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TENDER NO. 004 (SECOND CALL) : Due Date : 02/01/2013

FOR SUPPLY OF EQUIPMENT

GMC/Equipment/12-13/---------------

: (MACHINERY, INSTRUMENTS

& OTHER ITEMS)

CONTRACT DOCUMENT CONSISTING OF TENDER NOTICE. TENDER

FORM, RATE SHEET, TENDER CONDITIONS, SPECIFICATIONS AND

TECHNICAL PARTICULARS., FORM OF AGREEMENT ETC.

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DEAN

GANDHI MEDICAL COLLEGE

BHOPAL

NATIONAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING FOR THE SUPPLY OF EQUIPMENTS

(MACHINERY, INSTRUMENTS & OTHER ITEMS)

BID DOCUMENT PURCHASE START DATE :

07/12/2012

LAST DATE AND TIME FOR

SUBMISSION OF BIDS. 02/01/2013

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DATE AND TIME OF OPENING OF BIDS

(ENVELOP "A")

Time up to 1.00 P.M.

02/01/2013

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PLACE OF OPENING OF BIDS

Time at 3.00 P.M.

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: CONFERENCE HALL

DEAN, GANDHI MEDICAL COLLEGE

BHOPAL

ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE : DEAN, GANDHI MEDICAL COLLEGE,

SULTANIA ROAD, BHOPAL (M.P.)

PIN-462001

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S.No.

.SECTION II: INSTRUCTION TO BIDDER TABLE OF CLASSES

Topic.

Page No.

Page No S.No. Topic

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A. Introduction

1. Scope of work

2. Eligible Bidders

3. Eligible and services

4. Cost of Bidding

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Late bids 13

Modification and withdrawl of bids 13

Bid Opening and Evaluation of bids 14

Clarification of bids 15

Preliminary Examination 15

Evaluation & Comparison of bids 15

Contacting of the purchaser 16

B. Bidding Documents Award of contract

5. Contents of Bidding Documents

6. Clarification of Bidding Documents

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7. Amendments of Bidding Documents 6

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28. Award criteria

29. Purchaser's right to vary quantities

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C. Preparation of Bids

8. Language of Bid

9. Documents Comprising the Bid

10. Bid Form

11. Bid Prices

12. Bid Currencies

13. Documents Establishing Bidder’s

Eligibility and Qualifications

14. Documents Establishing Goods

Eligibility and Conformity to

Bidding Documents

15. Bid Security

16. Period of validity of Bids

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30. The purchaser's right to accept any bid and to reject any or all

31. Notification of Rate Contract

32. Signing of Rate Contract

33. Performance Security &

Inspection Charges

34 Placement of supply order

35 Corrupt or Fraudulent Practices

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D. Submission of Bids

17. Bid stages

18. Price Bid

19. Deadline for submission of bids

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A. Introduction

1. Scope of Work

1.1 The Dean Gandhi Medical College Bhopal M.P. require Equipments ( Machinery Instruments and other items) for various Departments of Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal & associated Hospitals Bid is issued for procurement of equipment (list of equipments enclosed) at competitive rates. After finalization of the bid the contract will be awarded to successful bidders for supply of the items, during one year or till further order on rate contract basis on approved rates The Machines / Equipments have to be Supplied and installed to the various department of Gandhi Medical College Bhopal & associated Hospitals.

2. Eligible Bidders

2.1 The invitation for Bids is open to all eligible bidders.

2.2 Bidders should not be associated, or have been associated in the past, directly or indirectly with a firm or any of in affiliates which have been engaged by the Purchaser to provide consulting service for the preparation of the design, specification and other to be used for the procurement of the goods to the purchaser under this invitation of Bids.

2.3 Government owned enterprise in the Purchaser’s country may participate only if they are legally and financially autonomous, if they operates under commercial law, and if they are not a dependent agency of the Purchaser.

2.4 The tenders shall clarify/state whether he/they are manufacturer, accredited agent or sole representative indenting principals name & address. The offers of firms who are not manufacturer or direct authorized agent will be summarily rejected. Sub-distributors will not be accepted.

3. Eligible Goods and Services

3.1 All goods and ancillary services to be supplied under the Contract shall be from their country of origin

3.2 For purposes of this clause, “origin “ means the place where the goods are mined, grown, or produced or from which the ancillary services are supplied. Goods are produced when, through manufacturing, processing or substantial and major assembling of components, a commercially recognized product results that is substantially different in basic characteristics or in purpose or utility from its components.

3.3

The origin of goods and services is distinct from the nationality of Bidder.

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Cost of Bidding

4.1 The Bidder shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission of its bid, and Dean Gandhi

Medical College Bhopal (hereinafter referred to as “the Purchaser”) will in no case be responsible or liable for these costs, regardless of the conduct or outcome of the bidding process.

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B. The Bidding Documents

5. Contents of Bidding Documents

5.1 The goods required, bidding procedures and contract terms are prescribed in the Bidding Documents. In addition to the Invitation for Bids, the Bidding Documents include:

(a) Instruction to Bidders (ITB);

(b) General Conditions of Contract (GCC);

(c) Special Conditions of Contract (SCC);

(d) Bid Form;

(e) Annexure-I ( Commercial Tax Clearance Certificate);

(f) Annexure-II (Manufacture Authorization Form);

(g) Annexure-III (Declaration / Undertaking Form);

(h) Annexure-IV (Proforma for Performance statement);

(i) Annexure-V (Annual Turnover Statement);

(j) Annexure-VI (Specification of required. Various equipments

(k) Annexure-VII (Performance Security form);

(l) Annexure-VIII ( Contract Agreement form);

(m) Annexure-IX (Details of Manufacturing Unit);

(n) Annexure-X (Price Schedule); and

(o) Annexure-XI (Price Schedule for CMC (include free labour repair, other service and spare parts);

(p) Annexure-XII (Details of Service Centre in Bhopal / M.P.);

(q) Annexure-XIII (Check list A,B,C);

5.2 The Bidder is expected to examine all instructions, forms, terms, specifications and annexure in the Bidding

Documents. Failure to furnish all information required by the Bidding Documents or submissions of a bid not substantially responsive to the Bidding Documents in every respect will be at the Bidders risk and may result in rejection of its bid.

5.3 The Bidding document is not transferable

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Clarification of Bidding Documents-

6.1 A Prospective Bidder requiring any clarification of the Bidding Documents may notify the Purchaser in writing or by Fax at the Purchaser’s mailing address indicated in the invitation for Bids. The Purchaser will respond in writing to any request for clarification of the Bidding Documents, which it receives not later than

10 days prior to the dead line for submission of bids prescribed by the purchaser.

7.

Amendment of Bidding Documents

7.1 At any time prior to the deadline for submission of bids, the purchaser may , for any reason, whether at it on initiative or in response to a clarification requested by the prospective bidders, modify the bidding documents by amendment.

7.2 The Prospective bidders will be notified of the amendment through mail, and will be binding on them.

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7.3 In order to allow prospective bidders reasonable time in which to take the amendment in to account in preparing their bids , the Purchaser, at its discretion , may extend the deadline for the submission of bids.

C. Preparation of Bids

8. Language of Bid

8.1 The Bid prepare by the bidder, as well as all correspondence and documents printed literature and leaflets relating to the bid exchanged by the Bidder and the the purchaser shall be written and in English/Hindi language. Numeric numbers should always be in english only.

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Documents Comprising the Bid

9.1 The bid prepared by the bidder shall comprise the following components :

(a) A bid Form and price schedule completed in accordance with ITB Clause 10,11 and 12;

(b) Documentary evidence established in accordance with ITB clause 13 that the bidder is eligible and is qualify to perform the contract if its bid is accepted;

(c) Documentary evidence established in accordance with ITB clause 14 that the good sand ancillary services to be supplied by the bidder are eligible goods and services and conform to the bidding documents ; and

(d) Bid Security furnished in accordance with ITB clause 15

10. Bid Form

10.1 The Bidders shall complete the Bid form and the appropriate Price Schedule Furnished in the Bidding

Documents indicating for the goods to be supplied, a brief description of the goods, their country of origin and prices.

11. Bid prices

11.1 Bid has been called for the various equipments / machines given in the specification in technical annexure

VI The bidder should quote the price for the equipments/machines offered for. The specification of the equipments/machines should be as per details given in annexure VI Any variation on lower side may result in the rejection of the tender.

11.2 Prices (inclusive of excise duty/ custom duty transportation packing, insurance, installation, training, loading.- Unloading warranty service charge , inspection and any incidental charges, but exclusive of

CST/VAT) should be quoted for each of the required equipments/ machine separately on door delivery basis according to the unit ordered. Tender for the supply of equipments etc. with cross condition like “AT

CURENT MARKET RATES “ shall not be accepted. Handling, clearing, transport charges etc. shall not be paid . The delivery should be made as stipulated in the supply order placed with successful bidders conditional tenders will not be accepted.

11.3 Each bid must contain the unit price of each equipment in digits as well as alphabets. Any discrepancy between the figures and words, the amount written in words will prevail. Alterations/over-writings, unless legibly attested by the tenderer, shall disqualify the tenders. The tenders should be signed by the tenderer himself/themselves or his/their authorized agent on his/their behalf (Authorization may be enclosed, if applicable) under his stamp. The tenderers should take care that the rates and amounts are written in such a way that interpolation is not possible, no blanks should be left which would otherwise, make the tender redundant.

Central/State Government and the Maximum Retail DGS & D Price (MRP) Rate Constricting Authority at its discretion, will exercise, the right to revise the price at any stage, on lower side so as to confirm to the controlled price or MRP as the case may be. This discretion will be exercised without prejudice to any other action that may be taken against the bidder.

11.5 To ensure sustained supply without any interruption the The purchaser, reserves the right to split orders for supplying the requirements among more than one bidders, provided the prices and other conditions of supply are equal.

11.6 The prices quoted and accepted will be binding on the bidder for the stipulated period and any increases in the price will not be entertained till the completion of this tender period. Cross Conditions such as “SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY” “ SUPPLIES WILL BE MADE US AND WHEN

SUPPLIES ARE RECEIVED” etc., will not be considered under any circumstances and the tenders of those who have given such conditions shall be treated as incomplete and Tender will be summarily rejected.

12. Bid Currencies

12.1 Prices shall be quoted in Indian Rupees.

13. Documents establishing Bidder's eligibility and qualification

13.1 Pursuant to ITB Clause 9, the Bidder shall furnish, as part of its bid, documents establishing the bidder's eligibility to bid and its qualification to perform the Contract if its bid is accepted.

13.2 The documentary evidence of the Bidder's qualifications to perform the Contract if its bid is accepted, shall establish by “the Purchaser” satisfactions.

(a) Bids may be submitted by the primary manufacture or importer or their authorized distributor provided the bid is accompanied by a duly notarized letter of authority from the primary manufacturer/importer. In case of authorized distributor the bidder should have minimum three years association with manufacturer / importer (as per authorization form given in Annexure II)

(b) Documentary evidence for the Registration of the company with details of the Name, Address,

Telephone Number, Fax Number, E-mail Address of the Managing Director / Partners / Proprietor and Name, Address, Telephone number, fax, email of primary manufacturer/ The instruments such as power of attorney, resolution of board etc., authorizing an officer/person of the bidder should be submitted with the tender and such Authorized officer/person of the bidder should sign the tender documents. Authorization letter nominating a responsible person of the bidder to transact the business with the purchaser.

(c) The bidder shall submit printed original catalogues of primary manufacturer and any other technical documents like data sheet or operational manual of equipment with highlighting the features in portal along with the other documents. In catalogue, the quoted product number and name should be highlighted and item code should also be written with catalogue, against which that product is quoted. These documents are also to be submitted in physical form before due date along with Bid security. Specification of equipments supplied should match the specification in catalogue. Leaflets, literatures, should invariably be attached for ready reference clearly marking the item code no.

(d) The Bidder/manufacturer should have at least three years manufacturing / distributorship experience.

The Bidder should submit a list of user of quoted equipments manufactured by the Principal

Manufacturer for last three years. These list should also contain the supplies related to the Govt. hospital/ Medical Colleges / Public Sector undertaking / Undertaking hospital and other institutions of repute. Bidder should submit details of installation in Annexure IV.

(e). The bidder should have at least one service centre in Madhya Pradesh, with a team of trained service engineer/technical staff the details in this regard as per Annexure-XII shall be submitted. In case at the time of tender service centre is not available in M.P., then he shall submit undertaking to establish the service centre before the award of contract.

(f). The bidder shall submit the specification's compliance / deviation report duly filled and signed which clearly bring out the deviation from the specification if any 'given in Annexure-VI.

(g). Sales Tax / VAT Clearance certificate, as on 31.03.2011/12 (as per form attached in

Annexure-I).

(h). Details of Manufacturing Unit I Annexure - IX. The details containing the name and address of the premises where the items quoted are actually manufactured.

(i). Documents, if any, to show that the manufacturing unit/importer has been recog11ized, by WHO,

UNICEF, ISO/ or any other Certificate The bidder should also submit national and international quality certificates like ISI/CE/C" mark/IEC standard or equivalent certificate of quoted product, if available. j. The bidder shall furnish a notarized affidavit in the format given in Annexure-III declaring that the bidder accepts all terms and conditions of the tender. k. . Annual turnover (i.e. turnover for each year separately) in the last three financial years shall not be less than Rs.100.00 Lacs .for Manufacturer and Rs. 50.00 Lacs for the authorized distributor. l.

Annual turnover statement for 3 years submitted in the format given in Annexure- V certified by the

Auditor/CA.

In case of imported equipment IEC certificate of importer / bidder shall be submitted. m. Concern / Company have not been debarred / blacklisted either by The purchaser or by any State

Government or Central Government Organization for the quoted product or as a whole. Affidavit to this effect shall be submitted by the concern / company. n. All documents should be seal and stamped.

14. Documents establishing Goods Eligibility and Conformity to Bidding Documents

14.1 Pursuant to Clause 9, the Bidder shall furnish, as part of its bid, documents establishing the eligibility and conformity to the Bidding Documents of all goods and services, which the Bidder proposes to supply under the Contract.

15. Bid Security

15.1 Pursuant to ITB Clause 9, the Bidder shall furnish, as part of its bid, the bid security which shall be equal to 3% of the total aggregate value of Item's of Equipments tendered for, subject to a maximum of Rs 3.00 Lacs . ( Rs. three Lacs Only) No concession / exemption shall be allowed F.D.R. should be attached. The aggregate values of items tendered for and 3% amount of it should be shown separately in Envelop "A.

15.2 The bid security is required to protect the Purchaser Contracting Authority against risk of Bidder's business conduct which would warrant the security's forfeiture, pursuant to ITB Clause 15.7.

15.3 The bid security shall be in Indian Rupees and shall be in form of Fixed Deposit for 18 months in favour of Dean, Gandhi. Medical College, Bhopal: of any Nationalised Bank.

15.4 Any bid not secured in accordance with ITB Clause 15.1 and 15.3 above will be rejected by the "The

Purchaser" as non-responsive, pursuant to ITB Clause 23.

15.5 Unsuccessful Bidder's bid security will be discharged / returned as promptly as possible upon the successful Bidders signing the Contract, pursuant to ITB Clause 31 or after the expiration of the period of bid validity prescribed by the "The Purchaser" pursuant to ITB clause 16. No interest is payable on bid security.

15.6 The successful Bidder's bid security will be discharged upon the Bidders signing the Contract, pursuant to ITB Clause 30, and furnishing the performance security, pursuant to ITB Clause 31. No interest is payable on bid security.

15.7 The bid security may be forfeited: a. If a bidder

(i) withdraws its bid during the period of bid validity specified by the Bidder on the Bid

Form; b. In case of a successful Bidder, if the Bidder fails:

(i) to sign the Contract in accordance with ITB Clause 30; or

(ii) to furnish performance security and Inspection Charges in accordance with ITB Clause

31.

16. Period of Validity of Bids

16.1 Quoted Prices of Bids shall be valid for 180 (One hundred eighty) days after the date of bid opening prescribed by The purchaser pursuant to ITB clause 21. A bid valid for a shorter period shall be rejected by The purchaser as non-responsive. This price or negotiated price on acceptance shall remain fixed till contract period or till further order.

16.2 In exceptional circumstances, the purchaser may solicit the Bidder's consent to an extension of the period of validity. The request and the responses thereto shall be made in writing. A Bidder may refuse the request without forfeiting its bid security. A bidder granting the request will not be required nor permitted to modify its bid.

16.3 No bid may be modified subsequent to the deadline for submission of Bids.

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16.4 No Bid may be withdrawn in the interval between the deadline for the submission of Bids and expiration of the period of bid validity specified by the Bidder on the Bid Form. Withdrawal of a bid during this interval may result in the Bidders forfeiture of its bid security pursuant to ITB Sub-clause

15.7.

D. Submission of Bids

17. Bid Stages

17.1 Bid should be submitted in following system and should furnish the following documents failing which their bid shall not be accepted:-

Envelops - D: Main Tender Envelop

(E.M.D. in the form of F.D.R./DD only)

(1) Fixed Deposit for 18 Months 3% of total aggregate value of item or equipments tendered for as

E.M.D. (issued by Nationalized bank in the name of Dean, Gandhi Medical College Bhopal.

(Refundable). (Any other instrument for example like Cheque will not be accepted).

A statement of Aggregate value of total items tendered for and value of 3% (E.M.D. maximum of

Rs. one Lack.)

· Without submission of E.M.D. the. tender will be summarily rejected as per rules.

(2) Tender document fee if uploaded from website Rs 5000.) Those bidders who have already submittted their tender document & tender fees in response to our tender dated 12/10/2012 of

Rs. 5000/- in previous tender need not submit this fees again however they are required to enclose the photocopy of the reciept of the Tender document fees.

· In no case the tender cost fee should be mixed with E.M.D. amount. Fee cost is not refundable.

Essential Documents as mentioned below.

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3. The bidders have to submit name of the items, its code no. for which they are quoting in the price bid. Such names and items code of the items should be submitted along with the technical bid falling which the tendere4' price bid will not be opened. The bidder has to submit name of item and the code number in the format given below.

Sr. No. Item Code Name of Equipment

4 Registration Certificate of the company with details of the Name, Address, Telephone Number, Fax

Number, e-mail address of the firm and of the Managing Director / Partners / Proprietor.

Authorization letter from manufacturer authorizing a person to transact a business with the purchaser.

The instruments such as power of attorney, resolution of board etc., authorizing an officer/person of the bidder should be submitted with the tender and such Authorized officer/person of the bidder should sign the tender documents.

5. Bidders should have the registration under Commercial Tax Authority should be attached.

6. Sales Tax VAT Clearance certificate, as on 31.03.2012 (as per form attached in Annexure-I).

(Note: Sales Clearance from sales tax department up to 31.03.2012 must be attached with this

annexure)

7. Annexure-II (Manufacture Authorization Form)

8. Annexure-III (Undertaking Form / Declaration Form)

9 Annexure-IV (Proforma for installation in last Three years of the manufacturers.

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10. Annexure-V (Annual Turnover Statement)

11. Annexure - IX (Details of Manufacturing Unit)

12 Annexure - XII (Details of Service Centre at Bhopal/M.P.)

13. The bidder should also submit national & international quality certificates like ISI/CE/C ISO-9002, IP/BP etc" mark / lEC standard or equivalent certificate of quoted product, if available.

14. Concern / Company have not been debarred / blacklisted either by the purchaser or by any State

Government or Central Government Organization. this effect shall be submitted by the concern / company. Affidavit that the firm has no vigilance case / CBI case pending against him / s. Affidavit that the firm has not supplied the same item at the lower rate than quo-~" tender to any Govt. / Semi Govt. or any other organization.

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Original Bid Form duly signed by authorized signatory as per Section V, duly sealed and signed by the bidder on each page for acceptance of Terms and Conditions.Please submit Only Annexure V (as whole tender documents from page No. 1 to 57)as acceptance of all terms and conditions of tender from page No. 1 to 57,

(This Section V page will be considered as acceptance of all tender terms and condition from the bidder)

(Save Paper Save Environment) .

16. Statement of good financial standing from bankers.

17. In case of imported equipment IEC certificate of importer / bidder shall be submitted.

18.. Any other document if required.

Technical/Financial bid documents must not be submitted with this envelope.

Envelop - B: (Technical Bid)This envelop must be submitted department wise.

(i) Technical bid for the quoted equipments etc. should be signed and stamped on each page.

The bidder shall submit the specification's compliance / deviation report duly filled and signed which clearly bring out the deviation from the specification if any given in Annexure-VI.

(ii) A list of user of quoted equipments by the Principal Manufacturer for last three years. These list should also contain the supplies related to the Govt. hospital/Medical Colleges / Public

Sector undertaking / Undertaking hospital and other institutions of repute. Bidder should submit details of installation in Annexure IV

(iii) Literature of original catalogue of the product attached for reference in two copies.

(iv) Quality certificates such as CE/ US FDA product wise.

Envelop - C: (Financial Bid) This envelop must be submitted department wise. i. Financial bid for the quoted equipments etc. should be signed and stamped on each page (ANNEXURE-X) ii. CMC charges as per Annexure Xl. iii.

Bidder should show recurring expenditure of each equipment separately.

All the three envelops sealed in main envelop i.e. marked ENVELOP - D"TENDER FOR

EQUIPMENTS ETC." All the envelopes A, B. C. must be Wax sealed using sealing Wax and official seal, sealed cello taped, moisture free and strong.

All the enclosures and photocopies should be self certified and stamped. i.

Reference No. of the tender ii. Tender regarding iii. Due date of submission of tender form iv. v.

Due date for opening of the tender

Name of the firm

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NOTE: TENDER SUBMITTED WITHOUT FOLLOWING THE ABOVE 'PROCEDURES WIL BE

SUMMARILY REJECTED.

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17.2 PRICE BID-

The Bidder should furnish the following: i) The rate quoted per unit (landed price) in Annexure-X (Suggested sample proforma of price schedule) shall be inclusive of Excise Duty / Custom Duty, freight, packing, insurance, inspection & testing charges etc. exclusive of VAT and should be F.O.R. destination. ii) The rate quoted in column 8 of annexure (suggested sample proforma of price schedule) should be for a unit and given specification. The bidder is not permitted to change / alter specification or unit size given in the Annexure - X. iii) Bidder has to quote rates strictly for the items which are mentioned in the tender. iv) Rates quoted for items other than mentioned in the tender form then that particular item will not be entertained. v) If a bidder has quoted same rates for an equipment manufactured by two different manufacturers then the choice to make the contract from any of them or both will be the discretion of The purchaser. vi) The rates of each item should be quoted in figures as well as in words also otherwise the tender is liable to be rejected. vii) The bidder/parent company will have to inter into comprehensive Maintenance Contract (include free labour, repair, other services & spare parts) for the next seven years after the expiry of three years warranty period in Annexure - XI.

(viii) The bidder should quote equipments which will have guarantee / warranty of atleast 3 years, equipments which have less than 3 years warranty will not be entertainment and so should not be quoted. ix) Bidder should show recurring expenditure of each equipment separately.

18. Deadline for Submission of Bids

18.1 Bids will not be accepted after the time and date specified in the invitation for Bids (Section I).

18.2 The The purchaser may, as its discretion, extend the deadline for submission of the bids by amending the Bid Documents in accordance with ITB Clause - 7 in which case all right and obligations of the The purchaser and Bidders previously subject to the deadline shall thereafter be subject to the deadline as extended.

18.3 The The purchaser will not be responsible for any delay or non-receipt of tender documents.

19. Late Bids

19.1 No Bid shall be considered after the last date and time of submission of bid

20. Modification and Withdrawal of Bids

20.2 No bid may be modified subsequent to the deadline for submission of bids.

20.3 No bid may be withdrawn in the interval between the deadline for submission of bids and the expiration of the period of bid validity specified by the Bidder on the Bid Form. Withdrawal of a bid during this interval may result in the Bidder's forfeiture of its bid security, pursuant to ITB

Clause 15.7

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E. Bid Opening and Evaluation of Bids

21. Opening of Bids by the purchaser

Opening of Bid process:

21.1 Bid will be opened on the day, date & place specified by the The purchaser.

21.2 All bidders are entitled to be present at the date and time & place for opening of Bids.

21.3 Only one representative of each Bidder is entitled to remain present at the time of bid opening.

Bidder's representative who is present shall sign a register evidencing his/her attendance. In the event of the specified date of Bid opening being declared a holiday for the The purchaser, the Bids shall be opened at the appointed time and location on the next working day.

21.4 Opening of bid will be sequential process.

21.5 Bids will be opened in the presence of Bidder's representatives who choose to attend on the specified date and time fixed for opening the bid. Envelop D containing envelop A, B and C,

E nvelop " A", will be immediately opened. Documents together with contents of envelop A will be subject to scrutiny, those bidders whose documents and contents are as per tender conditions will only be deemed qualified for opening of technical bid. The date and time of opening of technical bid (envelop B) will be made available on website at the earliest of opening of bid and will be communicated simultaneously to those who qualify for opening of bid. Technical and

Price bid will be submitted separately. Technical Bid will be evaluated as per specification and

NCB terms and conditions by the Technical Committee. Those bidders who qualify for the technical bid will be invited for· demonstration of equipment on the day, date & place specified by the purchaser. The bidders will have to demonstrate the equipments on the date, day and place specified, failing which their bid will be rejected. Thereafter, Price Bid (envelop C) will be opened only for those bidders whose bid will be found technically responsive after demonstration.

Opening of date of price bid will be communicated separately only to those who qualify and will be displayed on the specified website.

21.6 The Bidders' names, presence or absence of the requisite bid security will be announced at the opening of Technical Bid.

21.7 Bidders who were found eligible on satisfying the criteria for technical evaluation and inspection by the technical committee can only be invited to be present at the date and time for opening of Price

Bid of the tender.

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22. Clarification of Bids

22.1 During evaluation of bids, the The purchaser may, at its discretion, ask the Bidder for clarification of its Bid. Any clarification submitted by a bidder in respect to its bid and that is not in response to a request by the The purchaser shall not be considered. The request for clarification and the response shall be in writing and no change in prices or substance of the bid shall be sought, offered or permitted except to confirm the correction of arithmetic errors discovered by the The purchaser in the evaluation of the bids.

23. Preliminary Examination

23.1 The the purchaser will examine the bids to determine whether they are complete, whether any computational errors have been made, whether required sureties have been furnished, whether all documents are there, whether the documents have been properly signed, and whether the bids are generally in order.

23.2 The purchaser may waive any minor informality or non-conformity or irregularity or omissions in a bid which does not constitute a material deviation, provided such a waiver does not prejudice or affect the relative ranking of any Bidder.

23.3 Prior to the detailed evaluation, pursuant to ITB Clause 24, the The purchaser will determine the substantial responsiveness of each bid to the bidding documents. For purposes of these Clauses, a substantially responsive bid is one which conforms to all the documents terms, conditions and specifications of the bidding documents without material deviations. The Rate Contracting

Authorities determination of a bid's responsiveness is to be based on the contents of the bid itself without recourse to extrinsic evidence.

23.4 If a bid is substantially responsive, the The purchaser may request that the bidder submit the necessary information or documentation, within a reasonable period of time to rectify nonmaterial nonconformities or omissions in the bid related to documentation requirements.

Such omissions shall not be related to any aspect of the price of the bid. Failure of the bidder to comply with the request within the stipulated time may result in the rejection of its bid.

23.5 If a bid determined as not substantially responsive, it will be rejected by the The purchaser and may not subsequently be made responsive by the bidder by correction of the nonconformity.

24. Evaluation and Comparison of Bids

24.1 The purchaser will evaluate and compare the bids previously determined to be substantially responsive, pursuant to Clause 23. Bids will be evaluated with reference to various criteria as

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Specified in bid document and one of such criteria is that the rate per unit of (landed price) i.e. rate per equipment for determining the Lt rate (Lowest rate).

24.2 Purchase will also be made from SC / ST firms as per State Government rules.

25. Contacting the The purchaser

25.1 Subject to ITB Clause 22, no Bidder shall contact the The purchaser on any matter relating to its bid, from the time of the bid opening to the time Rate Contract is awarded.

25.2 Any effort by a Bidder to influence the The purchaser in its decisions on bid evaluation, bid comparison or contract award may result in rejection of the Bidder's bid. If the bidder wishes to bring additional information to the notice of the The purchaser, it should do so in writing.

F. Award of Contract

26. Post Qualification

26.1 Based on the qualification criteria listed in ITB Clause 13, the The purchaser will determine to its satisfaction whether the Bidder selected as having submitted the lowest evaluated responsive bid is qualified to satisfactorily perform the Contract.

26.2 The determination will take into account the Bidder's financial, technical, and production capabilities. It will be based upon an examination of the documentary evidence of the Bidder's qualifications submitted by the Bidder. Pursuant to ITB Clause 13, as well as such other information as the The purchaser deems necessary and appropriate.

26.3 The The purchaser shall ask for demonstration of the quoted equipment. The cost of demonstration shall be born by the bidder. Day, date & place of demonstration shall be decided by R.C.A.

26.4 An affirmative determination will be prerequisite for award of the Rate Contract to the Bidder. A negative determination will result in rejection of the Bidder's bid in which event the The purchaser will proceed to the next bid to make a similar determination of that Bidder's capabilities to perform the contract satisfactorily.

26.5 The tenderness shall demonstrate the quoted model of the equipments during the technical evaluation on the day, date & place specified, failing which their bids/offer shall be rejected.

27. Award Criteria (Negotiation)

27.1 Subject to ITB Clause 29 - The the purchaser will award rate contract to the successful bidders on lowest evaluated prices or the price approved by the Purchase Committee after negotiation from L, bidder, whichever is lower, based on the performance, quality, capacity, quality control facilities, delivery period, and geographical coverage of the supply etc.

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If successful bidder shall not be capable, then in this respect the decision of the committee will be final which may go up to L-3 bidder.

28. Purchaser's Right to vary Quantities

28.1 The details of the required equipments etc. are shown in Annexure-VI. The quantity mentioned is only the tentative requirement and may increase or decrease as per the decision of the Purchaser.

The rates quoted should not vary with the quantum of the order or the destination.

29. The purchaser's Right to Accept any Bid and to Reject any or all bids

29.1 The purchaser reserves the right to accept or reject the tender for the supply of all items of equipments or for anyone or more of the items of equipments tendered for in a tender without assigning any reason, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected Bidder or Bidders or any obligation to inform the affected Bidder or Bidders of the grounds for the. The purchaser's action.

