete with a universal skid steer mount, hoses and
flat face couplers included
Snow blower chute must be electronically controlled from the skid steer cab
Snow blower must have dual motors
Snow blower augers must be a minimum of 18” in diameter
The fan diameter on the snow blower must be a minimum of 26”
Snow blower must be a minimum of 1240 lbs. dry weight
Snow blower must use ¾” I.D. hydraulics hoses
Snow blower must have a 43” depth
Overall height of snow blower must be a minimum of 74
Chute must be poly-lined
Deflector must have a minimum of 280° radius
3.
Option 3 MINI BACKHOE MODEL MH73:
Backhoe shall be fixed mainframe
Shall have a 16” digging bucket
Unit shall have a 73” digging depth
Unit shall be 47.5” wide minimum
Includes hoses and couplers
One bucket cylinder
Unit shall weigh a minimum of 395lbs., without bucket
Bucket digging force shall be 3,895lbs minimum
Must have overall reach of 75” minimum
4.
Option 4 SEVERE DUTY 4IN1 BUCKET
Must have a radius mold board for improved material loading and unloading
Must come equipped with reversible bolt on cutting edge with ¾” bolts, (6) Six
each bolts minimum.
Must come with hoses and couplers
Must have a width of 80”
Must have max clam opening of 40.25” minimum
Must be low profile for improved visibility
1076lbs. minimum
Heaped capacity 16.75 cu. ft. minimum
Must come with Universal Quick Attach
5.
Option 5 PALLET FORKS
Pallet forks will be rated to lift a minimum of 5,000lbs
Pallet forks must have a rail style spill guard
The fork tines shall be a minimum of 1.5” thick x 4” wide x 48” long
Each tine must weigh at least 100lbs
WARRANTY
Two (2) year or 2,000 hours Full Machine Warranty
Tracks must come with a 1000 hour prorated track warranty standard
VENDOR REQUIREMENTS
Four (4) each keys
One (1) Complete set of all filters to perform first service
NO
Two (2) operator’s, manual, parts & service manuals in CD form
Vendor shall maintain a fully equipped road service vehicle capable of performing
road service to the unit in the event that it may become inoperable in the field
Vendor must be the local authorized representative and be a valid New York
State Corporation
Vendor must provide on site training for operation and safety and daily
maintenance
Vendor is responsible for pick-up and delivery while under warranty
YES
NO
ITEM 4: 40 FOOT DUMP TRAILER STEEL BODY STEEL FRAME
YES
BODY
DIMENSIONS:
CAPACITY:
SIDES:
FLOOR:
BULKHEAD:
UNDERSTRUCTURE:
LENGTH 40' 0"
WIDTH 96" Wide
HEIGHT 54"
END FRAME TO END FLOOR 4 " MAXIMUM
TIRE TO END OF BODY 12" MAXIMUM - DUE TO UNDERRIDE
5TH WHEEL HEIGHT 50" Overall Trailer Height: 9' .625"
54 CUBIC YARDS
MATERIAL FRONT 8 gauge HT
MATERIAL REAR 8 gauge HT
TOP RAIL 4" X 4" X 1/4" STRUCTURAL ST.TUBE
BOARD I Inverted Angle Height: 0"
SIDE POSTS Square Side Posts
SIDE POST SPACING 24"
HORIZONTAL BRACES *** NONE ***
FRONT 1/4 HT
REAR 1/4 HT LENGTH: .00 " IF MATERIAL VARIES
MATERIAL 8 gauge HT
TYPE 4" I-Beam ON 12" CENTERS
LONGITUDINALS 6" X 6" X 3/8" ANGLE
TYPE Offset Top Hardware
STYLE Boxed Panel
SHEET 3/16 HT
HEIGHT 60 "
SLOPE 0"
GATE SEAL Rubber Seal
NUMBER OF PANELS 6
COAL DOORS NO OF: 0 MATERIAL: ** NONE **
APRON Weld On w/Std Rear Lights
CONTROLS Air T-Gate Latch,Bulkhead Mounted
ACCESSORIES: LADDERS Driver's side front outside
SHOVEL BRACKET Bulkhead, Driver's Side (St)
TARP RAIL Tarp rail-flat, both Sides
TARP SYSTEM Electric Dump Body Covering System, Aero Industries Easy Cover
Model 575 pr approved equal with a cab operated Rocker Switch
Length To Be Adequate To Properly Cover The Dump Body.
TAILGATE:
The Arms Are Powered By (2) Powerpack Spring Assemblies
Mounted On The Side of the Dump Body
NO
YES
The Springs Must Be Fully Encased, For Safety And Protection, In
A Polished Aluminum Two-Piece Casting.
For Replacement Purposes, The Spring/Arm Assemblies Must Be
Universal ToEliminate The Need For Driver-Side And PassengerSide Components.
The Springs Must Have The Ability To Be Pre-Loaded With
Tension By Simply Rotating The Pivot Post Without Adding
Additional Mounting Holes To The Dump Body.
The Arm Assembly Shall Consist Of Four (4) Pieces Of High
Strength 6061 T6 Aluminum Extrusions With At Least A Minimum
Wall Thickness Of .188 For The Ends Of The Tube For Strength
Purposes.
All Arm Components Must Be Polished. The Arm Sections Shall
Telescope To Allow For Length And Width Adjustment, And Must
Be Easily Replaceable.
Arms Should Be Angled At Approximately 26 Degrees To Allow The
Arms To Be Recessed In The Open Position.
To Minimize Friction And Wear Within The Tarp Pocket, The Rear
Cross Tube Shall Be Round.
The Roll-Up Tube Assembly Is To Be A 6061 T6 Aluminum
Extrusion With Zinc Plated Steel Machined End Shafts.
It Shall Be A Telescoping Design So The Width Can Be Adjusted
Without Cutting The Roll-Up Tube.
The Roll-Up Tube Shall Be Designed So The Tarp Can Easily Be
Attached Without Drilling Any Holes.
The Roller Assembly Mounting Plates Shall Be Polished Aluminum
With High- Speed Flanged, Pre-Lubricated Bearings.
A One-Pieced Polished Aluminum Wind Deflector Is To Be Secured
To The Roller Assembly Mounting Plates.
To Minimize Installation Time, The Wind Deflector Must Be
Designed So No Cutting (To Length) Or Drilling Is Required.
The 12-Volt Electric Motor Shall Have A Right-Angle
Gearbox With A Removable Chrome Plastic Cover.
The Gears Must Be Hardened And Ground Steel, Encased In A
Metal Housing, And Shall Be Designed To Ensure The Tarp
Cannot Back-Drive.
The Cab Installed Rocker Switch Is To Be Self-Centering,
Constructed Of Metal.
NO
YES
TARP SYSTEM: A Reverse Dc Contactor And All Necessary Wire Fasteners
And Electric Hardware Shall Be Furnished. The Motor Shall
Carry A Three (3) Year Non- Prorated Warranty.
The Systems Shall Include A Double-Arm That Is Attached To
The Primary Swing Arms.
The Second Arm Shall Pivot Freely On The Primary Swing Arm
And Be Orientated Opposite The Rear Cross Tube To Provide
Gravity Assisted Downward Force To Hold The Tarp Behind
The Cab Shield And Minimize Tarp Lifting Or Sailing.
To Prevent The Rear Swing Arms From Lifting Or Bouncing
When The Tarp Is In The Closed Position, The System Shall
Be Equipped With Locks Near The Rear Cross Tube That
Automatically Engage When The Tarp Is Fully Closed, And
Immediately Automatically Unlock When The Process To Open
The Tarp Is Initiated.
The Lock And Unlock Processes Must Be Accomplished
Through The Normal Course Of Operating The Rocker Switch
In The Cab- No Additional Steps By The Operator Are
Permitted To Secure The Rear Cross Tube And Swing Arms
The Tarp Material Shall Be Vinyl Coated Nylon Or Polyester
Mesh, Suitable For Covering Aggregates.
The Tarp Is To Finish 85 Inches Wide.
All Sewing Is To Be Lock-Stitched; Chain Stitching Is Not
Acceptable.
A
Minimum Of Two (2) Polyester Web Reinforcements Is To Be
Sewn Or Welded To The Tarp Longitudinally For Stability.
CHASSIS:
LENGTH 39' 8"
CYLINDER (95300) 95-4461-300
BEAM 16" I-BEAM @31# STRUCTURAL STEEL
KING PIN Standard King Pin
KING PIN SETTING 18"
5TH WHEEL PLATE 3/8" A36
LANDING GEAR Holland Mark V - Travel 18.7"
BUMPER ICC Type
PRIMARY SUSPENSION Susp.,Reyco 52,000# 9-Leaf
PRIMARY AXLES Dana D22 #25000 .58 Wall 96" wide trailer
BRAKES 2S/1M Tandem Air Brake System
HUBS AND DRUMS Walther Hub piloted short stud
TIRE STYLE DUAL
WHEELS OUTSIDE Wheel 24.5x8.25 10H Pilot Stl
WHEELS INSIDE Wheel 24.5x8.25 10H Pilot Stl
TIRES DUNLOP SP160 11R24.5 16 PLY
MISCELLANEOUS ELECTRICAL LED Elec Pkg w/Lghts In Pan
:
LIGHTS ICC Required
MUDFLAPS Full Across (3)
NO
YES
STEERABLE
TAG:
PAINT:
PRODUCT
DISCRIPTION:
AHEAD OF TANDEMS.
2 MATCHING TIRES & RIMS FOR LIFT AXLE.
WATSON STEERABLE #20,000 10H HP
FRAME ONE COLOR GENESIS PAINT
BODY ONE COLOR GENESIS PAINT
RUST PROTECTION SPECIFICATIONS: MEGAFLEX
Product shall be acrylic, abrasion resistant, rust preventive
coating.
Coating must be one part acrylic base self priming, thixotropic
semi-paste coating that contains at least 36% highly elastic in
water dispersed polymers.
V.O.C. (volatile Organic Compound) shall be 0.01 or less as
evidenced by OSHA Form 174 MSDS.
TECHNICAL
PERFORMANCE
CRITERIA:
Coating cannot contain any lead, organic solvents, or
bitumastic materials or other hazardous ingredients as
evidenced by OSHA Form 174.
Coating shall be 100% waterproof.
Coating must be 100% ultraviolet resistant so as not to
breakdown as a result of long term exposure to sunlight.
Coating must be capable of 200% elongation so as to
completely prevent cracking due to expansion and contraction
as well as dimpling resulting from impacts.
Coating must afford excellent chemical resistance to acids
alkalis, salts and fuels.
Coating must be self-extinguishing.
Coating must dry to a smooth texture.
Coating dry film thickness shall be 14 mil.
Coating samples wet and dry shall be submitted for evaluation
at the time of the bid if supplying an alternate product.
Coatings offered shall have been tested in the following areas.
Results as listed below shall be considered the minimum
acceptable to the County.
Test documentation must be available upon request.
Specific Gravity: Not less than 1.28
Solids by Weight: Not less than 57%
Spread Rate: 400 grams per sq./meter @ 13 mils
Dry Time: 30 minutes at 70ºF. and 50% relative humidity.
Cure Time: 48-72 hours after final coat.
Application Temperature: Not less than 45º on substrate.
Primer: 33 diluted Magaflex.
Elasticity: 200%
Water Tightness: 14 mils, waterproof
NO
YES
Hardness: Shore “a” hardness 70
Vapor Permeability: 5.5 grams of vapor p/1 sq. meter per 24
hours.
Fire Resistance: Self-extinguishing.
High Temperature Stability: Unaffected by temperatures of 250º
F.
Salt Spray Test: 100% resistant
Aging and Adhesion: Unaffected after 800 hours of testing from
60º C. to minus 20º C. with rain, frost, UV light and humidity.
Sulfur Dioxide Resistance: Resistant of hot humid atmosphere
of 7% concentration of sulfur dioxide.
Ozone Resistance: Unaffected by an environment containing 1
PPM ozone for 30 days.
Hot Water Immersion: Unaffected after 1000 hours immersion
in 100º F. water.
Impact Resistance: 90 Newton’s, no damage.
Resists 100% against sodium hydroxide at pH 14 C.
Important Safety Note:
In the interest of eliminating harmful fumes which can
result from welding procedures, coating used on Dump
Body, Host & Hitch must be free of lead, Volatile Organic
Compounds or any other hazardous materials as
No exception to this safety criteria shall be acceptable.
AREAS TO BE
COATED
The underside of the trailer and the chassis rails.
Vendor must be a factory-authorized representative for
components being offered.
Vendor must state best delivery available; delivery may be a
prime factor in the award of this bid.
In order to qualify for warranty, coating must be applied by a
certified applicator.
Vendor must be available at time of delivery and placement
to provide technical expertise.
Vendor bidding an alternate must submit a customer list
containing not less than twenty (20) references, using current
production models of the unit being supplied. List should include
agency, contact named and phone
MANUFACTURER’S The manufacturer shall provide standardized factory
REQUIREMENTS
maintenance and repair manuals for the unit supplied.
The manufacturer’s Statement of Warranty shall be supplied.
VENDOR
QUALIFICATIONS:
WARRANTY:
OPTION:
OPTION 1
Manufacturer Warranty – standard warranty shall be submitted
at the time of the bid.
COMBINATION GATE HINGED TO CURB SIDE (SWING
GATE)
NO
ITEM 5: 40 FOOT DUMP TRAILER ALUMINUM BODY STEEL
FRAME
BODY:
CAPACITY:
SIDES:
FLOOR:
BULKHEAD:
TAILGATE:
LENGTH 40' 0"
WIDTH 96" Wide
HEIGHT 54"
END FRAME TO END FLOOR 4 " MAXIMUM
TIRE TO END OF BODY 12" MAXIMUM - DUE TO
UNDERRIDE
5TH
WHEEL HEIGHT 50" Overall Trailer Height: 9' .625"
54 CUBIC YARDS
MATERIAL FRONT 3/16" Alum Sheet
MATERIAL REAR 3/16" Alum Sheet
TOP RAIL 9" Extruded Top Rail-Grooved
BOARD I Inverted Angle Height: 0"
SIDE POSTS 5/32" Face Extruded Tapered Side Posts
SIDE POST SPACING 24"
HORIZONTAL BRACES *** NONE ***
FRONT 1/4" Alum Plate
REAR 3/8" Alum Plate
MATERIAL 1/4" Alum Plate
UNDERSTRUCTURE: TYPE 4" I-BEAM ON 12"
CENTERS
LONGITUDINALS
6" X 6" X 3/8" ANGLE
REAR HINGE Standard Rear Body Hinges
REAR CORNER POST HGHT 60" Post Height
TYPE TOP OFFSET ALUM
STYLE HORIZONTAL PANEL
SHEET 1/4" Alum Plate
HEIGHT 60 "
SLOPE 0"
NUMBER OF PANELS 3 Panel
APRON 7" Alum Weld-on w/ Light Pan & Mudflaps
CONTROLS Air-gate Frame Manual
GATE SEAL *** NONE ***
ACCESSORIES: LADDERS D.S.First post outside
LADDERS *** NONE ***
SHOVEL BRACKET Bulkhead, Driver's Side (Al)
TARP RAIL Grooved Tarp Rail, Both Sides
STRIPE *** NONE ***
TARP SYSTEM Electric Dump Body Covering System, Aero Industries
Easy Cover Model 575 Or Approved Equal, With A Cab
Operated Rocker Switch.
Length To Be Adequate To Properly Cover The Dump
Body.
The Arms Are Powered By (2) Powerpack Spring
Assemblies Mounted On The Side Of The Dump Body.
YES
The Springs Must Be Fully Encased, For Safety And
Protection, In A Polished Aluminum Two-Piece Casting.
For Replacement Purposes, The Spring/Arm Assemblies
Must Be Universal To Eliminate The Need For Driver-Side
And Passenger-Side Components.
The Springs Must Have The Ability To Be Pre-Loaded With
Tension By Simply Rotating The Pivot Post Without Adding
Additional Mounting Holes To The Dump Body.
The Arm Assembly Shall Consist Of Four (4) Pieces Of
High Strength 6061 T6 Aluminum Extrusions With At Least
A Minimum Wall Thickness Of .188 For The Ends Of The
Tube For Strength Purposes.
All Arm Components Must Be Polished. The Arm Sections
Shall Telescope To Allow For Length And Width
Adjustment, And Must Be Easily Replaceable.
Arms Should Be Angled At Approximately 26 Degrees To
Allow The Arms To Be Recessed In The Open Position.
To Minimize Friction And Wear Within The Tarp Pocket,
The Rear Cross Tube Shall Be Round.
The Roll-Up Tube Assembly Is To Be A 6061 T6 Aluminum
Extrusion With Zinc Plated Steel Machined End Shafts.
It Shall Be A Telescoping Design So The Width Can Be
Adjusted Without Cutting the Roll up tube.
The Roll-Up Tube Shall Be Designed So The Tarp Can
Easily Be Attached Without Drilling Any Holes.
The Roller Assembly Mounting Plates Shall Be Polished
Aluminum With High- Speed Flanged, Pre-Lubricated
Bearings.
A
One-Pieced Polished Aluminum Wind Deflector Is To Be
Secured To The Roller Assembly Mounting Plates.
To Minimize Installation Time, The Wind Deflector Must Be
Designed So No Cutting (To Length) Or Drilling Is
Required.
The
12-Volt Electric Motor Shall Have A RightAngle Gearbox With A Removable Chrome Plastic
Cover.
The
Gears Must Be Hardened And Ground Steel,
Encased In A Metal Housing, And Shall Be Designed To
Ensure The Tarp Cannot Back-Drive.
The Cab Installed Rocker Switch Is To Be Self-Centering,
Constructed Of Metal.
A Reverse Dc Contactor And All Necessary Wire
Fasteners And Electric Hardware Shall Be Furnished.
The Motor Shall Carry A Three (3) Year Non- Prorated
Warranty.
The
Systems Shall Include A Double-Arm That Is Attached
To The Primary Swing Arms.
NO
YES
TARP SYSTEM: The Second Arm Shall Pivot Freely On The Primary Swing
Arm And Be Orientated Opposite The Rear Cross Tube To
Provide Gravity Assisted Downward Force To Hold The Tarp
Behind The Cab Shield And Minimize Tarp Lifting Or Sailing.
CHASSIS:
To Prevent The Rear Swing Arms From Lifting Or Bouncing
When The Tarp Is In The Closed Position, The System Shall
Be Equipped With Locks Near The Rear Cross Tube That
Automatically Engage When The Tarp Is Fully Closed, And
Immediately Automatically Unlock When The Process To
Open The Tarp Is Initiated.
The Lock And Unlock Processes Must Be Accomplished
Through The Normal Course Of Operating The Rocker
Switch In The Cab- No Additional Steps By The Operator
Are Permitted To Secure The Rear Cross Tube And Swing
Arms To The Tailgate.
The Tarp Material Shall Be Vinyl Coated Nylon Or Polyester
Mesh, Suitable For Covering Aggregates.
The Tarp Is To Finish 85 Inches Wide.
All Sewing Is To Be Lock-Stitched; Chain Stitching Is Not
Acceptable.
A
Minimum Of Two (2) Polyester Web Reinforcements Is To
Be Sewn Or Welded To The Tarp Longitudinally For Stability.
LENGTH 39' 8"
CYLINDER (95300) 95-4461-300
BEAM 16" I-BEAM @31# STRUCTURAL STEEL
BOTTOM STIFFENER * * None * *
KING PIN Standard King Pin
KING PIN SETTING 18"
5TH WHEEL PLATE 3/8" A36
LANDING GEAR Holland Mark V - Travel 18.7"
BUMPER ICC Type
HOOK UP 5100 Series, 9' Hose
RUNNING GEAR: PRIMARY SUSPENSION Susp.,Reyco
52,000# 9-Leaf
PRIMARY AXLES Dana D22 #25000 .58 Wall 96" wide trailer
BRAKES 4S/2M Tandem Air Brake System
HUBS AND DRUMS Walther Hub piloted short stud
TIRE STYLE DUAL
WHEELS OUTSIDE Wheel 24.5x8.25 10H Pilot Stl
WHEELS INSIDE Wheel 24.5x8.25 10H Pilot Stl
TIRES DUNLOP SP193 11R24.5 14 PLY
MISCELLANEOUS: ELECTRICAL LED Elec Pkg w/Lghts In
Pan
LIGHTS
ICC Required
MID TURNS Amber Mid-Turns
MUDFLAPS Full Across (3)
MUDSHIELD Standard Shield
NO
YES
STEERABLE
TAG:
PAINT:
PRODUCT
DISCRIPTION:
TECHNICAL
PERFORMANCE
CRITERIA:
AHEAD OF TANDEMS.
2 MATCHING TIRES & RIMS FOR LIFT AXLE.
WATSON STEERABLE #20,000 10H HP
FRAME ONE COLOR GENESIS PAINT
BOARDS NOT APPLICABLE
BODY Acid Clean
RUST PROTECTION SPECIFICATIONS: MEGAFLEX
Product shall be acrylic, abrasion resistant, rust preventive
coating.
Coating must be one part acrylic base self priming, thixotropic
semi-paste coating that contains at least 36% highly elastic in
water dispersed polymers.
V.O.C. (volatile Organic Compound) shall be 0.01 or less as
evidenced by OSHA Form 174 MSDS.
Coating cannot contain any lead, organic solvents, or
bitumastic materials or other hazardous ingredients as
evidenced by OSHA Form 174.
Coating shall be 100% waterproof.
Coating must be 100% ultraviolet resistant so as not to
breakdown as a result of long term exposure to sunlight.
Coating must be capable of 200% elongation so as to
completely prevent cracking due to expansion and contraction
as well as dimpling resulting from impacts.
Coating must afford excellent chemical resistance to acids
alkalis, salts and fuels.
Coating must be self-extinguishing.
Coating must dry to a smooth texture.
Coating dry film thickness shall be 14 mil.
Coating samples wet and dry shall be submitted for evaluation
at the time of the bid if supplying an alternate product.
Coatings offered shall have been tested in the following areas.
Results as listed below shall be considered the minimum
acceptable to the County.
Test documentation must be available upon request.
Specific Gravity: Not less than 1.28
Solids by Weight: Not less than 57%
Spread Rate: 400 grams per sq./meter @ 13 mils
Dry Time: 30 minutes at 70ºF. and 50% relative humidity.
Cure Time: 48-72 hours after final coat.
Application Temperature: Not less than 45º on substrate.
Primer: 33 diluted Magaflex.
Elasticity: 200%
NO
YES
TECHNICAL
PERFORMANCE
Water Tightness: 14 mils, waterproof
Hardness: Shore “a” hardness 70
Vapor Permeability: 5.5 grams of vapor p/1 sq. meter per 24
hours.
