Tender for Supply of Equipments in the Department of Pathology size

Tender for Supply of Equipments in the Department of Pathology size
EMPLOYEES’ STATE INSURANCE CORPORATION
MEDICAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL,
NH-3, NIT, FARIDABAD, Haryana-121001
(Under Ministry of Labour, Govt. of India)
Phone: 0129-4156471
No:07(Re-Path)/2015-fbd
/Re-Tender
Date:10/12/15
07(Re-Path)/2015-fbd/ReTender
Re-Tender Enquiry No.
Date of floating Re-Tender:
Last Date & time of submitting of Re-Tender:
Date and time of opening Re-Tender:
Name of Item
10/12/2015
12/1/2016(1.00 pm)
12/1/2016(2.00 pm)
Earnest
Money
Supply of Equipments in the Department As mentioned
of Pathology in ESIC Medical College & in list against
Hospital, Faridabad ( As Per list)
each item
Bid
System
Double
bid
Re-Tender
Document
Cost
Rs. 500/-
Date
of
Opening Of
Re-Tender
12.1.2016
at 2.00 pm
Dean, ESIC Medical College &Hospital, NH-3, Faridabad invites sealed bid under double
bid system- Technical Bid and Price Bid:For Supply of Pathology Equipments in the Department of Pathology in ESIC
Medical College & Hospital, Faridabad.
Note: Those Tenderers who have applied in response to our earlier tender No.
07/2015-fbd dated 4/11/15 and have not received intimation of non acceptance
need not apply again.
Interested firms are requested to collect Re-Tender form with term & Conditions from
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Dean’s Office ESIC Medical College & Hospital, NH-3, Faridabad, on any working day
from 10.00 am to 3.00 pm and on Saturday from 10.00 am to 12 noon at the cost of Rs.
500 (Five hundred) in the form of Demand Draft (Nonrefundable) in favour of ESIC FUND
ACCOUNT NO. 1 payable at Faridabad. Re-Tender documents can also be downloaded
from ESIC website (http://www.esic.nic.in, http://www.esicmcfbd.org) in that case DD for
the cost is to be enclosed with Re-Tender. Re-Tender form is to be submitted completed
in all respects along with prescribed EMD in favour of ESIC FUND ACCOUNT NO. 1
payable at Faridabad in form of Demand Draft. The Annexure- V (a) &V (b) contains the
format in which price has to be quoted as per the commercial terms for the Re-Tender.
Re-Tender complete in all respects should be dropped in Re-Tender box kept in the
Committee Room of the Dean Office, ESIC Medical College & Hospital, Faridabad. ReTender received after 1.00 pm on due date will not be entertained. The Technical Bid and
Price Bid must be sealed by the bidder in the separate envelopes duly super scribed
“Technical Bids for Supply of Pathology Equipments in the Department of
Pathology in ESIC Medical College & Hospital, Faridabad”, and “Price Bid for
Supply of Pathology Equipments in the Department of Pathology in ESIC Medical
College & Hospital, Faridabad” both the sealed envelope are to be put in the bigger
envelope which should also be sealed and super scribed, “Bid For Supply of
Pathology Equipments in the Department of Pathology in ESIC Medical College &
Hospital, Faridabad”.
Notwithstanding anything stated above, the Purchaser reserves the right to assess
the Re-Tenderer’s capability and capacity to perform the contract satisfactorily before
deciding on award of Contract, should circumstances warrant such an assessment in the
overall interest of the Purchaser.
The Purchaser reserves the right to ask for a free demonstration of the quoted items at a
pre-determined place acceptable to the purchaser for technical acceptability as per the
Re-Tender specifications, before the opening of the Price Re-Tender.
Re-Tenders will be opened on the due date at 2.00 pm in the Conference room of
the ESIC Medical College & Hospital, NH-3, Faridabad In the presence of bidders or their
authorized representative. If due date of opening is declared holiday, Re-Tender will be
opened on next working day at same time and place.
The undersigned reserves the right to accept or reject any or all the bids without
assigning any reason at any stage.
DEAN
ESIC Medical College& Hospital, NH-3, Faridabad
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EMPLOYEES’ STATE INSURANCE CORPORATION
MEDICAL COLLEGE &HOSPITAL
NH-3,NIT, FARIDABAD Haryana-121001
(Under Ministry of Labour, Govt. of India)
Phone: 0129-4156471
No. 07(Re-Path)/2015-fbd/Re-Tender
Date:10.12.15
SUB: For Supply of Pathology Equipments in ESIC Medical College, Faridabad.
RE-TENDER DOCUMENT
Re-Tender is invited for Supply of Pathology Equipment in the Department of
Pathology for ESIC Medical College, Faridabad up to scheduled time and Date. Sealed
Re-Tenders should bear the Re-Tender inquiry No and be clearly super scribed as “For
Supply of Pathology Equipments for Pathology Department in ESIC Medical College,
Faridabad. Re-Tenders submitted after scheduled time shall out rightly be rejected.
1.
1.
Automatic tissue processor
1
80,000
Warranty CMC
Required
or not
2years
Yes
2.
2.
Tissue Embedding Station
1
50,000
2years
Yes
3.
3.
Automated Rotary Microtome
2
1,00,000
2years
Yes
4.
4.
Tissue Floatation Bath
2
5000
2years
Yes
5.
5.
Hot plates
2
5000
2years
Yes
6.
6.
Cytospin Centrifuge
1
50,000
2years
Yes
7.
7.
5 Part Hematology Analyser
1
1,00,000
2years
Yes
9.
8.
Fully Automated Coagulometer
1
1,15,000
2years
Yes
10.
9.
Semi Automated Coagulometer
1
20,000
2years
Yes
11.
10.
Automatic ESR Analyser
1
25,000
2years
Yes
S.No.
ReTender
S.No.
Name of Item
Qty
EMD (Rs.)
3
12.
11.
Pentahead Microscope with
Microphotographic apparatus
Autoclave electric
1
60,000
2years
Yes
1
4,000
2years
Yes
1
5,000
2years
Yes
1
5,000
2years
Yes
3
7,500
2years
Yes
15.
12.
16.
13.
17.
14.
18.
15.
Hot air oven (50 degree Celsus)
for special staining
Digital electronic Weighing
Balance
Laboratory Centrifuge machine
19.
16.
Spectrophotometer
1
4,000
2years
Yes
20.
17.
Laboratory Refrigerator
3
25,000
2years
Yes
21.
18.
Sperm quality analyser
1
25,000
2years
Yes
22.
19.
Sahli Hemoglobinometers
120
4,500
nil
Nil
23.
20.
Hemocytometers
120
12,000
nil
Nil
24.
21.
Micropipettes
15
15,000
2 years
Nil
1-2.5µl
2
0.5-1µl
2
2-20µl
3
10-100µl
3
20-200µl
3
100-1000µl
2
25.
22.
pH Meter
1
4000
2years
Yes
26.
23.
Vortex Mixer
1
1000
2years
Yes
27.
24.
Slide Storage Cabinet
1
4000
nil
Nil
28.
25.
Block Storage Cabinet
1
6000
nil
Nil
29.
26.
UG Histopathology Slide Set
4
6000
nil
Nil
30.
27.
Cryostat
1
90000
2years
Yes
Re-Tenders complete in all respect, must be dropped in the Re-Tender box kept in the Office of
the Dean, ESIC Medical College & Hospital, NH-3, Faridabad, Haryana on or before the last
date mentioned in the Re-Tender notification. The Re-Tenders will be opened as scheduled and
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indicated in the Re-Tender notification, in the Conference hall at 2.00 pm in the presence of ReTenderer’s or their representatives on behalf of the bidder who may like to be present on that
day. The representative of the bidder should bring with him a letter of authority from the bidder
and proof of identification. In case date of opening of Re-Tender is declared as holiday ReTenders shall be received and opened on next working day as per the above mentioned
schedule.
Two Bid System
Re-Tenderers are to submit two sealed bids Viz. Techno-commercial Bid and Price Bid
separately super-scribing as “Re-Tender For Supply of Pathology Equipments in the
Department of Pathology in ESIC Medical College, Faridabad (Name of item) due
on 12.1.2016 on first envelope and “Price Bid” for “Re-Tender For Supply of
Pathology Equipment in the Department of Pathology in ESIC Medical College,
Faridabad (Name of item) due on 12.1.2016 on the second envelope. Both the
envelopes should have name of the company quoting the Re-Tender. Each and every
page of the quotation should be separately numbered and duly signed. Both the
envelopes are again to be sealed and put in a single envelope super-scribing name of
item and name of company. Last date of submission of Re-Tender addressed to the
Dean, ESIC Medical College & Hospital, NH-3, Faridabad as follows:
The Re-Tender/s (Technical bid and price bid envelopes) should be put in sealed
envelope addressed to the Dean, ESIC Medical College & Hospital, NH-3, Faridabad,
Haryana-121001. The envelope should be super-scribed as “Re-Tender for Supply of
Pathology Equipments in the Department of Pathology in ESIC Medical College,
Faridabad(Name of item) due on 12.1.2016.
The contents of price Bid should include following items:
The information given at Techno commercial bid should be reproduced in price bid with
prices indicated.
Rates/Price should be typed both in words as well as in figures, free from erasing, cutting
and over-writing
Price quoted should match with the items quoted in technical bid.
Each and every page of the quotation be separately numbered and duly signed.
Only Techno-commercial bid (Un-Priced bid) will be opened first and shall be referred for the
Technical Evaluation. The price bid of only those Re-Tenderers whose technical bid is found
acceptable by a committee authorized by the competent authority will be opened for further
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action.
In case the price quoted cannot be matched with the item/s quoted in technical bid the bid
shall be liable to be rejected
Price and S.T. / VAT must be quoted separately. The price should be all inclusive lump sum
including cost of the item, freight, insurance, transit insurance, packing forwarding etc. and
including charges for installation and commissioning with all the men and material required
for the same and for the quoted warranty period.
The price should be on F.O.R. ESIC Medical College & Hospital, NH-3, Faridabad basis. No
other charges in addition will be payable on any account over and above the lump sum price
quoted in the price bid except S.T/VAT. The rates quoted in ambiguous terms such as
“Freight on actual basis” or “Taxes as applicable extra” or “Packing forwarding extra” will
render the bid liable to rejection.
The price of the items should be quoted in Indian Rupees only.
The contents of Techno Commercial Bid (Two bidRe-Tenders) should include
following items
1 Covering letter indicating the list of enclosures.
2 Cost of Re-Tender documents if downloaded from website by demand draft.
3 EMD in accordance with instructions as above.
4 Name and detailed specifications of the quoted item with price Blanked
5 Name and detailed specifications of essential accessories if any with price Blanked
6 Name and detailed specifications of optional accessories if any with price Blanked
7 Warranty Offered 2 Year/s (Minimum for Two Years)
8 Rates of CAMC minimum for 5 years after expiry of warranty as and where required.
9 User list.
10 Statement of deviation parameter wise from specifications if any.
11 Statement of deviation parameter wise from Re-Tendered conditions, if any.
12 Copy of PAN No. /I.T.R. of last three years.
13 Proof of Turnover of at least Rs. 2.5 Crore each year for past three consecutive years.
14 Authority letter from manufacturer authorizing the distributor/stockiest if applicable.
15 Name and address of nearest authorized service center
16 Catalogue of the item showing the make/model no and specifications
17 Declaration/ undertaking on stamp paper as per the proforma enclosed (Annexure III)
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING CONTRACT
1. Any amendments in the Re-Tender documents at any stage of Re-Tender shall be uploaded
on
the
website
www.esic.nic.in,
in
the
link
for
Re-Tender
Haryana
and
on
www.esicmcfbd.org.Bidders shall not be permitted to withdraw their offer or modify the terms
and conditions of these bidding documents. In case the bidder fails to observe and comply
with the stipulations made herein or back out after quoting the rates or imposes any
additional conditions, the aforementioned demand draft shall be forfeited.
2. One time custom exemption certificate for import of Hospital items under condition no. 86 at
sl. No. 485 of the Ministry of Finance, Department of Revenue vide notification no. 12/2012Customs dated 17th March 2012 has been issued for ESIC Medical College, Faridabad
(Annexure-I).
3. Bidders or their manufacturer’s who stand deregistered /banned/ blacklisted from any
government authority in the past 5 years need not participate in the bidding.
4. The Re-Tenderer must enclose a draft/banker Cheque for sum mentioned against each
items as earnest money drawn in the favour of ESI Fund A/C No.1 payable at Faridabad or
New Delhi, in case the bank does not have a clearing house at Faridabad, or fixed deposit
receipt from a commercial bank or bank guarantee from a commercial bank which should be
valid for a period of 9 months from last date of closure of bid.
5. EMD Deposited with earlier Re-Tender if any or in any other form as given, will not be
adjusted/accepted against this Re-Tender. Re-Tender without EMD will not be accepted in
any case.
6. Re-Tenderer will have to demonstrate the quoted item to the Technical Evaluation
Committee within the stipulated time frame as and when asked for. The Re-Tender shall be
liable to be cancelled on non-compliance of this clause.