30. Notification of Rate Contract

30.1 Prior to the expiration of the period of bid validity, the The purchaser will notify the successful

Bidder in writing by registered letter or fax or e-mail, that its bid has been accepted.

30.2 The notification of Rate Contract will constitute the formation of the Contract.

30.3 Upon the successful Bidder's signed Rate Contract pursuant to ITB Clause 31, the The purchaser will promptly notify each unsuccessful Bidder and will discharges its bid security, pursuant to ITB

Clause 15.

30.4 If, after notification of rate contract, a Bidder wishes to ascertain the grounds on which its bid was not selected, it should address it's request to the The purchaser. The The purchaser will respond in writing to the unsuccessful Bidder.

31. Signing of Rate Contract

31.1 At the same time the The purchaser will inform to the successful Bidder that its bid has been accepted the purchaser will send the Bidder the Rate Contract Form provided in the bidding document incorporating all agreements between the parties.

31.2 Within 10 days of receipt of the Notification of Rate Contract, the successful Bidder shall sign and date the Contract on a non-judicial stamp paper of value of Rs. l00/- (stamp duty to be paid by the

Bidder) and return it to the purchaser.

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31.3 The validity of Rate Contract will be one year and may be extended for further period as agreed mutually unless revoked.

32. Performance Security & Inspection Charges

32.1 Within 15 days of the receipt of firm order from the purchaser or the date specified by the purchaser, the successful Bidder shall furnish the performance security and inspection charges in accordance with the Clause 7 of General Conditions of Contract.

32.2 Failure of successful bidder to comply with the requirement of ITB Clause 31 or ITB Clause 32.1 shall constitute sufficient grounds for the annulment of the award and forfeiture of the bid security/previously deposited performance security and disqualify the firm to participate in the tender for the next five years.

33. Placement of Supply Order

33.1 After finalization of the contract, the successful bidders may be asked to submit the delivery schedule. as per requirement of the Purchaser. While placement of orders, the schedule given to the bidders, along with the other conditions stated at 27.1 will be considered.

33.2 To ensure sustained supply without any interruption the Purchaser, reserves the right to split orders for supplying the requirements among more than one L-l bidder.

34. Corrupt or Fraudulent Practices

34.1 For the purpose of this provision, the terms set forth as follows:

(i) "Corrupt practice" means the offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of any thing of value to influence the action of a public official in the procurement process or in contract execution, and (ii)

"Fraudulent practice" means a mis-presentation , hiding of facts in order to influence a procurement process or the execution of a contract to the detriment of the other bidders, and includes collusive practice among Bidders (prior to or after bid submission) designed to establish bid prices at artificial noncompetitive levels and to deprive the other bidders of the benefits of free and open competition;

(iii) Will reject a proposal for award if it determines that the Bidder recommended for award has engaged in corrupt or fraudulent practice in competing for the contract in question.

(iv) Will declare a firm ineligible, either indefinitely or for a stated period of time, to be allowed to participate, awarded a contract if at any time determines that the firm has engaged in corrupt or fraudulent practice in competing for, or in executing, a contract.

34.2 Furthermore, Bidders shall be aware of the provision stated in sub clause 21.4 of the General

Conditions of contract.

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SECTION III : GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

TABLE OF CLAUSES

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Standards

Use of contract documents and information

Patent Rights

Performance Security

Inspection and Tests

Packing

Delivery and Documents

Insurance

Transportation

Warranty

Payment

Prices

Change orders

Contract Amendments

Assignment

Delays in the Supplier's Performance

Liquidated Damages

Termination for default

Force majeure

Termination of insolvency

Termination for convenience

Resolution of disputes

Limitation of liability

Governing

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1. Definitions

General Conditions of Contract

1.1 In this Contract, the following terms shall be interpreted as indicated:

(a) "Rate Contract" means the agreement entered into between the The purchaser and the Supplier, as recorded in the Contract Forms signed by the parties, including all the attachments and appendices thereto and all documents incorporated by reference therein for supply of material in agreed time period.

(b) "Price" means the price payable to the Supplier for the full and proper performance of its contractual obligations.

(c) "Goods" means all the equipments (Machines, instruments & Other Items) etc., which the supplier is required to supply to the purchaser under the Contract.

(d) "Services" means services ancillary to the supply of the Goods, such as. transportation and insurance and any other incidental services, and other obligations of the Supplier covered under the

Contract.

(e) "GCC" means the General Conditions of Contract contained in this section.

(f) "scc" means the Special Conditions of Contract.

(g) "The Purchaser" means the Organization purchasing the goods, as named in SCe.

(h) "The Purchaser's Country" is the country named in SCC.

(i) "The Supplier" means the individual or firm supplying the Goods and Services under this Contract.

(j) "The purchaser" means the Dean Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal Chairman, Purchase Committee.

(k) "The Project Site" where applicable, means the place or places named in SCC.

(l) "Day" means calendar day.

2. Applications

2.1 These General Conditions shall apply to the extent that they are not superseded by provisions in other parts of the Contract.

3. Country of Origin

3.1 All goods and services supplied under the Contract shall be specified their country of origin.

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3.2 For purpose of this Clause "origin" means the place where the Goods are mined, grown or product, or from which the Services are supplied. Goods are produced when, through manufacturing, processing, or substantial and major assembling of components, a commercially recognized new product results that is substantially different in basic characteristics or in purpose or utility from its components.

3.3 The origin of Goods and Services is distinct from the nationality of the Supplier.

4. Standards

4.1 The Goods supplied under this Contract shall confirm to the standards mentioned in the Technical

Specifications and when no applicable standard is mentioned, latest standards agreeable to the purchaser. should be supplied.

4.2 Genuine EQUIPMENTS (Machinery, Instruments & Other Items) must be supplied. tenderers should indicate the source of supply i.e. name & address of the manufacturers from whom the items are to be imported.

4.3 While quoting the rates of MACHINERY, INSTRUMENTS & OTHER ITEMS etc. as enclosed list, the name of the manufacturer, must be mentioned otherwise the tender is liable to be rejected.

4.4 The rates of every item should be quoted from standard and well reputed firms / companies and they should be minimum possible.

4.5 For MACHINERY, INSTRUMENTS & OTHER ITEMS etc. means should bear quality assurance certification like ISO 9002 of CE Mark of ISI standardization.products passing USFDA criteria shall be preferred.

4.6 Software and Hardware Upgradation - Free Digital Up-gradation of software (all update & upgrades) up to 5 years.

4.7 Voltage stabilizer or UPS & digital technology should be supplied with the equipments required it.

4.8 Technical specification of equipments / work mentioned is basic, however, equipments of higher specifications may be quoted at no extra cost.

4.9 No change in make/manufacturer will be allowed at the time of supply. Changes resulting out of technology upgradation of the same manufacturer can be permitted at no extra cost.

4.10 Circuit diagram with operator's and service manual must be enclosed along with the equipment.

4.11 Names of the institution in India, where quoted equipment / work has been supplied / installed and working satisfactory done during last three years must be attached.

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4.12 The Bidders are not allowed to quote for equipments / components with less than desire specification. Deviation from specification on lower / negative side shall not be considered if at any time during evaluation / after supply of equipments / components are found below specification

EMD / performance guarantee shall be forfeited and action will be taken for black listing.

5. Use of Contract documents and information

5.1 The supplier shall not, without the The purchaser's prior written consent, disclose the Contract, or any provision thereof, or any specification, plan, drawing, pattern, sample or information furnished by or on behalf of the The purchaser in connection therewith, to any person other then a person employed by the supplier in performance of the contract.

Disclosure to any such employed person shall be made in confidence and shall extent only so far as may be necessary, for purposes of such performance.

5.2 The Supplier shall not, without the The purchaser's prior written consent, make use of any document or information enumerated in GCC Clause 5.1 except for the purposes of performing the

Contract.

5.3 Any document, other than the Contract itself, enumerated in GCC Clause 5.1 shall remain the property of the The purchaser and shall be returned (in all copies) to the The purchaser on completion of the Supplier's performance under the contract if so required by the The purchaser.

6. Patent Rights

6.1 The Supplier shall indemnify the The purchaser against all third-party claims of infringement of patent, trademark or industrial design rights arising from use of the Goods or any part thereof in

India.

7. Performance Security

7.1 The supplier shall furnish performance security in the amount specified in SCC to the purchaser as specified in GCC 1.1 (g).

7.2 The proceeds of the performance security shall be payable to the purchaser as compensation for any loss resulting from the Supplier's failure to complete its obligations under the Contract.

7.3 The Performance Security shall be denominated in Indian Rupees and shall be in the form of

Demand Draft/FDR/Bank Guarantee of Nationalized Bank located· in India in the prescribed form provided in bidding document or another acceptable to the purchaser in favour of Purchaser till completion of warranty period.

7.4 The performance security will be discharged by the purchaser and returned to the Supplier not later than 90 days following the date of completion of the Supplier's satisfactory performance obligations, including warranty obligations, unless specified otherwise in sec.

8. Inspection and Tests

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If purchaser wishes:

8.1 The purchaser or its representative shall have the right to inspect and/or test the Goods to confirm their conformity to the contract. The Special Conditions of Contract and/or the Technical

Specification shall specify what inspections and tests the purchaser requires and where they are to be conducted. The purchaser shall notify the Supplier in writing of the identity of any representatives retained for these purposes.

(i) The Supplier shall notify the purchaser or its representative at least 10 days prior to the date when

Goods are available for inspection.

(ii) The Supplier will provide to the purchaser or its representative all reasonable facilities for the conduct of such inspections and tests at no additional cost to the purchaser. The Supplier may seek an independent quality test report for batch ready for shipment. The cost of such tests will be borne by the Supplier.

(iii) Where the Supplier contests the validity of the rejection by the purchaser or his representative, whether based on product or packing grounds, a sample drawn by the Inspection Authority will be forwarded for analysis to an independent technical inspection. The Finding, which will be promptly obtained, will be final and biding on both the parties. The cost of umpire analysis will be borne by the losing party.

(iv) The Purchaser's right to inspect, test and where necessary, reject the Goods after the Goods arrival in at Site shall in no way be limited or waived by reason of the Goods having previously been inspected, tested and passed by the purchaser or its representative prior to the Goods shipment from the country of origin.

(v) Nothing in Clause 8 shall in any way release the supplier from any warranty or other obligations under this Contract.

9. Packing

9.1 The Supplier shall provide such packing of the Goods as is required to prevent their damage or deterioration during transit to their final destination as indicated in the' contract. The packing shall be sufficient to withstand, without limitation, rough handling during transit and exposure to extreme temperatures, salt and precipitation during transit and open storage. Packing case size and weights shall take into consideration, where appropriate the remoteness of the Goods final destination and the absence of heavy handling facilities at all points in transit.

9.2 The packing marking and documentation within and outside the packages shall comply strictly with such special requirements as shall be provided for in the contract including additional requirements, if any,

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specified in SCC, Technical specification and in any subsequent instruction ordered by the Purchaser. .

10. Delivery and Documents

10.1 The supply should be completed within 21 days from the date of supply order unless otherwise specified in the supply order. Purchaser will place order by fax &/or e-mail &/or speed post.

10.2 It shall be the responsibility of the Supplier to make good for any shortage/damage at the time of receipt at designated place.

10.3 The details of shipping and/or other documents to be furnished by the Supplier are specified in

SCC.

10.4 The delivery of EQUIPMENTS should be made at the point / place specified by the Purchaser in

Purchase Order.

10.5 the successful bidders should strictly adhere to the following delivery schedule Supply, Installation

& Commissioning should be effected within a fortnight from the date of supply and this clause should be strictly adhered to failing which necessary administrative action as deemed fit under rules will be taken against the defaulter.

10.6 Supply must be toto i.e. not in fraction.

11. Insurance

11.1 The Goods supplied under the contract shall be fully insured in Indian Rupees against the loss or damage incidental to manufacture, acquisition, transportation, storage, delivery, installation and test running in the manner specified in SCC.

12. Transportation

12.1 Where the Supplier is required under the Contract to transport the Goods to Gandhi Medical

College/Sultania Zanana Hospital/Hamidia Hospital Bhopal defined as Project site, transport to

Bhopal including insurance as shall be specified in the Contract shall be arranged by the Supplier, and the related cost shall be included in the Contract Price.

12.2 The loss or damage of material whatsoever, whether insured or not, during transit shall be made good by bidder free of charge, failing which the losses will be deducted from their bill / performance security.

12.3 Wharf age, demurrages etc. on account of incorrect or delayed dispatch of material or documents shall be the responsibility of the supplier and shall be recovered from his bill / performance security.

13. Warranty

13.1 The Bidder shall provide on site warranty of the' equipment for the period of three years from the date of satisfactory installation. Warranty will cover services, repairs, maintenance, replacement of

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spare parts, broken / damaged / worn out spare parts and other services free of cost during the whole warranty period of three years. Warranty shall clearly indicate that what items covered by it and item not covered in warranty. The warranty shall also include "on call service" which should not exceed three days from the date of lodging of complaint. The purchaser shall have the right to get the work done at the cost of bidder's responsibility, if machine is not repaired within three days.

13.2 The Purchaser shall promptly notify the Supplier in writing of any claims arising under the warranty.

13.3 Upon receipt of such notice, the Supplier shall, with all reasonable speed, replace the sub standard equipments, without cost and to the satisfaction of Purchaser.

13.4 If the Supplier, having been notified, fails to remedy the defect(s) within seven days, the Purchaser may proceed to take such remedial actions as may be necessary, at the Supplier's risk and expense and will have right to impose penalty without prejudice to any other rights which the Purchaser may have against the Supplier under the Contract.

13.5 The stores supplies shall be strictly in accordance with the Specifications / Standards and shall be of the best quality. The stores are demanded to carry the Supplier's own guarantee of the items by the consignee.

13.6 If at any time during/after the supply if equipment is not found as per specification, sub standard or refurbished the bidder shall replace defective equipment at his own cost, immediately, failing which the total amount is recoverable from him and he will be black listed.

13.7 UPTIME GUARANTEE: The firm should provide uptime guarantee of95%.

13.8 Downtime penalty Clause:

During the Guarantee / Warranty period, desired uptime of 95% of 365 days (24 hours), if downtime exceeds 5%, penalty in the form of extended warranty, double the number of days for which the equipment goes out of service will be applied. The vendor must undertake to supply all spares for optimal upkeep of the equipments for at least THREE YEARS after handing over the unit to the Institute. If accessories /other attachment of the system are procured from the third paIty

, then the vendor must produce cost of accessory/other attachment and the CMC from the third party separately along with the main offer and the third party will have to sign the CMC with the Purchaser if required. In no case instrument should remain in non working condition for more than 7 days, beyond which a penalty of 2 % of machine cost will be charged per day. The

Principals or their agents are required to submit a certificate that they have satisfactory service arrangements and fully trained staff available to support the uptime guarantee.

13.9 Guarantee I Warranty period: The tenderers must quote for 3 years warranty from the date of completion of the satisfactory installation.

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Also the Bidders should submit their quote for subsequent 7 years) / CMC (include free labour, repair, other services & spare parts). Failure to comply this condition will entail the rejection of the Bids. The price comparison shall be made taking into account on basic price and post warranty / CMC.

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So the price of CMC should be quoted according to the cost of equipment.

13.10 SPARE PARTS: The spare parts should be of standard quality. The bidder must take guarantee of availability of supply of spare parts upto 10 years.

13.11 TRAINING: Training of equipments within the stipulated time should be done by the supplier at his cost. The time & place of training shall be stipulated by purchaser. Training should be of 2 doctors and 2 technicians of user department.

13.12 The Tenderers should clearly indicate the name of the Manufacturers / Beneficiary of the Letter of

Credit, country of origin, place of shipment / air freightrnent etc.

13.13 Local agents quoting on behalf of their foreign suppliers must attach authority letter in their favour.

13.14 Successful tenderers will have to furnish performance Bank Guarantee for 10% contract value from any Nationalized Bank valid for the warranty period.SUBJECT TO MAXIMUM OF 2 LAKCS PER

DERARTMENT

13.15 The rates quoted for the Stores Equipments, under the reference, by the supplier shall in no event exceed the lowest price at which the suppliers of the Stores / Equipments of identical description are made to any other person / organization / institution during the period and should attach an undertaking.

13.16 Equipment should be brand new & of latest technology along with digital technique wherever applicable.

13.17 The the purchaser reserves the right to increase the accessories and their numbers, payment will be made only for ordered accessories. Bidder shall enclose undertaking from the company providing the equipments that it will undertake to provided warranty/ /CMC for the required period of time.

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14. Payment

14.1 The method and conditions of payment to be made to the Supplier under the contract shall be specified in the SCC.

14.2 The Supplier's request(s) for payment shall be made to the Purchaser in writing accompanied by an invoice describing, as appropriate, the Goods delivered and the service performed, and by documents, submitted pursuant to GCC Clause 10, and upon fulfillment of other obligations

.stipulated in the contract.

14.3 Payments shall be made by the Purchaser after submission of the claim by the Supplier. All sincere efforts will be made for payment of due amount which has been submitted to the purchaser within

30 days unless the situation being out of control of the purchaser. Performa invoice should also be submitted.

14.4 Payment shall be made in Indian Rupees.

14.5 The payment of the claim / bill will be made after deduction of VAT as per rules of M.P.

Commercial Tax Act Section 34 and other taxes from the bill.

14.6 No payment shall be made for rejected Stores. Rejected items must be removed by the supplier within two weeks of the date of rejection at their own cost and replace immediately. In case these are not removed these will be auctioned at the risk and responsibility of the suppliers without any notice.

14.7 Supply of equipments means - installation and commissioning and also test running at site. No separate charges will be paid separately on this account.

14.8 Payment will be made after installation, commissioning and successful test running at the site, due verification and subsequent satisfactory report of the user department.

15. Prices

15.1 Prices charged by the Supplier for Goods delivered and Services performed under the Contract shall not vary from the prices quoted by the Supplier in its bid.

15.2 Recurring expenditure of the machine / equipment should be mentioned.

16. Change orders

16.1 The The purchaser may at any time, by written order given to the Supplier pursuant to GCC Clause

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16. 1. the method of shipping or packing, installation;

2. Any other terms & conditions in public interest.

16.2 If any such change causes an increase or decrease in the cost of, or the time required, for the

Supplier's performance of any provision under the Contract, and equitable adjustment shall be made in the Contract Price or delivery schedule or both and the Contract shall accordingly be amended.

Any claims by the Supplier for adjustment under this clause must be asserted within fifteen (15) days from the date of the Supplier's receipt of the Purchaser's change order.

16.3 The Purchase Orders on approved rates will be placed by the Purchaser.

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17. Contract Amendments.

17.1 Subject to GCC Clause 16, no variation in or modification of the terms of the Contract shall be made except by written amendment signed by both the parties.

18. Assignment

18.1 The Supplier shall not assign, in whole or in part, its obligations to perform under the Contract, except with the Purchaser's prior written consent.

19. Delays in the Supplier's Performance

19.1 Delivery of the Goods and performance of the Services shall be made by the Supplier III accordance with the time schedule specified by the Purchaser in the Supply order.

19.2 If at any time during performance of the Contract, the Supplier should encounter conditions impeding timely delivery of the Goods and performance of the Service, the Supplier shall promptly notify the Purchaser in writing of the fact of the delay, its likely duration and its cause(s). As soon as practicable after receipt of the Supplier's notice the Purchaser shall evaluate the situation and may at its discretion extend the supplier's time for performance.

19.3 Except as provided under GCC Clause 22, a delay by the Supplier in the performance of its delivery obligations shall render the Supplier liable to the imposition of liquidated damages pursuant to

GCC Clause 20, unless an extension of time is agreed upon pursuant to GCC Clause 19.2 without the application of liquidated damages.

20. Liquidated Damages

20.1 Subject to GCC Clause 22, if the Supplier fails to deliver any or all the Goods or to perform the services within the period(s) specified in the supply order, the Purchaser shall, without prejudice to its other remedies under the Contract, deduct from the Contract Price, as liquidated damages, a sum equivalent to the percentage specified in SCC of the delivered price of the delayed goods or unperformed services for each week or part thereof of delay until actual delivery or performance, up to a maximum deduction of percentage specified in SCe. Once the maximum is reached, the

Purchaser may consider termination of the Contract pursuant to GCC Clause 21.

21. Termination for Default

Contract may be terminated by the Rate Contract Authority if:

21.1 If the supplier fails to execute the supply within the stipulated time, the Purchaser is at liberty to make alternative purchase, in the event of making ALTERNATIVE PURCHASE, the supplier will be imposed penalty apart from the forfeiture of Performance Guarantee. The excess expenditure over and above contracted prices incurred by the Purchaser in making such purchases from any

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other sources or in the open market or from any other supplier who has quoted higher rates and other losses sustained in the process, shall be recovered from the Performance Security or from any other money due and become due to the Supplier and in the event of such amount being insufficient, the balance will be recovered personally from the Supplier. The penalty would be as under:

1. First extension 22nd day thereof from the date of issue of supply order - 3% of supplied ordered item.

2. Second & maximum extension for an additional 21 days from the date of issue of supply order - 5% of supplied ordered item. .

21.2 The order may be cancelled after expiry of delivery period as mentioned in the supply order and the supplier shall also suffer forfeiture of the Performance Security and shall invite other penal action like blacklisting / disqualification from participating in present and future tenders.

21.3 The purchaser will be at liberty to terminate by assigning justifiable reason thereof the contract either wholly or in part on one month notice. The Supplier will not be entitled for any compensation whatsoever in respect of such termination.

21.4 If the Supplier, in the judgment of the The purchaser has engaged in corrupt or fraudulent practices in competing for or in executing the contract.

F or the purpose of this Clause.

"Corrupt practice" means offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of anything of value to influence the action of a public official in the procurement process or in contract execution.

"Fraudulent practice" means a mis-presentation / hiding of facts in order to influence a procurement process or the execution of a contract to the detriment of the other bidders, and includes collusive practice among Bidders (prior to or after bid submission) designed to establish bid prices at artificial noncompetitive levels and to deprive the other bidders of the benefits of free and open competition.

21.5 For infringement of the stipulations of the contract or for other justifiable reasons, the contract may be terminated by the The purchaser, and the supplier shall be liable for all losses sustained by the

The purchaser, in consequence of the termination which may be recovered personally from the supplier or from his properties, as per rules.

21.6 Non performance of any of the contract provisions will disqualify a firm to participate in the tender for the next five years.

21.7 In all the above conditions, the decision of the. The purchaser shall be final and binding.

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22. Force Majeure

22.1 . Not with standing the provision of GCC Clause 19, 20, 21, the Supplier shall not be liable for forfeiture of its performance security, liquidated damages, penalty or termination for default, if and to the extent that, its delay in performance or other failure to perform its obligations under the

Contract is the result of an event of Force Majeure.

22.2 For purpose of this Clause, "Force Majeure" means an event beyond the control of the Supplier and not involving the Supplier's fault or negligence and not foreseeable. Such events may include, but are not limited to, acts of the The purchaser either in its sovereign or contractual capacity, wars or revolution, fires, floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions and freight embargoes.

22.3 If a Force Majeure situation arises, the Supplier shall promptly notify the The purchaser in writing with adequate proof of such conditions and the cause thereof. Unless otherwise directed by the The purchaser in writing the Supplier continue to perform its obligations under the Contract as far as it is reasonably practical, and shall seek all reasonable alternative means for performance not prevented by Force Majeure event.

23. Termination for insolvency

23.1 The The purchaser may at any time terminate the contract by giving written notice to the Supplier, if the, Supplier becomes bankrupt or otherwise insolvent. In this event, termination will be without compensation to the Supplier, provided that such termination will not prejudice or affect any right of action or remedy which has accrued or will accrue thereafter to the The purchaser.

24. Termination for Convenience

24.1 The The purchaser, by written notice sent to the Supplier, may terminate the Contract, in whole or in part, at any time for its convenience. The notice of termination shall specify that termination is for the The purchaser's convenience, the extent to which performance of the Supplier under the contract is terminated, and the date upon which such termination become effective. .

24.2 The Goods that are complete and ready for shipment within 21 days after the Supplier's receipt of notice of termination shall be accepted by the The purchaser at the Contract terms and prices. For the remaining Goods, the The purchaser may elect: i) to have any portion completed and delivered at the Contract terms and prices; and / or ii) to cancel the remainder and pay to the Supplier an agreed amount for partially completed

Goods and for materials and parts previously procured by the Supplier.

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25. Resolution of Disputes

25.1 The purchaser and the Supplier for the rate contracts & purchaser and supplier for supply order, supply, delivery and payment and other issues shall make every effort to resolve amicably by direct informal negotiations any disagreement or dispute arising between them under or in connection with the Contract.

25.2 If, after thirty (30) days from the commencement of such informal negotiations, the The purchaser and the Supplier & purchaser and the supplier have been unable to resolve, amicably a Contract dispute, either party may require that the dispute be referred for resolution to the formal mechanisms specified in the SCC. These mechanisms may include, but are not limited to, conciliation mediated by a third party, adjudication in an agreed national or international forum, and/or international arbitration. i. Any dispute or difference in respect of which a notice of intention to commence arbitration has been given in accordance with this clause shall be finally settled by arbitration.

Arbitration may be commenced prior to or after delivery of the goods under the contract. ii. Arbitration proceedings shall be conducted in accordance with the rules of procedure specified in SCC.

25.3 Notwithstanding any reference to arbitration herein the parties shall continue to perform their respective obligations under the contract unless they otherwise agree.

26. Limitation of Liability

26.1 Except in cases of criminal negligence or willful misconduct, and in the case of infringement pursuant to Clause 6.

I. the supplier shall not be liable to the The purchaser, whether in contract, tort, or otherwise, for any indirect or consequential clause or damage, loss of use, loss of production or loss of profits or interest costs, provided that this exclusion shall not apply to any obligation of the suppliers to pay liquidated damages to the The purchaser, and ii the aggregate liability of the supplier to the The purchaser, whether under the contract, in tort or otherwise, shall not exceed the total ordered price, provided that this limitations shall not apply to the cost of replacing sub-standard/defective goods.

27. Governing Language

27.1 The contract shall be Written in English language. Subject to GCC Clause 28, English language version of the Contract shall govern its interpretation. All correspondence and other documents pertaining to the Contract which are exchanged by the parties shall be written in the same language.

28. Applicable Law

28.1 The Contract shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of the Union of India.

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29. Notices

29.1 Any notices given by one party to the other, pursuant to this Contract, shall be sent to other party in writing, confirmed in writing to the other Party's address specified in SCe.

29.2 A notice shall be effective when delivered or on the notice's effective date, whichever is later.

30. Taxes and Duties

30.1 In case of any enhancement in Excise Duty due to notification of the Government after the date of submission of tenders and during the tender period, the quantum of additional excise duty so levied will be paid extra, if the rates of excise duty prevailing at the time of tender, has been shown extra and actually paid by the supplier. For claiming the additional cost on account of the increase in Excise Duty, the supplier should produce a letter from the concerned Excise authorities for having paid additional Excise Duty on the goods supplied to Purchaser and also must claim the same in the invoice separately.

30.2 Suppliers shall be entirely responsible for all taxes, duties license fees, octroi, road permits, etc. incurred until delivery of the contracted Goods to the Purchaser. However, Sales tax VAT (not surcharge in lieu of Sales Tax/V AT) in respect of the transaction between the Purchaser and the Supplier shall be payable extra, if so stipulated in the supply order.

31. Fall Clause

31.1 . Prices charged for supplies under Rate Contract by the supplier should in no event exceed the lowest prices at which he offers to sell or sells the stores of identical description to any other State Government / DGS &

D/ Public Undertaking during the period of the contract.

31.2 If at any time during the period of contract, the price of tendered items is reduced or brought down by any law or Act of the Central of State government, the supplier shall be bound to inform The purchaser immediately about such reduction in the contracted prices, in case the supplier fails to notify or fails to agree for such reduction of rates, The purchaser will revise the rates on lower side. If there is a price increase for any product after quoting the rates, the bidder will have to supply the item as per quoted rates.

This office will not accept any higher rates after wards.

31.3 If at any time during the period of contract, the supplier quotes the sale price of such Equipments or sells such Equipments to any other State Govt. / DGS&D and Public Undertakings at a price lower than the price chargeable under the rate contract he shall forthwith notify such reduction to The purchaser and the prices payable under the rate contract for the Equipments supplied from the date of coming into force of such price stands correspondingly reduced as per above stipulation however reduction shall not apply to :-

(a) Export by the supplier

(b) For all contracts entered into prior to the date of the tender or for any backlog of pending orders.

31.4 Within six months of the commencement of the rate contract and at the rate contract period a certificate in the following forms will have to be submitted by the supplier :-

I/We certify that the stores of description identical to the store supplied to the Govt. of M.P. under the contract herein have not been sold by me/us to any other State Govt. / Central Govt. / DGS & D / Public

Undertaking during the period of the rate contract of Madhya Pradesh under the contract! except for the quantity of under sub-clause (a) & (b) of the clause 31.3.

32. Jurisdiction

32.1 In respect of all disputes or claims related with Rate Contracts out of or under this contract, Bhopal Court alone shall have jurisdiction to entertain the same.

32.2 In respect of all disputes or claims related with Supply, Payments and any other out of or under this contract, the concerned Court of Purchaser's place shall have jurisdiction to entertain the same.

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SECTION IV : GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT

TABLE OF CLAUSES

5.

6.

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8.

9.

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2.

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4.

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11.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

Item No.

Topic b

Definition (GCC Clause I)

Performance security (GCC Clause 7)

Inspection and tests (GCC Clause 8)

Annual / Comprehensive Maintenance Contract) & training

Packing (GCC Clause 9)

Delivery and documents (GCC Clause 10)

Insurance (GCC Clause 11)

Payments (GCC Clause 14)

Prices (GCC Clause 15)

Liquidated damages & deduction in payments (GCC Clause 20)

Resolution of disputes (GCC Clause 25)

Supplier Integrity

Supplier's Obligations

Patent right (GCC Clause 6)

Progress of supply

Bid Form

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Number

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Special Conditions of Contract

The following special conditions of contract shall supplements the general conditions of contract whenever there is a conflict, the provisions herein shall prevail, over those in the general conditions of contract the corresponding clause numbers of the general conditions is indicated in parentheses.

