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B400 Welding Supplies & Equipment

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
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This is a solicitation for the purchase of welding equipment and supplies. Two to three employees will need to be trained on how to use the equipment.

Welding equipment (4 lots)

НГВУ "Чернігівнафтогаз" ПАТ "УКРНАФТА" | Published April 23, 2017
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00136573, 38046373

Set welding equipment optical fiber

Служба безпеки України, Управління спеціального звязку | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline November 20, 2018
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20003756, 38044256, 42662000

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Migration, magnetic, electrical welding equipment for welding training workshop

Kreishandwerkerschaft Hanau | Published March 9, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
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42662000

Mechanical and electrical engineering services

Ministry of Defence, C&C, C&C | Published April 15, 2017  -  Deadline May 14, 2017
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71334000

Provision of a Mechanical and Electrical Repair, Maintenance and Installation of Equipment Including Machine Tools, Welding Machines and Local Exhaust Ventilation.

HMS Sultan holds a large quantity of equipment used for training and in support of training, which includes career courses in Mechanical and Electrical engineering principles. The statutory maintenance and support of the equipment is essential to ensure minimum downtime and disruption to the courses in the event of equipment failure. The scope of electrical repairs and tasks includes installation design, actual installation, repairs, modifications and enhancements associated with Training Facilities, Equipment and Machinery. The scope of mechanical repairs and tasks includes installation design, actual installation, repairs, modifications and enhancements associated with Training Facilities, Equipment and Machinery. Typically these machines include: Centre Lathes, Milling Machines, Grinders, Sheet Metal working machines, Drills, Wood Working Machinery, CNC controls on various machinery; supporting Hydraulic pipe work and valves, fuel and water pipe work; Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) examination, service and repair; Welding Equipment calibration, service and repair. The above listed training equipment is in support of, and essential to, training delivery. Machine Tools: To undertake all variations of electrical and mechanical repairs, servicing, statutory and maintenance routines on machine tools including Computer Numerical Controls (CNC) and to supply written report and certification on completion. All materials (including consumables and spares) required to carry out the task shall be supplied by the Contractor unless otherwise stated. All the work to be undertaken without MOD assistance unless otherwise stated and agreed. Local exhaust ventilation: To supply, fit, carry out service, testing and certification of local exhaust ventilation in compliance with current regulations. Welding equipment: To undertake all investigations and repairs to welding machines and associated equipment as required and to undertake annually calibration and validation in accordance with legal safety requirements.

Framework agreement handheld tool

Hordaland fylkeskommune | Published December 3, 2017
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HFC wishes to conclude a framework agreement on the supply of hand-holding tools work involving follow categories:
Elektro
Construction
Vehicles - mechanical
Cutting and welding equipment
Plumber
Contractor shall deliver both "professional" quality and "reasonable period" quality work involving dei category. The various entities well self kva for type quality (professional or reasonable period) that will be purchased under the framework agreement.

"Apparatus for soldering soft and firm solder or welding machines and apparatus for surface tempering and hot spraying, electric" code 27.90.3 016-2010 for DC (welding equipment, code 42662000-4 021-2015 for GC) ( rectifier inverter)

КП "Киевский Метрополитен" | Published November 17, 2016  -  Deadline November 20, 2021
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03328913, 42662000

Rectifier inverter "Paton" VDY-250E

Research and development services and related consultancy services

UNO Praha, spol. s r.o. | Published April 22, 2017  -  Deadline May 16, 2017
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73000000

It is a delivery service development and prototyping of components to polyfusion welding machine for plastic:

- the innovative machine polyfusion welding equipment suitable conditions on construction sites and industrial buildings,

- technical solution to the heating element polyfusion manual welding machine,

- technical solutions for universal clamping jaws polyfusion welding machine.

Development of a prototype machine socket fusion welding equipment:

A. Optimization of the support frame of the welding device including the surface treatment;

B. solving the technical design of the clamping jaws and their variability in different kinds of shapes due to the welded assembly;

C. Solutions and displacement tables in the fastening alternatives - mechanical displacement, elektroposuv e.g. by a linear motor:

- addressing the clamping bearings

- slide rod Coated

D. The proposed solution fixation jaws enabling even the alignment of welded parts:

- compensation in the horizontal and vertical axes;

E. manufacture a functional prototype polyfusion welding equipment

Verifying functionality developed prototype.

Verification of the correctness of the design of the prototype:

- verification of machine rigidity achieved by force,

- verify the accuracy of the load shift mechanism.

The object hereof is the development, production and testing of a prototype of the heating element with the innovative hand Fusion welding welding with direct heating insert for pipe diameters of 90, 110 and 125 mm, and the temperature control in the range of values ​​for the welding of PE and PP eventually PVDF.

Development of a prototype of the heating element socket fusion welding handheld device:

A solution heating method (induction, resistance, etc.)

B. shape and material solutions to optimize weight,

C. Solution gripping the handle, and temperature control,

D. Solution nonstick surface weld surface

E. manufacture a functional prototype hand-held socket fusion welding equipment.

Verifying functionality developed prototype.