7. EMD will be released to unsuccessful bidder/s after finalization of Re-Tender.
8. Preference shall be given to Re-Tenderer who shall bid for 3 or more different items
mentioned in the Re-Tender.
9. 10% of the payment shall be with-held from the successful bidder, alternately the successful
bidder shall submit bank guarantee for 3 months prospectively from the period of expiry of
warranty. The same will be released on satisfactory performance of the item after expiry of
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warranty.
10. Either the authorized Indian agent on behalf of the principal/OEM or principal/OEM itself can
bid but both cannot bid simultaneously for the same item/product in the same Re-Tender.
11. If an agent submits bid on behalf of one principal/OEM, the same agent shall not submit a
bid on behalf of another principal/OEM in the same Re-Tender for same item/product.
12. The company will get only one chance for demonstration In case the company fails to
arrange the demonstrationthe Re-Tender shall be liable to be cancelled.
13. The date for demonstration shall be fixed with mutual consent on telephone/e-mail the same
shall be confirmed in writing and by fax/e-mail. Only reasonable time shall be given to
arrange for demonstration.
14. In case demonstrationof the item is asked (if any) the same has to be arranged at
Faridabad.
15. Only the manufacturers or their authorized distributor/ ocusing
would be considered.
16. Re-Tenderer must provide the telephone and fax no/e-mail with Re-Tender for all
correspondence.
17. The item should be guaranteed/warranted for a minimum period of two years or as
mentioned in specifications from the date of satisfactory inspection, installation and
commissioning.
18. Re-Tenderer should have service setup at Delhi NCR region.
19. Delivery schedule: - Within 45 days after placement of supply order.
20. Firm should undertake to enter into Comprehensive Annual Maintenance Contract (CAMC)
for item where ever required as well as for accessories attached, for minimum period of five
years after completion of warranty period and accordingly quote the rates of CAMC for five
years. The rates quoted should be both for Comprehensive AMC (CMC) as well Non
Comprehensive AMC (AMC) for five years. Firm should undertake to keep the item in
running order throughout the year and in case of item going out of order during
warranty/AMC/CMC the fault will be attended within 24 hours and rectified within 7 days of
lodging the complaint. Failure to rectify the fault would entail downtime penalty @ 0.25% of
basic cost of item per week.
21. The Re-Tenderer will be responsible to provide training to supporting staff for the purchased
item.
22. TheRe-Tenderer shall assure availability of spare parts for at least 10 years for items
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requiring propriety spare parts or costing 10 Lakhs or more.
23. All spare parts required for installation and standardization of system to be given free of cost.
24. The Re-Tenderer shall submit list of users and satisfactory report of quoted model from
reputed institute preferably Government institute/ hospitals.
25. The Dean through a committee shall arrange for inspection and installation of items at
Medical College Faridabad and payment shall be released after final acceptance certificate is
issued as per Proforma enclosed (Annexure-VII).
26. The purchase committee or any of its members may visit the factory/facility to determine the
eligibility of the Re-Tenderer.
27. Payment of item will be made through ECS within two weeks after the successful
installation, commissioning, and training to user department and satisfactory inspection of the
item.
28. For the item where spare parts are required. The price bid must include: A) Rate list
indicating the prices and packing prevalent on date of Re-Tendering, B) List indicating cost
and life of consumables.
29. Photocopy of ITR/ PAN No. Should be enclosed with the completed Re-Tender as
mentioned in Annexure VIII.
30. Re-Tenderer if not a manufacturer, has to submit manufacturer’s authorization certificate as
per Annexure IV.
31. If the committee deems fit and desires to visit the manufacturing unit, the same has to be
arranged by the bidder.
32. The committee shall reserve the right to seek performance report from the institutions where
the manufacturer’s item has been supplied.
33. CE statement of compliance from CE notified body or its local supporting affiliate should be
submitted for each individual item.
34. ISO/9001/14001/18001/13485 certification to be submitted wherever necessary.
35. The validity of Re-Tender will be for a period of six months from the date of opening
(Extendable).
36. If any accessories are required with the item must be quoted along with the item itself.
37. Rates of spares chargeable may be indicated with the Re-Tender.
38. The Dean reserves the right to accept or reject any or all the Re-Tenders without assigning
any reason(s) thereof.
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39. The Re-Tenderer is required to submit undertakings as per the Performa enclosed on a nonjudicial stamp paper of Rs.100/- .
40. If the item needs calibration, the firm shall be responsible for calibration as part of CMC.
41. Amount of AMC/CMC as the case may be, shall also be considered for arriving at the lowest
cost.
42. The successful bidder shall be determined based on fulfillment of minimum eligibility
Criteria specified in the Re-Tender document and lowest prices quoted by the participant
bidders.
43. If it appears to this office that the items provided by the bidder is defective or of inferior
quality or does not match with the requirements of this office or otherwise not in accordance
with the terms and conditions, the supplier on demand of this office shall forthwith rectify the
defects on its own cost as per the requirements of this office and in the event of its failure to
do so within a period specified by this office in the demand aforesaid the supplier will be
liable to pay compensation as decided by the competent authority.
44. The schedule of completion of purchase shall be strictly adhered to as defined in the ReTender document, as time is the essence of the contract. Any unjustified and unacceptable
delay in completion of the purchase shall render the supplier liable for the liquidated
damages @ 1.5% of the contract price /week subject to a maximum of 5 weeks and
thereafter this office shall have the option to cancel the purchase order and get the work
completed from any other source at the risk and cost of the supplier. The supplier shall also
be liable to pay to this office a cancellation charge of 10% of the value of goods supplied.
The payment or deductions of such sums shall not relieve the supplier from his obligations to
complete the supply or from his other obligations and liabilities under this contract
agreement. The date of completion of the purchase in accordance with the Re-Tender
documents shall be deemed to be essence of the contract and must be completed no later
than the period specified therein. Extension will not be given except in exceptional
circumstances should however, execution is delayed over after the expiry of the contracted
period, without prior concurrence of this office; such execution will not deprive the office of its
right to recover liquidated damages. The decision of the competent authority of this office in
this regard shall be final and binding.
45. In the event of any dispute or differences between the contractor and the office whether
arising during the execution of orders under these terms and conditions or thereafter whether
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by breach in manner in regard to the construction of the terms and conditions or the
respective rights and liabilities of the parties here to there under or any matter or thing, out of
or in relation to or in connection with these terms and conditions then the decision of the
DEAN, ESIC MEDICAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL, NH-3, FARIDABAD, HARYANA will be
final.
46. Disclaimer:
The near relatives of the employees of ESIC MEDICAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL, NH-3,
NIT, FARIDABAD, HARYANA, are prohibited from participation in this bid. The near relatives
for this purpose are defined as:
a) Members of Hindu undivided family,
b) Their husband or wife,
c) The one is related to the other in the manner as father, mother, son(s), son’s wife
(daughter-in-law), daughter(s) & daughter’s husband (son-in-law), brother(s), brother’s
wife, sister(s) and sister’s husband (brother-in-law).
47. The contract shall be subject to the jurisdiction of competent courts of laws at
Faridabad/Haryana.
48. The authority reserves the right to seek satisfactory performance report directly from the user
enlisted in the user list provided by the bidder.
Dean
ESIC Medical College& Hospital, NH-3, Faridabad
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S.N
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Item
1.
Automatic
Tissue
Processor
Qty
Technical Specifications
1. The equipment should be carousel type with 12 stations of 1.8 litre each ;
10 reagent stations, 2 wax baths.
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2. The System should have inbuilt vacuum with fume control.
3. Metal tissue basket having less base diameter compare to upper diameter
to avoid sticking of basket and a capacity of 100 cassettes.
4. Audible alarms, error message and warning codes should be available.
5. Ergonomic control panel with full protected keyboard and LCD should be
available.
6. Easy editing and changing of programs, even during a processing run
should be an available feature.
7. Delayed start function up to 9 days should be possible. Auto-restart
function should also be available.
8. Infiltration time separately programmable for each station should be
available.
9. The equipment should have nine freely selectable programmes.
10. Drain time should not exceed 60 sec.
11. Possibility of interrupting an automatic process for reloading or
removing cassettes for
special applications before the end of a run should be available.
12. Baskets should automatically immerse in a station during the power
failure.
13. Suitable online UPS support with minimum one hour backup should be
available.
14. The equipment should be USA- FDA/European- CE approved
2.
Tissue
Embedding
Station
1. Microprocessor controlled bench top unit with high specimen throughput.
2. Paraffin reservoir capacity should be a minimum of 3-4 liter
3. Paraffin reservoir temperature setting range from 50°C to 75 °C with +/1°C steps
with 1 degree Increment
4. Ample cold plate with -6 to 15 C temperature to accommodate at least up
to 60 blocks.
5. Refrigerated spot integrated in cold plate to assist tissue orientation
6. Cassette bath to store at least up to 80-100 cassettes
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7. Mold warmer temperature programmable from 50°C to 75°C with +/- 1°C
steps with 1 degree Increment
8. Work surface temperature programmable from 50°C to 75°C with +/- 1°C
steps with 1 degree Increment
9. Paraffin reservoir, cassette bath, mold warmer and work surface
temperature should be individually temperature adjustable.
10. Instrument should be programmable for work-days, work starting time,
work end time, real time and day of the week for Automatic switch on/off of
the instrument.
11. LED Illuminated workspace for clear visibility of the processing with
User Friendly Adjsutable magnifier
12. Activation of paraffin flow via foot switch or using the pressure clip
should be available.
13. Spacious paraffin collection tray to collect excess paraffin from work
surface should be available.
14. Suppliers should have a good number of installation base with efficient
after sales support with proven track record.
15. The equipment should be USA- FDA/European- CE approved model.
16 System Should be Supplied with moulds 15 x 15 x 5 mm 12 Pcs. & 24 x
30 x 5 mm 12 Pcs.
17 Suitable online UPS support with minimum one hour backup should be
available.
3.
Automatic
Thin
Microtome
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facility to cut delicate as well as hard tissue
Automated specimen advance with ocusing cutting
Should have different sectioning modes such as manual, continuous,
single. Step stroke & programme mode.
Alternate trimming and sectioning modes with micrometer feed
mechanism
Maximum advance speed 500 - 1500 u/sec.
Section thickness 0.5 – 50 u
Trim Thickness 2-100 u
Digital display of distance and number of section cut
Emergency stop button
Removable debris tray
Knife locking pin to secure blade holder to the fixed knife stage
Speed option - low / medium / high
UPS for 1hrs. power back up
Low profile disposable blade
- 100pkts
High profile disposable blade -100pkts
2 yrs warranty + 5 yr CMC for equipment & UPS
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 Should have a power supply of 220VAC at 50 Hz.
 Should be USFDA and/or European CE approved.
Demonstration of equipment required during