1. Definitions (GCC Clause 1)

GCC 1.1 (g) (a) The Purchaser is concerned Dean & Superintends of Associated Hospitals of

Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal which is also Good's Receiving Authority.

GCC 1.1 (i) (b) The Supplier is the individual or firm supplying the Goods and Services under this Contract.

GCC 1.1 (h) (c) The Purchaser Country is India.

GCC 1.1 (1) (d) The project site is as per supply order.

2. Performance security (GCC Clause 7)

2.1 The supplier shall be required to pay 10% performance security of the order value or maximum Rs.

15 lac which ever is less. The performance security should be paid upfront in respect of each supply order or before the due date fixed by the Purchaser, valid up to the end of guarantee / warranty period for performance obligations including warranty obligations.

2.2 Substitute clause 7.4 of the GCC by the following.

The performance security will be discharged by the Purchaser and returned to the supplier not later than 90 days following the date of completion of the supplier's satisfactory performance obligations including the warranty obligations under the contract.

2.3 Add as clause 7.5 to the GCC the following:-

In the event of any contract amendment, the supplier shall, within 07 days of receipt of such amendment furnish the amendment to the performance security, rendering the same valid for the duration of the contract as amended for further period of 60 days thereafter.

3. Inspection and tests (GCC Clause 8)

If purchaser wishes:

A. The inspections shall be carried out by the appointed Technical Committee or Inspection Agency at the premises of the suppliers / go down or stores of the supplier / at point of delivery / installation.

Inspection and testing charges for the above purpose shall be borne by the supplier.

B. Inspection note will be issued by the inspection committee verifying the specification, performance, details of accessories supplied with the machine, test certificate issued by the respective authority etc. as decided by the purchasing committee.

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C. The machine will be dispatched only after the inspection procedure has been followed and inspection note issued to accept the consignment.

D. The consignee may also draw the sample, at random, from the consignment within 45 days of their receipts, and get them re-tested to satisfy whether the lots conform to the laid down specification. In the event of the sample failing to conform to specification, the consignee shall reject the batch of supply and inform the supplier for arranging replacement of the rejected batches at his own cost.

E. When the inspection conducted on the premises of the supplier, all reasonable facilities and assistance including access to drawing and production data shall be furnished to the inspectors at no charge to the Purchaser.

F. In the event of the sample of EQUIPMENTS failing quality test and found to be not as per specification the Purchaser is at liberty to make alternative purchase of the items, of

EQUIPMENTS for which the supply orders have been placed, from any other sources or in the open market or from any other suppliers who might have quoted higher rate at Bid and the cost of the supplier and in such cases the Purchaser has every right to recover the excess cost from supplier's performance security.

G. If any items of equipments supplied by the supplier have been partially or wholly used or consumed after supply and are subsequently found to be in bad order, unsound, inferior in quality or description or otherwise faulty or unfit for consumption and if payment had already been made to him then the contract price or prices of such articles or things will be recovered from the supplier,.

The supplier will not be entitled to any payment, whatsoever, for items of equipments found to be

NOT OF STANDARD QUALITY whether consumed or not and the purchaser is entitled to deduct the cost of such equipments from any amount payable to the supplier. On the basis of nature of failure, the product / supplier will be moved for black listing.

H. For equipments labelled as NOT OF STANDARD QUALITY, the concerned administration will be informed for initiating necessary action against the supplier and that product shall be banned / black listed and no further supplies will be accepted from him till he is legally discharged. The supplier shall also not be eligible to participate in tenders for supply of such equipments for a period of five subsequent years.

4. / Comprehensive (include free labour, repair, other services & spare parts) Maintenance

Contract (CMC) & Training

4.1 Comprehensive (include free lab our, repair, other services & spare parts) Maintenance Contract for the next seven years after the expiry of three years warranty period in Annexure-XII.

4.2 The bidder shall provide operational training to Technician staff / operator for minimum of 3 days by the expert or as instructed at the time of agreement.

4.3 The bidder should take guarantee of the availability of all spare parts for a minimum period of 10 years from the date of installation.

4.4 Genuine equipments and instruments etc. should be supplied. Tenderers should indicate the source of supply i.e. name and address of the manufacturers from whom the items are to be imported.

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5. Packing (GCC Clause 9)

Add as clause 9.3 of the GCC of the following:-

Packing Instructions: The Supplier will be required to make separate packages for each Consignee.

Each package will be marked on three sides with proper paint/indelible ink, the following:

(i) Project (ii) Contract No. (iii) Country of Origin of Goods (iv) Supplier's Name; and (v) Packing list reference number.

5.1 Packing should be able to prevent damage or deterioration during transit.

5.2 In the event of items of equipments supplied found to be not as per specifications in respect of their packing, the Purchaser is at liberty to make alternative purchase of the items of equipments for which the supply orders have been placed from any other sources or in the open market or from any other bidder who might have quoted higher rates at the risk and the cost of the supplier and in such cases the Purchaser has every right to recover the cost and imposes penalty as mentioned in GCC clause 21.1.

6. Delivery and documents (GCC Clause 10)

Upon delivery of the goods, the supplier shall submit the following documents to the Purchaser.

(i) Three copies of the supplier invoice showing Goods description, quantity, unit price, and total amount.

(ii) Acknowledgement of receipt of goods from the consignee(s).

(iii) Installation certificate signed by respective consignee.

(iv) Manufacturer's / supplier's warranty certificate.

(v) Inspection certificate issued by the nominated inspection agency, and the Supplier's factory inspection report; and

(vi) Certificate of origin.

(vii) Photocopy of all test report of all equipments etc. should be submitted with every delivery challan.

7. Insurance (GCC Clause 11)

For delivery of goods at site, the insurance shall be obtained by the supplier in an amount equal to the value of the goods from final destinations as specified in the supply order of "All Risks" basis including war Risks and strike.

Should any loss or damage occurs, the supplier shall:

(a) Initiate and pursue claim till settlement, and

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(b) Promptly make arrangement for replacement of any damaged items irrespective of settlement of claim by the underwriters.

8. Payments (GCC Clause 14)

Payment for goods and services shall be made in Indian Rupees as follows:-

8.1 No advance payments towards cost of equipments etc. will be made to the supplier.

8.2 All payments shall be made by way of crossed cheques drawn in favour of the supplier.

8.3 All bills / invoices should be raised in triplicate in the name of Concerning Purchaser.

8.4 Payment will be made after completion of supply of goods / service as per supply order, installation, commissioning and successful test running at the site, due verification and subsequent satisfactory report of the user department. Payments shall be made by the Purchaser after submission of the claim by the Supplier. All sincere efforts will be made for payment of due amount which has been submitted to the purchaser within 30 days unless the situation being out of control of / unforeseen for the purchaser. Proforma invoice should also be submitted.

8.5 FALL CLAUSE: if , at any time, during the said period, the supplier reduce the said prices of such

Stores/ Equipment or sales such stores to any other person/organization at a price lower than the chargeable, he shall forthwith notify such reduction or sale to the PURCHASER and the price payable for the Stores supplied after the date of coming into force of such reduction or sale shall stand correspondingly reduced.

9. Prices (GCC Clause 15)

Substitute clause 15.1 of the GCC with the following:

Prices payable to the supplier as stated in the contract shall not be subject to adjustment during performance of the contract

10. Liquidated damages & deduction in payment (GCC Clause 20)

10.1 For delay:

Substitute GCC clause 20.1 by the following:

Subject to GCC clause 20, if the supplier fails to deliver any or all the goods or perform the

,services within the time period(s) specified in the contract. The Purchaser shall, without prejudice to its other remedies under the contract, deduct from the contract price as liquidated damages, as shown below of the delivered price of the delayed goods or unperformed services for each week of delay or part thereof until actual delivery or performance up to maximum deduction of 5% of the delayed goods or services contract price. Once the maximum is reached, the purchaser may consider termination of the contract.

A First penalty: 22nd day from the date of issue of supply order - 3% of supply ordered item.

B. Second penalty: After additional 21 days from the date of issue of supply order - 5% of supply ordered item.

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10.2 Purchaser has every right to receive supply even after expiry of delivery period as mentioned in the supply order and in such case, liquidated damages will be levied @ 3% of the delivery price of the delayed goods or unperformed services for each week of delay or part thereof until actual delivery or performance.

10.3 Supply in damaged condition shall not be accepted. In case of damage in the packing, the supply will be accepted only after levying penalty or replacement of damaged supply on the total value of supply to that particular / other designated place.

10.4 Supply must be in toto i.e. not in fraction.

11. Resolution of disputes (GCC Clause 25)

Add as GCC clauses 25A and 25.5 the following:

25.4 The dispute resolution mechanism to be applied pursuant to GCC clause 25 shall be as follows:

(a) In case of dispute or difference arising between the The purchaser / Purchaser and supplier relating to any matter arising out of or connected with this agreement, such disputes or difference shall be settled in accordance with the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996.

The Next Higher Authority shall be the Arbitrator.

25.5 The Venue of Arbitration shall be at concerned place of next higher authority of R.C.A / Purchaser.

13. Supplier Integrity

The supplier is responsible for and obliged to conduct all contracted activities in accordance with the contract using state-of-the-art methods and economic principles and exercise all means available to achieve the performance as specified in the contract.

14. Supplier's obligations

The supplier is obliged to work closely with the R.C.A. & Purchasers staff, act within its own authority and abide by directives issued by the Purchaser and implementation activities.

The supplier will abide by the job safety measures prevalent in India and will free the purchase from all demands or responsibilities arising from accidents or loss of life the cause of which is the supplier's negligence. The supplier will pay all indemnities arising from such incidents and· will not hold the Purchaser responsible or obligated.

The supplier is fully responsible for managing the activities of its personnel or sub contracted personnel and will hold itself responsible for any misdemeanors.

The Supplier will treat all data and information about the The purchaser / Purchaser, obtained in the execution of his responsibilities, in strict confidence and will not reveal such information to any other party without the prior written approval of the The purchaser / Purchaser.

15. Patent right (GCC Clause 6)

In the event of any claim asserted by a third party of infringement of copyright , patent, trademark or industrial design rights arising from the use of goods or any part thereof in the Purchaser's country, the supplier shall act expeditiously to extinguish such claim. If the supplier fails to comply and the Purchaser is required to pay compensation to a third party resulting from such infringement, the supplier shall be responsible for the compensation including all expenses court cost and lawyers fees. The Purchaser will give notice to the supplier of such claim, if it is made, without delay.

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16. Progress of Supply

Supplier : (To be filled at the time of Contract Signature)

Supplier shall regularly intimate item wise progress of supply in writing, to the Purchaser as under:

·

·

·

·

·

Quantity offered for inspection and date:

Quantity accepted / rejected by inspecting agency and date:

Quantity dispatched / delivered to consignee and date:

Quantity where incidental services have been satisfactorily completed with date:

Quantity where rectification / replacement effected / completed on receipt of any communication from consignee / Purchaser with date:

(In case of state-wise inspection, details required may also be specified).

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SECTION V

Ref. Clause No. 17.1(p) of ITB

BID FORM

This Bid Form is to be submitted against acceptance of

all terms and conditions of tender from page No. 1 to 57

(Save Paper Save Environment)

To,

The Dean,

Gandhi . Medical College

Bhopal, (M.P.) i.

I/We, the undersigned, declare that:

I/We have examined the bidding documents the receipt which is hereby acknowledged. ii.. I/We have gone through all terms and conditions of the tender document before submitting the same. I/We hereby agree to all terms and conditions as stipulated in the tender document and offer to supply and deliver ........ _.. . . . ... . . iii.

. ... (Brief description of equipments) in conformity with the bidding documents in accordance with the schedule of prices attached herewith and made part of this bid.

I/We undertake, if our bid is accepted, to deliver the goods in accordance with delivery period specified in the supply iv. v. order.

I/We agree to abide by this bid for a period of 180 (One Hundred Eighty) days after the date fixed for bid opening and shall remain binding upon us and may be accepted at any time before the expiration of that date.

If our bid is accepted, we commit to obtain a performance security in accordance with GCC clause 7 & SCC clause 2 vi. for the due performance of the contract.

Until a formal contract is prepared and executed, this bid together with your written acceptance thereof and your notification of rate contract shall constitute a binding contract between us. vii. I/We undertake if at any time, it is found that any information furnished by us to the The purchaser, either in our bid or otherwise, is false, the The purchaser servers the right to terminate the contract without assigning any reasons, forfeiting the bid security or performance security and blacklisting us for a period of 5 years. viii. I/We understand that you are not bound to accept the lowest or any bid you may receive. ix. I/We hereby submit our tender for the x. xi.

I/We now enclosing herewith the E.M.D. No. dated

I/We have noted that overwritten entries shall be deleted unless duly cut & re-written and initialed. xii. Tenders are duly signed (No thumb impression should be affixed). xiii. I/We undertake to sign the contract / agreement, if required, within 15 (fifteen) days from the date of issue of the letter of acceptance, failing which our/my security money deposited may be forfeited and our/my name may be removed from the list of suppliers.

Dated this ....................... day of .................... 2011.

(Signature) .................

(in the capacity of:............................)

Duly authorized to sign for and on behalf of....................

Witness

Witness

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TABLE OF ANNEXURES

10.

11.

12.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

13.

.

Item

No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

Topic

Annexure - I (Sales Tax Clearance Certificate)

Annexure - II (Manufacture Authorization Form)

Annexure - III (Declaration / Undertaking Form)

Annexure - IV (Proforma for Performance Statement)

Annexure - V (Annual Turnover Statement)

Annexure - VI (Specification of require equipments)

Annexure - VII (Performance of Security Form)

Annexure - VIII (Contract Agreement)

Annexure - IX (Details of Manufacturing Unit)

Annexure - X (The Price Schedule)

Annexure - XI (Price Schedule for CMC)

Annexure - XII (Details of Service Centre in M.P.)

Check List

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Page No.

47

48

49

50

52

42

44

45

46

53

54

55

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ANNEXURE-I

Ref. Clause No. 17.1 (g) of ITB

FORM OF CERTIFICATE OF SALES TAX / V A T VERIFICATION TO BE PRODUCE}) BY

AN APPLICANT FROM THE CONTRACT OR OTHER PATRONAGE AT THE DISPOSAL OF

THE GOVERNMENT OF MADHYA PRADESH

(To be filled up by the applicant)

01. Name of style in which the applicant is addressed or assessable to sales tax / VAT addresses or assessment

02. a. Name and address of all companies, firms or associations or persons in which the applicant is interested in his individual or fiduciary capacity b. Places of business of the applicant (all places of business should be mentioned)

03. The Districts, blocks and division in which the applicant is assessed to sales tax / VAT (all places of business should be furnished)

04.

a.

Total contract amount or value of patronage received in the preceding three years

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12 b.

Particular of sales - Tax / VAT for the preceding three years

.

Year Total Turnover be assessed

(Rs.)

2009-10

2010-11

Total Tax

Assessed

(Rs.)

Total tax paid (Rs.)

Balance due (Rs.)

Reasons for

Balance (Rs.)

2011-12 c. If there has been no assessment in any year, whether any returns were submitted? if yes, the division in which the returns were sent? d. Whether any penal action or proceeding for the recovery of Sales tax / VAT is pending? e. The name and address of Branches, if any: f. sales tax clearance up to 31.03.2012 issued by Sales Tax Department must be compalsory

attached with this annexure.

I declare that that the above information is correct and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief

Signature of Applicant:

Address:

Date:

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ANNEXURE - II

Ref. Clause No. 17.1 (q) ITB

MANUFACTURER'S AUTHORIZATION LETTER

No...................................... Dated. ..................

To,

Dear Sir,

Tender No.:

We an established and reputable Manufacturers of having factories at _ and do hereby agree to supply confirming to the required specification and required quantity to M/s (Bidder) as offered by them to supply against the above stated Tender.

We hereby extend our full guarantee and warranty as per Clause 15 of the General Conditions of

Contract for the supply against this invitation for Bid by the above firm.

Yours faithfully,

(name) for and on behalf of M./s (Name of manufacturers)

Note: This letter should be signed by a person competent and having authority to sign on behalf of manufacturer, and should be duly Notarized.

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ANNEXURE - III

Ref. Clause No. 17.1 (T) of ITB

DECLARATION / UNDERTAKlNG

I/We/ M/s. having its Registered Office at represented by its Proprietor / Managing Partner / Managing Director and its Factory Premises at do declare that I/We have carefully read all the conditions of tender in Ref. No. for supply of equipment, floated by the Purchase

Committee, and accept all conditions of Tender.

I/We agree that the Purchaser has rights of forfeiting the Bid Security and or Performance Security

Deposit and blacklisting me/us for a period of 7 years if any information furnished by us proved to be false at the time of inspection and not complying to the tender conditions.

Signature of the Bidder

Name & Address in capital letters with Designation

To be Attested by Notary.

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ANNEXURE - IV

Ref. Clause No. 17.1(e) of ITB

PROFORMA FOR LIST OF INSTALLATIONS IN LAST THREE

YEARS OF THE MANUFACTURER'S

Name of the Manufacturer

Sl.

No.

Name of the Purchaser &

Address with phone number

1

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Name of installed machines and model

2

Date of installation

3

Quantity

4

Signature and seal of the Bidder

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2.

3.

Date :

Seal :

Annexure-V

Ref. Clause No. 13.3(I) of ITB

ANNUAL TURNOVER STATEMENT

The annual Turnover of M/s ........................................................... for the past three years are given below and certified that the statement is true and correct.

Turnover in Crore (Rs)

Sr. No.

Year Turnover in Crores (Rs.)

1.

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

Signature of Auditor /

Chartered Accountant

(Name in Capital)

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SPECIFICATIONS OF EQUIPMENTS

Annexure-VI

Ref. Clause No. 11.1 of ITB

Tender No.

Sr.

No.

1.

2.

Item

Code

Name of Item /

Equipment

Specification Compliance /

Deviations

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PERFORMANCE SECURITY FORM

(to be filled after award of contract )

To: ...................................................... ...................... (Name of Purchase)

ANNEXURE-VII

Ref. Clause No. 7.3 of GCC

Whereas................................................................ .... (Name of Supplier) hereinafter called "the supplier" has undertaken, in pursuance of Contract No. ......... dated...... 2012 to

.supply. ............................................ [description of goods and related services] hereinafter called "the

Contract" .

AND WHEREAS it has been stipulated by you in the said Contract that the Supplier shall furnish you with a Bank Guarantee by a recognized bank for the sum specified therein as security for compliance with the

Suppliers performance obligations in accordance with the Contract.

AND WHEREAS we have agreed to give the Supplier a Guarantee:

THEREFORE, WE hereby affirm that we are Guarantors and responsible to you, on behalf of the Supplier, up to a total of . (Amount of the Guarantee in Words and Figures) and we undertake to pay you, upon your first written demand declaring the Supplier to be in default under the Contract and without cavil or argument, any sum or sums within the limit of (amount of Guarantee) as aforesaid, without needing to prove or to show grounds or reasons for your demand or the sum specified therein.

This guarantee is valid until the.................................... day of....................... 2012

Signature and Seal of Guarantors

.......................................................................

.......................................................................

Date ...........................2012

Full Address of the Bank:

.................................................

.................................................

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ANNEXURE-VIII

Ref. Clause No.3l of ITB

CONTRACT AGREEMENT FORM

(Tender No. )

(to be filled after award of contract )

THIS CONTRACT AGREEMENT made the ...........................day of ........2012 between The purchaser

(Dean,Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal M.P.) (Name of The purchaser) of India (country of The purchaser) (hereinafter called "the purchaser") of one part and

M/s ..................................... (name of supplier) of ........................................ (city and country of supplier)

(hereinafter called "the supplier") of the other part :

WHEREAS the The purchaser invited bids for certain goods and ancillary services viz.

EQUIPMENTS (Brief description of goods" and services) and has accepted a bid by the supplier for the supply of those goods and services.

NOW THIS AGREEMENT WITNESSETH AS FOLLOWS:

1. In this agreement words and expression shall have the same meaning as are respectively assigned to them in the conditions of contract referred to :

2. The following documents shall constitute the contract between the The purchaser and the supplier, and each shall be read and construed as an integral part of the contract: a. This contract agreement: b. Instructions of contract: c. General conditions of contract: d. Special conditions of contract: e. Technical Specifications: f. The supplier's bid and original price schedules g. The The purchaser's notification of rate contract.

3. This contract shall prevail all other contract documents. In the event of any discrepancy or inconsistency with the contract documents, then documents shall prevail in the order listed above.

4. In consideration of the payments to be made by the Purchaser to the supplier as hereinafter mentioned, the supplier hereby covenants with the Purchaser to provide the goods and services and to remedy defects therein in conformity in all respects with the provisions of the contract.

5. The Purchaser hereby covenants to pay the supplier in consideration of the provision of the goods and services and the remedying of defects therein, the contract price or such as may become payable under the provisions of the contract at the times and in the manner prescribed by the contract.

Brief particulars of the goods and services which shall be supplied / provided by the supplier are as under:-

Sr.

No.

Item

Code

Item Description Unit F.O.R. Rate per unit (Rs.)*

* The above rates are inclusive of excise duty, transportation, insurance, inspection & testing charges and any incidental charges, but exclusive of CST/VAT.

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6. The prices shall be valid for one year from the date of agreement, unless revoked and thereafter for a further period as agreed upon mutually.

7. The supplier shall agree to deposit inspection and testing charges and service tax as per tender conditions, in advance by cash /demand draft, against the value of supply order.

8. The supplier shall agree to deposit 10% performance security, along with as mentioned at point no.

7 (above), in advance by cash / demand draft / FDR / Bank Guarantee, against the value of particular supply order for a period of 18 months.subject to maximum of 2 lacks department wise

9. The suppliers are not authorized to supply material directly to any state Govt. / Semi Govt. / any other organization on the rate lower than the rate contract.

10. The supplier shall supply the goods directly to the indentor / purchaser at the address given in the supply order.

11. The supplier shall raise bills directly in the name of indenting officer /purchaser against the supplies made directly by them to the indentor's satisfaction in compliance with the conditions contained in the supply order.

12. The supplier shall receive payment against its bill directly from the indenting department / purchasing department. In case of Non-payment for the supplies made by supplier, they will demand payment directly from the department / indentor concerned and in no case Purchase

Committee shall be responsible for the consequence for delayed payment or non-payment.

13. The supplier shall carefully read all the conditions of tender for supply of equipment, floated by the

Purchase Committee, and accept all terms and conditions in the tender document. Signing this contract means that the supplier has read all the terms and conditions and abide by it.

IN WITNESS whereof the parties here to have caused this agreement to be executed III accordance with their respective laws the day and year first above written.

That, in token of this agreement, both parties have today affixed their signature at Bhopal.

Signed, Sealed and delivered by the

Said..................................................... (For THE PURCHASER)

In the presence of:..................................................................

Signed, Sealed and Delivered by the

Said............................................................... (For the supplier)

In the presence of: ............................................................

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ANNEXURE-IX

Ref. Clause No. 13.3 (D of ITB

DETAILS OF MANUFACTURING UNIT / AUTHORIZED

DISTRIBUTORS

Name of the Tenderer & Full Address

(Whether manufacturer / authorized distributor)

PAN number

Phone Nos.

Fax No.

E-mail Address

Date of Inception

Equipments Manufacturing / Distribution License No & Date

Issued by

Valid upto

CST / VAT Registration No.

If bidder is authorized distributor then name, address, telephone, fax of authorized manufacturer.

Name & Designation of Authorized Signatory

Signature of the Authorized Signatory

The details of manufacturing unit I authorized distributor shall be for the premises where items

Quoted are actually manufactured I stoked.

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ANNEXURE- X

Ref. Clause No. 17.2 of ITB

PRICE S CHEDULE

Sr.

No.

Code Name of the

Equipment

/ Item

Name of

Manufacturer

Make

&

Model

No.

Rate per unit

(Landed

Price)

(Inclusive of excise / custom duty, transportation, insurance, and any incidental charges etc.)

Rate of

Excise /

Custom

Duty

(included in quoted rate per unit)

Rate of

CST /

VAT as applicabl e

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)

Place :

Date :

Signature

Name in Capital Letters

Designation

Note : This format of price schedule is a sample for the Bidder's Price schedule should not be submitted in Technical Bid, otherwise tender shall be rejected.

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ANNEXURE- XI

Ref. Clause No. 17.2 (VII) of ITB

PRICE SCHEDULE FOR COMPREHENSIVE (INCLUDE FREE

LABOUR, REPAIR, OTHER SERVICES & SPAE PARTS)

MAINTENNACE CONTRACT (. / C.M.C.) AFTER EXPIRY OF

WARRANTY

(RATES SHOULD BE QUOTED IN PERCENTAGE OF THE VALUE OF THE MACHINE)

Sr.

No.

(1)

Place :

Date :

Code

No.

(2)

Name of the

Equipment

(3)

For first year with spare parts and labour

(4)

For second year with spare parts and labour

(5)

For third year with spare parts and labour

(6)

For fourthyear with spare parts and labour

(7)

For fifth year with spare parts and labour

(8)

For sixth year with spare parts and labour

(9)

For seventh year with spare parts and labour

(10)

Signature

Name in Capital Letters

Designation

Note : This format of price schedule is a sample for the Bidder's Price schedule should not be submitted in Technical Bid, otherwise tender shall be rejected.

Prefer of CMC Separate perform Guarantee Three Years

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ANNEXURE- XII

Ref. Clause No. 13.3 (g) of ITB

DETAIL OF SERVICE CENTER AT BHOPAL / M.P.

S.No.

Name & Place of

Service Center

Address, Telephone, Fax

& Email

No. of Service Engineer with Name / Mobile No.

Remark

Name & designation of the authorized signatory signature of the authorised signatory

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CHECK LIST FOR ENVELOPE A (Must Be Submitted as Page-1)

Check list for Terms and Conditions (To be filled by the bidder and submitted along with E n v e l o p - A ) Page No. must be mentioned against each serial.

S.No.

1.

2.

Particulars

Check List Page One.

Covering Letter of company/ bidder

6.

7.

8.

9.

3.

4.

5.

EMD and Tender document fee.

The Bidder Should submit list of quoted item as per format given

Registration Certificate of Bidder (Such As Proprietor Ship, Partner, Article of Memo. etc )

Bidders registration under Commercial Tax Authority.

Annexure - I (Sales Tax Clearance Certificate)

Annexure-II (Manufacture Authorization Form)

Annexure - III (Declaration / Undertaking Form)

10

11

Annexure-IV Proforma for installation in last three years of the manufacturer.

Annexure - V (Annual Turnover Statement)

12

13

Annexure - IX (Details of Manufacturing Unit)

Annexure - XII (Details of Service Centre at Bhopal/M.P.)

14 The bidder should also submit national & international quality certificates like ISI/CE/C

15.

Concern / Company have not been debarred / blacklisted either by The purchaser or by

16

17.

18

Statement of good financial standing from bankers

In case of imported equipment IEC certificate of importer / bidder shall be submitted.

Yes No Enclosure

No.

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CHECK LIST FOR ENVELOPE B (TECHNICAL BID) (Must Be Submitted as Page-1)

Check list for Terms and Conditions (To be filled by the bidder and submitted along with E n v e l o p - B ) Page No. must be mentioned against each serial.

This envelop must be submitted department wise.

S.No.

Particulars

1.

Check List Submitted as page No.1

Yes No Enclosure

No.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Technical bid for the quoted equipments etc. should be signed and stamped on each page. The bidder shall submit the specification's compliance / deviation report duly filled and signed which clearly bring out the deviation from the specification if any given in Annexure-VI.

A list of user of quoted equipments by the Principal Manufacturer for last three years. Th contain the supplies related to the Govt. hospital/Medical Colleges / Public Sector und hospital and other institutions of repute. Bidder should submit details of installation i

Literature of original catalogue of the product attached for reference in two copies

Quality certificates such as CE/ US FDA product wise

CHECK LIST FOR ENVELOPE C (FINANCIAL BID) (Must Be Submitted as Page-1)

Check list for Terms and Conditions (To be filled by the bidder and submitted along with E n v e l o p - c ) Page No. must be mentioned against each serial.

This envelop must be submitted department wise.

S.No.

Particulars

1. Check List Submitted as page No.1

Yes No Enclosure

No.

1

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2.

3.

Financial bid for the quoted equipments etc. should be signed and stamped on each page (ANNEXURE-X)

CMC charges as per Annexure XI.

4. Bidder should show recurring expenditure of each equipment separately.

DEAN,

GANDHI MEDICAL COLLEGE BHOPAL

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04

05

06

07

08

S.no.

01

02

03

Name of Department

F. Medicine

Biochemistry

Surgery

Paedi. Medicine

Radiodignosis

Medicine

Radiotherapy

Anaesthesia

15

09

10

11

12

Physiology

Dermatology

Orthopaedics

ENT

13 Anatomy

14. P.S.M.

Microbiology

I N D E X

Page No.

02-09

10-23

24-39

40

41-83

84-88

89-110

111-149

140-161

162-163

164-167

168-170

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6

7

8

9

10

S.No. Name of Department

1 Burn & Plastic Surgery

2

3

Pathology

Pharmacology

4

5

Cardiology

Paediatric Surgery

CTVS

OPhthalmology

Psychitary

Dentistry

Obst & Gyane

Page No.

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DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC MEDICINE

S.No. Item Code No. Name of Equipment

Cold storage

Research Bnocular microscopes

Specification

The chamber for four Dead bodies.

Temperature between (4 to 6c)

Insulation poly urethane foam.

Roof top refrigeration unit with air cool condenser.

Electric supply 230+10 V-50 Hz

A vapour proof incadescent lamp.

Digital type temperature indicator cum controller.

Rust Proof Body.

Door stainless steel.

Stainless steel tray in single pieces two and four respectively for both unit edge and handles.

The assembly should have three pieces carriage assembly which includes frame and lower and upper carriage and should ride on wheels.

Minimum 20 installations in India and 3 in

Bhopal and should have 20 in this field.

Company should have service centre in Bhopal.

Three years warranty and after warranty two years free service contract.

• Colour corrected Infinity Optical System,

Anti-fungus.

• Microscope Stand with coaxial fine and coarse focussing mechanism.

• Coarse motion Torque adjustable, Upper stage drive stop incorporated.

• Trinocular Eyepiece Tube, Siedintorp

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Comp./Divt.

design, 30

0

inclined with

• Built in 3 megapixal microscopic Digital

Camera.

• USB 2.0 PC connection.

