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Manchester Airport Group | Published April 19, 2012
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Recycled Paper - 80 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 70 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 60 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 50 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 40 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 30 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 20 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Recycled Paper - 10 % Post Consumer Waste Content. 1.17.9. Paper - Cut Sheet. 1.17.9. Paper - Copier. 1.17.9. Paper - Reel. 1.17.9. Paper - Continuous/Pack-to-Pack. 1.17.9. Paper - Laser Paper. 1.17.9. Paper - Inkjet Paper. 1.17.9. Card. 1.17.13. Pre-Printed Stationery/Supplies. 1.17.13. Diaries. 1.17.13. Envelopes. 1.17.13. Continuous Stationery - Billing. 1.17.13. Forms. 1.17.13. Business Cards. 1.17.13. Continuous Stationery - Other. 1.17.13. Bag Labels. 1.17.13. Board Labels. 1.17.13. Durable weather-resistant labels. 1.17.13. Self Adhesive Labels (with Bar-Coding). 1.17.13. Self Adhesive Labels (without Bar-Coding). 1.17.16. Publications (Off-The-Shelf). 1.17.16. Periodicals. 1.17.16. Books. 1.17.16. Manuals. 1.17.16. Newspapers. 1.17.17. Paper Maps. 1.17.18. Janitorial Equipment & Supplies. 1.17.18. Soaps & Detergents. 1.17.18. Toilet/Bathroom Tissue. 1.17.18. Refuse Sacks. 1.17.18. Hand Care Products. 1.17.21. Printing & Photographic Chemicals & Materials. 1.17.22. Catering Equipment. 1.17.22. Catering Equipment - Supply. 1.17.22. Catering Equipment - Supply & Install. 1.17.22. Watercoolers. 1.17.23. Catering Supplies. 1.17.23. Catering Supplies - Disposable. 1.17.24. Storage/Warehouse Equipment & Supplies. 1.17.24. Racking Systems - Supply Only. 1.17.24. Shelving. 1.17.24. Pallets. 1.17.24. Archiving Equipment. 1.17.24. Racking Systems - Supply & Install. 1.17.25. Packaging Equipment & Supplies. 1.17.25. Carrier Bags - Plastic. 1.17.25. Carrier Bags - Paper. 1.17.25. Packing Supplies - Tape. 1.17.25. Packing Supplies - String. 1.17.25. Roll-On/Roll-Off Cages. 1.17.25. Letter Sorting Frames. 1.17.25. Mail Bags. 1.17.25. Cartons & Boxes. 1.17.25. Mail Delivery Satchel. 1.17.26. Security Printing. 1.17.26. Cheques. 1.17.26. Stamps. 1.17.26. Postal Orders. 1.17.26. Security Printing - Billing. 1.17.26. Self Adhesive Postal Stamps. 1.17.27. Pre-Printed Plastic Cards. 1.17.27. Personalised Plastic Cards. 1.17.80. Recycling Supplies. 1.17.80. Plastic Strapping. 1.17.80. Polyester Strapping. 1.17.80. Recycling Bags. 1.17.80. Frames for Recycling Bags. 1.17.80. Recycling Boxes. 1.17.80. Recycling Bins. 1.17.80. Recycling Containers. 1.17.80. Steel Strapping. 1.17.81. Recycling Equipment. 1.17.81. Waste Paper Balers. 1.17.81. Cardboard Balers. 1.17.81. Plastics Balers. 1.17.81. Polysterene Balers. 1.17.81. Can Crusher. 1.17.81. Shears. 1.17.81. Briquettes. 1.17.81. Shredders. 1.17.81. Cranes. 1.17.81. Conveyors. 1.17.81. Conveyors. 1.17.81. Scrap handler screens. 1.17.81. Planers. 1.17.81. Washing plant. 1.17.81. Mobile bulk handling equipment. 1.17.81. Standby Buster. 1.17.99. Other Office Materials & Supplies. 1.17.99. Wallets - Leather. 1.18.0. Pipes & accessories. 1.18.1. Pipes & Fittings - Fibre Cement. 1.18.1. Pipes - Fibre Cement. 1.18.1. Pipe Fittings - Fibre Cement. 1.18.2. Pipes & Fittings - Concrete. 1.18.2. Pipes - Concrete. 1.18.2. Pipe Fittings - Concrete. 1.18.3. Pipes & Fittings - Ductile Iron. 1.18.3. Pipes - Ductile Iron. 1.18.3. Pipe Fittings - Ductile Iron. 1.18.3. Pipe Fittings - Ductile Iron End Caps. 1.18.4. Pipes & Fittings - Copper. 1.18.4. Pipes - Copper. 1.18.4. Pipe Fittings - Copper. 1.18.5. Pipes & Fittings - Clay. 1.18.5. Pipes - Clay. 1.18.5. Pipe Fittings - Clay. 1.18.6. Pipes & Fittings - High Density Polyethylene (HDPE). 1.18.6. Pipes - HDPE. 1.18.6. Pipe Fittings - HDPE. 1.18.7. Pipes & Fittings - Medium Density Polyethylene (MDPE). 1.18.7. Pipes - MDPE. 1.18.7. Pipe Fittings - MDPE. 1.18.8. Pipes & Fittings - MOPVC. 1.18.8. Pipes - MOPVC. 1.18.8. Pipe Fittings - MOPVC. 1.18.9. Pipes & Fittings - PVC. 1.18.9. Pipes - PVC. 1.18.9. Pipe Fittings - PVC. 1.18.10. Pipes & Fittings - Steel. 1.18.10. Pipes - Mild Steel. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Mild Steel. 1.18.10. Pipes - Carbon Steel. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel. 1.18.10. Pipes - Alloy Steel. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Alloy Steel. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Blind Sealing Plugs. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings & Flanges - Carbon Steel (Gas <7 bar). 1.18.10. pipe fittings - non-tap plugs. steel (gas <7 carbon induction bends. welded branch. pipes spiral wound. pups. flanges> 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Bends > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Tees > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel End Caps > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Insulation Joints > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Plug Valves > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Forged Reducers > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Fabricated Reducers > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Stopple Equipment > 7 Bar. 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Studbolts > 7 Bar. 1.18.11. Pipe Fittings - Clamps & Collars. 1.18.12. Pipe Fittings - Couplings & Flanged Adapters. 1.18.12. Mechanical Mains Connectors. 1.18.13. Pipe Fittings - Electrofusion Fittings. 1.18.14. Pipe Fittings - Gunmetal. 1.18.15. Pipe Fittings - Plastic. 1.18.15. Gas Mains-to-Meter Fittings. 1.18.16. Pipes & Fittings - Stainless Steel. 1.18.16. Pipes - Stainless Steel. 1.18.16. Pipe Fittings - Stainless Steel. 1.18.16. Pipe Fittings - Compression Fittings. 1.18.17. Ducting. 1.18.17. Flexible Hoses. 1.18.18. Water Flange Joint Sets. 1.18.19. Pipe Accessories, Consumables & Associated Supplies. 1.18.19. Heat Shrink Sleeves. 1.18.19. Anti-Shear Sleeves. 1.18.19. Pipe Wraps. 1.18.19. Sleeve Bends. 1.18.19. Pipe Silencers - In Line. 1.18.19. Pipe Centralisers. 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers. 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - Ductile Iron/Steel. 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - GRP. 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - Plastic. 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - Concrete. 1.18.25. Leak Detection, Control & Repair Equipment/Materials. 1.18.25. Anaerobic Sealant - Internal. 1.18.25. Anaerobic Sealant - External. 1.18.25. Leak Detection Fluid. 1.18.25. Monoethylene Glycol (MEG). 1.18.25. Leakage Repair Sealants. 1.18.25. Leak Repair Fittings. 1.18.25. Encapsulation Kit. 1.18.25. Foam-off Kits. 1.18.25. Live Insertion Equipment. 1.18.25. Dead Insertion Equipment. 1.18.26. Pipes & Fittings - GRP. 1.18.26. Pipes - GRP. 1.18.26. Pipe Fittings - GRP. 1.18.26. Service Riser Covers - GRP. 1.18.27. Standpipes. 1.18.99. Other Pipes. 1.18.99. Hanging and Insertion of Pipes, Compensation Elements. 1.19.0. Valves, actuators & spares. 1.19.1. Valves - Air. 1.19.2. Valves - Gate/Sluice/Knife. 1.19.2. Valves - Wedge Gate. 1.19.2. Valves - Gate. 1.19.2. Valves - Sluice. 1.19.2. Valves - Knife. 1.19.2. Mechanical Mains Valves & Fittings. 1.19.3. Valves - Hydrants. 1.19.4. Valves - Non-Return/Reflux/Check. 1.19.4. Valves - Non Return. 1.19.4. Valves - Reflux. 1.19.4. Valves - Check. 1.19.4. Valves - Recoil. 1.19.4. Valves - Non Slam. 1.19.4. Valves - Non Return (Gas < 7 Bar). 1.19.4. Valves - Non Return (Gas > 7 Bar). 1.19.5. Valves - Penstock. 1.19.7. Valves - Needle/Globe. 1.19.7. Valves - Needle. 1.19.7. Valves - Globe. 1.19.8. Valves - Flap. 1.19.9. Valves - Butterfly. 1.19.10. Valves - Ball. 1.19.10. Valves - Ball (Gas < 7 Bar). 1.19.10. Service Isolation Valves. 1.19.10. Valves - Ball (Gas > 7 Bar). 1.19.11. Valves - Diaphragm. 1.19.12. Valves - Pressure Control. 1.19.12. Valves - Excess Flow. 1.19.12. Valves - Reducing. 1.19.12. Valves - Sustaining. 1.19.12. Valves - Governor Safety Vent. 1.19.15. Valves - Solenoid. 1.19.16. Valves - Safety. 1.19.16. Valves - Safety Pressure Relief. 1.19.17. Actuators. 1.19.17. Actuators - Electronic. 1.19.17. Actuators - Gas. 1.19.17. Actuators - Hydraulic. 1.19.18. Valves - Float Operated. 1.19.19. Valves - Plug. 1.19.99. Other Valves, Actuators & Spares. 1.19.99. Valves - Traps & Eliminators. 1.19.99. Valve Alarms (High/Low Water). 1.19.99. Valves - Silencers. 1.19.99. Valves - Double Disc. 1.19.99. Valves - Parallel Slide. 1.19.99. Valve Cabinets. 1.20.0. Transport & mobile plant. 1.20.1. Passenger Cars. 1.20.2. Vans - Car-derived. 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles. 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles - Four Wheel Drive. 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles (2 - 3.5 Tonne GVW). 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles (3.5 - 7.5 Tonne GVW). 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles (Above 7.5 Tonne GVW). 1.20.3. Coaches. 1.20.3. Electric Vehicles. 1.20.6. Specialist Vehicles, Tankers, Bodies & Trailers. 1.20.6. Vehicles - All Terrain. 1.20.6. Trailers. 1.20.6. Trolleys & Trucks (Powered). 1.20.6. Trolleys & Trucks (Non-powered). 1.20.6. Vehicles - Overhead Line Maintenance. 1.20.6. Bodywork / Cabs. 1.20.6. De-icing Equipment. 1.20.6. Vehicles - Fire. 1.20.6. Trucks - High Lift. 1.20.6. Mobile Substation Trailers. 1.20.6. Snow Clearing Equipment. 1.20.6. Tractors. 1.20.6. Trucks - Vacuum. 1.20.6. Ambulances. 1.20.6. Trucks - Refuse. 1.20.7. Tyres & Tubes. 1.20.7. Tyres - Low Rolling Resistance. 1.20.7. Tyres - Passenger Loading Bridge. 1.20.8. Cable/Pipe Laying Plant. 1.20.9. Mobile Plant (excl. Mechanical Handling Plant - use 1.20.13). 1.20.9. Excavators - Mini. 1.20.9. Excavators. 1.20.9. Bulldozers. 1.20.9. Scrapers. 1.20.9. Tractors. 1.20.10. Trenchless Equipment. 1.20.10. Moling Equipment. 1.20.10. Moling Equipment Spares. 1.20.11. Access Platforms & Equipment. 1.20.11. Access Platforms - Hydraulic. 1.20.11. Access Platforms - Pneumatic. 1.20.11. Access Platforms - Electrically Insulated. 1.20.12. Horticultural Equipment. 1.20.12. Grass Cutting Equipment. 1.20.12. Mowers - Hand. 1.20.12. Strimmers. 1.20.12. Mowers - Flail. 1.20.13. Cranes (Mobile) & Mechanical Handling Plant/Equipment. 1.20.13. Cranes - Marine. 1.20.13. Trucks - Forklift. 1.20.13. Cranes - Mobile. 1.20.13. Trucks - Hand. 1.20.13. Cranes - Lorry. 1.20.13. Trucks - Pallet. 1.20.13. Trolleys. 1.20.14. Garage Equipment. 1.20.14. Hydraulic Ramps. 1.20.14. Hydraulic Lifts. 1.20.14. Spraying Equipment. 1.20.14. Jacks & Hoists. 1.20.14. Pneumatic Equipment. 1.20.14. Manual Ramps & Lifts. 1.20.15. Vehicle/Mobile Plant Parts & Accessories. 1.20.15. Car Filters. 1.20.15. Anti-freeze. 1.20.15. Exhausts - Vehicle/Mobile Plant. 1.20.15. Batteries - Vehicle/Mobile Plant. 1.20.15. Brake Assemblies & Clutches. 1.20.16. Boats & Marine Vessels. 1.20.16. Boats. 1.20.16. Coastal Survey Vessels. 1.20.16. Multi Purpose Vessels/Workboats. 1.20.16. Tugs. 1.20.16. Pilot Launches. 1.20.17. Bicycles & Spares. 1.20.18. Railway Equipment. 1.20.19. Passenger Loading Bridges. 1.20.19. Passenger Loading Bridges - Telescopic. 1.20.19. Passenger Loading Bridges - Non-Telescopic. 1.20.20. Baggage Trolleys. 1.20.21. Fuel Delivery, Storage and Dispensing Equipment. 1.20.21. Fuel Delivery and Dispensing Equipment. 1.20.21. Fuel Storage Tanks and Equipment. 1.20.98. Other Transport. 1.20.99. Other Mobile Plant. 1.20.99. Mobile Compressors. 1.21.0. Tools & specialist equipment. 1.21.1. Tools & Equipment - Cable Joiners. 1.21.1. Compression Tools. 1.21.1. Cable Joiners - Dies. 1.21.2. Tools & Equipment - Overhead Line. 1.21.2. Climbing Equipment & Accessories. 1.21.3. Insulated Tools. 1.21.4. Hand Tools (Non-Powered). 1.21.4. Wrenches. 1.21.4. Pliers. 1.21.4. Knives. 1.21.4. Cutters/Croppers. 1.21.4. Hacksaw & Blades. 1.21.4. Spanners. 1.21.4. Hammers. 1.21.4. Screwdrivers. 1.21.5. Tools & Equipment - Drilling. 1.21.5. Borehole Casings. 1.21.6. Power Tools (incl. Pneumatic/Hydraulic). 1.21.6. Power Tools - Electric (Mains). 1.21.6. Power Tools - Electric (Rechargeable Battery). 1.21.6. Power Tools - Pneumatic. 1.21.6. Power Tools - Hydraulic. 1.21.8. Test & Inspection Equipment. 1.21.8. Multimeters. 1.21.8. Impact Soil Testers. 1.21.8. Valve Test and Setting Equipment. 1.21.9. Workshop Machinery & Equipment. 1.21.9. Milling & Hole Cutters. 1.21.9. Broaches & Chasers. 1.21.9. Brushing & Grinding Wheels. 1.21.9. Lathe, Planer & Shaper Tools. 1.21.9. Arbors, Chucks & Collets. 1.21.9. Taps & Dies. 1.21.9. Gauges. 1.21.9. Anvils, Chisels & Punches. 1.21.9. Measuring Tools. 1.21.9. Files, Rasps & Scrapers. 1.21.10. Industrial Cleaning Equipment. 1.21.10. Vacuum Cleaners. 1.21.11. Workshop Cleaning Consumables. 1.21.11. Cloths & Rags. 1.21.11. Absorbents. 1.21.11. Wipes. 1.21.13. Abrasive Products. 1.21.14. Welding & Cutting Equipment (incl. Consumables). 1.21.14. Welding Electrodes. 1.21.14. Brazing/Welding Filler Rods & Wire. 1.21.14. Welding & Cutting Equipment. 1.21.14. Fluxes. 1.21.14. Electrofusion Control Boxes. 1.21.14. Butt Fusion Machines. 1.21.14. Electrofusion Tooling. 1.21.15. Tools & Equipment - Pipeline. 1.21.15. Pig Traps & Closures. 1.21.15. Pipe Fitting Tools. 1.21.15. Pig Spares - Mechanical Components. 1.21.15. Pig Spares - Polyurethane Products. 1.21.15. Bag Stops - Iris. 1.21.15. Bag Stops - E4. 1.21.15. Line Stop Equipment. 1.21.15. Searcher Bars. 1.21.15. Damping Elements/Compensator. 1.21.16. Weighing Equipment. 1.21.16. Weighbridges. 1.21.16. Weighing Equipment - Baggage. 1.21.16. Weighing Equipment - Post Office. 1.21.17. Laboratory Equipment. 1.21.17. Cod Tubes. 1.21.17. PET Tubes. 1.21.17. Sampling Equipment - Stainless Steel. 1.21.17. Laboratory Glassware. 1.21.17. Laboratory Apparatus. 1.21.17. Laboratory Consumables. 1.21.18. Pollution Control Equipment. 1.21.18. Booms - Pollution Control. 1.21.18. Buoys - Pollution Control. 1.21.18. Dispersant - Pollution Control. 1.21.18. Absorbents - Pollution Control. 1.21.18. Suction Equipment. 1.21.18. Filtering Equipment. 1.21.18. Interceptors - Pollution Control. 1.21.19. Ladders. 1.21.19. Ladders - Insulated. 1.21.19. Ladders - Step. 1.21.20. Port/Marine Tools & Equipment. 1.21.20. Buoys. 1.21.20. Navigation Aids. 1.21.20. Marine Ramps. 1.21.20. Marine Fenders. 1.21.20. Life Rafts. 1.21.20. Life Jackets. 1.21.20. Buoyancy Aids. 1.21.20. Catenary Safety Buoys. 1.21.99. Other Tools & Specialist Equipment. 1.21.99. Automatic Barriers. 1.22.0. Nuclear & reactor plant & equipment. 1.22.1. Nuclear Gas Reactor & Core. 1.22.2. Nuclear Fuel Assembly. 1.22.3. Nuclear Gas Baffle. 1.22.4. Nuclear Gas Diagrid & Support Skirt. 1.22.5. Nuclear Shielding. 1.22.6. Nuclear Pressure Vessel & Liner. 1.22.7. Nuclear Gas Circulators. 1.22.8. Nuclear Control Rod & Assembly. 1.22.8. Control Rod Drive & Monitoring Equipment. 1.22.9. Nuclear Reactor Pumps. 1.22.9. PWR Reactor Coolant Pumps. 1.22.10. Nuclear Fuel Route Equipment. 1.22.11. Nuclear In-Service Inspection Equipment. 1.22.11. Lower Boiler Annulus Manipulator. 1.22.11. Hoist Unit. 1.22.11. Sub-Diagrid Manipulator. 1.22.11. Channel Bore Measurement Unit. 1.22.11. Interstitial Manipulator. 1.22.12. Nuclear Island Control & Instrumentation Systems & Spares. 1.22.12. Health Physics Instruments. 1.22.12. Active Maintenance Equipment. 1.22.12. Irradiated Fuel Handling Equipment. 1.22.12. Reactor Monitoring Systems - Neutron Flux. 1.22.12. Reactor Monitoring Systems - In-Core Flux. 1.22.12. Reactor Monitoring Systems - Core Exit Temperature. 1.22.13. Nuclear Reactor Protection Systems & Spares. 1.22.13. Reactor Protection Plant Instrumentation. 1.22.13. High Integrity Reactor Protection Software. 1.22.13. Reactor Trip Switchgear. 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Handling & Reprocessing Equipment. 1.22.14. Caesium Removal System. 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Reprocessing Equipment. 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Handling Equipment. 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Containers. 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Treatment Processing Plant. 1.22.15. Nuclear Primary Circuit Pipework, Vales & Penetrations. 1.22.16. Nuclear Sampling Systems. 1.22.17. Nuclear Cooling Water & Heat Removal Systems. 1.22.18. Nuclear Containment & Ventilation Systems. 1.22.19. Dosimetry Equipment & Control Systems. 1.22.20. Nuclear Fire Barrier & Containment Penetrations. 1.22.21. Nuclear Fuel Storage Racks & Equipment. 1.22.21. Nuclear Fuel Storage - Wet Fuel. 1.22.21. Nuclear Fuel Storage - Dry Fuel. 1.22.22. Nuclear Robotics/Remote Operations Equipment. 1.22.23. Nuclear Fuel. 1.22.24. PWR Pressure Vessel & Internals. 1.22.25. PWR Pressuriser & Pressure Control Systems. 1.22.26. PWR Steam Generator Plant. 1.22.27. PWR Chemical & Volume Control/Reactor Make-up Systems. 1.22.28. PWR Emergency Boration & Charging Systems. 1.22.99. Other Nuclear & Reactor Plant & Equipment. 1.22.99. Resin Regeneration Unit. 1.23.0. COMPUTER EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES. 1.23.1. Computer Hardware & Accessories - Workstations/Servers. 1.23.1. Midrange Servers. 1.23.1. Desktop PC's. 1.23.1. PC Servers. 1.23.1. Network Servers. 1.23.1. Internet Servers. 1.23.1. Apple Mac Computers. 1.23.1. UNIX Servers. 1.23.1. PC Power Supplies. 1.23.1. Memory Boards. 1.23.1. Computer Processors. 1.23.1. Tape/Disk Drives. 1.23.2. Computer Hardware & Accessories - Portable. 1.23.2. Laptop/Notebook PCs. 1.23.2. Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs). 1.23.2. Handheld Terminals. 1.23.3. Computer Hardware - Mainframes. 1.23.3. Computer CPUs. 1.23.3. Computer Storage. 1.23.3. Mainframe Equipment. 1.23.4. Computer Peripherals. 1.23.4. Printers - Laser (B&W). 1.23.4. Computer Keyboards. 1.23.4. Computer Mice. 1.23.4. Computer Monitors (Flatscreen). 1.23.4. Computer Monitors (CRT). 1.23.4. Computer Scanners. 1.23.4. Digital Cameras. 1.23.4. Printers - Laser (Colour). 1.23.4. Printers - Inkjet. 1.23.4. Plotte+E2014rs. 1.23.4. Computer Connection Leads. 1.23.5. Network Equipment & Accessories. 1.23.5. Network Routers. 1.23.5. Modems. 1.23.5. Network Hubs. 1.23.5. Network Cables. 1.23.5. Network Cards. 1.23.6. Software Development Tools. 1.23.6. Databases. 1.23.6. Application Generators. 1.23.6. Data Administration Tools. 1.23.6. Java Development Tools. 1.23.7. General Business Software (Off-The-Shelf). 1.23.7. Software - Project Management. 1.23.7. Software Licences. 1.23.7. Software - Word Processing. 1.23.7. Software - Spreadsheet. 1.23.7. Software - Graphics. 1.23.7. Software - Desktop Publishing. 1.23.7. Software - Antivirus. 1.23.7. Software - Route Planning. 1.23.8. Specialist Business Software (excl. Software Development - use 2.40.02). 1.23.8. Software - CRM. 1.23.8. Software - Call Centre. 1.23.8. Software - Billing. 1.23.8. Software - Procurement. 1.23.8. Software - Financial. 1.23.8. Software - Logistics. 1.23.8. Software - Personnel. 1.23.8. Software - Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). 1.23.8. Software - Ecommerce. 1.23.8. Software - Safety, Health, Environment and Security. 1.23.8. Software - Energy Trading System. 1.23.8. Software - Metering. 1.23.8. Software - Traffic Management Act. 1.23.8. Corporate Governance Software Tools. 1.23.8. Fire Station Equipment Management Systems. 1.23.8. Envoronmental Management Systems (Noise, Radar, Air, Weather). 1.23.8. Business Risk Management Software. 1.23.8. Facilities Management and Maintenance Systems. 1.23.9. Technical Software. 1.23.9. Software - GIS. 1.23.9. Software - Hydrology. 1.23.9. Software - CAD/CAM. 1.23.9. Software - Instrumentation Control Automation. 1.23.9. Software - Document Image Processing Systems. 1.23.9. Software - Digital Records Systems. 1.23.9. Software - Risk Assessment and Incident Recording. 1.23.9. Software - Incident Management. 1.23.10. Utility Software. 1.23.10. Software - Access Control. 1.23.10. Software - Web Content Management. 1.23.10. Software - Security System. 1.23.10. Software - Network. 1.23.10. Software - Communications. 1.23.11. Computer Consumables (excl. Laser/Inkjet Paper - use 1.17.09). 1.23.11. Floppy Disks. 1.23.11. Toner Cartridges. 1.23.11. Paper - Tractor. 1.23.11. Toner Cartridges - Recycled. 1.23.11. Computer Switches. 1.23.11. Compact Disks. 1.23.12. Computer Systems. 1.23.12. Turbine Vibration Monitoring System. 1.23.12. POS Equipment. 1.23.12. Flight Information Systems. 1.23.99. Other Computer Equipment & Supplies. 1.24.0. SWITCHGEAR. 1.24.1. Switchgear - Indoor (Below 1kV). 1.24.2. Switchgear - Indoor (1kV to 19kV). 1.24.2. Switchgear - 10kV (Oil). 1.24.2. Switchgear - 10kV (SF6). 1.24.2. Switchgear - 10kV (Vacuum). 1.24.2. Switchgear - 11kV (Oil). 1.24.2. Switchgear - 11kV (SF6). 1.24.2. Switchgear - 11kV (Vacuum). 1.24.3. Switchgear - Indoor (20kV to 99kV). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 20kV (Oil). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 20kV (SF6). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 20kV (Vacuum). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 22kV (Oil). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 22kV (SF6). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 22kV (Vacuum). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 25kV (Oil). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 25kV (SF6). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 25kV (Vacuum). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 33kV (Oil). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 33kV (SF6). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 33kV (Vacuum). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 38kV (Oil). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 38kV (SF6). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 38kV (Vacuum). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 66kV (Oil). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 66kV (SF6). 1.24.3. Switchgear - 66kV (Vacuum). 1.24.4. Switchgear - Indoor (100kV to 199kV). 1.24.4. Switchgear - 132kV (Oil). 1.24.4. Switchgear - 132kV (SF6). 1.24.4. Switchgear - 132kV (Vacuum). 1.24.4. Switchgear - 132kV (Air Blast). 1.24.4. Switchgear - 132kV (Gas Insulated). 1.24.5. Switchgear - Indoor (200kV & Above). 1.24.5. Switchgear - 275kV (Oil). 1.24.5. Switchgear - 275kV (SF6). 1.24.5. Switchgear - 275kV (Vacuum). 1.24.5. Switchgear - 275kV (Air Blast). 1.24.5. Switchgear - 275kV (Gas Insulated). 1.24.5. Switchgear - 400kV (Oil). 1.24.5. Switchgear - 400kV (SF6). 1.24.5. Switchgear - 400kV (Vacuum). 1.24.5. Switchgear - 400kV (Air Blast). 1.24.5. Switchgear - 400kV (Gas Insulated). 1.24.6. Switchgear - Outdoor (Below 1kV). 1.24.7. Switchgear - Outdoor (1kV to 19kV). 1.24.7. Switchgear - 10kV (Oil). 1.24.7. Switchgear - 10kV (SF6). 1.24.7. Switchgear - 10kV (Vacuum). 1.24.7. Switchgear - 11kV (Oil). 1.24.7. Switchgear - 11kV (SF6). 1.24.7. Switchgear - 11kV (Vacuum). 1.24.8. Switchgear - Outdoor (20kV to 99kV). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 20kV (Oil). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 20kV (SF6). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 20kV (Vacuum). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 22kV (Oil). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 22kV (SF6). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 22kV (Vacuum). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 25kV (Oil). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 25kV (SF6). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 25kV (Vacuum). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 33kV (Oil). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 33kV (SF6). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 33kV (Vacuum). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 38kV (Oil). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 38kV (SF6). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 38kV (Vacuum). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 66kV (Oil). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 66kV (SF6). 1.24.8. Switchgear - 66kV (Vacuum). 1.24.9. Switchgear - Outdoor (100kV to 199kV). 1.24.9. Switchgear - 132kV (Oil). 1.24.9. Switchgear - 132kV (SF6). 1.24.9. Switchgear - 132kV (Vacuum). 1.24.9. Switchgear - 132kV (Air Blast). 1.24.9. Switchgear - 132kV (Gas Insulated). 1.24.10. Switchgear - Outdoor (200kV & Above). 1.24.10. Switchgear - 275kV (Oil). 1.24.10. Switchgear - 275kV (SF6). 1.24.10. Switchgear - 275kV (Vacuum). 1.24.10. Switchgear - 275kV (Air Blast). 1.24.10. Switchgear - 275kV (Gas Insulated). 1.24.10. Switchgear - 400kV (Oil). 1.24.10. Switchgear - 400kV (SF6). 1.24.10. Switchgear - 400kV (Vacuum). 1.24.10. Switchgear - 400kV (Air Blast). 1.24.10. Switchgear - 400kV (Gas Insulated). 1.24.11. Switchgear - Multi Motor. 1.24.12. Switchgear - Power Factor Correction. 1.24.13. Switchgear - Variable Speed/Soft Driven. 1.24.14. Switchgear - Direct Current (DC). 1.24.15. Switchgear Parts & Accessories. 1.24.16. Circuit Breakers. 1.24.16. Circuit Breakers - Generator. 1.24.16. Circuit Breakers - Transmission. 1.24.16. Circuit Breakers - Distribution Primary. 1.24.16. Circuit Breakers - Distribution RMU (Ring Main Units). 1.24.17. Disconnectors. 1.24.17. Disconnectors - Autoreclosing (Indoor). 1.24.17. Disconnectors - Sectionalising (Indoor). 1.24.17. Disconnectors - Airbreak (Indoor). 1.24.17. Disconnectors - Autoreclosing (Outdoor). 1.24.17. Disconnectors - Sectionalising (Outdoor). 1.24.17. Disconnectors - Airbreak (Outdoor). 1.24.99. Other Switchgear. 1.25.0. Water/waste water treatment plant & equipment. 1.25.1. Digestors - Sewage & Sludge. 1.25.2. Macerators. 1.25.3. Odour Control Equipment. 1.25.3. Odour Control - Masking. 1.25.3. Odour Control - Wet Chemical Scrubbing. 1.25.3. Odour Control - Dry Chemical Scrubbing. 1.25.3. Odour Control - Biofiltration. 1.25.3. Odour Control - Ultraviolet. 1.25.3. Odour Control - Thermal Oxidation. 1.25.4. Dewatering Equipment. 1.25.4. Waste Water Belts. 1.25.4. Waste Water Presses. 1.25.5. Waste Water Scrapers. 1.25.6. Screens & Associated Equipment. 1.25.6. Screens - Curved Bar. 1.25.6. Screens - Vertical. 1.25.6. Screens - Microscreen. 1.25.6. Screens - Step. 1.25.6. Screens Handling Equipment. 1.25.7. Disinfection Equipment. 1.25.7. Chlorination Equipment. 1.25.7. Ozone Plant. 1.25.7. Ultraviolet Plant (Open Channel). 1.25.7. Ultraviolet Plant (Pressurised). 1.25.8. Dosing Plant. 1.25.9. Sulphinators. 1.25.10. Mixing Units. 1.25.10. Mixing Units - Static. 1.25.10. Mixing Units - Rotating. 1.25.11. Incineration Equipment. 1.25.12. Comminutor (Pulverization) Equipment. 1.25.13. Detritor (Grit Removal) Equipment. 1.25.14. Classifier Equipment. 1.25.15. Aeration Equipment. 1.25.15. Aeration Systems - Diffused Air. 1.25.16. Surge Suppression Equipment. 1.25.99. Other Water Treatment Plant. 1.26.0. Industrial gases. 1.26.1. Propane. 1.26.2. Butane. 1.26.3. Oxygen. 1.26.4. Nitrogen. 1.26.5. Carbon Dioxide. 1.26.6. Sulphur Dioxide. 1.26.7. Sulphur Hexafluoride. 1.26.8. Argon Free Oxygen. 1.26.9. Hydrogen. 1.26.10. Methane. 1.26.11. Acetylene. 1.26.12. Helium. 1.26.12. High Purity Methane. 1.26.13. Laboratory Gases. 1.26.13. Liquid Argon. 1.26.13. Liquid Nitrogen. 1.26.14. Medical Gases. 1.26.15. Argon. 1.26.16. Argonshield. 1.26.17. Oxygen Free Nitrogen. 1.26.99. Other Industrial Gases. 1.27.0. Gas transmission/distribution plant & equipment. 1.27.1. Compressor Station/Aero Engines & Spares. 1.27.2. Compressor Station Plant & Spares. 1.27.2. Compressor Station Mechanical Plant Spares. 1.27.3. Compressor Station Consumables. 1.27.3. Compressor Station Electrical Consumables. 1.27.3. Compressor Station Mechanical Consumables. 1.27.4. Compressor Station Fire & Gas Equipment. 1.27.5. Compressor Station Safety & Test Equipment. 1.27.6. Compressor Station Emission Stacks. 1.27.7. Gas Holder Antifreeze Units. 1.27.8. Odorisation Equipment. 1.27.9. Water Bath Heaters. 1.27.10. Fogger/Gas Conditioning Units. 1.27.11. Integrated Gas Analytical Systems. 1.27.12. Gas Storage Plant & Equipment. 1.27.12. Compressors. 1.27.99. Other Gas Transmission/Distribution Plant & Equipment. 1.28.0. Substation materials. 1.28.1. Hybrid GIS 275kV (includes integrated control systems). 1.28.1. Hybrid Gas Insulated Switchgear. 1.28.2. Hybrid GIS 145kV (includes integrated control systems). 1.28.2. Hybrid Gas Insulated Switchgear. 1.28.3. Dynamic Reactive Compensation and Voltage Support. 1.28.3. Static var Compensator. 1.28.3. SVC. 1.28.3. Statcom. 1.28.3. Synchronous Condenser. 1.28.4. Comms Multiplexers. 1.28.4. PDH Multiplex Equipment. 1.28.4. SDH Multiplex Equipment. 1.28.5. PLC Terminal Equipment. 1.28.6. Insulators - Station Post. 1.28.99. Other Substation Materials. 1.60.0. Airport equipment. 1.60.1. Airport specific information systems. 1.60.2. Flight Information Displays (FIDS) (Screens with flight and gate information). 1.60.3. Flight Management Systems (AODB) (to register passengers per airline and invoice airlines). 1.60.4. Baggage Handling Systems (Insourced/Outsourced). 1.60.5. Passenger Queue Measurement Systems. 1.61.0. Airport handling equipment. 1.61.1. Baggage transportation equipment. 1.61.2. Baggage classification equipment. 1.62.0. Air traffic management systems. 1.62.1. Communication systems (VHF-YHF, Tetra Systems). 1.62.2. Radars and surveillance systems. 1.62.3. Air navigation systems: ILS (Instrumental Landing Systems), NDB, VOR. 1.62.4. Meteorological equipment: IRVR Transmission meters, AMOs/RAMOS/SAMOS/FAMOS. 1.63.0. Airport firefighting equipment. 1.63.1. Firefighting vehicles - airside. 2.0.0. Non - engineering services. 2.40.0. IT & telecommunication related services (excl. consultancy). 2.40.1. Hardware Services. 2.40.1. Computer Installation. 2.40.1. Computer Testing. 2.40.1. Computer Configuration. 2.40.1. Computer Labelling. 2.40.1. Mainframe Rental. 2.40.1. Computer Equipment Maintenance & Repair. 2.40.1. UNIX Maintenance. 2.40.1. NT Server Consolidation. 2.40.2. Software Development Services. 2.40.2. Database Development. 2.40.2. Resource Management System. 2.40.2. Billing Application Development. 2.40.2. Financial Application Development. 2.40.2. Energy Trading System. 2.40.2. Procurement Application Development. 2.40.2. Global Development Centres. 2.40.2. Building Management Systems. 2.40.3. Software Support Services. 2.40.3. Application Maintenance. 2.40.3. Smart Meter Support Software. 2.40.4. IT Training. 2.40.4. IT Training - Technical. 2.40.4. IT Training - General Business Software. 2.40.6. Facilities Management Services - IT. 2.40.7. Recruitment Services - IT. 2.40.7. Staff - IT (Temporary). 2.40.7. Staff - IT (Permanent). 2.40.8. Telecommunication Network Services. 2.40.8. Line Rental. 2.40.8. Call Charges. 2.40.8. Mobile Phones (With Service Agreement). 2.40.8. Freefone Numbering System. 2.40.8. Data Transmission Services. 2.40.8. Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM). 2.40.8. Frame Relay Networks. 2.40.8. Paging Services. 2.40.8. Satellite Communication Services. 2.40.8. Video Conferencing Services. 2.40.8. Audio Conferencing Services. 2.40.8. Mobile Phone Services. 2.40.10. Data Collection & Handling Services (excl. Meter Reading - use 3.80.07). 2.40.10. Data Preparation. 2.40.10. Data Collection. 2.40.10. Data Handling. 2.40.10. Data Archiving. 2.40.10. Data Archiving - Microfiche. 2.40.10. Data Modelling. 2.40.10. Gas Consumption Data - Daily. 2.40.10. Data Centre. 2.40.10. Data Storage. 2.40.10. Data Hosting. 2.40.11. IT Network Services. 2.40.11. LAN services. 2.40.11. WAN services. 2.40.12. Internet/Intranet Services. 2.40.12. Web Server Hosting. 2.40.12. Internet Service Provider. 2.40.12. Email Service Provider. 2.40.13. Telecommunication Equipment & Associated Services. 2.40.13. Telephone Exchange & Associated Equipment Maintenance. 2.40.13. Mobile Radio Maintenance. 2.40.13. Transmission Equipment Maintenance. 2.40.13. Modem Maintenance. 2.40.13. Scada & Telecontrol Equipment Maintenance. 2.40.13. Microwave & UHF Scanning Maintenance. 2.40.13. Telemetry Equipment Maintenance & Repair. 2.40.13. Mobile Phone Maintenance. 2.40.13. Paging Equipment Maintenance. 2.40.13. Aerial Mast & Communications Tower Maintenance. 2.40.13. Antennae Maintenance. 2.40.13. Aerial Mast & Communications Tower Inspection. 2.40.13. Microwave & UHF Scanning - Installation. 2.40.13. Phone Cards. 2.40.13. SIM Cards. 2.40.13. Handset Customisation and Maintenance. 2.40.13. PABX Systems Maintenance. 2.40.14. Call Centre Services. 2.40.14. Call Handling - Emergency. 2.40.14. Call Handling - Inbound Bureau. 2.40.14. Call Handling - Inbound Dedicated. 2.40.14. Outbound Calling. 2.40.14. Mid Call Transfer Facilities. 2.40.14. Contract/Application Processing. 2.40.14. Data Capture. 2.40.14. Call Handling - Voice Automated. 2.40.14. Website Response Handling. 2.40.14. Data Transfers. 2.40.14. Transcription. 2.40.14. Telephone Sales. 2.40.15. E-commerce Services 2.40.15. Marketplace Services. 2.40.15. Electronic Cataloguing Services. 2.40.15. Reverse Auction Services. 2.40.16. Escrow Services. 2.40.17. IT Disaster Recovery Services. 2.40.98. Other Computer Services. 2.40.98. Co-Location. 2.40.99. Other Telecommunication Services (excl. Line Construction, Maintenance & Repair). 2.41.0. Consultancy (excl. engineering consultancy). 2.41.2. Financial Consultancy. 2.41.2. Consultancy - PPP/PFI. 2.41.2. Consultancy - Financial Management. 2.41.2. Consultancy - Private Finance. 2.41.2. Consultancy - Taxation. 2.41.2. Consultancy - Economic. 2.41.3. IT Consultancy (excl. E-commerce - use 2.41.17). 2.41.3. Consultancy - Infrastructure/Hardware. 2.41.3. Consultancy - IT Market Analysis/Information. 2.41.3. Consultancy - Software Implementation. 2.41.3. Consultancy - UNIX. 2.41.3. Consultancy - ERP Implementation. 2.41.3. Consultancy - IT Benchmarking. 2.41.3. Consultancy - IT Contingency Planning. 2.41.4. Change Management Consultancy. 2.41.5. Energy Management Consultancy. 2.41.5. Consultancy - Government Energy Efficiency Standards of Performance. 2.41.5. Consultancy - Energy Efficiency. 2.41.6. Estates & Property Consultancy. 2.41.6. Land Liaison/Wayleave Consultancy. 2.41.7. Health & Safety Consultancy. 2.41.7. Consultancy - Legionella Risk Assessment. 2.41.7. CDM Services incl. Planning Supervisor. 2.41.7. Asbestos Consultancy. 2.41.7. Asbestos Removal Consultancy. 2.41.8. Procurement & Materials Management Consultancy. 2.41.9. Public Relations Consultancy. 2.41.10. Security Consultancy. 2.41.11. Telecommunications/Telemetry Consultancy. 2.41.12. Environmental Consultancy. 2.41.12. Consultancy - IPPC. 2.41.12. Consultancy - Environmental Management System. 2.41.13. Quality Assurance Consultancy. 2.41.13. Consultancy - QA Management System. 2.41.14. Personnel/Human Resources Consultancy. 2.41.15. Community Relations Consultancy. 2.41.16. Retail Consultancy. 2.41.17. E-commerce Consultancy 2.41.18. Corporate Planning & Strategy Consulting. 2.41.18. Consultancy - Outsourcing. 2.41.18. Consultancy - Parliamentary Information Services. 2.41.18. Web Strategy. 2.41.19. Facilities Management Consultancy. 2.41.20. Marketing & Advertising Consultancy. 2.41.21. Fisheries Consultancy. 2.41.22. Risk Management Consultancy. 2.41.22. Project Risk Management Services. 2.41.23. Value Management Consultancy. 2.41.27. Insurance Consultancy. 2.41.28. Corporate Social Responsibility Consultancy. 2.41.29. Public Consultation Consultancy. 2.41.99. Other Consultancy. 2.41.99. Socio-Economic. 2.42.0. Financial & accountancy services (excl. consultancy). 2.42.1. Banking Services. 2.42.1. Project Financing. 2.42.2. Insurance Services. 2.42.2. All Risks. 2.42.2. Contract Works. 2.42.2. Employers Liability. 2.42.2. Product Liability. 2.42.2. Professional Indemnity. 2.42.2. Public Liability. 2.42.2. Road Traffic Liability. 2.42.3. Pension Funding Services. 2.42.4. Financial Leasing Services. 2.42.5. Cash Collection Services. 2.42.5. Receipting Services. 2.42.5. Bill Payment Services. 2.42.5. Token Sales. 2.42.5. Payment Scheme Payments. 2.42.5. Counter Services. 2.42.6. Accountancy Services. 2.42.7. Shareholder Services. 2.42.8. Financial Audit Services. 2.42.8. External Audit Services. 2.42.8. Asset Surveys. 2.42.8. Asset Life Review. 2.42.9. Debt Collection Services. 2.42.10. Claims Management Services. 2.42.11. Licensing Services. 2.42.11. Operating Licences - Mobile Radio. 2.42.12. Recruitment Services - Finance. 2.42.12. Staff - Financial (Temporary). 2.42.12. Staff - Financial (Permanent). 2.42.13. Auction Services. 2.42.14. Credit/Procurement Card Services. 2.42.14. Credit Card Services. 2.42.14. Procurement Card Services. 2.42.16. Insurance Brokerage. 2.42.17. Customer Acquisition Services. 2.42.99. Other Financial & Accountancy Services. 2.43.0. Hotel, travel & catering services (excl. consultancy). 2.43.1. Travel Agency Services. 2.43.1. Travel - Rail. 2.43.1. Travel - Air. 2.43.2. Hotel/Accommodation Services. 2.43.2. Accommodation - Agency Services. 2.43.2. Accommodation - Hotel. 2.43.2. Accommodation - Other than Hotel. 2.43.2. Conference/Exhibition Facilities. 2.43.3. Catering Services (Offsite). 2.43.4. Catering Services (Onsite). 2.43.4. Catering Consultancy. 2.43.4. Catering Equipment Maintenance & Repair. 2.43.4. Watercooler Maintenance. 2.43.5. Vending Machine Services. 2.43.5. Ticket Vending Machine Maintenance & Repair. 2.43.5. Food/Drink Vending Machine Maintenance & Repair. 2.43.5. Stamp Vending Machine Services. 2.43.99. Other Hotel, Travel & Catering Services. 2.44.0. Sewage, scrap & refuse disposal services. 2.44.1. Sewage/Sludge Disposal Services. 2.44.1. Tankering Services - Emergency. 2.44.1. Tankering Services - Routine. 2.44.2. Scrap Disposal Services. 2.44.2. Scrap Disposal - Ferrous. 2.44.2. Scrap Disposal - Non Ferrous. 2.44.3. Refuse/General Waste Disposal Services. 2.44.4. Sanitation Services. 2.44.5. Vermin Control Services. 2.44.6. Hazardous Material Handling/Treatment/Disposal Services (incl. Asbestos). 2.44.6. Asbestos Handling. 2.44.6. Asbestos Treatment. 2.44.6. Asbestos Disposal. 2.44.6. Contaminated Oil (PCB) Disposal. 2.44.6. Contaminated Soil (Cable Oils) Disposal. 2.44.6. Boiler Dust Handling/Treatment/Disposal. 2.44.6. Medical Equipment Treatment & Disposal. 2.44.6. Baggage X-ray Machine Dismantling and Disposal. 2.44.6. Active Laundry - Contaminated Clothing. 2.44.6. Maintenance and Repair of Equipment for Hazardous Dust Removal Services. 2.44.6. Hazardous Dust Removal Services. 2.44.6. Asbestos Surveying. 2.44.6. Air Monitoring for Asbestos. 2.44.6. Four Stage Clearance Monitoring. 2.44.6. Asbestos Bulk Analysis. 2.44.7. Non-hazardous Disposal Services. 2.44.7. IT Equipment Disposal & Re-marketing. 2.44.7. Vehicle Disposal Services. 2.44.7. Plant Disposal Services. 2.44.8. Decontamination/Pollution Control Services. 2.44.8. Decontamination/Pollution - Industrial Waste. 2.44.8. Decontamination/Pollution - Chemical Waste. 2.44.8. Decontamination/Pollution - Organic Waste. 2.44.8. Decontamination/Pollution - Oil Spill. 2.44.8. Automatic Spill Control Systems. 2.44.8. Oil Pollution Intelligent Pumping Systems. 2.44.10. Recycling Services. 2.44.10. Recycling - Waste Paper. 2.44.10. Recycling - Aluminium. 2.44.10. Recycling - Plastic. 2.44.10. Recycling - Glycol. 2.44.10. Recycling - Copper. 2.44.10. Cardboard. 2.44.10. Construction Waste. 2.44.10. Electronic Equipment. 2.44.10. Glass. 2.44.11. Waste Skip Hire. 2.44.12. Waste Management Services (excl. Radioactive - use 3.77.09). 2.44.13. Confidential Waste Disposal Services. 2.44.13. Paper Shredding Services. 2.44.13. Digital Shredding - Hard Drive Erasing Services. 2.44.99. Other Disposal Services. 2.45.0. Business & administrative services. 2.45.1. Legal Services. 2.45.1. Commercial Litigation. 2.45.1. Criminal Litigation. 2.45.1. PPP/PFI Advice. 2.45.1. Conveyencing. 2.45.1. European Law Advice. 2.45.1. Employment Law Advice. 2.45.1. Contract Law Advice. 2.45.1. EC Procurement Law Advice. 2.45.1. Legal Counsel Services. 2.45.1. Commercial Mediation. 2.45.1. Alternative Dispute Resolution. 2.45.1. International Law Advice. 2.45.2. Photographic Services. 2.45.2. Aerial Photography. 2.45.3. Printing & Publication Services (excl. Pre-printed Stationery - use 1.17.13). 2.45.3. Proof Reading. 2.45.3. Company Publications - Design. 2.45.3. Company Publications - Printing. 2.45.3. Print Management Services. 2.45.3. Reprographics. 2.45.4. Public Relations Services. 2.45.4. Press Cuttings. 2.45.4. Broadcast Monitoring. 2.45.4. Public Relations. 2.45.5. Recruitment Services (excl. IT & Finance - use 2.40.07 & 2.42.12). 2.45.5. Staff - Secretarial (Temporary). 2.45.5. Staff - Administrative (Temporary). 2.45.5. Staff - Data Entry (Temporary). 2.45.5. Staff - Clerical (Temporary). 2.45.5. Staff - Laboratory (Temporary). 2.45.5. Staff - Drivers (Temporary). 2.45.5. Staff - Technician (Temporary). 2.45.5. Staff - Engineering Support (Temporary). 2.45.5. Staff - Procurement (Temporary). 2.45.5. Staff - Human Resources (Temporary). 2.45.5. Staff - Senior Management/Director (Temporary). 2.45.5. Staff - Other (Temporary). 2.45.5. Staff - Other (Permanent). 2.45.5. Staff - Secretarial (Permanent). 2.45.5. Staff - Administrative (Permanent). 2.45.5. Staff - Data Entry (Permanent). 2.45.5. Staff - Clerical (Permanent). 2.45.5. Staff - Laboratory (Permanent). 2.45.5. Staff - Technician (Permanent). 2.45.5. Staff - Engineering Support (Permanent). 2.45.5. Staff - Procurement (Permanent). 2.45.5. Staff - Human Resources (Permanent). 2.45.5. Staff - Senior Management/Director (Permanent). 2.45.5. Staff - Drivers (Permanent). 2.45.6. Security Services. 2.45.6. Key Holding Services. 2.45.6. Security Guard/Patrol Services. 2.45.6. Security Equipment - Gas Storage. 2.45.7. Training & Education Services - Functional. 2.45.7. Training - Driver. 2.45.7. Training - Electrical Safety. 2.45.7. Training - Manual Operator. 2.45.7. Training - Field Hydrometry. 2.45.7. Training - Confined Spaces. 2.45.7. Training - Signing & Guarding (NRSWA). 2.45.7. Training - Stack Emissions. 2.45.7. Training - Simulator. 2.45.7. Training - Environmental (Air). 2.45.7. Training - Environmental (Water). 2.45.7. Training - Environmental (Land). 2.45.7. Training - Mechanical Handling. 2.45.7. Training - Chainsaw. 2.45.7. Training - CITB. 2.45.7. Training - Media. 2.45.7. Training - Boats. 2.45.7. Training - Mobile Plant. 2.45.7. Training - Technical. 2.45.7. Training - Fire Marshall. 2.45.7. Training - Signalling. 2.45.7. Training - Health and Safety. 2.45.7. Training - Emergency Response Training - ERT. 2.45.7. Training -Working at Heights and Rescue. 2.45.7. Training - Mast Climbing. 2.45.7. Training - Gas-Related. 2.45.7. Traning - Asbestos. 2.45.8. Occupational Health Services. 2.45.8. Occupational Health Services. 2.45.8. Stress Counselling Services. 2.45.8. Childcare Voucher Services. 2.45.8. Childcare Advice & Information Services. 2.45.8. Display Screen Assessments. 2.45.8. Medical Assessments. 2.45.8. Health Club Services. 2.45.8. Employee Assistance Programmes - EAP. 2.45.9. Hygiene Services. 2.45.10. Conference/Event Management Services (incl. Entertainment). 2.45.10. Exhibition Equipment Services. 2.45.10. Conference Management. 2.45.10. Event Management. 2.45.10. Corporate Entertainment. 2.45.11. Office & Depot Cleaning Services. 2.45.11. Cleaning - Computer/VDU. 2.45.11. Cleaning - Telephone. 2.45.11. Cleaning - Daily Office. 2.45.11. Cleaning - Depot. 2.45.11. Cleaning - Cleanroom. 2.45.12. Window Cleaning Services. 2.45.13. Laundry Services. 2.45.13. Laundry Services. 2.45.13. Dry Cleaning Services. 2.45.13. Laundry Token Services. 2.45.14. Market Research Services. 2.45.15. Postal & Mailing Services (excl. Courier Services - use 3.74.05). 2.45.15. Mailshots. 2.45.15. Personalisation of Literature. 2.45.16. Real Estate Services. 2.45.16. Land Asset Valuation. 2.45.16. Land Auctions. 2.45.16. Land Agents. 2.45.16. Office Rental. 2.45.17. Furniture Maintenance & Repair Services. 2.45.18. Office Equipment Services. 2.45.18. Access Control Maintenance & Repair. 2.45.18. Photocopier Maintenance & Repair. 2.45.18. Fax Machine Maintenance & Repair. 2.45.18. Accounting Machinery Maintenance. 2.45.18. Franking Machine Maintenance. 2.45.18. Archiving Equipment Maintenance. 2.45.18. Mailing Handling Machine Maintenance. 2.45.19. Facilities Management (excl. IT - use 2.40.06). 2.45.19. Car Park Management Services. 2.45.20. Meteorological Services. 2.45.20. Flood Forecasting. 2.45.20. Gale/Hurricane Forecasting. 2.45.20. Snow Forecasting. 2.45.20. General Weather Forecasting. 2.45.21. Business Intelligence Services. 2.45.22. Technical/Procedural Writing Services. 2.45.23. Subscription Services. 2.45.23. Subscriptions - Professional Organisations. 2.45.25. Removal/Relocation Services (excl. Storage Services - use 3.74.07). 2.45.25. Office Removals. 2.45.25. Office Relocation. 2.45.26. Wayleave Services. 2.45.26. Easements. 2.45.26. Land Agreements. 2.45.27. Promotional/Corporate Goods. 2.45.27. Florist Services. 2.45.27. Gift Vouchers. 2.45.27. Corporate Crockery. 2.45.27. Long Service Awards. 2.45.28. Graphic & Media Design Services. 2.45.28. Corporate Material Design Services. 2.45.28. Website Design Services. 2.45.28. Corporate Video Production. 2.45.28. Website Maintenance Services. 2.45.28. Website Development Services. 2.45.28. Graphic Design Consultancy. 2.45.28. Media Production. 2.45.28. E-learning Website 2.45.28. Social Media. 2.45.28. Search Engine Optimisation. 2.45.28. Multimedia Advertising Services. 2.45.29. Personnel/Human Resources Services. 2.45.29. Payroll Administration. 2.45.29. Pension Administration. 2.45.29. Redeployment Services. 2.45.29. Personnel Relocation Services. 2.45.30. Language Translation Services. 2.45.30. Welsh Language Services. 2.45.31. Marketing & Advertising Services. 2.45.31. Merchandising Services. 2.45.31. Sponsorship. 2.45.31. Media and Press Monitoring. 2.45.32. Audit Services (excl. Financial - use 2.42.08). 2.45.32. Audit Services - Health & Safety. 2.45.32. Audit Services - Environmental. 2.45.32. Audit Services - Quality Assurance. 2.45.32. Audit Services - Cleanroom. 2.45.32. Ofwat Reporter. 2.45.32. Self Inspections / Audit. 2.45.33. Asset Management/Operation Services. 2.45.33. Water Network Management. 2.45.33. Electricity Network Management. 2.45.33. Gas Network Management. 2.45.33. Multi-Utility Network Management. 2.45.35. Plastic Card Fulfilment Services. 2.45.36. Training & Education Services - Personnel Related. 2.45.36. Education Workshops. 2.45.36. Education Material Production. 2.45.36. E-learning Consultancy 2.45.36. Training - Leadership. 2.45.36. Training - Further Education. 2.45.36. Training - Personal Skills. 2.45.36. Training - Planning. 2.45.36. Training - Media. 2.45.36. Training - Management. 2.45.36. Training - Development. 2.45.36. Training - Procurement. 2.45.36. First aid. 2.45.36. Knowledge Management. 2.45.36. Effective Knowledge Transfer. 2.45.36. Improved Performance. 2.45.36. Accelerated Learning. 2.45.36. Reduced Risk. 2.45.36. Lessons Learnt. 2.45.36. Community of Practice. 2.45.36. Enterprise Collaboration. 2.45.36. Knowledge Harvesting. 2.45.36. Conferences and Seminars. 2.45.46. Rescue and Emergency Medical Services. 2.45.46. Fire. 2.45.46. Ambulance/Paramedic. 2.45.47. Sales Service. 2.45.47. Face to Face Sales and Commission. 2.45.48. CAP699 Competency Management. 2.45.99. Other Business & Administrative Services. 2.46.0. Airport Operations - Technical Services (Airfield). 2.46.1. Wildlife / Bird Management. 2.46.2. Stand / Coaching Planning. 2.46.3. Slots Planning. 2.46.4. Ice Management / Weather Systems. 2.46.5. Marshalling. 2.46.6. Cargo Systems Management (Processing/Customs). 2.46.7. Auditing. 2.47.0. Airside Handling. 2.47.1. Handling Aircraft - Ramps. 2.47.2. Handling Passengers - PRM (People with Reduced Mobility). 3.0.0. Works & engineering services. 3.70.0. BUilding, civil engineering & associated services. 3.70.1. Pumping Station - Clean Water. 3.70.1. Pumping Station - Clean Water (Design). 3.70.1. Pumping Station - Clean Water (Construct). 3.70.1. Pumping Station - Clean Water (Operate). 3.70.1. Pumping Station - Clean Water (Maintenance & Repair). 3.70.1. Pumping Station - Clean Water (Refurbishment). 3.70.1. Pumping Station - Clean Water (Installation). 3.70.1. Pumping Station - Clean Water (Turnkey). 3.70.1. Pumping Station - Clean Water (Finance). 3.70.2. Pumping Station - Waste Water. 3.70.2. Pumping Station - Waste Water (Design). 3.70.2. Pumping Station - Waste Water (Construct). 3.70.2. Pumping Station - Waste Water (Operate). 3.70.2. Pumping Station - Waste Water (Maintenance & Repair). 3.70.2. Pumping Station - Waste Water (Refurbishment). 3.70.2. Pumping Station - Waste Water (Installation). 3.70.2. Pumping Station - Waste Water (Turnkey). 3.70.2. Pumping Station - Waste Water (Finance). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water. 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Design). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Construct). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Operate). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Maintenance & Repair). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Refurbishment). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Installation). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Turnkey). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Activated Sludge). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Granular Activated Carbons). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Biology Aerated Flood Filter). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Sequencing Batch Reactor). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Finance). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Raw Water Treatment). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Sludge Treatment). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Filtration). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Degasification). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Condenser Water Cleaning). 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Treatment of Liquid Waste from Flue Gas Desulphuring Plant). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water. 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Design). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Construct). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Operate). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Maintenance & Repair). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Refurbishment). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Installation). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Turnkey). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Granular Activated Carbons). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Biology Aerated Flood Filter). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Sequencing Batch Reactor). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Finance). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Drinking Water Treatment). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Mobile Drinking Water Treatment). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Swimming Pool Water Purification). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Water Treatment Systems for Industry and Power Stations). 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Complete Desalinisation by Ion Exchanger or Reverse Osmosis). 3.70.5. Water Tower. 3.70.5. Water Tower - Design. 3.70.5. Water Tower - Construct. 3.70.5. Water Tower - Operate. 3.70.5. Water Tower - Maintenance & Repair. 3.70.5. Water Tower - Installation. 3.70.5. Water Tower - Turnkey. 3.70.5. Water Tower - Finance. 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock. 3.70.6. Lagoons. 3.70.6. Reservoir - Service. 3.70.6. Reservoir - Raw Water. 3.70.6. Dams. 3.70.6. Locks. 3.70.6. Weirs. 3.70.6. Fish Passes. 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Design. 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Construct. 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Operate. 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Maintenance & Repair. 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Installation. 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Turnkey. 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Finance. 3.70.6. Coffer Dam. 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts (incl. Penstocks). 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts - Design. 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts - Construct. 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts - Operate. 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts - Maintenance & Repair. 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts - Installation. 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts - Turnkey. 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts - Finance. 3.70.8. Gas Storage Leaching. 3.70.8. Process Plant Design. 3.70.8. Workover. 3.70.8. Snubbing. 3.70.8. Wellheads. 3.70.8. Installation & Commissioning. 3.70.11. Carpentry Services. 3.70.12. Plumbing Services. 3.70.13. Electrician Services. 3.70.13. Portable Appliance Testing (PAT). 3.70.13. Appliance Testing. 3.70.13. Appliance Maintenance & Repair. 3.70.13. Vacuum Cleaner Maintenance & Repair. 3.70.14. Industrial Painting & Specialist Coating Services. 3.70.14. Powder Coating. 3.70.14.

