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Nuclear, biological, chemical and radiological protection equipment

Ministry of Defence, ISTAR, CBRN | Published February 12, 2016
cpvs
35113200

Nuclear, biological, chemical and radiological protection equipment

Disposable non-chemical medical consumables and haematological consumables

NHS Blood and Transplant | Published July 30, 2016  -  Deadline August 15, 2016
cpvs
33141000, 50421000

Disposable non-chemical medical consumables and haematological consumables

In-Service Support to Chemical Sense Training Equipment

Ministry of Defence, ISTAR, Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Delivery Team (CBRN DT) | Published March 25, 2016
Winner
Argon Electronics UK Ltd
cpvs
35113200

Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Radiological protection equipment. In-Service Support (ISS) to Chemical Warfare Agent detection and monitoring training equipment, comprising simulant detectors and monitors and associated equipments. To include, but not limited to: contract management, survey, report and repair, supply and management of spares and consumables, preparation and maintenance of technical documentation and training support.

Biological, Radiological and Chemical Information System (BRACIS) Support Update and Maintenance Agr

Ministry of Defence | Published October 24, 2015
Winner
Bruhn NewTech
cpvs
48000000

Software package and information systems. Biological, Radiological and Chemical information system. Warning and Reporting software.

Biological, Radiological and Chemical Information System (BRACIS) Support Update and Maintenance Agreement (SUMA) In Service Support.

Ministry of Defence, ISTAR, Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Delivery Team (CBRN DT) | Published October 24, 2015
Winner
Bruhn NewTech
cpvs
48000000

Software package and information systems. Biological, Radiological and Chemical information system. Warning and Reporting software.

5 Year Enabling Contract for the Procurement of Chemical, Biological, Radiation and Nuclear (CBRN) Protective Overboots.

Ministry of Defence, Land Equipment, Soldier System Programmes | Published August 12, 2015  -  Deadline September 7, 2015
cpvs
19513000

Rubberised textile fabrics. 5 Year Enabling Contract for the Manufacture and Supply of Chemical, Biological, Radiation and Nuclear (CBRN) Protective Overboots.

5 Year Enabling Contract for the Procurement of Chemical, Biological, Radiation and Nuclear (CBRN) P

Unknown | Published August 12, 2015
cpvs
19513000

Rubberised textile fabrics. 5 Year Enabling Contract for the Manufacture and Supply of Chemical, Biological, Radiation and Nuclear (CBRN) Protective Overboots.

In-Service Support to Chemical Sense Training Equipment.

Unknown | Published October 29, 2014
cpvs
35113200

In-Service Support to Chemical Sense Training Equipment.

5 year enabling contract for the procurement of chemical, biological, radiation and nuclear (CBRN) i

Unknown.... | Published August 26, 2015
cpvs
18224000, 19513000

Clothing made of coated or impregnated textile fabrics. Rubberised textile fabrics. 5 year enabling contract for the manufacture and supply of chemical, biological, radiation and nuclear (CBRN) inner gloves and outer gloves.

5 year enabling contract for the procurement of chemical, biological, radiation and nuclear (CBRN) inner gloves and outer gloves.

Ministry of Defence, Land Equipment, Soldier System Programmes | Published August 26, 2015  -  Deadline September 21, 2015
cpvs
18224000, 19513000

Clothing made of coated or impregnated textile fabrics. Rubberised textile fabrics. 5 year enabling contract for the manufacture and supply of chemical, biological, radiation and nuclear (CBRN) inner gloves and outer gloves.

Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition (PECVD) System

University of Bristol | Published November 30, 2016  -  Deadline January 1, 2017
cpvs

We want to acquire a Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition (PECVD) system. Your proposed System should be able to deposit thin films of silicon oxide, silicon nitride, combinations of both (silicon oxynitride) and also amorphous silicon. Your proposed System will be located in a class 10000 cleanroom space and will be operated by students and technical staff. Your proposed System should integrate smoothly with the existing facilities without any prejudice for the normal operation of the space. We envisage two main purposes for your proposed System: the deposition of dielectric cladding and mask layers for the fabrication of silicon photonic circuits based on SOI technology and the deposition of amorphous silicon films to be used as the guiding layer for photonic circuits. Your proposed System should excel at uniformity in film thickness and film composition not only over the surface of the samples (typically SOI wafers or pieces between 1cm in area and 6 inches in diameter) but also between consecutive processes on different samples. The metrics used to evaluate the performance will be uniformity, reproducibility, consistent film composition, low stress and low defect density both on accuracy and degree of control.

5 Year Enabling Contract for the Procurement of Chemical, Biological, Radiation & Nuclear (CBRN) Protective Overboots

 | Published July 26, 2016  -  Deadline September 7, 2016
cpvs
19513000

This notice advises that Invitations to Tender have been issued to Survitec Group and Air-Boss Defense for the requirement "5 Year Enabling Contract for the Procurement of Chemical, Biological, Radiation and Nuclear (CBRN) Protective Overboots" and includes the tender documents. Please note that this advert is not a request for expressions of interest in this requirement.

Chemical products

Bristol Water PLC | Published May 13, 2017
Winner
Bristol Water PLC
cpvs
24000000

The supply of Phosphoric Acid to Bristol Water PLC.

The Supply of Phosphoric Acid.

Decontamination Kit Personal (DKP) No1, DKP No2, Fullers' Earth (FE) Special, Chemical Agent Deconta

Ministry of Defence | Published September 10, 2015
cpvs
42924720, 35113200

Decontamination equipment. Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Radiological protection equipment. Decontamination equipment. The Authority is seeking responses from companies able to source Fuller's Earth,Boric Acid Crystals, Granular Sodium Hydroxide and Granular Sodium Dichlorisocyanurate to the required specification and to package it to the required specification and supply the following items in the quantities required: Decontamination Kit Personal (DKP) No1 (Pack of 4 pads). Decontamination Kit Personal (DKP) No2 (Puffer Bottle). Fullers Earth Special — 3.85 kg. Fullers Earth Technical — 500 g. Boric Acid Crystals — 140 g. Granular Sodium Hydroxide — 225 g. Granular Sodium Dichlorisocyanurate — 450 g.

Decontamination Kit Personal (DKP) No1, DKP No2, Fullers' Earth (FE) Special, Chemical Agent Deconta

Unknown | Published September 20, 2016
Winner
Pelgar International Ltd
cpvs
42924720, 35113200

Decontamination equipment. Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Radiological protection equipment. Decontamination equipment. This Contract covers the supply of Fuller's Earth,Boric Acid Crystals, Granular Sodium Hydroxide and Granular Sodium Dichlorisocyanurate to the required specification and to package it to the required specification and supply the following items in the quantities required:

Decontamination Kit Personal (DKP) No1

Decontamination Kit Personal (DKP) No2 (Puffer Bottle).

Fullers Earth Special — 3.85 kg.

Fullers Earth Technical — 500g.

Boric Acid Crystals — 140g

Granular Sodium Hydroxide — 225g

Granular Sodium Dichlorisocyanurate — 450g.

Decontamination Kit Personal (DKP) No1, DKP No2, Fullers' Earth (FE) Special, Chemical Agent Decontamination (CAD) and FE /CAD Technical Support

Ministry of Defence, ISTAR, Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Delivery Team (CBRN DT) | Published September 20, 2016
Winner
Pelgar International Ltd
cpvs
42924720, 35113200

Decontamination equipment. Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Radiological protection equipment. Decontamination equipment. This Contract covers the supply of Fuller's Earth,Boric Acid Crystals, Granular Sodium Hydroxide and Granular Sodium Dichlorisocyanurate to the required specification and to package it to the required specification and supply the following items in the quantities required:

Decontamination Kit Personal (DKP) No1

Decontamination Kit Personal (DKP) No2 (Puffer Bottle).

