RAJENDRA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, RANCHI

RAJENDRA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, RANCHI
RAJENDRA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, RANCHI
Tender Notice No. 6273 / RIMS, Ranchi, Dated 18.07.2014
Tender paper for Supply & Installation of Centralised Medical Gas Pipeline Systems (O2 /
N2O / CO2 / Vacuum / Compressed Air) in Newly Constructed 172 bedded Superspeciality
Building & 68 bedded Oncology Building at Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, Ranchi
Issued to
M/s _____________________________________
________________________________________
________________________________________
________________________________________
Against money receipt number ………………………… dated : …………………
Cashier
RIMS, Ranchi
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Tender for supply & installation of Centralised Medical Gas Pipeline
Systems (O2 / N2O / CO2 / Vacuum / Compressed Air) in Newly Constructed
Superspeciality Building & Oncology Building at Rajendra Institute of
Medical Sciences, Ranchi
To,
M/s _____________________________________
________________________________________
________________________________________
________________________________________
Dear Sir,
Director, Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, Ranchi invites you to tender for supply &
installation of Centralised Medical Gas Pipeline Systems (O2 / N2O / CO2 / Vacuum /
Compressed Air) in Newly Constructed Superspeciality Building & Oncology Building at
Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, Ranchi
The conditions of contract which will govern any contract made are as under. Any special
conditions attached in tender will also be part of the conditions
If you are in a position to quote for supply & installation in accordance with requirements stated
in tender notice & tender form, you must also furnish all the information called for, along with
your tender.
This tender is non transferable.
All legal matter in respect to this tender will be subject to jurisdiction of Hon‟ble Jharkhand High
Court, Ranchi.
The last date of submission of tender paper by registered posts / speed post only, is 30.08.2014
latest by 4:30 p.m.
Yours faithfully
Sd/Director
Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences
Ranchi
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OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR
RAJENDRA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, RANCHI
Bariatu, Ranchi – 834009 (Jharkhand)
General Terms & Conditions
1.
The terms and conditions mentioned in tender notice no. 6273 dated 18.07.2014 RIMS,
Ranchi.
2.
The tender should be submitted in duplicate complete with specification, literature, leaflet
along with catalogues etc. leaving no room for back references.
3.
Bids are to be submitted in two parts viz. (A) Technical Bid containing complete technical
aspects including original EMD, Affidavit etc., except price bid & (B) Price Bid containing
price elements only.
4.
Technical Specification should be in the proforma / format given below :
(A) Items of main system for Liquid O2 & Medical gas pipeline :Sl. Item details description
Quantity or
Make or
No. with full specification for
volume or
manufacturer
which the bidders have
capacity which
& model or
quoted.
ever is suitable
size
for the quoted
item.
1
2
3
Remarks or extra
advantages of
the quoted
model.
Note :
(i)
The bidders have to mention clearly dia., size, thickness, colour & other quality
(like brass, aluminium, copper, M.S., S.S., PVC etc.) of pipes & other fittings.
(ii) Number of offered out lets should be mentioned clearly.
(iii) All the pipes must be Lloyed (UK) certified and must be stamped with British
Standard (BS) certification on every pipe.
(iv) The bed distribution in the building is (i) Superspeciality Block – 172 bedded & (ii)
Oncology Block 68 bedded.
(v) There will also be operation threatres for cardiology, CTVS, Urology, Oncology &
Paediatric Surgery department in these building. Hence the tenderers have to visit
the site & have to discuss technical issues with the above mentioned departments
HODs before quoting their offers.
(vi) All the bidders have also to quote for arrangement of oxygen cylinders with all its
accessories for trolley patients.
(viii) For installation of liquid oxygen tank, it will be the bidders responsibility to get NOC
or certificates from the competent authority whatsoever.
Tenderers Technical Details of turn key works
(B) Civil /Electrical/Mechanical / furnishing etc works to be done (if any) by the
bidders under turnkey project.
Civil & Mechanical turnkey works :Sl.
Tenderer's detailed item list/work list
No.
1.
Construction of shade for DG set
Quantity offered by the
tenderer
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2.
RCC roof area construction for installation of
complete plant room.
Foundation & fencing work for installation of Liquid
O2 Tank, Compressor tank, Vacuum tank and
pump etc. (As required & compatible according to
the size of the bidders system
3
i.
Electrical works : (If any required under turnkey)
Sl.
No.
Tenderer's detailed item list/work list
Quantity offered by the
tenderer
Note :
1. All the electrical items including Air conditioning, Silent generators set & earthing for
the medical gas plant system will have to be supplied & installed by the tenderer.
Tenders without turnkey works will be summarily rejected.
ii.
Furnitures works : (If any required to run the machines under turnkey)
Sl.
No.
Tenderer's item list
Quantity offered by the
tenderer
Note :
(i).
Before quoting the tender & before participating in the meeting the tenderers must
have to visit the sites & they have to discuss with authority/faculty for location &
confirmation of site.
(ii).
Before finalization of the tender, the tenderers have to arrange on site practical
demonstration of their quoted machines (major equipment) to the members of
technical committee on any of their pre installed sites on tenderer‟s own cost.
(iii)
The complete system will have 05 (five) years guarantee / warranty (with all kinds
of accessories & spares) & then after under 05 years comprehensive maintenance
contract with labour, all spares & accessories.
(iv)
All the bidders also have to submit their quoted technical bid in a pen drive. Name
of their firms should be mentioned on the body of the pen drive.
(v)
To obtain NOC from department of Fire Safety & Explosive, Govt. of India for
Installation of liquid O2 tank shall be responsibility of the bidder.
Full signature of the
tenderer with seal
Designation : ……………………
Dated : ……………………
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5
(A) Price Bid Proforma : (To be quoted in separate envelope)
A. (i) Main System
Sl.
Description of
Make /
Quoted quantity as
Unit rate of
No.
items to be
Model /
evaluated by the
the quoted
provided by
Size /
technical experts of
item INR
the bidders
Dimension
the bidders to meet
as per
the requirement of the
demand of
oncology & super
tender
specialty building & as
per need of tender
1
2
3
4
5
Amount
INR
A. (ii) Essential accessories supplied by the firm free of cost to run the complete
system smoothly.
Sl.
No.
Name of
accessories
Technical specification
in details with
manufacturer name.
Quantity
Remarks (if any)
Note :- The bidders also have to provide at least 20 oxygen cylinders with all its
accessories like - mask, cylinder trolley etc. for trolley patients. They also have to supply
20 N2O Cylinders and 08 CO2 Cylinders in the system room.
(B). Essential consumables required to run the machine such as liquid oxygen,
papers, cartridges, chemicals, gases, fuels etc. supplied by the firm for complete
system to run the system smoothly.
Sl.
No.
Name of
consumables
1.
Refilling of Liquid
Oxygen tank
D
type
bulk
cylinder
Refilling of Bulk
N2O cylinder
Refiling of CO2
cylinder
2.
3.
4.
(C)
Technical specification
in details with
manufacturer name.
Unit
Unit
Rate
FOR
RIMS
Remarks
(if any)
Per m3
Per D type bulk
Cylinder
Per bulk Cylinder
Per Cylinder
Bidder offered quantity and price of complete turnkey works (i.e. Civil + Electrical+
Mechanical + Furniture etc.). All the bidders have to make their own arrangements
for civil construction works require to safe guard & smooth handling of their
complete system. Total quoted price for turnkey works only Rs. ……………………..
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Note 1 : After installation of the complete system the successful bidders have to supply all the
consumables (gases/liquid O2 etc) free of cost for the first time to make the system functional
or for demonstration of the installed system to the technical committee for verification & testing
of the complete system.
Note 2 : The quantity & measurement of pipes & accessories which is mentioned in the BOQ
may varry (increase or decrease) as per need and recommendation of the faculty / technical
committee, RIMS during physical verification of the site in presence of the bidders during
technical evaluation.
Note 3 : Price of consumable liquid oxygen and other medical gases (especially N 2O/CO2) will
be calculated & considered on an average approx. basis (in anticipation of approx
consumption for 240 patients) and it will be considered & evaluated during price comparison.
Anticipated approx monthly consumption (not real) of gases – Liquid O2 – 15000 m3 / N2O – 6
bulk cylinder / CO2 - 1 to 2 bulk cylinders.
(D) Price of Comprehensive maintenance contract with all spares & labour charges
after expiry of guarantee period for five years :Year
6 Year
7th Year
8th Year
9th Year
10th Year
C.M.C. Rate in Indian Rs. (per year)
th
Note :
(1)
Price of C.M.C. for five years will also be considered during price comparative
evaluation.
(2)
Warranty as well as CMC will cover (inclusive of) all spares, accessories & turnkey
works and it will also cover :i.
Any kind of motor
ii.
Plastic & glass parts
iii.
All kind of sensors
iv.
All kind of pipes, joints, outlets points with probe / adopter, patient masks,
Oxygen Flow meter, Humidifier bottle, rubber tubes, filters, regulator, Jar,
switches, coils, magnets, probes, transducers, cuffs, paddles, cables, chart
recorders, patient circuits, tube, bulbs, electrodes, humidifiers, sensors,
cassettes, printers & images, UPS including the replacement of batteries, Airconditioners, fuses, transformers, monitors, cameras, stabilizers, furnitures,
aprons, badges, radiation accessories, software & Hardware, chambers,
phantoms & other accessories (if any) will be supplied & installed by the
bidders without charging any extra cost under warranty & C.M.C.
v.
No conditional warranty or CMC will be accepted.
vi.
The bidders have to clearly mention all the taxes applicable on their supplied
items FOR, RIMS, Ranchi in their price offer. No other taxes or duties will be
paid or considered later on.
(Total amount of the complete system on turn key basis i.e. A+B+C+D = Rs……………
………………………………)
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(in words Rs …………………………………………………………..) with five years
comprehensive guarantee/warranty with all accessories, spares, manpower & turnkey
maintenance works.
Full signature of the
tenderer with seal
----------------------Name
(in capital letters)
Sd/Director
Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences
Ranchi
-----------------------Designation
7.
The tenderers have to mention clearly the names and technical specifications of the
relevant accessories which they will supply along with the main system, free of cost in
their price bid.
8.
The price should be inclusive packing, carriage, installation & demonstration cost.
9.
The price quoted should be valid for at least one year from the date of opening of tender.
10.
The intending tenderers should produce the copy of manufacturing registration
certificate. In case of authorization – original authorization certificate issued by the
manufacturer in the name of Director, RIMS, Ranchi. The authorization must be valid at
the time of tender opening.
11.
The tenderer must enclose registration certificate of Jharkhand Sales tax/JVAT along
with update respective clearance certificate or If the bidding agency is not registered
under Jharkhand Sales tax department then they must give an undertaking through
notary affidavit that “They will supply & install the equipment/items at fixed destination
after payment of JVAT/Jharkhand Sales tax on their own & they will make their own
arrangements for customs clearance in case of imported equipments. They shall not
demand any document from Director, RIMS for clearance or duty exemption/waiver/relief
in this regard.”
12.
The tenderer should furnish the warranty / guarantee period of the complete system.
13.