UVDB (Utlities Vendor Database).

Achilles Information Ltd | Published January 18, 2012
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Frames for Recycling Bags 1.17.80. Recycling Boxes 1.17.80. Recycling Bins 1.17.80. Recycling Containers 1.17.80. Steel Strapping 1.17.81. Recycling Equipment 1.17.81. Waste Paper Balers 1.17.81. Cardboard Balers 1.17.81. Plastics Balers 1.17.81. Polysterene Balers 1.17.81. Can Crusher 1.17.81. Shears 1.17.81. Briquettes 1.17.81. Shredders 1.17.81. Cranes 1.17.81. Conveyors 1.17.81. Conveyors 1.17.81. Scrap handler screens 1.17.81. Planers 1.17.81. Washing plant 1.17.81. Mobile bulk handling equipment 1.17.81. Standby Buster 1.17.99. Other Office Materials & Supplies 1.17.99. Wallets - Leather 1.18.0. PIPES & ACCESSORIES 1.18.1. Pipes & Fittings - Fibre Cement 1.18.1. Pipes - Fibre Cement 1.18.1. Pipe Fittings - Fibre Cement 1.18.2. Pipes & Fittings - Concrete 1.18.2. Pipes - Concrete 1.18.2. Pipe Fittings - Concrete 1.18.3. Pipes & Fittings - Ductile Iron 1.18.3. Pipes - Ductile Iron 1.18.3. Pipe Fittings - Ductile Iron 1.18.3. Pipe Fittings - Ductile Iron End Caps 1.18.4. Pipes & Fittings - Copper 1.18.4. Pipes - Copper 1.18.4. Pipe Fittings - Copper 1.18.5. Pipes & Fittings - Clay 1.18.5. Pipes - Clay 1.18.5. Pipe Fittings - Clay 1.18.6. Pipes & Fittings - High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) 1.18.6 Pipes - HDPE 1.18.6. Pipe Fittings - HDPE 1.18.7. Pipes & Fittings - Medium Density Polyethylene (MDPE) 1.18.7 Pipes - MDPE 1.18.7. Pipe Fittings - MDPE 1.18.8. Pipes & Fittings - MOPVC 1.18.8. Pipes - MOPVC 1.18.8. Pipe Fittings - MOPVC 1.18.9. Pipes & Fittings - PVC 1.18.9. Pipes - PVC 1.18.9. Pipe Fittings - PVC 1.18.10. Pipes & Fittings - Steel 1.18.10. Pipes - Mild Steel 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Mild Steel 1.18.10. Pipes - Carbon Steel 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel 1.18.10. Pipes - Alloy Steel 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Alloy Steel 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Blind Sealing Plugs 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings & Flanges - Carbon Steel (Gas <7 bar) 1.18.10 pipe fittings - non-tap plugs 1.18.10. steel (gas <7 carbon induction bends welded branch pipes spiral wound pups flanges> 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Bends > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Tees > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel End Caps > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Insulation Joints > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Plug Valves > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Forged Reducers > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Fabricated Reducers > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Stopple Equipment > 7 Bar 1.18.10. Pipe Fittings - Carbon Steel Studbolts > 7 Bar 1.18.11. Pipe Fittings - Clamps & Collars 1.18.12. Pipe Fittings - Couplings & Flanged Adapters 1.18.12. Mechanical Mains Connectors 1.18.13. Pipe Fittings - Electrofusion Fittings 1.18.14. Pipe Fittings - Gunmetal 1.18.15. Pipe Fittings - Plastic 1.18.15. Gas Mains-to-Meter Fittings 1.18.16. Pipes & Fittings - Stainless Steel 1.18.16. Pipes - Stainless Steel 1.18.16. Pipe Fittings - Stainless Steel 1.18.16. Pipe Fittings - Compression Fittings 1.18.17. Ducting 1.18.17. Flexible Hoses 1.18.18. Water Flange Joint Sets 1.18.19. Pipe Accessories, Consumables & Associated Supplies 1.18.19. Heat Shrink Sleeves 1.18.19. Anti-Shear Sleeves 1.18.19. Pipe Wraps 1.18.19. Sleeve Bends 1.18.19. Pipe Silencers - In Line 1.18.19. Pipe Centralisers 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - Ductile Iron/Steel 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - GRP 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - Plastic 1.18.20. Surface Boxes & Chambers - Concrete 1.18.25. Leak Detection, Control & Repair Equipment/Materials 1.18.25. Anaerobic Sealant - Internal 1.18.25. Anaerobic Sealant - External 1.18.25. Leak Detection Fluid 1.18.25. Monoethylene Glycol (MEG) 1.18.25 Leakage Repair Sealants 1.18.25. Leak Repair Fittings 1.18.25. Encapsulation Kit 1.18.25. Foam-off Kits 1.18.25. Live Insertion Equipment 1.18.25. Dead Insertion Equipment 1.18.26. Pipes & Fittings - GRP 1.18.26. Pipes - GRP 1.18.26. Pipe Fittings - GRP 1.18.26. Service Riser Covers - GRP 1.18.27. Standpipes 1.18.99. Other Pipes 1.18.99. Hanging and Insertion of Pipes, Compensation Elements 1.19.0. VALVES, ACTUATORS & SPARES 1.19.1. Valves - Air 1.19.2. Valves - Gate/Sluice/Knife 1.19.2. Valves - Wedge Gate 1.19.2. Valves - Gate 1.19.2. Valves - Sluice 1.19.2. Valves - Knife 1.19.2. Mechanical Mains Valves & Fittings 1.19.3. Valves - Hydrants 1.19.4. Valves - Non-Return/Reflux/Check 1.19.4. Valves - Non Return 1.19.4. Valves - Reflux 1.19.4. Valves - Check 1.19.4. Valves - Recoil 1.19.4. Valves - Non Slam 1.19.4. Valves - Non Return (Gas < 7 Bar) 1.19.4 Valves - Non Return (Gas > 7 Bar) 1.19.5 Valves - Penstock 1.19.7. Valves - Needle/Globe 1.19.7. Valves - Needle 1.19.7. Valves - Globe 1.19.8. Valves - Flap 1.19.9. Valves - Butterfly 1.19.10. Valves - Ball 1.19.10. Valves - Ball (Gas < 7 Bar) 1.19.10 Service Isolation Valves 1.19.10. Valves - Ball (Gas > 7 Bar) 1.19.11 Valves - Diaphragm 1.19.12. Valves - Pressure Control 1.19.12. Valves - Excess Flow 1.19.12. Valves - Reducing 1.19.12. Valves - Sustaining 1.19.12. Valves - Governor Safety Vent 1.19.15. Valves - Solenoid 1.19.16. Valves - Safety 1.19.16. Valves - Safety Pressure Relief 1.19.17. Actuators 1.19.17. Actuators - Electronic 1.19.17. Actuators - Gas 1.19.17. Actuators - Hydraulic 1.19.18. Valves - Float Operated 1.19.19. Valves - Plug 1.19.99. Other Valves, Actuators & Spares 1.19.99. Valves - Traps & Eliminators 1.19.99. Valve Alarms (High/Low Water) 1.19.99 Valves - Silencers 1.19.99. Valves - Double Disc 1.19.99. Valves - Parallel Slide 1.19.99. Valve Cabinets 1.20.0. TRANSPORT & MOBILE PLANT 1.20.1. Passenger Cars 1.20.2. Vans - Car-derived 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles - Four Wheel Drive 1.20.3. Commercial Vehicles (2 - 3.5 Tonne GVW) 1.20.3 Commercial Vehicles (3.5 - 7.5 Tonne GVW) 1.20.3 Commercial Vehicles (Above 7.5 Tonne GVW) 1.20.3 Coaches 1.20.3. Electric Vehicles 1.20.6. Specialist Vehicles, Tankers, Bodies & Trailers 1.20.6. Vehicles - All Terrain 1.20.6. Trailers 1.20.6. Trolleys & Trucks (Powered) 1.20.6 Trolleys & Trucks (Non-powered) 1.20.6 Vehicles - Overhead Line Maintenance 1.20.6. Bodywork / Cabs 1.20.6. De-icing Equipment 1.20.6. Vehicles - Fire 1.20.6. Trucks - High Lift 1.20.6. Mobile Substation Trailers 1.20.6. Snow Clearing Equipment 1.20.6. Tractors 1.20.6. Trucks - Vacuum 1.20.6. Ambulances 1.20.6. Trucks - Refuse 1.20.7. Tyres & Tubes 1.20.7. Tyres - Low Rolling Resistance 1.20.7. Tyres - Passenger Loading Bridge 1.20.8. Cable/Pipe Laying Plant 1.20.9. Mobile Plant (excl. Mechanical Handling Plant - use 1.20.13) 1.20.9 Excavators - Mini 1.20.9. Excavators 1.20.9. Bulldozers 1.20.9. Scrapers 1.20.9. Tractors 1.20.10. Trenchless Equipment 1.20.10. Moling Equipment 1.20.10. Moling Equipment Spares 1.20.11. Access Platforms & Equipment 1.20.11. Access Platforms - Hydraulic 1.20.11. Access Platforms - Pneumatic 1.20.11. Access Platforms - Electrically Insulated 1.20.12. Horticultural Equipment 1.20.12. Grass Cutting Equipment 1.20.12. Mowers - Hand 1.20.12. Strimmers 1.20.12. Mowers - Flail 1.20.13. Cranes (Mobile) & Mechanical Handling Plant/Equipment 1.20.13. Cranes - Marine 1.20.13. Trucks - Forklift 1.20.13. Cranes - Mobile 1.20.13. Trucks - Hand 1.20.13. Cranes - Lorry 1.20.13. Trucks - Pallet 1.20.13. Trolleys 1.20.14. Garage Equipment 1.20.14. Hydraulic Ramps 1.20.14. Hydraulic Lifts 1.20.14. Spraying Equipment 1.20.14. Jacks & Hoists 1.20.14. Pneumatic Equipment 1.20.14. Manual Ramps & Lifts 1.20.15. Vehicle/Mobile Plant Parts & Accessories 1.20.15. Car Filters 1.20.15. Anti-freeze 1.20.15. Exhausts - Vehicle/Mobile Plant 1.20.15. Batteries - Vehicle/Mobile Plant 1.20.15. Brake Assemblies & Clutches 1.20.16. Boats & Marine Vessels 1.20.16. Boats 1.20.16. Coastal Survey Vessels 1.20.16. Multi Purpose Vessels/Workboats 1.20.16. Tugs 1.20.16. Pilot Launches 1.20.17. Bicycles & Spares 1.20.18. Railway Equipment 1.20.19. Passenger Loading Bridges 1.20.19. Passenger Loading Bridges - Telescopic 1.20.19. Passenger Loading Bridges - Non-Telescopic 1.20.20. Baggage Trolleys 1.20.21. Fuel Delivery, Storage and Dispensing Equipment 1.20.21. Fuel Delivery and Dispensing Equipment 1.20.21. Fuel Storage Tanks and Equipment 1.20.98. Other Transport 1.20.99. Other Mobile Plant 1.20.99. Mobile Compressors 1.21.0. TOOLS & SPECIALIST EQUIPMENT 1.21.1. Tools & Equipment - Cable Joiners 1.21.1. Compression Tools 1.21.1. Cable Joiners - Dies 1.21.2. Tools & Equipment - Overhead Line 1.21.2. Climbing Equipment & Accessories 1.21.3. Insulated Tools 1.21.4. Hand Tools (Non-Powered) 1.21.4 Wrenches 1.21.4. Pliers 1.21.4. Knives 1.21.4. Cutters/Croppers 1.21.4. Hacksaw & Blades 1.21.4. Spanners 1.21.4. Hammers 1.21.4. Screwdrivers 1.21.5. Tools & Equipment - Drilling 1.21.5. Borehole Casings 1.21.6. Power Tools (incl. Pneumatic/Hydraulic) 1.21.6 Power Tools - Electric (Mains) 1.21.6 Power Tools - Electric (Rechargeable Battery) 1.21.6 Power Tools - Pneumatic 1.21.6. Power Tools - Hydraulic 1.21.8. Test & Inspection Equipment 1.21.8. Multimeters 1.21.8. Impact Soil Testers 1.21.8. Valve Test and Setting Equipment 1.21.9. Workshop Machinery & Equipment 1.21.9. Milling & Hole Cutters 1.21.9. Broaches & Chasers 1.21.9. Brushing & Grinding Wheels 1.21.9. Lathe, Planer & Shaper Tools 1.21.9. Arbors, Chucks & Collets 1.21.9. Taps & Dies 1.21.9. Gauges 1.21.9. Anvils, Chisels & Punches 1.21.9. Measuring Tools 1.21.9. Files, Rasps & Scrapers 1.21.10. Industrial Cleaning Equipment 1.21.10. Vacuum Cleaners 1.21.11. Workshop Cleaning Consumables 1.21.11. Cloths & Rags 1.21.11. Absorbents 1.21.11. Wipes 1.21.13. Abrasive Products 1.21.14. Welding & Cutting Equipment (incl. Consumables) 1.21.14 Welding Electrodes 1.21.14. Brazing/Welding Filler Rods & Wire 1.21.14. Welding & Cutting Equipment 1.21.14. Fluxes 1.21.14. Electrofusion Control Boxes 1.21.14. Butt Fusion Machines 1.21.14. Electrofusion Tooling 1.21.15. Tools & Equipment - Pipeline 1.21.15. Pig Traps & Closures 1.21.15. Pipe Fitting Tools 1.21.15. Pig Spares - Mechanical Components 1.21.15. Pig Spares - Polyurethane Products 1.21.15. Bag Stops - Iris 1.21.15. Bag Stops - E4 1.21.15. Line Stop Equipment 1.21.15. Searcher Bars 1.21.15. Damping Elements/Compensator 1.21.16. Weighing Equipment 1.21.16. Weighbridges 1.21.16. Weighing Equipment - Baggage 1.21.16. Weighing Equipment - Post Office 1.21.17. Laboratory Equipment 1.21.17. Cod Tubes 1.21.17. PET Tubes 1.21.17. Sampling Equipment - Stainless Steel 1.21.17. Laboratory Glassware 1.21.17. Laboratory Apparatus 1.21.17. Laboratory Consumables 1.21.18. Pollution Control Equipment 1.21.18. Booms - Pollution Control 1.21.18. Buoys - Pollution Control 1.21.18. Dispersant - Pollution Control 1.21.18. Absorbents - Pollution Control 1.21.18. Suction Equipment 1.21.18. Filtering Equipment 1.21.18. Interceptors - Pollution Control 1.21.19. Ladders 1.21.19. Ladders - Insulated 1.21.19. Ladders - Step 1.21.20. Port/Marine Tools & Equipment 1.21.20. Buoys 1.21.20. Navigation Aids 1.21.20. Marine Ramps 1.21.20. Marine Fenders 1.21.20. Life Rafts 1.21.20. Life Jackets 1.21.20. Buoyancy Aids 1.21.20. Catenary Safety Buoys 1.21.99. Other Tools & Specialist Equipment 1.21.99. Automatic Barriers 1.22.0. NUCLEAR & REACTOR PLANT & EQUIPMENT 1.22.1. Nuclear Gas Reactor & Core 1.22.2. Nuclear Fuel Assembly 1.22.3. Nuclear Gas Baffle 1.22.4. Nuclear Gas Diagrid & Support Skirt 1.22.5. Nuclear Shielding 1.22.6. Nuclear Pressure Vessel & Liner 1.22.7. Nuclear Gas Circulators 1.22.8. Nuclear Control Rod & Assembly 1.22.8. Control Rod Drive & Monitoring Equipment 1.22.9. Nuclear Reactor Pumps 1.22.9. PWR Reactor Coolant Pumps 1.22.10. Nuclear Fuel Route Equipment 1.22.11. Nuclear In-Service Inspection Equipment 1.22.11. Lower Boiler Annulus Manipulator 1.22.11. Hoist Unit 1.22.11. Sub-Diagrid Manipulator 1.22.11. Channel Bore Measurement Unit 1.22.11. Interstitial Manipulator 1.22.12. Nuclear Island Control & Instrumentation Systems & Spares 1.22.12. Health Physics Instruments 1.22.12. Active Maintenance Equipment 1.22.12. Irradiated Fuel Handling Equipment 1.22.12. Reactor Monitoring Systems - Neutron Flux 1.22.12. Reactor Monitoring Systems - In-Core Flux 1.22.12. Reactor Monitoring Systems - Core Exit Temperature 1.22.13. Nuclear Reactor Protection Systems & Spares 1.22.13. Reactor Protection Plant Instrumentation 1.22.13. High Integrity Reactor Protection Software 1.22.13. Reactor Trip Switchgear 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Handling & Reprocessing Equipment 1.22.14. Caesium Removal System 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Reprocessing Equipment 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Handling Equipment 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Containers 1.22.14. Radioactive Waste Treatment Processing Plant 1.22.15. Nuclear Primary Circuit Pipework, Vales & Penetrations 1.22.16. Nuclear Sampling Systems 1.22.17. Nuclear Cooling Water & Heat Removal Systems 1.22.18. Nuclear Containment & Ventilation Systems 1.22.19. Dosimetry Equipment & Control Systems 1.22.20. Nuclear Fire Barrier & Containment Penetrations 1.22.21. Nuclear Fuel Storage Racks & Equipment 1.22.21. Nuclear Fuel Storage - Wet Fuel 1.22.21. Nuclear Fuel Storage - Dry Fuel 1.22.22. Nuclear Robotics/Remote Operations Equipment 1.22.23. Nuclear Fuel 1.22.24. PWR Pressure Vessel & Internals 1.22.25. PWR Pressuriser & Pressure Control Systems 1.22.26. PWR Steam Generator Plant 1.22.27. PWR Chemical & Volume Control/Reactor Make-up Systems 1.22.28. PWR Emergency Boration & Charging Systems 1.22.99. Other Nuclear & Reactor Plant & Equipment 1.22.99. Resin Regeneration Unit 1.23.0. COMPUTER EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES 1.23.1. Computer Hardware & Accessories - Workstations/Servers 1.23.1. Midrange Servers 1.23.1. Desktop PC's 1.23.1. PC Servers 1.23.1. Network Servers 1.23.1. Internet Servers 1.23.1. Apple Mac Computers 1.23.1. UNIX Servers 1.23.1. PC Power Supplies 1.23.1. Memory Boards 1.23.1. Computer Processors 1.23.1. Tape/Disk Drives 1.23.2. Computer Hardware & Accessories - Portable 1.23.2. Laptop/Notebook PCs 1.23.2. Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) 1.23.2 Handheld Terminals 1.23.3. Computer Hardware - Mainframes 1.23.3. Computer CPUs 1.23.3. Computer Storage 1.23.3. Mainframe Equipment 1.23.4. Computer Peripherals 1.23.4. Printers - Laser (B&W) 1.23.4 Computer Keyboards 1.23.4. Computer Mice 1.23.4. Computer Monitors (Flatscreen) 1.23.4 Computer Monitors (CRT) 1.23.4 Computer Scanners 1.23.4. Digital Cameras 1.23.4. Printers - Laser (Colour) 1.23.4 Printers - Inkjet 1.23.4. Plotte+E2014rs 1.23.4. Computer Connection Leads 1.23.5. Network Equipment & Accessories 1.23.5. Network Routers 1.23.5. Modems 1.23.5. Network Hubs 1.23.5. Network Cables 1.23.5. Network Cards 1.23.6. Software Development Tools 1.23.6. Databases 1.23.6. Application Generators 1.23.6. Data Administration Tools 1.23.6. Java Development Tools 1.23.7. General Business Software (Off-The-Shelf) 1.23.7 Software - Project Management 1.23.7. Software Licences 1.23.7. Software - Word Processing 1.23.7. Software - Spreadsheet 1.23.7. Software - Graphics 1.23.7. Software - Desktop Publishing 1.23.7. Software - Antivirus 1.23.7. Software - Route Planning 1.23.8. Specialist Business Software (excl. Software Development - use 2.40.02) 1.23.8 Software - CRM 1.23.8. Software - Call Centre 1.23.8. Software - Billing 1.23.8. Software - Procurement 1.23.8. Software - Financial 1.23.8. Software - Logistics 1.23.8. Software - Personnel 1.23.8. Software - Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) 1.23.8 Software - Ecommerce 1.23.8. Software - Safety, Health, Environment and Security 1.23.8. Software - Energy Trading System 1.23.8. Software - Metering 1.23.8. Software - Traffic Management Act 1.23.8. Corporate Governance Software Tools 1.23.8. Fire Station Equipment Management Systems 1.23.8. Envoronmental Management Systems (Noise, Radar, Air, Weather) 1.23.8 Business Risk Management Software 1.23.8. Facilities Management and Maintenance Systems 1.23.9. Technical Software 1.23.9. Software - GIS 1.23.9. Software - Hydrology 1.23.9. Software - CAD/CAM 1.23.9. Software - Instrumentation Control Automation 1.23.9. Software - Document Image Processing Systems 1.23.9. Software - Digital Records Systems 1.23.9. Software - Risk Assessment and Incident Recording 1.23.9. Software - Incident Management 1.23.10. Utility Software 1.23.10. Software - Access Control 1.23.10. Software - Web Content Management 1.23.10. Software - Security System 1.23.10. Software - Network 1.23.10. Software - Communications 1.23.11. Computer Consumables (excl. Laser/Inkjet Paper - use 1.17.09) 1.23.11 Floppy Disks 1.23.11. Toner Cartridges 1.23.11. Paper - Tractor 1.23.11. Toner Cartridges - Recycled 1.23.11. Computer Switches 1.23.11. Compact Disks 1.23.12. Computer Systems 1.23.12. Turbine Vibration Monitoring System 1.23.12. POS Equipment 1.23.12. Flight Information Systems 1.23.99. Other Computer Equipment & Supplies 1.24.0. SWITCHGEAR 1.24.1. Switchgear - Indoor (Below 1kV) 1.24.2 Switchgear - Indoor (1kV to 19kV) 1.24.2 Switchgear - 10kV (Oil) 1.24.2 Switchgear - 10kV (SF6) 1.24.2 Switchgear - 10kV (Vacuum) 1.24.2 Switchgear - 11kV (Oil) 1.24.2 Switchgear - 11kV (SF6) 1.24.2 Switchgear - 11kV (Vacuum) 1.24.3 Switchgear - Indoor (20kV to 99kV) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 20kV (Oil) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 20kV (SF6) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 20kV (Vacuum) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 22kV (Oil) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 22kV (SF6) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 22kV (Vacuum) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 25kV (Oil) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 25kV (SF6) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 25kV (Vacuum) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 33kV (Oil) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 33kV (SF6) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 33kV (Vacuum) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 38kV (Oil) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 38kV (SF6) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 38kV (Vacuum) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 66kV (Oil) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 66kV (SF6) 1.24.3 Switchgear - 66kV (Vacuum) 1.24.4 Switchgear - Indoor (100kV to 199kV) 1.24.4 Switchgear - 132kV (Oil) 1.24.4 Switchgear - 132kV (SF6) 1.24.4 Switchgear - 132kV (Vacuum) 1.24.4 Switchgear - 132kV (Air Blast) 1.24.4 Switchgear - 132kV (Gas Insulated) 1.24.5 Switchgear - Indoor (200kV & Above) 1.24.5 Switchgear - 275kV (Oil) 1.24.5 Switchgear - 275kV (SF6) 1.24.5 Switchgear - 275kV (Vacuum) 1.24.5 Switchgear - 275kV (Air Blast) 1.24.5 Switchgear - 275kV (Gas Insulated) 1.24.5 Switchgear - 400kV (Oil) 1.24.5 Switchgear - 400kV (SF6) 1.24.5 Switchgear - 400kV (Vacuum) 1.24.5 Switchgear - 400kV (Air Blast) 1.24.5 Switchgear - 400kV (Gas Insulated) 1.24.6 Switchgear - Outdoor (Below 1kV) 1.24.7 Switchgear - Outdoor (1kV to 19kV) 1.24.7 Switchgear - 10kV (Oil) 1.24.7 Switchgear - 10kV (SF6) 1.24.7 Switchgear - 10kV (Vacuum) 1.24.7 Switchgear - 11kV (Oil) 1.24.7 Switchgear - 11kV (SF6) 1.24.7 Switchgear - 11kV (Vacuum) 1.24.8 Switchgear - Outdoor (20kV to 99kV) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 20kV (Oil) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 20kV (SF6) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 20kV (Vacuum) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 22kV (Oil) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 22kV (SF6) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 22kV (Vacuum) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 25kV (Oil) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 25kV (SF6) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 25kV (Vacuum) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 33kV (Oil) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 33kV (SF6) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 33kV (Vacuum) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 38kV (Oil) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 38kV (SF6) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 38kV (Vacuum) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 66kV (Oil) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 66kV (SF6) 1.24.8 Switchgear - 66kV (Vacuum) 1.24.9 Switchgear - Outdoor (100kV to 199kV) 1.24.9 Switchgear - 132kV (Oil) 1.24.9 Switchgear - 132kV (SF6) 1.24.9 Switchgear - 132kV (Vacuum) 1.24.9 Switchgear - 132kV (Air Blast) 1.24.9 Switchgear - 132kV (Gas Insulated) 1.24.10 Switchgear - Outdoor (200kV & Above) 1.24.10 Switchgear - 275kV (Oil) 1.24.10 Switchgear - 275kV (SF6) 1.24.10 Switchgear - 275kV (Vacuum) 1.24.10 Switchgear - 275kV (Air Blast) 1.24.10 Switchgear - 275kV (Gas Insulated) 1.24.10 Switchgear - 400kV (Oil) 1.24.10 Switchgear - 400kV (SF6) 1.24.10 Switchgear - 400kV (Vacuum) 1.24.10 Switchgear - 400kV (Air Blast) 1.24.10 Switchgear - 400kV (Gas Insulated) 1.24.11 Switchgear - Multi Motor 1.24.12. Switchgear - Power Factor Correction 1.24.13. Switchgear - Variable Speed/Soft Driven 1.24.14. Switchgear - Direct Current (DC) 1.24.15 Switchgear Parts & Accessories 1.24.16. Circuit Breakers 1.24.16. Circuit Breakers - Generator 1.24.16. Circuit Breakers - Transmission 1.24.16. Circuit Breakers - Distribution Primary 1.24.16. Circuit Breakers - Distribution RMU (Ring Main Units) 1.24.17 Disconnectors 1.24.17. Disconnectors - Autoreclosing (Indoor) 1.24.17 Disconnectors - Sectionalising (Indoor) 1.24.17 Disconnectors - Airbreak (Indoor) 1.24.17 Disconnectors - Autoreclosing (Outdoor) 1.24.17 Disconnectors - Sectionalising (Outdoor) 1.24.17 Disconnectors - Airbreak (Outdoor) 1.24.99 Other Switchgear 1.25.0. WATER/WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT & EQUIPMENT 1.25.1. Digestors - Sewage & Sludge 1.25.2. Macerators 1.25.3. Odour Control Equipment 1.25.3. Odour Control - Masking 1.25.3. Odour Control - Wet Chemical Scrubbing 1.25.3. Odour Control - Dry Chemical Scrubbing 1.25.3. Odour Control - Biofiltration 1.25.3. Odour Control - Ultraviolet 1.25.3. Odour Control - Thermal Oxidation 1.25.4. Dewatering Equipment 1.25.4. Waste Water Belts 1.25.4. Waste Water Presses 1.25.5. Waste Water Scrapers 1.25.6. Screens & Associated Equipment 1.25.6. Screens - Curved Bar 1.25.6. Screens - Vertical 1.25.6. Screens - Microscreen 1.25.6. Screens - Step 1.25.6. Screens Handling Equipment 1.25.7. Disinfection Equipment 1.25.7. Chlorination Equipment 1.25.7. Ozone Plant 1.25.7. Ultraviolet Plant (Open Channel) 1.25.7 Ultraviolet Plant (Pressurised) 1.25.8 Dosing Plant 1.25.9. Sulphinators 1.25.10. Mixing Units 1.25.10. Mixing Units - Static 1.25.10. Mixing Units - Rotating 1.25.11. Incineration Equipment 1.25.12. Comminutor (Pulverization) Equipment 1.25.13. Detritor (Grit Removal) Equipment 1.25.14. Classifier Equipment 1.25.15. Aeration Equipment 1.25.15. Aeration Systems - Diffused Air 1.25.16. Surge Suppression Equipment 1.25.99. Other Water Treatment Plant 1.26.0. INDUSTRIAL GASES 1.26.1. Propane 1.26.2. Butane 1.26.3. Oxygen 1.26.4. Nitrogen 1.26.5. Carbon Dioxide 1.26.6. Sulphur Dioxide 1.26.7. Sulphur Hexafluoride 1.26.8. Argon Free Oxygen 1.26.9. Hydrogen 1.26.10. Methane 1.26.11. Acetylene 1.26.12. Helium 1.26.12. High Purity Methane 1.26.13. Laboratory Gases 1.26.13. Liquid Argon 1.26.13. Liquid Nitrogen 1.26.14. Medical Gases 1.26.15. Argon 1.26.16. Argonshield 1.26.17. Oxygen Free Nitrogen 1.26.99. Other Industrial Gases 1.27.0. GAS TRANSMISSION/DISTRIBUTION PLANT & EQUIPMENT 1.27.1. Compressor Station/Aero Engines & Spares 1.27.2. Compressor Station Plant & Spares 1.27.2. Compressor Station Mechanical Plant Spares 1.27.3. Compressor Station Consumables 1.27.3. Compressor Station Electrical Consumables 1.27.3. Compressor Station Mechanical Consumables 1.27.4. Compressor Station Fire & Gas Equipment 1.27.5. Compressor Station Safety & Test Equipment 1.27.6. Compressor Station Emission Stacks 1.27.7. Gas Holder Antifreeze Units 1.27.8. Odorisation Equipment 1.27.9. Water Bath Heaters 1.27.10. Fogger/Gas Conditioning Units 1.27.11. Integrated Gas Analytical Systems 1.27.12. Gas Storage Plant & Equipment 1.27.12. Compressors 1.27.99. Other Gas Transmission/Distribution Plant & Equipment 1.28.0. SUBSTATION MATERIALS 1.28.1. Hybrid GIS 275kV (includes integrated control systems) 1.28.1 Hybrid Gas Insulated Switchgear 1.28.2. Hybrid GIS 145kV (includes integrated control systems) 1.28.2 Hybrid Gas Insulated Switchgear 1.28.3. Dynamic Reactive Compensation and Voltage Support 1.28.3. Static var Compensator 1.28.3. SVC 1.28.3. STATCOM 1.28.3. Synchronous Condenser 1.28.4. Comms Multiplexers 1.28.4. PDH Multiplex Equipment 1.28.4. SDH Multiplex Equipment 1.28.5. PLC Terminal Equipment 1.28.6. Insulators - Station Post 1.28.99. Other Substation Materials 1.60.0. AIRPORT EQUIPMENT 1.60.1. Airport specific information systems 1.60.2. Flight Information Displays (FIDS) (Screens with flight and gate information) 1.60.3 Flight Management Systems (AODB) (to register passengers per airline and invoice airlines) 1.60.4 Baggage Handling Systems (Insourced/Outsourced) 1.60.5 Passenger Queue Measurement Systems 1.61.0. AIRPORT HANDLING EQUIPMENT 1.61.1. Baggage transportation equipment 1.61.2. Baggage classification equipment 1.62.0. AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 1.62.1. Communication systems (VHF-YHF, Tetra Systems) 1.62.2 Radars and surveillance systems 1.62.3. Air navigation systems: ILS (Instrumental Landing Systems), NDB, VOR 1.62.4. Meteorological equipment: IRVR Transmission meters, AMOs/RAMOS/SAMOS/FAMOS 1.63.0. AIRPORT FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT 1.63.1. Firefighting vehicles - airside 2.0.0. NON - ENGINEERING SERVICES 2.40.0. IT & TELECOMMUNICATION RELATED SERVICES (EXCL. CONSULTANCY) 2.40.1 Hardware Services 2.40.1. Computer Installation 2.40.1. Computer Testing 2.40.1. Computer Configuration 2.40.1. Computer Labelling 2.40.1. Mainframe Rental 2.40.1. Computer Equipment Maintenance & Repair 2.40.1. UNIX Maintenance 2.40.1. NT Server Consolidation 2.40.2. Software Development Services 2.40.2. Database Development 2.40.2. Resource Management System 2.40.2. Billing Application Development 2.40.2. Financial Application Development 2.40.2. Energy Trading System 2.40.2. Procurement Application Development 2.40.2. Global Development Centres 2.40.2. Building Management Systems 2.40.3. Software Support Services 2.40.3. Application Maintenance 2.40.3. Smart Meter Support Software 2.40.4. IT Training 2.40.4. IT Training - Technical 2.40.4. IT Training - General Business Software 2.40.6. Facilities Management Services - IT 2.40.7. Recruitment Services - IT 2.40.7. Staff - IT (Temporary) 2.40.7 Staff - IT (Permanent) 2.40.8 Telecommunication Network Services 2.40.8. Line Rental 2.40.8. Call Charges 2.40.8. Mobile Phones (With Service Agreement) 2.40.8 Freefone Numbering System 2.40.8. Data Transmission Services 2.40.8. Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) 2.40.8 Frame Relay Networks 2.40.8. Paging Services 2.40.8. Satellite Communication Services 2.40.8. Video Conferencing Services 2.40.8. Audio Conferencing Services 2.40.8. Mobile Phone Services 2.40.10. Data Collection & Handling Services (excl. Meter Reading - use 3.80.07) 2.40.10 Data Preparation 2.40.10. Data Collection 2.40.10. Data Handling 2.40.10. Data Archiving 2.40.10. Data Archiving - Microfiche 2.40.10. Data Modelling 2.40.10. Gas Consumption Data - Daily 2.40.10. Data Centre 2.40.10. Data Storage 2.40.10. Data Hosting 2.40.11. IT Network Services 2.40.11. LAN services 2.40.11. WAN services 2.40.12. Internet/Intranet Services 2.40.12. Web Server Hosting 2.40.12. Internet Service Provider 2.40.12. Email Service Provider 2.40.13. Telecommunication Equipment & Associated Services 2.40.13. Telephone Exchange & Associated Equipment Maintenance 2.40.13. Mobile Radio Maintenance 2.40.13. Transmission Equipment Maintenance 2.40.13. Modem Maintenance 2.40.13. Scada & Telecontrol Equipment Maintenance 2.40.13. Microwave & UHF Scanning Maintenance 2.40.13. Telemetry Equipment Maintenance & Repair 2.40.13. Mobile Phone Maintenance 2.40.13. Paging Equipment Maintenance 2.40.13. Aerial Mast & Communications Tower Maintenance 2.40.13. Antennae Maintenance 2.40.13. Aerial Mast & Communications Tower Inspection 2.40.13. Microwave & UHF Scanning - Installation 2.40.13. Phone Cards 2.40.13. SIM Cards 2.40.13. Handset Customisation and Maintenance 2.40.13. PABX Systems Maintenance 2.40.14. Call Centre Services 2.40.14. Call Handling - Emergency 2.40.14. Call Handling - Inbound Bureau 2.40.14. Call Handling - Inbound Dedicated 2.40.14. Outbound Calling 2.40.14. Mid Call Transfer Facilities 2.40.14. Contract/Application Processing 2.40.14. Data Capture 2.40.14. Call Handling - Voice Automated 2.40.14. Website Response Handling 2.40.14. Data Transfers 2.40.14. Transcription 2.40.14. Telephone Sales 2.40.15. E-commerce Services 2.40.15 Marketplace Services 2.40.15. Electronic Cataloguing Services 2.40.15. Reverse Auction Services 2.40.16. Escrow Services 2.40.17. IT Disaster Recovery Services 2.40.98. Other Computer Services 2.40.98. Co-Location 2.40.99. Other Telecommunication Services (excl. Line Construction, Maintenance & Repair) 2.41.0 CONSULTANCY (EXCL. ENGINEERING CONSULTANCY) 2.41.2 Financial Consultancy 2.41.2. Consultancy - PPP/PFI 2.41.2. Consultancy - Financial Management 2.41.2. Consultancy - Private Finance 2.41.2. Consultancy - Taxation 2.41.2. Consultancy - Economic 2.41.3. IT Consultancy (excl. E-commerce - use 2.41.17) 2.41.3 Consultancy - Infrastructure/Hardware 2.41.3. Consultancy - IT Market Analysis/Information 2.41.3. Consultancy - Software Implementation 2.41.3. Consultancy - UNIX 2.41.3. Consultancy - ERP Implementation 2.41.3. Consultancy - IT Benchmarking 2.41.3. Consultancy - IT Contingency Planning 2.41.4. Change Management Consultancy 2.41.5. Energy Management Consultancy 2.41.5. Consultancy - Government Energy Efficiency Standards of Performance 2.41.5. Consultancy - Energy Efficiency 2.41.6. Estates & Property Consultancy 2.41.6. Land Liaison/Wayleave Consultancy 2.41.7. Health & Safety Consultancy 2.41.7. Consultancy - Legionella Risk Assessment 2.41.7. CDM Services incl. Planning Supervisor 2.41.7. Asbestos Consultancy 2.41.7. Asbestos Removal Consultancy 2.41.8. Procurement & Materials Management Consultancy 2.41.9. Public Relations Consultancy 2.41.10. Security Consultancy 2.41.11. Telecommunications/Telemetry Consultancy 2.41.12. Environmental Consultancy 2.41.12. Consultancy - IPPC 2.41.12. Consultancy - Environmental Management System 2.41.13. Quality Assurance Consultancy 2.41.13. Consultancy - QA Management System 2.41.14. Personnel/Human Resources Consultancy 2.41.15. Community Relations Consultancy 2.41.16. Retail Consultancy 2.41.17. E-commerce Consultancy 2.41.18 Corporate Planning & Strategy Consulting 2.41.18. Consultancy - Outsourcing 2.41.18. Consultancy - Parliamentary Information Services 2.41.18. Web Strategy 2.41.19. Facilities Management Consultancy 2.41.20. Marketing & Advertising Consultancy 2.41.21. Fisheries Consultancy 2.41.22. Risk Management Consultancy 2.41.22. Project Risk Management Services 2.41.23. Value Management Consultancy 2.41.27. Insurance Consultancy 2.41.28. Corporate Social Responsibility Consultancy 2.41.29. Public Consultation Consultancy 2.41.99. Other Consultancy 2.41.99. Socio-Economic 2.42.0. FINANCIAL & ACCOUNTANCY SERVICES (EXCL. CONSULTANCY) 2.42.1 Banking Services 2.42.1. Project Financing 2.42.2. Insurance Services 2.42.2. All Risks 2.42.2. Contract Works 2.42.2. Employers Liability 2.42.2. Product Liability 2.42.2. Professional Indemnity 2.42.2. Public Liability 2.42.2. Road Traffic Liability 2.42.3. Pension Funding Services 2.42.4. Financial Leasing Services 2.42.5. Cash Collection Services 2.42.5. Receipting Services 2.42.5. Bill Payment Services 2.42.5. Token Sales 2.42.5. Payment Scheme Payments 2.42.5. Counter Services 2.42.6. Accountancy Services 2.42.7. Shareholder Services 2.42.8. Financial Audit Services 2.42.8. External Audit Services 2.42.8. Asset Surveys 2.42.8. Asset Life Review 2.42.9. Debt Collection Services 2.42.10. Claims Management Services 2.42.11. Licensing Services 2.42.11. Operating Licences - Mobile Radio 2.42.12. Recruitment Services - Finance 2.42.12. Staff - Financial (Temporary) 2.42.12 Staff - Financial (Permanent) 2.42.13 Auction Services 2.42.14. Credit/Procurement Card Services 2.42.14. Credit Card Services 2.42.14. Procurement Card Services 2.42.16. Insurance Brokerage 2.42.17. Customer Acquisition Services 2.42.99. Other Financial & Accountancy Services 2.43.0. HOTEL, TRAVEL & CATERING SERVICES (EXCL. CONSULTANCY) 2.43.1 Travel Agency Services 2.43.1. Travel - Rail 2.43.1. Travel - Air 2.43.2. Hotel/Accommodation Services 2.43.2. Accommodation - Agency Services 2.43.2. Accommodation - Hotel 2.43.2. Accommodation - Other than Hotel 2.43.2. Conference/Exhibition Facilities 2.43.3. Catering Services (Offsite) 2.43.4 Catering Services (Onsite) 2.43.4 Catering Consultancy 2.43.4. Catering Equipment Maintenance & Repair 2.43.4. Watercooler Maintenance 2.43.5. Vending Machine Services 2.43.5. Ticket Vending Machine Maintenance & Repair 2.43.5. Food/Drink Vending Machine Maintenance & Repair 2.43.5. Stamp Vending Machine Services 2.43.99. Other Hotel, Travel & Catering Services 2.44.0. SEWAGE, SCRAP & REFUSE DISPOSAL SERVICES 2.44.1. Sewage/Sludge Disposal Services 2.44.1. Tankering Services - Emergency 2.44.1. Tankering Services - Routine 2.44.2. Scrap Disposal Services 2.44.2. Scrap Disposal - Ferrous 2.44.2. Scrap Disposal - Non Ferrous 2.44.3. Refuse/General Waste Disposal Services 2.44.4. Sanitation Services 2.44.5. Vermin Control Services 2.44.6. Hazardous Material Handling/Treatment/Disposal Services (incl. Asbestos) 2.44.6 Asbestos Handling 2.44.6. Asbestos Treatment 2.44.6. Asbestos Disposal 2.44.6. Contaminated Oil (PCB) Disposal 2.44.6. Contaminated Soil (Cable Oils) Disposal 2.44.6. Boiler Dust Handling/Treatment/Disposal 2.44.6. Medical Equipment Treatment & Disposal 2.44.6. Baggage X-ray Machine Dismantling and Disposal 2.44.6. Active Laundry - Contaminated Clothing 2.44.6. Maintenance and Repair of Equipment for Hazardous Dust Removal Services 2.44.6. Hazardous Dust Removal Services. 2.44.6 Asbestos Surveying 2.44.6. Air Monitoring for Asbestos 2.44.6. Four Stage Clearance Monitoring 2.44.6. Asbestos Bulk Analysis 2.44.7. Non-hazardous Disposal Services 2.44.7. IT Equipment Disposal & Re-marketing 2.44.7. Vehicle Disposal Services 2.44.7. Plant Disposal Services 2.44.8. Decontamination/Pollution Control Services 2.44.8. Decontamination/Pollution - Industrial Waste 2.44.8. Decontamination/Pollution - Chemical Waste 2.44.8. Decontamination/Pollution - Organic Waste 2.44.8. Decontamination/Pollution - Oil Spill 2.44.8. Automatic Spill Control Systems 2.44.8. Oil Pollution Intelligent Pumping Systems 2.44.10. Recycling Services 2.44.10. Recycling - Waste Paper 2.44.10. Recycling - Aluminium 2.44.10. Recycling - Plastic 2.44.10. Recycling - Glycol 2.44.10. Recycling - Copper 2.44.10. Cardboard 2.44.10. Construction Waste 2.44.10. Electronic Equipment 2.44.10. Glass 2.44.11. Waste Skip Hire 2.44.12. Waste Management Services (excl. Radioactive - use 3.77.09) 2.44.13 Confidential Waste Disposal Services 2.44.13. Paper Shredding Services 2.44.13. Digital Shredding - Hard Drive Erasing Services 2.44.99. Other Disposal Services 2.45.0. BUSINESS & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 2.45.1. Legal Services 2.45.1. Commercial Litigation 2.45.1. Criminal Litigation 2.45.1. PPP/PFI Advice 2.45.1. Conveyencing 2.45.1. European Law Advice 2.45.1. Employment Law Advice 2.45.1. Contract Law Advice 2.45.1. EC Procurement Law Advice 2.45.1. Legal Counsel Services 2.45.1. Commercial Mediation 2.45.1. Alternative Dispute Resolution 2.45.1. International Law Advice 2.45.2. Photographic Services 2.45.2. Aerial Photography 2.45.3. Printing & Publication Services (excl. Pre-printed Stationery - use 1.17.13) 2.45.3 Proof Reading 2.45.3. Company Publications - Design 2.45.3. Company Publications - Printing 2.45.3. Print Management Services 2.45.3. Reprographics 2.45.4. Public Relations Services 2.45.4. Press Cuttings 2.45.4. Broadcast Monitoring 2.45.4. Public Relations 2.45.5. Recruitment Services (excl. IT & Finance - use 2.40.07 & 2.42.12) 2.45.5 Staff - Secretarial (Temporary) 2.45.5 Staff - Administrative (Temporary) 2.45.5 Staff - Data Entry (Temporary) 2.45.5 Staff - Clerical (Temporary) 2.45.5 Staff - Laboratory (Temporary) 2.45.5 Staff - Drivers (Temporary) 2.45.5 Staff - Technician (Temporary) 2.45.5 Staff - Engineering Support (Temporary) 2.45.5 Staff - Procurement (Temporary) 2.45.5 Staff - Human Resources (Temporary) 2.45.5 Staff - Senior Management/Director (Temporary) 2.45.5 Staff - Other (Temporary) 2.45.5 Staff - Other (Permanent) 2.45.5 Staff - Secretarial (Permanent) 2.45.5 Staff - Administrative (Permanent) 2.45.5 Staff - Data Entry (Permanent) 2.45.5 Staff - Clerical (Permanent) 2.45.5 Staff - Laboratory (Permanent) 2.45.5 Staff - Technician (Permanent) 2.45.5 Staff - Engineering Support (Permanent) 2.45.5 Staff - Procurement (Permanent) 2.45.5 Staff - Human Resources (Permanent) 2.45.5 Staff - Senior Management/Director (Permanent) 2.45.5 Staff - Drivers (Permanent) 2.45.6 Security Services 2.45.6. Key Holding Services 2.45.6. Security Guard/Patrol Services 2.45.6. Security Equipment - Gas Storage 2.45.7. Training & Education Services - Functional 2.45.7. Training - Driver 2.45.7. Training - Electrical Safety 2.45.7. Training - Manual Operator 2.45.7. Training - Field Hydrometry 2.45.7. Training - Confined Spaces 2.45.7. Training - Signing & Guarding (NRSWA) 2.45.7 Training - Stack Emissions 2.45.7. Training - Simulator 2.45.7. Training - Environmental (Air) 2.45.7 Training - Environmental (Water) 2.45.7 Training - Environmental (Land) 2.45.7 Training - Mechanical Handling 2.45.7. Training - Chainsaw 2.45.7. Training - CITB 2.45.7. Training - Media 2.45.7. Training - Boats 2.45.7. Training - Mobile Plant 2.45.7. Training - Technical 2.45.7. Training - Fire Marshall 2.45.7. Training - Signalling 2.45.7. Training - Health and Safety 2.45.7. Training - Emergency Response Training - ERT 2.45.7. Training -Working at Heights and Rescue 2.45.7. Training - Mast Climbing 2.45.7. Training - Gas-Related 2.45.7. Traning - Asbestos 2.45.8. Occupational Health Services 2.45.8. Occupational Health Services 2.45.8. Stress Counselling Services 2.45.8. Childcare Voucher Services 2.45.8. Childcare Advice & Information Services 2.45.8. Display Screen Assessments 2.45.8. Medical Assessments 2.45.8. Health Club Services 2.45.8. Employee Assistance Programmes - EAP 2.45.9. Hygiene Services 2.45.10. Conference/Event Management Services (incl. Entertainment) 2.45.10 Exhibition Equipment Services 2.45.10. Conference Management 2.45.10. Event Management 2.45.10. Corporate Entertainment 2.45.11. Office & Depot Cleaning Services 2.45.11. Cleaning - Computer/VDU 2.45.11. Cleaning - Telephone 2.45.11. Cleaning - Daily Office 2.45.11. Cleaning - Depot 2.45.11. Cleaning - Cleanroom 2.45.12. Window Cleaning Services 2.45.13. Laundry Services 2.45.13. Laundry Services 2.45.13. Dry Cleaning Services 2.45.13. Laundry Token Services 2.45.14. Market Research Services 2.45.15. Postal & Mailing Services (excl. Courier Services - use 3.74.05) 2.45.15 Mailshots 2.45.15. Personalisation of Literature 2.45.16. Real Estate Services 2.45.16. Land Asset Valuation 2.45.16. Land Auctions 2.45.16. Land Agents 2.45.16. Office Rental 2.45.17. Furniture Maintenance & Repair Services 2.45.18. Office Equipment Services 2.45.18. Access Control Maintenance & Repair 2.45.18. Photocopier Maintenance & Repair 2.45.18. Fax Machine Maintenance & Repair 2.45.18. Accounting Machinery Maintenance 2.45.18. Franking Machine Maintenance 2.45.18. Archiving Equipment Maintenance 2.45.18. Mailing Handling Machine Maintenance 2.45.19. Facilities Management (excl. IT - use 2.40.06) 2.45.19 Car Park Management Services 2.45.20. Meteorological Services 2.45.20. Flood Forecasting 2.45.20. Gale/Hurricane Forecasting 2.45.20. Snow Forecasting 2.45.20. General Weather Forecasting 2.45.21. Business Intelligence Services 2.45.22. Technical/Procedural Writing Services 2.45.23. Subscription Services 2.45.23. Subscriptions - Professional Organisations 2.45.25. Removal/Relocation Services (excl. Storage Services - use 3.74.07) 2.45.25 Office Removals 2.45.25. Office Relocation 2.45.26. Wayleave Services 2.45.26. Easements 2.45.26. Land Agreements 2.45.27. Promotional/Corporate Goods 2.45.27. Florist Services 2.45.27. Gift Vouchers 2.45.27. Corporate Crockery 2.45.27. Long Service Awards 2.45.28. Graphic & Media Design Services 2.45.28. Corporate Material Design Services 2.45.28. Website Design Services 2.45.28. Corporate Video Production 2.45.28. Website Maintenance Services 2.45.28. Website Development Services 2.45.28. Graphic Design Consultancy 2.45.28. Media Production 2.45.28. E-learning Website 2.45.28 Social Media 2.45.28. Search Engine Optimisation 2.45.28. Multimedia Advertising Services 2.45.29. Personnel/Human Resources Services 2.45.29. Payroll Administration 2.45.29. Pension Administration 2.45.29. Redeployment Services 2.45.29. Personnel Relocation Services 2.45.30. Language Translation Services 2.45.30. Welsh Language Services 2.45.31. Marketing & Advertising Services 2.45.31. Merchandising Services 2.45.31. Sponsorship 2.45.31. Media and Press Monitoring 2.45.32. Audit Services (excl. Financial - use 2.42.08) 2.45.32 Audit Services - Health & Safety 2.45.32. Audit Services - Environmental 2.45.32. Audit Services - Quality Assurance 2.45.32. Audit Services - Cleanroom 2.45.32. Ofwat Reporter 2.45.32. Self Inspections / Audit 2.45.33. Asset Management/Operation Services 2.45.33. Water Network Management 2.45.33. Electricity Network Management 2.45.33. Gas Network Management 2.45.33. Multi-Utility Network Management 2.45.35. Plastic Card Fulfilment Services 2.45.36. Training & Education Services - Personnel Related 2.45.36. Education Workshops 2.45.36. Education Material Production 2.45.36. E-learning Consultancy 2.45.36 Training - Leadership 2.45.36. Training - Further Education 2.45.36. Training - Personal Skills 2.45.36. Training - Planning 2.45.36. Training - Media 2.45.36. Training - Management 2.45.36. Training - Development 2.45.36. Training - Procurement 2.45.36. First aid 2.45.36. Knowledge Management 2.45.36. Effective Knowledge Transfer 2.45.36. Improved Performance 2.45.36. Accelerated Learning 2.45.36. Reduced Risk 2.45.36. Lessons Learnt 2.45.36. Community of Practice 2.45.36. Enterprise Collaboration 2.45.36. Knowledge Harvesting 2.45.36. Conferences and Seminars 2.45.46. Rescue and Emergency Medical Services 2.45.46. Fire 2.45.46. Ambulance/Paramedic 2.45.47. Sales Service 2.45.47. Face to Face Sales and Commission 2.45.48. CAP699 Competency Management 2.45.99. Other Business & Administrative Services 2.46.0. Airport Operations - Technical Services (Airfield) 2.46.1 Wildlife / Bird Management 2.46.2. Stand / Coaching Planning 2.46.3. Slots Planning 2.46.4. Ice Management / Weather Systems 2.46.5. Marshalling 2.46.6. Cargo Systems Management (Processing/Customs) 2.46.7 Auditing 2.47.0. Airside Handling 2.47.1. Handling Aircraft - Ramps 2.47.2. Handling Passengers - PRM (People with Reduced Mobility) 3.0.0 WORKS & ENGINEERING SERVICES 3.70.0. BUILDING, CIVIL ENGINEERING & ASSOCIATED SERVICES 3.70.1. Pumping Station - Clean Water 3.70.1. Pumping Station - Clean Water (Design) 3.70.1 Pumping Station - Clean Water (Construct) 3.70.1 Pumping Station - Clean Water (Operate) 3.70.1 Pumping Station - Clean Water (Maintenance & Repair) 3.70.1 Pumping Station - Clean Water (Refurbishment) 3.70.1 Pumping Station - Clean Water (Installation) 3.70.1 Pumping Station - Clean Water (Turnkey) 3.70.1 Pumping Station - Clean Water (Finance) 3.70.2 Pumping Station - Waste Water 3.70.2. Pumping Station - Waste Water (Design) 3.70.2 Pumping Station - Waste Water (Construct) 3.70.2 Pumping Station - Waste Water (Operate) 3.70.2 Pumping Station - Waste Water (Maintenance & Repair) 3.70.2 Pumping Station - Waste Water (Refurbishment) 3.70.2 Pumping Station - Waste Water (Installation) 3.70.2 Pumping Station - Waste Water (Turnkey) 3.70.2 Pumping Station - Waste Water (Finance) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water 3.70.3. Treatment Works - Waste Water (Design) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Construct) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Operate) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Maintenance & Repair) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Refurbishment) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Installation) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Turnkey) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Activated Sludge) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Granular Activated Carbons) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Biology Aerated Flood Filter) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Sequencing Batch Reactor) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Finance) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Raw Water Treatment) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Sludge Treatment) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Filtration) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Degasification) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Condenser Water Cleaning) 3.70.3 Treatment Works - Waste Water (Treatment of Liquid Waste from Flue Gas Desulphuring Plant) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water 3.70.4. Treatment Works - Clean Water (Design) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Construct) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Operate) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Maintenance & Repair) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Refurbishment) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Installation) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Turnkey) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Granular Activated Carbons) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Biology Aerated Flood Filter) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Sequencing Batch Reactor) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Finance) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Drinking Water Treatment) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Mobile Drinking Water Treatment) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Swimming Pool Water Purification) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Water Treatment Systems for Industry and Power Stations) 3.70.4 Treatment Works - Clean Water (Complete Desalinisation by Ion Exchanger or Reverse Osmosis) 3.70.5 Water Tower 3.70.5. Water Tower - Design 3.70.5. Water Tower - Construct 3.70.5. Water Tower - Operate 3.70.5. Water Tower - Maintenance & Repair 3.70.5. Water Tower - Installation 3.70.5. Water Tower - Turnkey 3.70.5. Water Tower - Finance 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock 3.70.6. Lagoons 3.70.6. Reservoir - Service 3.70.6. Reservoir - Raw Water 3.70.6. Dams 3.70.6. Locks 3.70.6. Weirs 3.70.6. Fish Passes 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Design 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Construct 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Operate 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Maintenance & Repair 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Installation 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Turnkey 3.70.6. Reservoir/Dam/Weir/Lock - Finance 3.70.6. Coffer Dam 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts (incl. Penstocks) 3.70.7 Tunnelling & Shafts - Design 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts - Construct 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts - Operate 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts - Maintenance & Repair 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts - Installation 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts - Turnkey 3.70.7. Tunnelling & Shafts - Finance 3.70.8. Gas Storage Leaching 3.70.8. Process Plant Design 3.70.8. Workover 3.70.8. Snubbing 3.70.8. Wellheads 3.70.8. Installation & Commissioning 3.70.11. Carpentry Services 3.70.12. Plumbing Services 3.70.13. Electrician Services 3.70.13. Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) 3.70.13 Appliance Testing 3.70.13. Appliance Maintenance & Repair 3.70.13. Vacuum Cleaner Maintenance & Repair 3.70.14. Industrial Painting & Specialist Coating Services 3.70.14. Powder Coating 3.70.14. Chrome Plating 3.70.14. Shotblasting Services 3.70.14. Sluice Gate Painting 3.70.14. Corrosion Protection 3.70.14. Erosion Protection 3.70.14. Polymeric Coatings 3.70.14. Multi-storey Car Park Coatings 3.70.14. Tin Plating 3.70.14. Painting & Line Marking 3.70.14. Paint Inspection 3.70.14. Protective Coating Inspection 3.70.15. Building/Office Maintenance & Refurbishment Services 3.70.15. Lighting Maintenance 3.70.15. Locksmith Services 3.70.15. Glazing Services 3.70.15. Door Installers & Maintenance 3.70.15. Suspended Ceilings/Partitions 3.70.15. Painting & Decorating Services 3.70.15. Flooring, Carpet Laying & Floor Finishes 3.70.15. Industrial Floor Finishes 3.70.15. Cavity Floor, Wall & Roof Insulation 3.70.15. Plastering & Wall Tiling 3.70.15. Curtain & Blind Installation 3.70.15. Safety Platforms & Walkways 3.70.15. Drain Clearance 3.70.15. Hot Water Boiler Maintenance & Repair 3.70.15. Cladding Services 3.70.15. Tanking & Waterproofing Services 3.70.15. Fire Restoration Services 3.70.15. Flood Restoration Services 3.70.15. Cleanroom Design and Construct 3.70.15. Windows Installers & Maintenance 3.70.15. Turnkey - Refurbishment 3.70.15. Turnkey - Maintenance 3.70.16. Grounds Care Maintenance 3.70.16. Seeding 3.70.16. Cultivation 3.70.16. Turfing 3.70.16. Grass Cutting Services 3.70.16. Gardening 3.70.16. Horticultural Services 3.70.16. Arboricultural Services 3.70.16. Vegetation Management 3.70.16. Vegetation Management - Hydrometric 3.70.16. Peat Management 3.70.17. Fire Protection & Maintenance Services (excl. Substation - use 3.75.09) 3.70.17 Respiratory Protective Equipment Maintenance 3.70.17. Fixed Fire Systems Maintenance 3.70.17. Fixed Fire Systems Audit 3.70.17. Mulsifyre Systems 3.70.17. Sprinkler System Maintenance & Repair 3.70.17. Sprinkler System Installation 3.70.18. Demolition & Clearance Work 3.70.18. Gas Holder Demolition & Disposal 3.70.18. Debris Clearance Services 3.70.19. Lift/Escalator Services 3.70.19. Escalator Installation 3.70.19. Escalator Maintenance 3.70.19. Lift Installation 3.70.19. Lift Maintenance 3.70.20. Roofing Services 3.70.20. Roofing - Maintenance & Repair 3.70.20. Roofing - Inspection 3.70.20. Roofing - Construction 3.70.21. Concrete Services 3.70.21. Concrete Repairs 3.70.21. Concrete Shuttering 3.70.21. Concrete Grouting 3.70.21. Concrete Waterproofing 3.70.21. Concrete Drilling & Cutting 3.70.21. Concrete Recycling 3.70.22. Fencing Services 3.70.22. Fencing Design 3.70.22. Fencing Installation 3.70.22. Fencing Maintenance & Repair 3.70.22. Safety Fencing Surveys 3.70.22. Fencing - Gas Storage 3.70.23. Land Reinstatement Services 3.70.23. Contamination Analysis 3.70.23. Contaminated Ground Clearance 3.70.23. Contaminated Ground Waste Disposal 3.70.23. Top Soil Import 3.70.24. Landscaping Services (incl. Earthworks) 3.70.24 Habitat Enhancement & Development 3.70.24. Landscaping 3.70.24. Earthworks 3.70.25. Foundation Services (incl. Piling) 3.70.25 Ground Stabilisation Services 3.70.25. Piling - CFA 3.70.25. Piling - Bored 3.70.25. Piling - Driven 3.70.25. Piling - Wooden 3.70.25. Piling - Sheet 3.70.25. Diaphragm Walling 3.70.25. Caissons 3.70.25. Piling - Micro 3.70.25. Piling - Underpinning 3.70.25. Piling - Plastic 3.70.26. Road Construction & Surfacing Services 3.70.26. Runways & Taxiways 3.70.26. Surface Carparking 3.70.26. Apron Pavements 3.70.26. Road Construction & Surfacing - Concrete 3.70.26. Road Construction & Surfacing - Asphalt 3.70.26. Road Construction & Surfacing - Design 3.70.26. Road Construction & Surfacing - Turnkey 3.70.27. Rock Anchor Services 3.70.31. General Building incl. Offices 3.70.31. General Building - Design 3.70.31. General Building - Construct 3.70.31. General Building - Operate 3.70.31. General Building - Maintenance & Repair 3.70.31. General Building - Installation 3.70.31. General Building - Turnkey 3.70.31. General Building - Finance 3.70.32. Security Equipment Installation & Maintenance 3.70.32. Anti-climbing Devices 3.70.32. CCTV Systems - Security 3.70.32. Security Alarm Systems - Vehicle 3.70.32.