Fire
Resistance: Self-extinguishing.
High Temperature Stability: Unaffected by temperatures of 250º
F. Spray Test: 100% resistant
Salt
Aging and Adhesion: Unaffected after 800 hours of testing from
60º C. to minus 20º C. with rain, frost, UV light and humidity.
Sulfur Dioxide Resistance: Resistant of hot humid atmosphere
of 7% concentration of sulfur dioxide.
Ozone Resistance: Unaffected by an environment containing 1
PPM ozone for 30 days.
Hot Water Immersion: Unaffected after 1000 hours immersion
in 100º F. water.
Impact Resistance: 90 Newton’s, no damage.
Resists 100% against sodium hydroxide at pH 14 C.
Important Safety Note:
In the interest of eliminating harmful fumes which can
result from welding procedures, coating used on Dump
Body, Host & Hitch must be free of lead, Volatile Organic
Compounds or any other hazardous materials as
No exception to this safety criteria shall be acceptable.
AREAS TO BE
COATED
The underside of the trailer and the chassis rails.
Vendor must be a factory-authorized representative for
components being offered.
Vendor must state best delivery available; delivery may be a
prime factor in the award of this bid.
In order to qualify for warranty, coating must be applied by a
certified applicator.
Vendor must be available at time of delivery and placement
to provide technical expertise.
Vendor bidding an alternate must submit a customer list
containing not less than twenty (20) references, using current
production models of the unit being supplied. List should
include agency, contact named and phone numbers.
MANUFACTURER’S The manufacturer shall provide standardized factory
REQUIREMENTS
maintenance and repair manuals for the unit supplied.
The manufacturer’s Statement of Warranty shall be supplied.
Manufacturer Warranty – standard warranty shall be submitted
WARRANTY:
at the time of the bid.
VENDOR
QUALIFICATIONS:
NO
YES
OPTION 1
COMBINATION GATE HINGED TO CURB SIDE (SWING
GATE)
NO
ITEM 6: 30 FOOT DUMP TRAILER STEEL BODY STEEL
FRAME
BODY
DIMENSIONS:
CAPACITY:
SIDES:
FLOOR:
BULKHEAD:
UNDERSTRUCTURE:
LENGTH 30' 0"
WIDTH 96" Wide
HEIGHT 54"
END FRAME TO END FLOOR 4 " MAXIMUM
TIRE TO END OF BODY 12" MAXIMUM - DUE TO
5TH WHEEL HEIGHT 50" Overall Trailer Height: 9' .625"
40 CUBIC YARDS
MATERIAL FRONT 8 gauge HT
MATERIAL REAR 8 gauge HT
TOP RAIL 4" X 4" X 1/4" STRUCTURAL ST.TUBE
BOARD I Inverted Angle Height: 0"
SIDE POSTS Square Side Posts
SIDE POST SPACING 24"
HORIZONTAL BRACES *** NONE ***
FRONT 1/4 HT
REAR 1/4 HT
MATERIAL 8 gauge HT
TYPE 4" I-Beam ON 12" CENTERS
LONGITUDINALS 6" X 6" X 3/8" ANGLE
TAILGATE:
TYPE Offset Top Hardware
STYLE Boxed Panel
SHEET 3/16 HT
HEIGHT 60 "
SLOPE 0"
GATE SEAL Rubber Seal
NUMBER OF PANELS 6
COAL DOORS NO OF: 0 MATERIAL: ** NONE **
APRON Weld On w/Std Rear Lights
CONTROLS Air T-Gate Latch,Bulkhead Mounted
ACCESSORIES: LADDERS Driver's side front outside
SHOVEL BRACKET Bulkhead, Driver's Side (St)
TARP RAIL Tarp rail-flat, both Sides
TARP SYSTEM: Electric Dump Body Covering System, Aero Industries Easy
Cover Model 575Or Approved Equal, With A Cab Operated
Rocker To
Switch.
Length
Be Adequate To Properly Cover The Dump Body.
YES
TARP SYSTEM: The Arms Are Powered By (2) Powerpack Spring Assemblies
Mounted On The Side Of The Dump Body.
The Springs Must Be Fully Encased, For Safety And Protection,
In A Polished Aluminum Two-Piece Casting.
For Replacement Purposes, The Spring/Arm Assemblies Must
Be Universal To Eliminate The Need For Driver-Side And
Passenger-Side Components.
The Springs Must Have The Ability To Be Pre-Loaded With
Tension By Simply Rotating The Pivot Post Without Adding
Additional Mounting Holes To The Dump Body.
The Arm Assembly Shall Consist Of Four (4) Pieces Of High
Strength 6061 T6 Aluminum Extrusions With At Least A
Minimum Wall Thickness Of .188 For The Ends Of The Tube
ForArm
Strength
Purposes.
All
Components
Must Be Polished. The Arm Sections Shall
Telescope To Allow For Length And Width Adjustment, And
Must Be Easily Replaceable.
Arms Should Be Angled At Approximately 26 Degrees To Allow
The Arms To Be Recessed In The Open Position.
To Minimize Friction And Wear Within The Tarp Pocket, The
Rear Cross Tube Shall Be Round.
The Roll-Up Tube Assembly Is To Be A 6061 T6 Aluminum
Extrusion With Zinc Plated Steel Machined End Shafts.
It Shall Be A Telescoping Design So The Width Can Be
Adjusted Without Cutting The Roll-Up Tube.
The Roll-Up Tube Shall Be Designed So The Tarp Can Easily
Be Attached Without Drilling Any Holes.
The Roller Assembly Mounting Plates Shall Be Polished
Aluminum With High- Speed Flanged, Pre-Lubricated Bearings.
A One-Pieced Polished Aluminum Wind Deflector Is To Be
Secured To The Roller Assembly Mounting Plates.
To Minimize Installation Time, The Wind Deflector Must Be
Designed So No Cutting (To Length) Or Drilling Is Required.
The 12-Volt Electric Motor Shall Have A Right-Angle
Gearbox With A Removable Chrome Plastic Cover.
The Gears Must Be Hardened And Ground Steel, Encased In
A Metal Housing, And Shall Be Designed To Ensure The Tarp
Cannot Back-Drive.
The Cab Installed Rocker Switch Is To Be Self-Centering,
Constructed Of Metal.
A Reverse Dc Contactor And All Necessary Wire Fasteners
And Electric Hardware Shall Be Furnished. The Motor Shall
Carry A Three (3) Year Non- Prorated Warranty.
The Systems Shall Include A Double-Arm That Is Attached To
The Primary Swing Arms.
NO
YES
TARP SYSTEM: The Second Arm Shall Pivot Freely On The Primary Swing Arm
And Be Orientated Opposite The Rear Cross Tube To Provide
Gravity Assisted Downward Force To Hold The Tarp Behind
The Cab Shield And Minimize Tarp Lifting Or Sailing.
To Prevent The Rear Swing Arms From Lifting Or Bouncing
When The Tarp Is In The Closed Position, The System Shall
Be Equipped With Locks Near The Rear Cross Tube That
Automatically Engage When The Tarp Is Fully Closed, And
Immediately Automatically Unlock When The Process To Open
The Tarp Is Initiated.
The Lock And Unlock Processes Must Be Accomplished
Through The Normal Course Of Operating The Rocker Switch
In The Cab- No Additional Steps By The Operator Are
Permitted To Secure The Rear Cross Tube And Swing Arms
To The
Tailgate.
The
Tarp
Material Shall Be Vinyl Coated Nylon Or Polyester
Mesh, Suitable For Covering Aggregates.
The Tarp Is To Finish 85 Inches Wide.
All Sewing Is To Be Lock-Stitched; Chain Stitching Is Not
Acceptable.
A
Minimum Of Two (2) Polyester Web Reinforcements Is To Be
Sewn Or Welded To The Tarp Longitudinally For Stability.
CHASSIS:
LENGTH 29' 8"
CYLINDER (95300) 95-4461-300
BEAM 16" I-BEAM @31# STRUCTURAL STEEL
KING PIN Standard King Pin
KING PIN SETTING 18"
5TH WHEEL PLATE 3/8" A36
LANDING GEAR Holland Mark V - Travel 18.7"
BUMPER ICC Type
PRIMARY SUSPENSION Susp.,Reyco 52,000# 9-Leaf
PRIMARY AXLES Dana D22 #25000 .58 Wall 96" wide trailer
BRAKES 2S/1M Tandem Air Brake System
HUBS AND DRUMS Walther Hub piloted short stud
TIRE STYLE DUAL
WHEELS OUTSIDE Wheel 24.5x8.25 10H Pilot Stl
WHEELS INSIDE Wheel 24.5x8.25 10H Pilot Stl
TIRES DUNLOP SP160 11R24.5 16 PLY
MISCELLANEOU ELECTRICAL LED Elec Pkg w/Lghts In Pan
S:
LIGHTS ICC Required
MUDFLAPS Full Across (3)
AHEAD OF TANDEMS.
STEERABL
E TAG:
2 MATCHING TIRES & RIMS FOR LIFT AXLE.
WATSON STEERABLE #20,000 10H HP
FRAME ONE COLOR GENESIS PAINT
PAINT:
BODY ONE COLOR GENESIS PAINT
NO
YES
PRODUCT
DESCRIPTION
:
RUST PROTECTION SPECIFICATIONS: MEGAFLEX
Product shall be acrylic, abrasion resistant, rust preventive
coating. must be one part acrylic base self priming, thixotropic
Coating
semi-paste coating that contains at least 36% highly elastic in
water dispersed polymers.
V.O.C. (volatile Organic Compound) shall be 0.01 or less as
evidenced by OSHA Form 174 MSDS.
Coating cannot contain any lead, organic solvents, or
bitumastic materials or other hazardous ingredients as
evidenced
by be
OSHA
Form
174.
Coating
shall
100%
waterproof.
TECHNICAL
PERFORMANCE
CRITERIA:
Coating must be 100% ultraviolet resistant so as not to
breakdown as a result of long term exposure to sunlight.
Coating must be capable of 200% elongation so as to
completely prevent cracking due to expansion and contraction
as well as dimpling resulting from impacts.
Coating must afford excellent chemical resistance to acids
alkalis, salts and fuels.
Coating must be self-extinguishing.
Coating must dry to a smooth texture.
Coating dry film thickness shall be 14 mil.
Coating samples wet and dry shall be submitted for evaluation
at the time of the bid if supplying an alternate product.
Coatings offered shall have been tested in the following areas.
Results as listed below shall be considered the minimum
acceptable to the County.
Test documentation must be available upon request.
Specific Gravity: Not less than 1.28
Solids by Weight: Not less than 57%
Spread Rate: 400 grams per sq./meter @ 13 mils
Dry Time: 30 minutes at 70ºF. and 50% relative humidity.
Cure Time: 48-72 hours after final coat.
Application Temperature: Not less than 45º on substrate.
Primer: 33 diluted Magaflex.
Elasticity: 200%
Water Tightness: 14 mils, waterproof
Hardness: Shore “a” hardness 70
Vapor Permeability: 5.5 grams of vapor p/1 sq. meter per 24
hours.
Fire
Resistance: Self-extinguishing.
High Temperature Stability: Unaffected by temperatures of 250º
F. Spray Test: 100% resistant
Salt
Aging and Adhesion: Unaffected after 800 hours of testing from
60º C. to minus 20º C. with rain, frost, UV light and humidity.
NO
YES
TECHNICAL
PERFORMANCE
CRITERIA:
Sulfur Dioxide Resistance: Resistant of hot humid atmosphere
of 7% concentration of sulfur dioxide.
Ozone Resistance: Unaffected by an environment containing 1
PPM ozone for 30 days.
Hot Water Immersion: Unaffected after 1000 hours immersion
in 100º F. water.
Impact Resistance: 90 Newton’s, no damage.
Resists 100% against sodium hydroxide at pH 14 C.
Important Safety Note:
In the interest of eliminating harmful fumes which can
result from welding procedures, coating used on Dump
Body, Host & Hitch must be free of lead, Volatile Organic
Compounds or any other hazardous materials as
No exception to this safety criteria shall be acceptable.
AREAS TO BE
COATED
The underside of the trailer and the chassis rails.
Vendor must be a factory-authorized representative for
components being offered.
Vendor must state best delivery available; delivery may be a
prime factor in the award of this bid.
In order to qualify for warranty, coating must be applied by a
certified applicator.
Vendor must be available at time of delivery and placement
to provide technical expertise.
Vendor bidding an alternate must submit a customer list
containing not less than twenty (20) references, using current
production models of the unit being supplied. List should
include agency, contact named and phone numbers.
MANUFACTURER’S The manufacturer shall provide standardized factory
REQUIREMENTS
maintenance and repair manuals for the unit supplied.
The manufacturer’s Statement of Warranty shall be supplied.
Manufacturer Warranty – standard warranty shall be submitted
WARRANTY:
at the time of the bid.
OPTION 1
COMBINATION GATE HINGED TO CURB SIDE (SWING
GATE)
VENDOR
QUALIFICATIONS:
NO
ITEM NO. 7 – 30 FOOT DUMP TRAILER ALUMINUM BODY
STEEL FRAME
LENGTH 30’0”
BODY
WIDTH 96” WIDE
HEIGHT 54”
END FRAME TO END FLOOR 4” MAXIMUM
TIRE TO END OF BODY 12” MAXIMUM – DUE TO
UNDERRIDE
5TH WHEEL HEIGHT 50" Overall Trailer Height: 9' .625"
BODY:
40 CUBIC YARDS
CAPACITY:
MATERIAL FRONT 3/16" Alum Sheet
SIDES:
MATERIAL REAR 3/16" Alum Sheet
TOP RAIL 9" Extruded Top Rail-Grooved
BOARD I Inverted Angle Height: 0"
SIDE POSTS 5/32" Face Extruded Tapered Side Posts
SIDE POST SPACING 24"
HORIZONTAL BRACES *** NONE ***
FRONT 1/4" Alum Plate
FLOOR:
REAR 3/8" Alum Plate
MATERIAL 1/4" Alum Plate
BULKHEAD:
UNDERSTRUCTURE: TYPE 4" I-BEAM ON 12" CENTERS
LONGITUDINALS 6" X 6" X 3/8" ANGLE
REAR HINGE Standard Rear Body Hinges
REAR CORNER POST HGHT 60" Post Height
TAILGATE:
TYPE TOP OFFSET ALUM
STYLE HORIZONTAL PANEL
SHEET 1/4" Alum Plate
HEIGHT 60 "
SLOPE 0"
NUMBER OF PANELS 3 Panel
APRON 7" Alum Weld-on w/ Light Pan & Mudflaps
CONTROLS Air-gate Frame Manual
GATE SEAL *** NONE ***
ACCESSORIES: LADDERS D.S.First post outside
LADDERS *** NONE ***
SHOVEL BRACKET Bulkhead, Driver's Side (Al)
TARP RAIL Grooved Tarp Rail, Both Sides
STRIPE *** NONE ***
TARP SYSTEM: Electric Dump Body Covering System, Aero Industries Easy
Cover Model 575 Or Approved Equal, With A Cab Operated
Rocker Switch.
Length To Be Adequate To Properly Cover The Dump Body.
The Arms Are Powered By (2) Powerpack Spring Assemblies
Mounted On The Side Of The Dump Body.
YES
NO
YES
The springs must be full encased, for safety and protection, in a
polished aluminum two-piece casting
For replacement purposed, the spring/arm assemblies must be
universal to eliminate the need for driver-side and passengerside components
The springs must have the ability to be pre-loaded with tension
by simply rotating the pivot post without adding additional
mounting holes to the dump body.
The Arm Assembly Shall Consist Of Four (4) Pieces Of High
Strength 6061 T6 Aluminum Extrusions With At Least A
Minimum Wall Thickness Of .188 For The Ends Of The Tube For
Strength Purposes.
All Arm Components Must Be Polished. The Arm Sections Shall
Telescope To Allow For Length And Width Adjustment, And
Must Be Easily Replaceable.
Arms Should Be Angled At Approximately 26 Degrees To Allow
The Arms To Be Recessed In The Open Position.
To Minimize Friction And Wear Within The Tarp Pocket, The
Rear Cross Tube Shall Be Round.
The Roll-Up Tube Assembly Is To Be A 6061 T6 Aluminum
Extrusion With Zinc Plated Steel Machined End Shafts.
It Shall Be A Telescoping Design So The Width Can Be Adjusted
Without Cutting The Roll-Up Tube.
The Roll-Up Tube Shall Be Designed So The Tarp Can Easily
Be Attached Without Drilling Any Holes.
The Roller Assembly Mounting Plates Shall Be Polished
Aluminum With High- Speed Flanged, Pre-Lubricated Bearings.
A One-Pieced Polished Aluminum Wind Deflector Is To Be
Secured To The Roller Assembly Mounting Plates.
To Minimize Installation Time, The Wind Deflector Must Be
Designed So No Cutting (To Length) Or Drilling Is Required.
The 12-Volt Electric Motor Shall Have A Right-Angle
Gearbox With A Removable Chrome Plastic Cover.
The Gears Must Be Hardened And Ground Steel, Encased In A
Metal Housing, And Shall Be Designed To Ensure The Tarp
Cannot Back-Drive.
The Cab Installed Rocker Switch Is To Be Self-Centering,
Constructed Of Metal.
A Reverse Dc Contactor And All Necessary Wire Fasteners
And Electric Hardware Shall Be Furnished. The Motor Shall
Carry A Three (3) Year Non- Prorated Warranty.
The Systems Shall Include A Double-Arm That Is Attached To
The Primary Swing Arms.
NO
YES
TARP SYSTEM: The Lock And Unlock Processes Must Be Accomplished
Through The Normal Course Of Operating The Rocker Switch In
The Cab- No Additional Steps By The Operator Are Permitted
To Secure The Rear Cross Tube And Swing Arms To The
Tailgate.
The Tarp Material Shall Be Vinyl Coated Nylon Or Polyester
Mesh, Suitable For Covering Aggregates.
The Tarp Is To Finish 85 Inches Wide.
All Sewing Is To Be Lock-Stitched; Chain Stitching Is Not
Acceptable.
A
Minimum Of Two (2) Polyester Web Reinforcements Is To Be
Sewn Or Welded To The Tarp Longitudinally For Stability.
LENGTH 29' 8"
CHASSIS:
CYLINDER (95300) 95-4461-300
BEAM 16" I-BEAM @31# STRUCTURAL STEEL
BOTTOM STIFFENER * * None * *
KING PIN Standard King Pin
KING PIN SETTING 18"
5TH WHEEL PLATE 3/8" A36
LANDING GEAR Holland Mark V - Travel 18.7"
BUMPER ICC Type
HOOK UP 5100 Series, 9' Hose
RUNNING GEAR: PRIMARY SUSPENSION Susp.,Reyco
52,000# 9-Leaf
PRIMARY AXLES Dana D22 #25000 .58 Wall 96" wide trailer
BRAKES 4S/2M Tandem Air Brake System
HUBS AND DRUMS Walther Hub piloted short stud
TIRE STYLE DUAL
WHEELS OUTSIDE Wheel 24.5x8.25 10H Pilot Stl
WHEELS INSIDE Wheel 24.5x8.25 10H Pilot Stl
TIRES DUNLOP SP193 11R24.5 14 PLY
MISCELLANEOUS: ELECTRICAL LED Elec Pkg w/Lghts In Pan
LIGHTS ICC Required
MID TURNS Amber Mid-Turns
MUDFLAPS Full Across (3)
MUDSHIELD Standard Shield
STEERABLE
TAG:
AHEAD OF TANDEMS.
2 MATCHING TIRES & RIMS FOR LIFT AXLE.
WATSON STEERABLE #20,000 10H HP
PAINT:
FRAME ONE COLOR GENESIS PAINT
BOARDS NOT APPLICABLE
BODY Acid Clean
NO
YES
PRODUCT
DESCRIPTION
TECHNICAL
PERFORMANCE
CRITERIA:
RUST PROTECTION SPECIFICATIONS: MEGAFLEX
The second arm shall pivot freely on the primary swing arm and
be orientated opposite the rear cross tube to provide gravity
assisted downward force to hold the tarp behind the cab shield
and minimize tarp lifting or sailing
To prevent the rear swing arms from lifting or bouncing when the
tarp is in the closed position, the system shall be equipped with
locks near the rear cross tube that automatically engage when
the tarp is fully closed, and immediately unlock when the process
to open the tarp is initiated.
Product shall be acrylic, abrasion resistant, rust preventive
coating. must be one part acrylic base self priming, thixotropic
Coating
semi-paste coating that contains at least 36% highly elastic in
water dispersed polymers.
V.O.C. (volatile Organic Compound) shall be 0.01 or less as
evidenced by
OSHA Form 174 MSDS.
Coating cannot contain any lead, organic solvents, or bitumastic
materials or other hazardous ingredients as evidenced by OSHA
Form 174.
Coating shall be 100% waterproof.
Coating must be 100% ultraviolet resistant so as not to
breakdown as a result of long term exposure to sunlight.
Coating must be capable of 200% elongation so as to
completely prevent cracking due to expansion and contraction
as well as dimpling resulting from impacts.
Coating must afford excellent chemical resistance to acids
alkalis, salts and fuels.
Coating must be self-extinguishing.
Coating must dry to a smooth texture.
Coating dry film thickness shall be 14 mil.
Coating samples wet and dry shall be submitted for evaluation at
the time of the bid if supplying an alternate product.
Coatings offered shall have been tested in the following areas.
Results as listed below shall be considered the minimum
acceptable to the
County.
Test documentation must be available upon request.
Specific Gravity: Not less than 1.28
Solids by Weight: Not less than 57%
Spread Rate: 400 grams per sq./meter @ 13 mils
Dry Time: 30 minutes at 70ºF. and 50% relative humidity.
Cure Time: 48-72 hours after final coat.
Application Temperature: Not less than 45º on substrate.
Primer: 33 diluted Magaflex.
Elasticity: 200%
NO
YES
Water Tightness: 14 mils, waterproof
Hardness: Shore “a” hardness 70
Vapor Permeability: 5.5 grams of vapor p/1sq. meter per 24 hours
Fire Resistance: Self-extinguishing
TECHNICAL
PERFORMANCE
CRITERIA:
AREAS TO BE
COATED
High temperature Stability: Unaffected by temperatures of 250
degrees F.
Salt Spray Test: 100% resistant
Aging and Adhesion: Unaffected after 800 hours of testing from
60º C. to minus 20º C. with rain, frost, UV light and humidity.
Sulfur Dioxide Resistance: Resistant of hot humid atmosphere of
7%
concentration
of sulfur
dioxide. by an environment containing 1
Ozone
Resistance:
Unaffected
PPM
ozone
for 30
days.
Hot Water
Immersion:
Unaffected after 1000 hours immersion in
100º F. water.