The tender without EMD will be ignored straightway.
14.
Incomplete tender will be summarily rejected.
15.
The EMD will be refunded in full to the unsuccessful tenderers after finalization of tender
and in case of successful tender, the EMD will be refunded only after expiry of warranty /
guarantee period / submission of security money against the work order, which ever will
be earlier.
16.
The full EMD shall be forfeited in case of backing out of the offer after acceptance.
17.
The successful tenderer have to supply the items in accordance with the specification as
finalized and approved by the purchase committee.
18.
Incase of late job completition/installation/completion of the full complete project from the
stipulated time frame, the liquidated damage charges/penalties shall be
incorporated/charged on the bidders as follows:(i) @0.5% of the total contract value after 07 (seven days) from the stipulated date of
job completion and subsequently 0.5% on every seven days (weekly) maximum
upto 04 weeks.
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(ii) After 04 weeks @1% of the contract value on every 07 days and upto further 04
weeks (i.e. upto total 08 weeks after stipulated date of job completion)/
(iii) After 08 weeks @2% of the contract value on every 07 days and upto further 04
weeks (i.e. upto total 12 weeks after stipulated date of job completion).
(iv) After 12 weeks the security money and EMD will be forfeited by RIMS & the amount
will be deposited in RIMS account & will be utilized for institute‟s
development/treatment of patients.
Full signature of the tenderer
With seal and date
Designation.
19..
Contractor Form „A‟
Telegraph Address :- ………………………………………………………..
Telephone No. : ……………………..
Telex No. : ……………………………
Fax No. ……………………………….
From
_______________________________
_______________________________
_______________________________
(Full name and address of the tenderer)
To
The Director
Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences,
Ranchi.
Sir,
1.
I / We hereby offer to supply & install the stores on turnkey basis detailed in the
schedule here to such position thereof as you may specify in the supply order at the
price given in the said schedule and agree to hold the order (offer) open till it is opened.
I/We shall be bound by communication of acceptance within the prescribed time.
2.
I / We have understood the instructions to tenderers and terms conditions of contract for
contract concluded by Director, RIMS as contained in schedule & tender notice. We
have thoroughly examined specification drawing or pattern quoted in the schedule here
to and am/are fully aware of the nature of the stores required.
3.
The following pages have been enclosed to and from part of this tender's technical bid
………… ………………………………………
Yours faithfully
Signature of tenderer
Address …………………
Dated ……………….……
Seal……………………….
20.
The complete job of installation of medical gas plant & uninterrupted gas supply system
shall be responsibility of one & only one bidder for sake of project as well as for after
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sale maintenance services. This tender will not be distributed in between or among the
bidders. This tender is non transferable.
21.
All documents duly completed, signed and sealed should be enclosed with your tender
offer failing which your quotation will be treated as incomplete & will be rejected.
Technical compliance report duly filled and signed with seal of the bidder.
The bidders must fill all the rows/columns of this compliance report. This report will be inspected
& evaluated by purchase committee and accordingly documents will be verified on the
concerned page numbers.
Sl.
No.
Enclosures required
Have you
enclosed it?
write clearly
Yes or No
If yes then on page
no. of this bid.
1.
Jharkhand Sales tax / VAT Registration certificate (Should be clearly
visible)
Page No. …………
2.
Jharkhand Sales tax / VAT clearance certificate valid on the date of
opening of this bid.
Page No. …………
OR
If the bidding agency is not registered under Jharkhand sales tax
department, then they must give an undertaking through notary
affidavit that “They will supply the equipment/items at specified places
after payment of JVAT/Jharkhand Sales tax on their own & they will
make their own arrangements for customers clearance in case of
imported equipments. They shall not demand any document from
Director, RIMS for JVAT / clearance/duty exemption/waiver/ relief in
this regard.
3.
(i) Whether manufacturer or authorized dealer
(ii) If authorized dealer then write names of the original manufacturers
and enclose the authorizations issued to you. e.g.
a. Authorization letter of M/s ……..
Yes or No
On Page No. …….
b. Authorization letter of M/s …….. and so on
Yes or No
On Page No. …….
4.
Income Tax PAN No. (e.g. XYZA1234G) also mention clearly that
PAN No. of proprietor or PAN no. of Company
Yes or No
On Page No. …….
5.
Demand Draft No. ………. dated ….. issued by (name of bank)
……… amount Rs. ……………………. in favour of Director, RIMS,
Ranchi.
Yes or No
On Page No. …….
6.
Affidavits through first class magistrate / Notary Public, mentioning
that –
(a) “Our company has not been black listed or convicted in the past
by any Hospital Organization or by any Government / Semi
government organization / P.S.Us / C.B.I / C.C.I & free from all
kind of litigation/allegations”,
(b) That the firm has no vigilance case/CBI/FEMA/CCI case
pending against him/supplier (Principal)
(c) That the firm is not supplying the same item at lower rate quoted
in the tender to any government organization or any other
institute.
Yes or No
On Page No. …….
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(d)
That the firm shall supply all the consumable
uninterruptedly during warranty & CMC period.
gases
7.
Technical specifications with catalogue & dimensions of equipment,
accessories & details of turnkey works. The bidders have to provide
complete layout plan of the constructions & electrical works (if any)
required and to be done by the bidder within their offer for installation
& functioning of the complete system.
Yes or No
On Page No. …….
8.
Certificates of ISO/CE/BS/NFPA/HTM etc (as mentioned in tender
paper for particular items) in the name of original equipment
manufacturer. The certificate must be clear & showing the name of
items for which it is issued to the manufacturer.
Yes or No
On Page No. …….
9.
I.T. return certificate & balance sheet of the bidders for last three
financial years having minimum turnover of Rs. 5,00,00,000/- (Rupee
Five crore only) in any one year within last three years.
Yes or No
On Page No. …….
10.
Bidders acceptance letter/undertaking that they shall provide five
years comprehensive warranty & then after five years comprehensive
maintenance contract with all spares, accessories & labour charges
for complete system.
Yes or No
On Page No. …….
11.
Job completion or payment certificate issued by competent authority
of any government hospital / PSU showing installation of Medical Gas
pipeline system. The work experience should not be less than of 250
bedded hospital having work value not less than Rs. Three crores.
(Priority shall be given to the bidders who have successfully
completed more nos. of AMC/CMC of the similar system with
satisfactory functioning in Govt. or Semi-Govt. Hospitals). The
experience certificate issued by the concerned department must be
enclosed in the technical bid.
Yes or No
On Page No. …….
Note :
1. Sales tax form JVAT-504 G / Road permit / Entry tax etc. of Govt. of Jharkhand will not be
issued by authority. It will be responsibility of the bidders to arrange JVAT form 504-G or any
other documents related to sales tax / entry tax on their own.
2. If any of the above enclosures are of more than one page then in the page number columns
write clearly on page no. ……..….. to page no. ………..
3. Without filling the compliance report the offer will be rejected directly at the time of technical
evaluation.
4. All the bidders have to provide soft copy of their technical specifications (same as they have
submitted in hard copy of technical bid) in PEN drive also. PEN drive must be submitted by
all the bidders at the time of opening of technical bid in front of purchase committee.
Certificate of Compliance
I Mr. / Mrs. / Miss ……………………….……………. on behalf of M/s (Name of firm / company)
………………………………..…………………. do hereby confirm that I have verified the above
compliance report, it is duly filled. Our technical bid consists of total (No. of pages)
……………………. (in words …………………………...…….………………)
Signature of the Bidder
with date & seal of the firm / company
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22.
Please enclose photocopies of your complete registration certificate with DGS&D / NSIC
./ DGQA, (if any) as applicable, which should be valid on the date of tender opening.
23.
Price bid of technically acceptable offers would only be opened for which either the
respective firm would be invited through telephone / fax or the same may be opened with
display in the notice board in case telephone message can not be passed on.
24.
The following information should be given in the offer by tenderers :a.
Complete configuration of the main equipments.
b.
Relevant (must) accessories should be supplied with the equipment, if it is required
for running the complete system.
c.
Optional accessories, if any.
25.
Liquidated damages shall be levid for delay in supplies as per Governing Rules.
26.
Guarantee For Complete system : All quotees firms shall confirm guarantee of the
complete equipments for 5 years of trouble free working from real date of handover i.e.
the real date of completion of complete project including all installations, turnkey works &
functioning of the complete system dully confirmed by RIMS technical committee. They
will undertake repairs if needed within 03 days of intimation. They shall also indicate in
their technical bids, how many precautionary physical check-up would be carried out by
them during guarantee period.
27.
The successful tenderer shall have to submit security deposit equal to 10% of the value
of the contract in form of Bank guarantee pledged to Director, RIMS, Ranchi & valid for
five years + period of installation of the complete project from the date of issue.
28.
Tenders / Quotations are to be submitted in duplicate. Number of pages, leaflets /
pamphlets, catalogue drawings etc. should be tied separately and marked original /
duplicate. However, the tender inquiry document issued by RIMS should be attached
with original copy of tender / quotation.
29.
Technical bids & Price bids should be kept sealed separately superscribing the envelope
“Technical Bid” & “Price Bid” and Tender Notice No. & Tenderers name with full
address & telephone numbers.
30.
The tenderers shall give a clear and guaranteed delivery period for completion of supply
& installation.
31.
Tenderers are required to answer all the question mentioned in the schedule & should
return the same duly signed and filled along with form “A”
32.
The tendering firms shall note that the supplies will be made in accordance with the
specification mentioned in the tender.
33.
Nevertheless, the purchaser shall be liable for price variation after final approval by
purchase committee.
34.
The tenderer has to mention clearly the quality, specification, names of companies for
consumables like films & others to be used in the machines for optimum quality results.
The tenderer has to assure in written about the local availability of consumables in their
tender.
35.
If the supplier, having been called upon by the purchaser to furnish security deposit
(S.D.), failed to furnish the same within the period provided it shall be lawful for the
purchaser to forfeit the E.M.D. and to cancel the contract.
36.
The purchaser shall be entitled and it shall be lawful on his part to forfeit the amount of
security deposit in whole or in part in the event of any default, failure or neglect on the
part of the supplier in the fulfillment of performance in all respect of the contract under
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references or any other contract with the purchaser or any part thereof to the satisfaction
of the purchaser.
37.
The security deposit shall remain in full force and effect during the period that would be
taken for satisfactory performance and fullfitment of in all respects of the contract i.e.
since final acceptance of the goods/equipments or any other by the consignee and be
valid upto guarantee period of the equipments to be purchased.
38.
After complete installation of the equipment the supplier shall inform the technical
committee or the concerned authority in writing for inspection & functioning of the