• Live Image resolution : 3.0 mega pixels

(2048x1536 pixels)

• Calibration slide.

• Eyepiece High Eye point 10x20 mm with dioptre adjustment.

• On both eyepieces & rubber eyecups

(pair)

• Reversed quintuple nosepiece.

• EF-N Plan Achromat Objective 4x0.10

• EF-N Plan Achromat Objective 10x0.25

• EF-N Plan Achromat Objective 40x0.65,

Spring loaded

• EF-N Plan Achromat Objective

100x1.25, spring loaded, oil

• Rectangular Mechanical Stage - 175x140 mm

• Cross travel range of 76x50 mm in x & y direction.

• With vernier scale, hard coated, right hand control.

• Abbe condender, N.A 1.25 with iris diaphragm.

• Built in Koehler illumination with

6V/30W Halogen Lamp and intense.

• Vinyl Dust Cover, Immersion oil (5 ml)

• Images plus software

• Instant image capturing, real time full screen image

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Autopsy table

• Programmed interval captures, Video capture by time settings

• Easy measurement calibration,

Measurement in microns, inches mill

• Length measurements, Ellipse rectangle,

Irregular shape measurement

• Perimeter, radius, Circumference

Measurements, Angle measurement

• Magnifier (zoom) function, Online files sending / receiving, Sound

• Automatic image amalgamation, Image adjustment effects counting.

• Data export, Report generating and print out, interactive file format.

• Compatible computer, Photo quality printer and UPS for use Microscope.

1. Table Top

- Stainless steel, Type 304, Satin Finish /

Stainless steel

- Should have dissecting area and sink.

2. Dissecting Area

- should have grid plates.

3. Sink

- Plumbing should be factory finished.

- should have hydro aspirator with reverse flow features, control valve and vacuum breaker.

- should have hot / cold water fixtures with wrist blade handles and goosneck faucets

- Should have sink rinse with hose fittings and hose hanger.

4. Table Pedestal

- Stainless steel, Type 304, Satin finish

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LED TV

- Pedestal type

5. Ventilation

- down draft ventilation system

6. Electrical Receptacles

- GFCl type 220-240 volts AC 50 Hz

7. Disposer unit

- should have soulnoid valve, vacuum breaker with off/on switch control and internal overload protector.

8. Dimensions

- length 250-260 cm

- width 75-80 cm

- height - 90-100 cm

9. Polyurethane head rest -

- must be able to support neck while dissection

10 Stainless steel centimeter scale - Must be engraved type

11. Scale support socket - must be able to hold the scale support bar steadily.

12. Scale support bar - must be able to hold the dial type weighing scale.

13. Weighing scale - dial type - must measure upto 5 kg.

14. Polyurethane dissecting board - 2 feet x

1

1/2

feet x 1/4 inch. grained trace, white

LED TV

• Remote system

• Flat panel

• Wall mountable

• Screen size 46 inch

• Dolby digital sound

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Digital Camera

• Internet TV option

• Ethernet connection

• USB Tv option

• Wifi adaptor support optional

• DVl & HDMl input

Digital SLR Cameras

Type - Single lens reflex digital camera with interchangeable lenses.

Effective pixels - 6 million (app)

CCD-25x16 mm (App)

Picture Angle equivalent in 35 MM format (App

1.5 times

Lens focal length)

View finder - Fixed eye-level mirror type

Diopter adjustment - 1.6 - +0.5 m

Eye point - 18-20 mm

Frame coverage - >90% of lens (horizontal to vertical)

Magnification -0.75

Lens aperture - instant return with preview.

Lens Servo - Auto and manual focus

Exposure metring - Three mode through the lens exposure metering.

Matrix - 3D color matrix metering

Range - 0.2EV (3D color matrix)

Center weighed - 75% in center of frame

Shutter - Mechanical and CCD electronic.

Sensitivity - 200-1600 (ISO equivalent)

Self timer - Electronically controlled timer with

2-20s duration

Card - 1 GB

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CD/DVD Player

Weighing machine for human dead bodies

Video output - Selective

Weight - App -500-600 GMS

Power sources - Rechargeable battery with charger 7.4 VDC with separate adapter

Dimension - 6"x4.5"x3" (App)

Tripod socket - 0.25" (ISO)

Monitor - 2.0" Polysilicon TFT LCD with brightness

Adjustment

Flash - SB800DX

Zoom lens - 17-80

OPETATING ENVIORNMENT - ROOM

TEMPERATURE IN ALL SEASONS

5.1 Ch. Digital out DIVX, progressive scan, multi format playability, remote with battery

5.1 Surround speakers

Made up of premium quality materials

- Provide accurate weight information.

- Complete SS platform for easy cleaning and anti staining.

- Platform size 2100 mm x 600 mm approx.

- To weigh a maximum of 200 kg. accuracy 20 gms.

- TARE function provided.

- Imported load cells for enduring performance.

- Digital display

- Imported load cells for enduring performance.

- Provide hygienic and efficient weighing.

- Stainless steel 304 grade construction.

- Available in varied specifications.

- Rechargeable battery back up pack provided for usage in power failure.

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Anthropological instrument seat

Anthrop meter type Anthropometer made measurement of of aluminium, GPM for location of all length. Range -

0.2.100 mm sliding caliper with height measure whole body. sliding caliper with

250/0-140 mm vernier (1/10 mm) aluminium

Condyle caliper

Co-ordinate calliper made of vernier range 0- minimum calibration

1/10 mm made of

Condyle caliper

Range - 0-140 mm nickel plated.

Co-ordinate calliper

Spreading calliper with

Spreading caliper with rounded ends range 20-200 mm aluminium

Sliding calliper with pointed ends

Range 0-600 mm, made of brass

Sliding caliper with rounded ends range 0-

600 mm made of brass.

Harpenden skin fold Harpendens skin fold calliper.

Caliper

Orbitometer

Goniometer

Range of upto 80 mm.

Orbitometer

Made - aluminium

Goniometer (molisons

Mandibulometer type)

Range 0 - 180 degree

Mandibulometer made of metal

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Interactive teaching board with LCD Projector

Baby weighing

Digital professional scale 150 kg

Stadio meter telescopic

Range - 0

Baby weighing scale digital

Range upto 150 kg

Minimum calibration

100 grams

Digital professional scale range upto

Minimum calibration

100 gms.

Stadiometeric telescope

Range 10-70"

Minimum 1/8"

Infant head measuring Infant head measuring type

Range 6-22" minimum 1mm. baby infantometer upto 3'

Made upto P.V.C.

Interactive teaching board - 64 inches screen,

Electromagnetic technology

Wireless electromagnetic sensitive pen touch system

Aspect ratio 4:3

Resolution - 13850*9760 pixels

Cursor speed - 120 dots / sec

Operation system - windows 2000/XP/Vista/7

Accessories - wireless pen, wall mounting parts,

USB extended cables, stand eraser

LCD Projector - LUN no SME1123366

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DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY

S.No. Item Code No.

1

2

Name of Equipment

Automated High Speed electrophoresis apparatus

Fully automated ELISA with

With power pack

Specification

• Integrated Robotic sample processor built in incubator elisa reader and automatic washer with complete modular system.

• Should have an open system for different make kits and manual over ride.

• Predilution facility should be present.

• Upto 256 samples can be assayed more than one type of ELISA at same time.

• Parallel samples pipetting should be present.

• Bar code reading facility for tubes should be preferable.

• 6 litres with a range of 340-750 mm are required.

• 12 measurement and 1 ref. channel.

• 16 way manifold washing with 4 wash channels should be provided.

• Volume of wash liquid dispensed variable and adjustable.

• Residual volume / well should be <2ul.

• User friendly software with option for manual intervention.

• Tem. range room to 45 C+1 C.

• 4 plate incubator.

• Liquid detection should be present.

• Clot dettection should be present.

• Color monitoring check should be

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Comp./Divt.

provided.

• There should be no carry over of sample.

• Password protection to prevent unauthoried person access to software.

• CVT 0.5 KVA

• Printer to provide printed reports of testes.

• Teflon coated stainless steel tip.

• Inbuilt quality control.

• Patient name, ID keyboard entry & individual report printouts in present format.

• File search by name ID no date Reg. no etc.

• Training of laboratory staff for the purchased equipment.

• Three years warranty 5 year comprehensed AMC should be available with service centres in close proximity.

• Availability of spares/ disposables for at least 10 years.

• All consumables required for installation and standardization of system to be given free cost.

• List of users and satisfactory report of quoted model from reputed institute

Government institute / Hospital.

• Should have all the accessories required for the functioning of the equipment.

• ISI mark or other equivalent quality certification.

• All electrical peripherals required for

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3. Poly Acrylamide Gel Electro phoresis Equipment smooth functioning e.g. voltage stabilizer and UPS should be provided with the equipment.

• There should be provision for demonstration before final approval of equipment.

(Page electrophoresis system)

Vertical and horizontal with universal power pack)

Horizontal unit :

Dimension - Gel plate size : 10.1x7.3 cm

Gel size 8.3x7.3 cm

Number of gels 1-4

Buffer tank Main unit with single molding casted with safety lid

Tank volume Upper volume : 160 ml for 2 gels set

Lower volume : 550 ml for 2 gels set

Casting units Casting stand casting frames

Combs Combs of variable size

Spacers

Electrodes

Spacer of varaible thickness

It must have fixed & adjustable platinum electrodes

Power cables Should provide suitable

Typical run time

Vertical unit power cables

45-50 min (at 200 V constant)

Dimension - Gel plate size : 20x22.3 cm

Spacer plate : 10.1x8.2 cm

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-18.3 x 20 cm

Gel size 18.3x20 cm

Get plate size- Inner plate width : 20 cm

Inner plate width : 20 cm

Outer plate width : 20 cm

Outer plate width : 23 cm

Number of gels 1-4

Buffer tank Main unit with single molding casted with safety lid

Tank volume Upper volume : 350 ml for

2 gels set

Lower volume : 1200 ml for 2 gels set

Casting units Leak proof casting stand

Combs

Spacers casting frames.

Combs of variable size

Electrodes

Spacer of varaible thickness

It must have fixed & adjustable platinum electrodes

Power cables Should provide suitable power cables

Typical run 5h time

Cooling Syst should include central cooling core that can reduce running time to 3.5

Accessories h

Flexing hubble, clamps, alignment card system should be useful to run in

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Power

Supply

2D electrophoresis setup

Should be compatible for both submarine agarose and vertical acrylamide gel electrophoresis

Output range 10-500 V easily programmable and

Volts adjustable with 1 V steps

There should be uninterrupted constant voltage or current output

Output terminals

Input protection

Volt hour control

Current with automatic crossover

Atleast 4 pair recessed banana jacks floating in parallel

Fuse on both hot and neutral

99.000 V-h

Power

Timer

0.01-2.5 A adjustable with

1 A steps

1.500 W

1.999 min fully adjustable

There must recovery after power failure

Programmable It should be atleast 10 methods with real time

Methods Clock upto 10 steps each

Safety feature There should be no load detection system.

Sudden load change

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4. High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) detection

Over load/short circuit detection

Over voltage protection

Ground lead dection

Arc detection

System should be provided long with a suitable (prefereably) APC make UPS with a minimum capacity of 1 hour back up with a 3 years onsite warranty.

Warranty : Minimum five year free warranty

(or two years warranty and three years comprehensive AMC) including free placement and free repairs, without any charges whatsoever within warranty period to be pledged by the dealers suppliers Agents etc.

I. Quarternary pump for semiprep work

• Operating pressure - upto 6000 psi

• Flow accuracy - <2%

• Flow precision - +0.1% RSD

• Flow rate - 0.01-40.00 ml / min

• No of eluents - 4

• Auto stat programming - Capability for auto stat & multi method programming storage of upto 1 complet method parameter tables with external events.

• Composition range - 0-100%

• Composition accuracy - +0.5%

(independent of back pressure)

• Flow extendable to 45.00 ml/min

II Sample injection system with dual injector

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option for analytica and semi prep analysis - For analytical injector

III Degasser (optional) - In line

Flow rate analytical - 0.2-5.0 ml / min

Semi prep. analysis - 20-40 ml/min

IV. Detectors a) UV - VIS Detector

• Wavelength range

Complete UV-VIS range

• Light source

Demerin and / or

• Noise tungsten

+0.35x10

-5

all dry

• Drifit cell 254

2x10

-4

AU hr.

• Linearity

<5% at 2.5 AU

• Band width

5 nm

• Flow cell

10ul

• Accuracy

+1nm

• Reproducibility

-0.1 nm

The detector should be have lamp optimization software b) Fluorescence detector.

• Wavelength range

200-900 nm

• Light source

Xenon lamp

• Cell volume ul

• Sean function

• Band with

20 mm

• Sensitivity S/N

Raman pack of

800 nm water c) Refractive index detector

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5. Chromatography (exchange) instrument

• Refractive index range

• C-18

1-1.75 R/U

• Flow rate

0.2-0-3 ml / min

• Drift

• Temperature control

1.5x10-9 RIU

Internal oven 30

55

0

C

0

C to

V. Column oven model - temperature range ambient +4C to 60

0

C

VI. Columns

250 x 4.6 mm

• C-9

• C-18

250 x 4.6 mm

250 x 20 mm

• Pre column derivation

250 x 20 mm

• Bio suit

4.6 x250 mm

• Protein pak

VII. Fraction collector

7.8mm x 300 mm

• Flow rate upto 150 ml/min

• And accessories

VIII. Software computer system

• Single point control of the entire HPLC

• Customizable data reports online help wizards

• Report publisher.

IX. Coloured laser printer.

X. Water purification system (from tap water to ultra water for HPLC)

XI. Laboratory establishment.

Technical specifications

Ion exchange type

Capta Q Impes Quaterney a

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Fluid

Average particle size (d50)

Matrix

Total ionic capacity

Capto Q hrpRes

Cap Sp

Binding capacity

Capto Q Impsres

Capto Sp Res pH Stability

Capto Q ImpRes minimum strong anion

Sulfonate group, strong cation

Approx 400 cm/h( <4 bar or 04 mpa) or approx 800 cm/l (<3 bar or .03 Mpa) in a packed bed in a 1 m diameter column with 20 cm bed height at 20C using process buffer with same viscosity as water.

36-44 um

High flow agarose

.015-0.18mnol (Ci) ml medium

0.13-0.16 mmol ml medium

Capto SP ImpRes

Chemical stability

-2-14 (short term) 2-

12 (long term)

-3-14 (short term) 4-

12 (long term) all commonly used aqueous buffers 1 M

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sodium hydroxide

8M urea 6 M guanide hydrochloride. 30% insopropanol and

70% ethanol.

Working temperature 4

0

C to 30

0

C

Storage

Capto Q ImpRes

Capto SP ImpRes

20% ethanol

20% ethanol 0.2 M sodium acetate

HiTrap prepacked columns

Column volume ml and 5 ml

Column 0.7x25 cm (1ml)

Dimensions

Column hardware

1.65x25 cm (5ml)

5 bar (0.5 Mpa,

73psi)

Pressure limit

Recommended fluid 1 ml/min (1ml) 5 ml/mi (5ml)

1. d50V is the average particle size of the cumulative volume distribution.

2. Dynamic binding capacity at 10% break through measured at a residence time of 4 minutes.

(150 cm/h) in a Tricom 5/100 column with 10 cm bed height in 50 mM tris pH 80 (BSA on capta Q hmpres) 20 mM medium phosphate pH

7.2 (hysozyme) 50 mM pH (BSA on cap SP

ImpRes)

3. Short term pH interval where the medium can be subjected to cleaning or place with significant change in function long pH interval where be

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6

7

8

9

*

/

Water Deionizer operated without significant change in function.

4. No significant change in capacity and carbon content after 1 week storage in 1 M naOh at

40

0

C.

Conductivity matter with linear scale and alarm system to indicate the regeneration cycle operate on AC/DC, mixed ion exchange resin column air mixing system FRP/PVC chemical proof regeneration tank PVC value arrangements all houses in trolley mounted and chemical proof metal stand rugged construction to with stand any external accident and chemical corrosion easily portable deionised water with have the conductivity of less than 1 ms/cm and pH of 6.8 to 7 output / hrs in liter - 100 liter.

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Impedance based bipolar

RFA for endoluminal ablation. With accessories and disposables.

General

• Should be based on the principle of Radio frequency induced Thermotherapy for endovenous treatment of venous insufficiency.

• Current should be induced through bipolar applicators. Should not need any neutral electrodes.

• Should be intersitial form of therapy which can be performed under local anaesthesia.

• Tissue should be heated between 60 degree C to 100 degree C using Catheter like monitored and indicated by an acoustic signal.

• The power output of the RF generator should automatically correspond to the tissue resistance and ensure that the radio frequency is emitted as the proper rate so that thermal injuries or burns are avoided.

• Should have footswitch control.

Should be a compact unit and should be supplied with 25 units of single use applicators.

Power Unit

Output power : 1-25 Watts

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Frequency - 470kHz

Channels : 1 Bipolar

Applicator - 2 boxes of 5 pcs

• Should be flexible and ultrathin (1.8mm diameter)

• The tip should be hemispherical to avoid intravenous injuries.

• The length should be 1200 mm.

• The electrode length should be 15 mm.

Should have 3 m long cable in each applicator.

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DEPARTMENT OF PEAD. MEDICINE

S.No. Item Code No.

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Name of Equipment

Resuscitation Trolley

Portable ECG Machine

Flux meter

Double surface phototherapy unit & single surface phototherapy units

Resuscitation kit

Suction machine portable

Nebulizers

Electronic weighing scale

Specification

To hold all resuscitation equipment & medicine

12 lead ECG machine with neonatal & pediatric probes

Required for cardiac patients

Flex meter with a well designed filter which should have a transmission area of 425-475 nm spectrum range To timely mentioned the irradiance output of phototherapy unit

Combination of special blue & white fluorescent light delivering irradiance of 12-16 UW/cm

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For neonates with hyperbilirubinemia to reduce serum conc. of bilirubin & the risk of bilirubin toxicity

Ambu bags (250 & 500 ml capacity) with mask of different sizes and laryngoscopes with blades

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Multiport For Nebulization

For Anthropometric measurements

Comp./Divt.

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NAME OF DEPARTMENT:- Radio diagnosis

S.No. Item

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Equipment

Portable

Specification

System Specification for Portable colour doppler colour doppler

1. The system should be a state of the art, high end digital system with whole body applications including obstetric, gynecology pediatric, urology, pediatric and small pan and vascular application.

The system should have both adult and pediatric cardiac facilities with continuous wave doppler imaging.

2. State the total No. of installations in India

3. mention the no of model quoted installed globally

4. Pls mention the year of introduction

5. specify the no of probe connectors

6. The system should have a high resolution monitor

7. The system should have 8000 digital processing channels. Higher channels is desirable Pls mention the no of processing channels

8. The system should have windows operating system. Pls specify the operating system used in the machine

9. The system should have advanced calculation package for all mentioned application obs, gy tv, tr, small parts, doppler and cardiac (adult and pediatric)

10. The system should have the below mentioned modes- B mode, CF mode, PW mode, Power angio, M mode,

11. Transducers should have tissue harmonics imaging as standard.

12. The system should have Real time triplex imaging on all transducers.

13. The system should have trapezoidal imaging for all linear probes.

14. The system should have 3D imaging.

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15. System should have real time compounding with all probes. It should have facility for Real time compounding with color doppler mode too.

16. The system should have one touch optimization function for adjusting doppler function while doing doppler scans.

17. System should have post processing facility on Frozon mode for pulse and continuous wave doppler imaging.

18. System should have post processing facility for multiple frequency selection for fat patients at one touch of a button

19. System should have a maximum depth of 30 cm.

20. Dynamic range of 120 Db or more

21. System should have real time zoom and zoom facility on frozen image too.

22. System should have a facility for real time calculation for spectral doppler.

23. The system should have extended loop capability of upto 3 minutes or 2000 frames at acquisition rates

24. The system should have minimum 20 GB harddisk facilty for image storage.

25. System should have an integrated image management system for printing and storing image for the offline analysis

26. System should have Dicom facility to connect it to the hospital server/ Printer system should be DICOM ready.

27. The system should store real time loops in B mode and color mode.

28. The system should have direct printing facility on both thermal and color inkjet printer

29. System should have broad band high frequency transducers with multiple frequency selection option.

30. Multifrequency convex transducer of approx 2-5 Mhz for abdomen obst and gyn application

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31. Multifrequency linear transducer of approx 5-12 Mhz for small parts and vascular imaging

32. Multifrequency transducer from approx 5-9 Mhz for transvaginal and transrectal imaging

33. Convex multifrequency probe for general purpose cardiac scanning.

Digital mammography system

General description: Large field of view digital mammography system for general screening, diagnostics and interventional applications.

The system should consist of:

1. large field digital flat panel detector

2. Ergonomic examination gantry designed for mammography applications with motorized movements

3. integrated digital acquisition system with user console and flat panel monitor

4. dual track mammography X-ray tube with additional beam filters and automatic collimator

5. High frequency generator

6. Exposure control system and selectable dose modes

7. Radiation shield and a mammography image receptor grid

8. motorized compression device and compression paddles

9. FFDM based stereotaxy availability

10. Upgradable to advanced applications

11. Magnification device

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

X-Ray Generator

High frequency generator type

3.0 kw or more generator power

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kV range: 20 to 35 or more in 1 kV steps mAs range: 0 to 500 mA range: up to 100 or more

Exposure monitoring generator and tube load pre- exposure display of the exposure parameters

Displayed parameters kV, mAs, target filter, density selection Auto record of the exposure parameters for each mammogram

2. X-Ray tube

Dual focus x-ray tube preferably Mo/Rh spot sice small focal spot: 0,1 mm

Spot sice large focal spot: 0,3 mm

Rotating Anode

Anodo heat storange capacity >300 kHU

Anode heat dissipation: 40 kHU/min

Beam filters: Mo and Rh

Target/ filter combinations Mo/Mo and Mo/Rh

Target/filter combination Rh/Rh

Tube heat monitoring system / device/ program

Tube current large focal spot (25-30kV): -100 mA

Tube current small focal spot (25-30 kV): 40mA

3. Gentry assembly

Isocentric system

Motorized rotation and vertical movement

Dual speed movements

Rotation angle: -+180 to -165 degree

Distance floor to image receptor:-65 to 150 cm

Source to image receptor distance (SID) : 66 cm

Wheelchaire access

Face shield

Compression force display

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Pair of dual foot- pedals

Automatic decompression after exposure magnification stand with dedicated paddles

Magnification: 1,5

Magnification: 1,8

Motorized compression force: 0 to 200 newtons

Manual compression force: up to 270 newtons

Large paddle

Regular 19 x23 sliding paddle

Square spot sliding compression paddle

Round spot sliding compression paddle

4 Exposure control

Both manual and Auto mode (Automatic Technique selection) Should be available

Parameters controlled: kV mAs, filter

5. Automatic technique selection

Parameters: Anode track, filter, kV mAs, Virtual cell and dose should be chosen automatically

Different modes should be available for selection

6. Collimator

Beam filter: Mo and Rh

Light beam intensity (Lux)> 300

FOV can be modified manually and can also be selected automatically based on the paddle and magnification platform

7. Flat panel detector

Detector size:- 24 x30 cm

Pixel size: 100 um

DQE at OLP/mm: 60%

DQE at 5LP/mm : 29%

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Image depth>=14 bit

Operating temperature: - 15 to 35 degrees Celsius

8. Digital acquisition system

Local storage capacity:8000 images & more

Preview image: <16 seconds

LCD image monitor

High luminance LCD: up to 500 cd/m2

Image annotation

Measurement functions

Automatic dose (Skin dose and average Glandular Dose) annotation

Automatic windowing

Multi format display

Zoom and roam

Image invert

Print layout for multi format printing

Integrated CD R/W

Thickness equalization (image harmonization)

Fine view (improved conspicuity)

Integrated quality Assurance program

Repeat reject analysis

9. Connectivity

Autosend (Autopush)

Autoprint

Autodelete based on storage commitment

DICOM SEND (storage provide)

DICOM storage commitment (storage commitment user)

DICOM Worklist (Modality worklist user)

DICOM Query/ Retrieve user

DICOM Print (basic grayscale print user)

Verification service (verification provider)

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DICOM CD

10. Printer interface

Basic Grayscale print user

Validated printer list for hardcopy diagnostic

11.

Grid/ Breast support assembly

Grid ratio:5:1

Removal and installation of the grid/ breast support motorize

Low attenuation carbon fiber support

12.

Accessories included

Pair of dual foot pedals

Radiation shield with 0,3 mm Pb equivalent at 49 kV

Face shield

Large paddle- 24x31cm

19x23 cm sliding paddle

Square spot sliding compression paddle

Round spot sliding compression paddle

Remote service modem

Quality control toolkit

User manual and technical documentation

UPS for power supply

13.

Display workstation

Mammography diagnostic workstation

Two high contrast and resolution 5 MP LCD B & W monitors

Multi-modality viewer to display U/S, DX,MR,MG,NM,PET & CT

Customizable having protocols

Dedicated mammography keypad

Customizable functions buttons

Patient list management tool

User selectable auto contrast modes

On line storage capacity for > 15000 images

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Is the hard disk capacity expandable

Image retrieval time to display (4 Views) : <4 seconds

RAM: minimum 2 GB

Quadrant glass

Flip, Rotate, Invert

Annotations and graphics

Measurements

Zoom and roam

Brightness and contrast

Print screen

Contrast enhancement processing

Internal DVD-ROM drive

DICOM storage SCU/SCP

DICOM Query/ Retrieve SCU/SCP

DICOM Print Storage commitment SCU

DICOM Print (Color and B&W)

DICOM Media interchange

TCP/IP network layer

14.

FFD based stereotaxy Unit

Digital stereo tactic breast biopsy

System should be patient comfort, efficient, accurate in upright/

Recumbent position with good image quality Stereotaxy angle should be-150 and +150 automatic stop at stereotaxy angles

Tube parking position should be available up to-330 and + 330 for easy access to the breast biopsy procedure Biopsy window should be 50x40 mm or more

Positioning at any angle +/-90 deg should be available

Decubitus Biopsy table for patient positioning during srereotaxy procedure

15.

CAD Solutions-CAD solution should be FDA approved.

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4D doppler colour

16.

Optional

System should be upgradable to tomosynthesis

System should be available / upgradable to contrast enhanced mammography

System Specification for 4D colour doppler

1. The system should be a state of the art, high end digital system with whole body applications including obstetric, gynecology pediatric, urology, pediatric and small pan and vascular application.

The system should have both adult and pediatric cardiac facilities with continuous wave doppler imaging.

2. State the total No. of installations in India

3. mention the no of model quoted installed globally

4. Pls mention the year of introduction

5. specify the no of probe connectors

6. The system should have a floating / adjustable key board with

Backlit alphanumeric display

7. The system should have a non interlaced high resolution monitor with tilt and swivel facility.

8. The system should have integrated recording keys for remote control storage and printing options.

9. The system should have 8000 digital processing channels. Higher channels is desirable Pls mention the no of processing channels

10. The system should have windows operating system. Pls specify the operating system used in the machine.

11. The system should have minimum 80 user defined preset per transducer, More presets is desirable

12. The system should have advanced calculation package for all mentioned application obs, gy tv, tr, small parts, doppler and cardiac (adult and pediatric)

13. The system should have the below mentioned modes- B mode, CF

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14. Transducers should have tissue harmonics imaging as standard.

15. The system should have Real time triplex imaging on all transducers.

16. The system should have panoramic View imaging.

17. The system should have trapezoidal imaging for all linear probes.

18. The system should have volume 3D and 4D imaging.

19. System should have real time compounding with all probes. It should have facility for Real time compounding with color doppler mode too.

20. The system should have one touch optimization function for adjusting doppler function while doing doppler scans.

21. System should have post processing facility on Frozon mode for pulse and continuous wave doppler imaging.

22. System should have post processing facility for multiple frequency selection for fat patients at one touch of a button

23. System should have a maximum depth of 30 cm.

24. Dynamic range of 120 Db or more

25. 4D Frame rates should be more than 20 frames/ sec

26. System should have real time zoom and zoom facility on frozen image too.

27. System should have a facility for real time calculation for spectral doppler.

28. The system should have extended loop capability of upto 3 minutes or 2000 frames at acquisition rates

29. The system should have minimum 40 GB harddisk facility for image storage.

30. System should have an integrated image management system for printing and storing image for the offline analysis

31. System should have Dicom facility to connect it to the hospital

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server/ Printer system should be DICOM ready.

32. System should have inbuilt CD/DVD drive for copying images directly on CD

33. The system should store real time loops in B mode and color mode.

34. The system should have direct printing facility on both thermal and color inkjet printer

35. System should have broad band high frequency transducers with multiple frequency selection option.

36. Multifrequency convex transducer of approx 2-5 Mhz for abdomen obst and gyn application

37. Multifrequency linear transducer of approx 5-12 Mhz for small parts and vascular imaging

38. Biopsy Needle guides with kit

39. Multifrequency volume transducer from approx 2- Mhz for obstretic and abdominal 4D imaging

40. Multifrequency volume transducer from approx 5-9 Mhz for transvaginal and transrectal 4D imaging

41. Convex multifrequency probe for general purpose cardiac scanning

42. System should have real time coronal imaging facility possible

43. system should have advanced 4d fetal echo facility both with color and power doppler imaging

44. system should have the facility for the parallel slicing of the volume in real time mode.

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NAME OF DEPARTMENT:- MEDICINE

S.No. Item Code No. Name of Equipment

BODY

PLETHYSMOGRAPH

SYSTEM WITH

DIFFUSION STUDY

Specification

1. Fully automatic computerized unit for the measurement of following parameters: o

Spirometry

& Flow Volume

Parameters. o

Maximum

Voluntary Ventilation

(MVV), o

Lung Volumes & capacities including

RV & TLC. o

Airway Resistance & conductance -

Raw (Insp. Exp. tot), SRaw, Gaw,

SGaw, o

Single Breath Diffusion Capacity of

Lungs (DLCO-He) & Intra Breath. o

Lung compliance (Static &

Dynamic), o

MIP/MEP for Reapiratory Muscle

Strength, o

Pre & Post Bronchodilator tests,

Should Meet Criteria for ATS Standards.

Automatic DTPS correction.

Should meet all International Safety

Standards.

Should have predicted equations.

2. Body Plethysmograph System with

Box (size > 900L or more) to provide sufficient space to patient, With

Visibility from all directions.