4.
Tissue
Floatation
Bath
technical evaluation.
User list should be provided along with satisfactory performance
report.
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Water bath for flattening of tissue sections
Round /Rectangular chamber
External dimensions
Rectangular 325-350 X 275-300 X 107-110 mm
Circular
320-330 X 159-170 mm
Bowl diameter (both rectangular & circular)222-225mm dia.
& 70-85mm. Depth respectively.
Bowl made up of high quality aluminum
Both bowl and upper casing with matte black coating
Stainless steel lid
Temperature +30 degree centigrade to + 90 degree centigrade
Safe heating system with ceramic ballast resistance to avoid
overheating and damage in case of empty bath
2yr warranty
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The equipment should be a Bench-top centrifuge for cytology
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Monolayer
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The equipment should be capable of thin-layer cell preparation for
retrieving cells from various body fluids especially paucicellular
fluids and preserving their morphology

Should be capable of processing up to 12 specimens at one time

Should be equipped with Biological safety cabinet for safety of the
operator
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Auto-lid lock during rotation with a special lid-release mechanism
should be available
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Should be designed for easy disinfection and also have a wipe- clean
control panel

Should be resistant to fluid spillage on the electronic components
with capped disposable sample compartments/ chambers for
elimination of aerosol

May have different sizes of disposable chambers

Safety alarms during all stages of operation should be available

Microprocessor based controls and programming for time and speed
with pull-out program card for fast retrieval

Should be compliant with international standards for electrical
equipment requirements for laboratory use

220 V, 50Hz

Speed 100 to 4,000 rpm

Noise levels < 50 Db

The equipment should be a automated slide preparation system that
produces uniform thin-layer slides for both gynecologic and nongynaecological sample processing which should remove obscuring
blood, mucus, debris and also thoroughly mix the sample

Processes about 80 samples per cycle with automatic chain-ofcustody verification of patient samples