FAN MOTOR PARTS

Department of the Navy, Military Sealift Command | Published January 26, 2016  -  Deadline February 1, 2016
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  Military Sealift Command Combined Synopsis and Solicitation Notice Information 1. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with FAR 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. 2. Solicitation number is N32205-16-T-7272 and is being issued as a Request for Quotes (RFQ). 3. The solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 20015-86, effective 30 Dec 2015 and 04 Jan 2016. 4. The associated NAICS code is 335312 this procurement: This is not being set-aside for small businesses. The small business size standard is 1000. 5. The table below lists the Contract Line Item Number(s) (CLIN(s)) and items, quantities and units of measure, inclusive of any applicable options: LI      P/N                         Description                                                       Qty01     IM15000687 0000    MOTOR BRACKET, LEFT FOR AC140                    10 ea02     IM15000688 0000    MOTOR BRACKET,RIGHT FOR AC140                   10 ea03     IM15000693 0000    CASSETTE, FILTER, STAINLESS ST                      10 ea04     IM15000694 0000    CASSETTE,FILTER,STAINLESS STEE                    10 ea05     FCU745/1-EULB-20-2-3-5-5-01-1-1 0000TT0008446 FAN,CNTFGL         1 ea06    AC748-EULB-20-2-3-5-5-04-1-1 0000TT0008468 FAN,CNTFGL               1 ea07    EURA-99-11 0000TWHT24607 JOINT WELDING EQUIPMENT                   1 ea 6. N/A 7. The required delivery and acceptance date is 9/30/2015. Delivery and acceptance will occur at Norfolk, VA. 8. The provision at FAR 52.212-1, Instructions to Offerors - Commercial applies to this acquisition and is amended as follows: 52.212-1 (ADDENDUM) ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS--COMMERCIAL ITEMS a. After receipt of quotes the Government may, with or without notice, negotiate with and, if desired, seek quote revisions from as many or as few quoters as it, in its discretion, deems appropriate. b. The term "offeror" or "offer" as used in FAR 52.212-1 shall be understood to mean "quoter" and "quote," respectively. Further, the term "award" shall be understood to describe the Government's issuance of an order. c. The following paragraphs in FAR 52.212-1 shall not apply to this RFQ: b, c, f (except f(4)), and l. d. The Government will consider all quotes that are timely received and may consider late quotes. Failure of a quote to address any items required in the submission package may make a quote unacceptable. e. SUBMISSION PACKAGE1. The quote shall contain the following: -Price quote which identifies the requested item(s), unit price, shipping charges and extended price.-Firm-fixed Price total to include ALL shipping and packaging charges.-Remittance address, Tax identification Number, DUNS number and Cage Code. Note for shipping:The Government requests that shipping costs be incorporated into the price of each item rather than a separate line for total shipping costs. The Government will spread the shipping costs across all lines upon award if quoted as a separate line item. 2. A completed copy of the representations and certifications at DFARS 252.212-7000 Representations and Certifications. 9. Basis for the award: Award will be made to the responsible, technically acceptable quoter, whose quote, conforming to the combined synopsis/solicitation, offers the lowest evaluated price. 10. All quoters must include a completed copy of FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items with its offer. 11. The clause at FAR 52.212-4, Contract Terms and Conditions - Commercial Items applies to this acquisition. Offers/quotes submitted in response to this solicitation shall not contain nor be subject to the offeror's/vendor's standard commercial terms and conditions. Any offer/quote submitted in response to this solicitation which includes the offeror's/vendor's standard commercial terms and conditions may be considered a material defect and may be rejected as being non-responsive to the solicitation. 12. The clause at FAR 52.212-5, Contract Terms and Conditions Required To Implement Statutes Or Executive Orders - Commercial Items applies to this acquisition. The following additional FAR clauses contained within FAR 52.212-5 are applicable to this acquisition: 52.233-4 Applicable Law for Breach of Contract Claim 52.204-10 Reporting Executive Compensation and First-Tier Subcontract Awards 52.209-6 Protecting the Government' Interest When Subcontracting with Contractors Debarred, Suspended, or Proposed for Debarment52.219-28 Post-Award Small Business Program Representation52.222-3 Convict Labor 52.222-19 Child Labor - Cooperation with Authorities and Remedies52.222-21 Prohibition of Segregated Facilities52.222-26 Equal Opportunity52.222-36 Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities 52.223-18 Contractor Policy to Ban Text Messaging While Driving52.225-13 Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases (Jun 2008) 52.232-33 Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer --Central Contractor Registration 52.247-64 Preference for Privately Owned U.S.-Flag Commercial Vessels 13. This solicitation does not have a Defense Priorities and Allocation System (DPAS) rating. 14. Quotes may be only hand delivered, mailed, or e-mailed directly to {E-mail address}, the sole designated E-mail address and inbox for receipt of E-mail submissions. No other electronic means of submission, used in whole or in combination with E-mail, is permitted. No other method of submission is acceptable. E-mail quotes shall be in either Adobe or Microsoft Office format. Quoters are advised that the Government may be unable to receive other types of electronic files (e.g., .zip files) or files in excess of 20 megabytes. To be timely, an E-mail quote must be received in its entirety in the designated E-mail inbox by the due date and time for quote submission. Access to the Military Sealift Command, Norfolk VA. is restricted. Quoters, couriers, and delivery services may encounter unpredictable and lengthy delays or denied access when attempting to enter that facility. Similarly, mailed and emailed quotes may encounter unpredictable and lengthy routing delays. In all cases, quoters are responsible for the risks associated with the chosen delivery method and for ensuring the Government receives the complete quote at the appropriate designated location prior to the due date and time for quote submission. 16. For additional information regarding this solicitation contact Melvin Frazier at Melvin.frazier@navy.mil 757-443-5906. 17. The following additional FAR and DFARS clauses are applicable to this acquisition: The following FAR and DFARS provisions and clauses apply to this solicitation and are incorporated by reference: 52.204-7 System for Award Management 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors -- Commercial Items 52.212-3 Alt I Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items-Alt I (May 2014)52.212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions-Commercial Items 52.225-25 Prohibition on Contracting with Entities Engaging in Certain Activities or Transactions Relating to Iran-Representation and Certification (Dec 2012)52.232-18 Availability of Funds 52.232-39 Unenforceability of Unauthorized Obligations52.247-34 F.o.b. Destination (Nov 1991)252.203-7000 Requirements Relating to Compensation of Former DOD Officials (Sep 2011)252.203-7002 Requirement to Inform Employees of Whistleblower Rights (Jan 2009)252.203-7005 Representation Relating to Compensation of Former DoD Officials (Nov 2011)252.204-7000 Disclosure of Information 252.204-7003 Control of Government Personnel Work Product (Apr 1992)252.204-7012 Safeguarding of Unclassified Controlled Technical Information 252.211-7003 Item Identification and Validation 252.223-7008 Prohibition of Hexavalent Chromium 252.225-7001 Buy American And Balance of Payments Program)252.225-7002 Qualifying Country Sources as Subcontractors 252.225-7013 Duty-Free Entry252.232-7003 Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and Receiving Reports (Jun 2012)252.244-7000 Subcontracts for Commercial Items - acquisition of (1) repairable or consumable parts identified as critical safety items; (2) systems and subsystems, assemblies, and subassemblies integral to a system; or (3) Repair, maintenance, logistics support, or overhaul services for systems and subsystems, assemblies, subassemblies, and parts integral to a system.)252.246-7003 Notification of Potential Safety Issues (Jun 2013)252.247-7023 Transportation of Supplies by Sea (Jun 2013) 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items (May 2014) Offeror Representations and Certifications -- Commercial Items (May 2014)An offeror shall complete only paragraphs (b) of this provision if the offeror has completed the annual representations and certificates electronically via http://www.acquisition.gov . If an offeror has not completed the annual representations and certifications electronically at the System for Award Management (SAM) website, the offeror shall complete only paragraphs (c) through (o) of this provision.(a) Definitions. As used in this provision--"Economically disadvantaged women-owned small business (EDWOSB) concern" means a small business concern that is at least 51 percent directly and unconditionally owned by, and the management and daily business operations of which are controlled by, one or more women who are citizens of the United States and who are economically disadvantaged in accordance with 13 CFR part 127. It automatically qualifies as a women-owned small business eligible under the WOSB Program."Forced or indentured child labor" means all work or service-(1) Exacted from any person under the age of 18 under the menace of any penalty for its nonperformance and for which the worker does not offer himself voluntarily; or(2) Performed by any person under the age of 18 pursuant to a contract the enforcement of which can be accomplished by process or penalties."Inverted domestic corporation," as used in this section, means a foreign incorporated entity which is treated as an inverted domestic corporation under 6 U.S.C. 395(b), i.e., a corporation that used to be incorporated in the United States, or used to be a partnership in the United States, but now is incorporated in a foreign country, or is a subsidiary whose parent corporation is incorporated in a foreign country, that meets the criteria specified in 6 U.S.C. 395(b), applied in accordance with the rules and definitions of 6 U.S.C. 395(c). An inverted domestic corporation as herein defined does not meet the definition of an inverted domestic corporation as defined by the Internal Revenue Code at 26 U.S.C. 7874."Manufactured end product" means any end product in Federal Supply Classes (FSC) 1000-9999, except-(1) FSC 5510, Lumber and Related Basic Wood Materials;(2) Federal Supply Group (FSG) 87, Agricultural Supplies;(3) FSG 88, Live Animals;(4) FSG 89, Food and Related Consumables;(5) FSC 9410, Crude Grades of Plant Materials;(6) FSC 9430, Miscellaneous Crude Animal Products, Inedible;(7) FSC 9440, Miscellaneous Crude Agricultural and Forestry Products;(8) FSC 9610, Ores;(9) FSC 9620, Minerals, Natural and Synthetic; and(10) FSC 9630, Additive Metal Materials."Place of manufacture" means the place where an end product is assembled out of components, or otherwise made or processed from raw materials into the finished product that is to be provided to the Government. If a product is disassembled and reassembled, the place of reassembly is not the place of manufacture."Restricted business operations" means business operations in Sudan that include power production activities, mineral extraction activities, oil-related activities, or the production of military equipment, as those terms are defined in the Sudan Accountability and Divestment Act of 2007 (Pub. L. 110-174). Restricted business operations do not include business operations that the person (as that term is defined in Section 2 of the Sudan Accountability and Divestment Act of 2007) conducting the business can demonstrate-(1) Are conducted under contract directly and exclusively with the regional government of southern Sudan;(2) Are conducted pursuant to specific authorization from the Office of Foreign Assets Control in the Department of the Treasury, or are expressly exempted under Federal law from the requirement to be conducted under such authorization;(3) Consist of providing goods or services to marginalized populations of Sudan;(4) Consist of providing goods or services to an internationally recognized peacekeeping force or humanitarian organization;(5) Consist of providing goods or services that are used only to promote health or education; or(6) Have been voluntarily suspended.Sensitive technology-(1) Means hardware, software, telecommunications equipment, or any other technology that is to be used specifically-(i) To restrict the free flow of unbiased information in Iran; or(ii) To disrupt, monitor, or otherwise restrict speech of the people of Iran; and(2) Does not include information or informational materials the export of which the President does not have the authority to regulate or prohibit pursuant to section 203(b)(3) of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1702(b)(3))."Service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern"-(1) Means a small business concern-(i) Not less than 51 percent of which is owned by one or more service-disabled veterans or, in the case of any publicly owned business, not less than 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by one or more service-disabled veterans; and(ii) The management and daily business operations of which are controlled by one or more service-disabled veterans or, in the case of a service-disabled veteran with permanent and severe disability, the spouse or permanent caregiver of such veteran.(2) Service-disabled veteran means a veteran, as defined in 38 U.S.C. 101(2), with a disability that is service-connected, as defined in 38 U.S.C. 101(16)."Small business concern" means a concern, including its affiliates, that is independently owned and operated, not dominant in the field of operation in which it is bidding on Government contracts, and qualified as a small business under the criteria in 13 CFR Part 121 and size standards in this solicitation."Subsidiary" means an entity in which more than 50 percent of the entity is owned-(1) Directly by a parent corporation; or(2) Through another subsidiary of a parent corporation."Veteran-owned small business concern" means a small business concern-(1) Not less than 51 percent of which is owned by one or more veterans(as defined at 38 U.S.C. 101(2)) or, in the case of any publicly owned business, not less than 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by one or more veterans; and(2) The management and daily business operations of which are controlled by one or more veterans."Women-owned business concern" means a concern which is at least 51 percent owned by one or more women; or in the case of any publicly owned business, at least 51 percent of the its stock is owned by one or more women; and whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more women. "Women-owned small business concern" means a small business concern --(1) That is at least 51 percent owned by one or more women or, in the case of any publicly owned business, at least 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by one or more women; and(2) Whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more women."Women-owned small business (WOSB) concern eligible under the WOSB Program (in accordance with 13 CFR part 127)," means a small business concern that is at least 51 percent directly and unconditionally owned by, and the management and daily business operations of which are controlled by, one or more women who are citizens of the United States.(b) (1) Annual Representations and Certifications. Any changes provided by the offeror in paragraph (b)(2) of this provision do not automatically change the representations and certifications posted on the SAMwebsite.(2) The offeror has completed the annual representations and certifications electronically via the SAM website accessed through https://www.acquisition.gov. After reviewing the SAM database information, the offeror verifies by submission of this offer that the representation and certifications currently posted electronically at FAR 52.212-3, Offeror Representations and Certifications-Commercial Items, have been entered or updated in the last 12 months, are current, accurate, complete, and applicable to this solicitation (including the business size standard applicable to the NAICS code referenced for this solicitation), as of the date of this offer and are incorporated in this offer by reference (see FAR 4.1201), except for paragraphs ____________. [Offeror to identify the applicable paragraphs at (c) through (o) of this provision that the offeror has completed for the purposes of this solicitation only, if any. These amended representation(s) and/or certification(s) are also incorporated in this offer and are current, accurate, and complete as of the date of this offer. Any changes provided by the offeror are applicable to this solicitation only, and do not result in an update to the representations and certifications posted electronically on SAM.](c) Offerors must complete the following representations when the resulting contract is to be performed in the United States or its outlying areas. Check all that apply.(1) Small business concern. The offeror represents as part of its offer that it [_] is, [_] is not a small business concern.(2) Veteran-owned small business concern. [Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph (c)(1) of this provision.] The offeror represents as part of its offer that it [_] is, [_] is not a veteran-owned small business concern.(3) Service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern. [Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a veteran-owned small business concern in paragraph (c)(2) of this provision.] The offeror represents as part of its offer that it [_] is, [_] is not a service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern.(4) Small disadvantaged business concern. [Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph (c)(1) of this provision.] The offeror represents, for general statistical purposes, that it [_] is, [_] is not, a small disadvantaged business concern as defined in 13 CFR 124.1002.(5) Women-owned small business concern. [Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph (c)(1) of this provision.] The offeror represents that it [_] is, [_] is not a women-owned small business concern.Note: Complete paragraphs (c)(8) and (c)(9) only if this solicitation is expected to exceed the simplified acquisition threshold.(6) WOSB concern eligible under the WOSB Program. [Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a women-owned small business concern in paragraph (c)(5) of this provision.] The offeror represents that-(i) It [_] is, [_] is not a WOSB concern eligible under the WOSB Program, has provided all the required documents to the WOSB Repository, and no change in circumstances or adverse decisions have been issued that affects its eligibility; and(ii) It [_] is, [_] is not a joint venture that complies with the requirements of 13 CFR part 127, and the representation in paragraph (c)(6)(i) of this provision is accurate for each WOSB concern eligible under the WOSB Program participating in the joint venture. [The offeror shall enter the name or names of the WOSB concern eligible under the WOSB Program and other small businesses that are participating in the joint venture: _________.] Each WOSB concern eligible under the WOSB Program participating in the joint venture shall submit a separate signed copy of the WOSB representation.(7) Economically disadvantaged women-owned small business (EDWOSB) concern. [Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a WOSB concern eligible under the WOSB Program in (c)(6) of this provision.] The offeror represents that-(i) It [_] is, [_] is not an EDWOSB concern, has provided all the required documents to the WOSB Repository, and no change in circumstances or adverse decisions have been issued that affects its eligibility; and(ii) It [_] is, [_] is not a joint venture that complies with the requirements of 13 CFR part 127, and the representation in paragraph (c)(7)(i) of this provision is accurate for each EDWOSB concern participating in the joint venture. [The offeror shall enter the name or names of the EDWOSB concern and other small businesses that are participating in the joint venture: _____________.] Each EDWOSB concern participating in the joint venture shall submit a separate signed copy of the EDWOSB representation.(8) Women-owned business concern (other than small business concern). [Complete only if the offeror is a women-owned business concern and did not represent itself as a small business concern in paragraph (c)(1) of this provision.] The offeror represents that it [_] is, a women-owned business concern.(9) Tie bid priority for labor surplus area concerns. If this is an invitation for bid, small business offerors may identify the labor surplus areas in which costs to be incurred on account of manufacturing or production (by offeror or first-tier subcontractors) amount to more than 50 percent of the contract price:___________________________________________(10) [Complete only if the solicitation contains the clause at FAR 52.219-23, Notice of Price Evaluation Adjustment for Small Disadvantaged Business Concerns, or FAR 52.219-25, Small Disadvantaged Business Participation Program-Disadvantaged Status and Reporting, and the offeror desires a benefit based on its disadvantaged status.](i) General. The offeror represents that either-(A) It [_] is, [_] is not certified by the Small Business Administration as a small disadvantaged business concern and identified, on the date of this representation, as a certified small disadvantaged business concern in the SAM Dynamic Small Business Search database maintained by the Small Business Administration , and that no material change in disadvantaged ownership and control has occurred since its certification, and, where the concern is owned by one or more individuals claiming disadvantaged status, the net worth of each individual upon whom the certification is based does not exceed $750,000 after taking into account the applicable exclusions set forth at 13 CFR 124.104(c)(2); or(B) It [_] has, [_] has not submitted a completed application to the Small Business Administration or a Private Certifier to be certified as a small disadvantaged business concern in accordance with 13 CFR 124, Subpart B, and a decision on that application is pending, and that no material change in disadvantaged ownership and control has occurred since its application was submitted.(ii) Joint Ventures under the Price Evaluation Adjustment for Small Disadvantaged Business Concerns. The offeror represents, as part of its offer, that it is a joint venture that complies with the requirements in 13 CFR 124.1002(f) and that the representation in paragraph (c)(10)(i) of this provision is accurate for the small disadvantaged business concern that is participating in the joint venture. [The offeror shall enter the name of the small disadvantaged business concern that is participating in the joint venture: ________________.](11) HUBZone small business concern. [Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph (c)(1) of this provision.] The offeror represents, as part of its offer, that--(i) It [_] is, [_] is not a HUBZone small business concern listed, on the date of this representation, on the List of Qualified HUBZone Small Business Concerns maintained by the Small Business Administration, and no material changes in ownership and control, principal office, or HUBZone employee percentage have occurred since it was certified in accordance with 13 CFR part 126; and(ii) It [_] is, [_] is not a HUBZone joint venture that complies with the requirements of 13 CFR part 126, and the representation in paragraph (c)(11)(i) of this provision is accurate for each HUBZone small business concern participating in the HUBZone joint venture. [The offeror shall enter the names of each of the HUBZone small business concerns participating in the HUBZone joint venture: __________.] Each HUBZone small business concern participating in the HUBZone joint venture shall submit a separate signed copy of the HUBZone representation.(d) Representations required to implement provisions of Executive Order 11246 --(1) Previous contracts and compliance. The offeror represents that --(i) It [_] has, [_] has not, participated in a previous contract or subcontract subject to the Equal Opportunity clause of this solicitation; and(ii) It [_] has, [_] has not, filed all required compliance reports.(2) Affirmative Action Compliance. The offeror represents that --(i) It [_] has developed and has on file, [_] has not developed and does not have on file, at each establishment, affirmative action programs required by rules and regulations of the Secretary of Labor (41 CFR parts 60-1 and 60-2), or(ii) It [_] has not previously had contracts subject to the written affirmative action programs requirement of the rules and regulations of the Secretary of Labor.(e) Certification Regarding Payments to Influence Federal Transactions (31 U.S.C. 1352). (Applies only if the contract is expected to exceed $150,000.) By submission of its offer, the offeror certifies to the best of its knowledge and belief that no Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress or an employee of a Member of Congress on his or her behalf in connection with the award of any resultant contract. If any registrants under the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 have made a lobbying contact on behalf of the offeror with respect to this contract, the offeror shall complete and submit, with its offer, OMB Standard Form LLL, Disclosure of Lobbying Activities, to provide the name of the registrants. The offeror need not report regularly employed officers or employees of the offeror to whom payments of reasonable compensation were made.(f) Buy American Certificate. (Applies only if the clause at Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 52.225-1, Buy American - Supplies, is included in this solicitation.)(1) The offeror certifies that each end product, except those listed in paragraph (f)(2) of this provision, is a domestic end product and that for other than COTS items, the offeror has considered components of unknown origin to have been mined, produced, or manufactured outside the United States. The offeror shall list as foreign end products those end products manufactured in the United States that do not qualify as domestic end products, i.e., an end product that is not a COTS item and does not meet the component test in paragraph (2) of the definition of "domestic end product." The terms "commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) item," "component," "domestic end product," "end product," "foreign end product," and "United States" are defined in the clause of this solicitation entitled "Buy American-Supplies."(2) Foreign End Products:LINE ITEM NO. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN[List as necessary](3) The Government will evaluate offers in accordance with the policies and procedures of FAR Part 25.(g)(1) Buy American -- Free Trade Agreements -- Israeli Trade Act Certificate. (Applies only if the clause at FAR 52.225-3, Buy American -- Free Trade Agreements -- Israeli Trade Act, is included in this solicitation.)(i) The offeror certifies that each end product, except those listed in paragraph (g)(1)(ii) or (g)(1)(iii) of this provision, is a domestic end product and that for other than COTS items, the offeror has considered components of unknown origin to have been mined, produced, or manufactured outside the United States. The terms "Bahrainian, Moroccan, Omani, Panamanian, or Peruvian end product," "commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) item," "component," "domestic end product," "end product," "foreign end product," "Free Trade Agreement country," "Free Trade Agreement country end product," "Israeli end product," and "United States" are defined in the clause of this solicitation entitled "Buy American--Free Trade Agreements--Israeli Trade Act."(ii) The offeror certifies that the following supplies are Free Trade Agreement country end products (other than Bahrainian, Moroccan, Omani, Panamanian, or Peruvian end products) or Israeli end products as defined in the clause of this solicitation entitled "Buy American-Free Trade Agreements-Israeli Trade Act":Free Trade Agreement Country End Products (Other than Bahrainian, Moroccan, Omani, Panamanian, or Peruvian End Products) or Israeli End Products:LINE ITEM NO. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN[List as necessary](iii) The offeror shall list those supplies that are foreign end products (other than those listed in paragraph (g)(1)(ii) or this provision) as defined in the clause of this solicitation entitled "Buy American-Free Trade Agreements-Israeli Trade Act." The offeror shall list as other foreign end products those end products manufactured in the United States that do not qualify as domestic end products, i.e., an end product that is not a COTS item and does not meet the component test in paragraph (2) of the definition of "domestic end product."Other Foreign End Products:LINE ITEM NO. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN[List as necessary](iv) The Government will evaluate offers in accordance with the policies and procedures of FAR Part 25.(2) Buy American-Free Trade Agreements-Israeli Trade Act Certificate, Alternate I. If Alternate I to the clause at FAR 52.225-3 is included in this solicitation, substitute the following paragraph (g)(1)(ii) for paragraph (g)(1)(ii) of the basic provision:(g)(1)(ii) The offeror certifies that the following supplies are Canadian end products as defined in the clause of this solicitation entitled "Buy American-Free Trade Agreements-Israeli Trade Act":Canadian End Products:Line Item No.:___________________________________________[List as necessary](3) Buy American-Free Trade Agreements-Israeli Trade Act Certificate, Alternate II. If Alternate II to the clause at FAR 52.225-3 is included in this solicitation, substitute the following paragraph (g)(1)(ii) for paragraph (g)(1)(ii) of the basic provision:(g)(1)(ii) The offeror certifies that the following supplies are Canadian end products or Israeli end products as defined in the clause of this solicitation entitled "Buy American--Free Trade Agreements--Israeli Trade Act'':Canadian or Israeli End Products:Line Item No.: Country of Origin:[List as necessary](4) Buy American-Free Trade Agreements-Israeli Trade Act Certificate, Alternate III. If Alternate III to the clause at 52.225-3 is included in this solicitation, substitute the following paragraph (g)(1)(ii) for paragraph (g)(1)(ii) of the basic provision:(g)(1)(ii) The offeror certifies that the following supplies are Free Trade Agreement country end products (other than Bahrainian, Korean, Moroccan, Omani, Panamanian, or Peruvian end products) or Israeli end products as defined in the clause of this solicitation entitled "Buy American-Free Trade Agreements-Israeli Trade Act":Free Trade Agreement Country End Products (Other than Bahrainian, Korean, Moroccan, Omani, Panamanian, or Peruvian End Products) or Israeli End Products:Line Item No.: Country of Origin:[List as necessary](5) Trade Agreements Certificate. (Applies only if the clause at FAR 52.225-5, Trade Agreements, is included in this solicitation.)(i) The offeror certifies that each end product, except those listed in paragraph (g)(5)(ii) of this provision, is a U.S.-made or designated country end product as defined in the clause of this solicitation entitled "Trade Agreements."(ii) The offeror shall list as other end products those end products that are not U.S.-made or designated country end products.Other End ProductsLine Item No.: Country of Origin:[List as necessary](iii) The Government will evaluate offers in accordance with the policies and procedures of FAR Part 25. For line items covered by the WTO GPA, the Government will evaluate offers of U.S.-made or designated country end products without regard to the restrictions of the Buy American statute. The Government will consider for award only offers of U.S.-made or designated country end products unless the Contracting Officer determines that there are no offers for such products or that the offers for such products are insufficient to fulfill the requirements of the solicitation.(h) Certification Regarding Responsibility Matters (Executive Order 12689). (Applies only if the contract value is expected to exceed the simplified acquisition threshold.) The offeror certifies, to the best of its knowledge and belief, that the offeror and/or any of its principals--(1) [_] Are, [_] are not presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, or declared ineligible for the award of contracts by any Federal agency; (2) [_] Have, [_] have not, within a three-year period preceding this offer, been convicted of or had a civil judgment rendered against them for: commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a Federal, state or local government contract or subcontract; violation of Federal or state antitrust statutes relating to the submission of offers; or commission of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, making false statements, tax evasion, violating Federal criminal tax laws, or receiving stolen property; and(3) [_] Are, [_] are not presently indicted for, or otherwise criminally or civilly charged by a Government entity with, commission of any of these offenses enumerated in paragraph (h)(2) of this clause; and(4) [_] Have, [_] have not, within a three-year period preceding this offer, been notified of any delinquent Federal taxes in an amount that exceeds $3,000 for which the liability remains unsatisfied.(i) Taxes are considered delinquent if both of the following criteria apply:(A) The tax liability is finally determined. The liability is finally determined if it has been assessed. A liability is not finally determined if there is a pending administrative or judicial challenge. In the case of a judicial challenge to the liability, the liability is not finally determined until all judicial appeal rights have been exhausted.(B) The taxpayer is delinquent in making payment. A taxpayer is delinquent if the taxpayer has failed to pay the tax liability when full payment was due and required. A taxpayer is not delinquent in cases where enforced collection action is precluded.(ii) Examples.(A) The taxpayer has received a statutory notice of deficiency, under I.R.C. §6212, which entitles the taxpayer to seek Tax Court review of a proposed tax deficiency. This is not a delinquent tax because it is not a final tax liability. Should the taxpayer seek Tax Court review, this will not be a final tax liability until the taxpayer has exercised all judicial appear rights.(B) The IRS has filed a notice of Federal tax lien with respect to an assessed tax liability, and the taxpayer has been issued a notice under I.R.C. §6320 entitling the taxpayer to request a hearing with the IRS Office of Appeals Contesting the lien filing, and to further appeal to the Tax Court if the IRS determines to sustain the lien filing. In the course of the hearing, the taxpayer is entitled to contest the underlying tax liability because the taxpayer has had no prior opportunity to contest the liability. This is not a delinquent tax because it is not a final tax liability. Should the taxpayer seek tax court review, this will not be a final tax liability until the taxpayer has exercised all judicial appeal rights.(C) The taxpayer has entered into an installment agreement pursuant to I.R.C. §6159. The taxpayer is making timely payments and is in full compliance with the agreement terms. The taxpayer is not delinquent because the taxpayer is not currently required to make full payment.(D) The taxpayer has filed for bankruptcy protection. The taxpayer is not delinquent because enforced collection action is stayed under 11 U.S.C. §362 (the Bankruptcy Code).(i) Certification Regarding Knowledge of Child Labor for Listed End Products (Executive Order 13126). [The Contracting Officer must list in paragraph (i)(1) any end products being acquired under this solicitation that are included in the List of Products Requiring Contractor Certification as to Forced or Indentured Child Labor, unless excluded at 22.1503(b).](1) Listed End ProductListed End Product: Listed Countries of Origin:(2) Certification. [If the Contracting Officer has identified end products and countries of origin in paragraph (i)(1) of this provision, then the offeror must certify to either (i)(2)(i) or (i)(2)(ii) by checking the appropriate block.][_] (i) The offeror will not supply any end product listed in paragraph (i)(1) of this provision that was mined, produced, or manufactured in the corresponding country as listed for that product.[_] (ii) The offeror may supply an end product listed in paragraph (i)(1) of this provision that was mined, produced, or manufactured in the corresponding country as listed for that product. The offeror certifies that is has made a good faith effort to determine whether forced or indentured child labor was used to mine, produce, or manufacture any such end product furnished under this contract. On the basis of those efforts, the offeror certifies that it is not aware of any such use of child labor.(j) Place of manufacture. (Does not apply unless the solicitation is predominantly for the acquisition of manufactured end products.) For statistical purposes only, the offeror shall indicate whether the place of manufacture of the end products it expects to provide in response to this solicitation is predominantly-(1) [_] In the United States (Check this box if the total anticipated price of offered end products manufactured in the United States exceeds the total anticipated price of offered end products manufactured outside the United States); or (2) [_] Outside the United States.(k) Certificates regarding exemptions from the application of the Service Contract Labor Standards. (Certification by the offeror as to its compliance with respect to the contract also constitutes its certification as to compliance by its subcontractor if it subcontracts out the exempt services.) [The contracting officer is to check a box to indicate if paragraph (k)(1) or (k)(2) applies.](1) [_] Maintenance, calibration, or repair of certain equipment as described in FAR 22.1003-4(c)(1). The offeror [_] does [_] does not certify that-(i) The items of equipment to be serviced under this contract are used regularly for other than Governmental purposes and are sold or traded by the offeror (or subcontractor in the case of an exempt subcontract) in substantial quantities to the general public in the course of normal business operations;(ii) The services will be furnished at prices which are, or are based on, established catalog or market prices (see FAR 22.1003-4(c)(2)(ii)) for the maintenance, calibration, or repair of such equipment; and(iii) The compensation (wage and fringe benefits) plan for all service employees performing work under the contract will be the same as that used for these employees and equivalent employees servicing the same equipment of commercial customers.(2) [_] Certain services as described in FAR 22.1003-4(d)(1). The offeror [_] does [_] does not certify that-(i) The services under the contract are offered and sold regularly to non-Governmental customers, and are provided by the offeror (or subcontractor in the case of an exempt subcontract) to the general public in substantial quantities in the course of normal business operations;(ii) The contract services will be furnished at prices that are, or are based on, established catalog or market prices (see FAR 22.1003-4(d)(2)(iii));(iii) Each service employee who will perform the services under the contract will spend only a small portion of his or her time (a monthly average of less than 20 percent of the available hours on an annualized basis, or less than 20 percent of available hours during the contract period if the contract period is less than a month) servicing the Government contract; and(iv) The compensation (wage and fringe benefits) plan for all service employees performing work under the contract is the same as that used for these employees and equivalent employees servicing commercial customers.(3) If paragraph (k)(1) or (k)(2) of this clause applies-(i) If the offeror does not certify to the conditions in paragraph (k)(1) or (k)(2) and the Contracting Officer did not attach a Service Contract Labor Standards wage determination to the solicitation, the offeror shall notify the Contracting Officer as soon as possible; and(ii) The Contracting Officer may not make an award to the offeror if the offeror fails to execute the certification in paragraph (k)(1) or (k)(2) of this clause or to contact the Contracting Officer as required in paragraph (k)(3)(i) of this clause.(l) Taxpayer identification number (TIN) (26 U.S.C. 6109, 31 U.S.C. 7701). 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By submission of its offer, the offeror certifies that the offeror does not conduct any restricted business operations in Sudan.(n) Prohibition on Contracting with Inverted Domestic Corporations-(1) Relation to Internal Revenue Code. An inverted domestic corporation as herein defined does not meet the definition of an inverted domestic corporation as defined by the Internal Revenue Code 25 U.S.C. 7874.(2) Representation. By submission of its offer, the offeror represents that-(i) It is not an inverted domestic corporation; and(ii) It is not a subsidiary of an inverted domestic corporation.(o) Prohibition on contracting with entities engaging in certain activities or transactions relating to Iran.(1) The offeror shall email questions concerning sensitive technology to the Department of State at CISADA106@state.gov.(2) Representation and Certification. Unless a waiver is granted or an exception applies as provided in paragraph (o)(3) of this provision, by submission of its offer, the offeror-(i) Represents, to the best of its knowledge and belief, that the offeror does not export any sensitive technology to the government of Iran or any entities or individuals owned or controlled by, or acting on behalf or at the direction of, the government of Iran; (ii) Certifies that the offeror, or any person owned or controlled by the offeror, does not engage in any activities for which sanctions may be imposed under section 5 of the Iran Sanctions Act; and(iii) Certifies that the offeror, and any person owned or controlled by the offeror, does not knowingly engage in any transaction that exceeds $3,000 with Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps or any of its officials, agents, or affiliates, the property and interests in property of which are blocked pursuant to the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50(U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) (see OFAC's Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List at http://www.treasury.gov/ofac/downloads/t11sdn.pdf).(3) The representation and certification requirements of paragraph (o)(2) of this provision do not apply if-(i) This solicitation includes a trade agreements certification (e.g., 52.212-3(g) or a comparable agency provision); and(ii) The offeror has certified that all the offered products to be supplied are designated country end products.   252.209-7993 Representation by Corporations Regarding an Unpaid Delinquent Tax Liability or a Felony Conviction under any Federal Law-Fiscal Year 2014 Appropriations (DEVIATION 2014 - OO0009) (Feb 2013) (a) In accordance with sections 8113 and 8114 of the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2014, and sections 414 and 415 of the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2014 (Public Law 113-76, Divisions C and J), none of the funds made available by those divisions (including Military Construction funds) may be used to enter into a contract with any corporation that- (1) Has any unpaid Federal tax liability that has been assessed, for which all judicial and administrative remedies have been exhausted or have lapsed, and that is not being paid in a timely manner pursuant to an agreement with the authority responsible for collecting the tax liability, where the awarding agency is aware of the unpaid tax liability, unless the agency has considered suspension or debarment of the corporation and made a determination that this further action is not necessary to protect the interests of the Government; or (2) Was convicted of a felony criminal violation under any Federal law within the preceding 24 months, where the awarding agency is aware of the conviction, unless the agency has considered suspension or debarment of the corporation and made a determination that this action is not necessary to protect the interests of the Government. (b) The Offeror represents that- (1) It is [ ] is not [ ] a corporation that has any unpaid Federal tax liability that has been assessed, for which all judicial and administrative remedies have been exhausted or have lapsed, and that is not being paid in a timely manner pursuant to an agreement with the authority responsible for collecting the tax liability, (2) It is [ ] is not [ ] a corporation that was convicted of a felony criminal violation under a Federal law within the preceding 24 months.       52.225-18 Place of Manufacture (Sep 2006) (a) Definitions. As used in this clause- " Manufactured end product" means any end product in Federal Supply Classes (FSC) 1000-9999, except- (1) FSC 5510, Lumber and Related Basic Wood Materials; (2) Federal Supply Group (FSG) 87, Agricultural Supplies; (3) FSG 88, Live Animals; (4) FSG 89, Food and Related Consumables; (5) FSC 9410, Crude Grades of Plant Materials; (6) FSC 9430, Miscellaneous Crude Animal Products, Inedible; (7) FSC 9440, Miscellaneous Crude Agricultural and Forestry Products; (8) FSC 9610, Ores; (9) FSC 9620, Minerals, Natural and Synthetic; and (10) FSC 9630, Additive Metal Materials. "Place of manufacture" means the place where an end product is assembled out of components, or otherwise made or processed from raw materials into the finished product that is to be provided to the Government. If a product is disassembled and reassembled, the place of reassembly is not the place of manufacture. (b) For statistical purposes only, the offeror shall indicate whether the place of manufacture of the end products it expects to provide in response to this solicitation is predominantly- (1) o In the United States (Check this box if the total anticipated price of offered end products manufactured in the United States exceeds the total anticipated price of offered end products manufactured outside the United States); or (2) o Outside the United States.