equipments. If the inspecting officer finds that pre-inspection of the consignment is not
as required then the consignment is liable for rejection.
39.
Contractor / Seller hereby declare that the goods / stores / articles sold / supplied /
installed to the purchaser under this contract shall be of the best quality and
workmanship and new in all respects and shall be strictly in accordance with the
specification & particulars mentioned in the contract.
40.
The contractor / seller hereby guarantees that the said goods / articles would continue to
confirm to the description and quality aforesaid for a period of Five years from the date
of final installation.
41.
a.
Warranty to the effect that before joining out of production for the spare parts they
will give in adequate advance notice to the purchaser of the equipment so that the
later may undertake the balance of the life time requirements.
b.
Warranty to the effect that they will make available the blue prints of drawings of
the spares if & when required in connection with the main equipment.
The following clauses are required to be confirmed :a.
Free routine servicing (at least 2 visits of their engineers at site in one year) will
be carried out by the firm till guarantee period.
b.
The firms will make available full engineer support package (ESP) including
essential maintenance and recommended spares for maintenance of the
equipment for further 05 years after the guarantee period.
c.
The following set of documents in respect of the equipments are also required to
be supplied by the firm :Literature
Distributions
Quantity
(i)
Operation instructions
With each equipment
(ii)
Wiring diagram
Inspecting
authority
2 sets each
2 sets
(Concerned authority)
d.
(iii)
Maintenance service manual
Inspecting authority
2 sets
(iv)
Spare parts lists indicating cost
(Concerned authority)
2 sets
The tenderers should quote the latest models. Quotations for out dated models of
equipments will not be entertained.
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42.
Price bids and technical bids should be separately sealed, covers duly superscribed.
Both the bids should be in duplicate. Both these sealed bids should be put in another
main envelope duly sealed & mentioning following informations.
Tender notice no. 6273 dated 18.7.2014 for the department of ……………….
Date & time of opening : 01.09.2014 at 12.30 P.M.
Sd/Director
Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences,
Ranchi
Signature of Tenderer
Name (in block letters) : ______________________
Capacity in which tenderer is signed : ___________
Address in full : ____________________________
_________________________________________
Dated : __________________ Seal ____________
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Tender No. 6273 dated 18.07.2014 Medical Gas Pipe Line for PMSSY Building at RIMS
BOQ Schedule & Technical Specifications
BOQ should be liquid oxygen & Medical Gases pipe line system for newly constructed
superspeciality & Oncology (172 + 68 = 240 bedded) hospital building at RIMS, Ranchi.
Sl.
No
Item Description
Unit
Qty
Remarks
1
Liquid oxygen tank of 10,000 Ltr (1 Complete
01
All the required civil construction,
KL) capacity complete set with
set
Complete foundation etc to be done by the
vaporizer & outlets, Inlets, Pipes,
set
bidder (the agency who will supply
fencing of tank area as per
& install the system). Main power
requirement of Explosive Fire
supply upto site will be provided by
safety department of Government
RIMS & inner wiring, electrical
of India
fittings, switches, lights, fans,
chair, table & other furnitures
essentially required to run the
system are to be supplied &
installed by the bidder within this
turn key project.
2.
Alternative arrangement of 10+10 Complete
01
bulk cylinder oxygen manifold
set
Complete
complete system in the main
set
supply line room with 20 pcs of
filled bulk D-type Jumbo cylinders.
3.
4.
5.
6.
4+4 Bulk Cylinder manifold for Complete
01
Nitrous Oxide complete set with 20
set
Complete
bulk cylinders (filled with N2O gas)
set
Vacuum system having 2 nos. of Complete
01
vacuum pump with 2000 ltrs
set
Complete
capacity receiver, filters, electrical
set
etc.
Compressed air system consisting Complete
01
of 02 nos of Air compressors each
set
Complete
having at least 15 HP motor with
set
capacity of minimum 57.18 cfm at
8.2 Kg/cm2 pressure complete wet
with tank, air driver, pressure
reducing unit etc.
AGSS system (Duplex system for Complete
01
Anaesthetic
gas
scavenging
set
Complete
system with AGSS outlets
set
- do -
- do -
- do -
- do -
- do -
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7
Double Locking outlets
with adoptors (unit numbers)
8
Distribution Copper pipes
(Unit - mtrs.)
9
10
11
Isolation Ball Valve
(Factory Degreased with
brass adaptor (unit numbers)
Valve Box with Valves for
Medical Use (unit numbers)
Digital Alarm System (unit
- numbers)
O2
N2O
Air 4 Bar
Air 7 bar
CO2
Vacuum
AGSS
273+87
8+2
40+10
7
2
241+87
7
12 x 0.7
15 x 0.9
22 x 0.9
28 x 0.9
42 x 1.2
54 x 1.2
76 x 1.5
108 x 1.5
950 + 300
1850 + 670
2000 + 590
735 + 212
60 + 25
120+71
As
required
As
required
10mm
15mm
22mm
28mm
42mm
76mm
54mm
69 pcs
78 pcs
42 pcs
18 pcs
6 pcs
3 pcs
3+2 pcs
2 gases
3 gases
4 gases
5 gases
10+5
6+1
1+3
7+1
2 gases
3 gases
4 gases
5 gases
6 gases
Master
Alarm
5+3
2+1
1
As Reqd.
2+1
1+1
12
BPC Flow meter with
Humedifier bottle &
Adaptor (unit - numbers)
227 + 83
13
Ward Vacuum unit with
regulator and 600ml
Polycarbonate Jar (unit numbers)
227 + 83
14
Theatre Suction unit with
2 x 2000ml Polycarbonate
jar (unit - numbers)
15
16
8+2
Kit Conversion - O2
Kit Conversion - N2O
High Pressure
tubings
Low Pressure Tubing
7+2 pcs
8+2 pcs
120+20 mtrs.
300+100 mtrs.
Single Arm swivelling
Pendant with Minor Table
Horizontal Bed head
pannel
Auto Electric Control
Pannel for vacuum
pump system
8+2 sets
32+8 sets
1+1 sets
HP / AS Tubings
Pendant / Panels (unit
sets)
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DISPOSITION OF OUTLETS – ONCOLOGY BLOCK
Floor
Area
No. of
Bed
No of Outlets
Oxygen N2O M.Air
Ground
Chemotherapy
8
First
Second
Third
Remarks
Vacuum
8
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
On Wall
ICU
8
8
0
8
8
On Bed Head Panel
Pre Operative
6
6
0
0
6
On Wall
Post Operative
5
5
0
0
5
On Wall
OT-1
2
1
1
2
On Ceiling Pendant
OT-2
2
1
1
2
On Ceiling Pendant
6 Bed ward x 8
48
48
0
0
48
On Wall
Private Room x 8
8
8
0
0
8
On Wall
0
0
0
0
0
87
2
10
87
Fourth
Total
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DISPOSITION OF OUTLETS –SUPERSPECIALITY BLOCK
Floor
Area
No. of
Bed
No of Outlets
Oxygen N2O M.Air
Ground
First
Second
0
Remarks
Vacuum
0
0
0
0
Urology & Nephrology ward
0
0
0
0
Private room x 4
4
4
0
0
4
On Wall
6 Bed ward x 6
36
36
0
0
36
On Wall
Private room x 4
4
4
0
0
4
On Wall
6 Bed ward x 6
36
36
0
0
36
On Wall
Private room x 4
4
4
0
0
4
On Wall
6 Bed ward x 6
36
36
0
0
36
On Wall
OT-1
2
1
1
2
On Ceiling Pendant
OT-2
2
1
1
2
On Ceiling Pendant
OT-3
2
1
1
2
On Ceiling Pendant
Cardiac ward
CTVS
Third
Post-Op. beds
15
15
0
0
15
On Wall
Pre-Op. beds
4
4
0
0
4
On Wall
1
1
1
1
On Ceiling Pendant
Cath Lab
Fourth
Firth
ICU
16
32
0
16
16
On Bed Head Panel
Infected Nursery
3
3
0
0
3
On Wall
Clean Nursery
5
5
0
0
5
On Wall
Single Room x 4
4
4
0
0
4
On Wall
6 Bed unit x 4
24
24
0
0
24
On Wall
OT-1
2
1
1
2
On Ceiling Pendant
OT-2
2
1
1
2
On Ceiling Pendant
OT-3
2
1
1
2
On Ceiling Pendant
OT-4
2
1
1
2
On Ceiling Pendant
Post-Op. beds
15
15
0
0
15
On Wall
Pre-Op. beds
4
4
0
0
4
On Wall
ICU
16
32
0
16
16
On Bed Head Panel
273
8
40
241
Total
Note: - (1) The items & quantity list of above mentioned B.O.Q. may get rectified after
pre-bid discussion. Hence all the intended bidders must have to confirm the tender
paper in RIMS web side ; www.rimsranchi.org after 01.8.2014.
(1) Actual no. of outlets will be finalized after pre bid meeting.
(2) There may be change of terms & conditions of tender after pre bid meeting.
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Central Medical Gas Supply System
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION OF MEDICAL GAS PIPELINE SYSTEM
A. Source Equipment & Manifold Management System
1.0 Oxygen Management System
Two source gas supply as per ISO 7396-1:2007 Certification and EN 737 / NFPA 99 C
standard having cryogenic gas source (Liquid Oxygen) as the primary source of supply
supported by two sided cylinder supply as reserve source of supply connected in fully
automatic operation from one source to the other.
1.1 Primary Supply Source: Liquid Oxygen System
This is strictly under the scope of supply of the gas supplier complying with the latest
Indian Standards well as the other necessary statutory approvals to be arranged by the
gas supplier.
The present scope of supply of Oxygen management system will include:
1.0
LIQUID TANK
SCOPE OF SUPPLY
a)
Design, manufacture and supply of vacuum + perlite insulated vertical storage tank
of 10,000 Litre as per technical specification and flow scheme.
b)
Design, fabrication and supply of Low Pressure Atmospheric Vaporizer as per
technical specification and approved GA cum foundation drawing.
c)
All the turnkey works including civil, mechanical, electrical etc. for complete
installation are to be done by the bidder on their own
(d)
The bidders have to construct storage room for safe storage of their materials on
their own.
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DOCUMENTATION FOR STORAGE TANK
Operating and maintenance manual - 1 set along with shipment shall be given.
Quality test certificate – 1 set for Cryogenic pressure vessel shall be submitted along
with the shipment. The cryogenic tank Quality certificate shall comprise of:
a) Approval letter along with approved drawings from CCOE for inner vessel
b) Certificate from third party inspection Agency for inner vessel
c) Material Heat chart for inner vessel pressure parts.
d) Mechanical properties test report for production test coupon
e) History sheet for inner vessel
f) Material test report for pressure parts (inner vessel)
g) Name plate photo copy
h) Certificate of safety valve, pressure gauge, level gauge
DOCUMENTATION FOR VAPORISER
Inspection and test reports - 1 set along with the equipment shall be provided.
Operation & Maintenance manual - 1 set along with the equipment shall be provided.
INCLUSIVE
 Civil foundation / foundation bolts, any other civil work within battery limit
 Spares, bursting disc etc for the equipment.
 Unloading, Erection and Commissioning of Equipment at site
 Inter connecting piping between tank and vaporizer and downstream of vaporizer
 Fencing, gates, fire-fighting equipment etc required on the tank yard layout.
 CCOE license for the usage of equipment
 Cold test at our Works/Site
 Liquefied gases for commissioning of the system
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The design data of the system is to be provided by the tenderer after a visit to the site
before submission of the tender.
1.1 General
The central oxygen supply system should comprise of a duty and a reserve cylinder
bank with a manifold automatic changeover system from the duty to the reserve bank.
In addition, there should also be emergency reserve supply cylinder banks connected
to the mains supply by manual valves. The automatic changeover valve shall be easily
manually reset when the duty bank is in order again.
1.2 Manifold for Cylinders (10 +10) as per EN/HTM0201/NFPA99 specification.
CE with four digit no/UL/DIN
System should provide one Oxygen manifold extendable type size 10+10 for bulk
oxygen cylinders, Manifold should be suitable to withstand a working pressure of 320 kg
/ cm2 and will be Tested after Installation at 140 kg / cm 2 oxygen cylinder pressure.
Manifold should also have high pressure copper annealed tail pipes with one end
having Brass adaptor suitable for oxygen cylinder and other end suitable for Manifold
Non-Return Valves. The NRVs should be designed without any rubber components like
“O “ Rings etc to avoid decomposition of rubber at high pressures . The connection is as
per IS 3224-1979. Manifold should also have 20 nos brass non-return valves for
individual oxygen cylinder. Manifold middle frame of 10+10 size should be made with
circumferential mild steel flat duly powder coated with black colour & along with chain
for individual bulk O2 cylinder.
The cylinders should be supported on suitable cylinder racks providing restrain at an
angle of approximately 10 degree from the vertical.
Stand by Emergency manifold with 3 cylinder with Regulator for emergency supply and
future connection .
1. 3 FULLY AUTOMATIC CONTROL PANEL(OXYGEN )
as per EN/HTM0201/NFPA99 CE with four digit no/UL/DIN.
 Fully Automatic switch over from running empty bank to reserve bank