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Comp./Divt.

Fiber optic

Bronchoscope and light source

3. Intercom System to be provided for

Communication with patient while sitting inside the Box.

4. Should be supplied with PFT Software

Window XP based.

5. Manufacturer should have a local office with complete technical backup

capability (preferably)

1. field of View should be 120 degree or more

2. Depth of field should be 3-50 mm or better

3. Distal end diameter should be 5.8 mm or less

4. Insertion tube diameter should be 5.8 mm or less

5. Channel diameter should be 2.2 mm or more

6. should be light weight and easy to use

7. Working length should be 550 mm or more

8. Total length should be 800mm or better

9. UP and DOWN angulations should be

180 degree and 120 degree or better

10. Can be fully immersed in disinfectant solution and water

11. Should have autoclavable suction valve

12. Should be compatible with laser and electro-cautry.

Light Source should be compatible with 150

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Polysomnography System

For Sleep Disorders Study watt halogen bulb with sharp output.

13. Manufacturer should have a local office with complete technical backup

capability (preferably)

Polysomnography system that records and displays physiological parameters. Should have following Channels:- o EEG o ECG o Sp02 o Snoring detection o Chin and leg EMG o Pulse Rate. o Respiratory Effort, o CPAP Pressure

- Should have adjustable gain and filters.

- Should have facility of on line scoring of events during the recording

- Should have LAN interface for Data communication to PC.

-Should have automatic Sleep staging with

Manual Over-ride, Respiratory

Analysis /PLM's Analysis, Neurological events.

- Should be supplied with fully synchronized Digital Video.

- System should have option of scoring sleep and other events as per AASM

guidelines

- Manufacturer should have a local office

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Vido Bronchoscope

Suction Machine with complete technical backup

capability (preferably)

1. It should have good crisp, clear image quality.

2. Outer diameter should be 6.0mm or less.

3. Channel diameter should be 2.8mm.

4. Insertion tube length should be approx.

600mm.

5. field of view should be 120 degree or more.

6. Angulation - UP- 180 degree, down - 130 degree.

7. Minimum visible distance should be 3mm or less.

8. Should be compatible with laser and electricity

9. Manufacturer should have a local office with complete technical backup

capability (preferably)

• Should be based on diaphragm technology.

• Vacuum should be more than – 60 mmHg with flow rate of at least 8 Ltr. per minute or more.

• Should be made for continuous purpose.

• Should be operated from mains or battery mode (over 100 minutes).

• Should have optical and acoustic warming signal for battery charge.

• Jar capacity should have minimum 2 Ltrs.

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Steel Cot

(Non breakable).

• Should have provision for trolley

Steel cot drawing code NO. 2K9-E-30

Size : 1910 x 1880 x 950 x 450

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NAME OF DEPARTMENT : RADIOTHERAPY

S.No. Item

Code

No.

Name of

Equipment

Linear 1. Description of function accelerator high energy

Specification

1.1 Dual energy medical linacs utilize photons of 6 MV and less than 15 MV and electron beams up to 20 MeV to treat both benign and malignant disease.

2. Operational requirements

2.1 High energy linear accelerator complete with treatment planning system and working console is required.

3. Technical specifications

3.1 A. STANDARD EQUIPMENT

1. Photon energy : 6 MV for low energy and less then 15 MV for high energy

2. Electron energy : 6 Beam energies between 4-20 MeV.

3. RF source :Magnetron / Klystron

4. Waveguide type : Standing / Traveling wave

5. Electron gun : Sealed /unsealed

6. Treatment modes Normal - TSD/TAD

Rotation - CW/CCW

ARC-CW/CCW

Dose rate - MU/degree

7. Dose rate for photon energy : 200 MU/min and above in steps or higher dose rates for both photon beams.

8. Dose Rate for electron energy : 100-1000 MU/min in steps or higher

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dose rates.

9. Field size (Unclipped)

10. Field size (Unclipped)

For electrons : Max - 25 x 25 cm2 or more , Min - 4x 4 cm2

A method to obtain irregular field shapes shall be provided.

11. Beam Flatness (PHOTON) :

Variation of x-ray intensity relative to the central axis sizes 10x10 cm2 to

40x40 cm2 at 10 cm depth.

12. Beam flatness (electrons):

Variation of electron intensity relative to the central axis sizes 10x10 cm2 to 10x10 cm2 at 10 cm depth.

13. Focal spot size :

14. Photon Arc Therapy : Bi-directional arc therapy should be included with automatic calculation of dose per degree based on the dose rate selected and the arc angle set.

15. Beam symmetry :

The maximum percent difference of average doses shall not exceed 2% for electrons and 3% for photons.

16. Gantry rotation : a) Read out - Digital and Mechanical b) Accuracy dig readout 0.5. c) Control - Hand pendent and control console. d) Target - Axis distance - 100 + 0.2 cm e) ODI Range - 75 cm to 150 cm f) ODI Accuracy + 0.1 cm

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g) Gantry rotation iso centre 2 min diameter. sphere h) No beam stopper.

17. Collimator :

Rotation +95 about mid position

Control hand pendent and control console

Readout accuracy + 0.5

Collimator rotation iso centre 2 mm diameter sphere

Dynamic wedge / motorize wedge.

18. Asymmetric collimators x Y both asymmetrical specify travel ranges and over travel range.

19. Multi leaf collimator (MLC)No. of physical leaves 80 and above. a) Independent drives b) Leaf width as iso centre = 10 mm c) Capable of performing dynamic conformal therapy procedure interface between MLC & existing network system should be provided. d) Facility to treat patients conventionally using blocks without MLC e) Work station HW/SW- specify details f) Integration (full networking) with planning system, simulator, CT, CT simulator, MRI & RFA should be done g) IMRT delivery should be possible h) Max. leaf retracting position i) High over center travel of MLC leaves for IM"RT treatments

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j) Max field length k) Leaf height and material l) Coincidence of light and x-ray field m) Penumbra n) Transmission o) Interleaf leakage p) Leaf position accuracy q) Max. carriage speed r) Max. leaf speed s) Positional accuracy of the leaves during treatment t) Inter digitations of leaves if available u) Two Numbers of treatment parameter monitor 21" TFT to be provided

20. Treatment couch :

1. Versatile extended range couch with indexed immobilization movements.

2. Longitudinal lateral vertical and rotation

3. Electrical / mechanical control

4. Control local and /or remote

5. Opening window - Tennis racket / mylar

6. Fully carbon fiber table top for better quality portal images.

7. Minimum height from floor - app 60-65.

2.1 Treatment planning system

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1. The TPS software shall run on a very powerful graphics intensive computer system with adequate latest backup technology. The system shall have high capacity hard disk and a DVD writer.

2. Capable of performing conventional 3D-CRT, SRT,.intensity modulated radiotherapy treatment planning for coplanar and non coplanar beams and

IGRT Planning in the same system.

3. Supports, multiple dose calculation algorithms such as anisotropic analytical algorithm convolutioal and pencil beam algorithm monte carlo etc.

4. At least two calculation algorithm for photons and two for electron beam shall be quoted.

5. Virtual simulation using the software and licenses for virtual simulation feature and for controlling moving laser shall be provided.

6. DICOM ready image networking.

7. Two workstations enabling simultaneous contouring with license and additional two treatment planning work station with calculation license should be provider.

A. Beam data

1. Dosimetric data for IMRT fields must be transferred from RFA.

2. Conventional standard beam data for electrons and photons must be stored and modification of it for IMRT and conformal treatment must be done.

B. Patient anatomical data transfer :

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1. The patient data must be transferred from CT/MRI, simulator in the form of fluoroscopic image and CT/MRI via Dicom, CD and DVD's.

. Data from CT/MRI slices must be transferred via film scanner, digitizer and direct from CT/MRI scanners, simulator and RFA.

3. The system must select more than or equal to 100 images per patient and to do real time multi planer reconstructions from original CT/MRI image data sets.

4. The system must have auto contouring of external and internal organs from CT/MRI images either taken form CT/MRI film or via other mode of data transfer as mentioned above.

C. Planning :

1. Geometric planning :

System must have auto contouring of organs. After dose prescription and fractional scheme system must create geometric treatment plan with 3-D visualization and virtual simulation.

2. Dose optimization :

System should have provision to generate the treatment plans from templates that satisfy the organ dose constraints. Following steps should be taken :

1) Define dose volume constraints

2) Set optimization parameters.

3) Evaluate optimization

3. Dose calculation :

System should be able to provide dynamic / step and shoot IMRT treatment

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planning and license for Florence map to be exported on DICOMRT format. The necessary interface for transfer of treatment plans to any linear accelerator should be provided. The final dose distribution is calculated as per selected dose delivery technique.

4. Plan, Review and evaluation :

It must provide 3-D dose visualization and differential and cumulative DVH analysis tools to review the plan.

5. Plan export :

The IMRT plans can be exported directly after approval to linear accelerated for dose delivery.

D. The inverse planning system :

Should be complete in all respects and be able to perform static / dynamic

MLC plans. The system should be able to generate multiple plans for selection. The accuracy of forward dose calculation using intensity modulated beams should be less than 2%. The IMRT planning and treatment should be based on step and shoot and or sliding window MLC technique as per the user choice.

The total time for inverse planning should be less than 20 minutes.

A complete QA kit for the system must be supplied. Necessary software for linking RFA to the planning system must be supplied.

22. Oncology information system complete with networking

Record and verify system

Transfer of all parameters from simulator and treatment planning system,

Cad plan to the accelerator for automatic treatment set up and delivery should be provided.

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Transfer fluoroscopy images from simulator to portal imaging system for comparison should be provided.

23. Accessories :

1. Wedges - Stationery 150,30,450 and 60 wedge angle.

2. Front pointer - Mechanical

3.Accessory mount - shadow block tray

4. Blocks - divergent / non divergent

5. universal clamps

6. Side rails on both sides of couch for mounting accessories

7. CCTV/Camera two Nos. one wide angle and one remote control with remote zoom and focus facility.

8. In room color monitor 20" or higher.

9. Laser alignment system 4 cross laser system

10. Interface mount to be provided for the simulator to stimulate accessories like shadow block tray etc of the quoted accelerator model.

24. Dosimetry system (Photons)

Built in chambers. Two separate sealed chambers

Precision + 1% or 1 MU

Linearity+ 1% or 1 MU

Reproductively + 2% or 1 MU

Dose Rate Dependence

B. Portal imaging and dosimeters accessories

1. Portal imaging :

Should fully integrate with accelerator

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Should be able to images at any gantry angles with variable X-Y-Z movements,

Robotics arm with remote control.

Should have digital technology with high resolution 1024 x 1024 pixels or more imaging (Amorphous silicon flat panel based technology).

2. Auto field sequencing

3. Dosimetry accessories :

1. 3D Servo controlled radiation field analyzer having compact water phantom of minimum dimension 60x60x60 cms or more with reservoir build up caps. TNC connector and latest PC control system with IPS interface program.

2. Dual channel electrometer

3. Ionization chambers (Signal, Reference and Pinpoint)

4. Diode detectors (Photons, electrons and sterotactic)

5. Parallel plate chambers

6. 2D arrays of either semi conductor / ionization based dosimetry system for measurement of fluence along with computer hardware and software.

7. Solid water phantom universal tissue equivalent along with necessary and for the chamber of size 30 x 30 30 cm should be provided.

4. System configuration accessories, spares and consumables.

4.1 System as specified

4.2

4.3

All consumables required for installation and standardization of system to be given free of cost.

The chiller system shall be provided along with the

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4.4

4.5

4.5.1

4.5.2

4.5.3

4.5.4

4.5.5

4.5.6

4.5.7 machine by the principals.

A closed circuit color TV system with TV monitors and two cameras in the linac treatment room shall be supplied.

A patient calling system with 6 channels shall be supplied. Internet broad band connectivity for remote control shall be provided. A LCD projector should be supplied.

Patient immobilization accessories

Standard supine base plate

Lateral base plate

Head and neck prone baste plate

Head and neck supports A, B, C, D, E

Knee crutch and arm position with hand grip

Overhead arm postioner

Shoulder retractor

4.5.8 Universal tissue equivalent bolus 30x30x0.5 cms

8. Documentation

8.1

8.2

8.3

User /Technical / Maintenance manuals to be supplied in

English.

Certificate of calibration and inspection

List of equipments available for providing calibration and routine preventive maintenance supports as per manufacturer documentation in service / technical manual.

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CT

Simulator

8.4

8.5

List of important spare parts and accessories with their part number and costing.

Log book with instruction for daily, weekly, monthly quarterly maintenance checklist the job description of the hospital technician and company service engineer should be clearly spelt out.

8.6 Additional documents to be enclosed with quotation : a. No of similar models : India / World (enclose list of institutions) b. No. of certified engineers in India (enclose list of names) c. Remote diagnosis facility (India / Abroad) availability details

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Dedicated CT Simulator is required for Radiotherapy Department for conventional

3D CRT and IMRT planning. The CT simulator is required for most accurate simulation placement of treatment fields and marking of radiation field portals on patient skin for radiation therapy of cancer patients. It should be latest, state of the art model. The CT scanner should be a spiral, multi slice incorporating, latest technology available in the market. The simulation software should be user friendly and should ensure easy, error free and total compatibility between scanner and simulation workstation. If third party software is supplied, it will be sole responsibility of the vendor supplying the CT simulator to run the software. The system should be able to integrate the virtual simulation software, workstation to 3-

D TPS and linear accelerator of the department and this will be entirely and direct responsibility of the vendor. The equipment supplied should be typed approved by

AERB Mumbai.

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CT-Scanner Specification

A-3

Whole body spiral, multi slice (minimum 16 slices per rotation) CT with flat table and other accessories for radiotherapy treatment planning and simulation. The system should have following essential features :

A-4

Gantry :

1. Gantry aperture should be minimum 80 cm or more.

2. Gantry tilt should be at least 30 degree.

3. Scan field of view should be 50 cm or more.

4. Metal free scan able range should be at least 150 cm.

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X-Ray Generator

High frequency x-ray generator with an output of at least 50 KW or more. Please give details.

A-6

X-Ray tube i) The x-ray tube should have anode heat storage capacity of 5 MHU or more. ii) The anode peak heat dissipation rate should be 700 KHU / min or more. iii) The x-ray tube should have dual focal spot (please specify the size of each focal spot).

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Detector system

1. The detectors should be solid state, preferably rare earth material.

2. It should be free from repeated calibrations.

3. The detector system should be able to acquire at least 16 slices per rotation.

A-8

Patient Couch : a) The scanning table should be universally flat with flat table top and should be compatible with the tables of linear accelerator installed. The table should have patient positioning index system on carbon fibre table top. It should have following features : i) The table should be able to bear weight up to 180 kg or more. ii) Horizontal accuracy should be 0.50 mm or less. iii) It should be possible to move the table top from the table side and control console and hand pendent. iv) The table should have auto home facility. v) All patients positioning accessories including tilt should have control both from gantry and control console.

A-9

Control Console i) It should have 18 or more color monitor for display of 1024x1024 matrix or more. ii) All the function viz scanning, image, reconstruction, film documentation, MPR,

CT, maximum intensity projection, 3D with SSD etc should be possible from main console and workstation. iii)Image storage of 120 GB or more for at least 100000 images in 512x512 matrix

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uncompressed or better. iv) DVD facility for archiving must be available.

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CT Scanning Parameters i) The slice thickness should be users selectable from 1.0 mm to 10 mm. ii) KV range 90 to 140 KV iii) mA : 400 mA or more in increment of 10 mA. iv) Scan time for full 360 degree rotation should be 0.5 sec. or less. v) Display field of view should be 50 cm or more. vi) Intra-plan delay of 5 sec or less should be possible. vii) Retrospective reconstruction should be possible raw data files change in parameter such as FOV. viii) The following scanning mode should be possible scan gram : Axial and spiral.

It should be possible to mix spiral and axial mode. Specify how may modes can be mixed. ix) Pilot scan : The pilot scan field size should be more than 1000 mm long. The reconstruction time for pilot scan should be 3 seconds for a 512 matrix and 5 second for a matrix of large size. x) Reference scan should be possible on an arbitrary slice within the proposed treatment volume.

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Image Quality : i) Highest contrast spatial resolution :

It should be 15 lines pair per cm or better (for 50 cm FOV) maximum at 0% MTF for a slice of 1 cm thickness. Clearly specify the photon used, scan time, mA filter for image construction, scan field, dose and MTF. Phantom should be supplied.

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ii) Low contrast detectably :

The low contrast resolution for CATHPHAN should be at least 5 mm or less at

0.35% with 10 mm slice on 20 cathphan phantom. iii) Spiral parameters : Different selection of pitch should be possible from 0.5 to 3 in 0.1 increment inter scan delay in different group of spiral should not be more than 5 seconds.

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Standard Software's :

Should provide standard software including following features : i) Complete scanning and evaluation software. ii) 3-D surface shaded and 3D volume rendering. iii) Quantitative CT measurement tools should be provided. iv) 3D small volume analysis software for solitary nodules is desirable.

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Hard copy system

A dry chemistry laser camera 500 dpi or more with digital interface and control integrated with main console. the camera should print a 14"x17" film size and it should be DICOM compatible. the price should be quoted separately.

A-15

Essential Accessories :

1. Head holding position kit

2. Standard supine base plate (head and neck)

3. Lateral base plate.

4. Carbon fiber titling base plate (head and neck)

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5. Head and neck prone base plate

6. Belly board for hip and pelvis positioning and fixation

7. Hip fix

8. Breast and thorax positioning system CT compatible.

9. Overhead arm positioned

10. Breast board (carbon fiber) CT compatible. ii) Lead Glass :

200 cm x 150 cm or more with lead equivalent to meet the radiation.

MOVING LASER SYSTEM

The CT simulator should have at least three lasers. Out of which one should be mounted on the ceiling and two lasers should be mounted on side walls. The lasers should be computer control moving lasers. The simulation work station should control the moving lasers for marking the field reference points other than couch movement. Since the computerized moving laser for making the field reference point other than couch movement. Since the computerized moving laser marking system is of paramount importance the vendor has to support the claim in this regard by authenticated broachers and documents. In addition to the moving laser the CT-scanner should have conventional in built lasers for positioning the patient.

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CT SIMLUATION WORK STATION

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GENERAL

The work station should have advanced CT simulation tools for radiation therapy treatment planning include work station that can control the laser marking system.

Any CT simulation work station that can not control the laser marking system is not acceptable and liable to be rejected. The vendor should give a completed

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description about the laser marking system offered and how the CT simulation software integrates with it and TPS. All necessary calibration / quality assurance phantom / check device should also be provided, please specify. The work station should be able to provide complete volume definition and geometric beam placement for radiotherapy. It should have complete compatibility and error free networking with the CT scanner computer and TPS. The CT simulation should generate digitally reconstructed radiographs a true volumetric environment. It should be possible to overlay the beams on any DRRs or on any slice (obtained and reconstructed). It should be possible to load over 250 CT images per patient for reconstruction and simulation. a) Hardware i) Hardware specification should be mentioned clearly the system should be running on a high end work station platform of reputed bran dlsike sun micro system / H.P. workstation / Del / Silicon Graphics with at least 2 GB RAM or more. Minimum 128 bits processor with minimum of 120 GB hard disk or more. ii) The user interface should be windows based and menu driven. Display should be on a 18" or more LCD flat panel display monitor of high resolution of

1024x1024 pixel or more should be provided. iii) Mention the number of full512x512 slices real time processor can hold online. iv) A compatible 56 kb internal / external modem should be provided for remote diagnostic upgrades. v) The archiving media should be a DVD. vi) Networking with TPS-all the software with license required should be included. vii) Laser printer should be provided. viii) It should be possible to take print out on this printer from any of the TCT simulation workstation.

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b) Software i) Software should be unix /window / silicon graphics based system. ii) The software should have a volume accelerator for high speed 3D rendering at full spatial resolution. iii) On the monitor screen it should be possible to view at least 36 images or more. iv) The standard screen layout should consist of one main view port and three sub view ports for frequent usage of other images, quick manipulation of images, or for displaying reference views, while the main view port is used for high resolution display. v) Image manipulation such as changing window width and window level, hot keys activated automated study archive, deletion, screen layout changes, disk space display archiving and graphic overlays such as annotation. vii) It should possible to visualize interactive reference views in axial, coronal, sagitals, iso center image planes and in any oblique directions with overlay of beams in DRRs. viii) DRR must provide fully divergent beam's eye view of 512x512 matrix. ix) The DRR/BEV and Room eye view image should display the machine diagram to allow real time checking of machine and patient geometry. x) Facility for multi modality fusion to accept the data from other DICOM compatible and DICOM supporting modalities such as MRI / CT / SPECT / PET should be able to fuse them.

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CONTOURING i) Volume definition should be possible using volume segmentation using threshold free hand contour tracing, contour editing 3D an isotropic margin etc and any other advanced tools.

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ii) System must be able to contour in axial sagital, coronal and oblique projections. iii) It should be possible to do manual semi automated, fully automated contouring

/ segmentation in the images by defining volume of interest. iv) Mention the time taken for automated contour with a single mouse operation for

250 slices. v) The software should have facility for automated uniform or non-uniform margins. For example it should be possible to expand the clinical target volume

CTV on all three dimensions by same magnitude or by different magnitude to define the planning target volume. Any software without this automated uniform / non uniform feature will be considered as inadequate. vi) It should be possible to copy one organ to another with margin and margins on a single slice a range of slices or all slices. viii) Interpolate algorithm should be available to provide shape based interpolation i.e. after contouring only in selected slices. The algorithm should automatically interpolate the closely fitting contour in other slices. ix) Interpolated contour may be edited accepted or rejected. x) Tracking of source to skin distance should be possible. xi) Contouring and editing and extraction of wall should be possible.

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ISOCENTER MANAGEMENT i) The advance should support separate iso center for multiple target volume or general regions. ii) Marked and final iso centers should be reported and displayed in the localization package for easy confirmation of a physical simulation session. iii) Hardcopy of the isocenter coordinates should be possible for record of the

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simulation session. iv) Isocenter positioning should be automate. v) No limit on number of isocenter per target.

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VIEW AND VOLUME RENDERING CAPABILITES

1) Post processing features like volume rendering real time multi axial volume reconstruction, 3-D surface rendinger color 3D should be available. ii) It should allow completed 3D volume to be defined including complex 2D volume user selectable multi image views, became eye view room eye and DRR. iii) DICOM radiotherapy plans and data structure with import / export of data should be possible. The DICOM compliance statement should be provided. iv) Accuracy of locating any point in 3-D should be 0.1 mm or less.

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BEAM PLACEMENT & DEFINITION i) If should support extensive beam shapers (shielding blocks etc) and beam definition methods. ii) Manual or automatic beam placement tool. iii) Tools for real time checking of machine geometry. iv) Beam shaping should be possible in multiple ways like automatic shielding block definition confirmation to selected volume definitions aperture or shielding manual free hand definitions automatic collimator jaw or multiyear position definition. v) It should be possible to define this asymmetric collimator feature where both the

X and y axis of jaws are asymmetric in the CT simulation software, similarly the software should allow multi leaf collimator placement up to 40 pairs or more. Any software that can not handle 40 pairs of MLC leaves is not acceptable.

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DRR FEATURES

1) Interactive DRR calculation mode must be available ii) Automatic window width /. level selection for DRR. iii) DRR should be interactively updated when the isocenter position is modified. iv) Should be possible to highlight or suppress different density region in the DRR. vi) Macro function to save a used steps vii) Specify DRR image enhancement tools to improve DRR quality. viii) Reconstruction of DRR should be real time or in sub seconds. ix) Direct printing of DRR on laser film should be possible. x) Real time display of DRR as beam parameter changes.

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DEPTH CONTROL : i. System should support depth control mode creating a DRR from slab of 3-D mode, perpendicular to beam axis. ii) DRR must be calculated over a user defined thickness. iii) Depth control in oblique projection must be possible. iv) Should be possible to merge two DRR image on the same beam. v) Cross hair display on DRR to provide scale information.

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DATA IMPORT / EXPORT i) System should be able to export image, volume and plan data in DICOM 3.0 standard long with all Radiotherapy specific data and private objects, DICOM RT plans and data sets.

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ii) System should be able to import DICOM RT data to the linear accelerator of any vendor. iii) CT simulation system should be fully integrated with the existing TPS. The vendor should inspect and will be responsible for complete integration. iv) All import and export license should be provided.

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DOCUMENTATION AND ARCHIVING i) Should be on a color dye sublimation or alternative suitable and economic printer to be supplied along with the system and DICOM print should be possible. Abode post script print should be available. ii) Archiving should be on DVD in DICOM format.

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MEASUREMENT PACKAGE : i) The software should provide the density value (in House field unit) of a particular point on image. It should compute distance along straight lines and curved lines angle between the lines and radius of curvature for curves. ii) For a specified region of interest, ROI, the area, minimum and maximum voxel values mean and standard distribution and a density histogram should be available. iii) The software should be able to calculate the volume of a displayed 3-D object.

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IMAGE MANIPULATION i) Different kinds of image manipulation features should be available like multi planer reconstruction curved formatting. ii) 3D reconstruction with no waiting for reprocessing. iii) The vendor should provide comprehensive training by application specialist for the CT simulator at the site on installation and to the full satisfaction of the head

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department of radiotherapy. The training period should be at least for four weeks or more.

2.1 Complete installation should include :

1. Room Planning and designing and construction. Space requirements to be spelt out in advance.

5. Air conditioning and monitoring of temperature and relative humidity and air changes (To specify no. per hour) to be installed.

2.2 The unit shall be capable of being stored continuously in ambient temperature of 0-50 deg C and relative humidity of 15-90%.

2.3 The unit shall be capable of operating in ambient temperature of 20-30 deg.

C and relative humidity of less than 70%.

2.4 Shall meet IEC-60601-1-2:2001 (or equivalent BIS) General requirements of safety for electromagnetic compatibility or should comply with

89/366/EEC; EMC-directive.

3. Power supply

3.1 Should work on three phase 400-440 V/50 Hz power

3.2 Online UPS of suitable rating should be supplied for the complete system including Gantry, computer system, anesthesia delivery system, monitor and defibrillators with at least 30 minutes back up.

3.3 Reset-table over current breaker shall be fitted for protection.

4. Standards, Safety and Training

4.1 Warranty : 60 months from the date of satisfactory installation & handing over to the department. The warranty shall cover all the accessories including CT tube. Comprehensive maintenance contract for five years shall cover all the accessories including CT tube.

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4.2 Shall comply with AERB guidelines and type approved.

4.3 Should be FDA, CE, UL or BIS approved product.

5. Documentation

5.1 User / Technical / Maintenance manuals to be supplied in English.

5.2 Certificate of calibration and inspection.

5.3 List of equipments available for providing calibration and routine.

Preventive maintenance support as per manufacture documentation in service / technical manual.

5.4 List of important spare parts and accessories with their part number and costing.

5.5 Log book with instruction for daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly maintenance.

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AC input 100 to 230 V AC; +/- 15 %; 50/60 Hz.

Power consumption 100VA

Battery type Rechargeable SMF Lead Acid

Battery Capacity 12 V, 4.5 AH 7 hrs only monitoring; 100 discharges of 360 joules.

Environment Operating temperature:0 degree

Celsius to 40 degree Celsius.

DEFIBRILLATOR:

Waveform

Energy select

5 msec Monophasic pulse

- Internal

Charge Time

Charge indicator

- External 0 to 360 joules in steps

2,3,5,7,10,20,30,50,70,100,150,200,300,360.

0 to 50 joules in steps 2,3,5,7,10,20,30,50

< 5 secs to 360 joules with battery

< 15 secs to 360 joules without battery (AC mains only).

Charge ready lamp and audible tone

Charge ready lamp on apex paddle.

Available and delivered energy to be displayed on screen.

Synchronization Defibrillation synchronized to the R wave with marker indication on the ECG waveform.

Sync message display message to be displayed on the monitor screen and lamp on front panel.

Energy/ Heart Rate display on the screen.

Paddles Standard adult anterior electrodes Slide off to expose paediatric electrodes.

Retractable Cable with stretched length of atleast 3mts

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Display Monochrome LCD 5” diagonal with CCFL backlight.

Display resolution

ECG modes standard leads)

320x240 pixels.

Paddle ECG and Patient Cable ECG (I, II and III

Leads off message

CMRR

Frequency response

Sweep speed

Onscreen message with alert tone.

> 90 dB @ 50 Hz; input impendence > 2.5 mOhm.

0.5 to 35 Hz with filter.

25 mm/sec.

Display time

HR display

HR alarm

4 sec.

30 to 250 BPM; +/-2 BPM

Audiovisual user selectable alarm limits;

30 to 300 BPM.

1mV cal Signal

Patient cable length

Vertical line (variable amplitude w.r.t. Gain)

3 meters

Electrical isolation & shielding Input protected against high voltage, DF pulses and radio

Built-in Cautery filter

Printer section:

Recording type

Paper size

Paper speed

Print delay

Event Recording frequency interference.

Thermal Array recording

60mm x 30 mts; print width: 50 mm.

25mm/sec.

6 secs.

Stores and prints 3 sec. Pre and 8 secs.

Post critical event data upto 28 events.

Print annotations Time, Date, heart Rate, HR limit, Event marker, ECG parameters, Defibrillator mode, selected and delivered energy, patient impedance, peak current and hospital name.

Defib design should be with biphasic technology

Energy selection should be adjustable between 2 – 200 joules

Charge and discharge button should be available both on monitor and paddles

Charging time for maximum energy level ( 200 J) should be less than 5 sec

Charge indicator: audio and visual

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Internal discharge when unit is turned OFF or automatically after time limit

Built in test charging facility, shall be available at any energy level (2- 200 J) against

50 ohms impedance

Built in automatic external defibrillator ( AED) with voice prompt

Manual and AED operation

Display of selected energy

Built in thermal recorder

It should offer synchronized cardio version

Summary storage facility ( INTERNAL MEMORY)

Sync and async modes shall be indicated on monitor and recorder

Defibrillator should have option for pacing

Monitor

Sweep speed ; 25 MM/sec

Heart rate indicator 15 – 300 bpm

Alarm setting ; upper limit 100-250,lower limit 30-100 bpm

Hi and Lo adjustable alarm setting

Adjustable ECG size 5 levels

Monitor should have bright LCD display

Display resolution ( 320∗240 Pixels)

ECG should also be available thru paddles

Audio visual indication should be available for R wave detection

External pacing

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Pacing rate 30- 180 pulse /min +/- 1.5%

Output current 10 – 200 mA ( +/- 5mA) monophasic

Pacing mode : Demand or fixed rate

Status indicator : ECG lead fault , pace lead fault

Pulse width : 20 msec

Defibrillator shock should be delivered thru paddles as well as thru multifunction disposable electrode pads

GENERAL:

AC input- 100 to 230 V AC; +/- 15 %; 50/60 Hz.