Repair, restoration, overhaul, assembly, and test services required for submarine mast antenna, periscope, and communication systems HM&E

Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command | Published October 13, 2017  -  Deadline October 25, 2017
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Notice Type: Sources SoughtREQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI)N64498-18-R-0002 The Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) is seeking qualified sources that can provide repair, restoration, overhaul, assembly, and test services required for submarine mast antenna, periscope, and communication systems HM&E. NSWCPD is requesting information in order to make an informed determination regarding procurement strategy. A copy of the DRAFT Statement of Work (SOW) is attached. SUBMISSION OF RESPONSES: Responses shall include specific details regarding the ability to provide repair, restoration, overhaul, assembly, and test services for submarine mast antenna, periscope, and communication systems HM&E to meet the needs of the Government. Responses shall discuss how their products/services will meet the requirements found in the SOW. Responses are not to exceed Ten (10) pages. Responses shall be in electronic format. A cover page for the response shall be included. The cover page shall include the company name, address, CAGE Code, Business Size Status for the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code of this RFI and points of contract (names, email, and telephone numbers) at a minimum. The cover page is not considered in the total page count. Interested businesses are invited to respond to this source sought announcement by providing the following limited to ten (10) pages: 1) Statement providing the Company Name, Company Address, Cage Code, points of contact including name, phone number, fax number, and email address. The respondents must also provide a confirmation of current large or small business status under identified NAICS code as of 13 OCT 2017, and the date their firm was started. 2) A narrative demonstrating their relevant corporate experience in performing same or similar work to the requirements in the Description and Specifications within the past 5 years. Experience should include work in the areas of Submarine or Ship Industrial Services, Hydraulic Hoist Cylinder repair and refurbishment, and fabrication of material to Navy specifications. 3) Prior/current corporate (Past Performance) experience performing efforts of similar size and scope within the last three years, including contract number, organization supported, indication of whether as a prime or subcontractor, contract values, hours/dollars incurred to date, Government point of contact with current telephone number and email address, and a brief description of how the referenced contract relates to the services described herein. 4) A description of the equipment and facilities intended for accomplishment of this work. The description should demonstrate that the contractor can meet the requirements set forth in the SOW and accompanying references with specific attention paid to the vertical testing capabilities and QA requirements. 5) A description of the quality system employed by the contractor. 6) A statement as to the existence of the offeror's DCAA-approved accounting system for cost-type contracts or evidence of the ability to obtain DCAA approval by the proposal due date. 7) Any potential subcontract/consultant arrangements being considered. If subcontracting is contemplated, the capability statement shall contain sufficient information concerning the planned subcontracting/consulting arrangements to assure the Government that the limitations of FAR 52.219-14, Limitations of Subcontracting, can be met. 8) A Statement regarding capability to obtain the required security clearances for personnel. NSWCPD will accept only electronic unclassified submission of responses. Responses shall be sent to Marissa Dickens at Marissa.dickens@navy.mil with the subject line "RFI - Assembly and Test of Submarine Mast Mechanical HM&E Systems". All responses shall be unclassified and submitted by no later than 5:00PM on 25 October 2017. Proprietary data will be protected when so designated. Acknowledgement of receipt will not be made. Availability of any formal solicitation will be announced separately. This RFI is for market research purposes only and does NOT constitute a Request for Proposal (RFP). This is NOT a request for proposal (RFP), invitation for bid (IFB), or an announcement of a solicitation as no solicitation package exists at this time. The request is for informational purposes only. No cost data should be submitted. The Government will not pay for any materials provided in response to this Sources Sought notice or any follow-up information requests. Submittals will not be returned to the sender. NSWCPD will utilize the information for technical and acquisition planning purposes. This notice shall not be construed as a contract, a promise to contract, or as a commitment of any kind by the Government. The Government is NOT seeking or accepting unsolicited proposals. This RFI Notice is issued solely for conducting market research in accordance with FAR Part 10 and gathering information for planning purposes. Government WILL NOT PAY for any information received in response to this RFI, and the Government will not compensate the respondent for any cost incurred in developing the response to this RFI. The Government will not release any information marked with a proprietary legend received in response to this RFI to any firms, agencies or individuals outside the Government without written permission in accordance with the legend. Please be advised that all submissions become Government property and will not be returned. Statement of Work (SOW) forRepair, Restoration, Overhaul, Assembly, and Test of Submarine Mast Antenna, Periscope, and Communication Systems HM&E 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.0.1 The Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) is a Department of Defense entity responsible for research and development, test and evaluation, engineering and fleet support organization for the Navy's ships, submarines, military watercraft and unmanned vehicles. This requirement is for NSWCPD Code 435, which is responsible for inspection, repair, restoration, and testing services for naval submarine antenna, periscope, and communications masts and Hull Mechanical and Electrical (HM&E) systems. 1.0.2 This contract is for non-personal services. It does not create employment rights with the U.S. Government whether actual, inherent, or implied. By agreeing to perform the services described in these specifications, the Contractor acknowledges that he/she is not, and shall not become, an employee of the U.S. Government. The Contractor further agrees that he/she shall not bring any cause of action in any forum claiming that he/she has become an employee of the U.S. Government. 1.0.3 Government / Contractor Relationship (a) The services to be delivered under this Task Order are non-personal services and the parties recognize and agree that no employer-employee relationship exists or will exist under the task order between the Government and the Contractor's personnel. Therefore, it is in the best interest of the Government to provide both parties a full understanding of their respective obligations. (b) The Contractor employees shall identify themselves as Contractor personnel by introducing themselves or being introduced as Contractor personnel and displaying distinguishable badges or other visible identification for meetings with Government personnel. In addition, Contractor personnel shall appropriately identify themselves as Contractor employees in telephone conversations and in formal and informal written correspondence (c) The Contractor is responsible for supervision of all Contractor personnel assigned to this task order. The Contractor shall exercise ultimate control over all aspects of Contractor personnel day-to-day work under this task order including the assignment of work, means and manner of Contractor employee performance, and the amount of Contractor supervision provided. The Contractor shall be ultimately responsible for all aspects of performance under this task order including the work of its personnel. Contractor personnel under this task order shall not engage in any of the inherently governmental functions listed at FAR Subpart 7.5 or DFARS Subpart 207.5. (d) Employee Relationship: 1) The services to be performed under this Task Order do not require the Contractor or its personnel to exercise personal judgment and discretion on behalf of the Government. Rather the Contractor's personnel will act and exercise personal judgment and discretion on behalf of the Contractor. 2) Rules, regulations, directives, and requirements that are issued by the U. S. Navy and NSWCPD under its responsibility for good order, administration, and security are applicable to all personnel who enter a Government installation or who travel on Government transportation. This is not to be construed or interpreted to establish any degree of Government control that is inconsistent with a non-personal services contract. (e) Inapplicability of Employee Benefits: This task order does not create an employer-employee relationship. Accordingly, entitlements and benefits applicable to such relationships do not apply. (f) Notice. It is the Contractor's, as well as the Government's, responsibility to monitor task order activities and notify the Contracting Officer if the Contractor believes that the intent of this Section has been or may be violated. 1) The Contractor should notify the Contracting Officer in writing within three (3) calendar days from the date of any incident that the Contractor considers to constitute a violation of this Section. The notice should include the date, nature, and circumstances of the conduct; the name, function, and activity of each Government employee or Contractor official or employee involved or knowledgeable about such conduct; identify any documents or substance of any oral communication involved in the conduct; and the estimate in time by which the Government must respond to this notice to minimize cost, delay, or disruption of performance. 2) The Contracting Officer will, within five (5) calendar days after receipt of notice, respond to the notice in writing. In responding, the Contracting Officer will either: (i) Confirm the conduct is in violation and when necessary direct the mode of further performance,(ii) Countermand any communication regarded as a violation,(iii) Deny that the conduct constitutes a violation and when necessary direct the mode of further performance, or(iv) In the event the notice is inadequate to make a decision, advise the Contractor on what additional information is required, and establish the date by which it should be furnished by the Contractor. 1.1 BACKGROUND The Sail Systems, I&EW, Radar, UMM & Modeling & Metrology HM&E Branch (Code 435) and the Sail, Hull & Deck Machinery Systems Division (Code 43) of the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD), provide services to perform maintenance, repair, refurbishment, overhaul, and testing on various submarine platform sail HM&E systems in accordance with submarine Class Maintenance Plans (CMP) and Availability Work Packages (AWP). Current programs under Code 43's responsibility include the restoration of periscope/imaging masts, Multi-function and High Data Rate communication masts, snorkel systems, and various electronic warfare sensors and HM&E components. 1.2 SCOPE OF WORK The contractor shall provide all required labor, materials, and resources to repair, restore, assemble, and test naval submarine antenna, periscope and communication systems/ assemblies, and components. Work may be in support of emergent or planned requirements for the Naval Submarine Fleet and the contractor must be prepared to provide urgent support as necessary to meet tight availability schedules. The contractor shall be prepared to provide all necessary resources including the procuring material, to affect multiple system overhauls for simultaneous maintenance availabilities. The contractor shall support shipment and material movement to and from NSWCPD or various shipyards in which maintenance availabilities are being supported. 2.0 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS 2.1 Submarine Technical Manual S9086-S4-STM-010/CH-556, Hydraulic Equipment (Power Transmission and Control) 2.2 Submarine Technical Manual SE110-BK-MM0-010, Inspection, Repair, and Painting Fiberglass Mast Assemblies 2.3 Code 435 QA Workbook Guidance 2.4 NAVSEA SE110-BK-MMO-010, Inspection, Repair, and Painting Fiberglass Mast Assemblies 2.5 NAVSEA S9074-AQGIB-010/1688, Requirements for Fabrication, Welding, and Inspection of Submarine Structure 2.6 NAVSEA S9074-AR-GIB-010/278, Requirements for Fabrication Welding and Inspection, and Casting Inspection and Repair for Machinery, Piping, and Pressure Vessels 2.7 NAVSEA T9074-AS-GIB-010/271, Requirements for Nondestructive Testing Methods 2.8 MIL-STD-2035A, Nondestructive Testing Acceptance Criteria 2.9 NAVSEA SE110-B3-MMA-010, Safety Requirements for Attaching Lifting Clamp, Backup Clamp, Safety Clamps, Safety Stop, Lifting Devices and Slings to Submarine Antenna Masts and Periscopes 2.10 Replacement Parts List These documents can be referenced at: www.website.gov The Contractor shall reference and utilize the latest version available when performing tasks within this SOW. 3.0. REQUIREMENTS 3.1 General 3.1.1 The contractor shall provide services, supplies, and other support under the below CLINs to restore submarine antenna, periscope and communication systems/ assemblies, and components 3.1.2 The contractor shall support submarine maintenance availabilities by adhering to delivery schedules that meet the demands of the availability. 3.1.3 The contractor shall provide Quality Assurance and inspections to meet the requirements of Maintenance Standards, drawings, and other technical documentation referenced in the applicable DO. 3.1.4 The contractor shall ensure that work follows the established NSWCPD processes including mandatory use of QA workbooks (A006). 3.1.5 Each Delivery Order issued under this CLIN shall specify the Government's requirements and shall contain engineering drawings, detailed sketches, technical repair standards, assembly and test instructions, and detailed military/commercial standards in conjunction with the statements of work cited in support of the tasking efforts 3.2 Firm Fixed Price (FFP) Services 3.2.1 The contractor shall provide the FFP services in support of IDIQ orders required to deliver the assembled and tested mast fairings, assemblies, and restored hoist cylinders (including mandatory replacement O-rings and seals) for the below systems as examples: Submarine Sail HM&E SystemType 8 Periscope Type 18 Periscope Multifunction Modular Mast (MMM) OE-538/BR OE-592/BR Submarine HDR 3.3 Supplies (FFP) CLIN 3.3.1 Orders of the above services will coincide with the order of material (machined parts, COTS items) under this FFP CLIN to support the services identified in Section 3.2 3.3.2 The contractor shall provide supplies in the quantities identified in Reference 2.10 in accordance with the applicable drawing. Additional modifications are identified in the reference document and below: 1) For all of the ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene material (UHMW or HYFAX 1900):a. The Intrinsic Viscosity and Light Scattering Testing and Certifications are not requiredb. Color shall be black 3.3.3 Supplies are subject to the QA requirements identified in Section 13.1 3.4 Support Costs (NTE) CLIN 3.4.1 Other Direct Costs (ODC) in support of all other CLINs. The estimated costs that will be incurred will be provided on a Not-To-Exceed (NTE) basis 3.4.2 The contractor shall provide under this CLIN additional supplies in support of IDIQ orders required to deliver the services described in sections 3.2 and 3.5 as required 3.4.3 Offerors may propose General and Administrative (G&A) expense on the Not-To-Exceed Other Direct Costs (ODC) estimates. However, Offerors shall not "back into" the ODC amount. If G&A is not proposed on top of ODCs as part of the cost proposal, it shall not be asked for after submission of the proposal or post-award 3.4.4 Support Costs including material, shipping, travel, and other direct support costs, if any, will be reimbursed on the basis of actual reasonable and allowable costs incurred plus G&A and/or material handling. THESE COSTS ARE NOT SUBJECT TO FEE 3.4.5 Shipping addresses for the delivery of material will specified at the time of order 3.5 Other Contractor Services (CPFF) CLIN 3.5.1 As specified under delivery orders, the Contractor shall utilize and expend the labor categories herein, in support of services for this CLIN. 3.5.2 The estimated labor hours to be performed during the period from the start of contract performance to sixty (60) months thereafter are based upon anticipated effort. The estimated composition of labor to be ordered is as follows: Proposed Labor Categories for services for repair, restoration, assembly and test of submarine sail HM&E Labor CategoryProgram ManagerQA SpecialistTechnical WriterEngineering TechQA TechnicianMechanicMachinistBurner/WelderPainter/SandblasterPackager/Shipper 3.5.3 Each Delivery Order issued under this CLIN shall specify the Government's requirements and shall contain engineering drawings, detailed sketches, technical repair standards, assembly and test instructions, and detailed military/commercial standards in conjunction with the statements of work cited in support of the tasking efforts. 3.5.4 The contractor shall provide: disassembling, inspections, repair, refurbishment, abrasive blast, paint, assembly, testing, machining, and welding services on a variety of submarine equipment and components (e.g., submarine hydraulic cylinders, faired mast systems, closure door assemblies). 3.6 Facilities 3.6.1 The contractor shall possess or have the ability to obtain facilities and equipment (ma¬chines, tooling, services, and space) to fabricate/repair parts, components, and assemblies; safely and securely move and maintain materials; and process and certify material and equipment. The contractor shall maintain or have access to a fully outfitted machine shop capable of manufacturing or prefabricating parts, performing operational testing, performance evaluations, etc. as specified in individual delivery orders. The requirement for these facilities shall not be construed to mean the contractor is entitled to or the Government is obligated to reimburse the contractor for any direct costs in connection with or occasioned by these facilities. Adequate facilities shall include the following equipment: 1) Calibrated Layout Table2) Material Handling Equipment3) Optical Alignment Equipment4) Hydrostatic Test Equipment5) Surface Plate (able to accommodate material 23 ft. in length)6) Fresh water supply to lubricate masts while cycling7) Welding Equipment (Welding, Solder, and Brazing)8) Hydraulic Power Plant possessing the following capabilities:a) Adaptability to Hydraulic cylinder of mast assembliesb) Filter system to ensure oil cleanliness to NAVSEA Technical Manual S9806-S4-STM-010/CH-556 (SAE AS4059 Class 9)c) Digital Accelerometerd) Static Testing of up to 5000 PSI +/- ½%e) Hydraulic fluid meeting the requirements of 1) MIL-PRF-17672, Navy Symbol 2075TH or 2) MIL-PRF-17331, 2190TEP9) Paint Booth a) Meeting the requirements of NAVSEA SE110-BK-MM0-010b) Able to accommodate material 23 ft. in length x 4 ft. wide10) Electrical Testing Equipment to perform the followinga) Insulation Resistanceb) Continuity 3.6.2 The contractor shall possess or have the ability to construct a stand (at no cost to the government) for the testing and vertical assembly of various antenna mast systems. The test and vertical assembly test stand must: 1) Interface with the above hydraulic power plant to provide pressure to cylinder of antenna mast assemblies2) Provide the means by which a mast assembly's hydraulic cylinder and closure door system are operated and tested at designed loads3) Be high enough to accommodate a fully raised assembly 55 ft. in height4) Be capable of supporting the assembly during a dynamic test as described, further, herein5) Be able to cycle and test the following systems as examples:a) OE-592 (OE-207) Antenna Mast/Hydraulic Cylinder (Dwg. 4491191 & 4398602)b) OE-538 (AN/BRA-34) Antenna Mast/Hydraulic Cylinder (Dwg. 4398595 & 2113490)c) AN/BRD-7 (BLD-1) Antenna Mast/Hydraulic Cylinder (4398606, 2113490, 5489410)d) Periscope Antenna Mast/Hydraulic Cylinder (5489286)e) HDR Antenna Mast/Hydraulic Cylinder (6853511) 3.6.3 The contractor shall have the capability to mock-up a submarine bulkhead if necessary to be utilized to bolt the foundation and weldments for submarine closure door systems. The mock-up would need to have the capability to place a Mast Assembly and a Closure Door System and to perform a closure door operational cycle. 3.6.4 The contractor shall have an assembly area large enough to assemble a 23 ft. Mast Fairing, a 17.5 ft. Hydraulic Cylinder with a 16 ft. stroke and a 17 ft. Antenna. The area should be able to accommodate at least three (3) concurrent assemblies. 3.6.5. The contractor must possess the following test equipment/specialized services or the ability to obtain such: 1) Services of a laboratory approved by NSWC for reporting oil contamination in accordance with NAVSEA Tech Manual S9086-S4- STM-010/CH-5562) Mechanical and optical equipment suitable for obtaining straightness and alignment readings for the required assemblies and their relationship to each other when assembled as a system3) An alignment scope with auto-collimation capabilities and suitable fixture are required inspection tools4) Services to make repairs to hydraulic hoist cylinder components if deemed necessary during the execution of the Delivery Ordera. Brush electroplating capability in accordance with MIL-STD-2197A performed in-house or sub-contractedb. Finish machining of hydraulic hoist cylinders to meet drawing specifications3.7 Material 3.7.1 The contractor shall furnish all necessary materials and equipment required for the performance of individual delivery orders. The contractor shall be responsible for providing all hand tools necessary, at no cost to the Government, in performance of this contract. Hand tools are described as standard tools of the trade such as hammers, drills, wrenches, screwdrivers, pliers, connector crimp tools, lock wire pliers, torque wrenches, etc. and typical tools required to perform tasks set forth in the specific delivery orders and modifications. It shall be the contractor's responsibility to maintain all Contractor furnished test equipment properly calibrated and in a ready for use condition to the extent necessary to avoid impacting the performance requirements of the delivery order. Responsibility for the provision of basic mechanical and electrical tools and test equipment shall rest with the Contractor with no cost to the Government. 3.7.2 It is anticipated that incidental materials will be required for the contractor to procure to support restorations. These include, but not limited to: fasteners, rigging equipment (swivel hoist rings, etc), lock wire (safety wire), thread lubricants, thread lockers, epoxy repair compounds, paint, hydraulic fluid, gaskets/o-rings, welding material. 3.7.3 The contractor will be responsible for storage and staging of both Government-furnished and contractor acquired materials and equipment. The contractor must possess an adequate procedure covering the acquisition, tracking, transportation and storage of all material and equipment used during performance of the DO. 4. DATA REQUIREMENTS 4.1 Contracting Officer's Management Report (CDRL A001) 4.1.1 This report shall reflect both prime and Subcontractor data if applicable at the same level of detail. 4.1.2 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically, unless otherwise stated, and while Contractor's format is acceptable, Government's approval is required from the COR.4.1.3 Labor Rate Tripwire Justification4.1.3.1 The Contractor shall advise the COR and the Contract Specialist, by email, if the pending addition of any individual (Key or non-Key) will be at fully burdened average labor rate (including pass-through and/or target fee) that exceeds the labor tripwire amount. The Contractor shall not proceed with the addition until the Contractor is advised by the Contract Specialist that the request has been approved by the Contracting Officer.4.1.3.2 The Contractor's request shall include, the proposed individual's resume, labor hourly rate build-up, labor hours per work year, detailed justification for the addition of the particular individual based on his/her technical expertise and projected technical impact on the Task Order. If the individual is a Subcontractor or consultant, the rate build-up shall include the prime contractor's pass through rate.4.1.3.3 Currently, the fully burdened average labor rate of $156/hour or greater, regardless of the number of labor hours the proposed individual (prime, subcontractor, or consultant) will work. The Contractor will be advised of any changes to this tripwire level that occur during performance. All Fully Burdened Labor rates of $156/hour or greater shall require the COR and the PCO's review and written approval. 4.2 Travel Report (CDRL A002) 4.2.1 This report shall reflect both prime and subcontractor data if applicable at the same level of detail. 4.2.2 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically, unless otherwise stated, and while Contractor's format is acceptable, Government's approval is required from the COR. 4.3 Contractor's Personnel Roster (CDRL A003) 4.3.1 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically, unless otherwise stated, and while Contractor's format is acceptable, Government's approval is required from the COR. 4.4 Other Direct Costs Report (CDRL A004) 4.4.1 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically, unless otherwise stated, and while Contractor's format is acceptable, Government's approval is required from the COR. 4.5 Plan of Action and Milestone (POA&M) or Integrated Production Schedule, (A005)4.5.1 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically, unless otherwise stated, and while Contractor's format is acceptable, Government's approval is required from the COR.4.5.2 A detailed project schedule shall be delivered NLT 30 days after receipt of an order 4.6 Quality Assurance (QA) Workbook (A006)4.6.1 Use of a QA Workbook is mandatory. All data items, including any technical and OQE data, are to be delivered in the QA Workbook. 4.6.2 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically as one file, unless otherwise stated.4.6.3 Content for the QA Workbook is to be in accordance with Reference 2.3.4.6.4 Preliminary workbook should be delivered 7 days prior to work commencing for concurrence. Finalized workbook to be delivered 14 days after order is completed. 4.7 Weekly Production Status Report (A007)4.7.1 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically, unless otherwise stated, and while Contractor's format is acceptable, Government's approval is required from the COR. 4.8 Condition Found Report (A008)4.8.1 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically, unless otherwise stated, and while Contractor's format is acceptable, Government's approval is required from the COR.4.8.2 The condition report shall be used to identify deficiencies identified during the inspection process or at any time during the assembly and test effort. Deficiencies include any item that is out-of-spec as identified by the applicable drawing, Maintenance Standard, delivery order or any other document used during the repair evolution.4.8.3 The condition report shall generated immediately upon identification of a deficiency and delivered to the government POC no later than 1 day after deficient material is identified to allow for immediate government disposition on the deficient material. 4.9 Government Furnished Material Report (A009)4.9.1 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically, unless otherwise stated, and while Contractor's format is acceptable, Government's approval is required from the COR.4.9.2 The GFMR shall be used to identify missing government furnished material that is required to commence work that has not been delivered by the government to-date. 4.9.3 The GFMR shall be submitted no later than 14 days prior to work commencement. 4.10 Government Property Inventory Report (A010)4.10.1 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically, unless otherwise stated, and while Contractor's format is acceptable, Government's approval is required from the COR.4.10.2 This report shall be used to identify all Government Furnished Property held by the contractor. 4.10.3 The first report shall be submitted 180 days after award with subsequent submittals at 180 day intervals until all GFP has been returned to the Government 4.11 Approved Welding Procedure (A011)4.11.1 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically, unless otherwise stated, and while Contractor's format is acceptable, Government's approval is required from the COR. 4.12 Welding Procedure Qualification Test Report (A012)4.12.1 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically, unless otherwise stated, and while Contractor's format is acceptable, Government's approval is required from the COR.4.12.1 Required to be submitted with A011 if being submitted for initial approval 4.13 Certification Demonstration Procedures (A013)4.13.1 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically, unless otherwise stated, and while Contractor's format is acceptable, Government's approval is required from the COR.4.13.2 Orders may require the submittal of technical procedures that are used in analysis and evaluation of material being restored. Procedures may include straightness, optical alignment, or other procedures used to satisfy the inspection requirements of individual delivery orders. 4.14 Test and Inspection Reports (A014)4.14.1 The CDRL shall be delivered electronically, unless otherwise stated, and while Contractor's format is acceptable, Government's approval is required from the COR 5. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS 5.1 The Contractor is responsible for completing all required government mandated training to maintain security and network access to government sites and IT systems to include but not limited to DoD Cyber-awareness Challenge, Operations Security (OPSEC), NAVSEA Counterintelligence Training, Privacy and Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Awareness Training, NAVSEA Physical Security training. Certificates of successful completion shall be sent to the COR and as otherwise specified in the contract. This effort may require access to classified information up to the SECRET level. The Contractor is required to have and maintain a SECRET clearance. The Contractor may be required to fabricate, modify, or store classified hardware. No classified data will be generated or stored by the Contractor. Classified hardware shall be safeguarded at the level appropriate for the classification of the hardware. The requirements of the attached DD Form 254 apply. The Contractor shall appoint a Facility Security Officer (FSO), who shall (1) be responsible for all security aspects of the work performed under this contract, (2) assure compliance with the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) (DOD 5220.22-M), and (3) assure compliance with any written instructions from the NSWC PD, Security Office, Dorothy Morton (Dorothy.Morton@navy.mil, 215-897-1623. The Prime Contractor shall: (1) Forward copies of DD254s provided to subcontractors to the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD), ATTN: Security.(2) Direct the subcontractor to obtain approval, through the prime Contractor, for the public release of information received or generated by the sub through the prime Contractor. (3) Submit the subcontractor's request for public release through the technical point of contact identified on the DD 254. 5.2 The contractor may be required to receive and generate material, up to and including the SECRET level. Classification markings on the material shall be clearly marked and provide guidance necessary for the performance of this contract. 6. PLACE OF PERFORMANCE 6.1 Performance will occur at a qualified contractor's facility that meets the specifications defined in Section 3.2. 6.2 Due to the criticality of naval equipment required under the resulting contract, the contractor facility shall be within a limit of no more than three hundred (300) miles from NSWC Philadelphia Division in order for NSWPCD representatives to maintain necessary technical surveillance and guidance associated with this requirement. 7. TRAVEL 7.1 No travel is required for the performance of this order. 8.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PROPERTY 8.1 Government Furnished Property in the form of special tooling or test fixturing may be issued to aid in the required work. 8.2 Material that is essential to the execution of an order will be identified in individual delivery orders and issued as necessary. 9.0 GOVERNMENT FURNISHED INFORMATION 8.1 Government Furnished Information, if required, will be issued in individual delivery orders 10. PURCHASES Only items directly used for this Task Order, for work within the scope of the Statement of Work, shall be purchased under the Other Direct Cost (ODC) line items. Individual purchases above $5,000 shall be approved by the Contracting Officer prior to purchase by the Contractor. The purchase request and supporting documentation shall submitted via email to the Contracting Officer and the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) it shall be itemized and contain the cost or price analysis performed by the Contractor to determine the reasonableness of the pricing. Provide copies of price estimates from at least 2 vendors. 11. PERSONNEL 11.1 Personnel Requirements. All persons proposed in key and non-key labor categories shall be U.S. citizens holding at least a current SECRET clearance, or ability to obtain one. 11.1.1 Key Personnel No Key Personnel required 11.1.2 Non-Key Personnel Although resumes for "Non-Key Personnel" are not required, offerors must fully demonstrate their ability to provide the non-key personnel listed below who meet the requirements that follow. The Contractor shall certify in their proposal that they have these non-key personnel and provide a statement as to their ability to supply the personnel with the experience required to perform the efforts specified in the performance work statement. The Contractor shall provide individuals to fill the non-key positions identified below: Program Manager: Target Education: Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Business from an accredited college or university Target Experience: The Program Manager should have Five (5) years managerial or supervisory experience with engineering projects involving the operation, maintenance, repair, testing, modification, upgrading, installation and alteration of naval submarine sail systems. The Program Manager should ensure compliance with all contract requirements, is responsible to ensure all contractor personnel are competent, trained and certified and that adequate resources have been allocated to specific tasks. The Program Manager organizes, directs and coordinates the planning and execution of all tasks and allocates and reassigns resources as may be necessary to ensure they are properly accomplished within the established schedules. QA Specialist: Target Education: High School, trade, or industrial school graduate Target Experience: The QA specialist should have five (5) years of experience in performing quality assurance and control inspections on Navy ship HM&E or electronic systems for specification and engineering drawing requirement compliance and have three (3) years of experience demonstrating practical knowledge of quality assurance programs, quality control inspection systems, machining skills; and a detailed knowledge of shop procedures, processes, methods and techniques which may be obtained concurrently. He/she should be certified NDT (Nondestructive Testing) Level III inspector by American Society for Nondestructive Testing or equivalent organization and must have a thorough knowledge of the NAVSEA Standard Items. Technical Writer: Minimum Education: High school, trade, or industrial school graduate Minimum Experience: The Technical Writer should have four (4) years of experience in the planning and preparation of varied types of technical documentation on naval ship HM&E, or electronics systems and equipment. Engineering Technician: Minimum Education: High school, trade, or industrial or correspondence school for engineering Minimum Experience: Five (5) years of practical experience involving US Navy ships HM&E equipment. QA Technician: Minimum Education: High school, trade, or industrial or correspondence school for engineering Minimum Experience: Three (3) years shop experience which has provided a practical knowledge of quality assurance programs, quality control inspection systems, machining skills, and a detailed knowledge of shop procedures, processes and methods. Mechanic: Minimum Education: High school degree or a technical vocational high school degree Minimum Experience: Two (2) years of experience in the position and be at the journeyman level of competence Machinist: Minimum Education: High school degree or a technical vocational high school degree Minimum Experience: Two (2) years of experience in the position and be at the journeyman level of competence Welder: Minimum Education: High school, trade, or industrial or correspondence school for engineering Minimum Experience: The contractor employee(s) must be a qualified welder(s) in accordance with NAVSEA Publication S9074-AQGIB-010/1688. The contractor employee(s) is also required to have written and approved welding procedures in accordance with NAVSEA S9074-AR-GIB-010/278. All welding will require approved non-destructive test procedures in accordance with NAVSEA T9074-AS-GIB-010/271 and MIL-STD-2035. Painter/Sandblaster: Minimum Education: High school, trade, or industrial school graduate Minimum Experience: Qualified to Society of Protective Coatings specification SSPC-QP2 or equivalent with one (1) year experience/apprenticeship. The painter/sandblaster should have demonstrated knowledge, skills, and abilities sufficient to strip, prepare surfaces, and paint using various coatings and materials. Packager/Shipper: Minimum Education: High school, trade, or industrial school graduate Minimum Experience: The packager/shipper should have a minimum of three (3) years' experience in the packaging of material that should include the fabrication of crates for submarine antenna mast systems. The packager/shipper should have experience and working knowledge of DOD shipping/handling requirements and antenna mast Packaging, Handling, Storage, and Transportation (PHS&T) manuals 12.0 Enterprise-Wide Contracting Manpower Reporting Application (ECMRA) "The Contractor shall report Contractor labor hours (including subcontractor labor hours) required for performance of services provided under this contract for the repair, restoration, overhaul, assembly, and testing of antenna, periscope, and communications masts and HM&E via a secure data collection site. Contracted services excluded from reporting are based on Product Service Codes (PSCs). The excluded PSCs are: (1) W, Lease/Rental of Equipment; (2) X, Lease/Rental of Facilities; (3) Y, Construction of Structures and Facilities; (4)D, Automatic Data Processing and Telecommunications, IT and Telecom- Telecommunications Transmission (D304) and Internet (D322) ONLY;(5) S, Utilities ONLY; (6) V, Freight and Shipping ONLY. The Contractor is required to completely fill in all required data fields using the following web address https://doncmra.nmci.navy.mil. Reporting inputs will be for the labor executed during the period of performance during each Government fiscal year (FY), which runs October 1 through September 30. While inputs may be reported any time during the FY, all data shall be reported no later than October 31 of each calendar year. Contractors may direct questions to the help desk, linked at https://doncmra.nmci.navy.mil. 13. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS 13.1 Quality Assurance Requirements 13.1.1 The contractor(s) shall provide and maintain a written inspection system, which will assure that all supplies and services submitted to the Government for acceptance conform to contract requirements whether manufactured or processed by the contractor, or procured from subcontractors or vendors. The contractor(s) shall perform or have performed the inspections and tests required to substantiate product conformance to drawing, specifications and contract requirements and shall also perform or have performed all inspections and tests otherwise required by the contract. The contractor(s)' inspection system shall be documented and shall be available for review by the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division - Philadelphia Navy Yard Site, 5001 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19112-5083, Attn. Code 962, via the cognizant DCMA or CAO, fifteen (15) days after award of contract and throughout the life of the contract(s). The contractor(s) shall notify the Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division in writing of any change to the inspection system(s). The inspection system shall be subject to disapproval if changes thereto would result in nonconforming product. Contractors currently operating under ANSI/ISO/ASQ Q9001 or MIL-I-45208 quality system will be deemed acceptable under this provision. 13.1.2 The Quality/Inspection System shall also include the following: 1) Inspection, Measuring, and Test Equipment in accordance with the requirements of ANSI/NCSL Z540.32) Inspection, Measuring, and Test Equipment in accordance with the below: a) Pressure/Performance Test Gauges: Gauge range shall be greater than the test pressure but shall not be more than twice that of the maximum test pressure.b) Torque Devices: Torque devices used to measure both running torque and final torque range is from 20% to 90% inclusive of the torque device maximum rated torque. 3) Controls to assure that requirements of this contract/delivery order are invoked on subcontractors and the contractor verifies implementation by subcontractors 13.1.3 Use of QA Workbooks to compile and deliver information pertaining to individual orders is mandatory. Workbooks shall be delivered in accordance with CDRL A006. 13.1.4 Specifications and Publications: Specification Number TitleANSI/ISO/ASQ Q9001 Quality Management Systems-RequirementsMIL-I-45208 Inspection System RequirementsANSI/NCSL Z540.3 Requirements for the Calibration of Measuring and Test EquipmentASQ-Z1.4 Sampling Procedures and Tables for Inspection by AttributesASME B1.3 Screw Thread Gaging Systems for Acceptability: Inch and Metric Screw ThreadsASME B46.1 Surface Texture (Surface Roughness, Waviness, and Lay)ASTM D3951 Standard Practice for Commercial PackagingASTM E1742 Standard Practice for Radiographic ExaminationQQ-N-286 Specification for Nickel-Copper-Aluminum Alloy, WroughtMIL-STD-129 Military Marking for Shipping and StorageMIL-STD-130 Identification Marking of U.S. Military PropertyMIL-STD-973 Configuration ManagementMIL-STD-2035 Nondestructive Testing Acceptance CriteriaNAVSEA S9074-AQ-GIB-010/248 Requirements for Welding and Brazing Procedure and Performance QualificationNAVSEA T9074-AS-GIB-010/271 Requirements for Nondestructive Testing MethodsNAVSEA S9074-AR-GIB-010/278 Requirements for Fabrication Welding and Inspection, and Casting Inspection and Repair for Machinery, Piping, and Pressure VesselsNAVSEA T9074-BD-GIB-010/300 Base Materials for Critical Applications: Requirements for Low Allow Steel Plate, Forgings, Castings, Shapes, Bars, and Heads of HY-80/100/130 and HSLA-80/100NAVSEA T9074-AD-GIB-010/1688 Requirements for Fabrication, Welding, and Inspection of SubmarineNAVSEAINST 5400.95 Waterfront Engineering and Technical Authority PolicyNAVSEAINST 5100.3 Mercury, Mercury Compounds, and Components Containing Mercury or Mercury Compounds; Control Of 13.2 Inspection and Test 13.2.1 The Contractor is responsible for performing or having performed all inspections and tests necessary to substantiate that the supplies or services furnished under this contract conform to contract requirements, including any applicable technical requirements for specified manufacturers' parts. 13.2.2 The Government reserves the right to perform any of the inspections set forth in the above requirements where such inspections are deemed necessary and in the Governments best interest to ensure that supplies and services conform to requirements. 13.2.3 Due to the critical nature of this material, the contractor shall notify NSWCPD (Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division when material is ready for inspection to allow NSWCPD the option to perform quality assurance surveillance. Advanced notification shall be made minimum of (7) days prior to the scheduled inspection date. 13.2.4 A Representative of the cognizant Contract Administration Office (DCMA) shall perform Government Source Inspection (GSI) at the contractors or subcontractors plant. To allow for adequate planning, advanced notification for requested GSI shall be made to that office minimum of (7) days prior to the scheduled inspection date. 13.2.5 All request/ notifications to NSWCPD and the cognizant Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) shall be submitted via Email. Email notification shall include the contract number/ delivery order, contract line item, part number and surveillance activity for which is requested.  