The equipment should be USA- FDA/European- CE approved
Model.
The rate of accessories written below to be included in the bid
•
Accessories for Cytospin
•
•
•
100
•
24 pcs
Sealed head
Head Seals – Silicone rubber (3/ pack)
Filter cards 200/bx
Cytoclip, stainless steel slide clip 4 pack(pack of 6 each)
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1x5
7.
Fully
Automated
Hematology
Analyser with
5-part
differential
and
reticulocyte
count
•
Mega funnel for spinning large samples upto 6ml/25 box
1x4
•
Cytoslide single circle coated 100 / box
100
1. Should provide complete blood cell counting including 5 part WBC
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differential with capability of doing Reties and NRBC enumeration
2. Must be upgradable to attach with fully automated slide-maker & slide
stainer in future
3. Must automatically enumerate Nucleated Red Blood Cells in the
CBC/Diff Mode and without additional reagents
4. Should be based on the principle of counting and sizing
5. Must analyse leucocytes in their native state through laser based scatter
analysis .
6. Hemoglobin method equal in accuracy to reference method
7. Extended Platelet counting
8. True 5 part differential analysis by 3 dimensional measurement
9. PC based data management with all scatter plots, histograms and display
and in print
10. Automatic probe wipe and wash
11. Open Vial, Predilute and Closed vial mode
12. Must have STAT capability with Positive Bar code identification facility
13. User defined rules & flagging limits
14, Database capacity of at least 20,000 sets of results and graphics
15. Should have workload recording
16. Should have unlimited number of user-definable control files
17. Should have auto stop function in event of unacceptable control data
18. Should be able to transmit results to host computer
19. Throughput should be minimum 100 samples. / hour in Primary mode.
20. Linearity of PLt to be from 0.0 to 3000x1000 cells/microlitres
21. WBC linearity should 0.0 to 3000 x 1000 cells/microlitres
22. Must be able to select CBC, CBC and Diff and Reticulocyte testing mode
23. Must extend analysis time for cytopenic samples (RBC, Plt and WBC)
24. Must directly measure MCV
25. Should be able to differentiate between smaller RBcs and Larger
Platelets
26. Must have auto purge function in the software
27. The supplier should have excellent service backup and at least 10 similar
machines installed in reputed hospitals/labs.
28. Suitable UPS with One hr backup
29. At least 20 Quality control Files which store 100 runs each XB analysis
30. Should be able to work with Laser printer which should be supplied with
the instrument
31. Should not use more than 5 reagents including cleaning agent in order to
minimize inventory,lot to lot quality control, maintenance and calibration
32. Should have inbuilt autoloader cum mixer with capability of loading min
90 samples at any time
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33. Should be able to provide Min at least 30 different parameters.
8.
Fully
automated
coagulation
analyzer
9.
Semi
automated
coagulation
analyser
1. FULLY AUTOMATIC COAGULATION ANALYSER as Complete
walk away facility.
2. Bench top, Random access
3. Tests available: PT. APTT, Fibrinogen, TT, LA, All Factors, ATIII,
Heparin, PC, PS, PLG, AP, APCR, DDI, FDP, FM, vWF, etc.
4. Simultaneous measurement of Clotting, Chromomeric and
Immunological assays.
5. Insensitive to LIPEMIC, COLORED, HEMOLYSED plasma and turbid
reagent
6. Able to use primary sample tube.
7. Ability of continuous sample & reagent loading. i.e. during the run.
8. Ability to add, delete, rerun tests during the run.
9. Have in-built Barcode reader for positive identification of samples and
reagents i.e..,name, stability, volume, position etc.
10. Able to detect automatically positive sample and Regent positions
11. Possibility of Auto Rerun and Auto Redilution of samples.
12. Flexibility to rerun, add a test or delete a test, handling of star sample at
any time.
13. Availability of 1000 Cuvettes in roll.
14. Automatic dilution for samples and calibrators.
15. Positive sample and reagents level detection.
16. Have online sample reagents monitoring.
17. Sample positions more than 90 with all STAT Facility
18. Reagent positions more than 40, all at 15°C
19. Have data storage capacity of more than 500 patient including 10 or
more results per patient.
20. Participating company should have direct presence in India with relevant
application and service specialist for anytime support
21. Applications; multiple free training to users at site
22. Suitable UPS with One hr backup
1. Semi Automated Coagulation Analyzer should be portable and
with built in printer.
2. Should be able to run all clotting assays, i.e PT, PTTK,
FIBRINOGEN, TT, EXTRINSIC FACTORS, INTRINSIC
FACTORS, PC, PS, HEPARIN, LA.
3. Should be based on electromagnetic change in viscosity detection
mode by steel ball oscillation.
4. Should be microprocessor based controlled systems.
5. Should be user friendly and easy programmable.
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6. Should be able to calculate Fibrinogen from 1gm/ml to 9gm/ml
(Linearity for weak clots).
7. The Test should be insensitive to lipemic, hemolysed, bilirubin
rich and colored plasma also turbid reagents.
8. Test volume should be 100-250 µl in Cuvettes.
9. Programme for PT, PTTK, FIBRINOGEN, TT, FACTORS, PC,
PS, HEPARIN, LA. With facility for further programming.
10. Should have liquid crystal display of results.
11. Should have built in analyzer to give results in sec /INR / %age/
dl etc.
12. There should be at least four measuring channels and at least 1216 incubation channels.
13. Should have connected cabled pipette for reagent dispensing.
14. Automatic Start or stop with minimum lowest readout time 2-10
sec
10.
Automatic
ESR Analyser
15.
Reagent and sample volume requirement is half then the
volume required in manual methods.
16.
UPS to be provided with 2 hours power backup
Should be USFDA and/or European CE approved.
1. Should be based on Westergreen Principle and conforming to the
recommendations of International Council for Standardization in
Haematology (ICSH)
2. Should be able to accept EDTA blood samples in vacutainer tubes with
continuous loading possibilities.
3, System should offer very low running cost employing 80-100 or more
precision bore Westergren glass tubes, with automatic wash and reuse.
4. Should have facility to accept the sample rack of common blood cell
counter in a universal rack adapter for walk away operation.
5. System should be able to have one to five racks at one location, each rack
with a capacity to hold more than 10 samples on an average.
6. Should have bi-directional interface with LIMS for check of bar code and
select from rack only those samples meant for ESR and without need for
separation of ESR from non ESR
7. Machine should be equipped with autoloader and open access to samples
all the time when space is available, with positive sample identification bar
code reader.
8. Accurate and automatic on-board dilution with citrate solution and
automatic temperaturecorrection to specified temperature of 18°-20°C should
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be available.
9. The tubes should be automatically cleaned on board,
10. Should have the ability to detect even haziness in samples and measure
the position of themeniscus accurately and consistently for precise results.
11. System should have a minimum throughput of 50-60 samples in per
hour
12. The system should he ideally microbiologically safe for the operator and
environment.
13. Equipment will be supplied with suitable on-line UPS with one hr
backup.
11.
Penta Head
Microscope
with
microphotogr
aphic
apparatus
Optical System: Infinity corrected optical system.
Illuminator: The microscope should have an ergonomic stand with at least
6V30W Halogen Illumination. The same stand should be able to
accommodate LED illumination system.
Observation Tube: Should be trinocular widefield, three way light path
distribution (100:0, 20:80 & 0:100) for simultaneous viewing and imaging of
the specimens, inclined at 30 degree or less for improved observation
efficiency, provided with paired widefield eyepieces.
Eyepieces: Should be of at least 10X magnification, with diopter adjustment
facility with field of view of 22mm or higher.
Teaching Head- For four additional persons other than the main observer.
All the tubes and Eye pieces should have Field of view 22 or better. LED
two color pointer unit.
Nosepiece: Sextuple (6-position) revolving nosepiece, upgradable to DIC in
future.
Objectives: The following objectives should be quoted:1. 4X Plan Achromat
2. 10X Plan Achromat
3. 20X Pl
4. 40X Plan SemiApochromat
5. 100X oil Plan SemiApochromat
Stage: Mechanical stage with ceramic coating, with double slide holding
capacity
Condenser: Swing out condenser.
It should have Polarizer and analyzer attachment.
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Digital Camera: Scientific grade colour CCD camera with resolution of 3.0
to 5.0 Megapixels or higher. Sensitivity – equivalent to ISO 200/400/800,
progressive scanning method, auto/manual exposure control. Exposure time
– Auto: 1/20,000s to 2s; Manual: 1/20,000s to 8s with USB 3.0 interface.
Live image display (frame rate) of minimum 25 fps at full resolution. The
quoted camera should be able to work in Full HD (1920 x 1080) mode and
should be controlled from mouse, keyboard or touch screen monitor. The