Impact Resistance: 90 Newton’s, no damage.
Resists 100% against sodium hydroxide at pH 14 C.
Important Safety Note:
In the interest of eliminating harmful fumes which can result
from welding procedures, coating used on Dump Body, Host
& Hitch must be free of lead, Volatile Organic Compounds or
any other hazardous materials as evidenced by
No exception to this safety criteria shall be acceptable.
The underside of the trailer and the chassis rails.
Vendor must be a factory-authorized representative for
components being offered.
Vendor must state best delivery available; delivery may be a
prime factor in the award of this bid.
In order to qualify for warranty, coating must be applied by a
certified applicator.
Vendor must be available at time of delivery and placement to
provide technical expertise.
Vendor bidding an alternate must submit a customer list
containing not less than twenty (20) references, using current
production models of the unit being supplied. List should include
agency, contact named and phone numbers.
MANUFACTURER’S The manufacturer shall provide standardized factory
REQUIREMENTS
maintenance and repair manuals for the unit supplied.
The manufacturer’s Statement of Warranty shall be supplied.
Manufacturer Warranty – standard warranty shall be submitted at
WARRANTY:
the time of the bid.
VENDOR
QUALIFICATIONS:
NO
COATINGS:
OPTION 1
COMBINATION GATE HINGED TO CURB SIDE (SWING GATE)
ITEM NO. 8 - ARTICULATED WHEEL LOADER (w/ 500 Operating hours or less)
It is the intent of these specifications to provide for the purchase of one (1) rubber tired, diesel
powered, four (4) wheel drive articulated wheel loader. The following specification is based upon
a Komatsu WA320-7or equal. This specification shall not be interpreted as restrictive, but rather
as a measure of safety, quality and performance against which all wheel loaders offered will be
compared.
The wheel loader shall be of rugged frame design, fabricated high-strength, low alloy steel. The
frame shall be deigned with structural box sections to provide maximum rigidity and resist loading
stress and shock.
The wheel loader described shall be the manufacturer's current production model, shall be built
no earlier than the 2014 model year and have no more than 500 operating hours.
YES
ENGINE
Six (6) cylinder, four (4) cycle, direct start, direct injection, turbocharged,
diesel engine with an air-to-air aftercooler. It shall have a bore and stroke
of not less than 4.21" x 4.88" producing a displacement of not less than
408 cu.in. The engine shall be rated, per SAE J1349 standards, to
produce not less than 165 net FwHP at a governed 2100 rpm.
Dual Stage, Dry Type, Radial Sealed Air Cleaner
w/Dust Evacuator
Dust Indicator
All Speed Electrical Governor
Intake Manifold Preheat Starting Aid
Gear Driven, Forced Lubrication
Full Flow Filtration
w/Spin-on Type Filters
Water Conditioner
Hydraulic Driven Auto-Reversing Fan
Modular Radiator Core and Wide Core Coolers
Swing Out Aftercooler & Oil Cooler
Electric Engine Shutoff System w/Key
Programmable Auto-Idle Shutdown System
Curved Exhaust Pipe
Gull Wing Type Engine Side Doors w/ Gas Spring Assist
Hydraulic Actuated Variable Geometric Turbocharger
The engine shall be equipped with a diesel particulate filter (DPF) that
shall employ both passive and active regeneration by way of a diesel
oxidation catalyst. The regeneration process shall be flameless and shall
not affect the operation of the wheel loader. The diesel particulate filter
shall be capable of manual stationary regeneration.
The engine shall meet all current interim Tier IV emissions regulations.
NO
YES
The wheel loader shall be equipped with two (2) selectable power modes:
- E Mode:
- S Mode:
Maximum Fuel Efficiency
Maximum Power – Hard digging / Hill Climb
The wheel loader shall employ a 24 Volt electrical system equipped with
the following:
- 24 Volt / 5.5 kW Starter
- 24 Volt / 60 Amp Alternator
- 2 x 12 Volt / 92 Amp Hour / 680 CCA Batteries
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Sealed DT electrical connectors and a battery disconnect switch shall be
employed
TRANSMISSION
The loader shall be equipped with an electronically controlled, hydrostatic
transmission with one (1) piston type pump with two (2) piston type
motors, one (1) high speed, one (1) low speed. The system shall be
designed to provide the correct power to the transfer case for the work
requirements.
The transmission will be a full auto-shift design with speed range select.
The transmission shall be designed to permit the operator to adjust the
maximum speed in 1st speed range.
Engine power shall be transmitted hydraulically to the transfer case.
Power will be transferred from the transfer case to the differentials
mechanically.
The transmission shall have not less than four (4) speeds in forward and
reverse. The following speeds shall be considered the minimum for each
speed range:
Speed
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
FWD/REV (MPH)
2.5/8.1
8.1
11.2
23.6
A three (3) mode (Max/On/S) traction control system shall be provided. A
“Max” traction button shall be located on the work equipment lever to
cancel the traction control temporarily. There shall be two (2) additional
control modes that can be set through the monitor panel.
An inching pedal shall provide for simultaneous control of travel and
equipment hydraulic speeds.
AXLES
The loader shall be equipped with heavy duty axles with semi-floating
shafts and four (4) wheel, inboard mounted, planetary gear type final
drives. Both axles shall be equipped with tor
queproportional
differentials. The front axle shall be fixed to the frame. The rear axle
shall be center pin supported. It shall oscillate not less a total of 24
degrees.
The loader shall employ a center-pivot, articulated frame steering system.
The system shall be fully hydraulic power assisted and independent of
engine rpm. A dedicated piston type hydraulic pump shall be provided
The steering pump shall have a rated capacity of not less than 47.6 gpm
at 2100 engine rpm. The relief valve setting shall be not less than 3000
psi.
NO
YES
The minimum turning radius when measured at the center of the outside
tire shall be not less than 17’ 8".
The frame shall articulate not less than 38.5 degrees in either direction.
Articulation shall be effected by two (2) double acting cylinders with
hardened chrome plated piston rods. The cylinders shall have a bore and
stroke of not less 2.76" x 17.8".
LOADER MECHANISM
The loader lift mechanism shall be of the single bellcrank, "Z-bar" type. It
shall have not more than thirteen (13) pivot points. All pivot points shall
be equipped with sealed linkage pins. Pivot point lubrication shall be not
more frequent than every 250 hours.
The lift boom arms shall be of a heavy duty, single plate design. They
shall be fabricated from high tensile strength steel and shall be designed
to withstand maximum stress.
Boom lift shall be affected by two (2) cylinders with a bore and stroke of
not less than 4.7" x 28.7". Bucket tilt shall be affected by a single cylinder
with a bore and stroke of not less than 5.9" x 22". All cylinders shall be
double acting with hardened chrome plating on the piston rods.
The loader boom lift cylinders and the bucket tilt cylinder shall be
controlled by a “mono-lever” type control located to the operator's right. It
shall include an integral forward/reverse switch. A second lever shall be
provided to control any attachments such as a multi-purpose bucket. A
safety lock shall be provided for the loader control levers.
The loader control levers shall employ a pilot control system. A dedicated
pilot pump shall provide flow to a proportional pressure flow valve. This
system shall permit one handed control of loading operations.
The loader lift mechanism shall be equipped with a "Rap-out" design
linkage. This design shall permit shock dumping to remove sticky
material.
The loader lift mechanism shall be equipped with an automatic bucket
positioner. This device, which shall stop the bucket automatically at the
desired digging angle, shall employ a proximity switch and a bucket
control lever on the bucket tilt cylinder. The positioner may be reset
manually to meet the digging angle requirement of a particular job.
The loader lift mechanism shall be equipped with an automatic boom
kickout. This device, which shall stop the boom at the desired lifting
height, shall employ a proximity switch and an arm control lever, which
shall be mounted on the boom arm. The kickout may be reset manually if
desired.
BRAKES
The wheel loader shall be equipped with four (4) wheel, hydraulic,
inboard mounted wet disc type service brakes. The service brakes shall
be controlled by two (2) pedals. Both pedals shall be used for braking. A
selector switch shall be provided to allow the left pedal to be used to
neutralize the transmission.
The wheel loader shall be equipped with a wet disc type parking brake,
which shall be located inside the transmission case. It shall be spring
applied and hydraulically released. The parking brakes shall be selfadjusting.
NO
YES
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
The wheel loader shall employ a dual speed hydraulic system, which
shall be equipped with an oil cooler.
The hydraulic system shall employ a variable displacement type main
pump with a rated output of not less than 47.6 gpm at 2100 engine rpm.
The main hydraulic system relief valve shall be set for a maximum
pressure of 3000 psi.
All hydraulic flow shall pass through a three (3) spool control valve. The
first spool shall feed the steering circuit. A second spool will control flow
to the loader circuits. The third spool shall provide flow for any
attachments, such as a multi-purpose bucket. All necessary piping on the
loader arm shall be provided for the attachment circuit.
The hydraulic system shall be sufficient to provide the following cycle
times:
Raise Boom ................ 6.1 sec.
Lower Boom .............. 3.5 sec.
Dump Bucket ............. 1.9 sec.
Total Cycle ...….......... 11.5 sec.
OPERATOR'S COMPARTMENT
The wheel loader shall have its operator's compartment located on the
rear frame over the articulation joint. The operator's compartment shall
consist of a fully enclosed steel ROPS/FOPS cab. The cab shall be a two
(2) door walk through design with access ladders and handrails on both
sides.
Air Conditioner / Heater / Defroster / Pressurizer
Electrically Heated Rear Window
Front (Intermittent) Wiper & Rear Wiper
Front & Rear Washers
One (1) Internal & Two (2) External Rearview Mirrors
Heated Air Suspension Type Seat
w/3” Retractable Seatbelt
Adjustable Armrests
AM/FM Radio with Speakers and Auxiliary Jack
High Resolution LCD 7” Color Monitor
Rearview Monitoring System (Camera)
Sound Suppression
Tiltable, Telescopic Steering Wheel
Ashtray & Lighter
Two (2) 12V Outlets
Sun Visor
Hot/Cold Storage Box
Floor Mat
INSTRUMENTATION
The wheel loader shall be equipped with an electronic equipment
management and monitoring system which shall include a high resolution
LCD/TFT main and maintenance monitor. The monitors shall include the
following:
Main Monitor
NO
YES
Central Warning Lamp / Check Item
Central Warning lamp – Caution Items
Headlight High Beam Pilot
Speedometer (mph)
Service Meter
Transmission Shift Indicator
Turn Signal Pilot
Maintenance Monitor:
Air Cleaner Check
Battery Charge
Brake Oil Pressure
Engine Oil Pressure
Engine Water Level
Engine Water Temperature
Fuel Gauge
Parking Brake Light
Torque Convertor Temperature
Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)
Hydraulic Oil Temperature
DPF Regeneration Check
GPS Message Center
Seat Belt Caution
LIGHTS
Two (2) Front Chassis Mount Work Lights (Halogen) w/Hi-Low Beams
Two (2) Front Cab Mount Work Lights (Halogen)
Two (2) Rear Chassis Mount Work Lights (Halogen)
Two (2) Front & Two (2) Rear Turn Signals w/Hazard Switch
Stop & Tail Lights
Back-up Light
The wheel loader shall be equipped with a strobe light package designed
that four (4) perimeter lights shall strobe alternately when engaged. The
strobe lights shall be controlled by a toggle switch.
TIRES
The wheel loader shall be equipped with new 23.5R25 (L-3) radial tires.
Michelin or Bridgestone are acceptable
PAINT
The wheel loader shall be painted the manufacturer's standard colors
SERVICE CAPACITIES
The following service capacities shall be considered minimums for a
wheel loader of this class:
Cooling System ……….............................. 7.4 gal.
Engine Crankcase ........………................... 6.1 gal.
Differential & Final Drive (ea. axle) …..... 6.7 gal.
Hydraulic System: .....................……….... 23.7 gal.
Fuel Tank ...........................…………….... 64.7 gal.
NO
YES
OPERATING DIMENSIONS & CAPACITIES
The following operating parameters, which are calculated per SAE J732C and J-742B standards, are to be considered minimums for a wheel
loader of this class:
Max. Hinge Pin Height ..................……... 13’2"
Dump Clearance @ Max. Hgt. .............…. 9' 5"
Reach @ Max. Hgt. .......................…….... 3’3”
Reach @ 7' Dump Hgt. ..........……............
5’3”
Overall Length .........................…………. 25’0”
Breakout Force .............……….............. 36,310#
Tip Load - Straight .............………........ 25,640#
Tip Load - Full Turn ...……................... 21,186#
Operating Weight ....................……....... 33,371#
Note: For purpose of comparison, the above data is based on a machine
equipped with a pin-on bucket.
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
The wheel loader shall be equipped with the following additional
equipment:
Back-up Alarm
Centralized Grease Banks
Std. Counterweight
717 lb. Additional Counterweight
Electric Horn
Electronically Controlled Suspension System (Ride Control)
Lifting Eyes
Full Front & Partial Rear Fenders
Tool Box (In Battery Box)
Vandalism Protection
w/Caplock & Cover for Fuel Tank
Padlocks:
Battery Box; Hydraulic Oil Tank;
Engine Hood Side Panels; Radiator Cap Cover;
Radiator Tank; Transmission Oil Filler Cover
Voltage Converter (5 Amp / 12 Volt)
WIRELESS REMOTE MONITORING SYSTEM
The wheel loader shall be equipped with a satellite-based, remote
wireless monitoring and management system. The system shall be
designed to utilize global positioning satellite technology. The system
shall be designed to be operated by any Windows based PC operating
system using commercially available software. Information shall be
accessed through an internet-based portal, providing e-mail and text
alerts, web dial-up service, and monthly summary reports.
The system shall provide the following machine and operation
information:
Fleet Optimization
Fuel consumption data and trends
Machine fuel level
Machine utilization
NO
YES
Actual working hours/machine idle hours
Attachment usage hours
Machine travel hours
Machine load analysis
Operating mode ratios
Location and Asset Management
GPS location/Operation maps Out-of-area and movement alert with
location and time
Engine, nighttime and calendar lock
Maintenance Management
Service meter reading
Maintenance replacement notifications
Cautions/Abnormality codes
COUPLER SYSTEM
The wheel loader shall be equipped with a male master located on the
boom arms which shall be compatible with the bucket specified. It shall
be activated by means of a switch located within the operator’s
compartment
BUCKET
The wheel loader shall be equipped with a multi-purpose type bucket
rated by SAE standards at not less than 3.25 cu. yd. at a density of not
less than 2700 lb./yd. The bucket shall be not less than 108" wide and
shall be equipped with a bolt-on cutting edge. It shall be equipped with a
female coupler component as described in the section on the coupler
system.
SPARE PARTS PACKAGE
The wheel loader specified shall be supplied with the following spare
parts package:
One (1) Complete Set of Radiator Hoses
w/ Clamps
Three (3) Complete Sets of All Filters
One (1) Complete Set of All Belts
One (1) Grease Gun
w/ One (1) Case of Cartridges
Two (2) Spare Keys
Only original equipment manufacturer's genuine replacement parts shall
be quoted. Generic parts will not be accepted.
A listing of parts bid by part number must be submitted as part of the bid
One complete set of operators and parts manual
Four (4) set of keys
COMPLIMENTARY MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
The successful bidder shall perform periodic maintenance on the
machine being offered at no charge. It shall include, but not be limited to,
the following service at the noted hourly intervals:
NO
DESCRIPTION
INTERVALS
250
500
1000
1500
2000
PERFORM KOWA SAMPLING- ENGINE, FRONT
AXLE, REAR AXLE ONLY
X
CLEAN AC FRESH AND RECIRC AIR FILTERS
X
CHANGE HYDRAULIC OIL
X
X
REPLACE HYDRAULIC OIL FILTER ELEMENT
X
X
CHANGE TRANSMISSION OIL
X
X
X
REPLACE TRANSMISSION OIL FILTER
X
X
X
REPLACE TRANSMISSION OIL STRAINER
X
CLEAN AIR CLEANER ELEMENT
X
X
X
X
X
CHECK AND CLEAN FUEL BREATHER ELEMENT
X
X
X
X
X
LUBRICATE REAR AXLE PIVOT PIN
X
X
X
X
X
LUBRICATE WORK EQUIPMENT
X
X
X
X
X
DRAIN WATER AND SEDIMENT FROM FUEL TANK
X
X
X
X
X
CHECK PARKING BRAKE
X
X
X
X
X
COMPLIMENTARY MAINTENANCE PROGRAM –
cont’d.
250
500
1000
1500
2000
CHECK WHEEL HUB BOLTS AND RETIGHTEN AS
NECESSARY
X
X
X
X
X
COMPLETE 50 POINT INSPECTION FORM; LEAVE
PINK COPY WITH CUSTOMER OR IN CAB
X
X
X
X
X
RESET MONITOR PANEL MAINTENANCE COUNTER
FOR APPROPRIATE ITEMS
X
X
X
X
PERFORM KOWA SAMPLING (5 samples) –
engine, transmission, hydraulics, front & rear
axle
X
X
X
X
CHANGE ENGINE OIL
X
X
X
X
REPLACE ENGINE OIL FILTER
X
X
X
X
REPLACE AC FRESH & RECIRC AIR FILTERS
X
X
X
X
REPLACE FUEL PRE-FILTER
X
X
X
X
X
X
REPLACE FUEL MAIN FILTER
X
X
CLEAN TRANSMISSION BREATHER ELEMENT
X
X
LUBRICATE CENTER HINGE PIN
X
X
LUBRICATE DRIVE SHAFT CENTER SUPPORT
X
X
CHANGE FRONT AND REAR AXLE OIL
X
REPLACE HYDRAULIC TANK BREATHER ELEMENT
X
CLEAN HYDRAULIC OIL STRAINER
X
REPLACE KCCV FILTER
X
CHANGE COOLANT
X
YES
The wheel loader shall also receive two (2) complimentary diesel particulate
filter exchange units for the first 5 years / unlimited hours.
-ORTwo (2) Unplanned times during the 5 years – (manufacturer’s preauthorization required)
VENDOR PARTS & SERVICE REQUIREMENTS
Vendor submitting bid must be manufacturers’ authorized representing
dealer for the products being bid, capable of extending all services
available including manufacturers’ warranty repairs, parts and other
support services.
NO
Item No. 9: Solar Tech Arrow Board Model AB-0515 or Equal
YES
LAMP PANEL
Panel Size 96" x 48" (244 cm x 122 cm)
Panel construction all alluminum with welding frame
Panel finish matte black baked enamel finish
Number of lamps: 15
Lamp intensity 1,000 candela (typical)
Lamp beam angle 30 degrees horizontal x 6 degrees vertical
(minimum)
Lamp construction LED (21 per lamp) in unbreakable sealed
polycarbonate housing
Lamp shrouds 360 degrees high-impact plastic
Rear panel indicators three (3) LED
TRAILER
Length overall 100" (254 cm)
Length excluding tongue 53" (135 cm)
Width overall 96" (244 cm)
Width across fenders 75" (190 cm)
Height traveling 92" (243 cm)
Height operating 134" (340 cm)
Ground clearance 13.5" (34 cm)
Weight 1,180 lbs. (535 kg) approximately
Hitch 2" ball (64 mm) pintle ring
Lifting mechanism 1,000 lb. (454 kg) capacity (minimum) automatic
brake winch and cable
Trailer Plug 7 pin RV
ENERGY SOURCE
Operating voltage 12 volts DC (nominal)
Battery type 6 volt heavy duty deep cycle (GC-2)
Number of batteries two (2) standard lead acid (flooded)
With auxiliary batteries four (4) standard lead acid (flooded)
Battery capacity 260 amp hours
With auxiliary batteries 520 amp hours
Battery status indicator displays full charge, normal and low battery
condition
Solar array construction top-mounted solar panels in aluminum frame
Solar array power output 40 or 80 watts-field-upgradable
Solar charge controller fully automatic, temperature compensated
NO
YES
CONTROLLER
Controller circuitry ultra-low power solid state
Lamp patterns all standard 15 and 25 lamp flashing and sequential
Lamp flash rate 30 per minute
Lamp dimming manual and automatic
Lamp dimming ratio 50%, fully dimmed at approximately five
footcandles
Lamp power drivers current limited and thermal overload protected
with "soft start" feature
Low voltage disconnect 10.70 volts
High voltage disconnect 15.10 volts
WARRANTY
Standard Manufacturer’s Warranty Applies
NO
ITEM 10: MOBILE STOCK PICKERS MSP SERIES 15MSP OR EQUAL
YES
Platform Height 15' 3" (4.64 m)
Working Height 21' 3" (6.48 m)
Drive Height Max. Platform Height
Stowed Height 78" (198 cm)
Platform Entry Height
Stock Picking Platform 18"
Extension Platform 19"
Platform Capacity:
Stock Picking Platform 500 lb (227 kg)
Capacity Platform/Tray 300/150 lb (136/68 kg)
Platform Size (W x L):
Stock Picking Platform 28 x 48" (71 x 122 cm)
Platform with Folding Material Tray 26 x 30" (66 x 76 cm)
Overall Vehicle Legth:
Chassis Length 53.5" (136 cm)
Stock Picking Platform 74" (188 cm)
Platform with Folding Material Tray 70" (198 cm)
Overall Vehicle Width:
Chassis Width 29.5" (75 cm)
Chassis Width with Bumper N/A
Stock Picking Platform 31.5" (80 cm)
Extension Platform 31.5" (80 cm)
Gross Vehicle Weight:
Stock Picking Platform 2,425 lb (1,100 kg)
Extension Platform 2,395 lb (1,086 kg)
Drive Maximum Speed:
Platform: Lowered/Elevated 3.5 mph (5.5 km/h)/ 0.6 mph (0.96 km/h)
Turning Radius 0" (0 cm)
Intersecting Aisle (assuming turning out of 36" aisle) 80" (203 cm)
Gradeability 20%
Underclearance 2" (5 cm)
Wheel & Batteries:
Rear Drive & Steer Wheels 12.62 x 4" (32 x 10 cm)
Front Caster Wheels 8 x 2.5" (20 x 6 cm)
Standard Tire Material Non-Marking
Batteries Two Sealed 100 amp-hr Glass Mat (AGM)
Battery Charger 25 Amp Automatic
Drive System 4 Brush direct electric Drive planetary gear)
WARRANTY
Warranty to be one year parts and labor
NO
Item 11 - KM 4000T ASPHALT HOTBOX RECLAIMER TRAILER UNIT OR EQUAL
INTENT SECTION
It is the intent of the following specification to describe a new, latest model in production a Keizer Morris
asphalt hotbox reclaimer trailer unit with various options.