Fullers Earth Special — 3.85 kg.

Fullers Earth Technical — 500g.

Boric Acid Crystals — 140g

Granular Sodium Hydroxide — 225g

Granular Sodium Dichlorisocyanurate — 450g.

Decontamination Kit Personal (DKP) No1, DKP No2, Fullers' Earth (FE) Special, Chemical Agent Decontamination (CAD) and FE /CAD Technical Support.

Ministry of Defence, ISTAR, Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Delivery Team (CBRN DT) | Published September 10, 2015  -  Deadline October 7, 2015
cpvs
42924720, 35113200

Decontamination equipment. Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Radiological protection equipment. Decontamination equipment. The Authority is seeking responses from companies able to source Fuller's Earth,Boric Acid Crystals, Granular Sodium Hydroxide and Granular Sodium Dichlorisocyanurate to the required specification and to package it to the required specification and supply the following items in the quantities required: Decontamination Kit Personal (DKP) No1 (Pack of 4 pads). Decontamination Kit Personal (DKP) No2 (Puffer Bottle). Fullers Earth Special — 3.85 kg. Fullers Earth Technical — 500 g. Boric Acid Crystals — 140 g. Granular Sodium Hydroxide — 225 g. Granular Sodium Dichlorisocyanurate — 450 g.

Electrical/Electro-Chemical Power Sources and Systems Technical Support Services (EEPSS TSS)

Ministry of Defence, ISTAR, Other | Published April 29, 2016
Winner
QinetiQ Ltd
cpvs
73430000, 73000000, 73110000

Test and Evaluation. Research and development services and related consultancy services. Research services. DES Tech EG requires technical support on Electrical/Electro-Chemical Power Sources and Systems (batteries and allied technologies). The support may be provided by a single contractor or by a prime with sub-contracted elements.

The support shall encompass:

— Technical Advice. Expertise with primary, secondary and reserve battery chemistries is required together with control electronics, fuel cells, super-capacitors and energy/power conversion devices.

— Product Test and Evaluation. Versatile, high volume test capabilities are required for the assessment of in-service items, emerging products and technologies. Product evaluation may be applied to specification validation, hazard assessment, UN Dangerous Goods Transport Tests and fault investigation. The facilities shall be able to evaluate single items or batches to a broad range of application based requirements (including abusive tests) performing numerous tasks simultaneously (historically >15 tasks simultaneously). The potential tenderer shall be able to evaluate the MOD portfolio of electro-chemical power sources and develop new techniques to address emergent issues. All test facilities are required to be located within in Mainland GB and ideally co-located (limitations imposed through the Dangerous Goods transportation regulations for prototype and abused or defective items).

Required test capabilities:

Everyday tests include:

Electrical discharge and charge capabilities (single and multiple stage regimes in various modes with automated cycling) performed on products ranging from single cells up to batteries of 50 Volts D.C. Current ranges from <10µa to>300A in conjunction with the ability to perform these tests over a range of temperatures from -60 to 200 Celsius (on samples up to 300 mm in all dimensions weighing up to 45 kg).

Less frequent tests include:

Simulated engine start;

Altitude simulation (<11,6 50 kpa ≈ 000 ft);< p>

Humidity exposure;

Vibration and mechanical shock;

Water immersion (minimum depth of 1 metre);

High temperature (up to 400 C);

Fire test facilities (burning characteristics and susceptibility);

Bullet strike capabilities;

Rapid/explosive decompression;

Abusive charging and explosion containment;

Broad spectrum EMC testing (radiated and conducted emissions and susceptibility);

Data logging is required during individual tests together with the ability for video recording and thermal imaging;

Tech. Support. Specific areas technical support are required in relation to technical policy associated with:

Specification activities (civil and military both at National and International levels);

Battery rationalisation and harmonisation issues;

Airborne use of batteries on military aircraft;

Policy and regulation for transportation and disposal;

Information Management. Management of high volumes of diverse information and data from a range of sources for both current and legacy items (including electronic and hard copy) is required. The ability to generate retrieve, manage, collate, present and disseminate data to a variety of users with different expectations is vital in the support arrangement.