Orbital Pipe Welding

Department of the Air Force, United States Air Force Europe | Published September 7, 2011  -  Deadline September 13, 2011
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Combined Synopsis/Solicitation RFQ - Orbital Pipe Welding - Reference (F2B3E21172A001PipeWelding) Requesting Agency: 100th Civil Engineering Squadron - 100th CES/CEOIL RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk, United Kingdom IP28 8NF Purchasing Agency: 48th Contracting Squadron - 48 CONS/LGCB RAF Lakenheath, Brandon, Suffolk, United Kingdom IP27 9PN This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for a commercial item prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. To be considered for award, you or your company must be CCR registered and subsequently enrolled in Wide Area Workflow (WAWF) for purpose of invoice/payment if awarded the contract. Please note that WAWF is the ONLY ACCEPTABLE means of invoicing and payment. Vendors should provide their DUNS number, CAGE code, and confirmation of their registration in WAWF along with their quote. This solicitation is issued as a request for quotation IAW FAR Part 12 and 13. Evaluation will be based on the lowest price technically acceptable (LPTA). In order to be considered for award, vendor must adhere to all quotation requirements detailed herein. Submit written quotes in reference to Request for Quote (RFQ) reference number F2B3E21172A001PipeWelding. Due to the overseas location of this solicitation, no set-aside will be used. The NAICS code for this requirement is 333992, Welding and Soldering Equipment Manufacturing. This solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-53 effective 4August 2011 and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation DPN 20110819 effective 19 August 2011. Potential bidders are to provide a quote of brand name or equal items. CLIN DESCRIPTION QTY ITEM 0001: 1 EA Orbital welding system 3" sch to 6" sch pipe (50mm OD to 170mm OD) stainless steel pipes with wall thickness from 1.6mm up to potentially 5mm. Including purging and all necessary pipe welding preparation equipment below "or equal": • 165CB orbital welding power supply "or equal" • TP600 Open Arc Weld Head with d100 1kg wire feed unit "or equal" • Orbicar S Trolley "or equal" • 3" Purge Kit • 4" Purge Kit • 5" Purge Kit • 6" Purge Kit • Orbitalum ESG Tungsten Grinder with Dust Cover "or equal" • WSL AR-Naught Oxygen Monitor "or equal" Unit Price:¬_________________ Total Price_________________ ITEM 0002: 1 EA Orbitalum Bevelling Machine 50mm to 200mm "or equal". • 3 Prong UK Spec Plug 220v Unit Price:¬_________________ Total Price_________________ ITEM 0003: 1 EA Portable Pipe Cutting Saw 75mm to 360mm OD Max Wall 8mm "or equal" • 3 Prong UK Spec Plug 220v Unit Price:¬_________________ Total Price_________________ ITEM 0004: 1 EA Orbitalum Tube Saw 44mm to 182mm, Max Wall 8mm "or equal" • 3 Prong UK Spec Plug 220v • Unit Price:¬_________________ Total Price_________________ ITEM 0005: 1 EA Installation/Commissioning/Training of Items • Welding Equipment to be CE marked and calibrated upon delivery • Full training on items to be supplied • 1 year warranty on all equipment Unit Price:¬_________________ Total Price_________________ The below listed provisions and clauses may be found in full at the following web address: http://farsite.hill.af.mil/ The following clauses and provisions apply to this solicitation and are included by reference: Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR): 52-204-7 Central Contractor Registration 52.209-6 Protecting the Government's Interests when Subcontracting with Contractors Debarred, Suspended or Proposed for Debarment. 52.211-6 Brand Name or Equal 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors - Commercial Items 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items with Alternate I 51.212-4 Contract Terms and Condidtions-Commercial Items 52.233-1 Disputes 52.252-1 Solicitation Provisions Incorporated by Reference 52.252-2 Clauses Incorporated by Reference 52.252-5 Authorized Deviations in Provisions 52.252-6 Authroized Deviations in Clauses Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS): 252.203-7002 Requirements to Inform Employees of Whistleblower Rights 252.204-7004 Alternate A (Required Central Contractor Registration) 252.211-7003 Item Identification and Valuation 252.225-7042 Authorization to Perform 252.229-7000 Invoices Exclusive of Taxes or Duties 252.229-7006 Value Added Tax Exclusion (United Kingdom) 252.229-7007 Verification of United States Receipt of Goods 252.229-7008 Relief of Import Duty (United Kingdom) 252.232-7008 Assignment of Claims (Overseas) 252.232-7010 Levies on Contract Payments 252.233-7001 Choice of Law (Overseas) Air Force Federal Acquisition Regulation (AFFARS): 5352.201-9101 Ombudsmen 5352.223-9001 Health and Safety on Government Installations 5352.225-9004 Submission of Offers in other than United States Dollars Addendum to FAR 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors - Commercial Items As prescribed in FAR 12.302(d) the following addenda is provided for solicitation provision FAR 52.212-1 and hereby amends any language therein: Quotation Preparation Instructions: A. To assure the timely and equitable evaluation of quotations, vendors must follow the instructions contained herein. Vendors are required to meet all solicitation requirements, including terms and conditions, representations and certifications, technical specifications in addition to those identified as evaluation factors and if applicable, sub-factors. Quotations submitted in response to this Combined Synopsis/Solicitation must address the following paragraph B - Quote Specifics. B. Quote Specifics: All quotes must include the following information: a. The quotation shall detail technical specifications for the product being offered b. Companies or individual's complete mailing and remittance address on company letterhead. c. Vendor shall be enrolled in CCR (www.bpn.gov) and WAWF (https://wawf.eb.mil). d. Discount for prompt payment - if any e. Quotes shall be quoted in US Dollars ($) or British Pounds Sterling(£), and shall be valid for a period of no less than 30 days. f. Prices shall be all inclusive (i.e., all materials, transportation, labor, etc.). g. Quote shall include delivery direct to destination. There shall be no shipping line item. It shall be inclusive in the item cost. h. Copy of Offeror Representations and Certification: Please see FAR 52.212-3 Alt I for addtitional directions Quotes are due to this office no later than 3:00 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time, or (10:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Savings Time), 13 September 2011. Quotes may be faxed to 011-44-(0)1638-52-2189, or sent via e-mail to christopher.davalos@lakenheath.af.mil and benjamin.shelton@lakenheath.af.mil. C. Vendors must clearly identify any exception to the solicitation terms and conditions and provide complete accompanying rationale. Delivery, Installation, Commissioning and Training of all items must be made NLT 30 days ADC , Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. to exclude all British and American holidays. All potential vendors are to provide proposals for the following supplies to be delivered and installed FOB Destination to the following "door to door" destination: 100 CES/CEF Bldg. 680 RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk IP28 8NF (End Addendum) 52.212-2 Evaluation -- Commercial Items (Jan 1999) (a) Award Basis: The Governments evaluation of quotations will fully account for the evaluation factors identified and required under 52.212-1 of 1.) Price, 2.) Technical Capability. The evaluation of these factors will utilize an award basis that results in an award to the lowest priced technically acceptable quotation. Quotes that do not meet the stated minimum technical specifications, will be deemed technically unacceptable, and therefore not considered for award. Finally, quotations that are incomplete and/or are determined to be priced unreasonably too high or too low, may not be selected for award. Therefore, quotations should contain the vendor's best terms, from a price, technical-specification, and past performance standpoint. Under the LPTA source selection process, trade-offs are not permitted, proposals are evaluated for acceptability but not ranked using the non-price factors. The Government intends to evaluate quotations and award a contract without exchanges or communications and therefore, quotations should contain the vendor's best terms, from a price, technical-specification. (b) Evaluation: Evaluation factors required under 52.212-1 will be evaluated by the Government as follows; i. Price: To evaluate price reasonableness and affordability, an initial screening of quotations will be performed to compare pricing to both Government and commercial web-based databases, and with comparison to the Government's estimate, and in relation to the product quoted. Quotations that are determined to be priced unreasonably, as either too high or too low, may not be selected for award. ii. Technical: The government will evaluate technical proposals and the below listed sub-factors on a pass/fail-basis, assigning ratings of acceptable, or unacceptable. An unacceptable rating for any of the below sub-factors will result in an unacceptable rating for this Technical Capability primary factor. Accordingly, under the LPTA source selection approach, vendors who receive an unacceptable rating for this factor, will not be considered for award. Technical Acceptability shall be evaluated against the following sub-factors: Technical ratings will be evaluated entailing a comparison of quoted specifications with relation to specifications of the government's requirements, and respective salient characteristics of each appliance type. If the associated specifications of any quoted item do not meet the Government's stated minimum specification, may result in a vendor's entire quotation being ineligible for award. The Government reserves the right to make multiple awards as a result of this solicitation, if the Government accepts any item, or group of items, of a quotation. Warranty information will be evaluated to evidence the terms of the manufacturer's warranty, also to assess if warranties represent the most favorable commercial terms afforded to any customer for such items, and if applicable, to determine if other quoted expressed warranty terms may represent best value. Quoted items that are not accompanied with any warranty information and respective terms, or are determined to not provide favorable terms with comparison to commercial market standards for such items, may be considered to represent either poor quality or poor value, and therefore, not selected for award. As a result of the government's evaluation of the aforementioned Technical Capability sub-factors of Transition Plans, Management Plans, Resources, and all associated elements accordingly, a determination of acceptable of unacceptable will be assigned using the following ratings and descriptions: Technical Capability Ratings Rating Description Acceptable Proposal clearly meets the minimum requirements of the solicitation. Unacceptable Proposal does not clearly meet the minimum requirements of the solicitation. (c) Award Determination: As a result of the Government's aforementioned evaluation, only those vendors whose proposals are determined to be technically acceptable will be considered for award. Of those vendors found technically acceptable award will be made to the lowest priced offeror whose price is determined reasonable and affordable. A written notice of award or acceptance of a quotation, mailed or otherwise furnished to the successful vendor within the time for acceptance specified in the quotation, shall result in a binding contract without further action by either party. Before the vendor's specified expiration time, the Government may accept a quotation (or part of a quotation), whether or not there are negotiations after its receipt, unless a written notice of withdrawal is received before award. 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders -- Commercial Items (Jun 2009) (a) The Contractor shall comply with the following Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clauses, which are incorporated in this contract by reference, to implement provisions of law or Executive orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial items: (1) 52.222-50, Combating Trafficking in Persons (FEB 2009) (22 U.S.C. 7104(g)). (2) 52.233-3, Protest After Award (AUG 1996) (31 U.S.C. 3553). (3) 52.233-4, Applicable Law for Breach of Contract Claim (OCT 2004) (Pub. L. 108-77, 108-78). (b) The Contractor shall comply with the FAR clauses in this paragraph (b) that the contracting officer has indicated as being incorporated in this contract by reference to implement provisions of law or Executive orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial items: [Contracting Officer shall check as appropriate.] __ (1) 52.203-6, Restrictions on Subcontractor Sales to the Government (Sep 2006), with Alternate I (Oct 1995)(41 U.S.C. 253g and 10 U.S.C. 2402). ___ (2) 52.203-13, Contractor Code of Business Ethics and Conduct (Dec 2008) (Pub. L. 110-252, Title VI, Chapter 1 (41 U.S.C. 251 note)). ___ (3) 52.203-15, Whistleblower Protections under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Mar 2009) (Section 1553 of Pub L. 111-5) (Applies to contracts funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009). ___ (4) 52.204-11, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act-Reporting Requirements (Mar 2009) (Pub. L. 111-5). ___ (5) 52.219-3, Notice of Total HUBZone Set-Aside (Jan 1999)(15 U.S.C. 657a). ___ (6) 52.219-4, Notice of Price Evaluation Preference for HUBZone Small Business Concerns (Jul 2005) (if the offeror elects to waive the preference, it shall so indicate in its offer)(15 U.S.C. 657a). ___ (7) [Reserved] ___ (8) (i) 52.219-6, Notice of Total Small Business Aside (June 2003) (15 U.S.C. 644). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Oct 1995) of 52.219-6. ___ (iii) Alternate II (Mar 2004) of 52.219-6. ___ (9) (i) 52.219-7, Notice of Partial Small Business Set-Aside (June 2003)(15 U.S.C. 644). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Oct 1995) of 52.219-7. ___ (iii) Alternate II (Mar 2004) of 52.219-7. ___ (10) 52.219-8, Utilization of Small Business Concerns (May 2004) (15 U.S.C. 637(d)(2) and (3)). ___ (11) (i) 52.219-9, Small Business Subcontracting Plan (Apr 2008)(15 U.S.C. 637 (d)(4).) ___ (ii) Alternate I (Oct 2001) of 52.219-9. ___ (iii) Alternate II (Oct 2001) of 52.219-9. ___ (12) 52.219-14, Limitations on Subcontracting (Dec 1996)(15 U.S.C. 637(a)(14)). ___ (13) 52.219-16, Liquidated Damages-Subcontracting Plan (Jan 1999)(15 U.S.C. 637(d)(4)(F)(i)). ___ (14) (i) 52.219-23, Notice of Price Evaluation Adjustment for Small Disadvantaged Business Concerns (Oct 2008)(10 U.S.C. 2323) (if the offeror elects to waive the adjustment, it shall so indicate in its offer). ___ (ii) Alternate I (June 2003) of 52.219-23. ___ (15) 52.219-25, Small Disadvantaged Business Participation Program-Disadvantaged Status and Reporting (Apr 2008)(Pub. L. 103-355, section 7102, and 10 U.S.C. 2323). ___ (16) 52.219-26, Small Disadvantaged Business Participation Program-Incentive Subcontracting (Oct 2000) (Pub. L. 103-355, section 7102, and 10 U.S.C. 2323). ___ (17) 52.219-27, Notice of Total Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Set-Aside (May 2004) (15 U.S.C. 657 f). ___ (18) 52.219-28, Post Award Small Business Program Rerepresentation (Apr 2009) (15 U.S.C. 632(a)(2)). ___ (19) 52.222-3, Convict Labor (June 2003)(E.O. 11755). _X_ (20) 52.222-19, Child Labor-Cooperation with Authorities and Remedies (Feb 2008) (E.O. 13126). ___ (21) 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated Facilities (Feb 1999). ___ (22) 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (Mar 2007)(E.O. 11246). ___ (23) 52.222-35, Equal Opportunity for Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and Other Eligible Veterans (Sep 2006)(38 U.S.C. 4212). ___ (24) 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities (Jun 1998)(29 U.S.C. 793). ___ (25) 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and Other Eligible Veterans (Sep 2006)(38 U.S.C. 4212). ___ (26) 52.222-39, Notification of Employee Rights Concerning Payment of Union Dues or Fees (Dec 2004) (E.O. 13201). ___ (27) 52.222-54, Employment Eligibility Verification (Jan 2009). (Executive Order 12989). (Not applicable to the acquisition of commercially available off-the-shelf items or certain other types of commercial items as prescribed in 22.1803.) ___ (28) (i) 52.223-9, Estimate of Percentage of Recovered Material Content for EPA-Designated Items (May 2008)(42 U.S.C. 6962(c)(3)(A)(ii)). (Not applicable to the acquisition of commercially available off-the-shelf items.) ___ (ii) Alternate I (May 2008) of 52.223-9 (42 U.S.C. 6962(i)(2)(C)). (Not applicable to the acquisition of commercially available off-the-shelf items.) ___ (29) 52.223-15, Energy Efficiency in Energy-Consuming Products (Dec 2007) (42 U.S.C. 8259b). ___ (30) (i) 52.223-16, IEEE 1680 Standard for the Environmental Assessment of Personal Computer Products (Dec 2007) (E.O. 13423). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Dec 2007) of 52.223-16. ___ (31) 52.225-1, Buy American Act--Supplies (Feb 2009)(41 U.S.C. 10a-10d). ___ (32) (i) 52.225-3, Buy American Act -Free Trade Agreements - Israeli Trade Act (Jun 2009) (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d, 19 U.S.C. 3301 note, 19 U.S.C. 2112 note, 19 U.S.C. 3805 note, Pub. L. 108-77, 108-78, 108-286, 108-301, 109-53, 109-169, 109-283, and 110-138). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Jan 2004) of 52.225-3. ___ (iii) Alternate II (Jan 2004) of 52.225-3. ___ (33) 52.225-5, Trade Agreements (Jun 2009) (19 U.S.C. 2501, et seq., 19 U.S.C. 3301 note). _X_ (34) 52.225-13, Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases (Jun 2008) (E.O.'s, proclamations, and statutes administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the Department of the Treasury). ___ (35) 52.226-4, Notice of Disaster or Emergency Area Set-Aside (Nov 2007) (42 U.S.C. 5150). ___ (36) 52.226-5, Restrictions on Subcontracting Outside Disaster or Emergency Area (Nov 2007) (42 U.S.C. 5150). ___ (37) 52.232-29, Terms for Financing of Purchases of Commercial Items (Feb 2002) (41 U.S.C. 255(f), 10 U.S.C. 2307(f)). ___ (38) 52.232.30, Installment Payments for Commercial Items (Oct 1995)(41 U.S.C. 255(f), 10 U.S.C. 2307(f)). _X_ (39) 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer-Central Contractor Registration (Oct. 2003)(31 U.S.C. 3332). ___ (40) 52.232-34, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer-Other Than Central Contractor Registration (May 1999)(31 U.S.C. 3332). ___ (41) 52.232-36, Payment by Third Party (May 1999)(31 U.S.C. 3332). ___ (42) 52.239-1, Privacy or Security Safeguards (Aug 1996)(5 U.S.C. 552a). ___ (43) (i) 52.247-64, Preference for Privately Owned U.S.-Flag Commercial Vessels (Feb 2006)(46 U.S.C. Appx 1241(b) and 10 U.S.C. 2631). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Apr 2003) of 52.247-64. ________________________________________________ (c) The Contractor shall comply with the FAR clauses in this paragraph (c), applicable to commercial services, that the Contracting Officer has indicated as being incorporated in this contract by reference to implement provisions of law or executive orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial items: [Contracting Officer check as appropriate.] ___ (1) 52.222-41, Service Contract Act of 1965 (Nov 2007)(41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (2) 52.222-42, Statement of Equivalent Rates for Federal Hires (May 1989)(29 U.S.C. 206 and 41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (3) 52.222-43, Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Act -- Price Adjustment (Multiple Year and Option Contracts) (Nov 2006)(29 U.S.C.206 and 41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (4) 52.222-44, Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Act -- Price Adjustment (Feb 2002)(29 U.S.C. 206 and 41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (5) 52.222-51, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Maintenance, Calibration, or Repair of Certain Equipment--Requirements (Nov 2007) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (6) 52.222-53, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Certain Services--Requirements (Feb 2009) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (7) 52.226-6, Promoting Excess Food Donation to Nonprofit Organizations. (Mar 2009) (Pub. L. 110-247). ___ (8) 52.237-11, Accepting and Dispensing of $1 Coin (Sep 2008)(31 U.S.C. 5112(p)(1)). (d) Comptroller General Examination of Record. The Contractor shall comply with the provisions of this paragraph (d) if this contract was awarded using other than sealed bid, is in excess of the simplified acquisition threshold, and does not contain the clause at 52.215-2, Audit and Records -- Negotiation. (1) The Comptroller General of the United States, or an authorized representative of the Comptroller General, shall have access to and right to examine any of the Contractor's directly pertinent records involving transactions related to this contract. (2) The Contractor shall make available at its offices at all reasonable times the records, materials, and other evidence for examination, audit, or reproduction, until 3 years after final payment under this contract or for any shorter period specified in FAR Subpart 4.7, Contractor Records Retention, of the other clauses of this contract. If this contract is completely or partially terminated, the records relating to the work terminated shall be made available for 3 years after any resulting final termination settlement. Records relating to appeals under the disputes clause or to litigation or the settlement of claims arising under or relating to this contract shall be made available until such appeals, litigation, or claims are finally resolved. (3) As used in this clause, records include books, documents, accounting procedures and practices, and other data, regardless of type and regardless of form. This does not require the Contractor to create or maintain any record that the Contractor does not maintain in the ordinary course of business or pursuant to a provision of law. (e) (1) Notwithstanding the requirements of the clauses in paragraphs (a), (b), (c) and (d) of this clause, the Contractor is not required to flow down any FAR clause, other than those in paragraphs (e)(1) of this paragraph in a subcontract for commercial items. Unless otherwise indicated below, the extent of the flow down shall be as required by the clause-- (i) 52.203-13, Contractor Code of Business Ethics and Conduct (Dec 2008) (Pub. L. 110-252, Title VI, Chapter 1 (41 U.S.C. 251 note)). (ii) 52.219-8, Utilization of Small Business Concerns (May 2004)(15 U.S.C. 637(d)(2) and (3)), in all subcontracts that offer further subcontracting opportunities. If the subcontract (except subcontracts to small business concerns) exceeds $550,000 ($1,000,000 for construction of any public facility), the subcontractor must include 52.219-8 in lower tier subcontracts that offer subcontracting opportunities. (iii) [Reserved] (iv) 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (Mar 2007)(E.O. 11246). (v) 52.222-35, Equal Opportunity for Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and Other Eligible Veterans (Sep 2006)(38 U.S.C. 4212). (vi) 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities (June 1998)(29 U.S.C. 793). (vii) 52.222-39, Notification of Employee rights Concerning Payment of Union Dues or Fees (Dec 2004) (E.O. 13201). (viii) 52.222-41, Service Contract Act of 1965, (Nov 2007), flow down required for all subcontracts subject to the Service Contract Act of 1965 (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.) (ix) 52.222-50, Combating Trafficking in Persons (Feb 2009) (22 U.S.C. 7104(g)). ___ Alternate I (Aug 2007) of 52.222-50 (22 U.S.C. 7104(g)). (x) 52.222-51, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Maintenance, Calibration, or Repair of Certain Equipment--Requirements (Nov 2007) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.) (xi) 52.222-53, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Certain Services--Requirements (Feb 2009) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.) (xii) 52.222-54, Employment Eligibility Verification (Jan 2009). (xiii) 52.226-6, Promoting Excess Food Donation to Nonprofit Organizations. (Mar 2009) (Pub. L. 110-247). Flow down required in accordance with paragraph (e) of FAR clause 52.226-6. (xiv) 52.247-64, Preference for Privately-Owned U.S. Flag Commercial Vessels (Feb 2006) (46 U.S.C. Appx 1241(b) and 10 U.S.C. 2631). Flow down required in accordance with paragraph (d) of FAR clause 52.247-64. (2) While not required, the contractor may include in its subcontracts for commercial items a minimal number of additional clauses necessary to satisfy its contractual obligations. (End of Clause) 252.212-7001 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisitions of Commercial Items. (a) The Contractor agrees to comply with the following Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clause which, if checked, is included in this contract by reference to implement a provision of law applicable to acquisitions of commercial items or components. ____ 52.203-3, Gratuities (APR 1984) (10 U.S.C. 2207). (b) The Contractor agrees to comply with any clause that is checked on the following list of Defense FAR Supplement clauses which, if checked, is included in this contract by reference to implement provisions of law or Executive orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial items or components. (1) __X_ 252.203-7000, Requirements Relating to Compensation of Former DoD Officials (JAN 2009) (Section 847 of Pub. L. 110-181). (2) ____ 252.205-7000, Provision of Information to Cooperative Agreement Holders (DEC 1991) (10 U.S.C. 2416). (3) ____ 252.219-7003, Small Business Subcontracting Plan (DoD Contracts) (APR 2007) (15 U.S.C. 637). (4) ____ 252.219-7004, Small Business Subcontracting Plan (Test Program) (AUG 2008) (15 U.S.C. 637 note). (5) ____ 252.225-7001, Buy American Act and Balance of Payments Program (JAN 2009) (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d, E.O. 10582). (6) ____ 252.225-7012, Preference for Certain Domestic Commodities (DEC 2008) (10 U.S.C. 2533a). (7) ____ 252.225-7014, Preference for Domestic Specialty Metals (JUN 2005) (10 U.S.C. 2533a). (8) ____ 252.225-7015, Restriction on Acquisition of Hand or Measuring Tools (JUN 2005) (10 U.S.C. 2533a). (9) ____ 252.225-7016, Restriction on Acquisition of Ball and Roller Bearings (MAR 2006) (Section 8065 of Public Law 107-117 and the same restriction in subsequent DoD appropriations acts). (10) ___ 252.225-7021, Trade Agreements (NOV 2008) (19 U.S.C. 2501-2518 and 19 U.S.C. 3301 note). (11) ____ 252.225-7027, Restriction on Contingent Fees for Foreign Military Sales (APR 2003) (22 U.S.C. 2779). (12) ____ 252.225-7028, Exclusionary Policies and Practices of Foreign Governments (APR 2003) (22 U.S.C. 2755). (13)(i) ____ 252.225-7036, Buy American Act--Free Trade Agreements--Balance of Payments Program (JAN 2009) (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d and 19 U.S.C. 3301 note). (ii) ___ Alternate I (OCT 2006) of 252.225-7036. (14) ____ 252.225-7038, Restriction on Acquisition of Air Circuit Breakers (JUN 2005) (10 U.S.C. 2534(a)(3)). (15) ____ 252.226-7001, Utilization of Indian Organizations, Indian-Owned Economic Enterprises, and Native Hawaiian Small Business Concerns (SEP 2004) (Section 8021 of Public Law 107-248 and similar sections in subsequent DoD appropriations acts). (16) ____ 252.227-7015, Technical Data--Commercial Items (NOV 1995) (10 U.S.C. 2320). (17) ____ 252.227-7037, Validation of Restrictive Markings on Technical Data (SEP 1999) (10 U.S.C. 2321). (18) _X_ 252.232-7003, Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and Receiving Reports (MAR 2008) (10 U.S.C. 2227). (19) ____ 252.237-7019, Training for Contractor Personnel Interacting with Detainees (SEP 2006) (Section 1092 of Public Law 108-375). (20) ____ 252.243-7002, Requests for Equitable Adjustment (MAR 1998) (10 U.S.C. 2410). (21)(i) ____ 252.247-7023, Transportation of Supplies by Sea (MAY 2002) (10 U.S.C. 2631). (ii) ____ Alternate I (MAR 2000) of 252.247-7023. (iii) ____ Alternate II (MAR 2000) of 252.247-7023. (iv) ____ Alternate III (MAY 2002) of 252.247-7023. (22) ____ 252.247-7024, Notification of Transportation of Supplies by Sea (MAR 2000) (10 U.S.C. 2631). (c) In addition to the clauses listed in paragraph (e) of the Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders--Commercial Items clause of this contract (FAR 52.212-5), the Contractor shall include the terms of the following clauses, if applicable, in subcontracts for commercial items or commercial components, awarded at any tier under this contract: (1) 252.225-7014, Preference for Domestic Specialty Metals, Alternate I (APR 2003) (10 U.S.C. 2533a). (2) 252.237-7019, Training for Contractor Personnel Interacting with Detainees (SEP 2006) (Section 1092 of Public Law 108-375). (3) 252.247-7023, Transportation of Supplies by Sea (MAY 2002) (10 U.S.C. 2631). (4) 252.247-7024, Notification of Transportation of Supplies by Sea (MAR 2000) (10 U.S.C. 2631). (End of clause) In accordance with FAR 13.004 -- Legal Effect of Quotations the following information is provided in regards to quotations. A quotation is not an offer and, consequently, cannot be accepted by the Government to form a binding contract. Therefore, issuance by the Government of an order in response to a supplier's quotation does not establish a contract. The order is an offer by the Government to the supplier to buy certain supplies or services upon specified terms and conditions. A contract is established when the supplier accepts the offer. When appropriate, the contracting officer may ask the supplier to indicate acceptance of an order by notification to the Government, preferably in writing. In other circumstances, the supplier may indicate acceptance by furnishing the supplies or services ordered or by proceeding with the work to the point where substantial performance has occurred. If the Government issues an order resulting from a quotation, the Government may (by written notice to the supplier, at any time before acceptance occurs) withdraw, amend, or cancel its offer. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact one of the following: Primary point of contact: Contracting Specialist: Christopher Davalos TEL: 01638-52-2252 or EM: christopher.davalos@lakenheath.af.mil Secondary Point of contact: Contract Specialist: Benjamin Shelton TEL: 01638-52-2185 or EM: benjamin.shelton@lakenheath.af.mil

Orbital Pipe Welding

Department of the Air Force, United States Air Force Europe | Published August 19, 2011  -  Deadline September 2, 2011
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Combined Synopsis/Solicitation RFQ - Orbital Pipe Welding - Reference (F2B3E21172A001) Requesting Agency: 100th Civil Engineering Squadron - 100th CES/CEOIL RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk, United Kingdom IP28 8NF Purchasing Agency: 48th Contracting Squadron - 48 CONS/LGCB RAF Lakenheath, Brandon, Suffolk, United Kingdom IP27 9PN This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for a commercial item prepared in accordance with the format in FAR Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. To be considered for award, you or your company must be CCR registered and subsequently enrolled in Wide Area Workflow (WAWF) for purpose of invoice/payment if awarded the contract. Please note that WAWF is the ONLY ACCEPTABLE means of invoicing and payment. Vendors should provide their DUNS number, CAGE code, and confirmation of their registration in WAWF along with their quote. This solicitation is issued as a request for quotation IAW FAR Part 12 and 13. Evaluation will be based on the lowest price technically acceptable (LPTA). In order to be considered for award, vendor must adhere to all quotation requirements detailed herein. Submit written quotes in reference to Request for Quote (RFQ) reference number F2B3E21172A001. Due to the overseas location of this solicitation, no set-aside will be used. The NAICS code for this requirement is 333992, Welding and Soldering Equipment Manufacturing. This solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-53 effective 4August 2011. Potential bidders are to provide a quote of brand name or equal items. CLIN DESCRIPTION QTY ITEM 0001: 1 EA Orbital welding system 3" sch to 6" sch pipe (50mm OD to 170mm OD) stainless steel pipes with wall thickness from 1.6mm up to potentially 5mm. Including purging and all necessary pipe welding preparation equipment below: • 300amp orbital welding power supply unit • Open arc weld head with on board filler wire capabilities • Range-70mm OD to 170mm OD • Supplied on a trolley/cart • Purging equipment for 3", 4", 5" & 6" pipes • Tungsten grinder with dust collection device • All Equipment will be 3 Prong UK Spec Plug 220v Unit Price:¬_________________ Total Price_________________ ITEM 0002: 1 EA Orbitalum Bevelling Machine 50mm to 200mm. • 3 Prong UK Spec Plug 220v Unit Price:¬_________________ Total Price_________________ ITEM 0003: 1 EA Portable Pipe Cutting Saw 75mm to 360mm • 3 Prong UK Spec Plug 220v Unit Price:¬_________________ Total Price_________________ ITEM 0004: 1 EA Orbitalum Tube Saw 44mm to 182mm • 3 Prong UK Spec Plug 220v • Unit Price:¬_________________ Total Price_________________ ITEM 0005: 1 EA Installation/Commissioning/Training of Items • Welding Equipment to be CE marked and calibrated upon delivery • Full training on items to be supplied • 1 year warranty on all equipment Unit Price:¬_________________ Total Price_________________ The below listed provisions and clauses may be found in full at the following web address: http://farsite.hill.af.mil/ The following clauses and provisions apply to this solicitation and are included by reference: Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR): 52-204-7 Central Contractor Registration 52.209-6 Protecting the Government's Interests when Subcontracting with Contractors Debarred, Suspended or Proposed for Debarment. 52.211-6 Brand Name or Equal 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors - Commercial Items 52.212-3 Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items with Alternate I 51.212-4 Contract Terms and Condidtions-Commercial Items 52.233-1 Disputes 52.252-1 Solicitation Provisions Incorporated by Reference 52.252-2 Clauses Incorporated by Reference 52.252-5 Authorized Deviations in Provisions 52.252-6 Authroized Deviations in Clauses Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS): 252.203-7002 Requirements to Inform Employees of Whistleblower Rights 252.204-7004 Alternate A (Required Central Contractor Registration) 252.211-7003 Item Identification and Valuation 252.225-7042 Authorization to Perform 252.229-7000 Invoices Exclusive of Taxes or Duties 252.229-7006 Value Added Tax Exclusion (United Kingdom) 252.229-7007 Verification of United States Receipt of Goods 252.229-7008 Relief of Import Duty (United Kingdom) 252.232-7008 Assignment of Claims (Overseas) 252.232-7010 Levies on Contract Payments 252.233-7001 Choice of Law (Overseas) Air Force Federal Acquisition Regulation (AFFARS): 5352.201-9101 Ombudsmen 5352.223-9001 Health and Safety on Government Installations 5352.225-9004 Submission of Offers in other than United States Dollars Addendum to FAR 52.212-1 Instructions to Offerors - Commercial Items As prescribed in FAR 12.302(d) the following addenda is provided for solicitation provision FAR 52.212-1 and hereby amends any language therein: Quotation Preparation Instructions: A. To assure the timely and equitable evaluation of quotations, vendors must follow the instructions contained herein. Vendors are required to meet all solicitation requirements, including terms and conditions, representations and certifications, technical specifications in addition to those identified as evaluation factors and if applicable, sub-factors. Quotations submitted in response to this Combined Synopsis/Solicitation must address the following paragraph B - Quote Specifics. B. Quote Specifics: All quotes must include the following information: 1. The quotation shall detail technical specifications for the product being offered. 2. Delivery/Installation timeframe 3. Offerors complete mailing and remittance address 4. Discounts for prompt payment, if any 5. CAGE Code, Dunn & Bradstreet number (DUNS) and Taxpayer ID number (if previously obtained) 6. Quotes shall be quoted in Dollars ($)/British Pounds Sterling (£), valid for a period of no less than 30 days. 7. Copy of Offeror Representations and Certification: Please see FAR 52.212-3 Alt 1 for additional direction. Quotes are due to this office no later than 3:00 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time, or (10:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Savings Time), 2 September 2011. Quotes may be faxed to 011-44-(0)1638-52-2189, or sent via e-mail to christopher.davalos@lakenheath.af.mil and benjamin.shelton@lakenheath.af.mil. C. Vendors must clearly identify any exception to the solicitation terms and conditions and provide complete accompanying rationale. Delivery, Installation, Commissioning and Training of all items must be made NLT 30 days ADC , Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. to exclude all British and American holidays. All potential vendors are to provide proposals for the following supplies to be delivered and installed FOB Destination to the following "door to door" destination: 100 CES/CEF Bldg. 680 RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk IP28 8NF (End Addendum) 52.212-2 Evaluation -- Commercial Items (Jan 1999) (a) Award Basis: The Governments evaluation of quotations will fully account for the evaluation factors identified and required under 52.212-1 of 1.) Price, 2.) Technical Capability. The evaluation of these factors will utilize an award basis that results in an award to the lowest priced technically acceptable quotation. Quotes that do not meet the stated minimum technical specifications, will be deemed technically unacceptable, and therefore not considered for award. Finally, quotations that are incomplete and/or are determined to be priced unreasonably too high or too low, may not be selected for award. Therefore, quotations should contain the vendor's best terms, from a price, technical-specification, and past performance standpoint. Under the LPTA source selection process, trade-offs are not permitted, proposals are evaluated for acceptability but not ranked using the non-price factors. The Government intends to evaluate quotations and award a contract without exchanges or communications and therefore, quotations should contain the vendor's best terms, from a price, technical-specification. (b) Evaluation: Evaluation factors required under 52.212-1 will be evaluated by the Government as follows; i. Price: To evaluate price reasonableness and affordability, an initial screening of quotations will be performed to compare pricing to both Government and commercial web-based databases, and with comparison to the Government's estimate, and in relation to the product quoted. Quotations that are determined to be priced unreasonably, as either too high or too low, may not be selected for award. Or.... The government will evaluate quoted unit prices, and verify extended totals priced accordingly by vendors in the respective Contract Line Item Numbers (CLINs). The extended prices will be added together to verify total evaluated pricing. The Government's price evaluation will also assess the reasonableness and affordability of quoted pricing by whereby price reasonableness will be evaluated to determine if an vendors price is reasonable with relation to commercial marketplace prices, and price affordability will be evaluated to determine if an vendors price is within the Government's estimated budget. ii. Technical: The government will evaluate technical proposals and the below listed sub-factors on a pass/fail-basis, assigning ratings of acceptable, or unacceptable. An unacceptable rating for any of the below sub-factors will result in an unacceptable rating for this Technical Capability primary factor. Accordingly, under the LPTA source selection approach, vendors who receive an unacceptable rating for this factor, will not be considered for award. Technical Acceptability shall be evaluated against the following sub-factors: Technical ratings will be evaluated entailing a comparison of quoted specifications with relation to specifications of the government's requirements, and respective salient characteristics of each appliance type. If the associated specifications of any quoted item do not meet the Government's stated minimum specification, may result in a vendor's entire quotation being ineligible for award. The Government reserves the right to make multiple awards as a result of this solicitation, if the Government accepts any item, or group of items, of a quotation. Warranty information will be evaluated to evidence the terms of the manufacturer's warranty, also to assess if warranties represent the most favorable commercial terms afforded to any customer for such items, and if applicable, to determine if other quoted expressed warranty terms may represent best value. Quoted items that are not accompanied with any warranty information and respective terms, or are determined to not provide favorable terms with comparison to commercial market standards for such items, may be considered to represent either poor quality or poor value, and therefore, not selected for award. As a result of the government's evaluation of the aforementioned Technical Capability sub-factors of Transition Plans, Management Plans, Resources, and all associated elements accordingly, a determination of acceptable of unacceptable will be assigned using the following ratings and descriptions: Technical Capability Ratings Rating Description Acceptable Proposal clearly meets the minimum requirements of the solicitation. Unacceptable Proposal does not clearly meet the minimum requirements of the solicitation. (c) Award Determination: As a result of the Government's aforementioned evaluation, only those vendors whose proposals are determined to be technically acceptable will be considered for award. Of those vendors found technically acceptable award will be made to the lowest priced offeror whose price is determined reasonable and affordable. A written notice of award or acceptance of a quotation, mailed or otherwise furnished to the successful vendor within the time for acceptance specified in the quotation, shall result in a binding contract without further action by either party. Before the vendor's specified expiration time, the Government may accept a quotation (or part of a quotation), whether or not there are negotiations after its receipt, unless a written notice of withdrawal is received before award. 52.212-5 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders -- Commercial Items (Jun 2009) (a) The Contractor shall comply with the following Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clauses, which are incorporated in this contract by reference, to implement provisions of law or Executive orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial items: (1) 52.222-50, Combating Trafficking in Persons (FEB 2009) (22 U.S.C. 7104(g)). (2) 52.233-3, Protest After Award (AUG 1996) (31 U.S.C. 3553). (3) 52.233-4, Applicable Law for Breach of Contract Claim (OCT 2004) (Pub. L. 108-77, 108-78). (b) The Contractor shall comply with the FAR clauses in this paragraph (b) that the contracting officer has indicated as being incorporated in this contract by reference to implement provisions of law or Executive orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial items: [Contracting Officer shall check as appropriate.] __ (1) 52.203-6, Restrictions on Subcontractor Sales to the Government (Sep 2006), with Alternate I (Oct 1995)(41 U.S.C. 253g and 10 U.S.C. 2402). ___ (2) 52.203-13, Contractor Code of Business Ethics and Conduct (Dec 2008) (Pub. L. 110-252, Title VI, Chapter 1 (41 U.S.C. 251 note)). ___ (3) 52.203-15, Whistleblower Protections under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Mar 2009) (Section 1553 of Pub L. 111-5) (Applies to contracts funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009). ___ (4) 52.204-11, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act-Reporting Requirements (Mar 2009) (Pub. L. 111-5). ___ (5) 52.219-3, Notice of Total HUBZone Set-Aside (Jan 1999)(15 U.S.C. 657a). ___ (6) 52.219-4, Notice of Price Evaluation Preference for HUBZone Small Business Concerns (Jul 2005) (if the offeror elects to waive the preference, it shall so indicate in its offer)(15 U.S.C. 657a). ___ (7) [Reserved] ___ (8) (i) 52.219-6, Notice of Total Small Business Aside (June 2003) (15 U.S.C. 644). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Oct 1995) of 52.219-6. ___ (iii) Alternate II (Mar 2004) of 52.219-6. ___ (9) (i) 52.219-7, Notice of Partial Small Business Set-Aside (June 2003)(15 U.S.C. 644). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Oct 1995) of 52.219-7. ___ (iii) Alternate II (Mar 2004) of 52.219-7. ___ (10) 52.219-8, Utilization of Small Business Concerns (May 2004) (15 U.S.C. 637(d)(2) and (3)). ___ (11) (i) 52.219-9, Small Business Subcontracting Plan (Apr 2008)(15 U.S.C. 637 (d)(4).) ___ (ii) Alternate I (Oct 2001) of 52.219-9. ___ (iii) Alternate II (Oct 2001) of 52.219-9. ___ (12) 52.219-14, Limitations on Subcontracting (Dec 1996)(15 U.S.C. 637(a)(14)). ___ (13) 52.219-16, Liquidated Damages-Subcontracting Plan (Jan 1999)(15 U.S.C. 637(d)(4)(F)(i)). ___ (14) (i) 52.219-23, Notice of Price Evaluation Adjustment for Small Disadvantaged Business Concerns (Oct 2008)(10 U.S.C. 2323) (if the offeror elects to waive the adjustment, it shall so indicate in its offer). ___ (ii) Alternate I (June 2003) of 52.219-23. ___ (15) 52.219-25, Small Disadvantaged Business Participation Program-Disadvantaged Status and Reporting (Apr 2008)(Pub. L. 103-355, section 7102, and 10 U.S.C. 2323). ___ (16) 52.219-26, Small Disadvantaged Business Participation Program-Incentive Subcontracting (Oct 2000) (Pub. L. 103-355, section 7102, and 10 U.S.C. 2323). ___ (17) 52.219-27, Notice of Total Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Set-Aside (May 2004) (15 U.S.C. 657 f). ___ (18) 52.219-28, Post Award Small Business Program Rerepresentation (Apr 2009) (15 U.S.C. 632(a)(2)). ___ (19) 52.222-3, Convict Labor (June 2003)(E.O. 11755). _X_ (20) 52.222-19, Child Labor-Cooperation with Authorities and Remedies (Feb 2008) (E.O. 13126). ___ (21) 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated Facilities (Feb 1999). ___ (22) 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (Mar 2007)(E.O. 11246). ___ (23) 52.222-35, Equal Opportunity for Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and Other Eligible Veterans (Sep 2006)(38 U.S.C. 4212). ___ (24) 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities (Jun 1998)(29 U.S.C. 793). ___ (25) 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and Other Eligible Veterans (Sep 2006)(38 U.S.C. 4212). ___ (26) 52.222-39, Notification of Employee Rights Concerning Payment of Union Dues or Fees (Dec 2004) (E.O. 13201). ___ (27) 52.222-54, Employment Eligibility Verification (Jan 2009). (Executive Order 12989). (Not applicable to the acquisition of commercially available off-the-shelf items or certain other types of commercial items as prescribed in 22.1803.) ___ (28) (i) 52.223-9, Estimate of Percentage of Recovered Material Content for EPA-Designated Items (May 2008)(42 U.S.C. 6962(c)(3)(A)(ii)). (Not applicable to the acquisition of commercially available off-the-shelf items.) ___ (ii) Alternate I (May 2008) of 52.223-9 (42 U.S.C. 6962(i)(2)(C)). (Not applicable to the acquisition of commercially available off-the-shelf items.) ___ (29) 52.223-15, Energy Efficiency in Energy-Consuming Products (Dec 2007) (42 U.S.C. 8259b). ___ (30) (i) 52.223-16, IEEE 1680 Standard for the Environmental Assessment of Personal Computer Products (Dec 2007) (E.O. 13423). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Dec 2007) of 52.223-16. ___ (31) 52.225-1, Buy American Act--Supplies (Feb 2009)(41 U.S.C. 10a-10d). ___ (32) (i) 52.225-3, Buy American Act -Free Trade Agreements - Israeli Trade Act (Jun 2009) (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d, 19 U.S.C. 3301 note, 19 U.S.C. 2112 note, 19 U.S.C. 3805 note, Pub. L. 108-77, 108-78, 108-286, 108-301, 109-53, 109-169, 109-283, and 110-138). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Jan 2004) of 52.225-3. ___ (iii) Alternate II (Jan 2004) of 52.225-3. ___ (33) 52.225-5, Trade Agreements (Jun 2009) (19 U.S.C. 2501, et seq., 19 U.S.C. 3301 note). _X_ (34) 52.225-13, Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases (Jun 2008) (E.O.'s, proclamations, and statutes administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the Department of the Treasury). ___ (35) 52.226-4, Notice of Disaster or Emergency Area Set-Aside (Nov 2007) (42 U.S.C. 5150). ___ (36) 52.226-5, Restrictions on Subcontracting Outside Disaster or Emergency Area (Nov 2007) (42 U.S.C. 5150). ___ (37) 52.232-29, Terms for Financing of Purchases of Commercial Items (Feb 2002) (41 U.S.C. 255(f), 10 U.S.C. 2307(f)). ___ (38) 52.232.30, Installment Payments for Commercial Items (Oct 1995)(41 U.S.C. 255(f), 10 U.S.C. 2307(f)). _X_ (39) 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer-Central Contractor Registration (Oct. 2003)(31 U.S.C. 3332). ___ (40) 52.232-34, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer-Other Than Central Contractor Registration (May 1999)(31 U.S.C. 3332). ___ (41) 52.232-36, Payment by Third Party (May 1999)(31 U.S.C. 3332). ___ (42) 52.239-1, Privacy or Security Safeguards (Aug 1996)(5 U.S.C. 552a). ___ (43) (i) 52.247-64, Preference for Privately Owned U.S.-Flag Commercial Vessels (Feb 2006)(46 U.S.C. Appx 1241(b) and 10 U.S.C. 2631). ___ (ii) Alternate I (Apr 2003) of 52.247-64. ________________________________________________ (c) The Contractor shall comply with the FAR clauses in this paragraph (c), applicable to commercial services, that the Contracting Officer has indicated as being incorporated in this contract by reference to implement provisions of law or executive orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial items: [Contracting Officer check as appropriate.] ___ (1) 52.222-41, Service Contract Act of 1965 (Nov 2007)(41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (2) 52.222-42, Statement of Equivalent Rates for Federal Hires (May 1989)(29 U.S.C. 206 and 41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (3) 52.222-43, Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Act -- Price Adjustment (Multiple Year and Option Contracts) (Nov 2006)(29 U.S.C.206 and 41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (4) 52.222-44, Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Act -- Price Adjustment (Feb 2002)(29 U.S.C. 206 and 41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (5) 52.222-51, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Maintenance, Calibration, or Repair of Certain Equipment--Requirements (Nov 2007) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (6) 52.222-53, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Certain Services--Requirements (Feb 2009) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). ___ (7) 52.226-6, Promoting Excess Food Donation to Nonprofit Organizations. (Mar 2009) (Pub. L. 110-247). ___ (8) 52.237-11, Accepting and Dispensing of $1 Coin (Sep 2008)(31 U.S.C. 5112(p)(1)). (d) Comptroller General Examination of Record. The Contractor shall comply with the provisions of this paragraph (d) if this contract was awarded using other than sealed bid, is in excess of the simplified acquisition threshold, and does not contain the clause at 52.215-2, Audit and Records -- Negotiation. (1) The Comptroller General of the United States, or an authorized representative of the Comptroller General, shall have access to and right to examine any of the Contractor's directly pertinent records involving transactions related to this contract. (2) The Contractor shall make available at its offices at all reasonable times the records, materials, and other evidence for examination, audit, or reproduction, until 3 years after final payment under this contract or for any shorter period specified in FAR Subpart 4.7, Contractor Records Retention, of the other clauses of this contract. If this contract is completely or partially terminated, the records relating to the work terminated shall be made available for 3 years after any resulting final termination settlement. Records relating to appeals under the disputes clause or to litigation or the settlement of claims arising under or relating to this contract shall be made available until such appeals, litigation, or claims are finally resolved. (3) As used in this clause, records include books, documents, accounting procedures and practices, and other data, regardless of type and regardless of form. This does not require the Contractor to create or maintain any record that the Contractor does not maintain in the ordinary course of business or pursuant to a provision of law. (e) (1) Notwithstanding the requirements of the clauses in paragraphs (a), (b), (c) and (d) of this clause, the Contractor is not required to flow down any FAR clause, other than those in paragraphs (e)(1) of this paragraph in a subcontract for commercial items. Unless otherwise indicated below, the extent of the flow down shall be as required by the clause-- (i) 52.203-13, Contractor Code of Business Ethics and Conduct (Dec 2008) (Pub. L. 110-252, Title VI, Chapter 1 (41 U.S.C. 251 note)). (ii) 52.219-8, Utilization of Small Business Concerns (May 2004)(15 U.S.C. 637(d)(2) and (3)), in all subcontracts that offer further subcontracting opportunities. If the subcontract (except subcontracts to small business concerns) exceeds $550,000 ($1,000,000 for construction of any public facility), the subcontractor must include 52.219-8 in lower tier subcontracts that offer subcontracting opportunities. (iii) [Reserved] (iv) 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (Mar 2007)(E.O. 11246). (v) 52.222-35, Equal Opportunity for Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era, and Other Eligible Veterans (Sep 2006)(38 U.S.C. 4212). (vi) 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities (June 1998)(29 U.S.C. 793). (vii) 52.222-39, Notification of Employee rights Concerning Payment of Union Dues or Fees (Dec 2004) (E.O. 13201). (viii) 52.222-41, Service Contract Act of 1965, (Nov 2007), flow down required for all subcontracts subject to the Service Contract Act of 1965 (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.) (ix) 52.222-50, Combating Trafficking in Persons (Feb 2009) (22 U.S.C. 7104(g)). ___ Alternate I (Aug 2007) of 52.222-50 (22 U.S.C. 7104(g)). (x) 52.222-51, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Maintenance, Calibration, or Repair of Certain Equipment--Requirements (Nov 2007) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.) (xi) 52.222-53, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Certain Services--Requirements (Feb 2009) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.) (xii) 52.222-54, Employment Eligibility Verification (Jan 2009). (xiii) 52.226-6, Promoting Excess Food Donation to Nonprofit Organizations. (Mar 2009) (Pub. L. 110-247). Flow down required in accordance with paragraph (e) of FAR clause 52.226-6. (xiv) 52.247-64, Preference for Privately-Owned U.S. Flag Commercial Vessels (Feb 2006) (46 U.S.C. Appx 1241(b) and 10 U.S.C. 2631). Flow down required in accordance with paragraph (d) of FAR clause 52.247-64. (2) While not required, the contractor may include in its subcontracts for commercial items a minimal number of additional clauses necessary to satisfy its contractual obligations. (End of Clause) 252.212-7001 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisitions of Commercial Items. (a) The Contractor agrees to comply with the following Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clause which, if checked, is included in this contract by reference to implement a provision of law applicable to acquisitions of commercial items or components. ____ 52.203-3, Gratuities (APR 1984) (10 U.S.C. 2207). (b) The Contractor agrees to comply with any clause that is checked on the following list of Defense FAR Supplement clauses which, if checked, is included in this contract by reference to implement provisions of law or Executive orders applicable to acquisitions of commercial items or components. (1) __X_ 252.203-7000, Requirements Relating to Compensation of Former DoD Officials (JAN 2009) (Section 847 of Pub. L. 110-181). (2) ____ 252.205-7000, Provision of Information to Cooperative Agreement Holders (DEC 1991) (10 U.S.C. 2416). (3) ____ 252.219-7003, Small Business Subcontracting Plan (DoD Contracts) (APR 2007) (15 U.S.C. 637). (4) ____ 252.219-7004, Small Business Subcontracting Plan (Test Program) (AUG 2008) (15 U.S.C. 637 note). (5) ____ 252.225-7001, Buy American Act and Balance of Payments Program (JAN 2009) (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d, E.O. 10582). (6) ____ 252.225-7012, Preference for Certain Domestic Commodities (DEC 2008) (10 U.S.C. 2533a). (7) ____ 252.225-7014, Preference for Domestic Specialty Metals (JUN 2005) (10 U.S.C. 2533a). (8) ____ 252.225-7015, Restriction on Acquisition of Hand or Measuring Tools (JUN 2005) (10 U.S.C. 2533a). (9) ____ 252.225-7016, Restriction on Acquisition of Ball and Roller Bearings (MAR 2006) (Section 8065 of Public Law 107-117 and the same restriction in subsequent DoD appropriations acts). (10) ___ 252.225-7021, Trade Agreements (NOV 2008) (19 U.S.C. 2501-2518 and 19 U.S.C. 3301 note). (11) ____ 252.225-7027, Restriction on Contingent Fees for Foreign Military Sales (APR 2003) (22 U.S.C. 2779). (12) ____ 252.225-7028, Exclusionary Policies and Practices of Foreign Governments (APR 2003) (22 U.S.C. 2755). (13)(i) ____ 252.225-7036, Buy American Act--Free Trade Agreements--Balance of Payments Program (JAN 2009) (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d and 19 U.S.C. 3301 note). (ii) ___ Alternate I (OCT 2006) of 252.225-7036. (14) ____ 252.225-7038, Restriction on Acquisition of Air Circuit Breakers (JUN 2005) (10 U.S.C. 2534(a)(3)). (15) ____ 252.226-7001, Utilization of Indian Organizations, Indian-Owned Economic Enterprises, and Native Hawaiian Small Business Concerns (SEP 2004) (Section 8021 of Public Law 107-248 and similar sections in subsequent DoD appropriations acts). (16) ____ 252.227-7015, Technical Data--Commercial Items (NOV 1995) (10 U.S.C. 2320). (17) ____ 252.227-7037, Validation of Restrictive Markings on Technical Data (SEP 1999) (10 U.S.C. 2321). (18) _X_ 252.232-7003, Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and Receiving Reports (MAR 2008) (10 U.S.C. 2227). (19) ____ 252.237-7019, Training for Contractor Personnel Interacting with Detainees (SEP 2006) (Section 1092 of Public Law 108-375). (20) ____ 252.243-7002, Requests for Equitable Adjustment (MAR 1998) (10 U.S.C. 2410). (21)(i) ____ 252.247-7023, Transportation of Supplies by Sea (MAY 2002) (10 U.S.C. 2631). (ii) ____ Alternate I (MAR 2000) of 252.247-7023. (iii) ____ Alternate II (MAR 2000) of 252.247-7023. (iv) ____ Alternate III (MAY 2002) of 252.247-7023. (22) ____ 252.247-7024, Notification of Transportation of Supplies by Sea (MAR 2000) (10 U.S.C. 2631). (c) In addition to the clauses listed in paragraph (e) of the Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders--Commercial Items clause of this contract (FAR 52.212-5), the Contractor shall include the terms of the following clauses, if applicable, in subcontracts for commercial items or commercial components, awarded at any tier under this contract: (1) 252.225-7014, Preference for Domestic Specialty Metals, Alternate I (APR 2003) (10 U.S.C. 2533a). (2) 252.237-7019, Training for Contractor Personnel Interacting with Detainees (SEP 2006) (Section 1092 of Public Law 108-375). (3) 252.247-7023, Transportation of Supplies by Sea (MAY 2002) (10 U.S.C. 2631). (4) 252.247-7024, Notification of Transportation of Supplies by Sea (MAR 2000) (10 U.S.C. 2631). (End of clause) In accordance with FAR 13.004 -- Legal Effect of Quotations the following information is provided in regards to quotations. A quotation is not an offer and, consequently, cannot be accepted by the Government to form a binding contract. Therefore, issuance by the Government of an order in response to a supplier's quotation does not establish a contract. The order is an offer by the Government to the supplier to buy certain supplies or services upon specified terms and conditions. A contract is established when the supplier accepts the offer. When appropriate, the contracting officer may ask the supplier to indicate acceptance of an order by notification to the Government, preferably in writing. In other circumstances, the supplier may indicate acceptance by furnishing the supplies or services ordered or by proceeding with the work to the point where substantial performance has occurred. If the Government issues an order resulting from a quotation, the Government may (by written notice to the supplier, at any time before acceptance occurs) withdraw, amend, or cancel its offer.