In recognition of the specialized nature of the equipment components and in the interest of insuring the
safety of the operators, affixing responsibilities, minimizing downtime, maximizing productivity and
insuring proper service, warranty and factory support beyond the point of sale, bids will be accepted only
from equipment dealers who are factory authorized to sell, service and provide warranty support in this
geographic area.
The Suffolk County has evaluated different types of recycling machines and has determined that this product
is best suited for the County’s needs in safety, quality, performance, and long term operating costs. This
specification is not to be interpreted as restrictive, but rather as a measure of the safety, quality and
performance against which all recycling machines will be compared to.
In addition, the items listed below shall be considered as part and parcel to the bid.
Specifications – In the event alternate chassis or equipment brands are bid, each vendor shall at the time of the bid
submit two (2) copies of a technical description of the unit and components he/she proposes to furnish for the purpose
of evaluation. Said representations should be sufficiently detailed so as to address this bid on an item-by-item basis.
Specifications submitted by vendors shall be instrumental in substantiating compliance with this bid.
Brochures – In the event alternate chassis or equipment brands are bid, each vendor shall at the time of the bid, submit
two (2) copies of each manufacturer’s color brochures depicting current production model, by means of photograph of
the unit he/she proposes to furnish for the purpose of evaluation. (Xerox, Fax copy or Artist sketch not acceptable.)
In the event exceptions are taken, the vendor is hereby instructed to annotate and number the exceptions
taken and provide all detail relevant to those exceptions listed by corresponding number on a separate sheet
of paper.
A bidder may not bid multiple products for one bid item. If a bidder offers more than one, only the lowest
prices offering will be considered. In the event price offerings are identical, only the first item listed will
be considered.
Instructions to the Bidders:
In the event an alternate is bid, complete product specifications and brochures as described above shall be
considered mandatory. The information submitted by vendors shall be instrumental in substantiating
compliance with the requirements of this bid. Failure to submit these technical support documents at the time
of the bid shall render the bid non-responsive.
In the event exceptions are taken, the vendor is hereby instructed to annotate and number the exceptions taken and
provide all detail relevant to those exceptions listed by corresponding number on a separate sheet of paper.
Vendors are cautioned that unsubstantiated claims of compliance to the technical specification and/or any written
representations that the product offered is of commensurate capability or an “or equal” nature will not constitute
compliance with this requirement.
No individual claim(s) of compliance, equality or superiority shall receive any consideration in the absence of specific
technical information to support such claims. The issuance of unsupported claims shall render the bid nonresponsive.
In the event an alternate is bid, the Suffolk County reserves the right to request a demonstration within ten (10)
working days of notification. Demonstration will be conducted at a designated location within the County, free of
charge. Failure to comply with a request for demonstration may result in disqualification of bid.
SECTION
SPECIFICATION DETAIL
The intent of this specification is to describe the asphalt hotbox reclaimer
unit designed to manage up to two tons (4,000 lbs) of plant asphalt road
mix.
The unit is designed as a trailer and the hotbox cannot be removed from
the trailer framework.
The unit offers the user the ability to maintain hot mix asphalt or cold
patch material at workable temperatures for up to 60 hours continuously.
Variables in the asphalt will determine the actual limits during this
The described unit also offers to the user the option to “reclaim” asphalt
hot mix from ambient storage temperature to usable hot mix form.
GENERAL
DESCRIPTION A time frame for the reclaiming process can only be determined by “hands
on experience” due to variables such as ambient temperatures during the
process, age of the material to be reclaimed, volume of material to be
reclaimed, etc.
Included in this specification for the trailer mounted unit are options
which are commonly used with this type of equipment.
Option pieces included with this specification are heated tack tank, tack
spray pump, solvent tank, utility hand torch, arrow board or safety beacon
light, loading winch and davit, tool rack, diesel fired burner, dump box,
larger capacity LPG cylinders, low temperature thermostat and hydraulic
surge brakes
The concept of maintaining and reclaiming asphalt hot mix is not
technologically new.
The process has been used in some form for more than three decades.
The increasing pressure to minimize costs by efficiently maintaining and
repairing bituminous surfaces, along with technological manufacturing
advances have increased the need for this type of equipment.
The described unit uses heat to transfer energy into the stored asphalt.
The heat is produced by vapor withdraw of liquefied petroleum (propane)
gas in a burner system.
Energy is transferred by means of convection within the unit from the
burner to the interior walls of the storage bin.
COMPLY
YES
NO
SECTION
CONCEPT
SPECIFICATION DETAIL
The transfer of energy from the storage bin walls to the material and
throughout is by conduction.
Asphalt can be maintained as workable material for lengthy time periods
and/or it can be recycled from a hardened state to a malleable product
when kept at a specified temperature.
The physical properties of the material will vary due to manufacturing and
aging.
A note of caution; over-heating or heating asphalt for extended periods of
time will cause oxidation of the material and irreversible hardening.
NOTE: Plant mix design now incorporates more recycled rap! The mix
must be evaluated on every load for AC richness to ensure your success in
RECLAIMING.
The unit also offers the ability to safely maintain temperatures that
accommodate standard “cold patching” materials.
The heating unit is an efficient use of fuel and controlled by thermostat.
The temperatures can be effectively monitored by thermostat and can be
set to heat from ambient ranges up to a maximum of 350 degrees
Fahrenheit (350oF).
An optional low temperature thermostat is recommended to accommodate
the range suggested for cold patching materials, which is approximately 80
degrees Fahrenheit (80 F).
The asphalt storage bin will hold a capacity of up to two (2) tons of asphalt
hot mix.
The storage bin will be constructed of all welded steel pieces.
The floor will be constructed of one solid piece of 10 gauge steel.
The sides, front and rear walls will be constructed of 14 gauge steel each a
solid piece.
The interior heat exchange funnel will be of 12 gauge solid steel.
All seams will be a continuous weld.
Interior welded ribs at strategic points offer additional structural integrity.
Stainless steel panels fabricated of 14 gauge steel and high temperature
insulation are attached at strategic points to offer protection from
overheating areas of the enclosure.
The rear panel of the bin provides a single shovel port attached to the outer
ASPHALT
skin of the unit by welded 14 ga. metal.
STORAGE BIN
The tapered wall of the storage bin offers gravity feed of the material
towards the shovel port.
Attached to the storage bin is the outer shell of the unit.
The outer shell will be fabricated of braced 16 gauge steel.
The bottom floor of the unit supports the storage bin with braced channel.
A third wall of reflective aluminum is attached and located between the
storage bin and the outer shell.
COMPLY
YES
NO
SECTION
SPECIFICATION DETAIL
o
A 2,300 degree Fahrenheit (2,300 F) refractory ceramic insulation located
between the reflective wall and bottom floor insulates the bottom of the
unit.
High temperature fiber glass insulation not less than two inches (2”) in
thickness insulates the exterior walls of the unit.
All pieces of the outer shell will be of continuous weld construction.
The heat source is a 60,000 BTU liquid propane gas vapor burner.
HEATING
SYSTEM
SHOVELING
PORT
Temperature is monitored by a thermostat.
The thermostat controls the temperature settings from 175 to 350 degrees
Fahrenheit.
Gas control valve power is supplied by a self-maintaining 750 MV power
pile generator.
An electric Piezo igniter provides manual pilot ignition.
Main gas valve provides the one hundred (100%) percent safety shut-off
feature in the event of pilot failure.
The LPG burner is mounted under the storage bin.
An access panel allows installation, removal and maintenance of the
burner.
A 14 gauge stainless steel panel is incorporated to offer protection from
direct heat and diverts the heat around asphalt hopper bin.
High temperature insulation, reflective aluminum and stainless steel
deflect heat to provide optimum efficiency.
A combination of convection heating and conduction heating which will
provide the energy required to heat the material enclosed in the storage
bin.
Vapor withdrawal from two (2) 30 pound cylinders at the front area of the
unit are provided, the cylinders will supply fuel to the burner system.
The cylinders shall be secured safely for travel by permanently attached
3/16” chains and adjustable turnbuckles.
Approved fuel supply hoses will be supplied with the unit.
Automatic changeover gas controls will be supplied and attached to the
unit.
A single shoveling port located at the rear of the unit is provided for
unloading material.
The shovel port must be large enough to accommodate standard use
asphalt shovels.
The doors will be fabricated of welded 16 gauge steel with high
temperature insulation enclosed inside the doors.
The doors travel in a sliding track which is equipped with a safety latch
feature to keep shovel doors open during use.
The shovel port is to be a minimum of 16” high by 16” wide.
COMPLY
YES
NO
SECTION
SPECIFICATION DETAIL
The shovel brackets shall be located on the passenger side of box; they are
a holster type design to aid in the storage of shovels.
The brackets will be permanently attached and capable of securing not less
SHOVEL
than two (2) standard asphalt type shovels during travel.
BRACKETS
The shovel shall be easily accessible from the rear working area of the
unit.
A single shock assisted lid is designed to accommodate easy loading of
asphalt.
The cover/lid will be constructed of 16 gauge steel insulated with not less
than 3” of high temperature insulation to offer optimum efficiency.
The shock assisted handle allows easy, one man lid opening and prop rod
FILLING DOORS is inserted into position and does not allow the lid to close without the user
removing the prop rod.
Additional grab handles are located on the opposite sides of the lid.
When in the open position, the top cover creates a funnel designed large
enough to easily maneuver the unit under standard asphalt filling stations
(batch or silo type plants) for filling.
Trailer frame will be 6” @ 8.2 pound channel (8” @ 11.5 pound structural
channel is standard with Dump Box Option) outer frame including front
and rear cross members.
Interior cross members to be 4” @ 5.4 pound channel.
The trailer shall have single 7000# rated torque flex axle with 3” drop for
a low profile.
Wheels to be 16”, white spoked rims and ST235/80R16 tires with a
minimum load rating of 3520 lbs. each.
Tires indicating the USDOT Tire Identification Number (required by DOT
after 01/01/2008) shall be used.
Twelve volt DC electric brakes will be provided on all wheels.
TRAILER
Front leveling jack shall be 5000 pound minimum capacity with 15”
DESIGN
adjustable pad. Towing eye to be solid forged steel with minimum 3”
interior diameter with height adjustment.
Safety chains will be permanent attached 3/8” Class III with grab hooks.
Combination stop/tail lights and marker lights will be properly located and
wired with not less than 16 gauge UL approved wiring.
The front frame of the trailer will enclose the utility area.
3/16” (#3) braced expanded steel grating shall be the flooring of the utility
area.
Permanent attached hooks located inside of the trailer frame offer safety
securing devices for tools and equipment during travel.
Cross member framework will aid in securing the propane cylinders.
All pieces exposed shall be properly coated.
COMPLY
YES
NO
SECTION
PAINT
COMPLY
SPECIFICATION DETAIL
YES
NO
All raw materials used in the manufacturing process shall be new and
unused and properly coated with an industrial equipment primer and
industrial equipment paint coating.
Keizer-Morris International yellow will be the primary coating color.
RUST PREVENTIVE ABRASION RESISTANT COATING
YES
Asphalt Patcher underside and frame must be coated in Megaflex
Preventive Abrasion Resistant Coating.
Coating must be a one part acrylic base self-priming, thixotropic
semi-paste coating that contains at least 36% highly elastic in waterdispersed polymers.
Coating must be fluid applied and cure to form a seamless rubber antirust and waterproof coating that can be applied over clean dry
surfaces of other tight coatings. V.O.C. (Volatile Organic Compound)
shall be 0.01 or less.
Coating must be 100% waterproof
Coating must be 100% ultra-violet resistant so as not to break down
as a result of long-term exposure to sunlight
Coating must be capable of 200% elongation so as to completely
prevent cracking due to expansion and contraction as well as dimpling
resulting from impacts
Coating must afford excellent chemical resistance to acids alkalis,
salts and fuels. Coating must be self-extinguishing
Coating must dry to a smooth texture.
Coating dry film thickness shall be 14 mil.
Coatings offered shall have been tested in the following areas
Results shall be in the minimum acceptable to Suffolk County
Test documentation must be available to Suffolk County upon request
Specific Gravity not less than 1.28
Solids by Weight Not less than 67%
Solids by Volume Not less than 57% Spread Rate
400 grams p/sq. meter, per coat at not less than 13 mils.
Dry Time: 30 minutes at 70 degrees F. and 50% relative humidity.
NO
YES
Cure Time: 48-72 hours after final coat
Application Temperature: Not less than 45 degrees on substrate.
Primer 33% diluted Megaflex
Elasticity: 200% Water Tightness: 14 mils, waterproof
Hardness: Shore “A” hardness 70
Vapor Permeability: grams pq vapor p/1 sq. meter per 24 hours
Fire Resistance: Self-extinguishing
High Temperature Stability: Unaffected by temperatures of 250
degrees F.
Salt Spray Test: 100% resistant
Aging and Adhesion: Unaffected after 800 hours of testing from 60
degrees C. to minus 20 degrees C. with rain, frost, UV light and
humidity
Sulfur Dioxide Resistance: Resistant to hot, humid atmosphere of 7%
concentration of sulfur dioxide
Ozone Resistance: Unaffected by an environment containing 1 ppm
ozone for 30 days
Impact Resistance: Hot Water Immersion Unaffected after 1,000
hours immersion in 100 degrees F. water
90 Newtons, no damage, Alkalis Resistance Resists 100% against
sodium hydroxide at ph 14
Coating shall be applied to the Asphalt Patcher underside and frame.
Color black
Important Safety Note: In the interest of eliminating
harmful fumes which can result from welding
procedures, coating used on Asphalt Patcher underside
and frame must be free of lead, Volatile Organic
Compounds or any other hazardous materials as
evidenced by MSDS/OSHA. Form 174 to be submitted
at the time of the bid.
NO
YES
30 gallon capacity tank shall be supplied to transport and heat asphalt tack
coatings.
Interior, gravity feed designed tank will be of continuous welded 14 gauge
steel.
The bottom surface of the interior tank to be insulated with high
temperature refractory ceramic insulation and stainless steel in order to
protect from overheating material.
The outer shell of the tank shall be fabricated of 16 gauge steel, all welded
seams.
High temperature insulation along with a third wall of reflective aluminum
shall be attached to the outer shell to aid in heating efficiency.
A 1” on/off ball type valve with spout will be supplied to draw the
HEATED
material.
LIQUID TACK
The lid will be a weather resistant enclosure attached by hinge with
TANK
lockable latch.
(OPTION 1)
The heated storage unit will be bolted on with not less than 3/8” hardware
and removable if required.
A 10,000 BTU propane gas vapor burner will provide heating for material.
Convection heating will transfer energy to the tank and material.
The burner will be thermostatically controlled from 0-150 degrees
Fahrenheit.
Power to operate the gas control to be supplied by a 750 MV power pile
generator with 100% safety shutdown.
An electric Piezo igniter provides manual pilot ignition.
The thermostat will be supplied with a stop pin to limit the maximum
temperature setting and avoid possible material overheating.
A positive displacement, iron gear pump with built in pressure relief valve
will provide the ability to spray 3 GPM of tack coating.
The pump shall be pre-piped and supplied with an application wand and
LIQUID TACK
15 feet of hose.
SPRAY PUMP
The pump will be driven by a 5.5 HP gasoline engine.
(OPTION 2)
The piping to be complete with a valve and hose for flushing the suction
piping, pump and wand with water after each use.
This option requires the purchase of the Heated Liquid Tack Tank option
(above).
A 7 gallon capacity utility tank shall be supplied for use with cleaning
fluids.
SOLVENT The tank will be manufactured of 16 gauge welded steel.
UTILITY
A 3/4” on/off ball type valve with spout will be supplied to draw the
TANK
material.
(OPTION 3) The tank to be bolted on with not less than 3/8” hardware and removable if
required.
NO
YES
The tank will allow for cleaning of two standard asphalt shovels.
A 50,000 BTU hand torch with 15’ of hose shall be supplied.
The torch will receive its fuel supply from the existing liquid propane gas
cylinders which supply the fuel to the unit.
The torch to have connections located at the rear of the unit making it
UTILITY
HAND TORCH nearest to the normal working area.
(OPTION 4) 3/8” approved quick couplings to be used for easy removal.
A manual lighting procedure will be required for ignition.
On/off flow control type valve shall be attached to the torch.
If this option is selected with the diesel fired burner option, it will be
supplied with a stand-alone thirty pound fuel cylinder.
Proper wiring and brackets shall be provided for safety marking
equipment.
Arrow warning light bar is switched to allow the user to warn and/or direct
the arrow left, right, bar or left and right. KMI standard is the Soundoff
signal Trafficmaster amber directional board with controller.
Safety beacon light will be switched to allow the user to turn the light on
or off.
The switch location will be in the control panel of the main heating unit.
Specifications must be supplied with purchase order to determine the
correct safety light(s).
Two (2), 100 pound liquid propane gas cylinders will be included on the
unit.
These cylinders will be in lieu of (2) standard thirty pound cylinders.
LARGER
Safety chains will be supplied to secure the cylinders at all times.
CAPACITY
Chains to be permanently attached and are a minimum of 3/16” chain.
LPG
NOTE: The heating unit provided offers optimum efficiency and will
CYLINDERS
effectively operate with fuel supplied from thirty pound LPG cylinders or
(OPTION 6)
greater.
It is suggested by the manufacturer to consider the use of sixty pound
cylinders or smaller for ease of handling by the end user(s).
Manual operated loading winch and davit will be supplied and attached to
LOADING the trailer.
WINCH AND The winch shall have a minimum capacity of 1000 lbs.
DAVIT
It will be located at or near the utility area of the trailer in order to aid with
(OPTION 7) loading and unloading miscellaneous items.
The winch and davit will be maneuverable in a 360 degree motion.
The Tool Rack shall be capable of storing up to six (6) implements in an
TOOL RACK
upright position in the utility area.
(OPTION 8)
The frame is constructed of steel angle iron.
The hotbox/reclaimer body shall be fabricated with an additional heavy
duty channel steel support frame and hydraulic scissor type hoist.
The hoist will be sized to provide a minimum of 150% of the required
lifting capacity.
WARNING
SIGNAL/ARRO
W BAR
(OPTION 5)
NO
The hoist will be operated by means of a 12 volt electric pump with
integral oil reservoir and push button operator with 10 ft. cord.
The push button operator will have a lockable storage box to prevent
unauthorized access. The box can dump at up to a 51 degree angle.
The unit will be supplied with a pre-wired 12 volt battery and towing
vehicle charging system as well as a built in 110 volt/12 volt battery
charger for overnight charging.
Asphalt storage compartment shall be heated by a diesel fired 12VDC
burner.
Burner rating shall be a minimum of 105,000 BTU.
The diesel burner to be equipped with an automatic electronic ignition
system.
The diesel burner will supply primary combustion air and fuel into the
insulated fire box during operation.
It will be equipped with 100% safety fuel shut down if burner ignition
fails.
DIESEL FIRED The combustion chamber temperature will be monitored.
(OPTION 10) In the event of abnormally high temperature in in the chamber, the fuel
supply will be cut off the burner will automatically shut down.
The diesel burner heating system shall be thermostatically controlled.
The temperature settings shall be adjustable between 175 and 350 degrees
Fahrenheit.
The heating system will be supplied power by a 12 volt battery maintained
through the towing vehicle charging system; an on board 110 volt/12volt
battery charger to be supplied for overnight charging.
The heating system fuel supply tank shall contain a minimum of 25
gallons.
DUMP BOX
(OPTION 9)
HYDRAULIC
Trailer shall be supplied with a 20,000# hydraulic brake actuator and dual
SURGE
7000# (each) hydraulic brake axle assembly in place of the standard
BRAKES
electric brakes.
(OPTION 11)
The heating system controls shall have an additional adjustable low range
THERMOSTAT thermostat (55 to 175 degree F.) and a toggle selector switch to allow
(OPTION 12) operation in either high or low temperature range.
LOW TEMP
The main hotbox controls shall be supplied with an electromechanical
timer, 120 volt, single phase, to allow for unattended on/off control of the
hotbox thermostat circuit.
The timer shall be in a steel enclosure with Normally Open, DPST, 2 HP
rated contacts.
24-HOUR
Minimum time setting to be 1 hour and maximum time setting to be 23
TIMER
hours.
(OPTION 13)
Maximum on/off cycles: 12.
Timer to be prewired into the hotbox thermostat circuit thru a manual
toggle switch.
The timer is to be supplied with a 120 volt, single phase, male receptacle
permanently mounted in the main control panel.
The electrical back up warmer offers the unit the ability to keep mix at
current temperature without the presence of flame or burner run.
The unit utilizes a single phase 220 amp 30 amp triad 5000 watt heating
ELECTRICAL element.
BACK-UP The controls are housed in a NEMA 4 enclosure and the unit comes
WARMER standard with flanged receptacle and plug.
(OPTION 14) NOTE: A 220 volt 30 amp circuit breaker and appropriate cord are
required but are not supplied.
Should you have need for an option not listed above, please contact us to
discuss your requirements.
One (1) Multiquip MVC88, as per the following:
PLATE
COMPACTOR
TAMPER
(OPTION 15)
Honda GX160 Gase Engine
Hour meter/tach
Sealed Belt Cover
Cob Tooth Belt
Centrifugal Force 3372LBF, 15KN
Exciter Speed
Plate Size: 19.7 x 20.7
Tamper shall have a secure mount for transport on hot box.
SPARE TIRE
Spare Tire and Rim - ST235/80R16 and rim shall be mounted on the
AND RIM
trailer.
(OPTION 16)
SECTION
SPECIFICATION DETAIL
COMPLY
YES
Item 12 - KM 8000T ASPHALT HOTBOX RECLAIMER TRAILER UNIT
The intent of this specification is to describe the asphalt hotbox reclaimer
unit designed to manage up to four (4) tons (8,000 lbs) of plant asphalt
road mix.
The unit is designed as a trailer and the hotbox cannot be removed from
the trailer framework.
The unit offers the user the ability to maintain hot mix asphalt or cold
patch material at workable temperatures for up to 60 hours continuously.
Variables in the asphalt will determine the actual limits during this
process.
The described unit also offers to the user the option to “reclaim” asphalt
GENERAL
hot mix from ambient storage temperature to usable hot mix form.
DESCRIPTION
A time frame for the reclaiming process can only be determined by “hands
on experience” due to variables such as ambient temperatures during the
process, age of the material to be reclaimed, volume of material to be
reclaimed, etc.
Included in this specification for the trailer mounted unit are options
which are commonly used with this type of equipment.
Option pieces included with this specification are heated tack tank, tack
spray pump, solvent tank, utility hand torch, arrow board or safety beacon
light, loading winch and davit, tool rack, diesel fired burner, dump box,
larger capacity LPG cylinders, low temperature thermostat and hydraulic
surge brakes.
The concept of maintaining and reclaiming asphalt hot mix is not
technologically new.
The process has been used in some form for more than three decades.