Verification of welded joints welded on plastics developed a prototype of a heating element

- measuring the temperature distribution of the functional surfaces and weld joint.

The object hereof is the development, production and testing of the prototype of the clamping jaws for clamping the welded thermoplastic fittings polyfusion for pipe diameters of 90, 110 and 125 mm.

Development of a prototype clamping jaws for clamping the fittings welded polyfusion for pipe diameters of 90, 110 and 125 mm.

A. Solution shaped jaws with clamping fitting according to individual tolerance and product outside diameters welded parts.

B. Solution applicability jaws for all combinations of parts to be welded.

Embedding pads or blocks for the desired range of pipe diameters.

Production of functional prototype universal clamping jaws for welded pipes polyfusion.

Verifying functionality developed prototype.

Verification of the correctness of the design developed prototype.

- Stiffness test at maximum load.

Procurement of technological equipment used for estimation of qualitative parameters of diamonds

Premier Consulting EU, s.r.o. | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
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43720000

Concerned contract covers technological equipment in the following divisions: Part 1: - Laser welding equipment for jewelry purposes - Vacuum casting equipment for goldsmiths for casting alloys of gold, silver and platinum designed for smaller and custom manufacturing Part 2 - Raman microscope for analysis of precious stones part 3: - FT-IR spectrometer for the analysis of precious stones part 4 - a device used to identify synthetic diamonds and diamond modified technology HPHT - fluorescence microscope serving to display the surface fluorescence of diamonds caused by short-wave ultraviolet radiation, whose function is to identify synthetic diamonds under observation their growth structure - 3D printer with UV light source to print resin models of jewelry for the purposes of direct casting printed models through the plaster into the precious metals and the needs of the production of rubber molds

Workshop equipment

Handwerkskammer Trier | Published April 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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43800000, 32000000, 33130000

Equipment (machinery, equipment, teaching aids) for various subject areas in BTZ 1 and 2.

Vehicle wheel alignment.

PC and accessories, software, audio, video ...

Painting guns and accessories.

Automotive diagnostic device for several manufacturers brands.

Small machines for machining metal workpieces (eg bending ...).

Vehicle training models to illustrate functions.

SHK training models for illustrating functions.

Welding equipment and accessories (burners ...).

Laboratory equipment for the field of dental technology (kiln, vibrator ...).

Articulator and accessories for the field of dental technology.

Zircon lamp and oven for the field of dental technology.

Articles of precious metal

Diamantier, s.r.o. | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
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18513300, 43720000, 38510000, 38433000, 38515000

Concerned contract covers technological equipment in the following divisions:

Part 1:

- Laser welding equipment for jewelry purposes.

- Vacuum casting equipment for goldsmiths for casting alloys of gold, silver and platinum designed for smaller and custom manufacturing.

Part 2:

- Raman microscope for analysis of precious stones.

Part 3:

- FT-IR spectrometer for the analysis of precious stones.

Part 4:

- A device used to identify synthetic diamonds and HPHT diamonds adapted technology.

- a fluorescent microscope serves to show the surface of diamonds of fluorescence caused by short wave UV light, the function of which is to identify synthetic diamonds by observing the growth structure,

- 3D printer with UV light source to print resin models of jewelry for the purposes of direct casting printed models through the plaster into the precious metals and the needs of the production of rubber molds.

Part 1 includes the following two devices:

- Laser welding equipment for jewelry purposes.

- Vacuum casting equipment for goldsmiths for casting alloys of gold, silver and platinum designed for smaller and custom manufacturing.

Part 2 consists of the following:

- Raman microscope for analysis of precious stones.

Part 3 is the following technology:

- FT-IR spectrometer for the analysis of precious stones.

Part 4 includes the following technologies:

- A device used to identify synthetic diamonds and HPHT diamonds adapted technology.

- a fluorescent microscope serves to show the surface of diamonds of fluorescence caused by short wave UV light, the function of which is to identify synthetic diamonds by observing the growth structure,

- 3D printer with UV light source to print resin models of jewelry for the purposes of direct casting printed models through the plaster in precious metals and ...

Z--Replace Steam and Condensate Mains Oval 2 & Outlying Branches, Project No. 542-10-101