Power consumption – 100VA

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Battery type - Rechargeable SMF Lead Acid

Battery Capacity – 12 V, 4.5 AH 7 hrs only monitoring; 100 discharges of 360 joules.

Monitor should have high-resolution active matrix SVGA TFT display.

Display should be integrated and not less than 8.4” in size.

Display resolution should be 800 x 600.

Monitor should have adult, paediatric and neonatal modes.

Monitor should have options for integrated dual channel thermal recorder.

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ECG:

- 3 leads facility.

- HR ranges 15-300 bpm.

- HR accuracy +/- 1 bpm.

- Pacemaker detection and lead off failure alarms.

- ECG should meet AAMIU standards and should comply with IEC

2) NON INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE:

- Auto, manual and stat mode of operation

- Measurement ranges 30-255 mm of Hg.

- Accuracy +/- 5 mm of Hg.

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- Measurement range 0 – 100%

- Pulse range 30 –300bpm

- Accuracy +/- 3 %

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GENERAL

- Monitor should have more than 90 hr trends for all parameters

- Trends should be available in graphical and tabular format

- Monitor should have 2 level of alarm monitoring

- Display should have intensity control for adjusting brightness

- Monitor should have in-built facility for battery back up

- BATTERY TYPE: Li-Ion and battery charge time: 4 Hrs to charge

- BATTERY RUN-TIME: More than 3.5 Hrs with 15 min NBP operation

- Monitor should have built in central station connectivity with Ethernet output

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- Monitor should be portable with carrying handle

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OFF mode to allow extending battery life. Digital battery power bar alarm display. Allows easy understanding of battery Power condition.

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ICU BED

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OPERATED

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1. It should be a Closed, easy-to-clean and corrosion-free powdercoated resp. anodized, resistant to chemicals.

2. It should have Ground clearance over the whole width and length at least 18,5 cm. Customary patient lifters comply with the bed.

3. It should have Ground clearance under the lift columns amounts 4 cm.

4. It should have Triple-telescope-columns maintenance-free and capsuled integrated.

5. It should have 2 synchronized motors (24 V low voltage) for parallel height positioning with electrical control (synchronization control) in max. 26 seconds.

6. It should have Trendelenburg 12°/reverse-Trendelenburg 14° electrically adjustable by the nurse control.

7. It should have Load capacity 100 kg/caster.

8. It should have 4-caster central brake directional stability/wheel alignment by means of footboard pedal. The lying surface should be removed in 4 parts. It should have Optimized mattress fixtures on both sides. It should have Ergonomic arrangement of back, seat, thigh and lower leg section with 90 cm (35.46 in.) long back section.

9. Pressure in the stomach section should be avoided and breathing improved.

10. Back section (0-70°) and thigh section (0-45°) should be individually positioned with safety freewheel.

11. It should have Preselection of the leg section positioning (bent-knee or stepped bed positioning).

12. It should have additionally manual positioning of the lower leg section for stretched raised leg positioning (0-16°) by means of a step less hydro-lift positioning unit.

13. It should have quick lowering of the back section for reanimation

(CPR).

14. It should have Headboard acceptance on both sides for trapeze bar, IV pole and further Accessories.

15. It should have Bed sides with integrated accessory rails over the whole length for flexible acceptance of accessories.

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16. It should have quickly removable head and foot sections.

17. It should have Frame with heavy collision edge.

18. It should have four horizontal wall protection wheels at the four edges, two vertical walls

19. Protection wheels Headboard.

20. It should have Pressure reduction system (The patients are motivated to further mobility by the micro-Stimulating effect of the pressure reduction due to their proper motion).

21. This innervations leads to pressure ulcer prevention due to an improved circulation up to a therapy support and treatment of chronicle wounds.

22. The insert elements of the lying surface should be removed completely and are expandable to an active System.

23. It should have hand control unit (can be fixed on both sides) in execution incl. lock switch.

24. It should have following Versions for hand control unit:

25. Horizontal with clip for assist rails

26. With additional auto-contour-function

27. With thigh-section adjustment

28. Nurse control with complete locking in the bedding deposit:

29. Positioning of the lying surface as "Hold-to-run" function.

30. The functions of the height positioning, Trendelenburg and reverse-

Trendelenburg "Hold-to-Run" and automatic function.

31. It should have 4 electric motors of the electrical protection class II

(double protective insulated).

32. It should have Thermal fuse and electronical control against overheating.

33. It should have Emergency lowering possible by means of batteries.

34. It should have battery backups 7,2Ah for operation without power supply, sufficient for at least 10 positioning cycles under maximum allowable load.

35. The bed should be electromotive operated continuously max. 4 minutes within 10 minutes.

36. It should have Data communication by means of standardized LIN bus.

37. It should have Absolute placement by means of potentiometer that

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means no limit switches.

38. It should have reset possible by means of pushing a button without reference run.

39. It should have 2-parts, variable assist rails made of aluminum profiles.

40. It should have unhindered access to fixed accessories and patients in all positions of the assist rail–Also in unused status.

41. It should also elevate no modification of outside dimensions of the bed.

42. It should have Therapy and side bedding function.

43. Assist rails should be positioned in two-stages. (First stage as visualization of the bed sides and Mobility grip. Second stage as protection against unintentional falling down. Safe hold between the two-part assist rails during getting in and off)

44. It should have Simple operation and safety lock.

45. It should not be unlocked on-load for safety reasons.

46. It should have Lateral ram protection made of special plastics.

47. In case of overload plastically deformation. No sudden break of the guide or the assist rails.

48. Assist rails should be permanently with good sliding quality without greasing.

49. Color and design of the head and foot boards should be acc. to choice of the customer based on the design and color chart of the offerer.

50. It should have Diagnosable bed system of an automotive standard.

51. It should have Software and gateway for data transfer, diagnostics and error detection, repair instructions, spare part orders, guided technical inspections including all necessary documentation locally or on a web server made available including all software updates.

52. It should have closed components with smooth surfaces make the bed extremely easy-to-clean.

53. It should have following Dimensions:

54. Width lying surface: 90 cm (35.46 in.)

55. Length lying surface: 200 cm (78.80 in.)

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ICU BED

ELECTRICALLY

OPERATED

56. Width outside dimensions: 99 cm (38.61 in.)

57. Length outside dimensions: 216 cm (85, 10 in.)

58. Height positioning range: 40 – 80 cm (15.76 – 31.52 in.)

59. Steel single caster: 150 mm diameter

60. Weight: 150 Kg

1. It should be a basic hygienic mattress with excellent price performance suitable for short term patients or when a firmer mattress is required

2. The mattress should be cleaned by using alcohol based detergents.

3. Mattress cover must have a vapor permeability that is lower than 300gr/m2/24h,to avoid transmission into the materials.

4. It should provide good medical comfort for the patients without reducing quality or hygiene.

5. The mattress must have a pressure distribution test from an independent test institute.

(Please enclose test report)

6. It should be a homogenous mattress made from coldfoam with a density of 35 kg/m3

7. The mattress should operate without any electrical supply

8. The mattress must fulfil EN 597-1/2 (Cigarette and match fire

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resistance test) (Please enclose test report)

9. The mattress should be a sealed system without any zipper or seams

10. It should have medical device standards

11. The mattress should provide the hospitals the best possible total cost performance

12. Minimum warranty of the mattress cover should be 5 yrs.

MULTIPURPOSE

ELECTROMECHAN

ICAL OPERATION

TABLE

1. Five section x-ray translucent top with inbuilt kidney bridge

2. Provides all surgical positions

3. Minimum height 28” & maximum height 42”

4. 304 grade S.S fully electro-polished

5. Die presses S.S cover on base without any edges and wielding.

6. Head, leg & pelvic sections are interchangeable

7. Electric floor locking mechanism

8. Very heavy duty base for total stability

9. Addition fixed control provided on the table top in case main Hand set fails

10. Approx. weight 250 kg.

11. Mattress size:-(50mm thick & 60 density)

12. Base size: 18”W x 36”L x 5”H

13. Side Railing 30 x 10 mm

Should be provided with following attachments

ORTHOPADEIC

ATTACHMENTS

1. Traction Device Arm

2. Extension Arms

3. Traction Device

4. Traction Shoe

5. Movable Pelvic Support (Adult)

6. Inner Thigh Column with Pad.

7. L-Shape Knee rest with Pad.

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NEURO ATTACHMENTS

UROLOGY

ATTACHMENTS

AIR STERILISER

8. Lower Leg Support.

9. Inner thigh support with pad for traction in lateral

1. Sujita head clamp (prone for adult & ped.)

2. Mayfield head clamp

3. Horse Shoe

4. M-type face head rest

1. A Set of mattresses

2. A pair of shoulder support

3. A pair of Side Support

4. A pair of knee crunches with ball & socket joints

5. Anesthetic screen

6. Arm Rest – 2Nos.

7. Urological drainage tray

8. with sive attachement

9. Instrument Tray

1. Rated voltage should be 230V 50 Hz

2. Consumption should be 70 W

3. Should have Level of air purification 92%

4. Range should be 56 m

3

/h

5. Noise level should be 29dB

6. Installation should be vertical wall mounting

7. Operation should be continuous

8. External UV-C emission should be none

9. Danger level should be none

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10. Equipment should have pre-filter in the air intake

11. Life of UV-C tubes should be 3000 hours

12. Air nozzles should be fixed

13. Casing should be in aluminium

14. Lamp switch should have anti UVC glass

15. Lamps should have 2x 6w- T5 UVC tubes

16. Wavelength should be 254 nm

17. Colour should be Ral 9010

18. Weight should be 3.5kg

19. Dimensions should be 45x18x8cm

20. Dimensions of packaging should be 50x19x9cm

21. Volume should be 0.008 cu.m.

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Department of Physiology

S.No. Item Code No.

1

2

3

Name of Equipment

Manneqin for clinical exm.& artificial respiration

Projection Microscope

Anthropometric set

(complete with all type of calipars

Specification

This manikin provides maximum student/instructor feedback in four practice mode: compression rate, compression depth, and Ventilation duration and ventilation volume. Red light indicates improper hand placement. The performance of each skill is displayed separately while averages are stored in the memory. With the flip of a switch, memory unit evaluates performance based on chilled or adult CPR standards.

The disposable tracheal airway and lower airway with lung bag eliminate time consuming disinfection procedures. Includes ten disposable airways, ten disposable tracheal airways, and five sanitary face masks.

Comp./Divt.

NAC. Code BDI

With 200mm diam. Graduated screen 360 degree rota table quadruple revolving nose piece total magnification ranging 100X to 800X or 125X to 1000X.

Work able on 220 V AC main with variable light control arrangement to eye piece with stage micrometer slide for measuring optical combination built eye piece (10X, 15X) objective 5X, 10X,20X,40X.

Advanced research model incorporated with binocular head and pointer arrangement.

Height, Weight recorder, Calipers for measuring skin fold thickness’.

Calipers for measuring head circumference waist circumference hip

Circumference and all accessories.

Accessories: Anthropometer Rod, Complete with scale and carrying bag for height measurement, Sliding

Calliper (POECH type), Cubic Craniophore, With built in bone holder, Skin fold Calliper herpendent type, Skin

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8

4

5

6

7

Portable Spirometer

Aesthesiometer

Dynamometer

Wright peak Flow Meter

Stethoscope Demonstration with multiple ear pices

Folder, Skin guide, Finger & palm printing pad, complete set,

Data transmission : Rs 232 interface to Pc through SeMA software.LCD display for graphical and numerical values.

For Tactile Sensation(Von Freyes)

-Hand spring (grip) dynamometer

Wrights peak floe meter:-

• Type of device: variable orifice peak flow meter

• Range: 50-800L/min

• Accuracy: better than 10%

• Scale interval: 10 L/min below 700, 20L/min above

• Measuring principle: piston/ spring and moveable pointer

• Frequency response: profile A/B difference less than 15

L/min

• Cleaning: alcohol wipe

• Life in clinic use: annually

• Net weight: 74 grams

Dimension: 150X60X34 mm( including internal mouthpiece)

Stethoscope with a single chest piece and multiple ear pieces for demonstration purposes

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DEPARTMENT OF DARMATOLOGY

S.No. Item Code No.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Name of Equipment

RADIOFREQUENCY UNIT

Specification

Frequency 3.8 Mhz Power output 140 walts

Tungsten wire electodes Autoclavable hand piece and neutral Plate Finger switch and foot switch activated

PUVA Chamber

Cryo Surgery Unit

32 Lams 120/240 VAC 311 UVB NB LT 100W

Wave Length 1064 mm/532 nm

Spot Size 2 mm, 4 mm, 6 mm

Fluence upto 12.5 J/Cm

2

Pulse width 3+/– 1 NS

Long Pulse Nd : YAG Lager Freq. 532, 1064 nm

Energy 200-2000 mj

Spot Size 3 mm, 6 mm, 9 mm

Fractional HP 9 mm

Fractional CO

2

Lager Wavelength - 10600

Power to Tissu 25 W

Operation Mode CW, Single Pulse

Ultra Pulse

Repeat Pulse

Ultra Peak Power 800 W

Ultra Peak Freq. 10-990

IPL

Hyfrequator

Woods Lamp

Ultra Pulse Duration 100 s- 1700 s

Source Flash Lamp

Wavelength 550 nm

600 nm - Fluence

2-25 J/cm

2

Power - 230 V AC

Frequency 3.5 Mhz

Power s140 W

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Comp./Divt.

9

10

11

12

13

Dermascope

OT Table, OT Light, Surgical

Instruments, Resuscitation kit

Electric Derma Brader

Iontophoresis Unit

Output - 40 VA, Speed foot control

Hand and Foot Plate

Q Switch Nd : YAG Lager Wavelength - 1064 / 532 nm

Energy - 12.5 J

Pulse Duration - 8 ns

Spot Size 1-7 mm

Electrical Power 220 V

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DEPARTMENT - ORTHOPAEDITRS

S.No.

1

Item Code No. Name of Equipment

2

Specification

Battery operated hand drill with charging station with drill and saw attachment, fully cannulated with reverse and forward operation with lock, autoclavable with maximum speed of

Electric drill system

800-1000 rpm with a set of three batteries, 15 saw blades of various sizes

Foot operated with drill and saw attachment/flexible reamer attachment with flexible reamer set and flexible shaft autoclavable with quick coupling, And reamer heads of all sizes from 8-16 mm at increment of 0.5

3

4

Manual Drills Autoclavable with stainless steel body with key

5

6

7

8

LED OT mounted lights ceilling Infrared Remote control, Variable colour

Temperature, Digital confrol panel with light rotation of 360 degree with a sterilizaable hndle to focus and position with illumination intensity of approx 2.5 lux

Electronic pneumatic tourniquet With 5 cuff sizes with extra one set of 5 cuffs and alarm. Electronic Digital Display with 3 hrs Battery

Backup

Electric plaster cutter With oscillating saw with variable speed and all sizes of blades

Watson-jones type traction table With foot and knee attachmentswith height adjustables

Ceiling suspended laminar air flow

To suit OT size of 625 sq. feet with mini HEPA filters with noise requctrion with ss body PU coated with air conditioning

Colour photo copier As per dgsnd rates and with staking facility

Interlocking nail instrument set universal for tibia and femur

Glucometre

Digital B.P.instrument set

Universal jig for tibia and femur, with nail extraction device, drill sleeves, trocar hammer.

With 50 memory

With 50 memory

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Comp./Divt.

LED View Box

Flexible reamers set with fixed reamm heads from 8-16 mm

Bipolar Cautery

Large, wall mounted

Stainless steel with silicon exchange tube box

Operated on 230V+/-15V, 50 Hz+/-3%

Should have 4 output features

Monopolar Cutting 1 and Monopolar Coagulation 1

Monopolar Cutting 2 and Monopolar Coagulation 2

Bipolar Cutting 1 and Bipolar Coagulation 1

Bipolar Cutting 2 and Bipolar Coagulation 2

Should have digital display and colour coding and acoustic signal and can be operable by both hand and foot switches.

It should have following Rated Frequency

Monopolar Generatior:> 300 KHz

Bipolar Generator : Upto 1000 KHz

Bipolar Cutting should offer following Modes

Pure Blend Cut: Cut with low degree of eschar form

Blend Cut : Cut with considerble eschar current

Forfex: Mechanical cutting with strong hemostasis

Bipolar Coagulation should offer following

Modes

Macro Coagulation: Large forceps

Macro Stop Large forceps with auto stop

Auto macro: Large forceps with auto start and suto stop

Micro Coagulation: Small forceps

Micro Stop : small forceps with auto stop

Auto Micro: Small forceps with auto start and auto stop

SEAL SAFE: For vessel sealing

Endo Seal Safe: Endoscopic vessel sealing

It should have

LED Display for monopolar and bipolar cut and

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C-Arm Image intensifer coagulation

Acoustic signal for monopolar and bipolar cut and coagulation

Colour code for cut and coagulation

The Unit should be quoted along with the following

Accessories

1)Monopolar set of Accessories (1 set)

Consisting of :

Hand control pencil 1 No

Double pedal Footswitch 1 No

Patient plate 1 No

Electrode set of 5 1 set

2) Bipolar Footswitches 1 No

3) Bipolar Forceps 1 No

4) Bipolar Cable 1 No

1/A mobile C-Arm with 9 tube inches High

Frequency generator with rotating anode tube with

17 inches Dual TFT Monitor B/W Display along

with the trolley

2/It should have vertical and horizontal hold with

180 rotation on monitor with all standard

displacements of control unit with foot lock with

built-in 5 KV Auto stabilizer with printing facility

with printer.

3/ Fluor mA from 0.5 - 1 mA contious variable

4/ Unit should have control panel with KV selection

from 40 to 120 KV with LCD Display and Digital

display of KV & FLR time with feather touch

control. Should have 5 minute timer with Buzzer

5/ Unit should be operable on 230 V with 2 monitor

system for LIH, Live and storage image. It should

have permanent image storage capacity of aprrox.

10,000 image and 50 temporary image storage for

quick review.

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6/ Monitor should be operable on windows and have

CD writer facility.

7/Unit should have CE, AERB and/ISO certification,

Short Wave Diathermy Unit Output 500 watts, floor model, LED display timer with audible alarms with one pair of Both disc and rubber electrode, neon tester lamb.

Intermittent cervical and lumber

Traction Unit

LED Display. timer with alarm, & patient switch

Traction table - MS made frame, 2 section bed well cushioned, 1 section free rolling.

Ultrasound therapy Unit (Dual band)

Microprocessor based, output 1 mhz & 3 Mhz.

Mode pulse & continuous, LCD Display,

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Name of Department - E.N.T.

S.No. Item Code No.

1

Name of Equipment

Bipolar Radio-Frequency

Ablation system for

ENT Treatment with auto stop function

Specification

- Should be based on the principle of Radiofrequency induced

Thermotherapy for minimal invasive surgeries.

- Should be interstitial form of terapy which can be performed under local anaeshtesia. Surface of the organ should remain intact.

- Current should be induced through bipolar applicatiors. Should not need any neutral elecctrodes.

-Tissue should be heated over 60 deg.C

-Should provide a rapid procedure.

-Should have constant real-time monitoring of the coagulation process.

-Should provide end-of-procedure singal.

-Should have automated power contral to exclude overdosing.

-Should have footswitch control.

-Should be supplied with bipolar cutting system for the consevative removal of tissue and with special surgical forceps, a cutting electrode grip, the necessary connection cables and special cutting electrodes for combined treatment of sleeprelated breathing disordes.

-Should be compact unit and should be supplied with different applicators and probes.

-Should be certified acc.to CE and IEC601.10 safety standards.

Consumables

--Probes for treatment of Habitual snoring &Hyperplastic palatine tonsils in adults and children with conical tip & 1.3mm dia

-Probes for treatment of Hyperplasia of the nasal concha, Habitual snoring (combined treatment) and Mild obstructive sleep apnea

(combined treatment)with conical tip & 1.1mm dia.

-Brobes for treatment of Nasal polyps, especially recurrent polyps with conical tip; and 1.3mm dia.

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- Angled and bayonet Forceps with cables for tissue and vessel coagulation to stop bleeding in ENT and surgery.

-

Department - Anatomy

S.No. Item Code No.

01 ANT-01

Name of Equipment

Mortuary

Cooler

02 ANT-02

CADAVERIC

INJECTION

Specification

The Chamber for two and four dead bodied, temperature less than 5, insulation pillycurethine foam , rooftop refrigeration unit with air cooler condenser, electric supply 230+ 10 volts-50 hz. A vapour proff incandescent lamp, digital type temperature indicator cum controller, rust proof body, door stainless steel, stainless still tray in single pieces two and four respectably for both units with tubular edge and handles, the assembly should have three pieces carriage assembly which includes stationary frame and lower and upper carriage and should ride on wheels. Minimum 20 installations in india and three in bhopal service center in bhopal, three years warranty and service contract.

Accessories- Automatic voltage stabilizer 3KBA

For injecting formaldehyde solutions in cadavers and much higher speed than normal gravity process. Unit to be covered and mounted on a portable trollery having four castor wheel for easy movement. Unit consisting of one air compressor filled with half HP motor which is

MACHINE

(EMBALING

MACHINE) connected with stainless steel tank of 10 liters capacity ment for storage and injecting the solution. Tank to be fitted with safety valve, pressure gauge and rubber tubing having provision for injection. Supplied with complete electric cord plug suitable to work 220 volts 50 hz AC supply.

03 ANT-03

DIGITAL VIDEO

IMAGING

Color corrected with din plan optics.

Resolution more than 400000 pixels high resolution chip, RCA, S-Video,

USG 2.0 output, high resolution built kin digital camera to produce brilliant

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Comp./Divt.

04

05

ANT-04

ANT-05

SYSTEM image. Video and digital signals can be obtained at the microscope base and displayed on TV set and PC monitor at same time by high resolution CCP chip. Built in Mock / digit converter. 40x to 1000x standard magnification range optionally up to 2000x with additional eye piece.

A versatile software for image depturing, processing and editing.

Distllation Plant 01 gallon menerty per hours

Embrylology models

Medium skeleton with nerves and blood vessels

Life size skeleton 170 cm tall

Life size skeleton with stand

Adult male pelvis with stand

Developing Heart

Dev. of Heart in 30 days embryo

Dev. of atria and Ventricles- At 4 weeks

Dev. Of atria and Ventricles- At 5 weeks

Dev. Of atria and Ventricles- At 8 weeks

Undifferentiated Genital System

Male UG system in 12 week embryo

Female UG System in 12 week embryo

This model depicts the position. Course and distribution of main arteries and peripheral nerves of the human body.

Features nerve branches,Vertebral arteries and herniated lumber disc. Skull includes movable jaw, cut calvarium.

Durable parts Stand with wheels

Comparison between two sexes

Adult female pelvis with stand

Female pelvic muscles and organs

Magnified human larynx model

Comparison between two sexes

To get an integral knowledge of various important structures

Demonstrate movements of epiglattis and cartilages in the voice box

Jumbo heart model To understand external and internal features of heart and its relation with the large blood vessels

New style giant ear model Shows the three main structural parts of the hearing organ and the posistion of equilibrium organ of the body

Enlarged skin model

Giant eye model

Showing structure and appendages of skin

The different part of the eye ball model are detachable to show its structures

Magnified human pulmonary Alveoli model

This model shows relation and branches of principal bronchus

Model of transparent lung Shows bronco pulmonary segments and their arrangements

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Larynx Heart and Lung model

Model of the anatomical nasal cavity

Liver model

Male urogenital system

Liver pancreas and duodenum mode

Separating into seven parts. The two lung have removable lobes to show internal structures of heart

Removable parts to show external and internal features of human nose

The complex vessels nwtwork in the open liver are displayed in different color

To show external and internal futures.

Relation an opening of the ducts can be seen

Female urogenital system To show external features

Appendix and caecum The model shows wall of the caecum and appendix Various positions are described

Disco torso 15 slices

Brain 8 part

Horizontally sectioned in to 15 slices showing topographical relations

DEtailed model divided medially showing external and internal features

Brain Ventricles

Spinal cord with nerve ending

Shows both side ventricles, the third and fourth ventricle

Showing composition of spinal cord

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Should process blood samples, other sterile body fluids both aerobic and anaerobic systems.

Sample capacity more than 200 samples.

Besides phylogenic, system should have facility of detection for yeasts and

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Should include pediatric and adult samples.

Media in bottles should have agents for neutralization of antibiotics.

Continuous agitation system.

Analyze each sample separately as per ID, time of entry, incubation period, growth etc.

Should have built in calibration check and alarms/reminder for the same.

Decontamination facility.

High sensitivity and specificity with continuous monitoring of all samples.

Minimum 3 days stand alone data storage capabiligy.

All media and consumables for setting up and standardization should be provided free of cost

Additional identifiction and sensitivity (with wide range of antibiotics) to be provided with the equipment.

The unit shall be capable of being stored continuously in ambient temperature of 0-50 deg C and relative humidity of 15-90%

The unit shall be capable of operating continuously in ambient temperature of

10-40 deb C and relative humidity of 15-90%

Power input to be 220-240VAC, 50Hz fitted with Indian plug,

Reset tabke iver cyrrebt breaker

Suitable voltage corrector/stabilizer

Suitable UPS with maintenance free batteries for minimum one-hour back-up should be supplied with the system

Attach original manufactures produc catalogue and specification sheet photocopy/Computer print and accepted. All techni al data to be supported

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Should be FDA or CE approved or ISI marked product.

Should be compliant to ISO 13485 : Quality systems-Medical devices particular requirements for the application of ISO 9001 applicable to manufactures and service providers that perform their own design activities.

Comprehensive training for lab staff and supppport services till familiarity with the system.

Three years warranty, 5 yrs comprehensive AMC should be abailable with service centers in close proximity.

MB-003 Fluorescent Microscope Trinocular head

6 positions nose piece.

Objectives- 5x, 10x, 40x, 100x(A Plan achromatic)

Halogen filament lamp 12 V, 35 W for fluorescence 50 W

Binocular Phototube

Conversion filters-blue & green, CB-12 d32x2.

Condenser 0.9/1.25H

Phase stop pH 1,2, 3

Pin hole diaphragm

Eye piece 2 pairs WF 10x & WF 15x

Eye piece eye cup

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Ergonomic design to provide user comfort and avoid eye fatigue. Comfortable knee rest position.

Power slot G2

With computers compatible accessories.

Mega fixed CCD, 3x zoom,Digital zoom

LCD & optical view finder

USB interface for Windows

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NAME OF DEPARTMENT : PATHOLOGY

S.No. Item Code

1. PAT-01

Name of Equipment / Instrument

Laboratory Centrifuge

2. PAT-02

Laboratory Centrifuge (Research)

Specification

1. Table top model with swing out rotor head 16 tubes of 15 ml glass tubes.

2. Digital speed indicator with 60 min. count down timer.

3. Speed 4000 rpm & RCF 2750 with rotor head.

4. Dynamic breaks, imbalance detector, cut off in case of uneven load.

5. Step less speed regulator & safety lid interlock to prevent lid opening during operation.

6. 220-240 volts 50 Hz.

1. Table top model with swing out rotor head 16 tubes of 15 ml. glass tubes.

2. Digital speed indicator with 60 min. Count down timer.

3. Speed 4500 rpm & RCF 3485 with rotor head.

4. Dynamic breaks, imbalance detector, cut off in case of uneven load.

5. Brushless induction motor with frequency drive.

3. PAT-03

Centrifuge for Micro Hematocrit

6. Step less speed regulator & safety lid interlock to prevent lid opening during operation.

7. 7 segment LED display of speed

8. 220-240 volts 50 Hz

1. Centrifuge for micro hemtaocrit.

2. Table top model with rotor head to accomdate

24 capillaries with reading device.

3. Digital speed indicator with 15 min count down timer.

4. Speed 12000 rpm & RCF 15300 with rotor head.

5. Switch to quick accelerate to full speed.

6. Dynamic brakes, imbalance detector, cut off in case of uneven load.

7. Brushless induction motor with frequency drive.

8. Step less speed regulator & safety lid interlock to prevent lid opening during operation

9. 7 segment LED display of speed

10. Automatic door opening through gas hinges

11. 220-240 volts 50 Hz

4. PAT-04

5. PAT -05

Deep Freezer (-20

0

C) Horizontal

1. Capacity 170 litres & required temperature lowest 20

0

C

2. Outer body made of powder coated steel.

3. Inner chamber non corrosive, non magnetic stainless steel 304 AISI grade.

4. PUF insulation between inner and outer chamber.

5. High tech solid state digital temperature indictor cum.

6. Unit to be supplied with voltage stabilizer.

7. Dimensions outer : mm

1150(W)x500(D)x910(H) inner.

600(W)x400(D)x700(H)

Blood bank Centrifuge for component

1. Unit suitable for high load blood processing

separation

centre.

2. Required swing out rotor head to accomodate

4 double bags or 6 single bags

3. Should have advance microprocessor control.

4. Inbuilt pre cooling programme self diagnosis of error option to set and indicate RCF

5. Should have features of acceleration and

6. PAT-06

Rotary Microtome (Spencer type)

declaration profile.

6. Imbalance detector & cut off in case of uneven load.

7. Brushless induction motor with frequency motor.

8. Temper proof password protection safely lid.

9. Simultaneous display of set and run parameters.

10. Max speed 4500 rpm & max RCF 60000.0

1. Manual rotary microtome with knife holder and specimen holder and all accessories.

2. With imported heavy duty knives 200 & 240 mm.

3. Range of thickness 0.5 um to 60 um increment

1 um to 10 um.

4. Horizontal advance of specimen 30 mm and vertical stroke 60 mm

5. Universal knife holder base for different knives along with disposable knife ho0lder with safety finger projection guard.

6. Maximum specimen size 50x60x40 mm.

7.

8. PAT-08

Automatic Tissue processor

9.