The increasing pressure to minimize costs by efficiently maintaining and
repairing bituminous surfaces, along with technological manufacturing
advances have increased the need for this type of equipment.
The described unit uses heat to transfer energy into the stored asphalt.
The heat is produced by vapor withdraw of liquefied petroleum (propane)
gas in a burner system.
Energy is transferred by means of convection within the unit from the
burner to the interior walls of the storage bin.
NO
SECTION
SPECIFICATION DETAIL
The transfer of energy from the storage bin walls to the material and
throughout is by conduction.
Asphalt can be maintained as workable material for lengthy time periods
and/or it can be recycled from a hardened state to a malleable product
when kept at a specified temperature.
CONCEPT
The physical properties of the material will vary due to manufacturing and
aging.
A note of caution; over-heating or heating asphalt for extended periods of
time will cause oxidation of the material and irreversible hardening.
NOTE: Plant mix design now incorporates more recycled rap! The mix
must be evaluated on every load for AC richness to ensure your success in
RECLAIMING.
The unit also offers the ability to safely maintain temperatures that
accommodate standard “cold patching” materials.
The heating unit is an efficient use of fuel and controlled by thermostat.
The temperatures can be effectively monitored by thermostat and can be
set to heat from ambient ranges up to a maximum of 350 degrees
Fahrenheit (350oF).
An optional low temperature thermostat is recommended to accommodate
the range suggested for cold patching materials, which is approximately 80
degrees Fahrenheit (80 F).
The asphalt storage bin will hold a capacity of four (4) tons of material.
The storage bin measures 64” x 72” x 56” from base of bin to peak.
The design offers gravity feed of the material towards the shovel ports.
The asphalt bin is constructed of four (4) 12 gauge welded steel walls.
The floor will be constructed of one solid piece of 12 gauge steel.
A third wall of reflective aluminum is attached and located between the
storage bin and the outer shell.
2,300 degree Fahrenheit refractory ceramic insulation located between the
ASPHALT
STORAGE BIN reflective wall and bottom floor insulates the bottom of the unit.
High temperature fiber glass insulation not less than 2” in thickness
insulates the exterior walls of the unit.
The outer shell will be fabricated of braced 16 gauge steel.
All seams will be a continuous weld.
Interior gussets and supports welded at strategic points provide additional
fabricating rigidity.
The rear panel of the bin provides two (2) 16” x 20” shovel ports.
The heat source is a 60,000 BTU liquid propane gas vapor burner.
Temperature is monitored by a thermostat.
The thermostat controls the temperature settings from 175 to 350 degrees
Fahrenheit.
COMPLY
YES
NO
SECTION
SPECIFICATION DETAIL
A gas control valve controls the fuel flow and power is supplied by a selfmaintaining 750 MV power pile generator.
A solid state electronic igniter provides manual push button pilot ignition.
HEATING
SYSTEM
Main gas valve provides the one hundred (100%) percent safety shut-off
feature in the event of pilot failure.
The LPG burner is mounted under the storage bin.
An access panel allows installation, removal and maintenance of the
burner.
A 14 gauge stainless steel panel is incorporated to offer protection from
direct heat and diverts the heat around asphalt hopper bin.
High temperature insulation, reflective aluminum and stainless steel
deflect heat to provide optimum efficiency.
The combination of insulation and the “stainless steel diverter” enhances
convection heating and conduction heating which will provide the energy
required to heat the material enclosed in the storage bin.
Liquefied petroleum gas fuel is supplied by propane cylinders.
Vapor withdrawal from the cylinders will supply fuel to the burner system.
SHOVELING
PORT
SHOVEL
BRACKETS
Provisions for securing two (2) 30 pound cylinders at the front area of the
unit are provided.
The cylinders shall be secured safely for travel by permanently attached
3/16” chains and adjustable turnbuckles.
UL approved fuel supply hoses shall be supplied with the unit.
Automatic changeover gas controls will be supplied and attached to the
unit.
A single shoveling port located at the rear of the unit is provided for
unloading material.
The shovel port must be large enough to accommodate standard use
asphalt shovels.
The doors will be fabricated of welded 16 gauge steel with high
temperature insulation enclosed inside the doors.
The doors travel in a sliding track which is equipped with a safety latch
feature to keep shovel doors open during use.
The shovel port is to be a minimum of 16” high by 20” wide.
The shovel brackets shall be located on the passenger side of box; they are
a holster type design to aid in the storage of shovels.
The brackets will be permanently attached and capable of securing not less
than two (2) standard asphalt type shovels during travel.
The shovel shall be easily accessible from the rear working area of the unit
(except on dump units).
Two (2) manual peaked top doors form the lid.
COMPLY
YES
NO
SECTION
SPECIFICATION DETAIL
Each door will be constructed of 16 gauge steel insulated with not less
than 3” inches of high temperature insulation to offer optimum efficiency.
The two doors measure 32” x 72” and shall be 3.25” thick.
Two (2) cantilevered handles allow easy, one man lid opening and closing.
The handles to be fabricated of square tubing and allow the user to open
FILLING DOORS and close the unit from a ground standing position.
A replaceable gas spring shall be affixed to each door to reduce opening
force as well as hold the door in the open position for filling.
The maximum opening force required to be no more than 15 lbs.
Additional grab handles to be located on the opposite sides of the lid.
When in the open position, the lids creates a funnel designed large enough
to easily maneuver the unit under standard asphalt stations (batch or silo
type plants) for filling and open to protect the unit.
Trailer frame will be 6” @ 8.2 pound structural channel (8” @ 11.5 pound
structural channel is standard with Dump Box Option) outer frame
including front and rear cross members.
Trailer incorporates six (6) cross members total.
Interior cross members to be 4” @ 5.4 pound channel.
The trailer shall have tandem, 7000# rated axles. 24”, five (5) leaf slipper
springs will be used for suspension.
Wheels to be 16”, white spoked rims and ST235/80R16 tires with a
minimum load rating of 3510# each.
Spare Tire and Rim - ST235/80R16 and rim shall be mounted on the
trailer.
Twelve volt DC electric brakes will be provided on all wheels.
adjustable pad.
Towing eye to be solid forged steel, 20,000 pound rated, with minimum 3”
TRAILER
interior diameter and height adjustment.
DESIGN
Overall standard length to be 18’ x 96” - height of unit is 84”. Safety
chains will be permanent attached 3/8” Class III with grab hooks.
Combination LED stop/tail lights and marker lights will be properly
located and wired with not less than 16 gauge UL approved wiring.
Trailers shall be compliant with NATM requirements.
The front frame of the trailer will enclose the utility area.
3/16” (#3) braced expanded steel grating (meets deflection requirements of
Federal Specification RR-G-661-B) shall be the flooring of the utility area.
Permanent attached hooks located inside of the trailer frame offer safety
securing devices for tools and equipment during travel.
Cross member framework will aid in securing the propane cylinders.
COMPLY
YES
NO
SECTION
PAINT
COMPLY
SPECIFICATION DETAIL
YES
NO
The fenders shall be a minimum of 3/16” steel “diamond” floor plate for
slip resistance and rigid enough to be used as a work platform.
Protective tail light pockets will be an integral part of each fender.
All pieces exposed shall be properly coated.
All raw materials used in the manufacturing process shall be new and
unused and properly coated with an industrial equipment primer and
industrial equipment paint coating.
Keizer-Morris International yellow will be the primary coating color.
RUST PREVENTIVE ABRASION RESISTANT COATING
YES
Asphalt Patcher underside and frame must be coated in Megaflex
Preventive Abrasion Resistant Coating.
Coating must be a one part acrylic base self-priming, thixotropic
semi-paste coating that contains at least 36% highly elastic in waterdispersed polymers.
Coating must be fluid applied and cure to form a seamless rubber antirust and waterproof coating that can be applied over clean dry
surfaces of other tight coatings. V.O.C. (Volatile Organic Compound)
shall be 0.01 or less.
Coating must be 100% waterproof
Coating must be 100% ultra-violet resistant so as not to break down
as a result of long-term exposure to sunlight
Coating must be capable of 200% elongation so as to completely
prevent cracking due to expansion and contraction as well as dimpling
resulting from impacts
Coating must afford excellent chemical resistance to acids alkalis,
salts and fuels. Coating must be self-extinguishing
Coating must dry to a smooth texture.
Coating dry film thickness shall be 14 mil.
Coatings offered shall have been tested in the following areas
Results shall be in the minimum acceptable to Suffolk County
Test documentation must be available to Suffolk County upon request
Specific Gravity not less than 1.28
Solids by Weight Not less than 67%
Solids by Volume Not less than 57% Spread Rate
400 grams p/sq. meter, per coat at not less than 13 mils.
Dry Time: 30 minutes at 70 degrees F. and 50% relative humidity.
NO
YES
Cure Time: 48-72 hours after final coat
Application Temperature: Not less than 45 degrees on substrate.
Primer 33% diluted Megaflex
Elasticity: 200% Water Tightness: 14 mils, waterproof
Hardness: Shore “A” hardness 70
Vapor Permeability: grams pq vapor p/1 sq. meter per 24 hours
Fire Resistance: Self-extinguishing
High Temperature Stability: Unaffected by temperatures of 250
degrees F.
Salt Spray Test: 100% resistant
Aging and Adhesion: Unaffected after 800 hours of testing from 60
degrees C. to minus 20 degrees C. with rain, frost, UV light and
humidity
Sulfur Dioxide Resistance: Resistant to hot, humid atmosphere of 7%
concentration of sulfur dioxide
Ozone Resistance: Unaffected by an environment containing 1 ppm
ozone for 30 days
Impact Resistance: Hot Water Immersion Unaffected after 1,000
hours immersion in 100 degrees F. water
90 Newtons, no damage, Alkalis Resistance Resists 100% against
sodium hydroxide at ph 14
Coating shall be applied to the Asphalt Patcher underside and frame.
Color black
Important Safety Note: In the interest of eliminating
harmful fumes which can result from welding
procedures, coating used on Asphalt Patcher underside
and frame must be free of lead, Volatile Organic
Compounds or any other hazardous materials as
evidenced by MSDS/OSHA. Form 174 to be submitted
at the time of the bid.
NO
YES
30 gallon capacity tank shall be supplied to transport and heat asphalt tack
coatings.
Interior, gravity feed designed tank will be of continuous welded 14 gauge
steel.
The bottom surface of the interior tank to be insulated with high
temperature refractory ceramic insulation and stainless steel in order to
protect from overheating material.
The outer shell of the tank shall be fabricated of 16 gauge steel, all welded
seams.
High temperature insulation along with a third wall of reflective aluminum
shall be attached to the outer shell to aid in heating efficiency.
A 1” on/off ball type valve with spout will be supplied to draw the
HEATED
material.
LIQUID TACK
The lid will be a weather resistant enclosure attached by hinge with
TANK
lockable latch.
(OPTION 1)
The heated storage unit will be bolted on with not less than 3/8” hardware
and removable if required.
A 10,000 BTU propane gas vapor burner will provide heating for material.
Convection heating will transfer energy to the tank and material.
The burner will be thermostatically controlled from 0-150 degrees
Fahrenheit.
Power to operate the gas control to be supplied by a 750 MV power pile
generator with 100% safety shutdown.
An electric Piezo igniter provides manual pilot ignition.
The thermostat will be supplied with a stop pin to limit the maximum
temperature setting and avoid possible material overheating.
A positive displacement, iron gear pump with built in pressure relief valve
will provide the ability to spray 3 GPM of tack coating.
The pump shall be pre-piped and supplied with an application wand and
LIQUID TACK
15 feet of hose.
SPRAY PUMP
The pump will be driven by a 5.5 HP gasoline engine.
(OPTION 2)
The piping to be complete with a valve and hose for flushing the suction
piping, pump and wand with water after each use.
This option requires the purchase of the Heated Liquid Tack Tank option
(above).
A 7 gallon capacity utility tank shall be supplied for use with cleaning
fluids.
SOLVENT The tank will be manufactured of 16 gauge welded steel.
UTILITY
A 3/4” on/off ball type valve with spout will be supplied to draw the
TANK
material.
(OPTION 3) The tank to be bolted on with not less than 3/8” hardware and removable if
required.
NO
YES
The tank will allow for cleaning of two standard asphalt shovels.
A 50,000 BTU hand torch with 15’ of hose shall be supplied.
The torch will receive its fuel supply from the existing liquid propane gas
cylinders which supply the fuel to the unit.
The torch to have connections located at the rear of the unit making it
UTILITY
HAND TORCH nearest to the normal working area.
(OPTION 4) 3/8” approved quick couplings to be used for easy removal.
A manual lighting procedure will be required for ignition.
On/off flow control type valve shall be attached to the torch.
If this option is selected with the diesel fired burner option, it will be
supplied with a stand-alone thirty pound fuel cylinder.
Proper wiring and brackets shall be provided for safety marking
equipment.
Arrow warning light bar is switched to allow the user to warn and/or direct
the arrow left, right, bar or left and right. KMI standard is the Soundoff
signal Trafficmaster amber directional board with controller.
Safety beacon light will be switched to allow the user to turn the light on
or off.
The switch location will be in the control panel of the main heating unit.
Specifications must be supplied with purchase order to determine the
correct safety light(s).
Two (2), 100 pound liquid propane gas cylinders will be included on the
unit.
These cylinders will be in lieu of (2) standard thirty pound cylinders.
LARGER
Safety chains will be supplied to secure the cylinders at all times.
CAPACITY
Chains to be permanently attached and are a minimum of 3/16” chain.
LPG
NOTE: The heating unit provided offers optimum efficiency and will
CYLINDERS
effectively operate with fuel supplied from thirty pound LPG cylinders or
(OPTION 6)
greater.
It is suggested by the manufacturer to consider the use of sixty pound
cylinders or smaller for ease of handling by the end user(s).
Manual operated loading winch and davit will be supplied and attached to
LOADING the trailer.
WINCH AND The winch shall have a minimum capacity of 1000 lbs.
DAVIT
It will be located at or near the utility area of the trailer in order to aid with
(OPTION 7) loading and unloading miscellaneous items.
The winch and davit will be maneuverable in a 360 degree motion.
The Tool Rack shall be capable of storing up to six (6) implements in an
TOOL RACK
upright position in the utility area.
(OPTION 8)
The frame is constructed of steel angle iron.
The hotbox/reclaimer body shall be fabricated with an additional heavy
duty channel steel support frame and hydraulic scissor type hoist.
The hoist will be sized to provide a minimum of 150% of the required
lifting capacity.
WARNING
SIGNAL/ARRO
W BAR
(OPTION 5)
NO
The hoist will be operated by means of a 12 volt electric pump with
integral oil reservoir and push button operator with 10 ft. cord.
The push button operator will have a lockable storage box to prevent
unauthorized access. The box can dump at up to a 51 degree angle.
The unit will be supplied with a pre-wired 12 volt battery and towing
vehicle charging system as well as a built in 110 volt/12 volt battery
charger for overnight charging.
Asphalt storage compartment shall be heated by a diesel fired 12VDC
burner.
Burner rating shall be a minimum of 105,000 BTU.
The diesel burner to be equipped with an automatic electronic ignition
system.
The diesel burner will supply primary combustion air and fuel into the
insulated fire box during operation.
It will be equipped with 100% safety fuel shut down if burner ignition
fails.
DIESEL FIRED The combustion chamber temperature will be monitored.
(OPTION 10) In the event of abnormally high temperature in in the chamber, the fuel
supply will be cut off the burner will automatically shut down.
The diesel burner heating system shall be thermostatically controlled.
The temperature settings shall be adjustable between 175 and 350 degrees
Fahrenheit.
The heating system will be supplied power by a 12 volt battery maintained
through the towing vehicle charging system; an on board 110 volt/12volt
battery charger to be supplied for overnight charging.
The heating system fuel supply tank shall contain a minimum of 25
gallons.
DUMP BOX
(OPTION 9)
HYDRAULIC
Trailer shall be supplied with a 20,000# hydraulic brake actuator and dual
SURGE
7000# (each) hydraulic brake axle assembly in place of the standard
BRAKES
electric brakes.
(OPTION 11)
The heating system controls shall have an additional adjustable low range
THERMOSTAT thermostat (55 to 175 degree F.) and a toggle selector switch to allow
(OPTION 12) operation in either high or low temperature range.
LOW TEMP
The main hotbox controls shall be supplied with an electromechanical
timer, 120 volt, single phase, to allow for unattended on/off control of the
hotbox thermostat circuit.
The timer shall be in a steel enclosure with Normally Open, DPST, 2 HP
rated contacts.
24-HOUR
Minimum time setting to be 1 hour and maximum time setting to be 23
TIMER
hours.
(OPTION 13)
Maximum on/off cycles: 12.
Timer to be prewired into the hotbox thermostat circuit thru a manual
toggle switch.
The timer is to be supplied with a 120 volt, single phase, male receptacle
permanently mounted in the main control panel.
The electrical back up warmer offers the unit the ability to keep mix at
current temperature without the presence of flame or burner run.
The unit utilizes a single phase 220 amp 30 amp triad 5000 watt heating
ELECTRICAL element.
BACK-UP The controls are housed in a NEMA 4 enclosure and the unit comes
WARMER standard with flanged receptacle and plug.
(OPTION 14) NOTE: A 220 volt 30 amp circuit breaker and appropriate cord are
required but are not supplied.
Should you have need for an option not listed above, please contact us to
discuss your requirements.
One (1) Multiquip MVC88, as per the following:
PLATE
COMPACTOR
TAMPER
(OPTION 15)
Honda GX160 Gase Engine
Hour meter/tach
Sealed Belt Cover
Cob Tooth Belt
Centrifugal Force 3372LBF, 15KN
Exciter Speed
Plate Size: 19.7 x 20.7
Tamper shall have a secure mount for transport on hot box.
SPARE TIRE
Spare Tire and Rim - ST235/80R16 and rim shall be mounted on the
AND RIM
trailer.
(OPTION 16)
Base Package
Price
ITEM 1 - RUBBER TRACK LOADER
(HIGH FLOW TL10 OR EQUAL
OPTION 1- COLD PLANER
OPTION 2- SNOW PLOWER
ITEM 2 - SKID STEER LOADER V400
OR EQUAL
OPTION 1- COLD PLANER
OPTION 2 -SNOW BLOWER
ITEM 3 – RUBBER TRACK LOADER TL
12C OR EQUAL
OPTION 1 – COLD PLANER
OPTION 2 – SNOW BLOWER (2 STAGE)
OPTION 3 – MINI BACKHOE
OPTION 4 – 4 IN 1 BUCKET
OPTION 5 – PALLET FORKS
ITEM 4 – 40 FOOT DUMP TRAILER
ALUMINUM BODY STEEL FRAME
OPTION 1- SWING GATE
ITEM 5 – 40 FOOT DUMP TRAILER
ALUMINUM BODY STEEL FRAME
OPTION 1 – SWING GATE
ITEM 6 – 30 FOOT DUMP TRAILER
STEEL BODY STEEL FRAME
OPTION 1 – SWING GATE
ITEM 7 – 30 FOOT DUMP TRAILER
STEEL BODY STEEL FRAME
OPTION 1 – SWING GATE
ITEM 8 – ARTICULATED WHEEL
LOADER (W/500 OPERATING HOURS
OR LESS
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Price
In
ITEM 9 – SOLAR TECH ARROW
BOARD MODEL AB-0515 OR EQUAL
ITEM NO. 10 – MOBILE STOCK
PICKERS MSP SERIES 15 MSP OR
EQUAL
ITEM 11: 2 TON K&M HOT PATCHER
OR EQUAL
OPTION 1-HEATED LIQUID TACK
TANK
OPTION 2 - LIQUID TACK SPRAY
PUMP
OPTION 3 -SOLVENT UTILITY TANK
OPTION 4- UTILITY HAND TORCH
OPTION 5- WARNING SIGNAL/ARROW
BOARD
OPTION 6- LARGE CAPACITY
PROPANE
OPTION 7-WINCH AND DAVIT
OPTION 8- TOOL RACK
OPTION 9- DUMP BOX
OPTION 10- DIESEL FIRED STORAGE
COMP.
OPTION 11- HYDRAULIC SURGE
BRAKES
OPTION 12- LOW TEMP
THERMOSTAT
OPTION 13-24 HOUR TIMER
OPTION 14- ELECTRIC BACK-UP
WARMER
OPTION 15- PLATE COMPACTOR
OPTION 16 - SPARE TIRE AND RIM
ITEM 12: 4 TON K&M HOT PATCHER
OPTION 1- HEATED LIQUID TACK
TANK
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OPTION 2- LIQUID TACK SPRAY
PUMP
OPTOIN 3- SOLVENT UTILITY TANK
OPTION 4 -UTILITY HAND TORCH
OPTION 5- WARNING SIGNAL/ARROW
BOARD
OPTION 6- LARGE CAPACITY
PROPANE
OPTION 7- WINCH AND DAVIT
OPTION 8 -
TOOL RACK
OPTION 9 -
DUMP BOX
OPTION 10- DIESEL FIRED STORAGE
COMP.
OPTION 11- HYDRAULIC SURGE
BRAKES
OPTION 12- LOW TEMP
THERMOSTAT
OPTION 13- 24 HOUR TIMER
OPTION 14- ELECTRIC BACK-UP
WARMER
OPTION 15 -PLATE COMPACTOR
OPTION 16- SPARE TIRE AND RIM
Page 78 of 79
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SUFFOLK COUNTY
INSTRUCTIONS
TO BIDDERS
Revised 7/2014
SUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
WORKS YAPHANK, NEW YORK
E.
Cash Discount. Incentive offered by a
seller to a buyer for settling the invoice
immediately on delivery or in a period
substantially shorter than the conventional
period in that industry or market.
F.
Class Bid. Bids that encompass more
than one item that share common
attributes or traits.
EXHIBIT A - INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS AND
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS TO BE COMPLIED
WITH WHERE APPLICABLE
1.
Elements of Interpretation
As used throughout the Contract:
A.
B.
2.
Words of the masculine gender shall mean
and include correlative words of the
feminine and neuter genders and words
importing the singular number shall mean
and include the plural number and vice
versa. Words importing persons shall
include firms, associations, partnerships
(including limited partnerships), trusts,
corporations and other legal entities,
including public bodies, as well as natural
persons, and shall include successors and
assigns.
B.
C.
D.
H.
Contract. The writing(s) which contain the
agreement of the Commissioner and the
Bidder/Contractor setting forth the legal
obligation between the parties as
determined by applicable rules of law.
I.
Contractor. Any successful Bidder(s) to
whom a Contract is awarded by the
Commissioner, its officers, officials,
employees,
agents,
servants,
subcontractors and any successor or assign
of any one or more of the foregoing
performing the Services..
J.
County.
The County of Suffolk, its
departments, agents, servants, officials,
and employees.