It is expected that the site and individuals providing these services will hold a minimum of SC level clearance.

Electrical/Electro-Chemical Power Sources and Systems Technical Support Services (EEPSS TSS).

Ministry of Defence, ISTAR | Published February 11, 2015  -  Deadline March 10, 2015
cpvs
73430000, 73000000, 73110000

Test and Evaluation. Research and development services and related consultancy services. Research services. DES Tech EG requires technical support on Electrical/Electro-Chemical Power Sources and Systems (batteries and allied technologies). The support may be provided by a single contractor or by a prime with sub-contracted elements. The support shall encompass: — Technical Advice. Expertise with primary, secondary and reserve battery chemistries is required together with control electronics, fuel cells, super-capacitors and energy/power conversion devices. — Product Test and Evaluation. Versatile, high volume test capabilities are required for the assessment of in-service items, emerging products and technologies. Product evaluation may be applied to specification validation, hazard assessment, UN Dangerous Goods Transport Tests and fault investigation. The facilities shall be able to evaluate single items or batches to a broad range of application based requirements (including abusive tests) performing numerous tasks simultaneously (historically >15 tasks simultaneously). The potential tenderer shall be able to evaluate the MOD portfolio of electro-chemical power sources and develop new techniques to address emergent issues. All test facilities are required to be located within in Mainland GB and ideally co-located (limitations imposed through the Dangerous Goods transportation regulations for prototype and abused or defective items). Required test capabilities: Everyday tests include: Electrical discharge and charge capabilities (single and multiple stage regimes in various modes with automated cycling) performed on products ranging from single cells up to batteries of 50 Volts d.c. Current ranges from <10µa to>300A in conjunction with the ability to perform these tests over a range of temperatures from -60 to 200 Celsius (on samples up to 300 mm in all dimensions weighing up to 45 kg). Less frequent tests include: Simulated engine start. Altitude simulation (

Electrical/Electro-Chemical Power Sources and Systems Technical Support Services (EEPSS TSS).

Unknown | Published February 11, 2015
cpvs
73430000, 73000000, 73110000

Test and Evaluation. Research and development services and related consultancy services. Research services. DES Tech EG requires technical support on Electrical/Electro-Chemical Power Sources and Systems (batteries and allied technologies). The support may be provided by a single contractor or by a prime with sub-contracted elements. The support shall encompass: — Technical Advice. Expertise with primary, secondary and reserve battery chemistries is required together with control electronics, fuel cells, super-capacitors and energy/power conversion devices. — Product Test and Evaluation. Versatile, high volume test capabilities are required for the assessment of in-service items, emerging products and technologies. Product evaluation may be applied to specification validation, hazard assessment, UN Dangerous Goods Transport Tests and fault investigation. The facilities shall be able to evaluate single items or batches to a broad range of application based requirements (including abusive tests) performing numerous tasks simultaneously (historically >15 tasks simultaneously). The potential tenderer shall be able to evaluate the MOD portfolio of electro-chemical power sources and develop new techniques to address emergent issues. All test facilities are required to be located within in Mainland GB and ideally co-located (limitations imposed through the Dangerous Goods transportation regulations for prototype and abused or defective items). Required test capabilities: Everyday tests include: Electrical discharge and charge capabilities (single and multiple stage regimes in various modes with automated cycling) performed on products ranging from single cells up to batteries of 50 Volts d.c. Current ranges from <10µa to>300A in conjunction with the ability to perform these tests over a range of temperatures from -60 to 200 Celsius (on samples up to 300 mm in all dimensions weighing up to 45 kg). Less frequent tests include: Simulated engine start. Altitude simulation (