37--BRIDGE CRANE WITH INSTALLATION

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, ECC | Published September 5, 2012  -  Deadline September 5, 2012
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STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW) SEMI GANTRY BRIDGE CRANE, BUENAVENTURA 1.0 SCOPE OF WORK: The vendor shall provide and install the Semi Gantry Bridge Crane in the maintenance hangar at the Coast Guard Station in the municipality of Buenaventura, Valle de Cauca, Colombia. The Provider shall provide drawings, transport and installation of all materials, labor, and equipment needed to install the Semi Gantry Bridge Crane in accordance with (IAW) the Statement of Work (SOW). The scope of work includes: Localization and lay out the project at the project site. Provide and install all structural components of the system, including the bridge beam, lane beam and column, and support column. Provide and install all electric system including electrical connections, feeds, and control panels. Provide all concrete structures necessary to place the crane. Note: Dimensions or quantities for the items shall be verified by the Provider. All materials shall be certified, protected against environmental conditions and shall be heavy duty. 1.1 Required Period of Performance (POP). Performance time to complete the project shall be 60 calendar days or less from the date the signed award is received by the Provider. 1.2 Calendar Days. References in the Statement of Work to "days" refer to calendar days, not working days, unless otherwise specified. 1.4 Security Considerations. Provider and workforce will take appropriate security measures to protect Government critical and sensitive information. Provider shall not disclose specifics of services to unauthorized personnel. Provider will provide sub-Providers only required specifics to accomplish services and/or products delivery. All work related paper products and removable storage material that is received, generated, or stored during the contract will be destroyed completely when no longer needed to preclude recognition of information. Installation access badges will not be worn outside Government facility where visible to the general public. The Provider and workforce personnel shall not sketch or take photos of Government facilities or activities, unless related to service to be provided. The Provider shall not post or discuss government facility activities on any unauthorized public access media. Provider will immediately report suspicious activities to security personnel. 1.5 APPLICABLE CODES & STANDARDS. The design and construction shall be in accordance with established construction practices, and the latest revision/edition of the following referenced codes and standards, where applicable. UFC 1-300-09N, Design Procedures, provides design guidance and contains references to other UFC's and codes that are to be used for this contract. UFC 1-200-1, General Building Requirements, is the building code guide and contains references to other UFC's and codes that are to be used in this contract. - American National Standards Institute Standards (ANSI) - American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) - National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) - International Building Code (IBC) - Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) - Federal, State, County, and local environmental regulations. - National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) - IEEEC2, National Electrical Safety Code - National electrical Code 2011 (NEC) Where discrepancies in the referenced standards and the contract requirements occur, the more stringent requirements shall govern. The word "should" shall be interpreted as a requirement. If this occurs, the Provider shall immediately notify the PE/COR. 2.0 PRELIMINARIES: The Provider shall not initiate work until the following are complete: a. Provider delivers the drawings, tests, material samples, etc. to the PE for approval. b. Provider delivers a list of the complete names of personnel on site, with identification card numbers and place of issue to base security personnel for investigation and entry permits. 2.1 Drawings: All structural, electrical, drawings and the soil study shall be provided to the Project Engineer (PE) for approval within 15 days of award. All drawings shall be developed by an engineer certified in that particular discipline, and comply with appropriate codes. 2.1.1 Structural Drawings: Comply with "Norma Sismo Resistente" (NSR) - 2010 code. 2.1.2 Electrical Drawings: Drawings shall consider electrical consumption of the building plus an additional 30%. The Provider shall verify that the value of the resistance is the required value of (equipment, tools, and labor necessary for the complete installation of the metallic structure. The design of welded connections, electrodes, filler metal, labor, inspections, and tests shall follow standards determined by the latest American Welding Standards (AWS) and American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) editions. Welding samples, methods, and electrodes shall be approved by the PE, before installation may begin. If doubts arise about a weld sample, the PE shall order trepanation tests at no cost to the government. If deficiencies are found, then all welds shall be checked, and re-welded. The joint plates for columns shall be joined by welding each side of the plate, with a minimum length of the length of the plate. Structural cross-sections shall be bent cold, and parts cut when indicated. Cuts shall be with fine nozzle oxyacetylene, but preferably with a saw for cross-sections. 3.2 Fence: The Provider shall install a perimeter fence, with linked mesh, fixed in frames in angle " x ", supported in a pipe 2". Provider shall install pedestrian gates for this area with a design width for the entrance IAW the equipments to be installed inside. Fence shall be provided with a security system in upper part to protect equipment. Provider shall submit the material and drawings which must be approved by the PE a minimum of eight (8) working days prior to installation. 3.3 ELECTRICAL NETWORK 3.3.1 Electrical System: The internal electrical construction shall be in accordance with the electric regulations in effect in Colombia, National Electric Code (NEC)/American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/Energy Information Administration (EIA)/Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)/Techniques Electronics Electrical Equipment (TEEE)/National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and allow for a 30% capacity above the maximum normal usage of all electrical systems simultaneously. All drawings and systems shall conform to International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 61024-1-2, NTC 4552, NTC 2050 and "Reglamento T cnico de Instalaciones El ctricas" (RETIE). The system shall contain grounding systems suitable for the grounding resistance required at the project site. All work shall be performed according to the best trade practices, using specialized personnel NOTE: Wiring shall fulfill the following requirements: All energy cables shall be American Wire Gauge (AWG) and have isolation Thermoplastic Heat and Water Resistant Insulated Wire (TWH) of the caliber specified and calculated IAW the calculated electric bulging loads, subject to the following color code: Green: Earth. White: Neutral. Black: Not regulated. Yellow, red, blue: Regulated. This code shall flow from the electrical board of distribution to the final point of exit. Joints within the system are not allowed. They shall only be in the boxes. Protection elements shall be from a national and recognized manufacturer, all of the same brand preferred. All cable ends or joints shall have the appropriate terminals or spring-like connectors for the conductors. All electric conductors to be installed in the layout conduit shall meet the following material and installation requirements: All metallic conduits installed underground shall be painted with asphalt based paint before being covered with concrete. All exposed conduits shall receive two (2) coats of anticorrosive paint, as well as supports, accessories, and register boxes. All metallic surfaces of electronic equipment with scratches shall be repainted similar to the original. 3.3.2 Electrical House Connection: This shall be underground Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) pipe and include a distribution switchboard and other elements in approved drawing. The main electrical feed and entire distribution system shall comply with Colombian Electrical Code (NTC-2050). 3.3.3 Internal Electrical Installations: The Provider shall ensure that all electrical networks are in accordance with NTC-2050. Cable shall be Thermoplastic Heat and Water Resistant Nylon Coated (THWN). The Provider shall provide calculation records showing actual load and estimated reserve charge with cable caliber for PE approval before contract acceptance. All outlets shall be grounded, and ensure they meet the needs of the project. The installation of all electrical system conduits and cabling system wires shall be of Electrical Metallic Tubing (EMT) ducts or conduits and/or metal cable trays, if they are exposed. If not, PVC conduits shall be used. 3.3.4 Grounded system: The Provider shall ensure that grounding is executed in accordance with approved drawings (Item 2.1.2). 4.0 FINISHING: All finishing work to include painting for metallic structure. 4.1 Beams: All beams shall be painted with anticorrosive and two coats of enamel paint. Between each coat, the surface shall be lightly sanded with a fine sandpaper No.6/0, 200 or finer. 5.0 MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS: The Provider shall be responsible for the development of a material list for PE review. The Provider shall provide a draft list for review no later than 3 business days after Government approval of the Provider's drawings. Upon approval of the material list by Government, the Provider shall provide sample materials as identified in the approved material list. The Provider shall ensure that materials for project shall be environmentally friendly or eco-friendly as requested in this section, also Provider shall propose materials of this type. 5.1 Metallic Structure Materials: The Provider shall ensure that the steel meets ASTM A36/A36M - 08, ASTM C500/C500M-10a and ASTM C501-07 specifications for welding structural steel, according to ASTM A755 / A755M - 03(2008). All steel shall be hot galvanized. All metal scratches and welding burrs shall be removed, and surfaces dry before anticorrosive paint is applied. The Provider shall provide, for PE approval, patterns for placement, anchor and bolt examples, and all steel elements to be embedded in the concrete, 8 days before installation. 5.2 Welding: The Provider shall ensure that electrodes be class E60 x AWS for structural steel and class E70 x AWS for rebar with a stress flow of 2,800 Kg/square cm (40 ksi). All structural steel elements shall be joined with the electric arc process using E 60 xx electrodes that comply with the ASTM-233 specifications. For rebar welding if required, welded ties shall conform to American Welding Society (AWS) D 1.4/D 1.4M standards, and develop at least 125% of the flow resistance specified. 5.3 Laminated Structural Steel: The Provider shall ensure that all structural steel, be new and comply with "Design Specifications, Fabrication and Erection for Structural Steel Buildings" of the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) or NSR-2010 and shall be type ASTM A36/A36M-08 as certified by a laboratory, with stress in the flow limit of 2,531 Kg/square cm (36,000 lbs/square inches). Structural cross-sections shall be bent cold, and parts cut when indicated. Cuts shall be with fine nozzle oxyacetylene, but preferably with a saw for cross-sections. 5.4 Electrical Materials: The Provider shall ensure that all materials be new and from accredited companies. All work shall be performed according to the best trade practices, using specialized personnel. All defective or damaged materials and equipment shall be replaced at no cost to the government. The manufacturer data for the panels and sub-panels, conductors, layout conduit and accessories, light switches, wall sockets, controls, inside and outside lights, transformers, and medium frequency structural elements shall be given to the PE for approval, before installation. 5.4.1 Distribution Panel: The Provider shall ensure that the distribution panel be supplied and installed according to a panel program. The panel shall be rebar and terminal for neutral, and a ground rebar. The circuit breakers shall be connected to the rebar, and the load balanced. The panel shall be embedded correctly and easily accessible. The circuit protection devices shall be thermo-magnetic for 60 cycles at capacities indicated in the plans, but never lower than 10,000 amps in a short circuit. All boards shall include signs to identify each circuit or feeder. The end-user shall be given two (2) sets of instructions. 5.8.2 Bare Continuity Conductor: The Provider shall ensure that all EMT out ducts, conduits, or metal cable trays have a bare continuity lead (directly connected to the grounding barrage of the power circuit panel) in a gauge that complies with Colombian electrical standards. 5.8.3 Layout Conduit: All metallic conduits installed underground shall be painted with asphalt based paint before being covered with concrete. All exposed conduits shall receive two (2) coats of anticorrosive paint, as well as supports, accessories, and register boxes. All metallic surfaces of electronic equipment with scratches shall be repainted similar to the original. 5.8.4 Conductors: The Provider shall ensure that the conductors be made of copper with thermoplastic insulation, type Thermoplastic, High Heat Nylon (THHN) jacket unless otherwise specified. The insulation shall be for 600 volts service. All wires shall be AWG No. 12 gauge unless specifications indicate otherwise. Gauges lower than No. 12 are only authorized for signals or controls. Conductors of gauges 10 or less shall be flexible. All gauges shall meet the American Wire Gauge system. For identification, the same colors shall be used in the different phases and a uniform color throughout the building, according to the National Electric Code. Conductors in only one color shall be covered with colored tape. No wire joints are authorized. The lines shall be continuous from box to box. In the outlet or register boxes, the connections shall be No. 8 or smaller, and manufactured by a PE approved company. In all terminals at least 20 cm of the wire shall be left for other connections. 5.9 Paint: The Provider shall ensure that the paint manufacturers are national industries of high quality, anticorrosive paint and enamel paint shall be type low VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) or zero VOC, also called environmentally friendly. Materials and paint brands shall be submitted for PE approval, before paint is applied. All paint shall be delivered in its original unopened packaging with labels intact. Paints shall be kept protected against fire, and damage. 6.0 DESCRIPTION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR INSTALLATION 6.1. Technical Specifications 6.1.1. Crane Design Data DESCRIPTION DESIGN DATA AND DIMENSIONS Type of construction SEMI GANTRY SELF-SUPPORTED Load capacity 3000 kg Location Inside Covered Maintenance Hangar, forward of Engine Shop Lifting height 4,5 meters Span 18,0 meters Track Length (Travel) 31,0 meters Control Electric Service voltage 220 v AC (60 Hz. 3 phase) Scope of Supply Electric Wire Hoist, Motorized Trolley, End Trucks, Main Control Panel, Keypad, Electric Power System, Bridge Beam, Runway Beam, Runway Rail, Runway Beam Columns. Column (A-shape) and crane beam bracket 6.1.2. 3.0 TON Electric Wire Hoist with Monorail Motorized Trolley CAPACITY 3000 Kg. Hoist Type Electric Chain Trolley type Motorized trolley GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS Control Panel Control Panel for Hoist and Trolley Lifting height 4,5 meters Lifting speeds Two Trolley speeds Two 360 Swivel hook Safety swivel hook with reinforced ratchet Hoisting Brake Electromagnetic Brake Trolley Brake Electromagnetic Brake SAFETY DEVICES Travel Limit Switches Upper and Lower travel limits Overload Protection SLE1 type Engine Protection Ingress Protection Rating IP66 Class F insulation winding (for tropical environment) Brakes Magnetic pads, asbestos-free linings. IP66 protection 6.1.3. End Trucks End Trucks Type Wheel Blocks End Trucks Capacity 3000 kg Gear motors Kit 2 Wheel Kit 2 drive and 2 guided wheels Speeds 2 End Trucks Brake Cylindrical-rotor brake motor 6.1.4. Electrical Accessories: Full Control Panel Board SEMI GANTRY CONTROL PANEL COMMAND STATION Control box for semi gantry movement, including transformer and main contactor. Voltage: 220V Push button pendant box with 6 Dual Speed buttons and emergency pushbutton keypad, and tension control wire. 6.1.5. Transversal Power Supply FESTOON Aluminum Body, Plastic Tray, Steel ball bearings with ZZ protection POWER SUPPLY TRANSVERSAL Working Span 18,0 meters Flat Cable Power cable / Control cable Cable carrier Mobile cable carriers located every 2 M, 1 fixed end, and 1 mobile end 6.1.6. Longitudinal Power Supply POWER SUPPLY LONGITUDINAL Working Travel Track length: 31,0 meters Capacity 4 L nes 1 mobile electrical outlet 6.1.7. Structural Components Structural Components Material ASTM A-36 Structural Steel, International standards Quality Assurance Visual inspection of welds, Dye Penetrant and Ultrasonic Inspection of main welds. All processes, welders, and inspectors shall be certified. Finishing Manual and mechanical surface cleaning, anti-corrosive primer and marine environment finish. Paint color will be selected by the Buenaventura Coast Guard Station Engineer. 6.1.8. Bridge Beam MONORAIL BRIDGE BEAM (with electrical outlet mounts and cable feed pipes) Construction type SEMI GANTRY SELF-SUPPORTED Workload Capacity 3000 Kg. Type Type-I A-36 Structural Steel Beam Span 18,0 meters 6.1.9. Runway Beam RUNWAY BEAM Workload capacity 3000 Kg. Length 31,0 meters Maximum distance between columns/brackets 6,0 meters Type Prefabricated Type-I A-36 Structural Steel Beam Fixation Bolted or welded to metal surface of columns/brackets. 6.1.10. Runway Beam Columns / Brackets COLUMNS / BRACKETS CAPACITY 3000 Kg. Quantity 6 Profile Prefabricated Type-H Beam Lifting Height 4,5 meters Fixation Plates and Anchor Bolts (Note: Shallow foundations or other civil works required for the brackets shall be performed by the Colombian Coast Guard) 6.1.11. A-Shaped Semi-Gantry Column BRACKET/COLUMN Quantity 1 Lifting Height 4,5 meters Components 1 A-Shaped Column, with horizontal tie beam and bracket 6.2. Installation Description and Documentation 6.2.1. Structural Installation Installation includes assembly and mounting of metal structure: bridge beam, columns / brackets, runway beam with rail, and fixed mounts for electrical outlets. Any civil works required for the installation of the longitudinal rail on the hangar deck shall be coordinated with the Colombian Coast Guard. 6.2.2. Electrical-Mechanical Connections Installation includes connection of all equipment, electrical feeds, keypads, and control panels as well as operational and load ing tests. * The Colombian Coast Guard Pacific will provide all test loads and lifting devices (e.g. forklift or another) for the operational testing. Additionally, the Colombian Coast Guard must provide the following for proper operation of the system: - 220V / 3-phase electrical connection, grounded, located at the center of the semi-gantry travel, connected to a main breaker or switch. - Power outlets for the tools and welding equipment required to assemble the equipment on site. - Suitable floor or shallow foundation for the installation of metal columns / brackets in accordance with standards; maximum separation between columns / brackets is 6.0 meters. - Required civil works and assembly, including the leveling and grouting for the installation of the longitudinal travel rail on the deck. 6.2.4 Documentation The following documents / information shall be provided to the Buenaventura Coast Guard Station Engineer: 6.2.4.1. List of components with their respective serial numbers 6.2.4.1. Main characteristics of the system 6.2.4.2. General operational recommendations 6.2.4.3. Operational, Electrical, Parts, and Maintenance manuals 6.2.4.4. End Trucks and Motor brake manuals 6.2.4.5. Metal structure calculation reports 6.2.4.6. Dimensional drawings of the equipment and system 6.2.4.7 Material and testing certificates, including non-destructive tests of welds and painting.

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Capricorn Energy Limited | Published April 3, 2012
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Capricorn Energy Limited as a main purchasing group, and Capricorn Spain Limited as an associated organisation, are now participating in the first point assessment database covering the registration of suppliers, contractors and service providers. 1.0.0 Products / equipment / materials; 1.1.0 Drilling equipment: 1.1.1 Drilling machinery, mud equipment and accessories; 1.1.2 Production surface equipment; 1.1.3 Drilling tools and retrievable production tools; 1.1.4 Casing, tubing, liner, connectors and accessories (OCTG); 1.1.5 Cementing equipment and line hanger systems; 1.1.6 Fishing and repair tools (drilling); 1.1.7 Drilling and mud control instruments; 1.1.8 Production well test and monitoring instruments; 1.1.9 Wellhead equipment, X-mas trees and accessories; 1.1.10 Production string components; 1.1.11 Derricks and accessories; 1.1.12 Drill bits; 1.1.13 BOP and accessories; 1.1.14 Wireline equipment and accessories; 1.1.15 Coiled tubing tools and accessories; 1.1.16 Down hole pressure control equipment; 1.1.17 Pipe handling and lifting equipment; 1.1.18 Subsea equipment; 1.1.99 Other drilling and production equipment. 1.2.0 Material and product handling equipment: 1.2.1 Cranes, davits, hoists and winches; 1.2.2 Elevators; 1.2.3 Other lifting gear and accessories; 1.2.4 Trucks, forklifts etc.; 1.2.5 Baskets, containers and trolleys; 1.2.6 Conveyors, feeders and accessories; 1.2.7 Packing equipment and accessories; 1.2.8 Miscellaneous docking equipment; 1.2.9 Jetty equipment including loading arms / hoses etc.; 1.2.10 Scaffolding; 1.2.11 Tarpaulins; 1.2.12 Weighing equipment and accessories; 1.2.99 Other material and product handling equipment. 1.3.0 Compressors / expanders / blowers and accessories: 1.3.1 Centrifugal compressors; 1.3.2 Reciprocating compressors; 1.3.3 Screw / rotary compressors; 1.3.4 Axial compressors; 1.3.5 Blowers and fans; 1.3.6 Gas expanders; 1.3.7 Jet compressors; 1.3.8 Steam ejectors / thermocompressors; 1.3.99 Other compressors, blowers and accessories. 1.4.0 Pumps and accessories: 1.4.1 Centrifugal and rotary pumps; 1.4.2 Reciprocating pumps; 1.4.3 Diaphragm pumps; 1.4.4 Screw pumps; 1.4.5 Submersible pumps; 1.4.6 Multiphase pumps; 1.4.7 Liquid jet pumps / eductors; 1.4.99 Other pumps and accessories. 1.5.0 Drivers and accessories: 1.5.1 Electric motors / drives; 1.5.2 Gas turbines; 1.5.3 Steam turbines; 1.5.4 Oil / diesel engines; 1.5.5 Air / gas engines; 1.5.6 Hydraulic drivers; 1.5.7 Gear boxes, gear units, couplings; 1.5.8 Submersible motors; 1.5.9 Propulsion units and accessories; 1.5.99 Other drivers and accessories. 1.6.0 Heaters / furnaces / boilers: 1.6.1 Direct fired heaters / boilers (oil, LPG, gas) and accessories; 1.6.2 Steam boilers; 1.6.3 Electric heaters; 1.6.4 Stacks, flares and accessories; 1.6.99 Other heaters, furnaces, boilers and accessories. 1.7.0 Heat exchangers / heat transfer equipment: 1.7.1 Shell and tube heat exchangers; 1.7.2 Plate heat exchangers; 1.7.3 Air coolers; 1.7.4 Waste heat recovery units; 1.7.5 Miscellaneous coolers and condensers; 1.7.99 Other heat transfer equipment. 1.8.0 Tanks / vessels / columns: 1.8.1 Storage tanks including spheres and accessories; 1.8.2 Pressure vessels, drums, accumulators etc.; 1.8.3 Columns and accessories; 1.8.4 Tank / vessel / column internals; 1.8.99 Other tanks, vessels, columns and accessories. 1.9.0 Electrical equipment and materials: 1.9.1 Generators, power sources, units and accessories; 1.9.2 Transformers and accessories; 1.9.3 Switch / control equipment, plugs, connectors etc.; 1.9.4 Rectifiers, inverters and converters; 1.9.5 Distribution equipment and materials (circuit breakers, junction / terminal boxes etc.); 1.9.6 Lamps, lighting fixtures, lighting equipment etc.; 1.9.7 Cables, cords, wires and accessories; 1.9.8 Cathodic protection equipment; 1.9.9 Transits and glands; 1.9.10 Electrical connectors - subsea; 1.9.11 Cable racks and trays; 1.9.99 Other electrical equipment and materials. 1.10.0 Instrumentation / communication and process control equipment / materials: 1.10.1 Pressure instruments; 1.10.2 Temperature instruments; 1.10.3 Level instruments; 1.10.4 Flow instruments; 1.10.5 Fire / smoke / gas / heat detection instruments; 1.10.6 Instrument tubing and fittings; 1.10.7 Junction boxes; 1.10.8 Process control and monitoring equipment and systems; 1.10.9 Metering equipment and systems; 1.10.10 Detectors and analysers; 1.10.11 Control panels and control stations; 1.10.12 Sonar / radar / DP / navigation / positioning equipment and systems; 1.10.13 Corrosion monitoring systems; 1.10.14 Simulator systems; 1.10.15 Acoustic equipment; 1.10.16 Acoustic telemetry systems; 1.10.17 Meteorological instruments / equipment; 1.10.97 Other alarm / control systems; 1.10.98 Instrument and communication cables; 1.10.99 Other instrument / communication and process control equipment / materials. 1.11.0 Miscellaneous mechanical equipment: 1.11.1 Mechanical separators, tumblers chlorinators, hydrocyclones, scrubbers and accessories; 1.11.2 Regenerative / non-regenerative filters, strainers and accessories; 1.11.3 Mixers, agitators, blenders, feeders and accessories; 1.11.4 Hydraulic units and accessories; 1.11.5 Fresh water treatment / desalination systems and accessories; 1.11.6 Gas treatment units and accessories; 1.11.7 Pressure reduction stations for gas distribution; 1.11.99 Other mechanical equipment and accessories. 1.12.0 Cooling / heating / ventilation / air conditioning equipment: 1.12.1 HVAC system packages; 1.12.2 Cooling and refrigeration units; 1.12.3 Humidifiers, dryers etc.; 1.12.4 Air fans; 1.12.5 Filters, coalescers and accessories; 1.12.6 Dampers and accessories; 1.12.7 Ducting etc.; 1.12.8 Heating coils / units (electric, steam, water etc.); 1.12.99 Other HVAC equipment and accessories. 1.13.0 Marine / diving and pipeline equipment: 1.13.1 Anchoring / buoying equipment; 1.13.2 ROVs, ROV tools and accessories; 1.13.4 Ships gear; 1.13.5 Turrets; 1.13.6 Diving equipment - personal equipment (diving helmets, suits, knives, lead belts etc.); 1.13.7 Diving equipment - vessel based equipment (diving bells) (compression chambers, gas mix batteries, umbilicals etc.); 1.13.20 Pipeline equipment, connectors and accessories; 1.13.21 Pig launchers / transmitters / traps / receivers and accessories; 1.13.22 Pigging equipment and accessories; 1.13.23 Through flowline systems and tools; 1.13.99 Other marine / diving and pipeline equipment and accessories. 1.14.0 Computer and communication equipment: 1.14.1 Computer hardware - work stations (PCs and Unix); 1.14.2 Computer hardware - servers (PCs, Unix); 1.14.3 Computer hardware - mainframes (CPUs, storage and other mainframe equipment and accessories); 1.14.4 Computer peripherals, (VDUs, printers and other peripherals); 1.14.5 Communication equipment and accessories (routers, modems, HUBs, cables etc.); 1.14.6 Databases, software development tools, application generators, data administration tools etc.; 1.14.7 General business software (financial, logistics, personnel, document administration, management information etc.); 1.14.8 General technical software systems (specialist systems, CAD/CAP etc.); 1.14.9 Technical oil / gas related software systems (reservoir, geological, drilling etc.); 1.14.10 Office automation software (spreadsheet, planning, word processing, graphics, filing / retrieval etc.); 1.14.11 Utility software (operational support, security systems, networks (LAN/WAN) communications software etc.); 1.14.20 Telecommunication equipment and systems (PABXs, telephone equipment, telex / telefax, accessories etc.); 1.14.21 Audio / video equipment and accessories; 1.14.22 Personal communication equipment and accessories (PDA, tablet PC, cell phone, Pcmcia / GSM card); 1.14.99 Other computer and communication equipment and accessories. 1.15.0 Laboratory / medical equipment: 1.15.1 General laboratory apparatus and requisites; 1.15.3 Medical equipment and supplies; 1.15.99 Other laboratory and medical equipment and accessories. 1.16.0 Safety / protection / security / firefighting equipment: 1.16.1 Security equipment and accessories; 1.16.2 Safety and protection equipment / products, life boats and life rafts; 1.16.3 Firefighting equipment / products; 1.16.4 Escape tools / equipment; 1.16.5 Fire / gas detection / protection systems; 1.16.6 Inert gas / nitrogen systems; 1.16.99 Other safety / security / firefighting equipment and accessories. 1.17.0 Environmental equipment / products: 1.17.1 Waste water disposal / recovery equipment; 1.17.2 Oil recovery equipment and accessories; 1.17.3 Waste gas treatment / recovery equipment; 1.17.4 Noise abatement equipment and accessories; 1.17.5 Asbestos removal equipment and accessories; 1.17.98 Other waste disposal / recovery equipment; 1.17.99 Other environmental equipment / products. 1.18.0 Packages - construction / outfitting: 1.18.3 Chemical injection systems; 1.18.4 Subsea - packages; 1.18.5 Helideck systems / packages; 1.18.6 Steel / metal / composite outfitting (gangways, rails etc.); 1.18.7 Prefabricated spools, pipework etc. (steel / metal / composites); 1.18.99 Other industrial equipment, packages and units. 1.19.0 Service station equipment / materials / products: 1.19.1 Shop fittings; 1.19.2 Car wash equipment and accessories; 1.19.3 Canopies and accessories; 1.19.4 Service station signs and accessories; 1.19.5 Service station pumps and accessories; 1.19.6 Service station payment terminals and accessories; 1.19.7 Service station tanks and accessories; 1.19.8 Food products for resale (tobacco, soft drinks, fresh foods, dry foods etc.); 1.19.9 Fast food products for resale (bake-off, hot dogs etc.); 1.19.10 Non-food products for resale (glycol, lubricants, windscreen cleaner, other related chemical products, leisure products etc.); 1.19.11 Home entertainment products for resale (video, CD's etc.); 1.19.12 Newspapers and magazines (for resale); 1.19.99 Other service station equipment and materials. 2.0.0 Products / equipment / materials (continued); 2.1.0 Pipes / tubes / hoses and fittings: 2.1.1 Seamless pipes and tubes; 2.1.2 Welded pipes and tubes; 2.1.3 Non-metal pipes and tubes; 2.1.4 Hoses; 2.1.5 Flanges, elbows, fittings hangers and pipe supports; 2.1.6 Gaskets, jointings, packings and tightenings; 2.1.7 Non-metal flanges, elbows fittings and pipe supports; 2.1.8 Insulated pipes, tubes, hoses and accessories; 2.1.9 Flexible pipes; 2.1.99 Other pipes, tubes, hoses, hubs, pipe penetrators and fittings etc. 2.2.0 Valves and accessories: 2.2.2 Check valves; 2.2.3 Control valves and accessories; 2.2.4 Safety valves, relief valves and bursting discs; 2.2.5 Subsea valves; 2.2.6 Solenoid valves; 2.2.7 Actuators and various valve instrumentation; 2.2.8 Ball valves; 2.2.9 Butterfly valves; 2.2.10 Diaphragm valves; 2.2.11 Gate valves; 2.2.12 Globe valves; 2.2.13 Needle valves; 2.2.14 Plug valves; 2.2.99 Other valves and accessories. 2.3.0 Steel / metal materials: 2.3.1 Plates; 2.3.2 Bars; 2.3.3 Profiles and sections; 2.3.4 Forgings and castings; 2.3.5 Gratings; 2.3.6 Wires and steel chains including accessories; 2.3.7 Bolts and nuts; 2.3.8 Metal bearings and seals; 2.3.9 Anodes; 2.3.10 Welding consumables; 2.3.20 Doors, manholes, hatches; 2.3.99 Other steel and metal materials. 2.4.0 Non-metal materials (plastics, composites): 2.4.1 Plates; 2.4.2 Bars; 2.4.3 Profiles and sections; 2.4.4 Forgings and castings; 2.4.5 Gratings; 2.4.6 Ropes and chains including accessories; 2.4.7 Bolts and nuts; 2.4.8 Non-metal bearings and seals; 2.4.99 Other non-metal materials. 2.5.0 Automobiles and associated equipment: 2.5.1 Trucks and associated equipment; 2.5.2 Trailers and associated equipment; 2.5.3 Vans, lorries and associated equipment; 2.5.4 Passenger cars and associated equipment; 2.5.5 Special vehicles and associated equipment; 2.5.6 Tyres / batteries / car accessories; 2.5.99 Other automobiles and associated equipment. 2.6.0 Downstream packing materials: 2.6.1 Drums; 2.6.2 Bottles and cans (glass, metal, plastic etc.); 2.6.3 Fluid bags, small containers (less than 1 m3) etc.; 2.6.4 Boxes (various materials); 2.6.5 Pallets; 2.6.99 Other packing materials. 2.7.0 Chemical / oils / paints: 2.7.1 Primers, coatings and paints; 2.7.2 Petroleum products (gas, oils, fuels etc.); 2.7.3 Mud and associated additives; 2.7.4 Abrasives, polishes, compounds, adhesives; 2.7.5 Industrial gases; 2.7.6 Cleaning products (for sanitation products select category 2.12.06); 2.7.7 Additives, inhibitors etc.; 2.7.8 Lubricants; 2.7.9 Production / process / drilling chemicals; 2.7.10 Laboratory chemicals; 2.7.11 Catalysts; 2.7.12 Completion fluids; 2.7.13 Cements and associated additives; 2.7.99 Other chemicals, oils and paints. 2.8.0 Insulation / refractory materials: 2.8.1 Fire protection materials; 2.8.2 Thermal insulation materials; 2.8.3 Acoustic insulation materials; 2.8.99 Other insulation and refractory materials. 2.9.0 Civil bulk materials: 2.9.1 Cement; 2.9.2 Sand and aggregates; 2.9.3 Reinforcing materials; 2.9.4 Inserts including anchors, bolts etc.; 2.9.5 Protection materials; 2.9.99 Other civil bulk materials. 2.10.0 Architectural / building materials: 2.10.1 Sanitary equipment; 2.10.2 Laundry and galley / kitchen equipment; 2.10.3 Floorings and wall / ceiling panels; 2.10.4 Doors, windows and shutters; 2.10.5 Textiles and wallpapers; 2.10.6 Warehouse equipment and supplies; 2.10.7 Catering equipment; 2.10.8 Signs and boards (information, warning, advertisements etc.); 2.10.99 Other building materials. 2.11.0 Workshop and handtools: 2.11.1 Workshop equipment and handtools; 2.11.2 Welding equipment and accessories; 2.11.3 Cleaning equipment and accessories; 2.11.4 Mechanical handtools; 2.11.5 Electrical handtools; 2.11.6 Testing and measuring instruments / equipment. 2.12.0 Office administration products and consumables: 2.12.1 Office supplies / stationery; 2.12.2 IT consumables; 2.12.3 Pre-printed stationery (forms, envelopes etc.); 2.12.4 Food products and beverages; 2.12.5 Kitchenware and tableware; 2.12.6 Cleaning / sanitary supplies; 2.12.7 Furniture; 2.12.8 Office equipment; 2.12.9 Sport and leisure equipment; 2.12.10 Newspapers, magazines and books - for own use; 2.12.99 Other office administration products and consumables. 2.99.0 Other products / equipment and materials: 2.99.2 Packing, crating and boxing materials; 2.99.3 Consumables for testing / inspection (film etc.); 2.99.4 Uniforms and other types of clothing; 2.99.5 Scale models (ships, rigs, plants, equipment etc.); 2.99.98 Various appreciation gifts; 2.99.99 Other products / equipment and materials. 3.0.0 Services; 3.1.0 Engineering services: 3.1.1 Project administration services; 3.1.2 Steel / construction / architectural services; 3.1.3 Process / utilities / piping / HVAC services; 3.1.4 Equipment / mechanical services; 3.1.5 Electro / control / instrumentation services; 3.1.6 Pipeline services; 3.1.7 Subsea / diving / ROV technology services; 3.1.8 Drilling / completion engineering services; 3.1.9 Civil engineering / concrete structure services; 3.1.10 Waste water treatment services; 3.1.11 Weight control services; 3.1.12 Telecommunication services; 3.1.13 Material technology / anti-corrosion / surface protection services; 3.1.14 Marine technology / hydrodynamic / aerodynamic services; 3.1.15 Fire and gas protection system services; 3.1.16 Production / petroleum engineering services; 3.1.17 Construction management and supervision services; 3.1.18 Mud engineering services; 3.1.99 Other engineering services. 3.2.0 Consultancy services: 3.2.1 Quality assurance QA / QC consultancy; 3.2.2 Safety, health and environment consultancy; 3.2.3 Risk analysis consultancy; 3.2.5 Personnel / training system consultancy (for training courses select 3.99.13); 3.2.6 Legal consultancy; 3.2.7 Purchasing and contracting consultancy; 3.2.8 Cost and planning consultancy; 3.2.9 Material administration consultancy; 3.2.10 Technical documentation / document control consultancy; 3.2.11 Advertising / public affairs / public relations consultancy; 3.2.12 Marketing and market research consultancy; 3.2.13 Translation and manual writing consultancy; 3.2.14 Welding and jointing consultancy; 3.2.15 Warranty surveyors; 3.2.16 Third party evaluation / verification consultancy; 3.2.17 Energy conservation consultancy; 3.2.18 Simulation consultancy; 3.2.19 Decommissioning and abandonment consultancy; 3.2.20 Meteorological consultancy; 3.2.21 Staff search / selection consultancy; 3.2.22 Sub-surface consultancy (geological, geophysical, reservoir); 3.2.23 Design consultancy (industrial design, web design etc.); 3.2.24 Marine consultancy; 3.2.25 Subsea consultancy; 3.2.26 Career / outplacement consultancy; 3.2.98 General management and business development consultancy; 3.2.99 Other consultancy services. 3.3.0 Research & development services (R & D): 3.3.1 Engineering (R & D) services; 3.3.2 Geological and geophysical (R & D) services; 3.3.3 Drilling (R & D) services; 3.3.4 Subsea (R & D) services; 3.3.5 Safety and environmental (R & D) services; 3.3.6 Information technology (R & D) services; 3.3.7 Oil and gas production (R & D) services; 3.3.8 Refinery / downstream technology (R & D) services; 3.3.9 Petrochemicals (R & D) services; 3.3.10 Materials (R & D) services; 3.3.11 Reservoir (R & D) services; 3.3.99 Other research and development services. 3.4.0 Exploration and production drilling services: 3.4.1 Drilling rigs (semisubmersibles / jackups / others); 3.4.2 Production drilling services; 3.4.3 Conductor piling services; 3.4.4 Cementing services; 3.4.5 Casing / tubing running services; 3.4.6 Casing cutting services; 3.4.7 Mud logging services; 3.4.8 MWD / LWD services; 3.4.9 Turbine drilling / down hole motor services; 3.4.10 Electrical logging / calibration services; 3.4.11 Coring services; 3.4.12 Fishing / wireline fishing services; 3.4.13 Work-over services; 3.4.14 Snubbing services; 3.4.15 Drilling fluids / mud services; 3.4.16 Well testing services; 3.4.17 Underreaming services; 3.4.18 Exploration and development services; 3.4.19 Liner float, hanger and running equipment services; 3.4.20 Reservoir services; 3.4.21 Well completion services; 3.4.22 Well overhauling / stimulation services; 3.4.23 Wellhead services; 3.4.24 Wireline services; 3.4.25 Directional surveying services; 3.4.26 Cutting injections / cutting disposal services; 3.4.27 Recutting inspection services; 3.4.28 Rental of drill pipe; 3.4.29 Cased hole logging services (gyro, perforation, PLT, gauges); 3.4.30 Drill stem testing services; 3.4.31 Directional drilling services; 3.4.32 Perforation services; 3.4.33 Gravel packing services; 3.4.34 Fracturating services; 3.4.35 Plugging services; 3.4.36 Well wash services; 3.4.37 Coiled tubing services; 3.4.38 Pumping services; 3.4.39 Fluid / bottom hole sampling services; 3.4.40 OCTG services (cleaning, hardbanding, recutting, rethreading, storage); 3.4.41 Well crisis management services; 3.4.99 Other drilling services. 3.5.0 Construction / modification / repair / maintenance / refurbishment services: 3.5.1 Steel / piping / mechanical services; 3.5.2 Electrical / instrument services; 3.5.3 Ventilation / heating / sanitary services; 3.5.4 Waste disposal / drainage services; 3.5.5 Insulation services; 3.5.6 Surface treatment, sandblasting, painting, coating and fireproofing services; 3.5.7 Scaffolding / rigging / covering services; 3.5.8 Civil works / building contracting services including drilling / tunnelling; 3.5.9 Diving / ROV / submersible operations; 3.5.10 Subsea construction services; 3.5.11 Generator services; 3.5.12 Pipe cutting and bending services; 3.5.13 Industrial cleaning services; 3.5.14 Catalyst handling / regeneration services; 3.5.15 Bolt tensioning services; 3.5.16 Rope access services; 3.5.17 Welding and jointing services; 3.5.18 Safety / protection / security / firefighting system services; 3.5.19 Preservation of mechanical and electrical component services; 3.5.20 Maintenance and modification of pumps and rotating equipment; 3.5.21 Heat treating and demagnetising services; 3.5.22 Vehicle maintenance and repair services; 3.5.23 Machining services (in situ and general machining); 3.5.24 Site clean-up services; 3.5.25 Biological sludge treatment services; 3.5.26 Tank bottom sludge treatment services; 3.5.27 Piling services; 3.5.30 Valve management services including testing and repair; 3.5.31 Crane management services; 3.5.99 Other construction / maintenance services. 3.6.0 Installation services / marine contracting (for abandonment services see Section 3.15): 3.6.1 Pipelaying / cable laying services; 3.6.2 Trenching and excavation services; 3.6.3 Diving / ROV / submersible operations; 3.6.4 Cranes / crane barges / heavy lift vessels; 3.6.5 Hook-up and commissioning including marine installation services; 3.6.6 Mobile production units; 3.6.7 Dredging services; 3.6.8 Gravel and rock dumping services; 3.6.9 Floating storage units (FSU); 3.6.10 Subsea pipeline protection services; 3.6.11 Installation of subsea packages; 3.6.13 Mooring system services; 3.6.99 Other installation services. 3.7.0 Inspection / control and testing services: 3.7.1 Non-destructive testing (NDT) services; 3.7.2 Pipeline flushing, external / internal inspection, pigging services; 3.7.3 Surface treatment inspection services; 3.7.4 Pressure testing services; 3.7.5 Instrument testing / calibration services; 3.7.6 Load testing services; 3.7.7 Diving / ROV operations; 3.7.8 Laboratory testing services; 3.7.10 Dimensional control / verification services; 3.7.12 Third party measurement services; 3.7.98 Other inspection services; 3.7.99 Other testing services. 3.8.0 Transportation / supply / disposal services: 3.8.1 Tugs / ROV support / diving support vessels; 3.8.2 Barges; 3.8.3 Air transport services of passengers and freight; 3.8.4 Accommodation platforms / vessels; 3.8.5 Rental of containers, baskets etc.; 3.8.6 Disposal / distribution and waste transport services etc.; 3.8.7 Salvage services etc.; 3.8.8 Rental of cranes and special vehicles; 3.8.9 Courier services; 3.8.10 Freight forwarding / logistics management services; 3.8.11 Transport broker and agent services; 3.8.12 Supply base / warehouse / storage services; 3.8.13 Ship chandler services; 3.8.14 Bulk truck transportation services; 3.8.15 Truck package / product transportation services; 3.8.16 Moving services; 3.8.17 Supply vessels; 3.8.18 Stand-by vessels; 3.8.99 Other transportation / supply and disposal services. 3.9.0 Surveying / positioning services: 3.9.1 Soil investigation services; 3.9.2 Navigation / positioning services; 3.9.3 Geotechnical services; 3.9.4 Geophysical and hydrographic site survey services; 3.9.5 Oceanographic services; 3.9.6 Rig positioning services; 3.9.7 Photogrammetry surveying services; 3.9.8 Chart and map production services; 3.9.9 Rental of surveying / positioning equipment; 3.9.10 Survey and positioning support services; 3.9.99 Other surveying / positioning services. 3.10.0 Seismic services: 3.10.1 2D / 3D / 4D seismic data acquisition services; 3.10.2 2D / 3D / 4D seismic data processing services; 3.10.3 Site surveys services; 3.10.4 Well velocity survey services; 3.10.5 Rental of seismic equipment; 3.10.6 2D / 3D / 4D seismic data interpretation services; 3.10.99 Other seismic services. 3.11.0 Information systems / information technology / communication services: 3.11.1 Network installation / support services; 3.11.2 Software development and support services; 3.11.3 Computer based modelling services; 3.11.4 Computer based simulation / training program services; 3.11.5 CAD / CAP services; 3.11.6 Hardware installation support services; 3.11.7 Operating systems installation / support services; 3.11.8 User support / help desk services; 3.11.9 IT management consultancy services; 3.11.10 Data management services; 3.11.11 General IS / IT consultancy services; 3.11.20 Telecommunication installation / support services; 3.11.21 Data and message transmitting services; 3.11.22 Rental of Telecom lines; 3.11.23 Telecom subscription services; 3.11.24 Public address system services; 3.11.98 Other communication services; 3.11.99 Other information systems (IS) / information technology (IT) services. 3.12.0 Petroleum technology services: 3.12.7 Geophysical interpretation services; 3.12.8 Petrophysical interpretation services; 3.12.9 Geological evaluation services (organic geochemistry, petrology, diagenesis, biostratigraphy, fluid characterisation, PVT, core analysis, flooding); 3.12.10 Reservoir evaluation services; 3.12.99 Other Petroleum technology services. 3.13.0 Certification and integrity services: 3.13.1 Quality management systems certification; 3.13.2 Environmental management systems certification; 3.13.3 Safety management systems certification; 3.13.4 Information security management systems certification; 3.13.5 Certification of Welders; 3.13.6 Certification of NDT personnel; 3.13.7 Certification of machinery; 3.13.8 Certification of cranes and lifting appliances; 3.13.9 Certification of pressurised equipment; 3.13.10 Evaluation and certification of software and electronics (IT); 3.13.11 Notified body for machinery; 3.13.12 Notified body for simple pressure vessels; 3.13.13 Notified body for telecommunication terminal equipment; 3.13.14 Notified body for medical equipment; 3.13.15 Notified body for personal protection equipment; 3.13.16 Notified body for lifts; 3.13.17 Notified body for pressure containing equipment; 3.13.30 Integrity management services; 3.13.99 Other certification services. 3.14.0 Financial and insurance services: 3.14.1 Banking services; 3.14.2 Monetary intermediation services; 3.14.3 Credit granting services; 3.14.4 Financial markets administration services; 3.14.5 Security broking and fund management services; 3.14.18 Financial management consultancy services; 3.14.19 Other banking and financial services; 3.14.20 Accounting services; 3.14.21 Auditing services; 3.14.30 Life insurance services; 3.14.31 Pension funding services; 3.14.32 Non-life insurance services; 3.14.33 Insurance broking services; 3.14.39 Other insurance services. 3.15.0 Decommissioning and abandonment services: 3.15.1 Project management services; 3.15.2 Marine services; 3.15.3 Subsea services; 3.15.4 Well services; 3.15.5 Cutting services; 3.15.6 Site services; 3.15.7 Waste management services; 3.15.8 Integrity / legislation services; 3.15.99 Other decommissioning and abandonment services. 3.20.0 Service station maintenance / services: 3.20.1 Car wash equipment maintenance / services; 3.20.2 Canopy equipment maintenance / services; 3.20.3 Signs and accessories maintenance / services; 3.20.4 Service station pumps maintenance / services; 3.20.5 Payment terminal maintenance / services; 3.20.6 Service station tanks maintenance / services; 3.20.99 Other service station maintenance / services. 3.90.0 Exchange and throughput services: 3.90.1 Exchange and throughput services. 3.99.0 Other supporting services: 3.99.2 Temporary accommodation / camp services; 3.99.3 Catering services; 3.99.4 Cleaning and laundry services; 3.99.5 Security services; 3.99.6 Rental of equipment; 3.99.7 Printing and copying services; 3.99.8 Photographic / film / video services; 3.99.9 Technical drafting services; 3.99.10 Travel agency, car rental services etc.; 3.99.12 Medical services; 3.99.13 Training course / seminar services; 3.99.14 Recreational services; 3.99.15 Hotel and conference services; 3.99.16 Rental of housing and office space etc.; 3.99.17 Energy / electrical power supply services; 3.99.18 Manpower supply, temporary staff hiring - technical; 3.99.19 Manpower supply, temporary staff hiring - administration; 3.99.20 Library services; 3.99.21 Equipment brokerage services; 3.99.22 Horticultural / grounds maintenance services; 3.99.99 Other supporting services. 4.0.0 Multidiscipline / combined supplies and/or services (turnkey / packages); 4.1.0 Engineering / procurement: 4.1.1 Steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms; 4.1.2 Floating facilities / systems including storage / loading; 4.1.3 Subsea systems; 4.1.4 Pipeline systems; 4.1.5 Risers; 4.1.6 Umbilicals; 4.1.7 Terminal / oil movement systems; 4.1.8 Accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules; 4.1.9 Process modules / packages; 4.1.10 Utilities modules / packages; 4.1.11 Drilling modules / packages; 4.1.12 Buildings including service stations; 4.1.99 Other systems. 4.2.0 Engineering / procurement / construction: 4.2.1 Steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms; 4.2.2 Floating facilities / systems including storage / loading; 4.2.3 Subsea systems; 4.2.4 Pipeline systems; 4.2.5 Risers; 4.2.6 Umbilicals; 4.2.7 Terminal / oil movement systems; 4.2.8 Accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules; 4.2.9 Process modules / packages; 4.2.10 Utilities modules / packages; 4.2.11 Drilling modules / packages; 4.2.12 Buildings including service stations; 4.2.99 Other systems. 4.3.0 Engineering / procurement / construction / installation: 4.3.1 Steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms; 4.3.2 Floating facilities / systems including storage / loading; 4.3.3 Subsea systems; 4.3.4 Pipeline systems; 4.3.5 Risers; 4.3.6 Umbilicals; 4.3.7 Terminal / oil movement systems; 4.3.8 Accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules; 4.3.9 Process modules / packages; 4.3.10 Utilities modules / packages; 4.3.11 Drilling modules / packages; 4.3.12 Buildings including service stations; 4.3.99 Other systems. 4.4.0 Engineering / procurement / construction / installation / commissioning: 4.4.1 Steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms; 4.4.2 Floating facilities / systems including storage / loading; 4.4.3 Subsea systems; 4.4.4 Pipeline systems; 4.4.5 Risers; 4.4.6 Umbilicals; 4.4.7 Terminal / oil movement systems; 4.4.8 Accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules; 4.4.9 Process modules / packages; 4.4.10 Utilities modules / packages; 4.4.11 Drilling modules / packages; 4.4.12 Buildings including service stations; 4.4.99 Other systems. 4.5.0 Integrated services: 4.5.1 Management and provision of all facilities engineering, modification and maintenance services for a site / platform; 4.5.2 Management and operations, including production supervision of all facilities, engineering, modification and maintenance services for site / platform; 4.5.3 Hydrocarbon reservoir development and production services; 4.5.4 Extended well test / early production services including provision of floating or Jackup production unit; 4.5.5 Well management / construction services; 4.5.6 Management and provision of all catering, cleaning, office and security service at location / platform; 4.5.7 Field development.