Solenoid valve control

Switchover at 10 bar

2 stage pressure reduction- 5 regulators

Continuous operation during servicing

Audio visual alarm on switchover

High flow- more than 2100 lpm
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1.4
TERMINAL OUTLETS ( OXYGEN , NITROUS OXIDE , VACUUM & MEDICAL
COMPRESSED AIR ) as per EN/HTM0201/NFPA99 CE with four digit no/UL/DIN
FRONT LOADING TYPE GAS OUTLETS Double lock outlet points with front
loading probe. On line service facility & will be either concealed or surface
mounted with stainless steel probes .Outlets imported PB type. No rubber
components.
2. CENTRAL NITROUS OXIDE SUPPLY SYSTEM (4 +4 cylinder)
General
The central nitrous oxide supply system should comprise of a duty and a reserve
cylinder bank with a manifold automatic changeover system from the duty to the
reserve bank. In addition, there should also be emergency reserve supply cylinder
banks connected to the mains supply by manual valves. The automatic changeover
valve should be easily manually reset when the duty bank is in order again.
2 X 4 Cylinder Nitrous Oxide Manifold should be suitable to withstand a pressure of 145
Kg/cm2, along with high-pressure copper annealed tail pipes with SS Breading and end
Brass adapter suitable for N2O Cylinders and manifold.
Top frame comprising of high pressure copper pipes of size 1/2” NB x 15swg with high
pressure brass fittings made of high tensile brass and connections through non- return
valves; high pressure copper tail pipes, made of high pressure copper pipe of size 1/4”
NB x 15 swg. The design of middle frames should be provided to fit both round and flat
bottom cylinders safely. The manifold should be tested (hydraulically) at 3500 psig and
necessary test certificates should accompany along with the supply.
The Nitrous Oxide Manifold should comply with HTM 02-01/ NFPA 99C/ EN and should
be UL-listed / CE-certified with 4-digit no.
2.2 Manifold for Cylinders As per as per EN/HTM0201/NFPA99 CE with four digit
no/UL/DIN
Should provide one Nitrous Oxide manifold extendable type cylinder for bulk Nitrous
Oxide cylinders, Manifold should be suitable to withstand a working pressure of 320 kg /
cm2 and will be tested after Installation at 140 kg / cm 2 cylinder pressure. Manifold will
also have high pressure copper annealed tail pipes with one end having Brass adaptor
suitable for oxygen cylinder and other end suitable for Manifold Non-Return Valves.
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The NRVs should be designed without any rubber components like “O “ Rings etc to
avoid decomposition of rubber at high pressures . The connection is as per IS 32241979. Manifold should also have brass non-return valves for individual nitrous oxide
cylinder. Manifold middle frame should be made with circumferential mild steel flat duly
powder coated with black colour & along with chain for individual bulk N2O cylinder.
The cylinders should be supported on suitable cylinder racks providing restrain at an
angle of approximately 10 degree from the vertical.
The manifold header should be wall mounted and incorporate renewable non-return
valves to allow removal and replacement of any cylinder or tailpipes without interrupting
the supply from other cylinders in the bank. The connectors and tailpipes should be of
gas specific attachments. Should provide stainless steel braided flexible tail pipes with
suitable connectors.
Stand by Emergency manifold and high duty regulator for emergency supply should be
provided in the above system.
2. 3 FULLY AUTOMATIC CONTROL PANEL(NITROUS OXIDE ):
as per EN/HTM0201/NFPA99 CE with four digit no/UL/DIN