image analysis software should be able to perform basic image acquisition,
video recording and basic measurements like distance, angle, count etc.
NOTE: The quoted microscope should be on-site upgradeable to
fluorescence with at least 6-8 position fluorescence turret.
12.
Autoclave
13.
Hot Air Oven
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Electric stainless steel autoclave with stand and power cable for
sterilization of glassware and plastic ware in steam under pressure
•
Outer body should be made of steel and inner chamber should be
made of stainless steel
•
Should have rotating lid made of steel with radial locking system
mounted on a central screw
•
Should be fitted with water level indicator
•
Should be fitted with paddle lifting device to open or close lid
•
Should be fitted with pressure gauge, steam release cock, spring
loaded safety valves, etc.
•
Should be hydraulic tested upto 40 PSI, with heating elements easily
replaceable capacity should be 40 to 50 L and upto 2 KW
•
2 yrs warranty + 3 yrs CMC
•
Hot air oven is required for heating a sample under controlled
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conditions.
•
Microprocessor based system with PID temperature controller with
integrated auto diagnostic system with faulty indicator
•
Thermostatically controlled system
•
External : stainless steel casing: insulated stainless steel door with
locking and rear zinc plated steel
•
Interior – internal volume at least 55 liters easy to clean interior,
made of stainless steel, with supports on the three sides for three
adjustable perforated stainless steel shelves
•
Forced air circulation by quiet air turbine/fan to ensure uniform
temperature
•
Fitted with load indicator and safety thermostat take over indicator
lamp . LCD/LED indicator
•
Temperature variation +/- 1 deg C.
•
Temperature range – ambient to 250 deg. C
•
Output available for date acquisition
•
System as specified
•
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 10-40deg C and relative humidity of 15-90%
•
Power input to be 220-240VAC, 50Hz fitted with Indian plug
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14.
Electronic
Analytical
Balance
•
Voltage corrector/ stabilizer of appropriate ratings meeting ISI
specifications (input 160-260 V and output 220-240 V and 50Hz)
•
System should confirm to IS:6365-1971 (Reaffirmed 1995) with
latest amendments in ISI specifications for laboratory Electric ovens.
Alternatively system should be FDA Approved or CE Certified.
•
Electrical safety confirms to standards for electrical safety IEC60601 /IS-13450
•
Should be compliant to ISO 13485: quality systems – Medical
devices – particular requirements for the application of ISO 9001
applicable to manufacturers and service providers that perform their own
design activities.
Description of Function
Electronic Balance is required for precision weighing of Lab.
Samples.
Operational Requirements
Microprocessor based single pan analytical balance with high
accuracy and precision is required.
Reading of the weight by digital display
Electronic top loading balance with transparent case
The balance should have functions of piece counting, percent
weighing, formulation, dynamic weighing with automatic and manual
start and provision for data interface.
Technical Specifications
Weigh accurately up to 3rd decimal place
Fully automatic time and temperature controlled internal calibration
and balance should be capable to adjust itself
Auto zero setting
Weighing capacity up to 200g
Readability 0.001g
Repeatability 1mg or less
Setting time 1.5 second
Suitable for internal and external adjustment weights
Balance should have facility for user administration and password
protection.
Balance should have
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD ) for display
Stainless steel square weighing pan
IR sensors for hands free operation
Warns if balance is not correctly leveled
Automatic and detachable draft shield
Detachable and adjustable terminal
Including user administration and password protection
Integrated automatic safety function for external routine operations
Alphanumeric data entry of 4 ID’s
System Configuration Accessories, spares and consumables.
As specified
Environmental factors
Shall meet IEC -60601-1-2:2001 ( Or Equivalent BIS) General
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Laboratory
Centrifuge
Requirements of safety for Electromagnetic Compatibility.
Thu unit shall be capable of operating in ambient temperature of
20-30 deg C and relative humidity of 80%
Power Supply
Power input to be 220-240 VAC . 50 Hz
Suitable UPS with maintenance free batteries for minimum one hour
back up should be supplied with the system
Resettable over current breaker shall be filtted for protection.
Standards and safety
System should be US FDA or European CE approved
Electrical safety confirms to standards for electrical safety IEC-60601
/IS-13450.
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.
Operational Requirements
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Aerodynamic compact construction for vibration free performance
Table top version
Technical Specifications
Tube Capacity :No. 12 – 24 : Size 5 – 15 ml
Should have a digital timer
Body should be made of strong fabricated & corrosion resistant steel
Control panel – for start/stop switch, dynamic brakes, step less speed
regulator with zero
start switch & speed indicator with timer and protective fuses.
Door interlock
Maintenance-free brushless drive motor with exact speed pre-selection
and display. Speed
range 100 to 6000 rpm and above, accuracy 1 rpm.
RPM : Maximum 15,000
System Configuration Accessories, spares and consumables
Centrifuge complete with Swig and basic rotors and four buckets- 01 set.
Tube Holders as appropriate
Environmental factors
Shall meet IEC-60601-1-2 :2001(Or Equivalent BIS) General
Requirements of Safety for
Electromagnetic Compatibility.
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 stored continuously in ambient
temperature of
0 – 50 deg C and relative humidity of 15-90%
Power Supply
Power input to be 220-240VAC, 50Hz as appropriate fitted with Indian
plug
Voltage corrector/stabilizer of appropriate ratings meeting ISI
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Spectrophoto
meter
Specifications.( Input 160- 260 V
and output 220-240 V and 50 Hz)
Standards, Safety and Training
The supplier should be ISO certified for quality standards.
Should be FDA , CE,UL or BIS approved product
Should comply with IEC/TR 61010-3-020 :Safety requirements for
electrical equipment for
measurement, control, and laboratory use – Part 3-020: Conformity
verification report for IEC 61010-2-020:1992 Particular requirements for
laboratory
centrifuges”
Comprehensive warranty for 2 years and 5 years AMC after warranty
Documentation
Certificate of calibration and inspection.
List of Equipments available for providing calibration and routine
maintenance support as per
manufacturer documentation in service / technical manual.
List of important spare parts and accessories with their part number and
costing.
The job description of the hospital technician and company service
engineer should be clearly spelt out.
Double beam optics
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High resolution 1.5nm spectral band pass
Pharmacopoeia standards
Light Source should be Tungsten-Halogen and Deuterium Lamps, Light
Source Switching Automatic switching selectable from 325nm to 370nm
Should have LCD Display. LCD screen with adjustable Brightness control
displays a large array of data also in graphical
format.
Should have chemical resistant keypad.
Should be Stand alone or PC operated.
Validation: Self-Diagnosis incorporating a number of parameters and
wave length calibration
are automatically initiated upon start-up.
GLP/GMP feature for analysis requiring validation and auditing.
Parameters such as Wavelength
accuracy, Wavelength reproducibility, band pass, baseline flatness ,
baseline stability, and Noise level
Up to 20 operating programs and up to 10 set of measurement data can be
stored in the flash
memory.
Programs easily recalled, edited and deleted
Should have USB port for direct download in to memory stick.
Optics Concave diffraction grating / Double Beam Principle
Wavelength Range 190nm -1,100 nm
Spectral Bandwidth 1.5 nm
Stray Light ≤0.05% (220nm NaI, 340nm NaNO2)
Wavelength Accuracy ±0.3nm
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Lab
Refrigerators
Photometric Range Absorbance: -3 to + 3%T: 0% to
300%T,Concentration: 0,000 to 9,999
Wavelength Scan Speed 10, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1,200, 2,400, 3,600
nm/minute
Baseline Stability 0.0003 Abs/hr (500nm, after 2 hours)
Noise Level 0.0003 Abs (500nm)
Detector Silicon Photodiode
Power requirements: 220-240 V, 50 Hz
Cuvette chambers to hold 4 cuvettes, 1 for blank, 3 samples for samples
with
matching cuvettes
Computer: Latest configuration with necessary software and Laser printer.
Cuvettes(glass & quartz) of 1 ml capacity 2 numbers, microcuvettes 2
numbers
A suitable online UPS with tubular batteries (maintenance free) and one
hour backup
time should be supplied.
Standards, Safety and Training
Manufacturer should have ISO certification
Product should be European CE/ US FDA approved
Certificate of calibration and inspection from the factory.
Documentation
User/Service Manual in English 2 Nos must be provided
Compliance Report to be submitted in a tabulated and point wise manner