K.
Department.
The
Suffolk
Department of Public Works.
L.
Material Breach. Failure, without legal
excuse, to perform a duty or obligation
under the contract that is so substantial
that it defeats the purpose of the Contract.
Capitalized terms used, but not otherwise
defined herein, shall have the meanings
assigned to them in the Contract.
Definitions
A.
G. Commissioner. Commissioner of the
Suffolk County Department of Public
Works, or his authorized representative.
Bid. An offer or proposal submitted by a
Bidder to furnish a described Product or a
solution, perform services or means of
achieving a practical end, at a stated price
for the stated Contract term.
Bidder. Any individual or other legal entity
(including but not limited to sole proprietor,
partnership, limited liability company, firm
or corporation) which submits a Bid in
response to a Bid Solicitation. In case of
negotiated Contracts, “Bidder” shall refer
to the “Contractor.”
Bid Documents. Writings by the County
setting forth the scope, terms, conditions
and Technical Specifications for a
procurement of Product. Such writings
may typically include, but are not limited
to: Instruction to Bidders, Suffolk County
Legislative
Requirements,
Technical
Specifications, Bid Form, Listing of Names
and Addresses, addenda or amendments
thereto, Bid, and terms and conditions
which are incorporated by reference.
Bid Form. The approved form on which
the County requires formal bid to be
prepared and submitted for the Work.
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County
M. Product. A deliverable under any bid or
Contract which may include commodities
and services.
N. Purchase Order. The form or format that
is used when making a purchase.
O. Responsible Bidder. A bidder that is
determined to have financial and
organizational capacity, legal authority,
satisfactory previous performance, skill
judgment and integrity, and that is found to
be competent, reliable and experienced,
as determined by the Commissioner.
P.
Responsive Bidder. A Bidder meeting
the
Technical
Specifications
or
requirements prescribed in the Bid
Documents or solicitation, as determined
by the Commissioner.
Revised 7/23/14
indicated, together with the names and
addresses of the partners or officers. If
the Bid is made by a partnership, it shall
be acknowledged by one of the partners; if
made by a corporation, by the President.
Q. Site. The location where Product will be
executed or delivered.
R.
S.
T
3.
Technical Specifications. A written
description by the County setting forth the
specific
terms
of
the
intended
procurement, which may include: physical
or functional characteristics, the nature of
a Product, and description of the work to
be performed, Products to be provided.
Trade Discount. Amount or rate by which
the catalog, list, or retail price of an item is
reduced when sold to a reseller. It is the
reseller’s profit margin and usually varies
directly with quantity of the item
purchased.
User Department. Any Department,
agency, or other entity authorized to
procure Products under County Contracts.
E.
Bids which are incomplete, conditional or
obscure may be rejected as nonresponsive.
F.
Bidders are cautioned to verify their bids
before submission, as amendments to
Bids or requests for withdrawal of Bids
received by the County after the time
specified for the Bid opening may not be
considered.
G. The Bidder, in submitting his bid,
specifically agrees that the Notice to
Bidders published in conjunction with this
Letting and the Bid Documents shall all
form part of the Contract between the
Bidder and the County of Suffolk.
Bid Submission
A.
All bids shall be submitted on Bid Forms
attached, sealed in an envelope and
identified with the Bid opening date and
time, and the Letting Number. All Bids
shall be delivered no later than the Bid
opening
date,
to
Suffolk
County
Department of Public Works, Yaphank
Avenue, Yaphank, NY 11980. Bidders are
solely responsible for timely delivery of
their Bids.
B.
The Contract shall be for a period of one
(1) year and may be extended up to four
(4) times, for individual terms not to
exceed one year, by mutual agreement
between the Contractor and Suffolk
County. The original Contract period, plus
extensions, shall not exceed five (5) years
total.
C.
Bids must be completed and legible. All
Bids must be signed in ink. All information
required by the Technical Specifications
must be supplied by the Bidder on the Bid
form. No alteration, erasures or additions
are to be made to the Technical
Specifications. Changes may be ignored
by the County or may be grounds for
rejection of the Bid. Changes, corrections
and/or use of white-out in the Bid must be
initialed by an authorized representative of
the Bidder.
D.
If the Bid is made by a partnership or
corporation, the name and address of the
partnership or corporation shall be
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H.
Confidential, trade secret or proprietary
materials as defined by the laws of the
State of New York must be clearly marked
and identified as such upon submission by
the Bidder. Marking the Bid as
“confidential” or “proprietary” on its face or
in the document shall not be considered
by the Commissioner to be sufficient
without specific justification as to why
disclosure of particular information in the
Bid would cause substantial injury to the
competitive position of the Bidder.
Bidders/Contractors intending to seek an
exemption from disclosure of these
materials
under
the
Freedom
of
Information Law must request the
exemption in writing, setting forth the
reasons for the claimed exemption.
Acceptance of the claimed materials does
not constitute a determination on the
exemption request, which determination
shall be made in accordance with statutory
procedures. Properly identified information
that has been designated confidential,
trade secret, or proprietary by the Bidder
will not be disclosed except as may be
required by the Freedom of Information
Law or other applicable State and Federal
laws.
I.
In all Bid Documents, the words "or equal"
are understood to appear after each
Product.
Any
deviations
from
specifications or the indicated brand shall
be clearly stated on the Bid form and fully
explained by accompanying circulars,
specification sheets or samples submitted
Revised 7/23/14
with the Bid. The Commissioner’s decision
as to acceptance of a commodity as an
equal shall be final. If Bidder does not
identify an exception to a specified brand,
the Bid will be construed as providing the
identical commodity described in the
Technical Specifications and Bidder will be
required to deliver the brand specified.
J.
Bids shall be extended and totaled where
required. In the event of a discrepancy
between the unit price and the extension,
the unit price will govern. Bidders may bid
on any or all items.
K.
Awards will be made by item or class.
When Class Bids are indicated, Bidder
must bid each item in the class. A Bidder
desiring to bid “no charge” on an item in a
class must so indicate; otherwise the bid
for that class will be construed as
incomplete.
L.
Delivery time frame must be specified.
Use of the term “ASAP” may void your Bid.
R.
The successful Bidder agrees to comply
with all laws promulgated and publically
accessible codes, rules, regulations and
standards which govern and have
jurisdiction at the time the Product is
provided. If the Contractor performs any
work contrary to applicable laws, codes,
rules, regulations, and/or standards, he
shall bear all costs and liability arising
therefrom.
S.
If any portion of the work being Bid is
subject to the prevailing wage rate
provisions of the Labor Law, a copy of the
applicable prevailing wage rates to be paid
or provided are deemed part of the Bid
Documents. If a copy of the applicable
rates are not annexed to the Bid
Documents, the information will be
furnished to the Bidder immediately upon
receipt of a request for same.
T.
Pursuant to Section 220 of NYS Labor
Law, no laborer, workman or mechanic in
the
employ
of
the
Contractor,
subcontractor or other person doing or
contracting to do the whole or any part of
the Work contemplated by this Contract
shall be permitted or required to work
more than eight hours in any one calendar
day or more than five days in any one
week except in the emergencies set forth
in the Labor Law.
U.
The Bidder agrees that by submitting a
successful bid, any political subdivision to
any other governmental entities will be
permitted to participate in the awarded
Contract per the same terms and
conditions set forth in the Contract; where
authorized under law provided, however,
that any political subdivision choosing to
utilize the Contract will be wholly
responsible for any debts incurred by them
as participants of the Contract.
V.
Bidders shall supply three (3) parts books,
three (3) service repair manuals, and three
(3) operator's manuals with each unit,
where applicable.
.
M. All prices must be bid on the basis of
F.O.B. delivery point, unloaded inside and
assembled unless otherwise indicated in
the Bid Documents.
N.
Prices
must
be
net,
including
transportation,
delivery,
and
other
charges, fully prepaid by Contractor to the
destination(s) indicated in the Bid
Documents.
O. The quantity shown for the Product is an
estimate of the needs of the User
Department. The Bidder, in submitting a
Bid, agrees that the County may purchase
any quantity over or under the quantity
shown at the unit price bid, or may not
purchase at all.
P.
Cash Discounts will not be a factor in
determining awards unless otherwise
indicated by the County. Trade Discounts
may be a factor in determining the award.
Q. During the Contract term, if substantially
the same or a smaller quantity of a
Product is sold by the Contractor outside
of this Contract upon the same or similar
terms and conditions as that of this
Contract at a lower price to a Federal,
State or local governmental entity, the
price under this Contract shall be
immediately reduced to the lower price.
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W. Bids on equipment must be on standard
new equipment, latest model and in
current production. Where any part of
nominal appurtenance of equipment is not
described, it shall be understood that all
the equipment and appurtenances which
are usually provided in the manufacturer's
stock model shall be furnished.
Revised 7/23/14
4.
X.
The successful Bidder will provide the
location of the authorized repair shop at
which location the equipment will be
serviced under a Guarantee and Warranty
Maintenance Agreement.
Y.
The County is not liable for any costs
incurred by a Bidder or Contractor in the
preparation and production of a bid, or for
any work performed prior to Contract
execution.
6.
Opening Of Bids
A.
The time scheduled for the receipt of Bids
shall be in accordance with the Notice to
Bidders. All Bids formally received will be
opened and read aloud. The results will
be made public. Until the actual award and
execution of a Contract, the County
reserves all its rights with respect to the
rejection of bids.
B.
Late Bids will not be considered.
Samples & Shop Drawing(s)
A.
5.
request for withdrawal is delivered to the
Commissioner before the Bids are
opened. A Bid which has been withdrawn
will be returned to the Bidder unopened at
the time of the opening of the other bids.
The Commissioner reserves the right to
request
from
Bidder/Contractor
representative
sample(s)
or
shop
drawing(s) of Product(s) offered, at any
time. Unless otherwise instructed, the
sample(s) shall be furnished within ten
(10) days of the request.
B.
Requested samples and/or drawings shall
be delivered free of charge. Samples shall
be removed by the Bidder, at Bidder’s
expense,
upon
request
of
the
Commissioner. The County will not be
responsible for samples which are
destroyed, damaged, consumed or
rendered
useless
by
testing
or
examination. If samples are not removed
within thirty (30) days after written notice
to Bidder/Contractor, they shall be
considered as abandoned and the County
shall have the right to dispose of them as
its own property.
C.
If in the judgment of the Commissioner, a
sample is not submitted as requested or if
the sample is not in accordance with the
requirements stated in the Technical
Specifications and the Bid Documents the
Commissioner may reject the bid; or, if an
award has been made, cancel the
Contract at the expense of the Contractor.
D.
When an accepted sample exceeds the
minimum Technical Specifications, all
Products delivered will be of same quality
and identity as the sample.
E.
Samples
may
be
held
by
the
Commissioner during the entire term of the
Contract for comparison with deliveries.
Withdrawal Of Bids
A.
Any bid may be withdrawn by the Bidder
prior to the scheduled time for the receipt
of bids or authorized postponement
thereof provided the Bidder's written
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7.
Bid Evaluation
A.
Prior to award the Commissioner may
conduct investigations as to whether or not
the Products, qualifications, or facilities
offered by the Bidder meet the
requirements set forth in the bid document
and Technical Specifications, and are
ample and sufficient to insure the proper
performance of the Contract in the event
of award.
Upon the request of the
Commissioner, the Bidder shall provide
evidence of experience, ability and
financial standing, as well as a statement
as to plant, machinery, and capacity of the
manufacturer for the production and
distribution of the Product which is the
subject of the bid. Notwithstanding the
forgoing, the Commissioner shall not be
obligated to conduct any investigations
before an award. It is further understood
that no such investigations shall relieve a
Contractor from fulfilling all requirements
and conditions of the Contract.
B.
Local Preference: Section A4-14 of the
Suffolk County Administrative Code
establishes a local preference program for
Suffolk County Contractors.
This
preference program allows the County the
option of awarding Contracts to Bidders
other than the lowest Responsible Bidder.
Copies of Section A4-14 of the Suffolk
County Administrative Code may be
obtained at the Yaphank offices of the
Department of Public Works or viewed on
the Suffolk County web site at
http://legis.suffolkcountyny.gov/. Click
on “Search the Laws of Suffolk
County.”
Revised 7/23/14
C.
D.
The Commissioner reserves the right to
accept or reject any and all Bids, or
separable portions of offers, to make
awards by items, groups, classes of items,
and to waive technicalities, irregularities,
and omissions if the Commissioner
determines the best interests of the
County will be served. The Commissioner,
in his sole discretion, may accept or reject
illegible, incomplete or vague Bids and his
decision shall be final.
Disqualification for Past Performance/
Findings of Non-Responsibility
10.
C.
Unless otherwise authorized in writing by
the Commissioner, no Product is to be
delivered or furnished by Contractor until
transmittal of an official Purchase Order.
D.
The Contract is subject to the amount of
funds appropriated, and no liability shall be
incurred by the County beyond the amount
of funds appropriated for the Product(s).
Termination
A.
Bidder may be disqualified from receiving
awards if Bidder has previously failed to
perform satisfactorily in connection with
public Bidding or Contracts or is deemed
a Non Responsive Bidder under Sections
143-5 through 143-9 of the Suffolk County
Code.`
E.
8.
Substantially Equivalent Bids
A.
9.
Any language in any proposal or
document submitted by a Bidder as part of
their bid that is accepted by the County
cannot be in conflict with any material term
and/or condition relevant to this bid with
the exception of any warranties or the
specifications of the commodity of service
required by this Bid. If there is any conflict
between the Bid and the terms and
conditions of Bid Documents, the terms
and conditions of the Bid documents shall
govern.
When two or more low Bids are
substantially equivalent Bids as to pricing
or other factors, the decision of the
Commissioner to award a Contract to one
or more of such Bidders shall be final.
Contract Award
A.
Subject to the County’s Local Preference
Program, Contracts shall be awarded to
the lowest Responsible Bidder.
B.
Subject to and upon compliance with any
prerequisites set forth in the Technical
Specifications, a Contract shall be deemed
executed and created with the successful
Bidder(s), upon the Commissioner’s
mailing or electronic communication to the
address on the Bid/Contract of: (i) a final
Contract Award Notice; (ii) a fully executed
Contract; or (iii) a Purchase Order
authorized by the Commissioner.
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B.
For Cause:
The Commissioner may
immediately terminate: (i) for a material
breach that remains uncured for more than
thirty (30) days or other specified period
after written notice to the Contractor; (ii)
where, the Commissioner determines that
Contractor becomes unable or incapable
of
performing,
or
meeting
any
requirements or qualification set forth in
the Contract, which determination shall be
conclusive; (iii) for nonperformance; or (iv)
Contractor is found guilty after a trial or a
plea of guilty to an offense covered under
the provisions of Sections 143-5 of the
Suffolk County Code. Such termination
shall be upon written notice to the
Contractor.
(i)
The County shall be released from
any and all liability under the Contract,
effective as of the date of the
termination notice.
(ii)
Nothing contained in this paragraph
shall be construed as a limitation on
the County’s legal or equitable
remedies, or other rights available to
it.
For Convenience:
i) The Commissioner shall have the right
to terminate the Contract for convenience,
at any time, without penalty or other early
termination charges due; provided,
however, that no such termination shall be
effective unless the Contractor is given at
least thirty (30) days written notice. If the
Contract is terminated pursuant to this
subdivision, the County shall remain liable
for all accrued but unpaid charges incurred
through the date of termination. Contractor
shall use due diligence and provide any
outstanding deliveries.
ii) The placement of a Purchasing Order
may be terminated by the Commissioner
for convenience upon five (5) days written
notice.
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E.
11.
Duties Upon Breach
A.
B.
C.
D.
In any case where a question of nonperformance
by
Contractor
arises,
payment may be withheld in whole or in
part at the discretion of the Commissioner.
Upon failure of the Contractor to deliver
within the time specified, or failure to make
immediate replacement of rejected
Product(s) when so requested, the
Commissioner may purchase from other
sources to replace the Product(s) rejected
or not delivered. On all such purchases
the Contractor agrees to reimburse the
County promptly for costs in excess of the
new purchase cost plus the re-letting cost
and any other additional costs or
expenses incurred in acquiring the
acceptable Products, Should the new cost
be less than the Contract price, the
Contractor shall have no claim to the
difference. Should the new purchase price
exceed the Contract price by twenty
percent (20%) or more, the County agrees
to waive its claim to the re-letting cost; if
the new purchase price is less than twenty
percent (20%) of the Contract price, the
County shall charge the related cost in an
amount not exceeding twenty percent
(20%) of the order price of the items
rejected or not delivered.
Sums due as a result of these remedies
may be deducted or offset by the
Commissioner from payments due, or to
become due, the Contractor on the same
or another transaction. If no deduction or
only a partial deduction is made in such
fashion the Contractor shall pay to the
County the amount of such claim or
portion of the claim still outstanding, on
demand. Submission of a voucher and
payment thereof by the County shall not
preclude the County from demanding a
price adjustment in any case where the
Product delivered is later found to deviate
from the specifications and proposal.
Should the amount withheld be finally paid
a Cash Discount originally offered may be
taken by the County as if no delay in
payment had occurred.
Any delivery made which does not meet
the requirements of the Bid Document
may be rejected or accepted on an
adjusted price basis as determined by the
County.
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12.
It is understood and agreed that all rights
and remedies afforded above are in
addition to all remedies or actions
otherwise authorized or permitted by law.
Limitation of Action
No action for any cause whatsoever arising out
of this Contract shall be maintained against the
County of Suffolk by the Contractor, or anyone
claiming under the Contractor, unless such
action shall be commenced within six (6)
months: (a) after expiration of this Contract; (b)
after the date of written notice to the Contractor
from the County of complete rejection or
withheld acceptance of a delivery; or (3) after
the date of written notice to the Contractor from
the County of a deduction from the agreed
price on a Purchase Order, whichever of the
above events shall be the latest in time.
13.
Indemnification And Defense
A.
The Contractor shall protect, indemnify
and hold harmless the County, its officers,
officials, employees, Contractors, agents ,
servants and other persons from and
against all liabilities, fines, penalties,
actions, damages, claims, demands,
judgments, losses, costs, expenses, suits
or actions and reasonable attorneys' fees,
caused by the acts or omissions or the
negligence of the Contractor incurred by
the
County,
its
officers,
officials,
employees, Contractors, agents, servants
and other persons in any action or
proceeding arising out of or in connection
with the Contract
B.
The Contractor hereby represents and
warrants that it will not infringe upon any
copyright, trademark or patent in
performing the requirements under this
Contract. The Contractor agrees that it
shall protect, indemnify, and hold harmless
the
County,
its
officers,
officials,
employees, Contractors, agents and
servants from and against all liabilities,
fines, penalties, actions, damages, claims,
demands, judgments, losses, suits or
actions, costs, and expenses arising out of
any claim asserted for infringement of
copyright, trademark or patent including
reimbursement of the cost of reasonable
attorneys’ fees incurred by the County, its
officers, officials, employees, contractors,
agents, servants in any action or
proceeding arising out of or in connection
with any claim asserted for infringement of
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copyright, trademark or patent due to the
Contractor’s actions in carrying out its
duties under this Contract.
C.
14.
the Project covered under the Contract.
D.
If the Contractor fails to provide the
declaration pages or certificates of
insurance or to maintain any insurance
required by this Agreement, the Owner
may, but shall not be required to, withhold
payment
until
such
time
that
certificates/policies are submitted stating
that all applicable insurances are in effect,
or may obtain such polices and deduct the
cost thereof from payments due the
Contractor under this Agreement or any
other agreement between the County and
the Contractor.
E.
Upon failure of the Contractor to furnish,
deliver, and maintain such insurances as
herein provided, this Agreement, at the
election of the County, may be forthwith
suspended, discontinued, or terminated.
Failure of the contractor to take out and/or
maintain and the taking out and/or
maintenance of any required insurance
shall not relieve the Contractor from any
liability under this Agreement, nor shall the
insurance requirements be construed to
conflict with the obligations of the
contractor concerning indemnification. In
that event of suspension of work, no
extension of time to complete the Work
shall be granted.
F.
The Contractor agrees that it shall protect,
indemnify and hold harmless the County
and its officers, officials, employees,
contractors, agents and other persons
from and against all liabilities, fines,
penalties, actions, damages, claims,
demands, judgments, losses, costs,
expenses, suits or actions and reasonable
attorneys' fees, arising out of the acts or
omissions or the negligence of the
Contractor in connection with the services
described or referred to in this Agreement.
The Contractor shall defend the County
and its officers, officials, employees,
contractors, agents and other persons in
any suit, including appeals, or at the
County’s option, pay reasonable attorney’s
fees for defense of any such suit arising
out of the acts or omissions or negligence
of the Contractor, its officers, officials,
employees, subcontractors or agents, if
any, in connection with the services
described or referred to in this Agreement.
The Contractor shall defend the County its
officers, officials, employees, contractors,
agents and other persons in any
proceeding or action, including appeals,
arising out, in connection with, the
Contract, and any copyright infringement
proceeding or action. At the County’s
option, the County may defend any such
proceeding or action and require the
Contractor to pay reasonable attorney’s
fees for the defense of any such suit.
Insurance
A.
The Contractor and his subcontractors
shall not commence work under this
Contract until all the required insurance
has been obtained and such insurance
has been approved by the County.
Approval of the insurance by County shall
not relieve or decrease the liability of the
Contractor. The Contractor shall assume
all responsibility for the insurance
requirements of all subcontractors. All
insurance requirements apply equally to
subcontractors. All insurance shall be
obtained from companies licensed to do
business in the State of New York. All
policies providing coverage shall be issued
with an A.M. Best rating of A- or better.
B.
The Contractor shall furnish to the County
Declaration Pages for each such policy of
insurance, and, upon request, a true and
certified original copy of each such policy,
evidencing compliance with the insurance
requirements. The County of Suffolk shall
be named as an additional insured on all
applicable policies and Contractor shall
furnish
a
Declaration
Page
and
endorsement
page
evidencing
the
County’s status as an additional insured
on said policy.
C.
All such Declaration Pages and other
evidence of insurance shall provide for the
County of Suffolk to be notified in writing
thirty (30) days prior to any cancellation,
nonrenewal, or material change in said
policies. Such Declaration Pages, policies,
and other evidence of insurance shall be
mailed to the Department at its address
set forth in the paragraph entitled “Notices
and Contact Persons”, or at such other
address of which the County shall have
given the Contractor notice in writing. Any
correspondence shall specifically refer to
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G. The Contractor shall procure, pay the
entire premium for, and maintain
throughout the term of this Agreement,
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insurance in amounts and types specified
by the County. The Contractor agrees to
require that all of its subcontractors, in
connection with work performed for the
Contractor related to this Agreement,
procure, pay the entire premium for and
maintain throughout the term of this
Agreement insurance in amounts and
types equal to that specified by the County
for the Contractor. Unless otherwise
specified by the County and agreed to by
the Contractor, in writing, such insurance
will be as follows:
1.
c.