PAT-07

PAT-09

Cytospin for Cytology

Bone Decalcifier digital

1. Suitable for cytology preparations.

2. Swing out rotors with adaptor all tube sizes down to 1.5 to 2 mm.

3. Maximum speed 6000 RPM with RCF 4186 g.

4. Capacity 12x15 mm.

1. Fully automatic tissue processor with capacity of 200 cassettes per run.

2. LCD display with 4 lines, digital programming upto 9 programmes. All controls should be operated by feather touch keys.

3. Should have 12 heated stations with (3 wax baths) with cover.

4. 2 litre glass jars with fume hood with continuous agitation.

5. Programmable 12 stage timing sequence for each stage for duration 1 min to 9 hrs in steps of one minute with delay time upto 99 hrs.

6. Automatic wax bath (PID temperature controller and PT 1000 sensors). With facility of

Vacuum operation and protection hood.

1. Suitable for use in histology for

10. PAT-10

Fully Motorized programmable

Rotary Microtome

decalcification of bone tissue by electrolytic action.

2. Through the combination of heat and fluid agitation.

3. Basket movement provided by an electric motor to raise and lower the basket as well as rotate it.

4. Digital temperature control and display along with timer.

1. Fully automatic microtome for variable specimen retraction and sectioning.

2. Two separate programmes for timing and sectioning.

3. Speed control through cutting window.

4. Section thickness setting from 1 um to 99um in 1 um increments.

5. Section thickness from 0.5um to 99um.

6. Three sectioning modes one manual and two motorized (continuous and separate)

7. Section thickness from 0.5um to 99um.

8. Three sectioning modes one manual and two

11. PAT-11

Slide warming table

12. PAT-12

Knife sharpener Automatic

13.

14.

PAT-13

PAT-14

Paraffin dispensers digital

Tissue flotation bath

manual motorized (continuous and separate)

1. Rectangular histology slide warming table.

2. With jet black top surface minimum 300x200 mm

3. Programmed and set temperature digital display.

4. Set values memory.

1. Automatic knife sharpener A.O. spencer type for manual knives.

2. To permit perfect cutting edge at an equal bevel angle on both sides.

3. Constant rotation of ground glass plate.

4. Can hold knife up to 300 mm and should have metal scale 0-25 with 10 divisions.

5. Unit should be powder coated.

1. Specially designed equipment to dispense wax for embedding.

2. Capacity 3 litres /5 litres.

3. Thermostatically controlled tem. with Tap control at 56

0

.

1. Tissue flotation bath for histopathology.

15 PAT-15

16 PAT-16

17 PAT-17

Table top Blood cell counter

(Clay adam type)

Micro slide cabinet

2. Micro processor based digital temperature control range ambient to 70+1.

3. Inner chamber rectangular, seamless (die pressed) stainless steel with high grade insulation.

4. Size minimum 240 (L) x 150(W) x 50(D) mm.

1. 5 keys for simple manual different count with computation including percentage.

2. Each unit counts 999 and last unit totalize different cells with bell at 100.

1. Closed pack manner with vertical storage of

75x25 mm glass slides.

2. Steel cabinet with powder coating, paint, finish.

3. Movable drawer in slots with lockable door.

4. Capacity 10000 slides /30 drawers or 25000 slides / 80 drawers.

Autoamated immunoassay analyzer

1. Bench top analyzer with built in thermal printer with facility for external printer.

2. Based on enzyme linked fluoroscent assay.

3. System must have at least 12 sample testing

18 PAT-18

Automated ELISA SYSTEM

positions.

4. System should not have carry over between samples and reagents.

5. The test device for one test should contain all the reagents required for that particular test.

6. System should be able to run if required a single test at a time.

7. Calibration stability should be minimum 14 days.

8. Controls and calibrators should be included in the test kit.

9. All the kit components should be stable upto expiry date of the kit.

10. The test menu should be more than 80 parameters.

11. No co9nsumables required for daily start up shut downs and periodic maintenance.

12. The test device should be bar coded.

1. Should be CE Approved Fully Automated continuous access, walk away micro plate system.

2. Sample capacity at least 180/Batch

3. Individual racks for sample loading (at least

12) should be provided.

4. Multi tasking system with simultaneous functioning of different processing steps.

5. System should have at least 4 micro plate at a time & 3 micro plates in archiving.

6. Upto 12 parameters per batch.

7. System should have Clot detector.

8. Original kit vial loading facility (direct loading of reagent vials irrespective of the manufacturer)

9. Singe probe system.

10. Should have carbonized disposable tips for reagent dispensing & sample dispensing.

11. System should have at least 280 positions for primary tubes.

12. Should have automatic sample sensing & bar coding.

13. Sample dilutions should be upto 10000.

14. 31 positions for reagents & 22 positions for

calibrations required.

15. Signature / simultaneous multi reagent pipetting to ensure fast processing.

16. 8 channel washer manifold.

17. Should have independent micro plate transporter.

18. System should be 96 well plate reader with both bicrhomaticad monochromatic reading options.

19. At least 8 independent incubators with temp options from RT to 47

0

C.

20. Should have a Bi directional interface.

21. Start up time should be less than 2 minutes.

22. Option for performing individual modular functions e.g. washing, reading, incubation and sample addition.

23. Windows based operating system.

24. 24 Hrs. service support.

25 Should enclose list of installations in India.

26. 1 year warranty and 5 years spare parts availability.

19. PAT-19

Thalassemia and Hemoglobinopathy testing / screening equipment

27. The company quoted should be direct importer of the system.

1. The system should be an automated integrated system, dedicated to HbA1c, Thalasseaemia and

Hemoglobinopathy testing and screening based on HPLC technology.

2. The system should be able to screen and quantitative hemoglobins, Hb, A2, HbA, Hb, F and Hb, Al, Hb, S, Hb, C, Hb, Q India and other rare abnormal hemoglobin.

3. Complete ready to use kit should be provided with buffers, columns, primers, calibrators and sample vials.

4. It should at least have a through out of <7 minutes per sample.

5. The system should have in kit external standards for instrument calibration ensuring accurate quantitation of results.

6. The system should contain low pulsation dual piston pump with programmable solvent deliver system.

7. The system should have integrated 1/4 LCD touch screen.

8. The system should have built in Graphic thermal paper printer, 112 mm, 4.4' wide.

9. The system should have a bi directional LIS.

10. The system should have an audible alarm system for low buffer in the mobile phase reservoirs, low level value for cartridge injection and overflow for the waste tank, as well as built in alarm for calibration failure.

11. The system should be capable of positive sample identification using a Barcode reader.

12. The system should have the facility of primary tube sampling and direct dilution of the samples without manual intervention.

13. It should have an inbuilt system check facility which checks all the system parameters

(e.g. cartridge, buffer, reagent, waste etc.) are ready before the sample analysis.

14. The system should have a dual program mode to perform either Hba1c or Hba2/Hb

F/Hba 1 c without changing any reagents or columns.

15. Assay time should be maximum 3 minutes for HbA1c testing and maximum 7 minutes for

A2/F/A1c testing.

16. It should be able to print a hard copy report filing identification and information on the subtype and quantity for haemoglobin detected.

It should the facility to view current and stored chromatograms & should enable storage of chromatograms.

17. It should have a remote data access feature when connected to LAN or internet.

18. Manual and explanatory supplementary reference reading material on abnormal haemoglobin variants should be provided with reference to the system.

19. Normal and Abnormal controls and quality control should be provided.

20. The system should have a hardware upgrade available for an increase in the sample workload.

20. PAT-20

5-Part Haematology Analyser

21. Product related technical support, instrument service and maintenance support should be provided.

22. Installations list in India to be enclosed.

23. The instrument should be supplied complete with a starter pack consisting of all reagents and consumable for 400 HbA1c tests or 200

HbA2/F/A1c tests.

1. Fully Automatic and compact haematology analyzer 5 part differentiation of WBC.

2. Open vial sampling mode requiring maximum

2 oul blood.

3. 23+4 parameters including RDW/SD.

4. Through put : at least 60 samples / hour.

5. At least 4 quality control programs and 60 files storage.

6. Storage capacity : 400,000 samples with data and graph.

7. Technology : Laser scatter, flow cytometry, impedance.

8. Should have facility to analyse CBC, CBC +

Diff mode.

9. Fully customized report formats including microscopic exam results.

10. Automatic diluent dispensing for capillary samples.

11. Should have syringe based measurement technology.

12. Linearity range performance

WBC : 0-99.99 x 10

9

/L

RBC : 0-8.00 x 10

12

/L

HGB : 0-250 g/L

HCT : 0-67%

PLT : 0-1000

13. Reproducibility performance

WBC :

2.0%

RBC :

1.5%

HGB :

1.55%

MCV :

1.0%

PLT : 4.0.%

14. There must be PC operation of the instrument.

21. PAT-21

Binocular LED Microscope

22 PAT-22

Imported Binocular Research

Microscope

1. Optical system : Universal infinity corrected optical system anti fungus.

2. Nosepiece : Revolving nosepiece.

3. Coarse / fine focusing knob.

4. Stage: Mechanical fixed stage (120x132mm) with specimen holder.

5. Eyepiece tube : Binocular tube (30 degree inclination and 48-75 mm IPD)

6. Condenser : Abbe condenser with objective guide marking position factory fitted

7. Eyepiece lens : 10 x(anti fungus) , factory fitted.

8. Objectives : a) Plan Achromat 4 x b) Plan Achromat 10 x c) Plan Achromat 40 x d) Plan Achromat 100 x

9. Illumination : LED illumination source voltage : 100-240 volts AC

1. Optical system universal infinity corrected optical system anti fungus.

23. PAT-23

Research Microscope with

Epifluorescnce attachment with

2. Nosepiece : Revolving nosepiece.

3. Coarse / fine focusing knob.

4. Stage : Mechanical fixed stage (120x132mm) with specimen holder.

5. Eyepiece tube : Binocular tube (30 degree inclination and 48-75mm IPD) Rotable 360

6. Condenser : Abbe condenser with objective guide marking position. Factory fitted.

Numerical aperture : 1.25

7. Eyepiece lens : 10 x (anti fungus), factory fitted.

8. Objectives : a) Plan Achromat 4x b) Plan Achromat 10x c) Plan Achromat 40x d) Plan Achromat 100x

9. Illumination : Halogen 12/20W illumination source.

10. Voltage : 100-240 volts AC

 Colour corrected infinite optical system,

Anti fungus.

microscopic digital camera

 Microscope stand with coaxial focusing control knobs upper stage drive stop.

 Siedentopf type binocular / trinocular eyepiece tube 30

0

rotatable 360.

 Wide field eye piece 10x18 mm with rubber shield (pair)

 Quintuple revolving nose piece with click stop.

 Objectives : o CCIS plan achromatic PL 4/NA0.13 o CCIS plan achromatic phase Ph

10/NA0.25 o CCIS plan achromatic phase Ph

40/NA0.65 spring loaded. o CCIS plan achromatic Phase Ph

100/NA0.125 spring loaded.

 Phase contrast 5 position Turret

Condensor for phase 10x40x100xBF&DF

 Centering telescope.

 Sub stage illuminator 6v/30w helogen lamp power supply 100-240 CE

 Epi fluorscent attachment with filter cassette.

 Mercury lamp socket for HBO 100W, starter unit HBO 100W.

 Lamp centering tool.

 Mercury lamp HG 100W

 High resolution Digital camera with 1/2"

CMOP chip.

 +USB 2.0 PC connection.

 Real time live image resolution 5.0 mega pixel, 2580x1944 pixel.

 16 mm lens, Macro viewing tube, calibration slide.

 Microscope eyepieces adaptors (28mm,

30mm, 34 mm, 35mm)

 Image software: instant image capturing real time full screen image, programmed interval capturing video capturing. All measurements in micro, inch, mm, length, angle, etc.

 Facility for on line file sending.

24. PAT-24

RESEARCH MICROSCOPE

PENTAHEAD

 Image assembly at high magnification.

 Image capturing at multi focal depths.

 Branded PC computer : Pentium 1 Core

Chipset with 4 GB rams 300 GB HDD,

DVD Writer with Graphic card and High

Resolution 19" TFT Monitor with Key

Board and Mouse.

Optical system: Infinity corrected system

Focus : Vertical stage movement 25 mm per coarse.

Stroke, Vertical stage movement 1 micron per fine stroke, stage rotation of 27 degrees.

Illuminator : Built in Koehler illumination for transmitted.

Light 12V100W Halogen bulb (Pre centered).

Light intensity adjustment centrally located. so both hand can be used to increase and decrease light preset switch for photography built in filters (LBD-IF, ND6, ND25)

Revolving Nosepiece : Interchangable reversed coded

Quintuple / Sextuple Nose Piece with click stop.

Objectives : Plan 4X, Plan Achromat Phase

10x/0.25WD 10.6 Plan Achromat 20X/0.4 WD

1.2 (spring) Plan flourite phase objective

40x0.75 (spring loaded) WD 0.51 & Plain semi apopchromat 100x0.

Observation Tube : Wide field Trinocular head with field no. 22 mm. Stage : Ceramic coated coaxial stage with right hand low drive.

Control condenser : Phase contrast / Dark field condenser (N.A. 1.1)

Teaching attachment : For 1+4 persons

Head with eyepiece of field no. 22

LED arrow pointer (Green and Red)

Fluorescence Attachment :

 Eight position Coded Filter unit with Fly eye lens for even fluorescence illumination.

 100W Mercury Apochromatic Light illuminator.

 Filters should be Narrow band UV, Blue

25. PAT-25

& Green.

Digital Camera : Cooled Colour C-Mount CCD

Camera having large CCD size of 1/1.8" with 12 bit A/D converter having 3.0 Mpix or more resolutions. Camera should have pixel size of

3.45 um

2

. It should have frame rate of 17 frames

/second at 2080x1542 resolutions. Exposure time should be 30us 180s. Digital camera should be suitable for bright field & fluoroscene applications.

Imaging system : Image analysis software for measurements time. Lapse and the software should be capable to drive. The camera and the microscope parts with latest. Branded Pentium 1

Core Chipset 4 GB Rams 300 GB DVD writer with Graphic card and High. Resolution 19"

TFT monitor with keyd board and mouse.

 LCD Display for live presentation.

 Appropriate table for microscope.

Vacuum Infiltration tissue Processor

At least 9 Processing Programme with cleaning programme and warm water flush programme.

26 PAT-25

ELEVATED GROSS STATION

WITH INFRARED CONTROLS

 Solution vol. upto 4 litres.

 Control panel with easy monitoring & functionality.

 Pressure / Selectable.

 Vaccum agitation.

 Should be supplied complete with all accessories, reagent bottle with attachments.

 Water reservoir & carbon filter.

 Cassette Basket.

 Paraffin container.

 Scraper

 Aspirated carbon carbidge

With Gross Tool system grossing board and instrument for grossing and trimming.

Constructed from high quality stainless steel, elevated grossing station, floor model. o Camera mount o Cassette holder o Disposal, 3/4 HP (Factory Mount) and 1

HP (Factory mount)

o Dissecting Board o Eyewash Assembly o Filter Activated carbon and potassium permanganate. o Flammable Storage Cabinet. o Foot Pedal control voice activation. o Formalin Dispense / Collection system o Forms holder o Full perimeter rinse o Glove Box Holder o Magnifier Light, Deck mount o Microphone on flex arm o Monitor and keyboard stand o Rule o Scale Digital o Seismic Anchoring kit o Shelving / Cabinets - Stainless steel o Side Splashes, Splash Shield and Plexiglas o Trash Container (Ventilated) o Utility Drawer o Valve air and gas

o Self contained Ventilation assembly o Video camera arm o Video or Dictation mount o Voice activated dictation o Writing platform (preferably pull out) viewing device. o X-ray illuminator

THE BID SHOULD INCLUDE QOUTATION

FOR:

(A) IMPORTED GROSSING TOOLS :

Standardized Grossing tools eg Trimming

Knives, Grossing Forks, Semi disposable autopsy knives, dissecting, scalpel and replaceable blade scissors. Should be easy to clean and decontaminate.

(B) IMPORTED GROSSING BOARD :

- Not less then 50x40x2.5 cm size along with grossing forks 1.5x 2x 2.5mm

- Cleaning Brush

- Easily adjustable wells, calibration of wells position of tissue and desirable thickness.

27 PAT-27

28 PAT-28

CRYOSTAT

CONTINUOUS RAPID TISSUE

PROCESSOR (Microwave Based)

Cryo 220V, 50/60 Hz with disinfection system and motorized.

- Instrument used to freeze and section tissue specimen.

- With all necessary accessories.

- Chamber Temperature range - 35

0

C to 0

0

C

- Cryobar temperature - 50

0

C minimum (Cryo +

Section)

Sectioning speed Range o Maximum : 28 Sections per minute. o Minimum : 2 sections per minute. o Specimen Size Round 25, 38 and 55 mm. o Specimen orientation 8

0

to 10

0

(X and Y axis 360

0

) (z Axis) o Sectioning range 1 to 99 u in 1 u increments.

- Travel Range : o Vertical 63mm o Horizontal 31.75mm

Upto 120 specimens per hour

Should be complete in respect of :

o Load station o Microwave station o Vacuum station o Unload station o Continuous loading and unloading should be possible. o Maximum : 28 Sections per minute. o Minimum : 2 sections per minute. o Specimen size round 25, 38 and 55 cm o Specimen orientation 8

0

to 10

0

(x and Y axis) 360

0

(z Axis) o Sectioning range 1 to 99 u in 1 u increments. o Processing time ranging from 60 to 120 min. o Maximum : 28 sections per minute. o Minimum : 2 section per minute. o Specimen size round 25, 38 and 55 mm o Specimen orientation 8

0

to 10

0

(x and Y axis) 360

0

(z Axis) o Sectioning range 1 to 99 u in 1 u

29. PAT-29

Automatic Micropipettes

increments.

Temperature ranges : o Microwave stations 61

0

C + 2

0

C o Vacuum stations 65

0

C + 2

0

C o LCD display with tough screen.

- Complete software for manual and auto stats should be able to do standard or extended programs.

- Reagents management system with counter for cassette.

1. With high accuracy & Precision Calibration at

20

0

C - 22

0

C

II. Fixed volume :

a) 10 ml

b) 100 ml - 4 Set

c) 1000 ml

2. Delivery volume display in clear digits in read out window.

3. Light weight eugenic design.

4. Insulating jacket with tip ejector.

5. Autoclavable

30. PAT-30

Coagulometer

31 PAT-31

Turbidometer

6. Mechanically durable & chemically resistant.

1. Semi automated haemostasis analyser a) 4 channel optics. b) Low reagent volume 25 ul to 50 ul assay range 50 -8.000ngm/ml c) Can be used for clotting based chromogenic method. d) PC interface option e) Should be provided with electronic pipette of

25-200ul. f) Open system facility for reagents and automatic INR calculations.

g) Machine to be installed by the company personnel, operational with all tests running. h) Starter kits to be provided. i) Training of operators.

1. Semi automated analyser with end point, kinetic fix time MSD and absorbance modes.

2. 90 open location for open MSD

3. At least has 6 programmes in MSD

4. Should have automated flagging of outline

results.

5. Measuring system with cuvette mode.

6. Filter range Biomatic filter, 340, 405, 505,

546, 578, 630

7. Temp - 37

0

C with temperature lock.

8. Measuring range : 200 to +2000 O.D.

NAME OF DEPARTMENT : BLOOD BANK

S.No. Item Code Name of Equipment / Instrument

1. BB-01

Refrigerator Blood Bank

Specification

1. System required with weekly chart recorder and digital displays.

2. Temp range should have adjustable temperature control range from 1 degree to +8 C, factory present at 4 degree C.

3. Capacity should accommodate 350 or more units blood and storage internal volume should be 700 liters.

4. Refrigerator system. a) The system should have high density CFC - free urethane foam insulation to protect cabinet from ambient temperature fluctuation. b) The system should have positive, forced, air circulation to maintain tempereature uniformity at all shelf level, with quick recovery +/- 1 degree C. c) The system should have sensors for activating automatic defrost cycle to minimize the frost build up. d) The system should have automatic condensate

removal with no requirement for separate drainage lines.

5. Internal construction should be made up of high grade stainless steel (min 22 (i) External construction

Corrosion resistant sheet at least 1 mm thickness).

6. 5 Internal Temp Control : a) System should have temperature control range from +1 degree C to +8 degree C. b) Temperature should resolution should be better than 0.1 degree C. c) Cooling down time of max of 150 min on half load.

7. External ambient temp should perform in ambient temp up to +43 degree C.

8. Door system should lockable double glass for better safety.

9. Safety system : a) System should have large and clear digital displays for the set / run parameters. b) The system should have weekly chart recorder temperature changes. c) The system should have key operated set point for

2. BB-02

Equipment Specifications for

Sterile Connecting Device

the added security.

10. Alarms : a) System should have audible / visual warnings for over temperature under temperature and power failure with visual status reports on critical functions. b) System should have battery backup and connections for remote alarm contacts.

11. Should have adjustment for uneven bases. The adjustment should be easy to use like rotating a screw at the legs in the base.

12. Scratch resistant internal lining of the cabinet

(stainless steel or aluminum).

 The Sterile Connecting Device should be compatible with all standard tubing for blood bags.

 Compatible with all standard tubing for blood bags.

 Compatible with all standard tubing for blood bags.

 Should be possible to weld external diameter

3.9 to 4.5 mm and internal diameter of 2.9 to

3.1 mms.

 Sensor controlled temperature welding.

 To be operational on 220 to 240 V at 50 Hz.

 Sterile connecting Device - Qty 1

 The cost of Wafers may be ascertained during tendering since it would be a proprietory item and not possible to quantify requirement initially.

 The unit shall be capable of operating continuously in ambient temperature of 10-40 deg C and relative humidity of 15-90.

 The unit shall be capable of being store continuously in ambient temperature of 0-50 deg C and relative humidity of 15-90.

 Shall meet IEC -60601-1-2: 2001 (or

Equivalent BIS) General Requirements of

Safety for Electromagnetic Compatibility.

 Power Input - 270-MOV/50 Hz AC Single phase or 380-400V AC 50 Hz three phases, fitted with appropriate Indian plugs and sockets.

 Resettable ovcrcurrent breaker shall be fitted for protection.

 Voltage corrector / stabiliser of appropriate ratings meeting ISI Specifications. (Input

160.260 V and output 220-240V at 50 Hz).

 Should be FDA, CE, LJL or BIS approved product.

 Electrical safety conforms to standards for electrical safety IEC-60601/IS-13450.

 Manufacturer should have ISO certification for quality standards.

 User manual in English.

 Service manual in English.

 List of important spare parts and accessories with their part numbers and cost.

 Certificate of calibration and inspection from factory.

 Log book with instruction or daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly maintenance checklist.

 The job description of the hospital technician and company service engineer should be

3. BB-03

ID-GEL MICRO TYPING

SYSTEM

clearly specified.

 List of equipment available for providing calibration and routine maintenance documentation in service / technical manual.

 System should be based on US-FDA approved gel particles.

 System should be based on 'no washing antiglobulin test principle'.

 Company should have quality control reagent like cross matching, grouping and antibody screening.

 There should be provision to perform following procedures: o Grouping o Cross Matching o Do test using IC method o Blood grouping including partial D detection. o Rh confirmation o Syphilis Antibody test. o Single Antigen test cards and antisera like Rh system (C.e.F.e.e.C) Kell, Duffy, Levis,

Lutheran MNS etc. o Special Antigen test cards for DCT positive patients that can detect IgG, IgM, IGa, C3d,

C3e etc. o Special reagent for acid caution method.

 Add pack insert of all the products mentioned in 3.4.

 There shall be special blood grouping card for donors and patients to detect partial RhD i.e.

DVI variant to reduce risk of Allo immunization.

 There shall be commercial red cell panel i.e. 2 and 3 cell panel for antibody screening and 11 cell panel for antibody identification. Further, should have pooled 'O' cell with phenotype for donor screening as per NACO guideline.

 Body should be non metallic and non corrosive plastic to avoid corrosion and electrical shock.

 Should have computer based automated data recording system with her code security.

 Centrifuge and incubator should have a

4. BB-04

ELISA READER WITH

PRINTER

Plexiglas top for transparent viewing of centrifugation cycle in centrifugal and incubation cards inculcator.

 Centnfuge should provide 85g centrifugel force during centrifugation.

Technical Specifications

1.1 ELISA reader complete with Printer is reacquired.

1.2 Should have 8-12 measuring channel & reference channel.

1.3 Should have wave length range of 340-750 nm 6 filler 340, 405, 450, 492, 540, 620nm with provision for filling any additional fillers.

1.4 Should have in absorption range of 0-4.000 A

1.5 Should have 4 resolution of 0.001 A

1.6 Should read with in 0-8 seconds.

1.7 The control panel should have soft colored touch screen display, capable of showing graph etc.

1.8 Should have external & Internal programmable time & speed shaking.

1.9 Should be able to read all types of platese.

1.10. Should have a single halogen lamp with save

features as light source.

1.11 Should have user defined programmes 30 or more.

1.12 RS 232/USB output for printer, P'C connectivity and Data acquisition should be there.

1.13 Should have data memory of 300 plates.

1.14 Should have external printer, capable of printing complete results & graphs etc. from Elisa system.

1.15 Accessories , Spare and consumables :

1. Halogen 1 amps : 2

2. Thermal print paper : 10 Rolls / Fold

3. Dust Cover - 01

4. Set of pipettes consisting of single channel variable volume color prpetter 0.5-10 ul, 40-200 ul, 200-1000 ul.

5. 8 channel variable volume color multi channel pipettes 5-50 ul and 50-300 ul.

2. Environmental factors :

2.1 The unit shall be capable of being stored continuously in ambient temperature of 0-50 deg C and relative humidity of 15-90%.

2.2 The unit shall be capable of operating continuously in ambient temperature or 10-40 deg C and relative humidity of 15-90%.

3. Power Supply.

3.1 Power input to be 220-240VAC, 50 Hz fitted with

Indian plug.

3.2 Resettable over current breaker shall be fitted for protection.

3.3 Voltage corrector / stabilizer of appropriate ratings meeting ISI Specifications (Input 160-260 V and output 220-240V and 50 Hz)

3.4 Suitable UPS with maintenance free batteries for minimum one hour back up should be supplied with the system.

4. Standards and Safety:

4.1 Comprehensive training for lab staff and support services till familarity with the system.

4.2 Comprehensive warranty for 3 years.

4.3 Should he complaint to ISO 13485: Quality systems - Medical devices - Particular requirements for the application of ISO 9001.

5. BB-05

AUTOMATIC MICRO PLATE

WASHE

Applicable to manufactures and service providers their perform their own design activities.

4.4 Should be FDA/VCE/UL approved product.

5. Documentation :

5.1 User/ Technical /Maintenance manuals to be supplied in English.

5.2 Certificate of calibration and inspection from factory.

5.3 List of equipment available for providing calibration and routine Preventive Maintenance

Support as per manufacturer documentation in service

/ technical manual.

5.4 List of important spare parts and accessories with their part number and costing.

5.5 Log hook with instruction for daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly maintenance checklist.

The job description of the hospital technician and company service engineer should he clearly spelt out.

2.1 Fully automate programmable micro plate washers with 8/12 manifold.

2.2 Then micro plate washer should offer the possibility of flexible programming of the desired washing procedures. It should have 1-4 liquid channels.

2.3 It should be capable of storing up to 75 user definer washing procedures.

2.4 The dispensing volume / well should be 50-3000 ul.

2.5 Plate soaking be programmable at any point of the washing procedure.

2.6 Should have soak time of 1-999 sec.

2.7 Performance sequence should be either on whole plate "Plated Mode" or strip by strip "Strip mode".

2.8 It should offer the possibility to present physical parameters & well shape (round or Hal bottom) of the user micro plate (upto 10) & store this information under freely definable names.

2.9 Application aspiration should be performed at the edge of the well altering from one side to the other or in the centre when using round bottom plates.

2.10 Residual volume /well should be less than 2 ul.

2.11 The desired number of cycle as well as the interval lime between the steps should be freely definable.

2.12 Necessary sequence should be defined as a combination of single steps, which are freely adjustable be selling the corresponding parameter.

2.13 The result of the washing procedure may be intensified by an optional wash cycle limited to the bottom area (bottom wash)

2.14 Aspiration should prevent an overflow of the well contents.

2.15 A variety of pre programing procedures should over majority of standards application.

2.16. This should be able to be used as -COOMBS

WASHER with vertical and horizontal movements performed with 0.1 mm steps.

3. System Configuration Accessories, Spares and

Consumables:

3.1 System as specified :

4. Environment factors :

4.1 The unit shall be capable of being stored

continuously in ambient temperature of 0-50 deg C and relative humidity of 15-90%.

4.2 The unit shall be capable of operating continuously in ambient temperature of 10-40 deg C and relative humidity of 15-90%.

5. Power Supply :

5.1 Power input to be 220-240 VAC 5()1 Hz fitted with Indian plug.

5.2 Resettable over current breaker shall be fitted for protection.

5.3 Voltage corrector / stabilizer of appropriate ratings meeting ISI Specifications (Input 160-260 V and output 220-240 V and 50 Hz)

5.4 Suitable UPS with maintenance free batteries for minimum one hour back up should be supplied with the system.

6. Standard and Safety :

6.1 Should be FDA/CE/UL approved product.

6.2 Comprehensive warranty for 2 years.

6.3 Comprehensive training for lab staff support services till familiarity with the system.

6. BB-06

Blood Cell Washing System

6.4 Electrical safety conforms to standards for electrical safely IEC-60601 / IS-13450.

Documentation :

7.1 Certificate of calibration and inspection from factory.

7.2 List of equipments available for providing calibration and routine.

Preventive maintenance support as per manufacturer documentation in service / technical manual.

7.3 User / Technical / Maintenance manual to be supplied in English.

7.4 List of important spare parts and accessories with their part number and costing.

1. Technical Specifications

1.1 It should be made of stable Roburt. All Steel

Cabinet

1.1 Max. rpm: 3.000 or more.

1.3 Max. KCT: K gm or more

1.4 Max. Volume : 12 place stainless steel rotor for

12 mm X 75 min or 10 mm x 75 nun

1.5 Drive unit should be Three speed brushless

induction motor with sealed, Lubricated bearings.