Fully Automatic switch over from running empty bank to reserve bank

Solenoid valve control

Switchover at 10 bar

2 stage pressure reduction- 5 regulators

Continuous operation during servicing

Audio visual alarm on switchover

High flow- more than 2000 lpm

Minimum 700 L/Min at 4 bar pressure.
4. VACUUM SYSTEM The vacuum plant should be configured as indicated on the drawings, with the major
components comprising of two identical pump units, one vacuum reservoir complete
with one set of bacterial filters and drainage traps.
The system should be designed to maintain a vacuum of not less than 400 mm Hg
below a standard atmospheric pressure of 760-mm Hg at the furthest terminal unit.
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4.1 Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Central System consists of Vacuum pumps- 2 nos air cooled type. Each pump
having piston displacement- 149 Cfm. Free Air delivery to suction-approx. 90% of P.D.,
maximum working pressure 29” of Hg or 730mm of Hg, single stage, three cylinder,
fitted with M.I. channel frame complete with V-Belt drive, belt guard etc.
Vacuum system will also have following:
Electric motor 10 HP TEFC 440 volts, 3 phase- 2nos.
2” BSP stainless steel ball valve with PTFE seat & quarter turn open able handle for
pump isolation – 2 nos
Silencers at vacuum pump discharge end.
Vacuum filters size 6” dia x 12” long with drain valve and housing chrome plated.
Vacuum receiver made of M.S. material as per IS-226 and code of construction IS2825 with drain valve- 1no
Inter connection copper piping of suitable sizes.
Vacuum gauges.
2” BSP vertical non return valve of brass /G.M.
Each pump should be provided with a built-in non-return valve and pressure switch so
that inadvertent reversal should not pressurize the reservoir of the system.
The vacuum pumps should be air cooled, oil-lubricated rotary sliding vane type
specifically developed for medical applications, with proven reliability.
The pump should be directly driven by a totally enclosed fan-cooled, flange mounted
motor with Class F insulation suitable for 415 volt-3 pH-50 Hz supply.
High efficiency filters should be provided for the pump exhaust. The fillers should
prevent the risk of contamination arising from the discharge from the pumps.
Specification of Vacuum Pump:
1. Lubricated, Air-cooled, Reciprocating type
2. Complete with Base plate, V-belt, Belt-guard, Motor & Starter.
3. No. of Cylinders: 3 No.
4. Piston Displacement: 149.6 CFM
5. Vacuum Created: 29.2 “ of Hg. ( 742 mm. of Hg)
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4.2. Vacuum Reservoir
Vacuum reservoirs (2000ltrs water capacity) should be of mild steel vertical construction
designed to comply with BS 5169 Class III, The internal shall be epoxy lined.
Accessories should include an inspection door, vacuum gauge and provision for manual
draining.
5. MEDICAL COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM
5.1 Medical Air Compressors:
The unit consists of two stationary air cooled silenced (reciprocating) oil-Free Air
Compressor with critical maintenance free technology each having 57.18 scfm capacity
with 15 HP electric drive.
The system should have the following accessories:Receiver tank of capacity 1000 ltr. With safety valve, drain valve and pressure gauge of
4 inch dial size. Air dryer, desiccant each of 60 scfm Capacity for dew Point – 40 degree
centigrade.
Inter connection air piping, between the compressor, receiver and air dryer, NRV
temperature gauges- After Cooler of matching capacity for reciprocating compressor. 15
Hp motor, four stage bacteria filtration.
Air compressors should be of two stages, air cooled oil free type.
Each air compressor should be sized to cater for the total design air flow estimated.
However, failure of the duty compressor, or excessive demand, should bring the second
compressor into operation. The compressor operating pressures should be well above
the nominal supply pressure. To allow for losses in the system, the plant should be set
to operate at 5.9 - 10.3 bar for the duty compressor, and 5.7 - 10.1 bar for the standby
compressor. The compressor should be oil free type with carbon ring.
Compressor motor should be a totally enclosed fan cooled type with Class F insulation
suitable for 415 volt-3 pH-50 Hz supply operation.
Air inlet filters for compressors should be three stage filter.
Air receivers should be of mild steel vertical construction designed to comply with BS
5169 Class III. The internal shall be epoxy lined.
Accessories should include an inspection door, safely valve, fusible plug and provision
for manual draining.
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Specification of Compressor:
1. Non-lubricated, reciprocating type
2. No. of stages: 2
3. No. of Cylinders: 3
4. Motor rating: 15 HP
5. Piston Displacement: 57.18 CFM ( 1619 LPM)
6. Working Pressure: 8.5 Kg./ cm2 Max.
5.2 Air Dryer
Air dryers should be of the twin column, heatless, desiccant type designed to BS 5169
Class III with a dew point of minus 40-degree C at atmospheric pressure.
The supply air should pass through one column while the other column is being
regenerated. When the first column becomes saturated the airflow should be diverted to
the second column and the moisture in the first shall be driven off by the drying effect of
a bleed from the dried air pipe. The reactivation should be on a time cycle and shall
have automatic depressurization of the re-activated column to prevent shock on
changeover. Each air dryer should be designed to provide a desiccant bed life of not
less than two years on continuous full load. Accessories should include an automatic
and manual drain facility.
Pressure Reducing System
The System would have 2 nos. Pressure Regulators (one in working & one stand-by) to
reduce air pressure of 8 / 10 Kg. / cm2 to 4.2 Kg./ cm2 required for Medical Air pipeline.
5.3 THREE TO FOUR STAGE BACTERIA FILTER.
Compressor should be incorporated with three/four stage Bacteria filters along with
Pressure Reducing Station.
The filters should be made of die cast aluminum housing with epoxy powder paint on
the outside and anodized surface treatment inside to prevent corrosion and ensure
extra long life.
The filters should have maximum contaminant removal efficiency with minimum
pressure drop. Total 4-stages of filters should be used as mention below:
Stage 1: Coalescing filters for general purpose protection, removing liquid water and oil
aerosol to 0.1 mg/cum. (0.1 ppm) and particles down to 1 micron.
Stage 2: Particulate filters for dust protection, removing particles down to 0.1 micron.
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Stage 3: Oil Vapour & odour removal maximum up to 0.003 mg/m3 at 21 degree
C(0.003 ppm) (W) at 70 degree F.
Stage 4: High efficiency coalescing filters, removing liquid water and oil aerosol to 0.01
mg/cu.m. (0.01 ppm) and particles down to 0.01 micron.
6. PIPEWORK, VALVES AND ACCESSORIES
This section of the specification covers the materials and installation of pipes, valves
and accessories. The drawings indicate schematically the size and location of piping.
Piping should be set up and offset to meet field conditions and co-ordinated between
trades without additional cost
6.1 Pipe Work
Copper Pipes (material): copper pipes used should be solid drawn, seamless,
deoxidized, non arsenical, half hard, tempered and degreased, manufactured as per
EN13348: 2001 with incorporation of amendment A1:2005
The supplier should provide Manufacturer‟s Test Certificate of copper pipes for physical
properties and chemical composition. Further, the pipes would be tested by a reputed
third party i.e. Lloyds Register Services and certificates for the same should also be
furnished.
All copper pipes and fittings like bends, Tees, reducers and straight couplings should be
as per BS 864 and joined by silver brazing method for copper to copper. Inert gas
welding technique should be used by passing Nitrogen gas inside the copper pipes
during silver brazing, in order to avoid carbon deposition inside the copper pipes.
Copper pipes of the diameter up to 42mm OD would be installed on the wall with the
help of plastic saddles at the required span, as per HTM-0201of U.K. and metallic white
powder coated clamps should be used for pipe sizes above 54mm OD. Wherever the
pipes cross brick walls, it should be covered with plastic pipes. All pipes should be
protected against mechanical injury in a manner satisfactory to authorities having,
jurisdiction.
The pipe manufacturer should be a licensee of BS 5750 or ISO 9000. All pipes, fittings
and valves should be supplied clean and decreased. To meet this requirement, pipes up
to and including 54-mm diameter should be steam cleaned internally, dried, shot
blasted, and blown through with medical quality air, and individually capped at both
ends after passing a visual internal inspection. Pipes above 54 mm should be similarly
cleaned or solvent cleaned with an approved agent (such as methyl chloride) leaving no
poisonous residues, then dried and individually capped at both ends after visual
inspection. Pipes should be delivered in bundles in protective bags, which are secured
and clearly labelled and identified as 'Degreased for Medical Gas Lines'. Valves and
terminal units should be individually sealed in polythene bags without capping. A
certificate from the manufacturer should be supplied for each coil or bundle of pipes,
valves and fittings (or each batch) stating that pressure tests and degreasing have been
carried out, that any solvents have been completely removed to medical gas standards,
and the valves tested to the specific pressure.
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All pipe jointing fittings should be end feed capillary type to BS 864 manufactured from
drawn copper. For straight couplings, expanded joints may be made with copper-tocopper joints, instead of using BS 864 fittings. Other fittings for connection to copper
pipes e.g., valve and control panel fittings may be of copper, brass, and gun metal or
bronze.
Only copper-to-copper joints are permitted on site except threaded or flanged joints may
be made where pipelines are connected to items such as valves and control equipment.
No flux should be used for making joints on site. Copper to copper joints should be
brazed using a silver-copper phosphorous brazing alloy to US 1845. Commercial grade
carbon dioxide or nitrogen should be used as an internal inert gas shield during the
brazing operation. A total of live joints should be cut out for examination to establish the
quality of the joints being made on site. The insides should be clean and free from
oxides and particulate matter and the minimum penetration of the brazing alloy at any
point should be three times the wall thickness of the tube. If the joints examined do not
conform with these requirements, then adjacent joints should be cut out and examined
until the extent of faulty workmanship has been made good. Copper-to-brass orgunmetal joints should only be made under controlled conditions off site. The joints are
ordinarily used to join short copper.
Pipe tails to brass, gunmetal or bronze fittings to permit their connection into the
pipeline by the fluxless brazing procedure. The sub-assemblies should be degreased
and individually sealed in bags or boxes before delivery to site. The brazing should be
carried out using a copper-silver-zinc-brazing alloy to BS 1845 and an appropriate flux.
The pipeline should be adequately supported at sufficient intervals as tabulated herein.
The supports should be of suitable material or suitably treated to minimize corrosion
and prevent electrolytic action between the pipes and supports.
Outside Diameter
(mm)
12
Maximum Intervals
For Vertical Runs
(m)
1.2
Maximum Intervals
For Horizontal Runs
(m)
1.0
15
1.8
1.2
22
2.4
1.8
28
2.4
1.8
42
3.0
2.4
54
3.0
2.4
Where pipes pass through walls, partitions or floors they should be fitted with sleeves
of copper pipes and provided with appropriate escutcheon plates where exposed to
view. The sleeves should project a distance of 25 mm beyond the surface of
penetration. The annular space between the sleeve and pipe should be tightly caulked
with a suitable material.
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Concealed pipe work should not be sealed in until it has satisfactorily passed all visual
inspections and pressure tests. Once covered, the route of the buried pipe work should
be clearly and continuously marked by chalk, colored adhesive tape or otherwise during
construction, to discourage the insertion of fixings into or near the pipe by other trades.
Due allowance should be made in the installation for building movement at all
constructional expansion joints.
The contractor should design and provide supports, brackets and hangers for all pipe
work in accordance to BS 3974. The contractor should co-ordinate the tie-in of pipe
supports with Structural and Architectural Works and provides additional support
structures where necessary.
INSTALLATION & TESTING
Installation of piping should be carried out with utmost cleanliness. Only pipes, fittings
and valves, which have been degreased and brought in polythene sealed bags, should
be used at site. Pipe fixing clamps shall be of non-ferrous or non-deteriorating plastic
suitable for the diameter of the pipe.
All pipe joints should be made using flux less brazing method. Inert gas welding
technique would be used by passing Nitrogen gas at the flow of 6 LPM (min.) inside the
copper pipes during silver brazing in order to avoid carbon disposition inside the copper
pipes. All joints should be made of copper to copper and should be brazed by silver
brazing filler material without flux.
Adequate supports should be provided while laying pipelines to ensure that the pipes do
not sag. The spacing of supports should not exceed 1.5 meter for any size of pipe.
Suitable sleeves should be provided wherever pipes cross through walls / slabs. All pipe
clamps should be non-reactive to copper.
After erection, the pipes should be flushed with dry nitrogen gas and then pressure
tested with dry nitrogen / Medical Air at a pressure equal to twice the working pressure
for a period of not less than 24 hours. All leaks and joints revealed during testing should
be rectified and re-tested till the pressure in pipes stands for at least 24 hours.
All the piping system should be tested in the presence of the engineer or his authorized
representative.
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PAINTING
All exposed pipes should be painted with two coats of synthetic enamel paint and
colour codification should be as per IS : 2379 of 1963.
7. AREA VALVE SERVICE UNIT
Valve Box:
It should be wall mounted, Aluminum box with lockable front fibre- glass panel having
ball type valves (manufactured by ISO-9001 company & factory degreased) with
PTFE seat, Brass body with chrome-plated brass balls having quarter turn handle
opening. Sizes suitable for 15mm OD copper pipe to 28 mm OD copper pipes should
have screwed ends should have brass adopter suitable for copper pipe.
The unit should conform to HTM-02-01/ NFPA 99C/ EN and should be CE-certified / ULlisted.
8. OXYGEN BPC FLOWMETER WITH HUMIDIFIER
EN/HTM0201/NFPA99 CE with four digit no. /UL/DIN
BOTTLE
as
per
Back Pressure Compensated Flow meter should be of accurate gas flow measurement
and control within a range of 0-13 litres per minute for use in a variety of respiratory
therapy gas delivery system. The flow tube and shroud components should be made of
good quality plastic. It should be supplied with plastic transparent reusable humidifier
bottle.
9. HIGH PRESSURE TUBE FOR O 2 N2O, COMPRESSED AIR AND VACUUM
Should be color coded for individual services i.e. white for Oxygen, Blue for Nitrous
Oxide , Black for Air and Yellow for Vacuum, antistatic rubber tube as per ISO
standards
10. WARD VACUUM UNIT as per EN/HTM0201/NFPA99 specification CE /UL/DIN
The vacuum unit should include vacuum regulator along with 0-760mm of Hg vacuum
gauge of 2 ½” size dial, 600 ml capacity reusable plastic collection bottle with overflow
safety trap with plastic slide wall mounted type.
11. THEATRE SUCTION UNIT. EN/HTM0201/NFPA99 specification (CE /UL/DIN)
It should be trolley mounted. The unit should include one regulator having, gauge and
mounted on the trolley stand, having two reusable each 2000 ml plastic collection
bottles mounted on the base of trolley unit and connected with regulator & low pressure
tube inter connections.
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12
ALARM SYSTEM
Line Pressure Area Alarm
The area control stations should be manufactured as fully compliant to
the
latest
international standard HTM 02-01/NFPA 99 C /EN and ISO 7396-1:2007 certification.
The area control stations must be certified as per Medical Device Directives
(93/42/EEC) having the CE mark/UL Listing from the certifying agency.
The Main Line pressure as well as Area line pressure alarm should micro-processor
based which will monitor the pressures of medical gases like oxygen, nitrous oxide,
compressed air and vacuum levels at a specific area of piped gas system in any
hospital. The system should be such that if the pressure / vacuum in the gas pipeline
drops below the present limit, the equipment will give an audio-visual alarm. Visual
alarm should remain active even after pressing of “Mute” button. But it should come to
normal condition when gas pressure / vacuum return to normal level.
Four-Channel Microprocessor Controlled Alarm for Pneumatic & Vacuum Services
should have the following features:
Digital Display of Line Pressure for all the services.

Color coded LED Display of Line pressure status (High – Caution- Normal – Caution
- Low )

Audible Alarm for High & Low pressure condition as applicable.

Test and Alarm Acknowledge (Mute) facility.

Small and compact design. Light Weight

Mounted on a powder coated MS box.

Nut & Nipples are provided for connection with pneumatic supply line.

Low voltage internal operation with input power supply of 220V AC.

Easy wall mounting facility.