clearly mentioning the page/para number of original catalogue/data sheet.
Any point , if not substantiated with authenticated catalogue/manual, will
not be considered..
Capacity 350-400 Liters
3
Temperature 2-8oC
Preferably roller mounted
Adjustable shelves
Battery backup
Durable rust free exterior
Durable unbreakable interior
Control panel with temperature alarm, on/off switch and digital
thermometer,
Interior lighting, Drip tray and defrosting arrangement .
Adequate circulation of air to ensure even cooling by DUCT system
Door with lock. Inside of door provided with racks. Door hinges and
latches should be chromium
plated.
Control panel with temperature alarm, ON /OFF switch with power on
indicator, digital
thermometer, temperature display.
Electronic automatic temperature control,
Operable at 220 V, 50 Hz, single phase AC supply.
Compressor unit to be hermetically sealed with guarantee for at least five
years.
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Should have all the accessories required for the functioning of the
equipment.
CE / ISI mark or other equivalent quality certification.
All electrical peripherals required for smoothes functioning e.g. voltage
stabilizer provided with the equipment
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Sperm
Quality
Analyser
•
Fully automated numerical readouts of separate, integrated
and totalized semen parameters.
•
Designed to work on undiluted specimens
•
Should give following WHO parametersConcentration(functional & mobile sperm conc.)
Motility & sperm motility index
Morphology
•
It should give other parameters like
o TFSC - TOTAL FUNCTIONAL SPERM COUNT.
o SMI - SPERM MOTALITY INDEX.
o MSC - MOTILE SPERM CONCENTRATION
Results to be calculated & displayed within 50 sec.
•
Must have self testing & self calibrating facility
•
Built in printer
•
Online UPS system
System should be US FDA or European CE approved
•
2 year warranty & 5 years CMC
User list should be provided along with satisfactory performance
report.
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Haemoglobino
meter, Sahli’s
•
The Haemoglobinometer Sahli’s type, should be square tube type and
the kit should consist of the following:•
Comparator Holder –
1. It should be black in colour and the windows should have the
following dimensions :a. Height : 3 cms (Minimum)
b. Width : 0.5. cms (Minimum)
•
Colour comparator
•
Square Hb Tube graduated on both sides for measurement of
haemoglobin in percentage and gram %
•
20 Microlitre Hb – Pipette
•
Amber coloured acid vial
•
Glass Stirrer
•
Dropper with Teat
•
Cleaning Brush
•
The kit should also be supplied with the following standard
accessories:
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1. Square Hb tubes: 01 no.
2. Hb pipettes: 01 no.
3. HCL N/10: 500ml
4. Dropper: 01 no.
5. Glass stirrer: 01 no.
•
The manufacturer should be ISO certified /or the product should be
ISI marked
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Hemocytomet
er
21.
Micro Pipette
Adjustable
(capacity& no
as mentioned
in list above)
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pH meter,
electric
- Should include an improved Neubaeur Chamber, one RBC pipette, one
WBC pipette, coverslips in a box
- Neubauer chamber is a thick crystal slide with the size of a glass
slide. (30 x 70 mm and 4 mm thickness)
- Neubauer chamber’s counting grid should be 3 mm x 3 mm in size. The
grid should be silver polished and have 9 square subdivisions of width
1mm.
- Depth of chamber should be 0.1mm
- The glass cover should be squared glass of width 22 mm. The glass
cover when placed on the top of the Neubabuer chamber, covering the
central area should maintain a depth of 0.1mm.
- RBC pipette should have 0.5, 1 and 101 markings with a red bead in
bulb.
- WBC pipette should have 0.5, 1 and 11 markings with a white bead in
bulb.
- - The manufacturer should be ISO certified /or the product should be ISI
marked
•
Fully autoclavable
•
Accuracy in measurement
•
Ejector should ensure safe eject contaminated tips, positioned for
perfect ergonomics
•
Precision in control, spring loaded tip cone
•
One button operation for aspiration, dispensing and tip ejection
•
Volume setting automatically locks
•
Chemically resistant
•
4 digit display
•
Accuracy : +/- 1% for all
•
Calibration certificate should be provided with the supply
•
Disposable tips 500 each volume
•
Should be supplied with tips holder rack & pipettes stand.
•
Advanced Microcontroller based design.
•
Display of pH, mv, temp on backliteLCD.
•
GLP compliant. (Optional)
•
Entry of buffer value, machine Idthrough keyboard for the GLP print
out.
•
3 point Automatic pH Calibration withbuffer standards 4.0, 7.0 & 9.2
pH
•
3 point manual pH calibrationusing with known bufferstandards.
•
Automatic temperaturecompensation.
•
Entry of temperature throughkeyboard in the absence oftemperature
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sensor
•
Storage up to 50 test results
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Vortex Cum
Mini
Centrifuge
24.
•
•
•
•
Rotation speed : 2800 rpm.
Maximum RCF: 700X g
Rotors for 12 x 1.5 ml, 12 x 0.5 ml and 12 x 0.2 ml microtest tubes.
2 yrs warranty
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Slide Storage
Cabinet
1 . Capacity‐12000 slides (6000 slides in each cabinet).
2 . Slide storage (75 x 25mm glass micro slides) should be in vertical
manner.
3 . Aluminium tray anodized for slide storage.
4 . Removable slide tray.
5 . Modular and made up to stainless steel outer casing to protect from dust.
6 . Corrosion protected surface for long term use.
7 . Door opening facility with handle on the front panel with provision for
locking
8. structure should be on wheel for easy movement.
9 . Fitted with index card holder .
10 . Cabinet is fitted with lock and key to ensure safety.
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Block Storage
Cabinet
1 . Capacity‐6000 block ( 3000 blocks in each cabinet)
2 . Block storage should be in vertical manner.
3 . Aluminium tray anodized for block storage.
4 . Removable block tray.
5 . Modular and made of stainless steel outer casing to protect from dust.
6 . Corrosion protected surface for long term use.
7 . Should have wheel rollers in its legs (with facility of locking the wheels)
for moving
the cabinets.
8 . Fitted with index card holder.
9 . Cabinet should be fitted with lock and key to ensure safety.
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UG
Histopatholog
y Slide Set
Hematoxylin and eosin stained slides of pathological lesions including both
general and systemic pathology.
Wider range of lesions preferable.(desired list of lesions is enclosed below).
Sets having classical and well preserved histo-morphological features will
be preferred.
Quality of slides and variety of lesions available will be subjected to
scrutiny.
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List of Slides
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General Pathology
1.
Acute Inflammation- Acute Appendicitis, Acute Salpingitis
2.
Chronic Cholecystitis
3.
Foreign body granuloma
4.
Coagulative necrosis
5.
Caseous Necrosis- TB Lymph node
6.
Liquefactive Necrosis- Amebic Abscess
7.
Fatty Liver
8.
Medial Calcification
9.
Granulation Tissue
10.
CVC – Liver, Spleen, Lung
11.
Hemangioma- Capillary, Cavernous
12.
Thrombosis
13.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
14.
Benign Tumors- Fibroadenoma, Leiomyoma
15.
Malignant Tumors- Squamous cell Carcinoma,
Adenocarcinoma, Infiltrating ductal Carcinoma
16.
CVS – Atherosclerosis
17.
Reticuloendothelial System- Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
18.
Hematology- Iron Deficiency Anemia, Macrocytic Anemia,
Hemolytic Anemia
-Neutrophilia, Lymphocytosis, Eosinophilia
- ALL, AML, CLL, CML
20. Respiratory System- TB Lung, Lobar Pneumonia,
Bronchopneumonia, Lung Tumors
21. GIT- benign gastric ulcer, intestinal TB, gastric carcinoma,
colonic carcinoma, rectal carcinoma
22. Hepatobiliary System- Cirrhosis Liver, Hepatocellular carcinoma,
secondaries in liver, chronic cholecystitis
23. urinary system- Acute Glomerulonephritis, Chronic
Glomerulonephritis, chronic pyelonephritis, wilm’s tumor, renal cell
carcinoma
24. Male Genital System- seminoma testis, squamous cell carcinoma
Penis, BPH
25. Female Genital System- Leiomyoma Uterus, Carcinoma Cervix,
Dermoid cyst Ovary, Serous Cystadenoma ovary, Mucinous
cystadenoma Ovary
26. Breast- Fibroadenoma, IDC Breast
27. Thyroid- Colloid Goitre, Multinodular Goitre, Hashimoto’s
thyroiditis, follicular adenoma, papillary carcinoma, follicular
carcinoma
28. Bone- Chronic Osteomyelitis, TB osteomyelitis, Osteosarcoma,
Osteoclastoma, Ewing’s sarcoma
29. Salivary gland- Pleomorphic Adenoma
30. CNS- Meningioma, Glioblastoma multiforme, Medulloblastoma
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Cryostat
1. The Cryostat should be a floor standing model with power requirements of
230V, 50-60 Hz.
2. Cryo chamber temperature setting should be 0°Cto -35°C Cooling via two
separate compressor systems with specimen head cooling facility
3. Specimen cooling facility available should be in the temperature range of
– 10 to - 50 C.
4. Maximum cooling time up to maximum low temperature should be less
than 4 hours after start up.
5. Actively cooled quick freezing shelf should be at -40 °C.
6. Specimen storage shelf should store up to 8-12 chucks.
7. Maintenance free microtome with section thickness setting range from 1.0