At the Contractor's option, the Contractor
may furnish a minimum one million dollar
($1,000,000) Umbrella Policy or Excess
Liability Policy to meet the two million
dollar ($2,000,000) General Liability
Insurance requirement of Item No. 2a.
3.
Automobile Liability Insurance
a.
if any vehicles are used for construction by
the Contractor in the performance of this
Agreement including owned, non-owned,
and hired cars, with minimum limits of not
less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000)
per person, per accident bodily injury and
not less than Five Hundred Thousand
Dollars ($500,000) for property damage
per occurrence.
b.
if any vehicles are used for services other
than construction by the Contractor in the
performance of this Agreement including
owned, non-owned, and hired cars, with
minimum limits of not less than Five
Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) per
person, per accident bodily injury and not
less than One Hundred Thousand Dollars
($100,000) for property damage per
occurrence.
4.
Pollution Liability
a.
If the work involves abatement, removal,
repair,
replacement,
enclosure,
encapsulation, and/or disposal of any
hazardous material or substance, as
defined by applicable State and federal
laws and regulations, the Contractor shall
maintain in full force and effect throughout
the term of the contract, and for two years
after completion hereof, pollution legal
liability insurance with limits of not less
than $2,000,000, providing coverage for
bodily injury and property damage,
including loss of use of damaged property
or of property that has not been physically
injured. Such policy shall provide coverage
for actual, alleged or threatened emission,
discharge, dispersal, seepage, release or
escape of pollutants, including any loss,
cost or expense incurred as a result of any
cleanup of pollutants or in the
investigation, settlement or defense of any
claim, suit, or proceedings against the
County arising from Contractor’s work.
Suffolk County shall be named as
additional insured and this shall be
primary.
Workers Compensation Insurance
Worker’s
Compensation
and
Employer’s
Liability
insurance
in
compliance with all applicable New York
State laws and regulations and Disability
Benefits insurance, if required by law.
Contractor shall furnish to the County,
prior to its execution of this Agreement,
the documentation required by the State of
New York Workers’ Compensation Board
of coverage or exemption from coverage
pursuant to §§ 57 and 220 of the Workers’
Compensation Law. In accordance with
General Municipal Law § 108, this
Agreement shall be void and of no effect
unless the Contractor shall provide and
maintain coverage during the term of this
Agreement for the benefit of such
employees as are required to be covered
by the provisions of the Workers’
Compensation Law.
2.
General Liability Insurance
a.
Commercial General Liability Insurance,
including contractual liability coverage in
and amount not less than two million
dollars ($2,000,000) per occurrence for
bodily injury and two million dollars
($2,000,000) per occurrence for property
damage.
Completed Operations Coverage which
shall continue for a minimum of two (2)
years after completion of the Contract.
b.
million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence
for bodily injury and property damage.
In addition, for contracts that exceed
$5,000,000 the Contractor will furnish one
million dollars ($1,000,000) Owner's and
Contractor's Protective Liability Insurance
in the name of and covering the liability of
the County of Suffolk with respect to all
work performed under this Contract,
including omissions or errors of the
County, combined single limit of one
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b.
If automobiles are to be used for
transporting hazardous materials, the
Contractor shall provide pollution liability
broadened coverage for covered autos
(endorsement CA 99 48) as well as proof
of MCS 90.
5.
All Builders Risk and Flood Insurance
(when required)
a.
See “Supplementary Conditions” for which
contracts require an All Builders Risk
Policy covering both job and materials.
b.
The coverage limits are as follow:
c.
The County of Suffolk must be named as
Loss Payee.
7.
Insurance Coverage for Work on
Railroad Property
a.
Work within railroad property lines or
areas subject to Railroad Utility jurisdiction
shall be covered by special insurance
provisions established by the railroad
companies involved in the Project, which
provisions shall be ascertained from the
Railroad Utility.
INSURANCE TO BE FURNISHED BY
THE CONTRACTOR FOR WORK WITHIN
THE RAILROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY
(1) 100% of contract value for Projects
with completion dates 1 year or less.
(2) 105% of contract value for Projects
with completion dates of more than 1
year but less than 2 years.
(3) 110% of contract value for Projects
with completion dates of more than 2
years but less than 3 years.
(4) 115% of contract value for Projects
with completion dates of 3 years or
more.
Note: For projects accepted in clear and
distant phases, the coverage amounts may be
modified accordingly.
c.
The County of Suffolk must be named loss
payee.
6.
Installation Floater (when required)
a.
See “Supplementary Conditions” for which
contracts require an Installation Floater
Policy covering both job and materials.
b.
The coverage limits are as follow:
(1) 100% of contract value for Projects
with completion dates 1 year or less.
(2) 105% of contract value for Projects
with completion dates of more than 1
year but less than 2 years.
(3) 110% of contract value for Projects
with completion dates of more than 2
years but less than 3 years.
(4) 115% of contract value for Projects
with completion dates of 3 years or
more
Note: For projects accepted in clear and
distant phases, the coverage amounts
may be modified accordingly.
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b.
In addition to the Indemnification and Hold
Harmless Agreement and insurance
requirements previously provided for, the
contractor shall procure, pay the entire
premium for and maintain in force
throughout the life of this contract policies
of insurance for:
8.
Railroad Protective Liability Insurance
(ISO-SIMA or equivalent form
a.
Covering the work to be performed at the
designated job site and affording
protection for damages arising out of
bodily injuries or death, injury to or
destruction of property, including damage
to the insured’s own property and
conforming to the following:
b.
The Long Island Railroad Company and
Metropolitan Transportation Authority are
the named insured’s.
c.
Liability limit shall be $2,000,000 each
occurrence. *
d.
Physical Damage definition 6 of the policy
form must be amended to mean direct and
accidental loss of or damage to all
properties of the insured including property
in the insured’s care, custody or control.
e.
Full name and address of the contractor
purchasing the insurance must be stated.
f.
The insured shall be indicated as the
governmental authority for whom the work
shall be performed.
g.
The use of any equivalent form to ISORIMA must provide equal or superior
coverage as determined solely by the
LIRR Insurance Department.
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complying with said requirement.
h.
*If policy is subject to an aggregate limit,
replacement insurance will be required if it
is likely such aggregate will be exceeded.
9.
Comprehensive General Liability
Insurance
a.
Covering the work to be performed and
also including coverage for contractual
liability,
independent
contractors,
completed operations liability, explosion,
collapse
and
underground
hazard.
Contractual liability exclusion applicable to
work to be performed within 50 feet of the
Railroad tracks must be voided. Minimum
combined single limit shall be $2,000,000
for bodily injury and property damage.
10. Workmen’s Compensation and
Employer’s Liability Insurance
a.
Covering all employees of each contractor
and/or subcontractor in accordance with
New York State Worker’s Compensation
and Employer’s Liability Law.
b.
The contractor shall furnish to the Railroad
the original policy for Railroad Protective
Liability Insurance (American Association
State Highway Organization Form) and
certificate(s)
of
insurance
for
Comprehensive General Liability and
Worker’s Compensation and Employer’s
Liability insurance containing a statement
providing that thirty days advance
notification shall be given to the Railroad
of cancellation, non-renewal or material
change of the policy. Copies of all the
above shall also be furnished to the
County. Certificate(s) of insurance shall
name the Railroad and County as
additional insured’s.
11. Insurance Coverage for Work Activity
on Water (in addition to standard
General/Excess Liability, Auto and
Worker’s Compensation)
a.
If any work to be performed under this
agreement involves activity on/above
waters requiring compliance under the
provisions of the Jones Act (JA) and/or the
United States Longshoreman’s and Harbor
Worker’s Act (USL&H) and/or vessels
requiring Marine Protection and Indemnity
Insurance (Marine P&I) (in an amount not
less than one million dollars ($1,000,000)
for any one accident or occurrence), or
Jones Act (JA) compliance, the contractor
shall furnish evidence of insurance
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(1) The County of Suffolk must be named
as additional insured.
(2) In the event that any work is
subcontracted, the contractor shall
require (and show proof thereof) that
his/her subcontractor provide this
insurance.
b.
Specific Requirements
(1) Painting and Rehabilitation of Bridges
over Water projects:
(1.1) If a contractor is to perform
work on bridge using a scaffold
hanging from bridge over the
water, USL&H insurance is
required.
(1.2) If a contractor is to perform
work on bridge from a vessel
(i.e.: boat, barge, etc.) in the
water, JA and Marine P&I
insurance is required
(1.3) If a contractor is to perform
work on bridge from the water,
if shallow enough, by entering
the water using waders,
USL&H insurance is required.
(2) Bulkheading and Shoreline Protection
Projects:
(2.1) If a contractor is to perform
work from a vessel in the
water, JA & Marine P&I
insurance is required.
(2.2) If a contractor is to perform
work with all equipment on
land, USL&H insurance is
required.
(3) Dredging Projects:
(3.1) If a contractor is to perform
work from a vessel in the water
using either hydraulic or
mechanical equipment, JA and
Marine P&I insurance is
required.
(3.2) If a contractor is to perform
work
from
land
using
mechanical equipment (i.e.:
crane), USL&H insurance is
required.
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property of the County unless otherwise
specifically agreed to in the Contract.
(4) Dredging Equipment Projects:
(4.1) If a contractor is to perform
work using equipment on
shoreline and vessel in the
water,
USL&H
and
JA
insurance is required.
H.
I.
15.
The Contractor assumes responsibility for
all injury to or destruction of or loss by
theft or pilferage of the Contractor's
materials, tools, machinery, equipment,
appliances, shoring, scaffolding, false and
form work and personal property of his
employees, from whatever cause.
If, at any time, the Contractor’s Surety or
Sureties, or the carriers of the insurance
herein specified to be written, become
insolvent or, in a reasonable judgment of
the County, become unsafe or unsound,
then upon five (5) days written notice from
the County to the Contractor, the
Contractor shall substitute such Surety or
insurance carrier with such other Surety or
carrier, as shall be satisfactory to the
County. Any additional premium caused
by such substitution shall be paid for by
the Contractor.
F.
G. Deliveries are subject to re-weighing at
destination by the County and where
applicable payment will be made on the
basis of the net weight of Products
delivered.
Normal shrinkage may be
allowed in accordance with trade practice.
H.
Deliveries of incorrect or faulty Products
will be rejected and returned to sender at
Contractor’s expense.
I.
The County may withhold acceptance of,
or reject any goods which are found upon
examination, not to meet the specified
requirements. Upon written notification of
rejection, goods shall be removed by the
Contractor within ten (10) days of the
notification. Rejected goods left longer
than thirty (30) days will be regarded as
abandoned and the County shall have the
right to dispose of them as its own
property. On foodstuffs and drugs, no
written notice of rejection need be given:
upon verbal notice to do so, the Vendor
shall immediately remove and replace
rejected merchandise.
J.
Inspections shall be made at the point of
delivery unless otherwise specified. Any
food, drug or other perishable Product
which is found to be unwholesome or
otherwise unfit for human consumption or
use shall not be removed by the
Contractor until it is examined by the
Department of Health. If condemned,
such Products shall be disposed of as
provided by law.
K.
All Products which are customarily labeled
or identified must have securely affixed
thereto the original unmutilated label or
marking of the manufacturer.
L.
Notwithstanding the form of shipment, title
or other property interest, risk of loss shall
not pass from the Contractor to the User
Department until the Products have been
received, inspected and accepted by the
receiving entity. Mere acknowledgment by
User Department personnel of the delivery
or receipt of goods shall not be deemed or
Delivery
A.
No Products are to be shipped or
delivered until receipt of an official
Purchase Order from the Commissioner.
B.
Delivery must be made between the hours
of 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. as ordered and
in accordance with the terms of the
Contract unless otherwise indicated in the
Bid Documents.
Deliveries should be
coordinated with the User Department.
C.
Delivery time shall be computed in
calendar days from the order mailing date
on the Purchase Order.
D.
Burden of proof of delay in receipt of
Purchase Order shall rest with the
Contractor. Any extension of time of
delivery must be requested in writing by
the Contractor and approved by the User
Department.
E.
Products shall be securely and properly
packed for shipment, storage and stocking
in shipping containers and according to
accepted commercial practice, without
extra charge for packing cases, bailing, or
sacks. The container shall remain the
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The Contractor shall be responsible for
delivery of Products in good condition to
point of destination. Products delivered to
the User Department shall be the property
and sole responsibility of the Contractor
until such time the County accepts same.
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construed as acceptance of the Products
received.
18.
Audit
A.
All payments made under the Contract are
subject to audit by the Comptroller
pursuant to Article V of the Suffolk County
Charter. The Contractor further agrees
that the Comptroller and Department shall
have access to and the right to examine,
audit, excerpt, copy or transcribe any
pertinent transactions or other records
relating to this Contract. The Contractor
failure to cooperate in any Audit shall
constitute a material default.
B.
If such an audit discloses overpayments
by the County to the Contractor, within
thirty (30) days after the issuance of an
official audit report by the Comptroller or
his duly designated representatives, the
Contractor shall repay the amount of such
overpayment by check to the order of the
Suffolk County Treasurer or shall submit a
proposed plan of repayment to the
Comptroller. If there is no response or if
satisfactory repayments are not made, the
County may recoup overpayments from
any amounts due or becoming due to the
Consultant from the County under the
Contract or otherwise.
C.
The provisions of this subparagraph shall
survive the expiration or termination of the
Contract and shall be in addition to any
rights of the County set forth in the
Contract.
M. The decision of the Commissioner as to
compliance with delivery terms shall be
final.
16.
Payment
A.
B.
Voucher Documentation - The Suffolk
County Payment Voucher or certified
invoice shall set forth complete and
accurate billing invoice information, in
accordance with the Contract. All Suffolk
County Payment Vouchers or certified
invoices must be signed in ink by duly
authorized persons.
C.
Payment by County - Payment by the
County shall be made within thirty (30)
days after approval of the Suffolk County
Payment Voucher by the Comptroller of
the County of Suffolk.
D.
17.
Presentation
of
Suffolk
County
Payment Voucher - In order for payment
to be made by the County to the
Contractor, the Contractor shall prepare
and present a Suffolk County Payment
Voucher or certified invoice, which shall be
documented by sufficient, competent and
evidential matter.
Final Voucher - The acceptance by the
Contractor of payment of all billings made
on the final approved Suffolk County
Payment Voucher shall operate as and
shall be a release of the County from all
claims by the Contractor.
19.
Guarantees By Contractor
A.
In the event of an installation, Contractor
hereby guarantees to pay for all permits,
licenses, and fees and give all notices and
comply
with
all
applicable
laws,
ordinances, rules and regulations.
B.
Contractor hereby guarantees that unless
specified in the Bid, the Products offered
new, latest models of regular stock
Products with all parts regularly used with
the type of equipment offered: also, that
no attachment or part has been
substituted or applied contrary to
manufacturer's
recommendation
and
standard practice.
C.
Every unit delivered must be guaranteed
against faulty material and workmanship
for a period of one year unless otherwise
specified.
Taxes
Unless otherwise specified in the Bid
Documents, purchases made by the
County of Suffolk are exempt from State or
local sales taxes and, with certain
exceptions, Federal excise taxes.
To
satisfy the requirements of the New York
State sales tax exemption, either the
Purchase
Order
issued
by
the
Commissioner or the voucher forwarded to
authorize payment for the Products, will be
sufficient evidence that the sale by a
Contractor was made to the County of
Suffolk, an exempt organization under
section 1116 (a) (1) of the Tax Law. No
person, firm or corporation is, however,
exempt from paying Unemployment
Insurance or the Federal Social Security
taxes.
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D.
E.
F.
20.
Where any Product delivered by the
Contractor is marketed with a standard
commercial warranty, such standard
warranty shall be in addition to, and not
relieve the Contractor from, Contractor’s
warranty obligations under the Bid
Documents.
If during the regular or extended warranty
period faults develop, the Contractor shall
promptly repair or, upon demand, replace
the defective Product, unit or component
affected. All costs for labor and material
and transportation incurred to repair or
replace defective Product during the
warranty period shall be borne solely by
the Contractor.
with proper consideration for the rights of
other Contractors or workmen.
G. All materials used in installation shall be of
the highest quality and shall be free from
all defects which would mar the
appearance of the Product or render it
structurally unsound.
21.
Assignment and Subcontracting
A.
The Contractor shall not delegate its
duties under the Contract, or assign,
transfer, convey, sublet, or otherwise
dispose of the Contract, or any of its right,
title or interest therein, or its power to
execute the Contract, or assign all or any
portion of the monies that may be due or
become due hereunder, (collectively
referred to in this paragraph 18 as
“Assignment”), to any other person, entity
or thing without the prior written consent of
the County, and any attempt to do any of
the foregoing without such consent shall
be a material default by the Contractor.
B.
Such Assignment shall be subject to all of
the provisions of the Contract, assumption
of all of the provisions of the Contract by
the Contractor’s assignee, and to any
other condition the County requires. No
approval of any Assignment shall be
construed as enlarging any obligation of
the County under the terms and provisions
of the Contract. No Assignment of the
Contract or assumption by any person of
any duty of the Contractor under the
Contract shall provide for, or otherwise be
construed as, releasing the Contractor
from any term or provision of the Contract.
All warranties contained in this Contract
shall survive the termination of this
Contract.
Contracts Involving Installation
A.
Contractor shall clean up and remove all
debris and rubbish resulting from his work
from time to time as required or directed.
Upon completion of the work, the premises
shall be left in a neat unobstructed
condition, the buildings broom cleaned,
and everything in satisfactory repair and
order.
B.
Installation shall also include the
furnishings of any rigging necessary to
move equipment into the building; also the
removal and resetting of any removable
windows used for moving equipment into
the building.
C.
Bidders shall acquaint themselves with
conditions to be found at the Site and shall
assume all responsibility for placing and
installing the equipment in the locations
required.
D.
Contractor
shall
furnish
adequate
protection from damage for all work and
shall repair damages of any kind for which
he or his workmen are responsible.
E.
Equipment, supplies and materials shall
be stored, at the Contractor's risk, at the
Site only upon approval of the County. In
general, such on Site storage should be
avoided to prevent possible damage or
loss of material.
F.
Work shall be performed so as to cause
the least inconvenience to the County, and
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22.
Changes To Contractor or Contract
A.
The Contractor may, from time to time,
only with the County’s written consent,
enter into a Permitted Transfer. For
purposes of the Contract, a Permitted
Transfer means:
(i)
if the Contractor is a partnership, the
withdrawal or change, whether
voluntary, involuntary or by operation
of law, of the partners, or transfer of
partnership interests (other than the
purchase of partnership interests by
existing partners, by the partnership
itself or the immediate family
members by reason of gift, sale or
devise), or the dissolution of the
partnership
without
immediate
reconstitution thereof, and
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(ii)
B.
C.
1.
the
dissolution,
merger,
consolidation
or
other
reorganization of the Contractor;
and
2.
the sale or other transfer of
twenty percent (20%) or more of
the shares of the Contractor
(other
than
to
existing
shareholders, the corporation
itself or the immediate family
members of shareholders by
reason of gift, sale or devise).
If the Contractor is a not-for-profit
corporation, a change of twenty percent
(20%) or more of its shares or members
shall be deemed a Permitted Transfer.
E.
the proposed effective date of the
Permitted Transfer, which shall not be
less than thirty (30) days nor more
than one hundred eighty (180) days
after the date of delivery of the
Transfer Notice;
(ii)
a summary of the material terms of
the proposed Permitted Transfer;
(iii)
the name and address
proposed transferee;
(iv)
such information reasonably required
by the County, which will enable the
County to determine the financial
responsibility,
character,
and
reputation of the proposed transferee,
nature
of
the
proposed
assignee/transferee’s business and
experience;
(v.)
all executed forms required pursuant
to Exhibits D through G of the
Contract, that are required to be
submitted by the Contractor; and
of
the
vi) such other information as the County
may reasonably require.
Notwithstanding the County’s consent,
(i)
The Contractor shall notify the County in
writing, which notice (the “Transfer Notice”)
shall include:
(i)
D.
granted, provided that the transfer does
not violate any provision of the Contract,
and the transferee has not been convicted
of a criminal offense as described under
Article II of Chapter 143 of the Suffolk
County Code. The County shall grant or
deny its consent to any request of a
Permitted Transfer within twenty (20) days
after delivery to the County of the Transfer
Notice, in accordance with the provisions
of Paragraph 22 of the Contract. If the
County shall not give written notice to the
Contractor denying its consent to such
Permitted Transfer (and setting forth the
basis for such denial in reasonable detail)
within such twenty (20)-day period, then
the County shall be deemed to have
granted its consent to such Permitted
Transfer.
if the Contractor is a closely held
corporation (i.e. whose stock is not
publicly held and not traded through
an exchange or over the counter):
the terms and conditions of the
Contract shall in no way be deemed
to have been waived or modified; and
(ii) such consent shall not be deemed
consent to any further transfers.
23.
Non-Discrimination Requirements
To the extent required by Article 15 of the NYS
Executive Law (also known as the Human
Rights Law) and all other State and Federal
statutory and constitutional non-discrimination
provisions, the Contractor will not discriminate
against any employee or applicant for
employment because of race, creed, color,
sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age,
disability, genetic predisposition or carrier
status, or marital status. Furthermore, in
accordance with Section 220-e of the Labor
Law, if this is a Contract for the construction,
alteration or repair of any public building or
public work or for the manufacture, sale or
distribution of materials, equipment or supplies,
and to the extent that this Contract shall be
performed within the State of New York,
Contractor agrees that neither it nor its
subcontractors shall, by reasons of race,
creed, color, disability, sex or national origin:
(a) discriminate in hiring against any New York
State citizen who is qualified and available to
perform the work; or (b) discriminate against or
intimidate any employee hired for the
performance of work under this Contract.
The County agrees that any request for its
consent to a Permitted Transfer shall be
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24.