High / Low indication with Test facility and Mute facility
13. Single Arm Swiveling Ceiling Pendant
Description
The pendant System should be equipped with medical gas outlets, electrical outlets,
provisions for low voltage devices.
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Configuration
The pendant should be Single arm. One motorized arm should be of at least 1200 mm
length having at least 180 kg load bearing capacity.
Should included a Service heads to accommodate at least 12 no. of Gas outlet, at least
12 no. Electrical Outlet, 4 no. Data point outlet, pair of vertical rail or rack for mounting
shelves & accessories, 3 no. Shelves and other accessory as per detailed below.
Standards
The complete system should be tested and designed for compliance with the following
codes:
NFPA 99, UL 60601-1: 2003 IEC 60601-1: 2006, EN 14971: 2000, EN 11197: 2004,
EN/ISO 13485: 2003, EN60601-1-2
Construction:
Should be Single Arm – one motorized arm & rotate independently up to 330 0 to 340°
with customer assigned stops and are accessible for future adjustments.
• Service Head – size should be as per utility requirement. Electrical services & Gas
service may be positioned on the front and/or rear of the service head with physical
separation.
• Pneumatic Brakes – For precise position of each arm. There should be Facility for
physically overriding in emergency situations. It should have two brake- release
buttons. One button operates the main or ceiling bearing and a second button controls
the intermediate or arm bearing and the service head.
• Height Adjustable Arm – Motorized vertical movement should be minimum 600 mm
range. Motor movement should be through 230V A.C
UTILITY SERVICES for Pendant
 Medical Gas Services – O2-2 no, Vac-2 no, N20-1 no, Med Air(4 bar)-1 no .CO2:
1 No. & AGSS: 1 No.
 Electrical Outlet- 08 no, 5/15 amp.
 Low Voltage Devices – Blank-4
 Wire Basket- to be mounted on side rail of size minimum 250 mm x 150 x 100
mm- 2 no.
 Pair of Vertical Rail or Rack of minimum 900 mm length mounted on the service
head for mounting the height adjustable shelves
 IV Pole with 4 no. hook- 1 no
 Shelves:- ( Mounted on Vertical Rail or rack),Height adjustable
1) Lowest shelve :- Height adjustable over vertical rail or rack , minimum size of 500
x 500 mm, Load bearing capacity- minimum 40 kg with 1 no. lockable drawer and
mounting rail on left and right side - 1 no.
2) Upper shelves: - Height adjustable over vertical rail or rack, minimum size of 500
x 500 mm, Load bearing capacity - minimum 40 kg - 2 nos.
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HORIZONTAL BED HEAD PANEL
1. The panel should be made of High Strength Anodized Aluminum Profiles.
2. The Rail would be provided separately.
3. The chamber of Medical Gas Outlets should be made of anodized aluminum and
available in customized color.
4. The panel should be designed to have provision to accommodate the following.
a). Gas Outlets, Electrical Sockets / Switches.
b). Nurse Call
c). Audio Unit
d). Room Lighting
e). AC Control Knob
f) In-built Reading Lamp
5. The unit should comply with HTM 02-01/ NFPA 99C/ EN and should be UL-listed /
CE-certified.
14. ANESTHETIC GAS SCAVENGING SYSTM (AGS SYSTEM)
The AGS system should be a dedicated, specifically designed active extraction and
disposal system for waste anesthetic gas. It should provide a maximum flow rate of 130
l/min with a 1 kPa resistance to flow, and a minimum of 80 l/min with a 4 kPa resistance
to flow at each terminal unit, irrespective of the number of terminal units in use. The
AGS system should use dedicated radial blowers in a duplex configuration. The AGS
pump assemblies should be skid mounted and included on the skid should be the
simplex or duplex pump(s), motor control unit(s) with starter/isolator, moisture drain
flask and flexible connector(s) to connect the plant to the pipeline. Each pump should
include an electric motor and directly coupled impeller assembly. Impeller bearings in
the pump(s) should not require lubrication. The pump(s) should be air cooled and rated
for continuous operation.
Vacuum/Flow Regulating Valve
A vacuum/flow regulating valve should be provided, comprised of a spring-loaded plate
valve and inlet silencer. The plate should control air ingress into the pipeline system,
thereby controlling the vacuum level within. The number and installed position of the
regulating valves fitted to the system should be determined by the pipeline designer.
The vacuum/flow regulating valve should ensure a maximum vacuum of 200mb below
atmospheric pressure is not exceeded.
Control System
Each motor control panel should incorporate an emergency panel isolation switch
facility, which controls all electrical power to the exhauster unit, remote start switch
panels and system indication lights. All control and status indication circuitry should be
limited to 24V a.c. A green „POWER ON‟ indicator should be fitted to the starter/isolator
panel, and should illuminate whenever power is available to the 24V control and
indication circuit. A „HAND/OFF/AUTO‟
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switch should be provided to control operation of the pump, running the pump
continuously when selected to „HAND‟. When selected to „AUTO‟, control of the pump
should be passed to the remote start switch panels. Operation of any of the remote start
switches should activate the pump. The pump should continue to run until all remote
switches are selected „OFF‟.
preventing operation until the system is manually re-set. Operation of the overload
device should also break the circuit to the remote start switch panels, extinguishing the
green running indicator.
Duplex installations should be used to remote start switches that include an amber
„PLANT FAULT‟ indicator. This should illuminate, if either pump is set to „HAND‟, or if
one of the overloads trip. A red „PLANT EMERGENCY‟ indicator should also be
provided and should illuminate on all remote start switch panels if the vacuum level falls
below the pressure switch set point level when the pump has been called.
Where a duplex system is installed each pump should be controlled by a separate
motor control panel to enable servicing of either pump or control gear whilst maintaining
system operation.
Terminal Units
Terminal unit should be provided with an adjustable orifice to allow balancing of the
terminal unit flows during commissioning. Venturi style terminal units are not
acceptable. Terminal units should not be connected to the medical vacuum system.
The system should comply with HTM 02-01 with CE-certified with 4-digit no. / NFPA99C with UL-listed.
15. CONTROL PANEL FOR VACUUM PUMP & AIR COMPRESSOR
Electrical control panel of cubical type for vacuum pumps and air compressor along with
automatic switch gear system motors for two vacuum pumps of 10 HP & two 15 HP of
air compressor. All starters of the motors fitted with single phase preventer & overload
relay. Panel to be fabricated from 14 SWG CRCA sheet duly epoxy coated in grey color.
Panel should have metering like digital volt meter, amp meter, Mains MCCB 160 amp
with handle. Each circuit will have hours meter, ampere meter starter & indication
status. Control Circuit controlled by a miniature circuit breaker. Each circuit with semi
auto & fully auto mode selector switch, both the system to have duplex and cascading
mode of operation by means of single switch.
Incoming MCCB TPN 35 KA 160 Amps with operating handle 1 no – make
L&T/Siemens/Havels
Automatic star delta starter with single phase preventer for 3 phase 415 volts 15 Apms
in 10 HP/15HP AC motor make L&T / Siemens/ Havels
Ammeter with selector switch digital type 0-200 Amps, Voltmeter with selector switch
digital type 0-500 V. Hour meter of suitable capacity & MCB TPN 0-20 Amps two nos.
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Duplex cascading vacuum / air system to provide for automatic start & stop at 400 mm
Hg and 600 mm Hg respectably. In case of Air Compressor set for automatic start; stop
at 6 kg/cm2 and 7.5 kg/cm2. Provision make so that when one pump/compressor stops
the 2nd pump set to automatic start on the next starting impulse & vice versa. In the
event any pump fails in the system, the system should automatically revert to the other
pump.
16. MANIFOLD ROOM:
The equipments are required to be housed in a spacious & airy room, called Manifold
Room/ Plant Room. Normally Gas equipments (like Oxygen Gas Manifold, Control
panel, Nitrous Oxide Control Panel & its manifold etc.) are kept separated from Vacuum
Pump & Air Compressor. Hence there is a need for two separate rooms.
The room which houses Vacuum Pump & Air compressor will have provision for 415 V,
3 ø electrical connection. For other room which houses Gas manifolds & Control Panel
will require 220V & 1ø electrical connection. It is noteworthy to mention herein that Gas
Manifold & Control Panel is completely pneumatic system & electrical connections are
required here for its display & indicating system only. (Plan for Manifold room is
enclose)
17. ELECTRICAL WORKS
17.1 General
The main electric supply upto working site will be provided by the hospital authority and
the bidders have to install or arrange all electrical works necessary for the proper
functioning of all systems and items of equipment on their own.
Wherever applicable, all electrical works, materials and equipment should comply with
the requirements of the most recent revisions of the regulations promulgated by the
British Standard Institution,
All items of equipment should be of first grade with regard to design, manufacture and
safety. Uniformity of type and manufacturer of switchgear, controls, fittings and
accessories should be maintained throughout the whole of the installation.
The control circuits of a system should be connected to the same phase but as far as it
is possible, the electrical loads should be balanced between the three phases of supply.
The D.G. Set must be offered of suitable capacity to cover complete system may be
one or two units.
17.2 Earthing
All metal parts of control panel enclosures, cable trays, trunking, conduits, equipment
and motors should be effectively earthed.
The copper sheathing of the MICC cable may be used in all ear-thing conductor where
permitted by the Wiring Regulations.
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All metal pipe work should be effectively earthed to meet IEE regulations.
18. PAINTING AND LABELLING
18.1 General
All pipe work, valves, fittings, hangers, conduits, and other equipment should be
painted. Paints, primers and enamels should be of the best quality, ready mixed and
brought to the site in unopened containers.
All surfaces or materials and equipment installed should be suitably painted. All painting
should be done by experienced tradesmen with first class quality primers and paints
brought to site in the manufacturer‟s scaled containers. All coats of paint on any one
item should be of the same type and mail fact ire and shall be applied as recommended
by the manufacturers.
No pain work should be carried out on site without adequate precautions taken to
prevent spoiling the appearance of walls, floors and other equipment. The contractor
shall be responsible to make good any such spoiled surfaces to the entire satisfaction of
the R1C.
Metal surfaces within the building should be thoroughly cleaned of all grease, rust,
scale, welding flux and the like. The surface should then be given one chromate type
priming coat and two (2) finishing coats of the specified colour. The finishing coats
should be full gloss enamel and free of brush marks as possible. All exposed pipes
including pipes in enclosures and ceiling voids should be painted.
For zinc galvanised surface, aluminium and copper surfaces, all initial coat of etching
primer should be applied prior to the application of zinc chromate primer followed by 2
finishing coats.
Metal surfaces exposed to weather should be thoroughly cleaned of all grease, rust,
scale, welding flux and the like. The surface should then be given one coat of heavy
duty anti-corrosive primer. The second coat should be an anti-corrosive protecting
coating. The final coat should be a heavy duty anti-corrosive gloss enamel of the
specified colour.
18.2 Identification of Pipeline
All pipe work throughout the building should be provided with identification markings in
accordance to BS 1710 and BS 4800.
The identification colour for all services pipe should be applied by wrapping around the
pipe an adhesive band of the identification colour over a length of about 150 mm (6")
depending on the diameter of the pipe.
Self-adhesive band tapes should be applied to oil and dirt free surfaces only. The
length of the tape will be trimmed to suit the circumference of pipe, allowing for a 15mm
minimum overlap and the tape applied by wrapping smoothly around the pipe,
overlapping on the blind side.
The identification colour bands, identification plates, badges or lettering in general
should be located at intervals of not more than 4.5m (15') on horizontal pipe and every
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floor on vertical pipes and should be placed at all junctions, branches, at both sides of
valves, service appliances, bulkheads, wall penetrations and at any other place where
identification is necessary.
The position of all identification colour bands, supplementary colour bands,
identification plates, badges should be such that they are readily visible and where
letterings is used it should be so placed that it can be read without difficulty from a
convenient point of viewing the piping.
All valve body should be painted with the similar basic identification colour of the pipe
that the fluid conveys. Handwheels GREEN for normally open and RED for normally
closed.
18.3 Colour Code Indications should be as per IS:2379:1990 Table -5
(a)
Item
The finishing identification colours of pipeline and gas outlets shall be as
tabulated herein. The remaining portions of pipeline shall be of basic colour if
concealed and colour similar to surrounding wall and ceiling if exposed
Electrical conduits shall be painted in orange colour.
Pipe Contents
Basic Colour of
the pipe
Colour Bands (Approx.
100mm)
Colour (Approx.
150mm)
1.
Oxygen
yellow
White
2.
Nitrous oxide
yellow
French blue & Signal Red
3.
Medical air
Sky Blue
white & black
4.
Medical vacuum
Sky Blue
Black
5
Carbon Dioxide
Yellow
Light grey
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(b)
Electrical panels should be painted in grey color.
(c)
Tanks, equipment and plinths should be dark grey
(d)
Supports and brackets should be of color similar to surrounding wall and
ceiling if exposed and black if concealed.
18.4 Labeling And Direction of Flow
According to the complexity of the installation and to the variety of fluids conveyed all
equipment and pipe work and like should be identified and labeled.
No equipment and pipe work should be accepted without adequate identification and
labeling. All equipment should be comprehensively labeled as follows:
(a)
Pipe work
The direction of flow should be indicated by an arrow situated in the proximity of the
basic identification color band of same adhesive material. Color should be black in white
background.
The length of the arrow shall be:
(i)
For pipes 50 mm (2") internal diameter and under, the arrow should be not less
than 75 mm (3").
(b)
Equipment
All equipment such as pumps, compressors, tanks, filters, etc should be
comprehensively labeled with all the relevant information in block letters.
(c)
Electrical Panels
Each item of electrical and control equipment should be neatly labeled. Labels are to be
in the form of black filled uppercase lettering on an approval white background and
should be neatly attached by screws to the panel below the equipment they identify.
All contactors, switches, pushbutton stations, indicators, etc should be adequately
labeled and identified.
Labeling shall be in black and should be approximately 10 mm (3/8") high.
Warning Signs
Warning signs should be installed conforming to ISO 9001-2000.
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19. TESTING AND COMMISSIONING
19.1 General
The Company should provide necessary equipment, services (excluding water and
electricity), including consumables and labor and provide the facilities for the testing,
setting and commissioning of the systems.
When directed by the authority or when the situations of the site favor tests to be carried
out on completed sections or parts as the installation work progresses.
Advance notice for the final testing should be given fourteen (14) days before the final
testing.
Testing and commissioning of the whole medical gas installation should comprise of the
following:





Pressure-test, for leakage in pipelines only.
Check valve tightness and correct valve zoning.
Test relief valve operation.
Pressure-test, for leakage in complete installation.
Check for satisfactory mechanical operation and non-inter changeability of each
terminal unit by means of test probes.
 Check for cross connections (sometimes referred to as 'anti-confusion test‟ or
'continuity test').
 Check flow rate and pressure at each terminal unit.
 Check total flow rate and delivery pressure.
 Check satisfactory operation of manifold changeover valves.
 Check satisfactory operation of liquid oxygen, compressed air and vacuum plants
and all manifolds.
 Check performance of gas alarm systems.
 Purge the completed installation with Nitrogen and check the internal cleanliness of
the system.
 Purge the completed installation with the working gas.
19.2 Pressure Tests
Pressure testing for leakage should be carried out in two stages for pressure gas
systems and in three stages for vacuum systems. The first pressure test covers the
completed pipelines and isolating valves only. The other pressure tests cover the whole
installation, including terminal units and theatre fittings.
 Sectional Tests
For pressure gas systems, the completed pipelines with all ends scaled and all valves
open, should be tested to twice the working pressure or a gauge pressure of 10.5 bar
(150 psi) whichever is the greater. This pressure should be held for 24 hours and no
leak shall occur during this period.
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For vacuum system the completed pipelines with all ends sealed and all valves open,
should be tested at a gauge pressure of 6.9 bar (I00 psi). This pressure should be held
for 24 hours and no leak shall occur during this period.
On completion of the pressure test on the pipeline all isolating valves shall be tested for
15 minutes at a gauge pressure of 6.9 bar (100 psi) for tightness by closing them in
sequence and releasing the pressure on the downstream side. No leak shall occur
during these valve tests.
On completion of the isolating valve tightness tests the pressure on pressure gas
systems may be reduced for the purpose of testing the safety valves. The service safety
valve should be fitted and this should be tested to ensure that it discharges safely at 125% of the working pressure.
 Complete Installation Tests
For pressure gas systems, with all terminal units and theatre fittings connected, the
whole installation should be tested at the working pressure, which should be held for 24
hours. No leak should occur during this period but a loss of up to 0.15 bar (2 psi) may
be accepted on a pipeline having more than about 50 terminal units.
For vacuum system, with all terminal units and theatre fittings connected, the whole
installation should be tested at a gauge pressure of 0.7 bar (10 psi), which should be
held for 24 hours. No leak should occur during this period but a loss of up to 0.15 bar (2
psi) may be accepted on a pipeline having more than about 50 terminal units.
After the initial drying out of the pipeline by the operation of the vacuum plant, the
completed vacuum system should then be tested. The system Shall be exhausted to a
vacuum of 210 mm Hg absolute and after the initial drying out of the pipeline, the
pressure shall not increase by more than 10 mm Hg in one hour. This test pressure
should be held for 24 hours. A pressure rise in excess of 10 mm Hg per hour should
require remedial work and further tests.
19.3 Cross Connections Tests
Each system (oxygen, nitrous oxide, compressed air and vacuum) shall be tested in
turn, preferably at the same session, for correct connections of pipe work to terminals.
The medical compressed air plant may be used to supply the test gas but air from
ordinary industrial lubricated compressors should not be used. If no medical
compressed air plant is available the supply may be obtained from cylinders of medical
quality air.
The system under test should be connected at the normal working pressure. The other
systems should be isolated at their source of supply but all other isolating valves on all
systems should be OPEN.
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Every room should be checked to ensure that the test air is delivered from every
terminal unit bearing he name of the 'gas' and is not delivered from any other terminal
unit.
A gauge pressure of 0.7 bar (10 psi) is usually adequate when vacuum systems are
tested in this manner.
19.4 Total Flow Rate and Delivery Pressure Tests
The test; should be carried out by providing an appropriate number of small metered
leaks while further typical flow rate and pressured tests are taken at vulnerable and
representative points in the installation e.g. in the theatre suite, the labour ward, the
intensive care area, etc. The total leak rate should l be approximately equal to the total
design flow.
The total flow tests on oxygen, nitrous oxide and medical gas installations shall not be
conducted with these gases but with medical quality compressed air at a gauge
pressure of 4.1 bar (60 psi).
The minimum acceptable pressure on the test instrument gauge during these tests
should be as tabulates herein.
Service
Flow Rate
(1/min. at STP)
Min. Pressure At
Back of Terminal
Unit (psi)
Min. Acceptable
Pressure on Gauge
of Test Unit-bar
(psi)
40/20/153.9
57
56.5
Surgical Air (7 BAR)
250
100
95
Medical Air (4 BAR)
120
57
56
40/20
400 mm Hg
300 mm Hg
Medical gases
Medical vacuum
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19.5 Manifold Changeover Valve Tests
The action of the manifold changeover valve should be tested by connecting a small
cylinder of the working gas or of medical quality compressed air on each side of the
manifold and discharging it to a carefully sited leak whilst the operation of the pressure
gauges and changeover valve is checked. Each half of the manifold shall he tested in
this manner. This test should be carried out on every automatic manifold during the
period when the flow rate tests arc in progress.
19.6 Plant Operation Tests
The following checks should be carried out before the alarm system is tested:
 For manifold installations check operation of all valves.
 For compressed air and vacuum plants check for correct rotation and current at full
load. Check for excessive vibration and noise. Check operation of all automatic
devices. Check effectiveness of changeover to reserve manifold. Check
effectiveness of all pressure regulating, relieving and warning devices. Check
operation of all automatic traps, test trap by-pass valves. Check consumption of air
used in the description stage. Check dew point of delivered air.
 Check that each item of plant is capable of operating continuously at its maximum
continuous rating.
 Check accuracy of all pressure gauges and thermometers.
 Check insulation resistance and effectiveness of earthing of all electrical items.
19.7 Alarm Systems Tests
This test should be carried out simultaneously with the test of the manifold changeover
valve. Pressure loss conditions should be simulated by controlling the isolating valves
and all gas alarm points should be tested to be functioning correctly.
There must be provision of pressure alarm device at various stages near Plant, O.Ts &
ICU wards to alert for leakage or any fault during supply of gases & air.
20. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
20.1 General
Bidder will carry out regular maintenance and provide emergency services for the whole
medical gas installation during Defects Liability warranty Period of 5 years from the date
of handing over to hospital as well as during CMC period of further 5 years. It will
depute its Technical person within 6 hours from the time of registering a service call.
Training would be provided to the respective hospital staffs for day to day service.
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All maintenance works should be recorded in a log book provided by the contractor to
record the date, time and details of each maintenance service carried out. All materials
needed for carrying out service and maintenance including consumables should be
provided by the contractor.
During the Defects Liability Period all equipment and works installed by Bidder should
be guaranteed against defective material and workmanship. Any parts or components
not performing satisfactorily should be replaced without charge.
All major parts replaced as a result of defective equipment, workmanship or material
should be fully guaranteed for guarantee period of 5 years as well as for CMC period
from date of replacement. The contractor shall provide performance bond to cover up to
the end of Defects Liability Period of the replaced equipment. The value of the
performance bond should be equivalent to the cost of the equipment.
20.2 Monthly Service and Maintenance
Bidder shall make at least one inspection each month during warrantee period and at
the time of such inspection perform the normal maintenance service comprising all
systems including :
 Check all automatic changeover equipment.
 Check operation control for air compressors, vacuum pumps and liquid oxygen
plant.
 Check dryers, separators, and condition of all filters. Replace as necessary.
 Check all pressure gauges and switches for correct pressure readings and
settings.
 Check all pressure regulating devices for proper operation.
 Test all gas alarm panels, warning lights and alarms.
 Check the operation of all safety devices and clean, adjusts and lubricate as
necessary.
 Lubricate vacuum pumps and check oil level (Oil to be supplied by the user).
 Check the tension of all V- belts, and adjust as necessary.
 Check all bolts and nuts for tightness, and tighten as necessary,
 Check and test all outlets.
 All
other
maintenance
in
accordance
with
equipment
manufacturer's
recommendations.
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BILL OF QUANTITY : RAJENDRA INST. OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, RANCHI
Sr. No.
A
Description
Medical Grade Copper Tube / Piping:
Unit
Qty
All Copper Pipes must be duly Medical Grade, seamless, fully degreased and
half-hard (Designated to R250). It should confirm and meets with the latest
BS EN13348:2001 standard. Chemical Composition as per CU.DHP to 11901and CW024A to EN 1412. Maximum total Carbon Content 0.20 Mg/dm2.It
should be third party certified by Lloyds Register of Services.
1
12 mm. OD X 1 MM. Thick.
Mtr.
1250
2
15 MM. OD X 1MM. Thickness
Mtr.
2520
3
22 MM. OD x 1 MM. Thickness
Mtr.
2590
4
28 MM. OD x 1 MM. Thickness
Mtr.
947
5
42 MM. OD X 1.2 Mm. Thickness
Mtr.
85
6
B
54 MM. OD X 1.2 MM. Thickness
Oxygen System
Liquid oxygen tank of 10,000 Ltr (1 KL) capacity complete set with
vaporizer & outlets, Inlets, Pipes, fencing of tank area as per requirement of
Explosive Fire safety department of Government of India
Arrangement of 10+10 bulk cylinder oxygen manifold complete system in
the main supply line room .
Fully Automatic Oxygen Control Panel Fully complies and meets with HTM
02-01/ NFPA 99C / EN (UL- Certified/CE-marked with 4-digit CE No.)
Mtr.
191
Set
1
Set
2
No.
2
No.
370
No.
310
No.
9
Set
2
No.
2
No.
10
Mtr.
8
1
Compressed air system consisting of 02 nos of Air compressors each having
at least 15 HP motor with capacity of minimum 57.18 cfm at 8.2 Kg/cm2
pressure complete wet with 1000 Litre W.C.tank, air drier, pressure
reducing unit etc.
Set
2
2
3-Stage Breathing Air Filter
Set
2
No.
50
No.
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
C
1
2
3
4
D
3
4
Double-locking O2 Outlet Points with Probe/Adapter as per Technical
Specification Fully complies and meets with HTM 02-01/ NFPA 99C / EN
(UL- Certified/CE-marked with 4-digit CE No.)