to 100 micrometer should be available.
8. Fully Automatic Sectioning with an option of manual operation should be
available.
9. Equipment should be suitable for sectioning of maximum specimen size:
45mm x 75mm.
10. Vertical specimen stroke length available should be 55-60mm, with a
horizontal specimen feed of 25-30mm.
11. Motorized rapid and slow coarse feed preferably at two speeds should be
available.
12. Trimming facility from 1 to 600 μm +/- 0.5 um, in steps of , 1,2,5,10,50
μm should be available.
13. Disposable blade holder system with lateral displacement and integrated
glass anti-roll guide should be available for low & high profile blades
14. Glass anti-roll guide with anti static feature to facilitate perfect stretching
of sections should be available.
15. Specimen precision orientation by 8 deg. (in x/y/z axis) should be
available.
16. Instrument should have closed drainage system to allow controlled
disposal of fluids.
17. Automatic & manual chamber defrost facility should be available with
one automatic defrost cycle / 24 hours
18. Duration of the defrost cycle should be 6 – 15 minutes.
19. Electronic locking key to avoid any inadvertent changes in program
setting should be available.
20. Manual disinfection facility with UVC Disinfection option should be
available.
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21. System should be quoted with Disposable Blade system.
22. The equipment should be USA- FDA/European- CE approved
23 Suitable online UPS support with minimum one hour backup should be
available.
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Annexure-I
34
RE-TENDER APPLICATION/DECLARATION FORM
ANNEXURE-II
1
2
Name of the firm:Full Postal Address:-
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Cell Phone No.
Telephone No:Fax No.
E-mail address:
Date of Establishment of Firm:If your Firm Registered under The Indian Factories Act:Any other Act, if not, who are the owners
(Please give full address):Name and Address of your Banker stating the name in
which the Account stands with A/c Numbers with IFSC
Code / a cancelled cheque
Whether insured against fire, theft, burglary etc. If so,
please state the amount and name of company with
policy no:Are you in the list of approved contractors of any other
organizations / institutions, if any give details (Append
extra page if necessary):Give details of any Government contracts executed
during the last twelve months (Append extra page if
necessary):Any other information which you consider necessary to
furnish:
10
11
12
13
14
UNDERTAKING:
a. I, the undersigned certify that I have gone through the terms and conditions mentioned in the ReTender document and undertake to comply with them.
b. The rates quoted by me are valid and binding upon me for the entire period of contract and it is
certified that the rates quoted are the lowest quoted for any other institution/hospital in India.
c. The earnest money of Rs.__________ to be deposited by me has been enclosed herewith vide Demand
Draft no._______, Dt._______, drawn on bank _____________, Branch_____________
d. I hereby undertake to supply the items as per directions given in the Re-Tender document /
supply order within stipulated period.
e. I/We give the rights to Dean to forfeit the earnest money deposited by me/us if any delay occur
on my/agent’s part or failed to supply the article within the appointed time or the items of
desired quality.
f. There is no vigilance/CBI case or court case pending against the firm.
Date:Place:-
Signature of the Re-Tenderer:-
Full Name:(Office seal of theRe-Tenderer)
Designation :-
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ANNEXURE-III
UNDERTAKING: (To be submitted in non judicial stamp paper of Rs. 100/=)
1 I/We … (Name of authorized Signatory) the undersigned hereby declare and affirm that I/We have gone
through the terms and conditions governing the Re-Tender and undertake to comply with all terms and
conditions.
2 The rates quoted by me are valid and binding upon me for the period of validity of the Re-Tender.
3 That the earnest money of Rs._____________ deposited by me/us vide Banker Cheque/Demand Draft
no.___________ Dt.___________ drawn on…………..(Name of the Bank) is attached herewith.
4 That I/We authorize Dean to forfeit the earnest money deposited by me/us in case of any delay or
failure to supply the article within the stipulated time and the items of desired/quoted quality.
5 That I/We will be in the position to provide Annual Maintenance Contract/Comprehensive Maintenance
Contract (AMC/CMC), spare parts, accessories attached and its consumables for 5 years from the date of
satisfactory installation of the equipment till the AMC/CMC period is over.
6 That there is no vigilance/CBI case or court case pending against the firm, debarring my firm to supply of
items quoted.
7 That I/We hereby undertake to supply the items as per directions given in supply order within stipulated
period.
8 That I/We undertake to maintain the equipment to the satisfaction of user during the period of warranty
and guarantee.
9 I/We have been informed that the Dean has the right to accept or reject any or all the Re-Tenders
without assigning any reason thereof.
10 We (Name of firm) undertake that we will provide 3 (Three) preventive service on quarterly basis during
the warranty and AMC/CMC period as offered in our Re-Tender and any no. of break down calls shall
also be attended within 24 hrs. I/We also agree that the payment of AMC/CMC shall be made to me/us
on half yearly basis after satisfactory preventive service.
Signature and address of the Re-Tenderer
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ANNEXURE-IV
MANUFACTURER’S AUTHORISATION FORM
To
Dean
ESIC Medical College & Hospital
NH-3, Faridabad, Haryana, Pin 121001
Dear Sir,
Ref. Your TE document No ____________, dated _____________
We, ___________________________________ who are proven and reputable manufacturers
of___________________________(name and description of the goods offered in the Re-Tender) having
factories
at_____________________________________________________,
hereby
authorize
Messrs______________________________(name and address of the agent) to submit a Re-Tender, process
the same further and enter into a contract with you against your requirement as contained in the above
referred TE documents for the above goods manufactured by us.
We further confirm that no supplier or firm or individual other than Messrs.
_____________________ (name and address of the above agent) is authorized to submit a Re-Tender,
process the same further and enter into a contract with you against your requirement as contained in the
above referred TE documents for the above goods manufactured by us.
We also hereby extend our full warranty, AMC/CMC as applicable as per TED read with modification, if
any,in the Special Conditions of Contract for the goods and services offered for supply by the above firm
against this TE document.
Yours faithfully,
[Signature with date, name and designation]
SEAL
For and on behalf of Messrs___________________________
[Name & address of the manufacturers]
Note:
1. This letter of authorization should be on the letterhead of the manufacturing firm and should be signed by
a person competent and having the power of attorney to legally bind the Manufacturer.
2. Original letter may be sent.
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Annexure V (a)
PRICE SCHEDULE
A) PRICE SCHEDULE FOR DOMESTIC GOODS OR GOODS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN LOCATED WITHIN AREA
1
2
Sl Brief
.no: Descript
ion of
Goods
(with
make &
model)
3
Count
ry of
Origin
4
5
Rs.
Qty Ex-factory
/Exwarehouse
/Ex
showroom
/Off-the
shelf
6
Rs.
Excise
Duty(i
f any)
[% &
value]
7
Rs.
Sales
Tax/VA
T (if
any) [%
&
value]
8
Rs.
Transportati
on
loading/unlo
ading and
incidental
costs till
consignee’s
site
9
Rs.
Insura
nce
charge
s for a
period
includi
ng 3
month
s
beyon
d the
date of
deliver
y
10
Rs.
Incidental
Services
(including
Installation
&
Commissio
ning,superv
ision,Demo
nstration
And
Training )
at the
Consignee’
s Site
11
Rs.
Unit
Price
(at
consig
nee
site)
5+6+7
+8+9+
10
TotalRe-Tender Price in Rs.______________________________________________________________
In words: _________________________________________________________________________
Note:1. If there is a discrepancy between the unit price and total price THE UNIT PRICE shall prevail.
2. The charges for Annual CMC after warranty shall be quoted separately.
Name_________________________________
Business Address_______________________
Place:_________________________
Date: _________________________
Signature ofRe-Tenderer ___________________________
Seal of theRe-Tenderer_____________________________
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12
Rs.
Total
Price
(at
Consig
nee
site)
basis
4x11
Annexure:- V(b)
PRICE SCHEDULE FOR ANNUAL COMPREHENSIVE MAINTENANCE CONTRACT AFTER
WARRANTY PERIOD
1
2
3
Schedule
BRIEF
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY.
No.
OF GOODS
(Nos.)
4
5
Annual Comprehensive
Maintenance Contract Cost for
Total CMC cost for
five years
Each Unit year wise*. 3x(4a+4b+4c+4d+4e)
1st
a
2nd
b
3rd
c
4th
d
5th
e
After completion of Warranty period
NOTE:1. In case of discrepancy between unit price and total prices, THE UNIT PRICE shall prevail.
2. The cost of Comprehensive Maintenance Contract (CMC) which includes preventive maintenance
inc technical/ service /operational manual, labour and spares, after satisfactory completion of