1.6 Should have sensor touch control billions with digital LED display.

1.7 Should have safety indication of disorders by self diagnosis program.

1.8 Should display the number of wash cycles and time selected Saline level Ltd latch and have alarm at end of run.

1.9 Indication of digital selectable from 1 to 4 wash cycles.

1.10 All consumables required for installation and standardization of system to be given free of cost.

2. Environmental factors :

2.1 The unit shall be capable of being stored continuously in ambient temperature of 0-50 deg C and relative humidity of 15-90%.

2.2 The unit shall be capable of operating continuously in ambient temperature of 10-40 deg C and relative humidity of 15-90%.

3. Power supply :

3.1 Power input to be 220-240 VAC, 50 Hz fitted

with Indian plug.

3.2 Resettable over current breaker shall be fitted for protection.

3.3 Voltage corrector / stabilizer of appropriate ratings meeting ISI specifications (Input 160-240 V and Output 220-240V and 50 Hz).

3.4 Suitable UPS with maintenance free batteries for minimum one hour back up should he supplied with the system.

4. Standard and Safety :

4.1 The automated cell cashing system should ensure precise cell washing in compliance with AABB guidelines.

4.2 Should be FDA/VCE/UL approved product.

4.3 Electrical safety conforms to standards for electrical safely IEC-60601/IS-13450.

4.4 Comprehensive warranty for 3 years.

4.5 Manufacture / Supplier should have ISO certification for quality standards.

4.6 Comprehensive training for lab staff and support services till familiarity with the system.

7. BB-07

8. BB-08

9. BB-09

Sealer, Stripper and Cutter for

Blood bag tubing

VDRL Shaker

(Rotator)

Coagulometer,

5 Documentation :

5.1 Certificate of calibration and inspection from factory.

5.2 List of equipment available for providing calibration and routine preventive maintenance support as per manutaeliror documentation in service

/ Technical manual.

5.3 User / Technical / Maintenance manual to be supplied in English.

5.4 List of important spare parts and accessories with their part number and costing.

5.5 Log hook with instruction for daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly maintenance checklist.

The job description of the hospital technician and company service engineer should he clearly spelt out.

 For sealing and cutting the blood bag tubings.

 Each sealer, stripper and cutter should be supplied with 50000.

Platform size 300x300 mm spring holder which can accommodate concave slider etc.

1. 16 incubation positions for sample (4 cells x 4

10 BB-10

Semi Automated

Water Bath

columns).

2. 2 measurement channels

3. 2-4 positions for reagents (one with magnetic stirrer) and 2 pipette.

4. Four independent built in timers for incubation

5. Measurement possible in plasma.

6. Automatic pipette (Electronically connected or manual start up)

7. Backlight LCD display, 4 lines of 40 characters with built in printer

8. Results in seconds and in various units (INR, Ratio,

Gm/L mg/ds, IC/ml)

9. Rs 232 interface.

10. Incubation and measurement wells at 37

0

C +/-

0.5

0

C

11. Tests : PT, PTT, TT, FIB (Claus and PT derived),

Factor II, V, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII Flctcher, VT

(Venom time), APCR, AT III (clot)

Protein C (clot), Protein S (clot), Heparin, STAT

(PT/PTT).

1. Small (app dimensions 40-45 x 35-10 x 20-25 cms)

11 BB-11

Digital Analytical Balance

(Single Pan)

light stainless steel body.

2. Micro processor controlled programmable digital display for temperature etc.

3. Temp. Range 37

0

C to 56

0

C + 0.5

0

C

4. Should have a stirrer for circulation.

5. Bath capacity 8-10 liters.

 Capacity : 200 grams.

 Readability : 0.01 grams.

 Linearly : Plus Mnus 0.002 grams

 Reproducibility : Plus Minus 0.001 grams

 Dimension : To be declared

 Stainless steel path

 Percentage weighing counting tar (0-200 grams) auto calibration with built in masses.

 220/240 volts, 59 cycles, single phase.

 The balance should be supplied with graft shield. The equipment should be suitable for 0 to 40

0

C at 95% ambient condition.

 Complete technical specification, illustrative technical literature / leaflet shall be enclosed along with the offer indicating the model

12. BB-12

Refrigerated Water Bath

(Cryobath)

quoted.

 Complete and satisfactory type test certificate as per T/E specification shall be submitted at the time of final inspection.

 Features : Should include timer of 2 hours fixed and variable temperature control, over temperature safety limit with audio visual alarm, power switch and digital temperature display, number of digit and resolution shall be included in the offer.

 Capacity : 65 liters.

 Storage capacity : Holds upto minimum 5 stainless steel racks.

 Overall interior dimensions : Should be indicated by the bidder.

 Operating temperature : +4 0

C control sensitivity plus minus 0.2

0

C.

 Uniformity plus minus 0.2

0

C ambient temperature may be as high as 450

0

C.

 The equipment should be able to thaw 15 plasma units in about 90 minutes. The

13.

Di-Electric tube sealer

equipments hold have:

(a) Stainless steel filter screen for protecting pump in the take from debris such as levels etc.

(b) Stainless steel tank of 22 gauge designed with curved corners for easy cleaning. c) Stainless steel lid at least 20 gauge. d) Out side mild steel sheet of 18 gauge.

 The following accessories should be pat of configuration.

(i) Compression rack holder.

(ii) Frozen plasma rack holder.

(iii) Thermometer for visual verification of water temperature.

 A suitable battery charger shall also be supplied so that charging batteries continue when the equipment on main.

 Equipment shall be supplied in suitable case.

 It should be less than 3 kgs with carry bag.

 The sealing should be 750 per hour / 1500 sealing per charged battery.

 Rechargeable batteries with a back up of minimum 6 hours.

 Automatic detection of the tube by pressing of a lever which activates sensor.

 Minimum sealing time ( <2sec).

 Detection of wet tube, leakage and sealing detect. Alarm in case of sealed not safe and completed.

 Compatible with the tubes of various manufactures of blood bag.

 Should seals 3.0 to 5 mm tubes with wall thickness of 0.75 mm.

 Protection against electric shock.

NAME OF DEPARTMENT : PSM

S.No. Item Code

1. PSM-01

2. PSM-02

3. PSM-03

4. PSM-04

5. PSM-05

6. PSM-06

Name of Equipment

Extraction apparatus fat complete

Specification

Fat extractor operates on 115 volts. 50/60 Hz

(Max) at 5.2 amps. It is shipped complete with power cord and grounded 3 wire plug. Standard features are as follows:

1. Main power on -off non spark mercury switch.

2. Full range variable heat control switch. Each switch controls two heats.

3. All stainless steel type 301 condenser assembly.

4. Pressure relief values for each condenser.

Filter paste chamber land complete set -

Filter burke felt

Hydro meter spirit

Hydrometer milks

Hydrometers wet & dry Bulb 1

SS-4 stainless produces 24 galloons per day.

5 Let swing top seal.

-

Hyudro meters 1 designation

No. 1

Range g/ ml

1.025 to

1.035

No. 2 .035

No. 1A 1.015 to

1.025

Sub division

0.002

0.0005

0.002

Length

(mm)

240

215

240

7. PSM-07

8. PSM-08

9. PSM-09

10. PSM-10

11. PSM-11

12. PSM-12

13. PSM-13

14. PSM-14

15 PSM-15

Balance analytical 200 gm

Balance for weighing food

Baby weighing

Herpenders calipers with for skin fold thickness

Height measuring stand

Refrigerator 9 cu ft.

-

-

200 gm

Capacity 2 kg

Ice lined refrigerator (ILR)

Dissecting microscope

Microscope 0-1 immersion

-

9 cu ft

1

140 ltr.

-

HB Laboratory Microscope

Magnification - 100 x 1000

NAME OF DEPARTMENT : PEDIATRIC SURGERY

S.No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Item Code

PS-01

PS-02

PS-03

PS-04

PS-05

Name of Equipment Specification

Pediatric Fibreoptic Sigmoid scope

Paediatric sigmoidoscope (colonoscope) is

with working snare biopsy forceps etc.

needed as per MCl norm. This equipment is needed for diagnostic and therapeutic use for lower gastrointestinal bleeding in children.

Ceiling Operation Theatre Light

Shadow less ceiling OT lights are needed for up gradation of operation theatre in Paed Surgery.

This shadow less OT light include, Double,

Dome 50-55 cm diameter with four reflectors, halogen bulb etc.

SPO2 Monitors

Pediatric CO2 insufflators with accessories for laparoscopy

Operation Tables

This is needed for monitoring of vital during surgery and in post operative periods in children.

Pediatric CO2 insufflators is needed for use during laparoscopic procedures in children. This equipment must include automatic pressure & flow control high degree of safety control functional and user friendly gas worming, multiple display etc.

Must be made from acid proof, stainless steel easy to clean and immune to disinfection agents.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

PS-06

PS-07

PS-08

PS-09

PS-10

PS-11

Anesthesia work station (Anesthesia machine)

Syringe infusion pumps

Standard infusion pumps

Miscellaneous Operating Instruments

(forceps, scissors etc.)

Radiant warmers

CO2 cylinders for laparoscopy

Needed for pediatric surgery operation theatre.

Needed for up gradation of the pediatric surgery operation theatre.

This is needed for I/V fluids and drugs administration for neonates.

This is needed for I/V fluids and drugs administration for children.

Needed for routing use in pediatric surgery OT.

All operating instruments must be of standard company.

Needed for pediatric surgery NICU and for use din infants.

CO2 is needed during laparoscopic procedures.

NAME OF DEPARTMENT : PSYCHIATRY

S.No.

1.

Item Code

PSY-01

Name of Equipment

Alcohol Breath Analyser

Specification

Alcohol breath analyser should be a digital detector which is accurate and easy to use.

Space for Operation :

Available

Necessary Technical staff:

Test will be done by Psychiatrist

Breathlayer specifications :

Should display the breadth alcohol concentration as a 3 digit read out in mg/l and easy to use.

Indication of BrA/c 0.00 to 2.00 mg/litre %

BrAC

Warm up time below 20 seconds.

Response time within 3 seconds.

Auto adjust / rest with rest button

Automatic switch off after 30 sec.

Recycle time 10 seconds.

Mouth piece 5 x washable mouth piece

Sensor semi conductor oxide sensor

Continuous using time

2. PSY-02

Biofeedback machine

Without battery

Over 200 test

Replacement

Power supply - DC

Dimensions (mm) should be compact.

Space for operation

Cabin beside the HOD chambers.

Necessary technical staff

Machine will be operated by psychologist and psychiatrists

Specifications:

Biofeedback apparatus should be able to record following parameters:

Pulse

GSR

Temperature

EEG

EMG

Parameters relax - 1 relax II

Biofeedback instruments should be compact i size and through its ergonomically designed

front panel facilitates ease of operation. Each biofeedback instrument converts patient physiological changes (GSR, Oulse rate, temperature, EEG & EMG) into audio as well as visual signals which helps the patient performs self control or autogenic training leading to relaxation.

Relax-1

GSR

Input : Through two silver - chloride electrodes, one connected to the sweat glands and the other to any inactivate point forming the reference.

GSR balance range : 0 to 1999 K Ohms

Display : Visual LED bar in 21 steps (Green 10 steps, yellow 1 step, Red 10 steps) each steps changed by deviation of 10%, 5% or 1% (switch selectable) from the mean GSR value.

Actual change in GSR value in K ohms is also displayed on a digital panel meter.

TEMPERATURE

3. PSY-03

EEG Machine

Input : Through a surface temperature probe.

Temperature balance range : 200C to 400C.

Space for Operation

Cabin beside the HOD chambers.

Necessary technical staff:

The post of EEG technician to be created and technician to be appointed. However, machine can be installed in the department and the technician services can be outsourced.

Specification :

 Windows based 32 channel digital EEG with Pentium PC and inkjet Printer features are: o Featuring with Brain Mapping

User definable montages

Scrolling facility, test review, filter selection, network enabled.

 32 channel acquisition comprising at 24

EEG and at least 5 bipolar channels also

unable as EEG and 03 DC/Transducer channels.

 Raw data storage for reformatting of sweep, speed, filters and montages during analysis.

 Choice of multiple reference to brain mapping i.e. Car A1, A2 unked ear, C2.

 Facility to view analysis and acquisition of same time.

 High performance machine is capable of taking record in ICU condition.

 Unlimited continuous storage depends upon hard disk capacity.

 Facility to archieve data on CD

 Facility to measure amplitude and time duration.

 Unlimited montage formation can be possible.

 Facility for auto searching of events and comments.

 Facility to mark and delete events in

analysis.

 User definable events with user definable hot keys.

 Facility of reporting in MS word (MS office software optional).

 Facility to store pre define comments with user definable hot keys.

 Different modes of going to any part of

EEG i.e.

a) Page forward and backward

b) Auto FWD & BWD

c) Event to event jump

d) Search bar

 User editable photic sets with frequencies ranging from 1 to 30 Hz.

 Optical isolation of head box to electrically isolate patient from data system can be provide.

 Compatible with windows 98 and window millennium.

 Fully compatible with celero pentium P-

III, Pentium IV and Hardware.

 CSA/DSA facility should be provided.

 User has facility to make its own LF & HF filter.

 A/D conversion 14 bit in hardware.

 Sampling rate 1024 Hz/Channel with resolution enhancement to 16 digital signal processing.

 Storage rate 256 Hz. Channel with resolution enhancement to 16 bits by signal processing.

 Noise level < 1 u Mohm (0.1 to 1000 Hz)

 Input independence > 10 M Ohm (0) to

100 Hz

 Acquisition method raw data with full sensitivity and full bandwidth.

 Sensitivity / LF/HF/Notch / Muscle Rej /.

Montage implemented in a only for display / printouts.

 Sensitivity 1 to 1000 uv / mm

 Lf (Hz) 0.1, 0.3, 0.5, 1.0, 3.0, 5.0 Hz and

4. PSY-04

ECT Machine

other user definable (0 to 7 Hz) pole.

 Muscle Rej. ON/00, 30 Hz double pole.

 Hardware : Head box, photic stimulator with adjustable stand.

 Accessories : Re-usable patients leads,

EEG, Jelly, PC cable etc.

Space for operation

1. Room beside the medicine seminar hall with allotted by superintendent Hamidia Hospital.

However it has not been handed over to department of psychiatry because in this room tea canteen is running.

Necessary technical staff:

ECT Machine will be operated by psychiatrists.

Specifications:

Constant current brief ECT machine with EEG and ECG recorder full microcomputer based.

Other ECT specification:

Three modes of operation provides wide choice:

- Mode 1:

Brief pulse PLS (frequency, pulse width duration

current selectable energy J calculated by micro computers).

Mode 2 :

Brief PLS 2 (Current, energy, selectable frequency pulse width.

Duration calculated by the micro computer)

Mode 3 :

Sine wave gives a controlled current sine wave.

Current :

Constant current ECT. The current is continuous adjustable from 500 mA to 800 mA in steps mA.

Frequency range:

30 to 90 Hz in 7 steps of 10 Hz each.

Pulse width :

Selectable from 0.8 mS to 2 mS in 7 steps of mS each.

Duration :

Selectable from 0.5 mS to 2 mS in 7 steps of mS each.

 The energy that would be delivered to a standard impedance of 200 ohm by the

selected parameter set is calculated dynamically.

 The actual energy delivered is displayed on screen according to the actual have impedance.

 The patient head impedance continuously measured dynamically during treatment of the on set of every pulse.

 At any time if the head impedance is outside the permissible limit the shock prematurely terminated and display show

ERR.

 Provision for automatic stop of the operation in case of any deviation from the present limit or malfunctioning of any part.

 Isolation provided to separates both the operator and the patient from the mal supply. Any accidental mishandling of the electrodes can not result in unwarranted mains supply sock under any condition.

 All the function keys are sequentially locked with the Reset key. the key needs to be depressed prior to depressing a function key.

Recorder selection:

 Chat speed - 10 mm and 25 mm /sec.

 Paper width : 105 mm.

 Recording system : ink writer

 Recording pen - Metallic light weight recording pen with 120 length.

Marker - Gives continuous mark as 1 Sec. intervals.

EEG Section :

 Sensitivity - Selectable from 20, 100, 200,

500 uv per chan.

 Frequency response : 2-60 Hz with 50 line filter.

 CMRR : > 80 db.

 Calibration voltage : 50 uv.

ECG section :

 Sensitivity - Selectable from 0.5, 1 & 2

5. PSY-05

Lithium analyser

6. PSY-06

Psychometric tools

mv/cm.

 Calibration voltage 1 mv.

 Frequency response : 2-60 Hz with 50 Hz line filter.

CMRR : > 80 db

Lithium analyser can be use to measure serum lithium.

Cabin beside the HOD chambers.

Necessary technical staff:

Machine will be operate by psychiatrists.

Specification :

01. Compact design

02. High performance and accuracy

03. Easy operation

04. Direct printer connectivity.

Space for operation :

Available

Necessary technical staff:

The post of clical psychologist will be created and to be filled. At present psychometric tests are done by Rahul Sharma (Clinical Psychologist)

who is appointed under District Mental Health program, Sehore.

Following psychological tests are required:

A. Personality Test:

01. Rorschach test with manual (Exiner's system)

02. 16PF Test : Farm A, B, C and D with manual.

B. Intelligence Tests:

01. Wechsler Adult intelligence scale - R (Indian

Adaptation) with manual.

02. Wechsler children intelligence scale-R

(Indian adaptation) with manual.

03. Raven's progressive color matrices with manual.

04. Segulin from board with manual.

C. Cognitive Test:

01. AIIMS Battery of Neuro cognitive assessment with manual.

NAME OF DEPARTMENT : BURN AND PLASTIC SURGERY

S.No.

1.

2.

Item Code Name of Equipment / Instrument

Electic Dermatome (S/S Stainlesst steel, Tunguston Coated Rust

Resistant)

Skin Graft Mesher (S/S-Stainlesst

Specification

1. The Dermatome should be able to out grafts or various widths. Should be provided with variable Gparts to adjust the width of the graft to

2". 2" or 4" should not need any earner to lift the graft from the donor (slite. The cut graft should automatically fold into the pock jet of the dermatome. The graft should be served by simplify lifting of the dematome up & away from the donor site without a carrier. The thickness of the graft should be adjusted with a pointer on the scale. The thickness of the graft should be adjustable to thousands of an inph.

The Dermatome unit should be supplied complete with motor unit i the handle set of guard, calibration guide, power plug cord, screw driver and should be supplied complete with a carrying case for proper maintenance J and 20 blades.

Mesher should have a full range of meshing

3.

4.

steel, Tunguston Coated Rust

Resistant)

Skin Grafting Handle (S/S Stainlesst

Steel, Tunguston Coated Rust resistant)

Pneumatic Tourniquet

ratios with adjustable meshing drum allowing meshing ratios from 1:1 to 4:1.

Should be able to use any sterile smooth plastic plate of 0.5 mm thickness as skin graft corner.

Variable mesher should be able to operate both as powered or manual mesher.

Should be simple & ergonomic design should be provided with

1. Sterilizing container

2. Skin graft carrier

3. Power pack including motor gear, batteries

4. Ratchet

5. Skin graft mesher

6. Mesher sheet

1. Skin graft handle humbys

2. Silver knife handle (Razor blade handle)

3. Skin graft handle box autoclavable

4. Skin graft board (graft spreader)

The tourniquet should be automatic one wit instant increase in pressure auto regulator to control pressure in the cuff, automatic time

5.

Microprocessor controlled power driver systems

(S/S stainlesst steel, Tunguston coated

Rust resistant)

setting with auto alarm.

Should have battery back up system automatically engaged in AC current is interrupted should have computerized memory.

Should have micro processor monitors and gives alarm both by audible and visual indicators.

Should have alarm for low pressure low battery, leaks, kinks elapse time and start up checks.

Should be able to operate either as single or double cuff functions.

Should be provided with autoclavable tourniquet cuffs with silicone bladder single and double for baby child and audit for ami and thigh.

Singled cuff set of 5 set of 3

Singled cuff set of 5 set of 2

Microprocessor controlled power driver system should provide complete functions of bone harvesting drilling & fixation of small bone and helps in osteosynthesis.

Should have computerised control with touch screen facility having options of digital display

of spjeed & to preselect acceleration and beraking of handpiece speed.

Should be provided with cable & footswitch & should be provided with complete set of following accessories.

Universal drill multiple handpiece 1:5 speed upto

30000 rpm.

Micro Saggital saw with blades with speed of

20000 cycles/min.

Micro Oscillating saw with blades with speed of

15000 rpm.

Micro reciprocating saw with blades with speed of 20000.

Basic plastic surgery instrument set

(S/S Stainlesst steel, tungustom coated rust resistant)

The instruments should be of improved steel with high precision quality with CE, TUV or

ISO 9002 certification.

1. The fine cutting instruments should be of

Tungsten carbide - Supercut variety.

The needle holders should be with Tungsten

Carbide inserts for extra durability.

1. Converse skin hook small.

1. Converse skin hook large.

1. Mathieu retractor (Cat's Paw)

1. Hajek's retractor

1. Langenbeck's retractor signal 1.

1. Langenbeck's retractor large.

1. Weislander retractor (self retaining)

1. Dental Syringe

1. Stainless steel scale 6"

1. Stainless steel scale 12"

1. Castroviejo calipers

1.Bristovv Bone Laver

1. Smith Peterson Osteotome 1 Omm

1 Smith Peterson Osteotome 20 Omm

1. Smith Peterson Osteotome 25 Omm

1. Tessier Osteotome set of 8.

1. Gouge 7"2mm

1. Gouge 7"4mm

1 French Chisel 11mm

1 Halsted Mosquito artery forceps 5 3/4" Cvd

1 Halsted Mosquito artery forceps 5 3/4" St.

1 Kocher Forceps

1 Kely Artery forceps st.

1 Kelly Artery forceps cvd

1 Dandy Tissue forceps

1 Mcindoe dissecting forceps 6" non toothed serrated jaws.

1 Potts Smith Dressing forceps 7"

1 Adson Tissue forceps 4 3/4" toothed delicate

1 Adson Tissue forceps serrated jaws 43/4"

1 Gillis Dissecting forceps 6" toothed.

1 Allies Tissue forceps 6" 4x5" teeth.

1 Elevator double ended, spoon shaped, Molt

Dissector

1 Howarth Elevator

1 Scissor angle short blades 18 mm width serrated bleades

1 Kliner scissors straight with fine points.

1 Kliner scissors curved on flat 12 cm

1 Mcindoe scissors cvd. On flat with round points 7"

1 Iris Scissors straight sharp Tc supercut.

1 Surgical scissors 5" st. sharp points TC

1 Mayo Hegar needle holder 614"

1 Derf needle holder 4 3/4"

1 Maltz Rasp Tc

1 Mcindoe rasp TC

1 Mallet 8 Oz

1 Asch forceps

1 Ruskin Bone cutting forceps

1 Luc's forceps

1 Padgett St bone cutting forceps

1 Padgett angled bone cutting forceps

1 Bunnel Bone drill small

1 Knuckle Bender Large

1 Knuckle bender Medium

1 Knuckle bender Small

1 Mcindoes Raspatory

1 Bard Parker Knife Handle No. 3

1 Bard Parker Knife Handle No. 4

1 Bard Parker long knife handle No. 3

Barron Knief Handle Octagonal

Backhaus Towel clips 3 /2

Cleft Palate Instruments

(S/S - Stainlesst Steel, Tunguston

Coated Rust Resistant)

Sponge holding tube 9 A"

Frazier suction tube 8 French

Frazier suction tube 10 French

Magilli's suction tube size 2

Meade wire cutter pilers

Dressing Trolley

Dingman Mouth GAG - Adult

Dingman Mouth GAG - Paediatric

Dingman Mouth GAG - Advanced Millart

Model

Dingman Mouth GAG - With Fibre optic connection for the blades

Cleft Palat Elevators Short Straight

Cleft Palat Elevators Short Left

Cleft Palat Elevators Short Right

1 Cleft Palate Elevators CD Left

1 Cleft Palate Elevators CD Right

1 Downs Cleft Palate Elevators Left

1 Downs Cleft Palate Elevators Right

1 Downs Cleft Palate Elevators Straight

1 Howarth Dissector / Elevator 5mm

1 Howarth Dissector / Elevator 3mm

1 Septal Elevator

1 Kilner skin hook

1 Flat Skin Hook

1 Cleft Palate Hook Single

1 Cleft Palate Hook Double

1 Long Tonsil Artery Forceps Straight

1 Long Tonsil Artery Forceps Curved

1 Long toothed Waugh forceps

1 Long non toothed Waugh Forceps

1 Adsons Forceps 4 3/4"

1 Adsons Toothed forceps 4 3/4"

1 Senn Double End retractor plain

1 Senn Double End retractor claw type

1 Hajek Cheek Retractor

1 Disposable Cheek Retractor Paediatric

1 Disposable Cheek Retractor Adult

1 Cats Paw Pair

1 IRIS scissor straight sharp 4'/2"

1 IRIS Scissor curved sharp 4'/4"

1 Tenetomy Scissor curved

Boxes, Containers

(S/S-Stainlesst Steel, Tunguston

Coated Rust resistant)

1 Cleft Palate Scissors

1 Dental Sealers Set

1 Dental Sealer Double Ended : Types

Dental Curette 6"

1 Mithchells Trimmer

Ruler

Calipers

Long Needle Holder

1 Knot Tier / Pusher - Negus 1

1 Mouth Prop.

Stainless steel Box for Max kit with two trays.

Stainless steel box for Bone plates & screw.

Stainless steel box for Bone Plate & Screw Small for 1.5 or 2 or 2.5 mm Stailess Steel Box for

General Instruments small medium big. Box with 12 containers for screw & plates.

Drill Bits container

K write container

Mini screw container

Mini plate container

General instrument box with Sijicone Mate

1. Round skin hook gillies & medium

2. Flat Skin hook

3. Flat skin hook long

4 Double skin hook sharp small

5 Double skin hook sharp wide

6. Double hook blunt

7. Killans septal elevator

8. Freer elevator

9. Joseph Skin elevator

10. Cottle elevator

11. Pierce elevator

12. Masing - graduate elevator

13. Farabeuf elevator straight

14. Farabeuf elevator curved

15. Killians septal elevator with suction

16. Aufricht retractor wide /narrow

17. Aufricht waiter retractor

18. Kliner ala retractor

19. Senn double and retractor - claw type

20. Senn double end retractor

21. Senn Miller retractor

22. Cottle columella clamp

23 MM chisel

24. 3/4 MM Chisel

25. 7MM Chisel

26. Single guarded chisel

27. Silver chisel left

28. Silver chisel right

29. Double guarded chisel 7/8/14/16MM

30. Me Indoes nasal chisel 13/15 MM

31. Silver cartilage chisel cd lt/rt

32. Converse osteotome 1 mm / 2mm

33. Nasal saw straight

34. Nasal saw left

35. Nasal saw right

36. Ballengers swivel knife

37. Ballengers swivel knife dbayonet shaped

38. Joseph button end knife

39. V cut Gouge

40. Blunt gouge

41. Bayonet gouge

42. Cross Serrated Rasp

43. Forward cutting rasp

44. Backward cutting rasp

45. Double action rasp

46. Glabellar Rasp

47. Maltz Rasp double ended

48. Diamond Rasp Small

49. Diamond Rasp medium

50. Mallet Nylon head

51. Mallet Ordinary

52. Cartilage crusher

53. Septal lower Lateral Morselizer

54. Suction Tio No. 7/9/12

55. Ruler

56. Calipers

57. Killains Nasal Sdpeculam

58. Thudichums Nasal Spectulam

59. Trocar & Cannula

60. Flat Knife Handle No. 3

61. Nasal Splint Pack of 10

62. Nasal Splint with forehead extension Pack of

100

63. Webster Needle holder

64. 5" Needle holder

65. Gilldies Needle Holder

66. TC Needle holder

67. Adsons Forceps non Toothed

68. Adsoons forceps Toothed

69. Adsons Forcept Cross Serrated

70. Bayonet forceps

71. Tilleys Dressing forceps

72. Lues forceps set of 3

73. Septum Punch forceps

74. Asch forceps

75. Walsharm forceps

76. Baby Waishram forceps

77. Nasal Septal Forceps Straight & Angled

78. Baby Mosquito forceps straight

79. Baby Mosquito forceps curved

80. Tenetomy Scissors Straight

81. Tenetomy Scissors curved

82. Kliner scissors straight

Infusion Pump

(S/S- Stainlesst Steel, Tunguston

Coated Rust resistant)

83. Kliner scissors curved

84. Iris Scissor curved

85. Foraon Angular Scissors

86. Aufricht Scissors

87. Cartilage Scissors

Infusion Pump

Medical pump (4169) Dispenser DP 20 For

Tumescense Local Anesthesia

For Lipio Suction Surgery of 0-20

LT/H with On-OFF Pdeal OT suitable with forward mode, tubing set.

Nouvag Swiss Make

Radio frequency machine

(S/S Stainlesst steel, Tunguston coated

accessory probes and models.

Rust resistant)

With Monopolar and bipolar resurfacig and other

Dermabrasion instrument

(S/S-Stainlesst Steel, Tunguston

Coated Rust resistant)

1 Korean Micro motor with detachable NSK hand piece.

2. Keren micro Motor with detachable NSK hand piece.

Diamond Burrs (Round Wheels)

3. 15x1 Omm

Horizontal Laminar flow

Electrophoresis complete set

4. 14x1 Omm

5. 11xSmm

Cylindrical

6. 6x11mm

7. 7x11mm

8. 12x14mm

Size : 4' x 2' x 2' size of Hepa filter 4 x 2' x 6'

- Stainless steel top, transparent front door (5mm size)

- Unit fitted with prefilter & one 2 x 40 W HEPA filter (0.03 Micron size)

- Fluorscent illumination

- Built in germicidal UV light.

- Cock for gas

- Height of working table should be comfortable in sit down.

- Working position for the operator.

- Recessed knee space.

Mini plus horizontal gel unit with removable casting tray and 2 x 1 mm thick, 16-sample combs and coloured loading strips.

Technical specification

Unit dimensions (WxLxH) - 16.5 x 23 x 6.5 cm

Gel Dimension (W X L) 10 x 11.5 cm

Buffer volume - 450 ml

Maximum sample capacity - 80

Combs -2

Comb thickness - 1, 1.5, or 2 mm

Comb throughput - 4 to 20 samples

Comb slots - 4

Migration Distance between comb slots - 2.5

Recommended Running voltage - 75 to 125v

Power output connectors (diameter) - Shrouded,

4 mm.

Dean

Gandhi Medical College

Bhopal

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