Oxygen Flow meter complete with Humdifier Bottle as per Technical
Specification Fully complies and meets with HTM 02-01/ NFPA 99C / EN
(UL- Certified/CE-marked with 4-digit CE No.)
Pipeline Conversion Kit complete with High Pressure Rubber Colour Coded
tube: Oxygen- White Colour
Nitrous Oxide System
Arrangement of 4+4 bulk cylinder nitrous manifold complete system in the
main supply line room along with Single-cylinder Emergency system
Fully Automatic N2O Control Panel Fully complies and meets with HTM 0201/ NFPA 99C / EN (UL- Certified/CE-marked with 4-digit CE No.)
Double-locking N2O Outlet Points with Probe/Adapter as per Technical
Specification Fully complies and meets with HTM 02-01/ NFPA 99C / EN
(UL- Certified/CE-marked with 4-digit CE No.)
Pipeline Conversion Kit complete with High Pressure Rubber Colour Coded
tube: Nitrous Oxide- Blue Colour
Compressed Air System
Double-locking Medical Air Outlet Points with Probe/Adapter as per
Technical Specification Fully complies and meets with HTM 02-01/ NFPA 99C
/ EN (UL- Certified/CE-marked with 4-digit CE No.)
Double-locking SurgicalAir Outlet Points with Probe/Adapter as per
Technical Specification Fully complies and meets with HTM 02-01/ NFPA 99C
/ EN (UL- Certified/CE-marked with 4-digit CE No.)
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High Pressure Anti-static Colour Coded tube: Air- Black Colour
Medical Vacuum Plant System
Mtr.
60
Twin Vacuum Pumps having 149cfm System each having 10 HP Motor,
Silencer,Filter, NRV, and common Receiver of 2000 litres capacity
Bacterial Filter
Double-locking Vacuum Outlet Points with Probe/Adapter as per Technical
Specification Fully complies and meets with HTM 02-01/ NFPA 99C / EN
(UL- Certified/CE-marked with 4-digit CE No.)
Ward Vacuum Unit with one Vacuum regulator and alongwith 600ml
polycarbonate Jar conforms to HTM 02-01/ NFPA 99C / EN (ULCertified/CE-marked)
Theatre Vacuum Unit with one Vacuum regulator mounted on a trolley
alongwith 2 x 2000ml polycarbonate Jars conforms HTM 02-01/ NFPA 99C /
EN (UL- Certified/CE-marked)
High Pressure Anti-static Colour Coded tube: Vacuum- yellow Colour
LP Tubing (non Silicon)
Electrical Control Panel for Vacuum System with Duplex & cascading
Facility with Cabling & Wiring
Zonal Valve Box with Ball Valves conforming to HTM 02-01/ NFPA
99C/ EN (CE-certified / UL-listed)
1 Gas + 1 Vacuum (15 X 22 Mm.) Service
2 Gas + 1 vacuum (15 X 15 X 22 MM.) Service
3 Gas + 1 vacuum (15 X 15 X15 X 22 MM.) Service
4 Gas + 1 vacuum (15 X 15 X15 X15 X 22 MM.) Service
Field valve: Ball Valves with Brass Adapter
10 MM.
15 MM.
22 MM.
28 MM.
42 MM.
54 MM.
Gas Alarm System conforming to HTM 02-01/ NFPA 99C/ EN (CEcertified / UL-listed)
Area Alarm 2 Gases
Area Alarm 3 Gases
Area Alarm 4 Gases
Area Alarm 5 Gases
Master Alarm System as per Technical Specification
Bed Head Panel conforming to HTM 02-01/ NFPA 99C/ EN (CEcertified / UL-listed)
Bedhead panel for ICU Areas, 1500mm length, with provision of Gas outlets
& provided with electrical sockets & accessories complete as per enclosed
tender technical specifications.
Ceiling Pendants
Single Arm pendant as per Technical Specification conforming to
HTM 02-01/NFPA 99C/ EN (CE-certified with 4-digit number / ULListed)
AGSS System Duplex conforming to HTM 02-01/NFPA 99C/ EN (CEcertified with 4-digit number / UL-Listed)
D G Set
Set
2
Set
2
No.
328
No.
310
No.
10
Mtr.
Mtr.
90
400
No.
2
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
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No.
No.
No.
15
7
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No.
No.
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8
3
1
2
1
No.
40
No.
10
Set
2
Set
2
Manifold room
Set
69
78
42
18
6
5
as per
requirement
of deptt.
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OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR
RAJENDRA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, RANCHI & 834009, JHARKHAND
Tender Notice No. 6273/RIMS, Ranchi, Dated : 18.07.2014
NOTICE INVITING TENDER
Sealed offers are invited in two bid system (Technical & Price Bids) by speed post /
registered post only from original equipment manufacturer or authorized dealer for supply and
installation of Liquid Oxygen Tank, Medical Gas Pipe Line system, and Regular supply of Liquid
Oxygen & other medical gases for newly constructed superspecialty & Oncology buildings at
RIMS, Ranchi on turnkey basis. Tender will not be accepted by hand or any other agency.
Important dates & informations for Tenders
On 25.07.2014 from 12:30 P.M onwards at RIMS
1. Pre bid meeting for discussion on
Conference hall. All the intending bidders must attend the
various technical issues regarding
pre-bid discussion meeting for clarification of their
tender
quarries & requirements of RIMS. No claims regarding
technical issues will be considered after finalization of
tender paper.
From : 01.08.2014 to 22.08.2014 (The intended bidders
2. Date of issue of tender documents
may purchase tender document on any working day upon
payment of –Rs. 10,000/- (Rupee Ten Thousand only)
(non refundable) in cash to the RIMS Cashier.
3. Last date of submission of sealed On 30.08.2014 till 04:30 P.M. (At RIMS, Ranchi)
tender documents (Only by speed
post / Registered post)
4. Opening of technical bid & On 01.09.2014 at 12:30 P.M onwards in RIMS
administrative conference hall, in front of purchase
discussion on technical issues.
committee. All the bidders or their duly authorized
representative must represent the tender opening for
discussion & quarries of purchase committee.
Note: For rest terms and conditions of the tender please visit RIMS website www.rimsranchi.org
In case of lack of any essential required documents the tenders will be rejected - The list of
essential required documents which must be submitted with technical bid of the bidders :
i. Photocopy of JVAT (Sales tax) Registration certificate in Jharkhand State.
ii.
Photocopy of JVAT/Sates tax clearance certificate of Jharkhand State, valid at the time of
opening of technical bid.
OR
If the bidding agency is not registered under Jharkhand sales tax department, then for
above (i) & (ii) paras they must give an undertaking through notary affidavit that “They will
supply the equipment/items at RIMS, Ranchi after payment of JVAT/Jharkhand Sales tax
on their own & incase of imported goods, they will make their own arrangements for custom
clearance. They shall not demand any document from RIMS for JVAT/custom
clearance/duty exemption/waiver/relief in this regard”.
iii. Manufacturing certificate or original copy of authorization of original equipment
manufacturer in the name of bidder for bidding on their behalf. (Photocopy or fax copy will
not be valid).
iv. I.T. PAN no. of the bidder.
v.
Earnest money in form of Demand Draft issued by any nationalized bank only amounting
Rs. 8,00,000/- (Rupee Eight lakhs only) in favour of Director, Rajendra Institute of Medical
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Sciences, Ranchi.
vi. Affidavits through first class magistrate / Notary Public, mentioning that –
(e) “Our company has not been black listed or convicted in the past by any Hospital
Organization or by any Government / Semi government organization / P.S.Us / C.B.I /
C.C.I & free from all kind of litigation/allegations”,
(f) That the firm has no vigilance case/CBI/FEMA/CCI case pending against him/supplier
(Principal)
(g) That the firm is not supplying the same item, at lower rate quoted in the tender, to any
government organization or any other institute.
(h) That the firm shall supply all the consumable gases uninterruptedly during warranty &
CMC period.
vii. Technical specifications with catalogue & dimensions of equipment, accessories & details
of turnkey works with line diagram measurement for their offered turnkey works & quantity
of items under turnkey. The bidders have to provide complete layout plan of the
constructions & electrical works (if any) required and to be done by the bidder within their
offer for installation & functioning of the complete system.
viii. Certificates of ISO/CE/BS/NFPA/HTM etc (as mentioned in tender paper for particular
items) in the name of original equipment manufacturer. The certificate must be clear &
showing the name of items for which it is issued to the manufacturer.
ix. I.T. return certificate & balance sheet of the bidders for last three financial years having
minimum turnover of Rs. 5,00,00,000/- (Rupee Five Crores only) in any one year within last
three years.
x.
Bidders acceptance letter/undertaking that they shall provide five years comprehensive
warranty & then after five years comprehensive maintenance contract with all spares,
accessories & labour charges for complete system.
xi. Work experience for providing similar nature of work in any govt./semi govt./PSUs hospital
having minimum 250 indoor beds for at least two years of continuous service. The
experience certificate issued by the concerned department must be enclosed in the bid.
Other terms & conditions of tender :
1.
2.
Technical part should contain the documents & request for proposal and all such details as
mentioned in the term of reference or tender paper.
Financial part should contain the financial bid inclusive of equipment, accessories, all
admissible turnkey works, warranty, guarantee, C.M.C., taxes etc and the prices of
consumable gases such as-Liquid O2/N2O/CO2 must be offered in separate sheet in the
price hid.
(Note:- (i) The offered price will be valid for a minimum period of two years.
(ii) No price escalation for hardware‟s/accessories/equipment/turnkey etc will be
acceptable during warranty/guarantee or CMC period, whatever circumstances may be.
(iii) Price escation will be considered only for consumable medical gases, but only
atleast after two years from the date of handover of the complete project.
3.
Details with respect to terms and conditions & list of items and submission of such
proposal can be obtained from “Term of Reference” i.e. tender document/paper & on RIMS
website - www.rimsranchi.org
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4.
If required by the technical committee, all the tenderers have to organize practical
demonstrations of the same model/machine/plant at their nearest installation site to the
nominated technical team of RIMS, Ranchi on tenderer‟s own cost before finalization of
technical evaluation report.
6.
The undersigned reserves the right to accept or reject in part or as a whole any of the
proposal received without assigning any reason thereof.
7.
Any legal matter related to this tender shall be under jurisdiction of Hon‟ble Jharkhand High
Court, Ranchi.
8.
Before participating the pre-bid, the bidders may visit the site at RIMS, Ranchi and may
have discussion with the concerned Faculty / H.O.Ds regarding their requirements &
quarries. All the bidders have to lay the pipeline in between the existing false ceiling and
roofs. All the works under this tender shall be awarded to a single bidder on turnkey basis.
i.e. in any case work will not be distributed in between or among the bidders.
9.
Price Bid of only those bidders will be considered who will qualify the technical documents
parts as well as technical specification parts.
10. No payment shall be made in advance, whatever circumstances may be.
11. The bidding prices will be valid at least for two years or the next tender whichever is earlier.
If there will be government holiday on any last day of the above schedule, the tender
process will continue on the just next working day.
Sd/Director
Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences
Ranchi.
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