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Water-treatment chemicals

Maritime Coastguard Agency | Published February 28, 2017
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24962000

The MCA has a strategic requirement to treat pollution on the water with chemical dispersants deployed from an appropriately configured aircraft. At this time the organisation is interested in establishing from the market the capacity for it to:

a) deliver a strategic capability to spray chemical dispersant liquids, as provided by the contracting authority, from aircraft to treat pollution on the water anywhere within the UK's Exclusive Economic Zone within 6 hours’ notice;

b) accepting that establishing such a capability has a lead time of up to a year, how the market would propose to maintain continuity in the provision of this strategic capability in the meantime potentially from as early as April 2017; and

c) that the Contracting Authority might be in a position to provide certain hardware and supplementary type certificates developed in relation to a solution based on a Boeing 737-400 series aircraft.

Aircraft operating services

Maritime Coastguard Agency | Published March 1, 2017
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60445000

The MCA has a strategic requirement to treat pollution on the water with chemical dispersants deployed from an appropriately configured aircraft. At this time the organisation is interested in establishing from the market the capacity for it to:

a) deliver a strategic capability to spray chemical dispersant liquids, as provided by the contracting authority, from aircraft to treat pollution on the water anywhere within the UK's Exclusive Economic Zone within 6 hours’ notice;

b) accepting that establishing such a capability has a lead time of up to a year, how the market would propose to maintain continuity in the provision of this strategic capability in the meantime potentially from as early as April 2017; and

c) that the Contracting Authority might be in a position to provide certain hardware and supplementary type certificates developed in relation to a solution based on a Boeing 737-400 series aircraft.

Grinder.

University of Southampton | Published November 11, 2015  -  Deadline November 25, 2015
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42623000

Characteristics of the system We seek to acquire an automated wafer surface grinding system with ancillary equipment to enhance the University of Southampton's optical and semiconductor materials processing capabilities for a number of high-impact projects in the major engineering themes of; Quantum Technologies and Photonics. This system will be integrated into existing lab facilities in the Optoelectronics Research Centre at the University of Southampton and will be used to expand the breadth of our manufacturing capabilities to stimulate new research ties across academia and industry via the EPSRC Quantum Hub initiative. The acquisition of this system will enable university researchers to manufacture new combinations of micron-scale-thickness optical and semiconductor material layers to tackle fundamental research in quantum light-matter interactions, quantum sensors, and telecommunications. Purpose of the Equipment. Planarisation and thinning of optical and semiconductor wafer materials to dimensions and surface roughness suitable for optical applications. The first example application will be thinning of carrier-bonded lithium niobate crystal wafers to layer thicknesses of 10 microns or less with a surface finish suitable for optical propagation (<3nm roughness Sa). Other applications include replanarisation of commercially available lithium niobate wafers to improve parallelism and surface finish. Other applications include grinding partial areas of wafers to create wafer-rim supported thin-film membranes. Planarisation and thinning of a wide range of optical and semiconductor materials are envisaged, including but not limited to; lithium niobate, silicon, silica-on-silicon, silica, and sapphire as well as composites of the above. To ensure compatibility with existing University of Southampton facilities and a broad range of material types, the system is required to support standard wafer formats from 75 mm to 150 mm diameter as well as single die. Primary Hardware. System to incorporate automated grinding capabilities in a single unit. The system must be capable of thinning wafer sizes up to 150 mm diameter with total thickness variation of ±2μm with average variation in thickness removal of less than 1μm wafer-to-wafer. The system must be able to achieve surface roughness less than 3nm (Sa) on lithium niobate. The system must offer the capability for grinding partial areas of wafers to create wafer-supported thin-film membranes as standard or via system upgrade. System to include either a universal mounting chuck for 75 mm, 100 mm, and 150 mm wafers or separate user swappable chucks for this purpose as well as mounting capability for thin substrates and single die. The system must be designed to allow unattended operation without operator intervention. A grinding system that does not require the use and disposal of chemical slurries is preferred. Under no circumstances whatsoever will the University be liable for or pay any expenses or costs which may be incurred (whether directly or indirectly) by the tenderer in the preparation or submission of their tender proposal. The University is not bound to accept the lowest offer or any tender in full or in part. In evaluating the tender, the University will seek the most economically advantageous offers in terms of the criteria listed below: High-level criteria. (Cost / Quality = 20:80) Mandatory requirements — Pass/Fail. Price 20 % Technical Suitability 60 % Service/ Maintenance / training and support 20 %.
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