Bidder/Subcontractor/
Supplier Responsibility
ability to procure insurance and bonds
required for the project;
The
County,
in
determining
the
responsibility of the apparent lowest
Bidder, may require, and the apparent
lowest Bidder shall provide, such
information as the County deems
necessary in order to ascertain the
pecuniary and financial responsibility,
accountability, operational responsibility,
reliability, skill, capacity, ability, judgment,
integrity and moral worth of the apparent
lowest Bidder. In the event that the
apparent lowest Bidder shall be rejected or
fails to furnish the requested information
and is thereby disqualified and/or
otherwise
determined
to
be
not
responsible, the next lowest Bidder shall
become the apparent lowest Bidder.
v) Disclosure of any suspensions or
revocations of any professional license
of any director, officer, County, or
managerial employee of the apparent
lowest Bidder, to the extent that any
work to be performed is within the field
of such licensed profession;
B. The County may require the apparent
lowest Bidder, in addition to other
information, to furnish the following items:
vii) Disclosure of any and all violations
within the previous five years pertaining
to unlawful intimidation or discrimination
against any employee by reason of
race, creed, color, disability, sex or
natural origin and/or violations of an
employee's civil rights or equal
employment opportunities;
A.
i) Description of its experience with
projects of comparative size, complexity,
and cost within the past five years,
together with documentary evidence of
such projects; demonstration of the
Bidder’s ability and capacity to perform
a substantial portion of the project with
its own forces;
ii) Documentation from previous projects
regarding: timeliness of performance;
quality of work; extension requests;
labor disputes; litigation and arbitration
arising from such work, including fines
and penalties imposed and payment
thereof; liens filed; history of claims for
extra work; Contract defaults; together
with explanations of same;
iii) Identification and description of any
projects within the previous five years
that the apparent lowest Bidder was
determined by a municipality not to be a
Responsible Bidder, the reasons given
by such municipality therefore, together
with an explanation thereof;
iv) An adequate demonstration of
financial responsibility, which may
include, in the County’s discretion, a
Certified Financial Statement prepared
by a Certified Public Accountant, to
assure that the apparent lowest Bidder
possesses adequate resources and
availability of credit and the means and
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vi) Disclosure of any and all OSHA
violations within the previous five years,
as well as all notices of OSHA violations
filed against the apparent lowest Bidder
in the same five year period, together
with a description and explanation of
remediation or other steps taken
regarding such violations and notices of
violation;
viii) Certification and list of equipment
owned and/or leased by the apparent
lowest Bidder that will be utilized on the
project, together with maintenance
records and such assurances regarding
safety thereof as the County considers
appropriate;
ix) Disclosure
of
any
litigation
(including copies of pleadings) in which
the apparent lowest Bidder has been
named as a defendant or third party
defendant in an action involving a claim
for personal injury or wrongful death
arising from performance of work related
to any project in which it has been
engaged within the previous five years;
x) Disclosure of violations of the
Prevailing Wage and
Supplement
Payment Requirements of the Labor
Law, and any other Labor Law
provisions, including, but not limited to,
child labor violations, failure to pay
wages, or unemployment insurance tax
delinquencies within the past five years;
xi) Disclosure of violations of the
Worker's Compensation Law, including,
but not limited to the failure to provide
proof of Workmen's Compensation or
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Disability coverage and/or any lapses
thereof within the past five years;
County’s option to withhold from a Fund
Source an amount no greater than any moneys
due and owing to the County for any reason.
The County shall exercise its set-off rights
subject to approval by the County Attorney. In
cases of set-off pursuant to a Comptroller’s
audit, the County shall only exercise such right
after the finalization thereof, and only after
consultation with the County Attorney.
xii) Disclosure
of
any
criminal
convictions, involving the apparent
lowest Bidder, its officers, directors,
and/or managerial employees, within the
past ten years or criminal indictments or
investigations within the past five years;
xiii) Disclosure of any violations within
the past five years or pending charges
concerning federal, state or municipal
environmental and/or health laws,
codes, rules and/or regulations;
xiv) Identification of all work to be
subcontracted and all material to be
supplied along with their approximate
Contract value. All subcontractors and
suppliers are subject to the approval of
the County.
The approval of
subcontractors and suppliers shall be
subject to the same evaluation of
responsibility as their prime Contractor.
C.
25.
Prior to a final determination that the
apparent lowest Bidder is not responsible,
the County will notify the Bidder of same,
in writing, stating the reasons causing
concern, and setting forth a time, date and
place for the apparent lowest Bidder to
appear and be heard, prior to a
determination being made regarding his
responsibility.
Such hearing shall be
conducted informally, and Bidder shall
have no right to a formal evidentiary
hearing or to the examination or crossexamination of witnesses at said hearing.
28.
This Contract shall be governed by and
construed in accordance with the laws of the
State of New York, without regard to conflict of
laws. Venue shall be designated in the
Supreme Court, Suffolk County, the United
States District Court for the Eastern District of
New York, or, if appropriate, a court of inferior
jurisdiction in Suffolk County.
29.
30.
31.
Contractor warrants that, except as may
otherwise be authorized by agreement, it is not
in arrears to the County upon debt or Contract
and is not in default to the County as a surety.
27.
Set-Off Rights
The County shall have all of its common law,
equitable, and statutory rights of set-off. These
rights shall include, but not be limited to, the
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Conflicts Of Interest
The Contractor shall not, during the
performance of the obligations under this
Contract, pursue a course of conduct which
would cause a reasonable person to believe
that he or she is likely to be engaged in acts
that create a substantial conflict between its
obligations under the Contract and its private
interests. The Contractor is charged with the
duty to disclose to the County the existence of
any such adverse interests, whether existing or
potential. This duty shall continue as long as
the Term. The determination as to whether or
when a conflict may potentially exist shall
ultimately be made by the County Attorney
after full disclosure is obtained.
Merger; No Oral Changes
Arrears To County
No Waiver
It shall not be construed that any failure or
forbearance of the County to enforce any
provision of the Contract in any particular
instance or instances is a waiver of that
provisions. Such provision shall otherwise
remain in full force and effect, notwithstanding
any such failure.
It is expressly agreed that the Contract
represents the entire agreement of the parties
and that all previous understandings are herein
merged in the Contract. No modification of the
Contract shall be valid unless in written form
and executed by the County.
26.
Governing Law
Cooperation On Claims
The Contractor and the County shall render
diligently to each other, without compensation,
any and all cooperation that may be required to
defend the other party, its employees and
designated representatives against any claim,
demand or action that may be brought against
the other party, its employees or designated
representatives arising out of or in connection
with the Contract.
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32.
and execute all documents, and to use its
best efforts to ensure that its employees,
consultants, subcontractors, vendors and
agents do all acts and execute any
documents, necessary to vest ownership
in the County of any and all Work Product.
The Contractor may not secure copyright
protection. The County reserves to itself,
and the Contractor hereby gives to the
County, and to any other person
designated by the County, consent to
produce, reproduce, publish, translate,
display or otherwise use the Work. This
paragraph shall survive any completion,
expiration
or
termination
of
this
Agreement.
No Intended Third Party Beneficiaries
The Contract is entered into solely for the
benefit of the County and the Contractor. No
third party shall be deemed a beneficiary of the
Contract and no third party shall have the right
to make any claim or assert any right under the
Contract.
33.
Certification as to Relationships
The Contractor certifies under penalties of
perjury that, other than through the funds
provided in the Contract and other valid
agreements with the County, there is no known
spouse, life partner, business, commercial,
economic, or financial relationship with the
County or its elected officials. The Contractor
also certifies that there is no relationship within
the third degree of consanguinity, between the
County and Contractor or any of Contractor’s
partners, members, directors, or shareholders
owning five (5%) percent or more of the
Contractor,.
34.
The County shall be deemed to be the
author of all Work.
The Contractor
acknowledges that all Work shall
constitute “work made for hire” under the
U.S. copyright laws. To the extent that
any Work does not constitute a “work
made for hire,” the Contractor hereby
assigns to the County all right, title and
interest, including the right, title and
interest to reproduce, edit, adapt, modify
or otherwise use the Work, that the
Contractor may have or may hereafter
acquire in the Work, including all
intellectual property rights therein, in any
manner or medium throughout the world in
This
perpetuity without compensation.
includes, but is not limited to, the right to
reproduce and distribute the Work in
electronic or optical media, or in CD-ROM,
on-line or similar format.
Publications And Publicity
A. The Contractor shall not issue or publish
any book, article, report, or other
publication related to the Products without
first obtaining written prior approval from
the County. Any book, article, report or
other publication or printed matter related
to the Services provided pursuant to this
Agreement shall contain the following
statement in clear and legible print:
“This publication is fully or partially
funded by the County of Suffolk”
B.
35.
The Contractor shall not issue press
releases or any other information to the
media, in any form, concerning the
Services, without obtaining prior written
approval from the County.
Copyrights And Patents
A.
Copyrights: Any and all materials
generated by or on behalf of Contractor
while performing the Services (including,
without limitation, designs, images, video,
reports, analyses, manuals, films, tests,
tutorials, and any other work product of
any kind) and all intellectual property rights
relating thereto (“Work Product”) are and
shall be the sole property of the County.
Contractor hereby assigns to the County
its entire right, title and interest, if any, to
all Work Product, and agrees to do all acts
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B.
Patents: If the Contractor develops,
invents, designs or creates any idea,
concept, code, processes or other work or
materials during the Term, or as a result of
any Services performed under the
Contract (“patent eligible subject matter”),
it shall be the sole property of the County.
Contractor hereby assigns to the County
its entire right, title and interest, if any, to
all patent eligible subject matter, and
agrees to do all acts and execute all
documents, and to use its best efforts to
ensure that its employees, consultants,
subcontractors, vendors and agents do all
acts and execute any documents,
necessary to vest ownership in the County
of any and all patent eligible subject
matter. The Contractor may not apply for
or secure for itself patent protection. The
County reserves to itself, and the
Contractor hereby gives to the County,
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and to any other person designated by the
County, consent to produce or otherwise
use any item so discovered and/or the
right to secure a patent for discovery or
invention. This paragraph shall survive
any completion, expiration or termination
of this Agreement.
36.
remainder of the Contract, or the application of
such term or provision to persons or
circumstances other than those as to which it is
held invalid or unenforceable, shall not be
affected thereby, and every other term and
provision of the Contract shall be valid and shall
be enforced to the fullest extent permitted by
law.
39.
Lawful Hiring Of Employees Law In
Connection With Contracts For
Construction Or Future Construction
OSHA Safety Certification
A.
Pursuant to Section 220-h of the NYS
Labor Law, as to those contacts
advertised after July 17, 2008, where the
total cost of all work to be performed under
the Contract is at least two hundred fifty
thousand dollars; all laborers, workers,
and
mechanics
employed
in
the
performance of the Contract on the public
work Site, either by the Contractor, subContractor or other person doing or
contracting to do the whole or part of the
work contemplated by the Contract, shall
be certified prior to performing any work
on the project as having successfully
completed a course in construction safety
and health approved by the United States
Department of Labor's Occupational
Safety and Health Administration that is at
least ten hours in duration.
B.
Each Contractor, and/or subcontractor
doing or contracting to do work
contemplated
by
the
Contract is
responsible for maintaining proof of the
certification required under Section 220-h
of the NYS Labor Law for each laborer,
worker, and mechanic employed in the
performance of the Contract on the public
work Site. Proof of certification shall
be produced and made available for
inspection at the work Site within 24 hours
of any request for same by the County.
In the event that the Contract is subject to the
Lawful Hiring of Employees Law of the County
of Suffolk, Suffolk County Code Chapter 234,
as more fully set forth in the Article entitled
"Suffolk County Legislative Requirements," the
Contractor shall maintain the documentation
mandated to be kept by this law on the
construction Site at all times. Employee sign-in
sheets and register/log books shall be kept on
the construction Site at all times and all
covered employees, as defined in the law, shall
be
required
to
sign
such
sign-in
sheets/register/log books to indicate their
presence on the construction Site during such
working hours.
37.
Notice
Unless otherwise expressly provided, all
notices shall be in writing and shall be deemed
sufficiently given if sent by regular first class
mail and certified mail, or personally delivered
during business hours as follows: 1.) to the
Contractor at the address on page 1 of the
Contract and 2.) to the County at the
Department, or as to either of the foregoing, to
such other address as the addressee shall
have indicated by prior written notice to the
addressor. All notices received by the County
relating to a legal claim shall be immediately
sent to the Department and also to the County
Attorney at 100 Veterans Memorial Highway,
P.O. Box 6100, (Sixth Floor), Hauppauge, New
York, 11788. The County shall report to the
Contractor in writing within ten (10) days of the
initiation by or against it of any legal action or
proceeding in connection with or relating to
The Contract.
38.
End of Text for Exhibit A
Severability
It is expressly agreed that if any term or
provision of the Contract, or the application
thereof to any person or circumstance, shall be
held invalid or unenforceable to any extent, the
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Exhibit B
remedies as set forth therein, for violations of
this Law.
Article IV
Suffolk County Legislative Requirements
Required Forms:
1.
Contractor’s/Vendor’s Public Disclosure
Suffolk County Living Wage Form LW-1;
entitled “Suffolk County Department of Labor
– Living Wage Unit Notice of Application for
County Compensation (Contract).”
Statement
It shall be the duty of the Contractor to read,
become familiar with, and comply with the
requirements of section A5-7 of Article V of
the Suffolk County Code.
Unless certified by an officer of the
Contractor as being exempt from the
requirements of section A5-7 of Article V of
the Suffolk County Code, the Contractor
represents and warrants that it has filed with
the Comptroller the verified public disclosure
statement required by Suffolk County
Administrative Code Article V, section A5-7
and shall file an update of such statement
with the Comptroller on or before the 31st
day of January in each year of the Contract’s
duration. The Contractor acknowledges that
such filing is a material, contractual and
statutory duty and that the failure to file such
statement shall constitute a material breach
of the Contract, for which the County shall be
entitled, upon a determination that such
breach has occurred, to damages, in
addition to all other legal remedies, of fifteen
percent (15%) of the amount of the Contract.
Required Form:
Suffolk County Form SCEX 22; entitled
“Contractor’s/Vendor’s Public Disclosure
Statement”
2.
Living Wage Law
It shall be the duty of the Contractor to read,
become familiar with, and comply with the
requirements of Chapter 575, of the Suffolk
County Code.
This Contract is subject to the Living Wage
Law of the County of Suffolk. The law
requires that, unless specific exemptions
apply, all employers (as defined) under
service contracts and recipients of County
financial assistance, (as defined) shall
provide payment of a minimum wage to
employees as set forth in the Living Wage
Law. Such rate shall be adjusted annually
pursuant to the terms of the Suffolk County
Living Wage Law of the County of Suffolk.
Under the provisions of the Living Wage
Law, the County shall have the authority,
under
appropriate
circumstances,
to
terminate the Contract and to seek other
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Suffolk County Living Wage Form LW-38;
entitled “Suffolk County Department of Labor
– Living Wage Unit Living Wage
Certification/Declaration – Subject To Audit.”
3.
Use of County Resources to Interfere
with Collective Bargaining Activities
It shall be the duty of the Contractor to read,
become familiar with, and comply with the
requirements of Article I of Chapter 803 of
the Suffolk County Code.
County Contractors (as defined by section
803-2) shall comply with all requirements of
Chapter 803 of the Suffolk County Code,
including the following prohibitions:
a.
The Contractor shall not use
County funds to assist, promote, or
deter union organizing.
b.
No County funds shall be used to
reimburse the Contractor for any
costs incurred to assist, promote, or
deter union organizing.
c.
No employer shall use County
property to hold a meeting with
employees or supervisors if the
purpose of such meeting is to
assist, promote, or deter union
organizing.
If the Services are performed on County
property, the Contractor must adopt a
reasonable access agreement, a neutrality
agreement, fair communication agreement,
non-intimidation agreement, and a majority
authorization card agreement.
If the Services are for the provision of human
services and are not to be performed on
County property, the Contractor must adopt,
at the least, a neutrality agreement.
Under the provisions of Chapter 803, the
County shall have the authority, under
appropriate circumstances, to terminate the
Contract and to seek other remedies as set
forth therein, for violations of this Law.
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Required Form:
Suffolk County Labor Law Form DOL-LO1;
entitled “Suffolk County Department of Labor
– Labor Mediation Unit Union Organizing
Certification/Declaration - Subject to Audit.”
4.
Lawful Hiring of Employees Law
It shall be the duty of the Contractor to read,
become familiar with, and comply with the
requirements of Article II of Chapter 353 of
the Suffolk County Code.
This Contract is subject to the Lawful Hiring
of Employees Law of the County of Suffolk. It
provides that all covered employers, (as
defined), and the owners thereof, as the
case may be, that are recipients of
compensation from the County through any
grant, loan, subsidy, funding, appropriation,
payment,
tax
incentive,
contract,
subcontract, license agreement, lease or
other financial compensation agreement
issued by the County or an awarding
agency, where such compensation is one
hundred percent (100%) funded by the
County, shall submit a completed sworn
affidavit (under penalty of perjury), the form
of which is attached, certifying that they have
complied, in good faith, with the
requirements of Title 8 of the United States
Code Section 1324a with respect to the
hiring of covered employees (as defined)
and with respect to the alien and nationality
status of the owners thereof. The affidavit
shall be executed by an authorized
representative of the covered employer or
owner, as the case may be; shall be part of
any executed contract, subcontract, license
agreement, lease or other financial
compensation agreement with the County;
and shall be made available to the public
upon request.
All contractors and subcontractors (as
defined) of covered employers, and the
owners thereof, as the case may be, that are
assigned to perform work in connection with
a County contract, subcontract, license
agreement, lease or other financial
compensation agreement issued by the
County or awarding agency, where such
compensation is one hundred percent
(100%) funded by the County, shall submit to
the covered employer a completed sworn
affidavit (under penalty of perjury), the form
of which is attached, certifying that they have
complied, in good faith, with the
requirements of Title 8 of the United States
Code Section 1324a with respect to the
hiring of covered employees and with
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respect to the alien and nationality status of
the owners thereof, as the case may be.
The affidavit shall be executed by an
authorized representative of the contractor,
subcontractor, or owner, as the case may
be; shall be part of any executed contract,
subcontract, license agreement, lease or
other financial compensation agreement
between the covered employer and the
County; and shall be made available to the
public upon request.
An updated affidavit shall be submitted by
each such employer, owner, contractor and
subcontractor no later than January 1 of
each year for the duration of any contract
and upon the renewal or amendment of the
Contract, and whenever a new contractor or
subcontractor is hired under the terms of the
Contract.
The Contractor acknowledges that such
filings are a material, contractual and
statutory duty and that the failure to file any
such statement shall constitute a material
breach of the Contract.
Under the provisions of the Lawful Hiring of
Employees Law, the County shall have the
authority to terminate the Contract for
violations of this Law and to seek other
remedies available under the law.
The documentation mandated to be kept by
this law shall at all times be kept on site.
Employee sign-in sheets and register/log
books shall be kept on site at all times during
working hours and all covered employees,
as defined in the law, shall be required to
sign such sign-in sheets/register/log books to
indicate their presence on the site during
such working hours.
Required Forms:
Suffolk County Lawful Hiring of Employees
Law Form LHE-1; entitled “Suffolk County
Department of Labor – Notice Of Application
To Certify Compliance With Federal Law (8
U.S.C. Section 1324a) With Respect To
Lawful Hiring of Employees.”
Suffolk County Lawful Hiring of Employees
Law Form LHE-2; entitled “Affidavit Of
Compliance With The Requirements Of 8
U.S.C. Section 1324a With Respect To
Lawful Hiring Of Employees”
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5.
Upon signing the Contract, the Contractor
certifies that it has not been convicted of a
criminal offense within the last ten (10)
years. The term “conviction” shall mean a
finding of guilty after a trial or a plea of guilty
to an offense covered under section 189-5 of
the Suffolk County Code under “No
responsible Bidder.”
Gratuities
It shall be the duty of the Contractor to read,
become familiar with, and comply with the
requirements of Chapter 664 of the Suffolk
County Code.
The Contractor represents and warrants that
it has not offered or given any gratuity to any
official, employee or agent of the County or
the State or of any political party, with the
purpose or intent of securing an agreement
or securing favorable treatment with respect
to the awarding or amending of an
agreement or the making of any
determinations
with
respect
to
the
performance of an agreement.
6.
9.
It shall be the duty of the Contractor to read,
become familiar with, and comply with the
requirements of Article III of Chapter 893 of
the Suffolk County Code.
The Contractor shall not use any of the
moneys, in part or in whole, and either
directly or indirectly, received under the
Contract in connection with the prosecution
of any civil action against the County in any
jurisdiction or any judicial or administrative
forum.
Prohibition Against Contracting with
Corporations that Reincorporate
Overseas
It shall be the duty of the Contractor to read,
become familiar with, and comply with the
requirements of sections A4-13 and A4-14 of
Article IV of the Suffolk County Code.
10.
All contract agencies that conduct youth
sports programs are required to develop and
maintain a written plan or policy addressing
incidents of possible or actual concussion or
other head injuries among sports program
participants. Such plan or policy must be
submitted prior to the award of a County
contract, grant or funding. Receipt of such
plan or policy by the County does not
represent approval or endorsement of any
such plan or policy, nor shall the County be
subject to any liability in connection with any
such plan or policy.
Child Sexual Abuse Reporting Policy
It shall be the duty of the Contractor to read,
become familiar with, and comply with the
requirements of Article II of Chapter 880 of
the Suffolk County Code.
The Contractor shall comply with Article II of
Chapter 880, of the Suffolk County Code,
entitled “Child Sexual Abuse Reporting
Policy,” as now in effect or amended
hereafter or of any other Suffolk County
Local Law that may become applicable
during the term of the Contract with regard to
child sexual abuse reporting policy.
8.
Non Responsible Bidder
It shall be the duty of the Contractor to read,
become familiar with, and comply with the
requirements of Article II of Chapter 189 of
the Suffolk County Code.
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Youth Sports
It shall be the duty of the Contractor to read,
become familiar with, and comply with Article
III of Chapter 730 of the Suffolk County
Code.
The Contractor represents that it is in
compliance with sections A4-13 and A4-14
of Article IV of the Suffolk County Code.
Such law provides that no contract for
consulting services or goods and services
shall be awarded by the County to a
business previously incorporated within the
U.S.A. that has reincorporated outside the
U.S.A.
7.
Use of Funds in Prosecution of Civil
Actions Prohibited
11.
Work Experience Participation
If the Contractor is a not-for-profit or
governmental agency or institution, each of
the Contractor's locations in the County at
which the Services are provided shall be a
work site for public-assistance clients of
Suffolk County pursuant to Chapter 281 of
the Suffolk County Code at all times during
the Term of the Contract.
If no
Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU")
with the Suffolk County Department of Labor
for work experience is in effect at the
beginning of the Term of the Contract, the
Contractor, if it is a not-for-profit or
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governmental agency or institution, shall
enter into such MOU as soon as possible
after the execution of the Contract and
failure to enter into or to perform in
accordance with such MOU shall be deemed
to be a failure to perform in accordance with
the Contract, for which the County may
withhold payment, terminate the Contract or
exercise such other remedies as may be
appropriate in the circumstances.
12.
Suffolk County Local Laws Website
Address
Suffolk County Local Laws, Rules and
Regulations can be accessed on the
homepage of the Suffolk County Legislature.
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