Repair and maintenance services

Capricorn Energy Limited | Published April 3, 2012
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Capricorn Energy Limited as a main Purchasing Group, and Capricorn Spain Limited as an associated organisation, are now participating in the First Point Assessment database covering the registration of suppliers, contractors and service providers. 1.0.0 products / equipment / materials 1.1.0 drilling equipment 1.1.1 drilling machinery, mud equipment and accessories 1.1.2 production surface equipment 1.1.3 drilling tools and retrievable production tools 1.1.4 casing, tubing, liner, connectors and accessories (OCTG) 1.1.5 cementing equipment and line hanger systems 1.1.6 fishing and repair tools (drilling) 1.1.7 drilling and mud control instruments 1.1.8 production well test and monitoring instruments 1.1.9 wellhead equipment, x-mas trees and accessories 1.1.10 production string components 1.1.11 derricks and accessories 1.1.12 drill bits 1.1.13 bop and accessories 1.1.14 wireline equipment and accessories 1.1.15 coiled tubing tools and accessories 1.1.16 down hole pressure control equipment 1.1.17 pipe handling and lifting equipment 1.1.18 subsea equipment 1.1.99 other drilling and production equipment 1.2.0 material and product handling equipment 1.2.1 cranes, davits, hoists and winches 1.2.2 elevators 1.2.3 other lifting gear and accessories 1.2.4 trucks, forklifts etc 1.2.5 baskets, containers and trolleys 1.2.6 conveyors, feeders and accessories 1.2.7 packing equipment and accessories 1.2.8 miscellaneous docking equipment 1.2.9 jetty equipment including loading arms / hoses etc. 1.2.10 scaffolding 1.2.11 tarpaulins 1.2.12 weighing equipment and accessories 1.2.99 other material and product handling equipment 1.3.0 compressors / expanders / blowers and accessories 1.3.1 centrifugal compressors 1.3.2 reciprocating compressors 1.3.3 screw / rotary compressors 1.3.4 axial compressors 1.3.5 blowers and fans 1.3.6 gas expanders 1.3.7 jet compressors 1.3.8 steam ejectors / thermocompressors 1.3.99 other compressors, blowers and accessories 1.4.0 pumps and accessories 1.4.1 centrifugal and rotary pumps 1.4.2 reciprocating pumps 1.4.3 diaphragm pumps 1.4.4 screw pumps 1.4.5 submersible pumps 1.4.6 multiphase pumps 1.4.7 liquid jet pumps / eductors 1.4.99 other pumps and accessories 1.5.0 drivers and accessories 1.5.1 electric motors / drives 1.5.2 gas turbines 1.5.3 steam turbines 1.5.4 oil / diesel engines 1.5.5 air / gas engines 1.5.6 hydraulic drivers 1.5.7 gear boxes, gear units, couplings 1.5.8 submersible motors 1.5.9 propulsion units and accessories 1.5.99 other drivers and accessories 1.6.0 heaters / furnaces / boilers 1.6.1 direct fired heaters / boilers (oil, lpg, gas) and accessories 1.6.2 steam boilers 1.6.3 electric heaters 1.6.4 stacks, flares and accessories 1.6.99 other heaters, furnaces, boilers and accessories 1.7.0 heat exchangers / heat transfer equipment 1.7.1 shell and tube heat exchangers 1.7.2 plate heat exchangers 1.7.3 air coolers 1.7.4 waste heat recovery units 1.7.5 miscellaneous coolers and condensers 1.7.99 other heat transfer equipment 1.8.0 tanks / vessels / columns 1.8.1 storage tanks including spheres and accessories 1.8.2 pressure vessels, drums, accumulators etc 1.8.3 columns and accessories 1.8.4 tank / vessel / column internals 1.8.99 other tanks, vessels, columns and accessories 1.9.0 electrical equipment and materials 1.9.1 generators, power sources, units and accessories 1.9.2 transformers and accessories 1.9.3 switch / control equipment, plugs, connectors etc. 1.9.4 rectifiers, inverters and converters 1.9.5 distribution equipment and materials (circuit breakers, junction / terminal boxes etc). 1.9.6 lamps, lighting fixtures, lighting equipment etc. 1.9.7 cables, cords, wires and accessories 1.9.8 cathodic protection equipment 1.9.9 transits and glands 1.9.10 electrical connectors - subsea 1.9.11 cable racks and trays 1.9.99 other electrical equipment and materials 1.10.0 instrumentation / communication and process control equipment / materials 1.10.1 pressure instruments 1.10.2 temperature instruments 1.10.3 level instruments 1.10.4 flow instruments 1.10.5 fire / smoke / gas / heat detection instruments 1.10.6 instrument tubing and fittings 1.10.7 junction boxes 1.10.8 process control and monitoring equipment and systems 1.10.9 metering equipment and systems 1.10.10 detectors and analysers 1.10.11 control panels and control stations 1.10.12 sonar / radar / DP / Navigation / positioning equipment and systems 1.10.13 corrosion monitoring systems 1.10.14 simulator systems 1.10.15 acoustic equipment 1.10.16 acoustic telemetry systems 1.10.17 meteorological instruments / equipment 1.10.97 other alarm / control systems 1.10.98 instrument and communication cables 1.10.99 other instrument / communication and process control equipment / materials 1.11.0 miscellaneous mechanical equipment 1.11.1 mechanical separators, tumblers chlorinators, hydrocyclones, scrubbers and accessories 1.11.2 regenerative / non-regenerative filters, strainers and accessories 1.11.3 mixers, agitators, blenders, feeders and accessories 1.11.4 hydraulic units and accessories 1.11.5 fresh water treatment / desalination systems and accessories 1.11.6 gas treatment units and accessories 1.11.7 pressure reduction stations for gas distribution 1.11.99 other mechanical equipment and accessories 1.12.0 cooling / heating / ventilation / air conditioning equipment 1.12.1 HVAC System Packages 1.12.2 cooling and refrigeration units 1.12.3 humidifiers, dryers etc. 1.12.4 air fans 1.12.5 filters, coalescers and accessories 1.12.6 dampers and accessories 1.12.7 ducting etc. 1.12.8 heating coils / units (electric, steam, water etc) 1.12.99 Other HVAC equipment and accessories 1.13.0 marine / diving and pipeline equipment 1.13.1 anchoring / buoying equipment 1.13.2 ROVs, ROV tools and accessories 1.13.4 ships gear 1.13.5 turrets 1.13.6 diving equipment - personal equipment (diving helmets, suits, knives, lead belts etc.) 1.13.7 diving equipment - vessel based equipment (diving bells) (compression chambers, gas mix batteries, umbilicals etc.) 1.13.20 pipeline equipment, connectors and accessories 1.13.21 pig launchers / transmitters / traps / receivers and accessories 1.13.22 pigging equipment and accessories 1.13.23 through flowline systems and tools 1.13.99 other marine / diving and pipeline equipment and accessories 1.14.0 computer and communication equipment 1.14.1 computer hardware - work stations (PCS and unix) 1.14.2 computer hardware - servers (PCs, Unix) 1.14.3 computer hardware - mainframes (CPUs, storage and other mainframe equipment and accessories) 1.14.4 computer peripherals, (VDUs, printers and other peripherals) 1.14.5 communication equipment and accessories (routers, modems, HUBs, cables etc.) 1.14.6 databases, software development tools, application generators, data administration tools etc. 1.14.7 general business software (financial, logistics, personnel, document administration, management information etc.) 1.14.8 general technical software systems (specialist systems, CAD/CAP etc.) 1.14.9 technical oil / gas related software systems (reservoir, geological, drilling etc.) 1.14.10 office automation software (spreadsheet, planning, word processing, graphics, filing / retrieval etc.) 1.14.11 utility software (operational support, security systems, networks (lan/wan) communications software etc.) 1.14.20 telecommunication equipment and systems (pabxs, telephone equipment, telex / telefax, accessories etc.) 1.14.21 audio / video equipment and accessories 1.14.22 personal communication equipment and accessories (pda, tablet pc, cell phone, pcmcia / gsm card) 1.14.99 other computer and communication equipment and accessories 1.15.0 laboratory / medical equipment 1.15.1 general laboratory apparatus and requisites 1.15.3 medical equipment and supplies 1.15.99 other laboratory and medical equipment and accessories 1.16.0 safety / protection / security / firefighting equipment 1.16.1 security equipment and accessories 1.16.2 safety and protection equipment / products, life boats and life rafts 1.16.3 firefighting equipment / products 1.16.4 escape tools / equipment 1.16.5 fire / gas detection / protection systems 1.16.6 inert gas / nitrogen systems 1.16.99 other safety / security / firefighting equipment and accessories 1.17.0 environmental equipment / products 1.17.1 waste water disposal / recovery equipment 1.17.2 oil recovery equipment and accessories 1.17.3 waste gas treatment / recovery equipment 1.17.4 noise abatement equipment and accessories 1.17.5 asbestos removal equipment and accessories 1.17.98 other waste disposal / recovery equipment 1.17.99 other environmental equipment / products 1.18.0 packages - construction / outfitting 1.18.3 chemical injection systems 1.18.4 subsea - packages 1.18.5 helideck systems / packages 1.18.6 steel / metal / composite outfitting (gangways, rails etc.) 1.18.7 prefabricated spools, pipework etc. (steel / metal / composites) 1.18.99 other industrial equipment, packages and units 1.19.0 service station equipment / materials / products 1.19.1 shop fittings 1.19.2 car wash equipment and accessories 1.19.3 canopies and accessories 1.19.4 service station signs and accessories 1.19.5 service station pumps and accessories 1.19.6 service station payment terminals and accessories 1.19.7 service station tanks and accessories 1.19.8 food products for resale (tobacco, soft drinks, fresh foods, dry foods etc.) 1.19.9 fast food products for resale (bake-off, hot dogs etc.) 1.19.10 non-food products for resale (glycol, lubricants, windscreen cleaner, other related chemical products, leisure products etc.) 1.19.11 home entertainment products for resale (video, cd's etc.) 1.19.12 newspapers and magazines (for resale) 1.19.99 other service station equipment and materials 2.0.0 products / equipment / materials (continued) 2.1.0 pipes / tubes / hoses and fittings 2.1.1 seamless pipes and tubes 2.1.2 welded pipes and tubes 2.1.3 non-metal pipes and tubes 2.1.4 hoses 2.1.5 flanges, elbows, fittings hangers and pipe supports 2.1.6 gaskets, jointings, packings and tightenings 2.1.7 non-metal flanges, elbows fittings and pipe supports 2.1.8 insulated pipes, tubes, hoses and accessories 2.1.9 flexible pipes 2.1.99 other pipes, tubes, hoses, hubs, pipe penetrators and fittings etc. 2.2.0 valves and accessories 2.2.2 check valves 2.2.3 control valves and accessories 2.2.4 safety valves, relief valves and bursting discs 2.2.5 subsea valves 2.2.6 solenoid valves 2.2.7 actuators and various valve instrumentation 2.2.8 ball valves 2.2.9 butterfly valves 2.2.10 diaphragm valves 2.2.11 gate valves 2.2.12 globe valves 2.2.13 needle valves 2.2.14 plug valves 2.2.99 other valves and accessories 2.3.0 steel / metal materials 2.3.1 plates 2.3.2 bars 2.3.3 profiles and sections 2.3.4 forgings and castings 2.3.5 gratings 2.3.6 wires and steel chains including accessories 2.3.7 bolts and nuts 2.3.8 metal bearings and seals 2.3.9 anodes 2.3.10 welding consumables 2.3.20 doors, manholes, hatches 2.3.99 other steel and metal materials 2.4.0 non-metal materials (plastics, composites) 2.4.1 plates 2.4.2 bars 2.4.3 profiles and sections 2.4.4 forgings and castings 2.4.5 gratings 2.4.6 ropes and chains including accessories 2.4.7 bolts and nuts 2.4.8 non-metal bearings and seals 2.4.99 other non-metal materials 2.5.0 automobiles and associated equipment 2.5.1 trucks and associated equipment 2.5.2 trailers and associated equipment 2.5.3 vans, lorries and associated equipment 2.5.4 passenger cars and associated equipment 2.5.5 special vehicles and associated equipment 2.5.6 tyres / batteries / car accessories 2.5.99 other automobiles and associated equipment 2.6.0 downstream packing materials 2.6.1 drums 2.6.2 bottles and cans (glass, metal, plastic etc.) 2.6.3 fluid bags, small containers (less than 1 m3) etc. 2.6.4 boxes (various materials) 2.6.5 pallets 2.6.99 other packing materials 2.7.0 chemical / oils / paints 2.7.1 primers, coatings and paints 2.7.2 petroleum products (gas, oils, fuels etc.) 2.7.3 mud and associated additives 2.7.4 abrasives, polishes, compounds, adhesives 2.7.5 industrial gases 2.7.6 cleaning products (for sanitation products select category 2.12.06) 2.7.7 additives, inhibitors etc. 2.7.8 lubricants 2.7.9 production / process / drilling chemicals 2.7.10 laboratory chemicals 2.7.11 catalysts 2.7.12 completion fluids 2.7.13 cements and associated additives 2.7.99 other chemicals, oils and paints 2.8.0 insulation / refractory materials 2.8.1 fire protection materials 2.8.2 thermal insulation materials 2.8.3 acoustic insulation materials 2.8.99 other insulation and refractory materials 2.9.0 civil bulk materials 2.9.1 cement 2.9.2 sand and aggregates 2.9.3 reinforcing materials 2.9.4 inserts including anchors, bolts etc. 2.9.5 protection materials 2.9.99 other civil bulk materials 2.10.0 architectural / building materials 2.10.1 sanitary equipment 2.10.2 laundry and galley / kitchen equipment 2.10.3 floorings and wall / ceiling panels 2.10.4 doors, windows and shutters 2.10.5 textiles and wallpapers 2.10.6 warehouse equipment and supplies 2.10.7 catering equipment 2.10.8 signs and boards (information, warning, advertisements etc.) 2.10.99 other building materials 2.11.0 workshop and handtools 2.11.1 workshop equipment and handtools 2.11.2 welding equipment and accessories 2.11.3 cleaning equipment and accessories 2.11.4 mechanical handtools 2.11.5 electrical handtools 2.11.6 testing and measuring instruments / equipment 2.12.0 office administration products and consumables 2.12.1 office supplies / stationery 2.12.2 it consumables 2.12.3 pre-printed stationery (forms, envelopes etc.) 2.12.4 food products and beverages 2.12.5 kitchenware and tableware 2.12.6 cleaning / sanitary supplies 2.12.7 furniture 2.12.8 office equipment 2.12.9 sport and leisure equipment 2.12.10 newspapers, magazines and books - for own use 2.12.99 other office administration products and consumables 2.99.0 other products / equipment and materials 2.99.2 packing, crating and boxing materials 2.99.3 consumables for testing / inspection (film etc.) 2.99.4 uniforms and other types of clothing 2.99.5 scale models (ships, rigs, plants, equipment etc.) 2.99.98 various appreciation gifts 2.99.99 other products / equipment and materials 3.0.0 services 3.1.0 engineering services 3.1.1 project administration services 3.1.2 steel / construction / architectural services 3.1.3 process / utilities / piping / hvac services 3.1.4 equipment / mechanical services 3.1.5 electro / control / instrumentation services 3.1.6 pipeline services 3.1.7 subsea / diving / rov technology services 3.1.8 drilling / completion engineering services 3.1.9 civil engineering / concrete structure services 3.1.10 waste water treatment services 3.1.11 weight control services 3.1.12 telecommunication services 3.1.13 material technology / anti-corrosion / surface protection services 3.1.14 marine technology / hydrodynamic / aerodynamic services 3.1.15 fire and gas protection system services 3.1.16 production / petroleum engineering services 3.1.17 construction management and supervision services 3.1.18 mud engineering services 3.1.99 other engineering services 3.2.0 consultancy services 3.2.1 Quality Assurance QA / QC Consultancy 3.2.2 safety, health and environment consultancy 3.2.3 risk analysis consultancy 3.2.5 personnel / training system consultancy (for training courses select 3.99.13) 3.2.6 legal consultancy 3.2.7 purchasing and contracting consultancy 3.2.8 cost and planning consultancy 3.2.9 material administration consultancy 3.2.10 technical documentation / document control consultancy 3.2.11 advertising / public affairs / public relations consultancy 3.2.12 marketing and market research consultancy 3.2.13 translation and manual writing consultancy 3.2.14 welding and jointing consultancy 3.2.15 warranty surveyors 3.2.16 third party evaluation / verification consultancy 3.2.17 energy conservation consultancy 3.2.18 simulation consultancy 3.2.19 decommissioning and abandonment consultancy 3.2.20 meteorological consultancy 3.2.21 staff search / selection consultancy 3.2.22 sub-surface consultancy (geological, geophysical, reservoir) 3.2.23 design consultancy (industrial design, web design etc) 3.2.24 marine consultancy 3.2.25 subsea consultancy 3.2.26 career / outplacement consultancy 3.2.98 general management and business development consultancy 3.2.99 other consultancy services 3.3.0 research & development services (R & D) 3.3.1 Engineering (R & D) Services 3.3.2 Geological and Geophysical (R & D) Services 3.3.3 Drilling (R & D) Services 3.3.4 Subsea (R & D) Services 3.3.5 Safety and Environmental (R & D) Services 3.3.6 Information Technology (R & D) Services 3.3.7 Oil and Gas Production (R & D) Services 3.3.8 Refinery / Downstream Technology (R & D) Services 3.3.9 Petrochemicals (R & D) Services 3.3.10 Materials (R & D) Services 3.3.11 Reservoir (R & D) Services 3.3.99 other research and development services 3.4.0 exploration and production drilling services 3.4.1 drilling rigs (semisubmersibles / jackups / others) 3.4.2 production drilling services 3.4.3 conductor piling services 3.4.4 cementing services 3.4.5 casing / tubing running services 3.4.6 casing cutting services 3.4.7 MUD logging services 3.4.8 MWD / LWD services 3.4.9 turbine drilling / down hole motor services 3.4.10 electrical logging / calibration services 3.4.11 coring services 3.4.12 fishing / wireline fishing services 3.4.13 work-over services 3.4.14 snubbing services 3.4.15 drilling fluids / mud services 3.4.16 well testing services 3.4.17 underreaming services 3.4.18 exploration and development services 3.4.19 liner float, hanger and running equipment services 3.4.20 reservoir services 3.4.21 well completion services 3.4.22 well overhauling / stimulation services 3.4.23 wellhead services 3.4.24 wireline services 3.4.25 directional surveying services 3.4.26 cutting injections / cutting disposal services 3.4.27 recutting inspection services 3.4.28 rental of drill pipe 3.4.29 cased hole logging services (gyro, perforation, PLT, gauges) 3.4.30 drill stem testing services 3.4.31 directional drilling services 3.4.32 perforation services 3.4.33 gravel packing services 3.4.34 fracturating services 3.4.35 plugging services 3.4.36 well wash services 3.4.37 coiled tubing services 3.4.38 pumping services 3.4.39 fluid / bottom hole sampling services 3.4.40 octg services (cleaning, hardbanding, recutting, rethreading, storage) 3.4.41 well crisis management services 3.4.99 other drilling services 3.5.0 construction / modification / repair / maintenance / refurbishment services 3.5.1 steel / piping / mechanical services 3.5.2 electrical / instrument services 3.5.3 ventilation / heating / sanitary services 3.5.4 waste disposal / drainage services 3.5.5 insulation services 3.5.6 surface treatment, sandblasting, painting, coating and fireproofing services 3.5.7 scaffolding / rigging / covering services 3.5.8 civil works / building contracting services including drilling / tunnelling 3.5.9 diving / ROV / submersible operations 3.5.10 subsea construction services 3.5.11 generator services 3.5.12 pipe cutting and bending services 3.5.13 industrial cleaning services 3.5.14 catalyst handling / regeneration services 3.5.15 bolt tensioning services 3.5.16 rope access services 3.5.17 welding and jointing services 3.5.18 safety / protection / security / firefighting system services 3.5.19 preservation of mechanical and electrical component services 3.5.20 maintenance and modification of pumps and rotating equipment 3.5.21 heat treating and demagnetising services 3.5.22 vehicle maintenance and repair services 3.5.23 machining services (in situ and general machining) 3.5.24 site clean-up services 3.5.25 biological sludge treatment services 3.5.26 tank bottom sludge treatment services 3.5.27 piling services 3.5.30 valve management services including testing and repair 3.5.31 crane management services 3.5.99 other construction / maintenance services 3.6.0 installation services / marine contracting (for abandonment services see section 3.15) 3.6.1 pipelaying / cable laying services 3.6.2 trenching and excavation services 3.6.3 Diving / ROV / Submersible operations 3.6.4 cranes / crane barges / heavy lift vessels 3.6.5 hook-up and commissioning including marine installation services 3.6.6 mobile production units 3.6.7 dredging services 3.6.8 gravel and rock dumping services 3.6.9 Floating Storage Units (FSU) 3.6.10 subsea pipeline protection services 3.6.11 installation of subsea packages 3.6.13 mooring system services 3.6.99 other installation services 3.7.0 inspection / control and testing services 3.7.1 Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Services 3.7.2 pipeline flushing, external / internal inspection, pigging services 3.7.3 surface treatment inspection services 3.7.4 pressure testing services 3.7.5 instrument testing / calibration services 3.7.6 load testing services 3.7.7 Diving / ROV operations 3.7.8 laboratory testing services 3.7.10 dimensional control / verification services 3.7.12 third party measurement services 3.7.98 other inspection services 3.7.99 other testing services 3.8.0 transportation / supply / disposal services 3.8.1 Tugs / ROV support / diving support vessels 3.8.2 barges 3.8.3 air transport services of passengers and freight 3.8.4 accommodation platforms / vessels 3.8.5 rental of containers, baskets etc. 3.8.6 disposal / distribution and waste transport services etc. 3.8.7 salvage services etc. 3.8.8 rental of cranes and special vehicles 3.8.9 courier services 3.8.10 freight forwarding / logistics management services 3.8.11 transport broker and agent services 3.8.12 supply base / warehouse / storage services 3.8.13 ship chandler services 3.8.14 bulk truck transportation services 3.8.15 truck package / product transportation services 3.8.16 moving services 3.8.17 supply vessels 3.8.18 stand-by vessels 3.8.99 other transportation / supply and disposal services 3.9.0 surveying / positioning services 3.9.1 soil investigation services 3.9.2 navigation / positioning services 3.9.3 geotechnical services 3.9.4 geophysical and hydrographic site survey services 3.9.5 oceanographic services 3.9.6 rig positioning services 3.9.7 photogrammetry surveying services 3.9.8 chart and map production services 3.9.9 rental of surveying / positioning equipment 3.9.10 survey and positioning support services 3.9.99 other surveying / positioning services 3.10.0 seismic services 3.10.1 2D / 3D / 4D seismic data acquisition services 3.10.2 2D / 3D / 4D seismic data processing services 3.10.3 site surveys services 3.10.4 well velocity survey services 3.10.5 rental of seismic equipment 3.10.6 2D / 3D / 4D seismic data interpretation services 3.10.99 other seismic services 3.11.0 information systems / information technology / communication services 3.11.1 network installation / support services 3.11.2 software development and support services 3.11.3 computer based modelling services 3.11.4 computer based simulation / training program services 3.11.5 CAD / CAP Services 3.11.6 hardware installation support services 3.11.7 operating systems installation / support services 3.11.8 user support / help desk services 3.11.9 it management consultancy services 3.11.10 data management services 3.11.11 general IS / IT consultancy services 3.11.20 telecommunication installation / support services 3.11.21 data and message transmitting services 3.11.22 rental of telecom lines 3.11.23 telecom subscription services 3.11.24 public address system services 3.11.98 other communication services 3.11.99 other information systems (IS) / information technology (IT) services 3.12.0 petroleum technology services 3.12.7 geophysical interpretation services 3.12.8 petrophysical interpretation services 3.12.9 geological evaluation services (organic geochemistry, petrology, diagenesis, biostratigraphy, fluid characterisation, pvt, core analysis, flooding) 3.12.10 reservoir evaluation services 3.12.99 other petroleum technology services 3.13.0 certification and integrity services 3.13.1 quality management systems certification 3.13.2 environmental management systems certification 3.13.3 safety management systems certification 3.13.4 information security management systems certification 3.13.5 certification of welders 3.13.6 certification of ndt personnel 3.13.7 certification of machinery 3.13.8 certification of cranes and lifting appliances 3.13.9 certification of pressurised equipment 3.13.10 evaluation and certification of software and electronics (it) 3.13.11 notified body for machinery 3.13.12 notified body for simple pressure vessels 3.13.13 notified body for telecommunication terminal equipment 3.13.14 notified body for medical equipment 3.13.15 notified body for personal protection equipment 3.13.16 notified body for lifts 3.13.17 notified body for pressure containing equipment 3.13.30 integrity management services 3.13.99 other certification services 3.14.0 financial and insurance services 3.14.1 banking services 3.14.2 monetary intermediation services 3.14.3 credit granting services 3.14.4 financial markets administration services 3.14.5 security broking and fund management services 3.14.18 financial management consultancy services 3.14.19 other banking and financial services 3.14.20 accounting services 3.14.21 auditing services 3.14.30 life insurance services 3.14.31 pension funding services 3.14.32 non-life insurance services 3.14.33 insurance broking services 3.14.39 other insurance services 3.15.0 decommissioning and abandonment services 3.15.1 project management services 3.15.2 marine services 3.15.3 subsea services 3.15.4 well services 3.15.5 cutting services 3.15.6 site services 3.15.7 waste management services 3.15.8 integrity / legislation services 3.15.99 other decommissioning and abandonment services 3.20.0 service station maintenance / services 3.20.1 car wash equipment maintenance / services 3.20.2 canopy equipment maintenance / services 3.20.3 signs and accessories maintenance / services 3.20.4 service station pumps maintenance / services 3.20.5 payment terminal maintenance / services 3.20.6 service station tanks maintenance / services 3.20.99 other service station maintenance / services 3.90.0 exchange and throughput services 3.90.1 exchange and throughput services 3.99.0 other supporting services 3.99.2 temporary accommodation / camp services 3.99.3 catering services 3.99.4 cleaning and laundry services 3.99.5 security services 3.99.6 rental of equipment 3.99.7 printing and copying services 3.99.8 photographic / film / video services 3.99.9 technical drafting services 3.99.10 travel agency, car rental services etc. 3.99.12 medical services 3.99.13 training course / seminar services 3.99.14 recreational services 3.99.15 hotel and conference services 3.99.16 rental of housing and office space etc. 3.99.17 energy / electrical power supply services 3.99.18 manpower supply, temporary staff hiring - technical 3.99.19 manpower supply, temporary staff hiring - administration 3.99.20 library services 3.99.21 equipment brokerage services 3.99.22 horticultural / grounds maintenance services 3.99.99 other supporting services 4.0.0 multidiscipline / combined supplies and/or services (turnkey / packages) 4.1.0 engineering / procurement 4.1.1 steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms 4.1.2 floating facilities / systems including storage / loading 4.1.3 subsea systems 4.1.4 pipeline systems 4.1.5 risers 4.1.6 umbilicals 4.1.7 terminal / oil movement systems 4.1.8 accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules 4.1.9 process modules / packages 4.1.10 utilities modules / packages 4.1.11 drilling modules / packages 4.1.12 buildings including service stations 4.1.99 other systems 4.2.0 engineering / procurement / construction 4.2.1 steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms 4.2.2 floating facilities / systems including storage / loading 4.2.3 subsea systems 4.2.4 pipeline systems 4.2.5 risers 4.2.6 umbilicals 4.2.7 terminal / oil movement systems 4.2.8 accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules 4.2.9 process modules / packages 4.2.10 utilities modules / packages 4.2.11 drilling modules / packages 4.2.12 buildings including service stations 4.2.99 other systems 4.3.0 engineering / procurement / construction / installation 4.3.1 steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms 4.3.2 floating facilities / systems including storage / loading 4.3.3 subsea systems 4.3.4 pipeline systems 4.3.5 risers 4.3.6 umbilicals 4.3.7 terminal / oil movement systems 4.3.8 accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules 4.3.9 process modules / packages 4.3.10 utilities modules / packages 4.3.11 drilling modules / packages 4.3.12 buildings including service stations 4.3.99 other systems 4.4.0 engineering / procurement / construction / installation / commissioning 4.4.1 steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms 4.4.2 floating facilities / systems including storage / loading 4.4.3 subsea systems 4.4.4 pipeline systems 4.4.5 risers 4.4.6 umbilicals 4.4.7 terminal / oil movement systems 4.4.8 accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules 4.4.9 process modules / packages 4.4.10 utilities modules / packages 4.4.11 drilling modules / packages 4.4.12 buildings including service stations 4.4.99 other systems 4.5.0 integrated services 4.5.1 management and provision of all facilities engineering, modification and maintenance services for a site / platform 4.5.2 management and operations, including production supervision of all facilities, engineering, modification and maintenance services for site / platform 4.5.3 hydrocarbon reservoir development and production services 4.5.4 extended well test / early production services including provision of floating or jackup production unit 4.5.5 well management / construction services 4.5.6 management and provision of all catering, cleaning, office and security service at location / platform 4.5.7 field development

Agricultural, farming, fishing, forestry and related products

First Point Assessment | Published April 3, 2012
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First Point Assessment (FPAL) has been established as an industry-based company to create opportunities for improving efficiency and reducing costs throughout the supply chain. FPAL provide a register of suppliers and contractors to the above list of subscribing oil and gas industry purchasing group companies who may use the database as their first stage of qualification in the selection of tenderers for contracts subject to EU rules. 1.0.0 Products / Equipment / Materials 1.1.0 Drilling Equipment 1.1.1 Drilling Machinery, Mud Equipment and Accessories 1.1.2 Production Surface Equipment 1.1.3 Drilling Tools and Retrievable Production Tools 1.1.4 Casing, Tubing, Liner, Connectors and Accessories (OCTG) 1.1.5 Cementing Equipment and Line Hanger Systems 1.1.6 Fishing and Repair Tools (Drilling) 1.1.7 Drilling and Mud Control Instruments 1.1.8 Production Well Test and Monitoring Instruments 1.1.9 Wellhead Equipment, X-mas Trees and Accessories 1.1.10 Production String Components 1.1.11 Derricks and Accessories 1.1.12 Drill Bits 1.1.13 BOP and Accessories 1.1.14 Wireline Equipment and Accessories 1.1.15 Coiled Tubing Tools and Accessories 1.1.16 Down Hole Pressure Control Equipment 1.1.17 Pipe Handling and Lifting Equipment 1.1.18 Subsea Equipment 1.1.99 Other Drilling and Production Equipment 1.2.0 Material and Product Handling Equipment 1.2.1 Cranes, Davits, Hoists and Winches 1.2.2 Elevators 1.2.3 Other Lifting Gear and Accessories 1.2.4 Trucks, Forklifts etc 1.2.5 Baskets, Containers and Trolleys 1.2.6 Conveyors, Feeders and Accessories 1.2.7 Packing Equipment and Accessories 1.2.8 Miscellaneous Docking Equipment 1.2.9 Jetty Equipment including Loading Arms / Hoses etc. 1.2.10 Scaffolding 1.2.11 Tarpaulins 1.2.12 Weighing Equipment and Accessories 1.2.99 Other Material and Product Handling Equipment 1.3.0 Compressors / Expanders / Blowers and Accessories 1.3.1 Centrifugal Compressors 1.3.2 Reciprocating Compressors 1.3.3 Screw / Rotary Compressors 1.3.4 Axial Compressors 1.3.5 Blowers and Fans 1.3.6 Gas Expanders 1.3.7 Jet Compressors 1.3.8 Steam Ejectors / Thermocompressors 1.3.99 Other Compressors, Blowers and Accessories 1.4.0 Pumps and Accessories 1.4.1 Centrifugal and Rotary Pumps 1.4.2 Reciprocating Pumps 1.4.3 Diaphragm Pumps 1.4.4 Screw Pumps 1.4.5 Submersible Pumps 1.4.6 Multiphase Pumps 1.4.7 Liquid Jet Pumps / Eductors 1.4.99 Other Pumps and Accessories 1.5.0 Drivers and Accessories 1.5.1 Electric Motors / Drives 1.5.2 Gas Turbines 1.5.3 Steam Turbines 1.5.4 Oil / Diesel Engines 1.5.5 Air / Gas Engines 1.5.6 Hydraulic Drivers 1.5.7 Gear Boxes, Gear Units, Couplings 1.5.8 Submersible Motors 1.5.9 Propulsion Units and Accessories 1.5.99 Other Drivers and Accessories 1.6.0 Heaters / Furnaces / Boilers 1.6.1 Direct fired Heaters / Boilers (Oil, LPG, Gas) and Accessories 1.6.2 Steam Boilers 1.6.3 Electric Heaters 1.6.4 Stacks, Flares and Accessories 1.6.99 Other Heaters, Furnaces, Boilers and Accessories 1.7.0 Heat Exchangers / Heat Transfer Equipment 1.7.1 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers 1.7.2 Plate Heat Exchangers 1.7.3 Air Coolers 1.7.4 Waste Heat Recovery Units 1.7.5 Miscellaneous Coolers and Condensers 1.7.99 Other Heat Transfer Equipment 1.8.0 Tanks / Vessels / Columns 1.8.1 Storage Tanks including Spheres and Accessories 1.8.2 Pressure Vessels, Drums, Accumulators etc 1.8.3 Columns and Accessories 1.8.4 Tank / Vessel / Column Internals 1.8.99 Other Tanks, Vessels, Columns and Accessories 1.9.0 Electrical Equipment and Materials 1.9.1 Generators, Power Sources, Units and Accessories 1.9.2 Transformers and Accessories 1.9.3 Switch / Control Equipment, Plugs, Connectors etc. 1.9.4 Rectifiers, Inverters and Converters 1.9.5 Distribution Equipment and Materials (Circuit Breakers, Junction / Terminal Boxes etc.) 1.9.6 Lamps, Lighting Fixtures, Lighting Equipment etc. 1.9.7 Cables, Cords, Wires and Accessories 1.9.8 Cathodic Protection Equipment 1.9.9 Transits and Glands 1.9.10 Electrical Connectors - Subsea 1.9.11 Cable Racks and Trays 1.9.99 Other Electrical Equipment and Materials 1.10.0 Instrumentation / Communication and Process Control Equipment / Materials 1.10.1 Pressure Instruments 1.10.2 Temperature Instruments 1.10.3 Level Instruments 1.10.4 Flow Instruments 1.10.5 Fire / Smoke / Gas / Heat Detection Instruments 1.10.6 Instrument Tubing and Fittings 1.10.7 Junction Boxes 1.10.8 Process Control and Monitoring Equipment and Systems 1.10.9 Metering Equipment and Systems 1.10.10 Detectors and Analysers 1.10.11 Control Panels and Control Stations 1.10.12 Sonar / Radar / DP / Navigation / Positioning Equipment and Systems 1.10.13 Corrosion Monitoring Systems 1.10.14 Simulator Systems 1.10.15 Acoustic Equipment 1.10.16 Acoustic Telemetry Systems 1.10.17 Meteorological Instruments / Equipment 1.10.97 Other Alarm / Control Systems 1.10.98 Instrument and Communication Cables 1.10.99 Other Instrument / Communication and Process Control Equipment / Materials 1.11.0 Miscellaneous Mechanical Equipment 1.11.1 Mechanical Separators, Tumblers Chlorinators, Hydrocyclones, Scrubbers and Accessories 1.11.2 Regenerative / Non-Regenerative Filters, Strainers and Accessories 1.11.3 Mixers, Agitators, Blenders, Feeders and Accessories 1.11.4 Hydraulic Units and Accessories 1.11.5 Fresh Water Treatment / Desalination Systems and Accessories 1.11.6 Gas Treatment Units and Accessories 1.11.7 Pressure Reduction Stations for Gas Distribution 1.11.99 Other Mechanical Equipment and Accessories 1.12.0 Cooling / Heating / Ventilation / Air Conditioning Equipment 1.12.1 HVAC System Packages 1.12.2 Cooling and Refrigeration Units 1.12.3 Humidifiers, Dryers etc. 1.12.4 Air Fans 1.12.5 Filters, Coalescers and Accessories 1.12.6 Dampers and Accessories 1.12.7 Ducting etc. 1.12.8 Heating Coils / Units (Electric, Steam, Water etc.) 1.12.99 Other HVAC Equipment and Accessories 1.13.0 Marine / Diving and Pipeline Equipment 1.13.1 Anchoring / Buoying Equipment 1.13.2 ROVs, ROV Tools and Accessories 1.13.4 Ships Gear 1.13.5 Turrets 1.13.6 Diving Equipment - Personal Equipment (Diving Helmets, Suits, Knives, Lead Belts etc.) 1.13.7 Diving Equipment - Vessel based Equipment (Diving Bells) (Compression Chambers, Gas mix batteries, Umbilicals etc.) 1.13.20 Pipeline Equipment, Connectors and Accessories 1.13.21 Pig Launchers / Transmitters / Traps / Receivers and Accessories 1.13.22 Pigging Equipment and Accessories 1.13.23 Through Flowline Systems and Tools 1.13.99 Other Marine / Diving and Pipeline Equipment and Accessories 1.14.0 Computer and Communication Equipment 1.14.1 Computer Hardware - Work Stations (PCs and Unix) 1.14.2 Computer Hardware - Servers (PCs, Unix) 1.14.3 Computer Hardware - Mainframes (CPUs, Storage and other Mainframe Equipment and Accessories) 1.14.4 Computer Peripherals, (VDUs, Printers and other Peripherals) 1.14.5 Communication Equipment and Accessories (Routers, Modems, HUBs, Cables etc.) 1.14.6 Databases, Software Development Tools, Application Generators, Data Administration Tools etc. 1.14.7 General Business Software (Financial, Logistics, Personnel, Document Administration, Management Information etc.) 1.14.8 General Technical Software Systems (Specialist Systems, CAD/CAP etc.) 1.14.9 Technical Oil / Gas related Software Systems (Reservoir, Geological, Drilling etc.) 1.14.10 Office Automation Software (Spreadsheet, Planning, Word Processing, Graphics, Filing / Retrieval etc.) 1.14.11 Utility Software (Operational Support, Security Systems, Networks (LAN/WAN) Communications Software etc.) 1.14.20 Telecommunication Equipment and Systems (PABXs, Telephone Equipment, Telex / Telefax, Accessories etc.) 1.14.21 Audio / Video Equipment and Accessories 1.14.22 Personal Communication Equipment and Accessories (PDA, Tablet PC, Cell Phone, PCMCIA / GSM Card) 1.14.99 Other Computer and Communication Equipment and Accessories 1.15.0 Laboratory / Medical Equipment 1.15.1 General Laboratory Apparatus and Requisites 1.15.3 Medical Equipment and Supplies 1.15.99 Other Laboratory and Medical Equipment and Accessories 1.16.0 Safety / Protection / Security / Firefighting Equipment 1.16.1 Security Equipment and Accessories 1.16.2 Safety and Protection Equipment / Products, Life Boats and Life Rafts 1.16.3 Firefighting Equipment / Products 1.16.4 Escape Tools / Equipment 1.16.5 Fire / Gas Detection / Protection Systems 1.16.6 Inert Gas / Nitrogen Systems 1.16.99 Other Safety / Security / Firefighting Equipment and Accessories 1.17.0 Environmental Equipment / Products 1.17.1 Waste Water Disposal / Recovery Equipment 1.17.2 Oil Recovery Equipment and Accessories 1.17.3 Waste Gas Treatment / Recovery Equipment 1.17.4 Noise Abatement Equipment and Accessories 1.17.5 Asbestos Removal Equipment and Accessories 1.17.98 Other Waste Disposal / Recovery Equipment 1.17.99 Other Environmental Equipment / Products 1.18.0 Packages - Construction / Outfitting 1.18.3 Chemical Injection Systems 1.18.4 Subsea - Packages 1.18.5 Helideck Systems / Packages 1.18.6 Steel / Metal / Composite Outfitting (Gangways, Rails etc.) 1.18.7 Prefabricated Spools, pipework etc. (Steel / Metal / Composites) 1.18.99 Other Industrial Equipment, Packages and Units 1.19.0 Service Station Equipment / Materials / Products 1.19.1 Shop Fittings 1.19.2 Car Wash Equipment and Accessories 1.19.3 Canopies and Accessories 1.19.4 Service Station Signs and Accessories 1.19.5 Service Station Pumps and Accessories 1.19.6 Service Station Payment Terminals and Accessories 1.19.7 Service Station Tanks and Accessories 1.19.8 Food Products for Resale (Tobacco, Soft Drinks, Fresh Foods, Dry Foods etc.) 1.19.9 Fast Food Products for Resale (Bake-off, Hot dogs etc.) 1.19.10 Non-food Products for Resale (Glycol, Lubricants, Windscreen Cleaner, Other related chemical Products, Leisure Products etc.) 1.19.11 Home Entertainment Products for Resale (Video, CD's etc.) 1.19.12 Newspapers and Magazines (for Resale) 1.19.99 Other Service Station Equipment and Materials 2.0.0 Products / Equipment / Materials (Continued) 2.1.0 Pipes / Tubes / Hoses and Fittings 2.1.1 Seamless Pipes and Tubes 2.1.2 Welded Pipes and Tubes 2.1.3 Non-Metal Pipes and Tubes 2.1.4 Hoses 2.1.5 Flanges, Elbows, Fittings Hangers and Pipe Supports 2.1.6 Gaskets, Jointings, Packings and Tightenings 2.1.7 Non-Metal Flanges, Elbows Fittings and Pipe Supports 2.1.8 Insulated Pipes, Tubes, Hoses and Accessories 2.1.9 Flexible Pipes 2.1.99 Other Pipes, Tubes, Hoses, Hubs, Pipe Penetrators and Fittings etc. 2.2.0 Valves and Accessories 2.2.2 Check Valves 2.2.3 Control Valves and Accessories 2.2.4 Safety Valves, Relief Valves and Bursting Discs 2.2.5 Subsea Valves 2.2.6 Solenoid Valves 2.2.7 Actuators and various Valve Instrumentation 2.2.8 Ball Valves 2.2.9 Butterfly Valves 2.2.10 Diaphragm Valves 2.2.11 Gate Valves 2.2.12 Globe Valves 2.2.13 Needle Valves 2.2.14 Plug Valves 2.2.99 Other Valves and Accessories 2.3.0 Steel / Metal Materials 2.3.1 Plates 2.3.2 Bars 2.3.3 Profiles and Sections 2.3.4 Forgings and Castings 2.3.5 Gratings 2.3.6 Wires and Steel Chains including Accessories 2.3.7 Bolts and Nuts 2.3.8 Metal Bearings and Seals 2.3.9 Anodes 2.3.10 Welding Consumables 2.3.20 Doors, Manholes, Hatches 2.3.99 Other Steel and Metal Materials 2.4.0 Non-Metal Materials (Plastics, Composites) 2.4.1 Plates 2.4.2 Bars 2.4.3 Profiles and Sections 2.4.4 Forgings and Castings 2.4.5 Gratings 2.4.6 Ropes and Chains including Accessories 2.4.7 Bolts and Nuts 2.4.8 Non-Metal Bearings and Seals 2.4.99 Other non-Metal Materials 2.5.0 Automobiles and Associated Equipment 2.5.1 Trucks and Associated Equipment 2.5.2 Trailers and Associated Equipment 2.5.3 Vans, Lorries and Associated Equipment 2.5.4 Passenger Cars and Associated Equipment 2.5.5 Special Vehicles and Associated Equipment 2.5.6 Tyres / Batteries / Car Accessories 2.5.99 Other Automobiles and Associated Equipment 2.6.0 Downstream Packing Materials 2.6.1 Drums 2.6.2 Bottles and Cans (Glass, Metal, Plastic etc.) 2.6.3 Fluid Bags, Small Containers (less than 1 m3) etc. 2.6.4 Boxes (various Materials) 2.6.5 Pallets 2.6.99 Other Packing Materials 2.7.0 Chemical / Oils / Paints 2.7.1 Primers, Coatings and Paints 2.7.2 Petroleum Products (Gas, Oils, Fuels etc.) 2.7.3 Mud and Associated Additives 2.7.4 Abrasives, Polishes, Compounds, Adhesives 2.7.5 Industrial Gases 2.7.6 Cleaning Products (For Sanitation Products select Category 2.12.06) 2.7.7 Additives, Inhibitors etc. 2.7.8 Lubricants 2.7.9 Production / Process / Drilling Chemicals 2.7.10 Laboratory Chemicals 2.7.11 Catalysts 2.7.12 Completion Fluids 2.7.13 Cements and Associated Additives 2.7.99 Other Chemicals, Oils and Paints 2.8.0 Insulation / Refractory Materials 2.8.1 Fire Protection Materials 2.8.2 Thermal Insulation Materials 2.8.3 Acoustic Insulation Materials 2.8.99 Other Insulation and Refractory Materials 2.9.0 Civil Bulk Materials 2.9.1 Cement 2.9.2 Sand and Aggregates 2.9.3 Reinforcing Materials 2.9.4 Inserts including Anchors, Bolts etc. 2.9.5 Protection Materials 2.9.99 Other Civil Bulk Materials 2.10.0 Architectural / Building Materials 2.10.1 Sanitary Equipment 2.10.2 Laundry and Galley / Kitchen Equipment 2.10.3 Floorings and Wall / Ceiling Panels 2.10.4 Doors, Windows and Shutters 2.10.5 Textiles and Wallpapers 2.10.6 Warehouse Equipment and Supplies 2.10.7 Catering Equipment 2.10.8 Signs and Boards (Information, Warning, Advertisements etc.) 2.10.99 Other Building Materials 2.11.0 Workshop and Handtools 2.11.1 Workshop Equipment and Handtools 2.11.2 Welding Equipment and Accessories 2.11.3 Cleaning Equipment and Accessories 2.11.4 Mechanical Handtools 2.11.5 Electrical Handtools 2.11.6 Testing and Measuring Instruments / Equipment 2.12.0 Office Administration Products and Consumables 2.12.1 Office Supplies / Stationery 2.12.2 IT Consumables 2.12.3 Pre-printed Stationery (Forms, Envelopes etc.) 2.12.4 Food Products and Beverages 2.12.5 Kitchenware and Tableware 2.12.6 Cleaning / Sanitary Supplies 2.12.7 Furniture 2.12.8 Office Equipment 2.12.9 Sport and Leisure Equipment 2.12.10 Newspapers, Magazines and Books - for own use 2.12.99 Other Office Administration Products and Consumables 2.99.0 Other Products / Equipment and Materials 2.99.2 Packing, Crating and Boxing Materials 2.99.3 Consumables for Testing / Inspection (Film etc.) 2.99.4 Uniforms and other types of Clothing 2.99.5 Scale Models (Ships, Rigs, Plants, Equipment etc.) 2.99.98 Various Appreciation Gifts 2.99.99 Other Products / Equipment and Materials 3.0.0 Services 3.1.0 Engineering Services 3.1.1 Project Administration Services 3.1.2 Steel / Construction / Architectural Services 3.1.3 Process / Utilities / Piping / HVAC Services 3.1.4 Equipment / Mechanical Services 3.1.5 Electro / Control / Instrumentation Services 3.1.6 Pipeline Services 3.1.7 Subsea / Diving / ROV Technology Services 3.1.8 Drilling / Completion Engineering Services 3.1.9 Civil Engineering / Concrete Structure Services 3.1.10 Waste Water Treatment Services 3.1.11 Weight Control Services 3.1.12 Telecommunication Services 3.1.13 Material Technology / Anti-Corrosion / Surface Protection Services 3.1.14 Marine Technology / Hydrodynamic / Aerodynamic Services 3.1.15 Fire and Gas Protection System Services 3.1.16 Production / Petroleum Engineering Services 3.1.17 Construction Management and Supervision Services 3.1.18 Mud Engineering Services 3.1.99 Other Engineering Services 3.2.0 Consultancy Services 3.2.1 Quality Assurance QA / QC Consultancy 3.2.2 Safety, Health and Environment Consultancy 3.2.3 Risk Analysis Consultancy 3.2.5 Personnel / Training System Consultancy (For training courses select 3.99.13) 3.2.6 Legal Consultancy 3.2.7 Purchasing and Contracting Consultancy 3.2.8 Cost and Planning Consultancy 3.2.9 Material Administration Consultancy 3.2.10 Technical Documentation / Document Control Consultancy 3.2.11 Advertising / Public Affairs / Public Relations Consultancy 3.2.12 Marketing and Market Research Consultancy 3.2.13 Translation and Manual Writing Consultancy 3.2.14 Welding and Jointing Consultancy 3.2.15 Warranty Surveyors 3.2.16 Third Party Evaluation / Verification Consultancy 3.2.17 Energy Conservation Consultancy 3.2.18 Simulation Consultancy 3.2.19 Decommissioning and Abandonment Consultancy 3.2.20 Meteorological Consultancy 3.2.21 Staff Search / Selection Consultancy 3.2.22 Sub-surface Consultancy (Geological, Geophysical, Reservoir) 3.2.23 Design Consultancy (Industrial Design, Web Design etc) 3.2.24 Marine Consultancy 3.2.25 Subsea Consultancy 3.2.26 Career / Outplacement Consultancy 3.2.98 General Management and Business Development Consultancy 3.2.99 Other Consultancy Services 3.3.0 Research & Development Services (R & D) 3.3.1 Engineering (R & D) Services 3.3.2 Geological and Geophysical (R & D) Services 3.3.3 Drilling (R & D) Services 3.3.4 Subsea (R & D) Services 3.3.5 Safety and Environmental (R & D) Services 3.3.6 Information Technology (R & D) Services 3.3.7 Oil and Gas Production (R & D) Services 3.3.8 Refinery / Downstream Technology (R & D) Services 3.3.9 Petrochemicals (R & D) Services 3.3.10 Materials (R & D) Services 3.3.11 Reservoir (R & D) Services 3.3.99 Other Research and Development Services 3.4.0 Exploration and Production Drilling Services 3.4.1 Drilling Rigs (Semisubmersibles / Jackups / Others) 3.4.2 Production Drilling Services 3.4.3 Conductor Piling Services 3.4.4 Cementing Services 3.4.5 Casing / Tubing Running Services 3.4.6 Casing Cutting Services 3.4.7 Mud Logging Services 3.4.8 MWD / LWD Services 3.4.9 Turbine Drilling / Down Hole Motor Services 3.4.10 Electrical Logging / Calibration Services 3.4.11 Coring Services 3.4.12 Fishing / Wireline Fishing Services 3.4.13 Work-over Services 3.4.14 Snubbing Services 3.4.15 Drilling Fluids / Mud Services 3.4.16 Well Testing Services 3.4.17 Underreaming Services 3.4.18 Exploration and Development Services 3.4.19 Liner Float, Hanger and Running Equipment Services 3.4.20 Reservoir Services 3.4.21 Well Completion Services 3.4.22 Well Overhauling / Stimulation Services 3.4.23 Wellhead Services 3.4.24 Wireline Services 3.4.25 Directional Surveying Services 3.4.26 Cutting Injections / Cutting Disposal Services 3.4.27 Recutting Inspection Services 3.4.28 Rental of Drill Pipe 3.4.29 Cased Hole Logging Services (Gyro, Perforation, PLT, Gauges) 3.4.30 Drill Stem Testing Services 3.4.31 Directional Drilling Services 3.4.32 Perforation Services 3.4.33 Gravel Packing Services 3.4.34 Fracturating Services 3.4.35 Plugging Services 3.4.36 Well Wash Services 3.4.37 Coiled Tubing Services 3.4.38 Pumping Services 3.4.39 Fluid / Bottom Hole Sampling Services 3.4.40 OCTG Services (Cleaning, Hardbanding, Recutting, Rethreading, Storage) 3.4.41 Well Crisis Management Services 3.4.99 Other Drilling Services 3.5.0 Construction / Modification / Repair / Maintenance / Refurbishment Services 3.5.1 Steel / Piping / Mechanical Services 3.5.2 Electrical / Instrument Services 3.5.3 Ventilation / Heating / Sanitary Services 3.5.4 Waste Disposal / Drainage Services 3.5.5 Insulation Services 3.5.6 Surface Treatment, Sandblasting, Painting, Coating and Fireproofing Services 3.5.7 Scaffolding / Rigging / Covering Services 3.5.8 Civil Works / Building Contracting Services including Drilling / Tunnelling 3.5.9 Diving / ROV / Submersible operations 3.5.10 Subsea Construction Services 3.5.11 Generator Services 3.5.12 Pipe Cutting and Bending Services 3.5.13 Industrial Cleaning Services 3.5.14 Catalyst Handling / Regeneration Services 3.5.15 Bolt Tensioning Services 3.5.16 Rope Access Services 3.5.17 Welding and Jointing Services 3.5.18 Safety / Protection / Security / Firefighting System Services 3.5.19 Preservation of Mechanical and Electrical Component Services 3.5.20 Maintenance and Modification of Pumps and Rotating Equipment 3.5.21 Heat Treating and Demagnetising Services 3.5.22 Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Services 3.5.23 Machining Services (In Situ and General Machining) 3.5.24 Site Clean-up Services 3.5.25 Biological Sludge Treatment Services 3.5.26 Tank Bottom Sludge Treatment Services 3.5.27 Piling Services 3.5.30 Valve Management Services including testing and repair 3.5.31 Crane Management Services 3.5.99 Other Construction / Maintenance Services 3.6.0 Installation Services / Marine Contracting (For Abandonment Services see Section 3.15) 3.6.1 Pipelaying / Cable Laying Services 3.6.2 Trenching and Excavation Services 3.6.3 Diving / ROV / Submersible operations 3.6.4 Cranes / Crane Barges / Heavy Lift Vessels 3.6.5 Hook-up and Commissioning including Marine Installation Services 3.6.6 Mobile Production Units 3.6.7 Dredging Services 3.6.8 Gravel and Rock Dumping Services 3.6.9 Floating Storage Units (FSU) 3.6.10 Subsea Pipeline Protection Services 3.6.11 Installation of Subsea Packages 3.6.13 Mooring System Services 3.6.99 Other Installation Services 3.7.0 Inspection / Control and Testing Services 3.7.1 Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Services 3.7.2 Pipeline Flushing, External / Internal Inspection, Pigging Services 3.7.3 Surface Treatment Inspection Services 3.7.4 Pressure Testing Services 3.7.5 Instrument Testing / Calibration Services 3.7.6 Load Testing Services 3.7.7 Diving / ROV operations 3.7.8 Laboratory Testing Services 3.7.10 Dimensional Control / Verification Services 3.7.12 Third Party Measurement Services 3.7.98 Other Inspection Services 3.7.99 Other Testing Services 3.8.0 Transportation / Supply / Disposal Services 3.8.1 Tugs / ROV Support / Diving Support Vessels 3.8.2 Barges 3.8.3 Air Transport Services of Passengers and Freight 3.8.4 Accommodation Platforms / Vessels 3.8.5 Rental of Containers, Baskets etc. 3.8.6 Disposal / Distribution and Waste Transport Services etc. 3.8.7 Salvage Services etc. 3.8.8 Rental of Cranes and Special Vehicles 3.8.9 Courier Services 3.8.10 Freight Forwarding / Logistics Management Services 3.8.11 Transport Broker and Agent Services 3.8.12 Supply Base / Warehouse / Storage Services 3.8.13 Ship Chandler Services 3.8.14 Bulk Truck Transportation Services 3.8.15 Truck Package / Product Transportation Services 3.8.16 Moving Services 3.8.17 Supply Vessels 3.8.18 Stand-by Vessels 3.8.99 Other Transportation / Supply and Disposal Services 3.9.0 Surveying / Positioning Services 3.9.1 Soil Investigation Services 3.9.2 Navigation / Positioning Services 3.9.3 Geotechnical Services 3.9.4 Geophysical and Hydrographic Site Survey Services 3.9.5 Oceanographic Services 3.9.6 Rig Positioning Services 3.9.7 Photogrammetry Surveying Services 3.9.8 Chart and Map Production Services 3.9.9 Rental of Surveying / Positioning Equipment 3.9.10 Survey and Positioning Support Services 3.9.99 Other Surveying / Positioning Services 3.10.0 Seismic Services 3.10.1 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Acquisition Services 3.10.2 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Processing Services 3.10.3 Site Surveys Services 3.10.4 Well Velocity Survey Services 3.10.5 Rental of Seismic Equipment 3.10.6 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Interpretation Services 3.10.99 Other Seismic Services 3.11.0 Information Systems / Information Technology / Communication Services 3.11.1 Network Installation / Support Services 3.11.2 Software Development and Support Services 3.11.3 Computer Based Modelling Services 3.11.4 Computer Based Simulation / Training Program Services 3.11.5 CAD / CAP Services 3.11.6 Hardware Installation Support Services 3.11.7 Operating Systems Installation / Support Services 3.11.8 User Support / Help Desk Services 3.11.9 IT Management Consultancy Services 3.11.10 Data Management Services 3.11.11 General IS / IT Consultancy Services 3.11.20 Telecommunication Installation / Support Services 3.11.21 Data and Message Transmitting Services 3.11.22 Rental of Telecom Lines 3.11.23 Telecom Subscription Services 3.11.24 Public Address System Services 3.11.98 Other Communication Services 3.11.99 Other Information Systems (IS) / Information Technology (IT) Services 3.12.0 Petroleum Technology Services 3.12.7 Geophysical Interpretation Services 3.12.8 Petrophysical Interpretation Services 3.12.9 Geological Evaluation Services (Organic Geochemistry, Petrology, Diagenesis, Biostratigraphy, Fluid Characterisation, PVT, Core Analysis, Flooding) 3.12.10 Reservoir Evaluation Services 3.12.99 Other Petroleum Technology Services 3.13.0 Certification and Integrity Services 3.13.1 Quality Management Systems Certification 3.13.2 Environmental Management Systems Certification 3.13.3 Safety Management Systems Certification 3.13.4 Information Security Management Systems Certification 3.13.5 Certification of Welders 3.13.6 Certification of NDT Personnel 3.13.7 Certification of Machinery 3.13.8 Certification of Cranes and Lifting Appliances 3.13.9 Certification of Pressurised Equipment 3.13.10 Evaluation and Certification of Software and Electronics (IT) 3.13.11 Notified Body for Machinery 3.13.12 Notified Body for simple Pressure Vessels 3.13.13 Notified Body for Telecommunication Terminal Equipment 3.13.14 Notified Body for Medical Equipment 3.13.15 Notified Body for Personal Protection Equipment 3.13.16 Notified Body for Lifts 3.13.17 Notified Body for Pressure Containing Equipment 3.13.30 Integrity Management Services 3.13.99 Other Certification Services 3.14.0 Financial and Insurance Services 3.14.1 Banking Services 3.14.2 Monetary Intermediation Services 3.14.3 Credit Granting Services 3.14.4 Financial Markets Administration Services 3.14.5 Security Broking and Fund Management Services 3.14.18 Financial Management Consultancy Services 3.14.19 Other Banking and Financial Services 3.14.20 Accounting Services 3.14.21 Auditing Services 3.14.30 Life Insurance Services 3.14.31 Pension Funding Services 3.14.32 Non-Life Insurance Services 3.14.33 Insurance Broking Services 3.14.39 Other Insurance Services 3.15.0 Decommissioning and Abandonment Services 3.15.1 Project Management Services 3.15.2 Marine Services 3.15.3 Subsea Services 3.15.4 Well Services 3.15.5 Cutting Services 3.15.6 Site Services 3.15.7 Waste Management Services 3.15.8 Integrity / Legislation Services 3.15.99 Other Decommissioning and Abandonment Services 3.20.0 Service Station Maintenance / Services 3.20.1 Car Wash Equipment Maintenance / Services 3.20.2 Canopy Equipment Maintenance / Services 3.20.3 Signs and Accessories Maintenance / Services 3.20.4 Service Station Pumps Maintenance / Services 3.20.5 Payment Terminal Maintenance / Services 3.20.6 Service Station Tanks Maintenance / Services 3.20.99 Other Service Station Maintenance / Services 3.90.0 Exchange and Throughput Services 3.90.1 Exchange and Throughput Services 3.99.0 Other Supporting Services 3.99.2 Temporary Accommodation / Camp Services 3.99.3 Catering Services 3.99.4 Cleaning and Laundry Services 3.99.5 Security Services 3.99.6 Rental of Equipment 3.99.7 Printing and Copying Services 3.99.8 Photographic / Film / Video Services 3.99.9 Technical Drafting Services 3.99.10 Travel Agency, Car Rental Services etc. 3.99.12 Medical Services 3.99.13 Training Course / Seminar Services 3.99.14 Recreational Services 3.99.15 Hotel and Conference Services 3.99.16 Rental of Housing and Office Space etc. 3.99.17 Energy / Electrical Power Supply Services 3.99.18 Manpower Supply, Temporary Staff Hiring - Technical 3.99.19 Manpower Supply, Temporary Staff Hiring - Administration 3.99.20 Library Services 3.99.21 Equipment Brokerage Services 3.99.22 Horticultural / Grounds Maintenance Services 3.99.99 Other Supporting Services 4.0.0 Multidiscipline / Combined Supplies and/or Services (Turnkey / Packages) 4.1.0 Engineering / Procurement 4.1.1 Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms 4.1.2 Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading 4.1.3 Subsea Systems 4.1.4 Pipeline Systems 4.1.5 Risers 4.1.6 Umbilicals 4.1.7 Terminal / Oil Movement Systems 4.1.8 Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules 4.1.9 Process Modules / Packages 4.1.10 Utilities Modules / Packages 4.1.11 Drilling Modules / Packages 4.1.12 Buildings including Service Stations 4.1.99 Other Systems 4.2.0 Engineering / Procurement / Construction 4.2.1 Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms 4.2.2 Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading 4.2.3 Subsea Systems 4.2.4 Pipeline Systems 4.2.5 Risers 4.2.6 Umbilicals 4.2.7 Terminal / Oil Movement Systems 4.2.8 Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules 4.2.9 Process Modules / Packages 4.2.10 Utilities Modules / Packages 4.2.11 Drilling Modules / Packages 4.2.12 Buildings including Service Stations 4.2.99 Other Systems 4.3.0 Engineering / Procurement / Construction / Installation 4.3.1 Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms 4.3.2 Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading 4.3.3 Subsea Systems 4.3.4 Pipeline systems 4.3.5 Risers 4.3.6 Umbilicals 4.3.7 Terminal / Oil Movement Systems 4.3.8 Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules 4.3.9 Process Modules / Packages 4.3.10 Utilities Modules / Packages 4.3.11 Drilling Modules / Packages 4.3.12 Buildings including Service Stations 4.3.99 Other Systems 4.4.0 Engineering / Procurement / Construction / Installation / Commissioning 4.4.1 Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms 4.4.2 Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading 4.4.3 Subsea Systems 4.4.4 Pipeline Systems 4.4.5 Risers 4.4.6 Umbilicals 4.4.7 Terminal / Oil Movement Systems 4.4.8 Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules 4.4.9 Process Modules / Packages 4.4.10 Utilities Modules / Packages 4.4.11 Drilling Modules / Packages 4.4.12 Buildings including Service Stations 4.4.99 Other Systems 4.5.0 Integrated Services 4.5.1 Management and Provision of all Facilities Engineering, Modification and Maintenance Services for a Site / Platform 4.5.2 Management and Operations, including Production Supervision of all Facilities, Engineering, Modification and Maintenance Services for Site / Platform 4.5.3 Hydrocarbon Reservoir Development and Production Services 4.5.4 Extended Well Test / Early Production Services including Provision of Floating or Jackup Production Unit 4.5.5 Well Management / Construction Services 4.5.6 Management and Provision of all Catering, Cleaning, Office and Security Service at Location / Platform 4.5.7 Field Development