Department of Veterans Affairs, Network Contracting Office 4 | Published March 2, 2017  -  Deadline May 31, 2017
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Project No. 542-10-101 Construction Phase Replace Steam and Condensate Mains, Oval 2 and Outlying Branches ACQUISITION INFORMATION: THIS OPPORTUNITY IS AVAILABLE ONLY TO SERVICE DISABLED VETERAN-OWNED SMALL BUSINESSES. Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses (SDVOSB) must be verified by The Center for Veterans Enterprise, CVE ). This acquisition is conducted in accordance with FAR Part 36 & 15, Request for Proposal. The Coatesville VA Medical Center is soliciting proposals under Solicitation No. VA244-17-R-0323 for the following: Replace Steam and Condensate Mains, Oval 2 and Outlying Branches, Project No. 542-10-101. This project replaces the steam system condensate return mains and portions of the steam distribution mains at drip stations in all of Oval 2, which includes Buildings 38, 39, 57, 58, 59, 139 and the connecting tunnels. This project replaces steam-to-water heat exchangers, pressure reducing stations in the service rooms, steam main isolation valves and condensate main piping and all insulation. It also converts the heating systems in Buildings 36 and 40 from steam heat to gas-fired heat. Piping replacements mainly occur in the below-floor crawl spaces. Some of the replacements occur in Building 59 basement level support spaces. Some reconfiguration of service room equipment is required to accomplish the work, including the addition of equipment platforms. The work includes all associated architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical and control work. It also includes temporary/portable steam generator service, temporary piping connections and any associated site restoration. The buildings must remain fully operational while the work is being completed. The Contractor shall provide all necessary labor, materials, tools, equipment, transportation, permits testing, reports and supervision as necessary to accomplish the work and in accordance with federal, state and local codes and regulations. All work shall be performed in accordance with the contract, specifications and drawings. The steam system is a vital infrastructure. Steam must be maintained at all times during the contract to meet the facility needs, except for short-term shutdowns (usually less than 8-hour duration) scheduled in advance with the Coatesville VA Medical Center (CVAMC). The contractor must provide temporary steam to meet all requirements during each phase of the work. During warm weather, when heating is not required, the temporary steam would only need to meet domestic hot water requirements. The portions of the work requiring temporary steam must be done one building at a time unless otherwise approved by the Contracting Officer s Representative (COR). The contractor must coordinate its schedule with the CVAMC and schedule the work accordingly. The work must be scheduled in cooperation with the CVAMC to ensure continuity of CVAMC functions and allowance for special events such as The Joint Commission visit or special veterans events. A new natural gas meter must be provided by Pennsylvania Electric Company (PECO) in coordination with the CVAMC and the contractor for the work in buildings 36 and 40, which will include the installation of natural gas-fired unit heaters. There will be no government furnished property. Temporary Utilities: Limited use of electricity for 115V tools will be available with no charge to the contractor for performance of the contract. The contractor shall provide its own sources for larger loads, such as welding equipment. Domestic water will be available at no charge to the contractor, but the contractor shall be responsible for all temporary connections. The contractor shall provide reduced pressure backflow preventers for all locations of connection to the CVAMC system, and must maintain the temporary connections to prevent leakage. Adequate space for staging of materials will be in coordination with the CVAMC in accordance with the specifications. The solicitation documents and drawings will be available for download from the website https://www.fbo.gov on or about April 13, 2017. Potential offerors are responsible for monitoring this site for the release of the solicitation package and any other pertinent information and updates. The Government will not provide paper copies of the solicitation. Offerors will be responsible for downloading their own copy of the solicitation package, drawings, and subsequent amendments, if any. Telephone, written, facsimile, or e-mail requests for the solicitation will NOT be honored. It is essential that interested parties register on the contractors mailing list at https://www.fbo.gov, "Interested Vendor List". Individual copies of the Offeror's Mailing List WILL NOT be prepared nor distributed by the Contracting Officer. The solicitation amendments issued to the RFP will be posted to the website and offerors are advised it is their responsibility to obtain and acknowledge all amendments. Paper copies of amendments will NOT be individually mailed. The Pre-Proposal site visit walk-thru will be held on April 27, 2017, at 10:00 am (Contractors are to meet in Bldg. 19 South Conference Room). While the walk-thru is not mandatory, all offerors, suppliers and subcontractors are strongly encouraged to attend. All requests for information or questions regarding the solicitation must be submitted in writing to the Contracting Officer via mail to the mailing address: Coatesville VAMC, 1400 Blackhorse Hill Road, Coatesville, PA 19320, or by email: elizabeth.morin3@va.gov no later than Close of Business, May 11, 2017. No telephonic or fax requests will be honored. Answers to contractor questions will be posted to FBO.gov on or about May 22, 2017. In accordance with VAAR 836.204, the magnitude for this procurement is between $2,000,000 and $5,000,000 and NAICS Code 236220 with a small business size standard of $36.5 million. Proposals are due May 31, 2017, 10:00 AM. All interested contractors must ensure that their firms have the ability to provide 100% Performance and Payment Bonds and a 20% Bid Guarantee. The Government contemplates award of a Firm Fixed Price contract resulting from this solicitation. Award of this contract is subject to the availability of FY17 funds. The maximum time for completion of the project is 456 calendar days after receipt of Notice to Proceed. To be considered for award, all prospective contractors MUST be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) Database at www.sam.gov , MUST be in compliance with VAAR 819.7003 and meet the CVE SDVOSB verification requirements per www.vetbiz.gov, and MUST meet OSHA/EPA requirements. For SDVOSB CVE verification guidelines, you may refer to http://vip.vetbiz.gov . To register in SAM, you may go online at https://www.sam.gov. For OSHA information, you may refer to www.osha.gov. (End of Document)
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