Warranty period may be quoted for next five years on yearly basis for complete equipment.
3. The cost of CMC may be quoted along with taxes applicable on the date of Re-Tender Opening.
The taxes to be paid extra, to be specifically stated. In the absence of any such stipulation the price
will be taken inclusive of such taxes and no claim for the same will be entertained later.
4. Cost of CMC will be added for Ranking/Evaluation purpose.
5. The uptime warranty will be 98 % on 24 (hrs) X 7 (days) X 365 (days) basis or as stated in
Technical Specification of the TE document.
6. All software updates should be provided free of cost during CMC period.
7. The supplier shall keep sufficient stock of spares required during Annual Comprehensive
Maintenance Contract Period. In case the spares are required to be imported, it would be the
responsibility of the supplier to import and get them custom cleared and pay all necessary duties.
Name
Business Address
Signature of Re-Tenderer
Seal of Re-Tenderer
Place: ___________________________
Date: ___________________________
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Annexure-VI
CONSIGNEE RECEIPT CERTIFICATE
(To be given by consignee’s authorized representative)
The following store(s) has/have been received in good condition:
1) Contract No. & date
:______________________________
2) Supplier‘s Name
:______________________________
3)
Consignee‘s Name & Address with
telephone No. & Fax No.
: ______________________________
4) Name of the item supplied
:______________________________
5) Quantity Supplied
:______________________________
6) Date of Receipt by the Consignee
:______________________________
7) Name and designation of Authorized
Representative of Consignee
:______________________________
8)
9)
Signature of Authorized
Representative of Consignee with
date
:______________________________
Seal of the Consignee
:______________________________
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Annexure-VII
Proforma of Final Acceptance Certificate by the Consignee
No_______________
To
M/s
Date_______________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________
Subject:
Certificate of commissioning of equipment/plant.
This is to certify that the equipment(s)/plant(s) as detailed below has/have been received in good
conditions along with all the standard and special accessories and a set of spares (subject to remarks
in Para no.02) in accordance with the contract/technical specifications. The same has been installed
and commissioned.
(a) Contract No______________________________________ dated_______________
(b) Description of the equipment(s)/plants: ____________________________________
(c) Equipment(s)/ plant(s) nos.:_____________________________________________
(d) Quantity: ____________________________________________________________
(e) Bill of Loading/Air Way Bill/Railway
Receipt/ Goods Consignment Note no_______________ dated _________________
(f) Name of the vessel/Transporters:__________________________________________
(g) Name of the Consignee:_________________________________________________
(h) Date of commissioning and proving test:____________________________________
Details of accessories/spares not yet supplied and recoveries to be made on that account.
Sl.
No.
Description of Item
Quantity
Amount to be recovered
The proving test has been done to our entire satisfaction and operators have been trained to
operate the equipment(s)/plant(s).
The supplier has fulfilled its contractual obligations satisfactorily ## or
The supplier has failed to fulfill its contractual obligations with regard to the following:
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a)
He has not adhered to the time schedule specified in the contract in dispatching the
documents/ drawings pursuant to ‗Technical Specifications‘.
b)
He has not supervised the commissioning of the equipment(s)/plant(s)in time, i.e. within the
period specified in the contract from date of intimation by the Purchaser/Consignee in respect
of the installation of the equipment(s)/plant(s).
The supplier as specified in the contract has not done training of personnel.
c)
The extent of delay for each of the activities to be performed by the supplier in terms of the
contract is
The amount of recovery on account of non-supply of accessories and spares is given under Para
no.02.
The amount of recovery on account of failure of the supplier to meet his contractual obligations
is_____________ (here indicate the amount).
(Signature)
(Name)
(Designation with stamp)
## Explanatory notes for filling up the certificate:
i) He has adhered to the time schedule specified in the contract in dispatching the
documents/drawings pursuant to ‗Technical Specification‘.
ii) He has supervised the commissioning of the equipment(s)/plant(s) in time, i.e. within the
time specified in the contract from date of intimation by the Purchaser/Consignee in
respect of the installation of the equipment(s)/plant(s).
iii) Training of personnel has been done by the supplier as specified in the contract.
iv) In the event of documents/drawings having not been supplied or installation and
commissioning of the equipment(s)/plant(s) having been delayed on account of the
supplier, the extent of delay should always be mentioned in clear terms.
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Annexure VIII
THE FIRM IS REQUESTED TO FOLLOW THE CHECK LIST AT THE TIME OF SUBMISSION OF
RE-TENDER
COMPULSORY DOCUMENTS:
CHECKLIST
Name ofRe-Tenderer:
Name of Manufacturer:
Sl.No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Yes/No/NA Page
No. in
TED
Have you enclosed Postal Address with Telephone No./Fax
No./Mobile No./Email Address
Have you enclosed EMD of required Amount for the quoted
schedules?
Have you enclosed details of EMD mentioning the details
a) DD, b) Name of the Bank, c) Branch, d) Amount
Have you enclosed clause-by-clause technical compliance
statement for the quoted goods visà-vis the Technical
Specifications?
In case of Technical deviations in the compliance statement, have
you identified and marked the deviations?
Have you enclosed duly fill Re-Tender Form?
Have you enclosed Power of Attorney/ Authorization in favour of
the signatory?
Have you submitted manufacturer’s Authorization?
In case of India Re-Tenderer, have you Furnished Income Tax
Account
No. /PAN as allotted by the Income Tax Department of Government
of India?
In case of ForeignRe-Tenderer, have you furnished Income Tax
Account No. of your Indian Agent as allotted by the Income Tax
Department of Government of India?
Have you furnished photocopy of your PAN Card& Tan Card?
Have you intimated the name and full address of your Banker (s)
along with your Account Number /IFSC Code/Cancelled Cheque.
Have you furnished Annual Report (Balance Sheet and Profit & Loss
Account) for last three years prior to the date of Re-Tender
opening? (
2012-13, 2013-14.2014-15)
Have you enclosed IT returns for the last three years? ( 2012-13,
2013-14,2014-15)
Have you enclosed the names & addresses of other hospitals,
etc., to whome items is supplied?
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Remarks
16
Have you accepted delivery period as per TE document?
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17 Have you accepted the terms of delivery as
per‘ FOR basis at consignee site basis’?
18 Have you accepted the warranty, AMC/CMC as per TE document?
19 Have you accepted all terms and conditions of TE document?
20 Have you fully accepted payment terms as per TED?
Have you submitted list of Institutions where you have supplied the
21 quoted items?
22 Have you submitted copy of the orders(s) against the above end
user certificate(s)?
23 Have you enclosed Application fee in case you downloaded the
forms from website?
24 Have you enclosed the details of application fee mentioning the
details of DD.
25 Have you enclosed a valid Trade License Certificate?
26 Have you submitted mandatory AMC/CMC (for 5 years) Certificate
along with rates for each year?
27 Have you enclosed an agreement for supply of spare parts for five
Years
28 Have you submitted, the name & address of service centers in
Delhi & NCR.
29 Have submitted the original TED after signing on all pages
1. All pages of the Re-Tender should be page numbered and indexed
2. The Re-Tenderer may go through the checklist and ensure that all the
documents/confirmations listed above are enclosed in the Re-Tender and
no column is left blank. If any column is not applicable, it may be filled up
as NA.
3. It is the responsibility ofRe-Tenderer to go through the TE document
to ensure furnishing all required documents in addition to the above,
if any.
(Signature with date)
(Full name, designation & address of
the person duly authorized to sign on
behalf of the Re-Tenderer)
For and on behalf of
(Name, address and stamp
of theRe-Tendering firm)
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List of Annexures
Annexure I
Annexure II
Annexure III
Annexure IV
Annexure V (a) & V (b)
Annexure VI
Annexure VII
Annexure VIII
ssssssssssssssssssssss
Custom Duty Exemption Certificate
TheRe-Tender Application Form
Declaration Form (Should be submitted on a
non-judicial stamp paper of Rs.100/-)
Manufacturers Authorization Form
Price Schedule
Consignee Receipt Certificate
Final Acceptance Certificate By The
Consignee Proforma
The Compulsory Documents and check list
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