Agricultural, farming, fishing, forestry and related products

Capricorn Energy Limited | Published April 3, 2012
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Capricorn Energy Limited as a main Purchasing Group, and Capricorn Spain Limited as an associated organisation, are now participating in the First Point Assessment database covering the registration of suppliers, contractors and service providers. 1.0.0 Products / Equipment / Materials 1.1.0 Drilling Equipment 1.1.1 Drilling Machinery, Mud Equipment and Accessories 1.1.2 Production Surface Equipment 1.1.3 Drilling Tools and Retrievable Production Tools 1.1.4 Casing, Tubing, Liner, Connectors and Accessories (OCTG) 1.1.5 Cementing Equipment and Line Hanger Systems 1.1.6 Fishing and Repair Tools (Drilling) 1.1.7 Drilling and Mud Control Instruments 1.1.8 Production Well Test and Monitoring Instruments 1.1.9 Wellhead Equipment, X-mas Trees and Accessories 1.1.10 Production String Components 1.1.11 Derricks and Accessories 1.1.12 Drill Bits 1.1.13 BOP and Accessories 1.1.14 Wireline Equipment and Accessories 1.1.15 Coiled Tubing Tools and Accessories 1.1.16 Down Hole Pressure Control Equipment 1.1.17 Pipe Handling and Lifting Equipment 1.1.18 Subsea Equipment 1.1.99 Other Drilling and Production Equipment 1.2.0 Material And Product Handling Equipment 1.2.1 Cranes, Davits, Hoists and Winches 1.2.2 Elevators 1.2.3 Other Lifting Gear and Accessories 1.2.4 Trucks, Forklifts etc 1.2.5 Baskets, Containers and Trolleys 1.2.6 Conveyors, Feeders and Accessories 1.2.7 Packing Equipment and Accessories 1.2.8 Miscellaneous Docking Equipment 1.2.9 Jetty Equipment including Loading Arms / Hoses etc. 1.2.10 Scaffolding 1.2.11 Tarpaulins 1.2.12 Weighing Equipment and Accessories 1.2.99 Other Material and Product Handling Equipment 1.3.0 Compressors / Expanders / Blowers And Accessories 1.3.1 Centrifugal Compressors 1.3.2 Reciprocating Compressors 1.3.3 Screw / Rotary Compressors 1.3.4 Axial Compressors 1.3.5 Blowers and Fans 1.3.6 Gas Expanders 1.3.7 Jet Compressors 1.3.8 Steam Ejectors / Thermocompressors 1.3.99 Other Compressors, Blowers and Accessories 1.4.0 Pumps And Accessories 1.4.1 Centrifugal and Rotary Pumps 1.4.2 Reciprocating Pumps 1.4.3 Diaphragm Pumps 1.4.4 Screw Pumps 1.4.5 Submersible Pumps 1.4.6 Multiphase Pumps 1.4.7 Liquid Jet Pumps / Eductors 1.4.99 Other Pumps and Accessories 1.5.0 Drivers And Accessories 1.5.1 Electric Motors / Drives 1.5.2 Gas Turbines 1.5.3 Steam Turbines 1.5.4 Oil / Diesel Engines 1.5.5 Air / Gas Engines 1.5.6 Hydraulic Drivers 1.5.7 Gear Boxes, Gear Units, Couplings 1.5.8 Submersible Motors 1.5.9 Propulsion Units and Accessories 1.5.99 Other Drivers and Accessories 1.6.0 Heaters / Furnaces / Boilers 1.6.1 Direct fired Heaters / Boilers (Oil, LPG, Gas) and Accessories 1.6.2 Steam Boilers 1.6.3 Electric Heaters 1.6.4 Stacks, Flares and Accessories 1.6.99 Other Heaters, Furnaces, Boilers and Accessories 1.7.0 Heat Exchangers / Heat Transfer Equipment 1.7.1 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers 1.7.2 Plate Heat Exchangers 1.7.3 Air Coolers 1.7.4 Waste Heat Recovery Units 1.7.5 Miscellaneous Coolers and Condensers 1.7.99 Other Heat Transfer Equipment 1.8.0 Tanks / Vessels / Columns 1.8.1 Storage Tanks including Spheres and Accessories 1.8.2 Pressure Vessels, Drums, Accumulators etc 1.8.3 Columns and Accessories 1.8.4 Tank / Vessel / Column Internals 1.8.99 Other Tanks, Vessels, Columns and Accessories 1.9.0 Electrical Equipment and Materials 1.9.1 Generators, Power Sources, Units and Accessories 1.9.2 Transformers and Accessories 1.9.3 Switch / Control Equipment, Plugs, Connectors etc. 1.9.4 Rectifiers, Inverters and Converters 1.9.5 Distribution Equipment and Materials (Circuit Breakers, Junction / Terminal Boxes etc.) 1.9.6 Lamps, Lighting Fixtures, Lighting Equipment etc. 1.9.7 Cables, Cords, Wires and Accessories 1.9.8 Cathodic Protection Equipment 1.9.9 Transits and Glands 1.9.10 Electrical Connectors - Subsea 1.9.11 Cable Racks and Trays 1.9.99 Other Electrical Equipment and Materials 1.10.0 Instrumentation / Communication and Process Control Equipment / Materials 1.10.1 Pressure Instruments 1.10.2 Temperature Instruments 1.10.3 Level Instruments 1.10.4 Flow Instruments 1.10.5 Fire / Smoke / Gas / Heat Detection Instruments 1.10.6 Instrument Tubing and Fittings 1.10.7 Junction Boxes 1.10.8 Process Control and Monitoring Equipment and Systems 1.10.9 Metering Equipment and Systems 1.10.10 Detectors and Analysers 1.10.11 Control Panels and Control Stations 1.10.12 Sonar / Radar / DP / Navigation / Positioning Equipment and Systems 1.10.13 Corrosion Monitoring Systems 1.10.14 Simulator Systems 1.10.15 Acoustic Equipment 1.10.16 Acoustic Telemetry Systems 1.10.17 Meteorological Instruments / Equipment 1.10.97 Other Alarm / Control Systems 1.10.98 Instrument and Communication Cables 1.10.99 Other Instrument / Communication and Process Control Equipment / Materials 1.11.0 Miscellaneous Mechanical Equipment 1.11.1 Mechanical Separators, Tumblers Chlorinators, Hydrocyclones, Scrubbers and Accessories 1.11.2 Regenerative / Non-Regenerative Filters, Strainers and Accessories 1.11.3 Mixers, Agitators, Blenders, Feeders and Accessories 1.11.4 Hydraulic Units and Accessories 1.11.5 Fresh Water Treatment / Desalination Systems and Accessories 1.11.6 Gas Treatment Units and Accessories 1.11.7 Pressure Reduction Stations for Gas Distribution 1.11.99 Other Mechanical Equipment and Accessories 1.12.0 Cooling / Heating / Ventilation / Air Conditioning Equipment 1.12.1 HVAC System Packages 1.12.2 Cooling and Refrigeration Units 1.12.3 Humidifiers, Dryers etc. 1.12.4 Air Fans 1.12.5 Filters, Coalescers and Accessories 1.12.6 Dampers and Accessories 1.12.7 Ducting etc. 1.12.8 Heating Coils / Units (Electric, Steam, Water etc.) 1.12.99 Other HVAC Equipment and Accessories 1.13.0 Marine / Diving and Pipeline Equipment 1.13.1 Anchoring / Buoying Equipment 1.13.2 ROVs, ROV Tools and Accessories 1.13.4 Ships Gear 1.13.5 Turrets 1.13.6 Diving Equipment - Personal Equipment (Diving Helmets, Suits, Knives, Lead Belts etc.) 1.13.7 Diving Equipment - Vessel based Equipment (Diving Bells) (Compression Chambers, Gas mix batteries, Umbilicals etc.) 1.13.20 Pipeline Equipment, Connectors and Accessories 1.13.21 Pig Launchers / Transmitters / Traps / Receivers and Accessories 1.13.22 Pigging Equipment and Accessories 1.13.23 Through Flowline Systems and Tools 1.13.99 Other Marine / Diving and Pipeline Equipment and Accessories 1.14.0 Computer and Communication Equipment 1.14.1 Computer Hardware - Work Stations (PCs and Unix) 1.14.2 Computer Hardware - Servers (PCs, Unix) 1.14.3 Computer Hardware - Mainframes (CPUs, Storage and other Mainframe Equipment and Accessories) 1.14.4 Computer Peripherals, (VDUs, Printers and other Peripherals) 1.14.5 Communication Equipment and Accessories (Routers, Modems, HUBs, Cables etc.) 1.14.6 Databases, Software Development Tools, Application Generators, Data Administration Tools etc. 1.14.7 General Business Software (Financial, Logistics, Personnel, Document Administration, Management Information etc.) 1.14.8 General Technical Software Systems (Specialist Systems, CAD/CAP etc.) 1.14.9 Technical Oil / Gas related Software Systems (Reservoir, Geological, Drilling etc.) 1.14.10 Office Automation Software (Spreadsheet, Planning, Word Processing, Graphics, Filing / Retrieval etc.) 1.14.11 Utility Software (Operational Support, Security Systems, Networks (LAN/WAN) Communications Software etc.) 1.14.20 Telecommunication Equipment and Systems (PABXs, Telephone Equipment, Telex / Telefax, Accessories etc.) 1.14.21 Audio / Video Equipment and Accessories 1.14.22 Personal Communication Equipment and Accessories (PDA, Tablet PC, Cell Phone, PCMCIA / GSM Card) 1.14.99 Other Computer and Communication Equipment and Accessories 1.15.0 Laboratory / Medical Equipment 1.15.1 General Laboratory Apparatus and Requisites 1.15.3 Medical Equipment and Supplies 1.15.99 Other Laboratory and Medical Equipment and Accessories 1.16.0 Safety / Protection / Security / Firefighting Equipment 1.16.1 Security Equipment and Accessories 1.16.2 Safety and Protection Equipment / Products, Life Boats and Life Rafts 1.16.3 Firefighting Equipment / Products 1.16.4 Escape Tools / Equipment 1.16.5 Fire / Gas Detection / Protection Systems 1.16.6 Inert Gas / Nitrogen Systems 1.16.99 Other Safety / Security / Firefighting Equipment and Accessories 1.17.0 Environmental Equipment / Products 1.17.1 Waste Water Disposal / Recovery Equipment 1.17.2 Oil Recovery Equipment and Accessories 1.17.3 Waste Gas Treatment / Recovery Equipment 1.17.4 Noise Abatement Equipment and Accessories 1.17.5 Asbestos Removal Equipment and Accessories 1.17.98 Other Waste Disposal / Recovery Equipment 1.17.99 Other Environmental Equipment / Products 1.18.0 Packages - Construction / Outfitting 1.18.3 Chemical Injection Systems 1.18.4 Subsea - Packages 1.18.5 Helideck Systems / Packages 1.18.6 Steel / Metal / Composite Outfitting (Gangways, Rails etc.) 1.18.7 Prefabricated Spools, pipework etc. (Steel / Metal / Composites) 1.18.99 Other Industrial Equipment, Packages and Units 1.19.0 Service Station Equipment / Materials / Products 1.19.1 Shop Fittings 1.19.2 Car Wash Equipment and Accessories 1.19.3 Canopies and Accessories 1.19.4 Service Station Signs and Accessories 1.19.5 Service Station Pumps and Accessories 1.19.6 Service Station Payment Terminals and Accessories 1.19.7 Service Station Tanks and Accessories 1.19.8 Food Products for Resale (Tobacco, Soft Drinks, Fresh Foods, Dry Foods etc.) 1.19.9 Fast Food Products for Resale (Bake-off, Hot dogs etc.) 1.19.10 Non-food Products for Resale (Glycol, Lubricants, Windscreen Cleaner, Other related chemical Products, Leisure Products etc.) 1.19.11 Home Entertainment Products for Resale (Video, CD's etc.) 1.19.12 Newspapers and Magazines (for Resale) 1.19.99 Other Service Station Equipment and Materials 2.0.0 Products / Equipment / Materials (Continued) 2.1.0 Pipes / Tubes / Hoses and Fittings 2.1.1 Seamless Pipes and Tubes 2.1.2 Welded Pipes and Tubes 2.1.3 Non-Metal Pipes and Tubes 2.1.4 Hoses 2.1.5 Flanges, Elbows, Fittings Hangers and Pipe Supports 2.1.6 Gaskets, Jointings, Packings and Tightenings 2.1.7 Non-Metal Flanges, Elbows Fittings and Pipe Supports 2.1.8 Insulated Pipes, Tubes, Hoses and Accessories 2.1.9 Flexible Pipes 2.1.99 Other Pipes, Tubes, Hoses, Hubs, Pipe Penetrators and Fittings etc. 2.2.0 Valves and Accessories 2.2.2 Check Valves 2.2.3 Control Valves and Accessories 2.2.4 Safety Valves, Relief Valves and Bursting Discs 2.2.5 Subsea Valves 2.2.6 Solenoid Valves 2.2.7 Actuators and various Valve Instrumentation 2.2.8 Ball Valves 2.2.9 Butterfly Valves 2.2.10 Diaphragm Valves 2.2.11 Gate Valves 2.2.12 Globe Valves 2.2.13 Needle Valves 2.2.14 Plug Valves 2.2.99 Other Valves and Accessories 2.3.0 Steel / Metal Materials 2.3.1 Plates 2.3.2 Bars 2.3.3 Profiles and Sections 2.3.4 Forgings and Castings 2.3.5 Gratings 2.3.6 Wires and Steel Chains including Accessories 2.3.7 Bolts and Nuts 2.3.8 Metal Bearings and Seals 2.3.9 Anodes 2.3.10 Welding Consumables 2.3.20 Doors, Manholes, Hatches 2.3.99 Other Steel and Metal Materials 2.4.0 Non-Metal Materials (Plastics, Composites) 2.4.1 Plates 2.4.2 Bars 2.4.3 Profiles and Sections 2.4.4 Forgings and Castings 2.4.5 Gratings 2.4.6 Ropes and Chains including Accessories 2.4.7 Bolts and Nuts 2.4.8 Non-Metal Bearings and Seals 2.4.99 Other non-Metal Materials 2.5.0 Automobiles and Associated Equipment 2.5.1 Trucks and Associated Equipment 2.5.2 Trailers and Associated Equipment 2.5.3 Vans, Lorries and Associated Equipment 2.5.4 Passenger Cars and Associated Equipment 2.5.5 Special Vehicles and Associated Equipment 2.5.6 Tyres / Batteries / Car Accessories 2.5.99 Other Automobiles and Associated Equipment 2.6.0 Downstream Packing Materials 2.6.1 Drums 2.6.2 Bottles and Cans (Glass, Metal, Plastic etc.) 2.6.3 Fluid Bags, Small Containers (less than 1 m3) etc. 2.6.4 Boxes (various Materials) 2.6.5 Pallets 2.6.99 Other Packing Materials 2.7.0 Chemical / Oils / Paints 2.7.1 Primers, Coatings and Paints 2.7.2 Petroleum Products (Gas, Oils, Fuels etc.) 2.7.3 Mud and Associated Additives 2.7.4 Abrasives, Polishes, Compounds, Adhesives 2.7.5 Industrial Gases 2.7.6 Cleaning Products (For Sanitation Products select Category 2.12.06) 2.7.7 Additives, Inhibitors etc. 2.7.8 Lubricants 2.7.9 Production / Process / Drilling Chemicals 2.7.10 Laboratory Chemicals 2.7.11 Catalysts 2.7.12 Completion Fluids 2.7.13 Cements and Associated Additives 2.7.99 Other Chemicals, Oils and Paints 2.8.0 Insulation / Refractory Materials 2.8.1 Fire Protection Materials 2.8.2 Thermal Insulation Materials 2.8.3 Acoustic Insulation Materials 2.8.99 Other Insulation and Refractory Materials 2.9.0 Civil Bulk Materials 2.9.1 Cement 2.9.2 Sand and Aggregates 2.9.3 Reinforcing Materials 2.9.4 Inserts including Anchors, Bolts etc. 2.9.5 Protection Materials 2.9.99 Other Civil Bulk Materials 2.10.0 Architectural / Building Materials 2.10.1 Sanitary Equipment 2.10.2 Laundry and Galley / Kitchen Equipment 2.10.3 Floorings and Wall / Ceiling Panels 2.10.4 Doors, Windows and Shutters 2.10.5 Textiles and Wallpapers 2.10.6 Warehouse Equipment and Supplies 2.10.7 Catering Equipment 2.10.8 Signs and Boards (Information, Warning, Advertisements etc.) 2.10.99 Other Building Materials 2.11.0 Workshop and Handtools 2.11.1 Workshop Equipment and Handtools 2.11.2 Welding Equipment and Accessories 2.11.3 Cleaning Equipment and Accessories 2.11.4 Mechanical Handtools 2.11.5 Electrical Handtools 2.11.6 Testing and Measuring Instruments / Equipment 2.12.0 Office Administration Products and Consumables 2.12.1 Office Supplies / Stationery 2.12.2 IT Consumables 2.12.3 Pre-printed Stationery (Forms, Envelopes etc.) 2.12.4 Food Products and Beverages 2.12.5 Kitchenware and Tableware 2.12.6 Cleaning / Sanitary Supplies 2.12.7 Furniture 2.12.8 Office Equipment 2.12.9 Sport and Leisure Equipment 2.12.10 Newspapers, Magazines and Books - for own use 2.12.99 Other Office Administration Products and Consumables 2.99.0 Other Products / Equipment and Materials 2.99.2 Packing, Crating and Boxing Materials 2.99.3 Consumables for Testing / Inspection (Film etc.) 2.99.4 Uniforms and other types of Clothing 2.99.5 Scale Models (Ships, Rigs, Plants, Equipment etc.) 2.99.98 Various Appreciation Gifts 2.99.99 Other Products / Equipment and Materials 3.0.0 Services 3.1.0 Engineering Services 3.1.1 Project Administration Services 3.1.2 Steel / Construction / Architectural Services 3.1.3 Process / Utilities / Piping / HVAC Services 3.1.4 Equipment / Mechanical Services 3.1.5 Electro / Control / Instrumentation Services 3.1.6 Pipeline Services 3.1.7 Subsea / Diving / ROV Technology Services 3.1.8 Drilling / Completion Engineering Services 3.1.9 Civil Engineering / Concrete Structure Services 3.1.10 Waste Water Treatment Services 3.1.11 Weight Control Services 3.1.12 Telecommunication Services 3.1.13 Material Technology / Anti-Corrosion / Surface Protection Services 3.1.14 Marine Technology / Hydrodynamic / Aerodynamic Services 3.1.15 Fire and Gas Protection System Services 3.1.16 Production / Petroleum Engineering Services 3.1.17 Construction Management and Supervision Services 3.1.18 Mud Engineering Services 3.1.99 Other Engineering Services 3.2.0 Consultancy Services 3.2.1 Quality Assurance QA / QC Consultancy 3.2.2 Safety, Health and Environment Consultancy 3.2.3 Risk Analysis Consultancy 3.2.5 Personnel / Training System Consultancy (For training courses select 3.99.13) 3.2.6 Legal Consultancy 3.2.7 Purchasing and Contracting Consultancy 3.2.8 Cost and Planning Consultancy 3.2.9 Material Administration Consultancy 3.2.10 Technical Documentation / Document Control Consultancy 3.2.11 Advertising / Public Affairs / Public Relations Consultancy 3.2.12 Marketing and Market Research Consultancy 3.2.13 Translation and Manual Writing Consultancy 3.2.14 Welding and Jointing Consultancy 3.2.15 Warranty Surveyors 3.2.16 Third Party Evaluation / Verification Consultancy 3.2.17 Energy Conservation Consultancy 3.2.18 Simulation Consultancy 3.2.19 Decommissioning and Abandonment Consultancy 3.2.20 Meteorological Consultancy 3.2.21 Staff Search / Selection Consultancy 3.2.22 Sub-surface Consultancy (Geological, Geophysical, Reservoir) 3.2.23 Design Consultancy (Industrial Design, Web Design etc) 3.2.24 Marine Consultancy 3.2.25 Subsea Consultancy 3.2.26 Career / Outplacement Consultancy 3.2.98 General Management and Business Development Consultancy 3.2.99 Other Consultancy Services 3.3.0 Research & Development Services (R & D) 3.3.1 Engineering (R & D) Services 3.3.2 Geological and Geophysical (R & D) Services 3.3.3 Drilling (R & D) Services 3.3.4 Subsea (R & D) Services 3.3.5 Safety and Environmental (R & D) Services 3.3.6 Information Technology (R & D) Services 3.3.7 Oil and Gas Production (R & D) Services 3.3.8 Refinery / Downstream Technology (R & D) Services 3.3.9 Petrochemicals (R & D) Services 3.3.10 Materials (R & D) Services 3.3.11 Reservoir (R & D) Services 3.3.99 Other Research and Development Services 3.4.0 Exploration and Production Drilling Services 3.4.1 Drilling Rigs (Semisubmersibles / Jackups / Others) 3.4.2 Production Drilling Services 3.4.3 Conductor Piling Services 3.4.4 Cementing Services 3.4.5 Casing / Tubing Running Services 3.4.6 Casing Cutting Services 3.4.7 Mud Logging Services 3.4.8 MWD / LWD Services 3.4.9 Turbine Drilling / Down Hole Motor Services 3.4.10 Electrical Logging / Calibration Services 3.4.11 Coring Services 3.4.12 Fishing / Wireline Fishing Services 3.4.13 Work-over Services 3.4.14 Snubbing Services 3.4.15 Drilling Fluids / Mud Services 3.4.16 Well Testing Services 3.4.17 Underreaming Services 3.4.18 Exploration and Development Services 3.4.19 Liner Float, Hanger and Running Equipment Services 3.4.20 Reservoir Services 3.4.21 Well Completion Services 3.4.22 Well Overhauling / Stimulation Services 3.4.23 Wellhead Services 3.4.24 Wireline Services 3.4.25 Directional Surveying Services 3.4.26 Cutting Injections / Cutting Disposal Services 3.4.27 Recutting Inspection Services 3.4.28 Rental of Drill Pipe 3.4.29 Cased Hole Logging Services (Gyro, Perforation, PLT, Gauges) 3.4.30 Drill Stem Testing Services 3.4.31 Directional Drilling Services 3.4.32 Perforation Services 3.4.33 Gravel Packing Services 3.4.34 Fracturating Services 3.4.35 Plugging Services 3.4.36 Well Wash Services 3.4.37 Coiled Tubing Services 3.4.38 Pumping Services 3.4.39 Fluid / Bottom Hole Sampling Services 3.4.40 OCTG Services (Cleaning, Hardbanding, Recutting, Rethreading, Storage) 3.4.41 Well Crisis Management Services 3.4.99 Other Drilling Services 3.5.0 Construction / Modification / Repair / Maintenance / Refurbishment Services 3.5.1 Steel / Piping / Mechanical Services 3.5.2 Electrical / Instrument Services 3.5.3 Ventilation / Heating / Sanitary Services 3.5.4 Waste Disposal / Drainage Services 3.5.5 Insulation Services 3.5.6 Surface Treatment, Sandblasting, Painting, Coating and Fireproofing Services 3.5.7 Scaffolding / Rigging / Covering Services 3.5.8 Civil Works / Building Contracting Services including Drilling / Tunnelling 3.5.9 Diving / ROV / Submersible operations 3.5.10 Subsea Construction Services 3.5.11 Generator Services 3.5.12 Pipe Cutting and Bending Services 3.5.13 Industrial Cleaning Services 3.5.14 Catalyst Handling / Regeneration Services 3.5.15 Bolt Tensioning Services 3.5.16 Rope Access Services 3.5.17 Welding and Jointing Services 3.5.18 Safety / Protection / Security / Firefighting System Services 3.5.19 Preservation of Mechanical and Electrical Component Services 3.5.20 Maintenance and Modification of Pumps and Rotating Equipment 3.5.21 Heat Treating and Demagnetising Services 3.5.22 Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Services 3.5.23 Machining Services (In Situ and General Machining) 3.5.24 Site Clean-up Services 3.5.25 Biological Sludge Treatment Services 3.5.26 Tank Bottom Sludge Treatment Services 3.5.27 Piling Services 3.5.30 Valve Management Services including testing and repair 3.5.31 Crane Management Services 3.5.99 Other Construction / Maintenance Services 3.6.0 Installation Services / Marine Contracting (For Abandonment Services see Section 3.15) 3.6.1 Pipelaying / Cable Laying Services 3.6.2 Trenching and Excavation Services 3.6.3 Diving / ROV / Submersible operations 3.6.4 Cranes / Crane Barges / Heavy Lift Vessels 3.6.5 Hook-up and Commissioning including Marine Installation Services 3.6.6 Mobile Production Units 3.6.7 Dredging Services 3.6.8 Gravel and Rock Dumping Services 3.6.9 Floating Storage Units (FSU) 3.6.10 Subsea Pipeline Protection Services 3.6.11 Installation of Subsea Packages 3.6.13 Mooring System Services 3.6.99 Other Installation Services 3.7.0 Inspection / Control and Testing Services 3.7.1 Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Services 3.7.2 Pipeline Flushing, External / Internal Inspection, Pigging Services 3.7.3 Surface Treatment Inspection Services 3.7.4 Pressure Testing Services 3.7.5 Instrument Testing / Calibration Services 3.7.6 Load Testing Services 3.7.7 Diving / ROV operations 3.7.8 Laboratory Testing Services 3.7.10 Dimensional Control / Verification Services 3.7.12 Third Party Measurement Services 3.7.98 Other Inspection Services 3.7.99 Other Testing Services 3.8.0 Transportation / Supply / Disposal Services 3.8.1 Tugs / ROV Support / Diving Support Vessels 3.8.2 Barges 3.8.3 Air Transport Services of Passengers and Freight 3.8.4 Accommodation Platforms / Vessels 3.8.5 Rental of Containers, Baskets etc. 3.8.6 Disposal / Distribution and Waste Transport Services etc. 3.8.7 Salvage Services etc. 3.8.8 Rental of Cranes and Special Vehicles 3.8.9 Courier Services 3.8.10 Freight Forwarding / Logistics Management Services 3.8.11 Transport Broker and Agent Services 3.8.12 Supply Base / Warehouse / Storage Services 3.8.13 Ship Chandler Services 3.8.14 Bulk Truck Transportation Services 3.8.15 Truck Package / Product Transportation Services 3.8.16 Moving Services 3.8.17 Supply Vessels 3.8.18 Stand-by Vessels 3.8.99 Other Transportation / Supply and Disposal Services 3.9.0 Surveying / Positioning Services 3.9.1 Soil Investigation Services 3.9.2 Navigation / Positioning Services 3.9.3 Geotechnical Services 3.9.4 Geophysical and Hydrographic Site Survey Services 3.9.5 Oceanographic Services 3.9.6 Rig Positioning Services 3.9.7 Photogrammetry Surveying Services 3.9.8 Chart and Map Production Services 3.9.9 Rental of Surveying / Positioning Equipment 3.9.10 Survey and Positioning Support Services 3.9.99 Other Surveying / Positioning Services 3.10.0 Seismic Services 3.10.1 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Acquisition Services 3.10.2 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Processing Services 3.10.3 Site Surveys Services 3.10.4 Well Velocity Survey Services 3.10.5 Rental of Seismic Equipment 3.10.6 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Interpretation Services 3.10.99 Other Seismic Services 3.11.0 Information Systems / Information Technology / Communication Services 3.11.1 Network Installation / Support Services 3.11.2 Software Development and Support Services 3.11.3 Computer Based Modelling Services 3.11.4 Computer Based Simulation / Training Program Services 3.11.5 CAD / CAP Services 3.11.6 Hardware Installation Support Services 3.11.7 Operating Systems Installation / Support Services 3.11.8 User Support / Help Desk Services 3.11.9 IT Management Consultancy Services 3.11.10 Data Management Services 3.11.11 General IS / IT Consultancy Services 3.11.20 Telecommunication Installation / Support Services 3.11.21 Data and Message Transmitting Services 3.11.22 Rental of Telecom Lines 3.11.23 Telecom Subscription Services 3.11.24 Public Address System Services 3.11.98 Other Communication Services 3.11.99 Other Information Systems (IS) / Information Technology (IT) Services 3.12.0 Petroleum Technology Services 3.12.7 Geophysical Interpretation Services 3.12.8 Petrophysical Interpretation Services 3.12.9 Geological Evaluation Services (Organic Geochemistry, Petrology, Diagenesis, Biostratigraphy, Fluid Characterisation, PVT, Core Analysis, Flooding) 3.12.10 Reservoir Evaluation Services 3.12.99 Other Petroleum Technology Services 3.13.0 Certification and Integrity Services 3.13.1 Quality Management Systems Certification 3.13.2 Environmental Management Systems Certification 3.13.3 Safety Management Systems Certification 3.13.4 Information Security Management Systems Certification 3.13.5 Certification of Welders 3.13.6 Certification of NDT Personnel 3.13.7 Certification of Machinery 3.13.8 Certification of Cranes and Lifting Appliances 3.13.9 Certification of Pressurised Equipment 3.13.10 Evaluation and Certification of Software and Electronics (IT) 3.13.11 Notified Body for Machinery 3.13.12 Notified Body for simple Pressure Vessels 3.13.13 Notified Body for Telecommunication Terminal Equipment 3.13.14 Notified Body for Medical Equipment 3.13.15 Notified Body for Personal Protection Equipment 3.13.16 Notified Body for Lifts 3.13.17 Notified Body for Pressure Containing Equipment 3.13.30 Integrity Management Services 3.13.99 Other Certification Services 3.14.0 Financial and Insurance Services 3.14.1 Banking Services 3.14.2 Monetary Intermediation Services 3.14.3 Credit Granting Services 3.14.4 Financial Markets Administration Services 3.14.5 Security Broking and Fund Management Services 3.14.18 Financial Management Consultancy Services 3.14.19 Other Banking and Financial Services 3.14.20 Accounting Services 3.14.21 Auditing Services 3.14.30 Life Insurance Services 3.14.31 Pension Funding Services 3.14.32 Non-Life Insurance Services 3.14.33 Insurance Broking Services 3.14.39 Other Insurance Services 3.15.0 Decommissioning and Abandonment Services 3.15.1 Project Management Services 3.15.2 Marine Services 3.15.3 Subsea Services 3.15.4 Well Services 3.15.5 Cutting Services 3.15.6 Site Services 3.15.7 Waste Management Services 3.15.8 Integrity / Legislation Services 3.15.99 Other Decommissioning and Abandonment Services 3.20.0 Service Station Maintenance / Services 3.20.1 Car Wash Equipment Maintenance / Services 3.20.2 Canopy Equipment Maintenance / Services 3.20.3 Signs and Accessories Maintenance / Services 3.20.4 Service Station Pumps Maintenance / Services 3.20.5 Payment Terminal Maintenance / Services 3.20.6 Service Station Tanks Maintenance / Services 3.20.99 Other Service Station Maintenance / Services 3.90.0 Exchange and Throughput Services 3.90.1 Exchange and Throughput Services 3.99.0 Other Supporting Services 3.99.2 Temporary Accommodation / Camp Services 3.99.3 Catering Services 3.99.4 Cleaning and Laundry Services 3.99.5 Security Services 3.99.6 Rental of Equipment 3.99.7 Printing and Copying Services 3.99.8 Photographic / Film / Video Services 3.99.9 Technical Drafting Services 3.99.10 Travel Agency, Car Rental Services etc. 3.99.12 Medical Services 3.99.13 Training Course / Seminar Services 3.99.14 Recreational Services 3.99.15 Hotel and Conference Services 3.99.16 Rental of Housing and Office Space etc. 3.99.17 Energy / Electrical Power Supply Services 3.99.18 Manpower Supply, Temporary Staff Hiring - Technical 3.99.19 Manpower Supply, Temporary Staff Hiring - Administration 3.99.20 Library Services 3.99.21 Equipment Brokerage Services 3.99.22 Horticultural / Grounds Maintenance Services 3.99.99 Other Supporting Services 4.0.0 Multidiscipline / Combined Supplies and/or Services (Turnkey / Packages) 4.1.0 Engineering / Procurement 4.1.1 Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms 4.1.2 Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading 4.1.3 Subsea Systems 4.1.4 Pipeline Systems 4.1.5 Risers 4.1.6 Umbilicals 4.1.7 Terminal / Oil Movement Systems 4.1.8 Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules 4.1.9 Process Modules / Packages 4.1.10 Utilities Modules / Packages 4.1.11 Drilling Modules / Packages 4.1.12 Buildings including Service Stations 4.1.99 Other Systems 4.2.0 Engineering / Procurement / Construction 4.2.1 Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms 4.2.2 Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading 4.2.3 Subsea Systems 4.2.4 Pipeline Systems 4.2.5 Risers 4.2.6 Umbilicals 4.2.7 Terminal / Oil Movement Systems 4.2.8 Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules 4.2.9 Process Modules / Packages 4.2.10 Utilities Modules / Packages 4.2.11 Drilling Modules / Packages 4.2.12 Buildings including Service Stations 4.2.99 Other Systems 4.3.0 Engineering / Procurement / Construction / Installation 4.3.1 Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms 4.3.2 Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading 4.3.3 Subsea Systems 4.3.4 Pipeline systems 4.3.5 Risers 4.3.6 Umbilicals 4.3.7 Terminal / Oil Movement Systems 4.3.8 Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules 4.3.9 Process Modules / Packages 4.3.10 Utilities Modules / Packages 4.3.11 Drilling Modules / Packages 4.3.12 Buildings including Service Stations 4.3.99 Other Systems 4.4.0 Engineering / Procurement / Construction / Installation / Commissioning 4.4.1 Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms 4.4.2 Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading 4.4.3 Subsea Systems 4.4.4 Pipeline Systems 4.4.5 Risers 4.4.6 Umbilicals 4.4.7 Terminal / Oil Movement Systems 4.4.8 Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules 4.4.9 Process Modules / Packages 4.4.10 Utilities Modules / Packages 4.4.11 Drilling Modules / Packages 4.4.12 Buildings including Service Stations 4.4.99 Other Systems 4.5.0 Integrated Services 4.5.1 Management and Provision of all Facilities Engineering, Modification and Maintenance Services for a Site / Platform 4.5.2 Management and Operations, including Production Supervision of all Facilities, Engineering, Modification and Maintenance Services for Site / Platform 4.5.3 Hydrocarbon Reservoir Development and Production Services 4.5.4 Extended Well Test / Early Production Services including Provision of Floating or Jackup Production Unit 4.5.5 Well Management / Construction Services 4.5.6 Management and Provision of all Catering, Cleaning, Office and Security Service at Location / Platform 4.5.7 Field Development

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First Point Assessment (FPAL) has been established as an industry-based company to create opportunities for improving efficiency and reducing costs throughout the supply chain. FPAL provide a register of suppliers and contractors to the above list of subscribing oil and gas industry purchasing group companies who may use the database as their first stage of qualification in the selection of tenderers for contracts subject to EU rules. 1.0.0 products / equipment / materials 1.1.0 drilling equipment 1.1.1 drilling machinery, mud equipment and accessories 1.1.2 production surface equipment 1.1.3 drilling tools and retrievable production tools 1.1.4 casing, tubing, liner, connectors and accessories (octg) 1.1.5 cementing equipment and line hanger systems 1.1.6 fishing and repair tools (drilling) 1.1.7 drilling and mud control instruments 1.1.8 production well test and monitoring instruments 1.1.9 Wellhead Equipment, X-mas Trees and Accessories 1.1.10 Production String Components 1.1.11 Derricks and Accessories 1.1.12 Drill Bits 1.1.13 BOP and Accessories 1.1.14 wireline equipment and accessories 1.1.15 coiled tubing tools and accessories 1.1.16 down hole pressure control equipment 1.1.17 pipe handling and lifting equipment 1.1.18 subsea equipment 1.1.99 other drilling and production equipment 1.2.0 material and product handling equipment 1.2.1 cranes, davits, hoists and winches 1.2.2 elevators 1.2.3 other lifting gear and accessories 1.2.4 trucks, forklifts etc 1.2.5 baskets, containers and trolleys 1.2.6 conveyors, feeders and accessories 1.2.7 packing equipment and accessories 1.2.8 miscellaneous docking equipment 1.2.9 jetty equipment including loading arms / hoses etc. 1.2.10 scaffolding 1.2.11 tarpaulins 1.2.12 weighing equipment and accessories 1.2.99 other material and product handling equipment 1.3.0 compressors / expanders / blowers and accessories 1.3.1 centrifugal compressors 1.3.2 reciprocating compressors 1.3.3 screw / rotary compressors 1.3.4 axial compressors 1.3.5 blowers and fans 1.3.6 gas expanders 1.3.7 jet compressors 1.3.8 steam ejectors / thermocompressors 1.3.99 other compressors, blowers and accessories 1.4.0 pumps and accessories 1.4.1 centrifugal and rotary pumps 1.4.2 reciprocating pumps 1.4.3 diaphragm pumps 1.4.4 screw pumps 1.4.5 submersible pumps 1.4.6 multiphase pumps 1.4.7 liquid jet pumps / eductors 1.4.99 other pumps and accessories 1.5.0 drivers and accessories 1.5.1 electric motors / drives 1.5.2 gas turbines 1.5.3 steam turbines 1.5.4 oil / diesel engines 1.5.5 air / gas engines 1.5.6 hydraulic drivers 1.5.7 gear boxes, gear units, couplings 1.5.8 submersible motors 1.5.9 propulsion units and accessories 1.5.99 other drivers and accessories 1.6.0 heaters / furnaces / boilers 1.6.1 Direct fired heaters / boilers (oil, LPG, gas) and accessories 1.6.2 steam boilers 1.6.3 electric heaters 1.6.4 stacks, flares and accessories 1.6.99 other heaters, furnaces, boilers and accessories 1.7.0 heat exchangers / heat transfer equipment 1.7.1 shell and tube heat exchangers 1.7.2 plate heat exchangers 1.7.3 air coolers 1.7.4 waste heat recovery units 1.7.5 miscellaneous coolers and condensers 1.7.99 other heat transfer equipment 1.8.0 tanks / vessels / columns 1.8.1 storage tanks including spheres and accessories 1.8.2 pressure vessels, drums, accumulators etc 1.8.3 columns and accessories 1.8.4 tank / vessel / column internals 1.8.99 other tanks, vessels, columns and accessories 1.9.0 electrical equipment and materials 1.9.1 generators, power sources, units and accessories 1.9.2 transformers and accessories 1.9.3 switch / control equipment, plugs, connectors etc. 1.9.4 rectifiers, inverters and converters 1.9.5 distribution equipment and materials (circuit breakers, junction / terminal boxes etc.) 1.9.6 lamps, lighting fixtures, lighting equipment etc. 1.9.7 cables, cords, wires and accessories 1.9.8 cathodic protection equipment 1.9.9 transits and glands 1.9.10 electrical connectors - subsea 1.9.11 cable racks and trays 1.9.99 other electrical equipment and materials 1.10.0 instrumentation / communication and process control equipment / materials 1.10.1 pressure instruments 1.10.2 temperature instruments 1.10.3 level instruments 1.10.4 flow instruments 1.10.5 fire / smoke / gas / heat detection instruments 1.10.6 instrument tubing and fittings 1.10.7 junction boxes 1.10.8 process control and monitoring equipment and systems 1.10.9 metering equipment and systems 1.10.10 detectors and analysers 1.10.11 control panels and control stations 1.10.12 sonar / radar / DP / navigation / positioning equipment and systems 1.10.13 corrosion monitoring systems 1.10.14 simulator systems 1.10.15 acoustic equipment 1.10.16 acoustic telemetry systems 1.10.17 meteorological instruments / equipment 1.10.97 other alarm / control systems 1.10.98 instrument and communication cables 1.10.99 other instrument / communication and process control equipment / materials 1.11.0 miscellaneous mechanical equipment 1.11.1 mechanical separators, tumblers chlorinators, hydrocyclones, scrubbers and accessories 1.11.2 regenerative / non-regenerative filters, strainers and accessories 1.11.3 mixers, agitators, blenders, feeders and accessories 1.11.4 hydraulic units and accessories 1.11.5 fresh water treatment / desalination systems and accessories 1.11.6 gas treatment units and accessories 1.11.7 pressure reduction stations for gas distribution 1.11.99 other mechanical equipment and accessories 1.12.0 cooling / heating / ventilation / air conditioning equipment 1.12.1 HVAC system packages 1.12.2 cooling and refrigeration units 1.12.3 humidifiers, dryers etc. 1.12.4 air fans 1.12.5 filters, coalescers and accessories 1.12.6 dampers and accessories 1.12.7 ducting etc. 1.12.8 heating coils / units (electric, steam, water etc.) 1.12.99 Other HVAC equipment and accessories 1.13.0 marine / diving and pipeline equipment 1.13.1 Anchoring / Buoying Equipment 1.13.2 ROVs, ROV tools and accessories 1.13.4 ships gear 1.13.5 turrets 1.13.6 diving equipment - personal equipment (diving helmets, suits, knives, lead belts etc.) 1.13.7 diving equipment - vessel based equipment (diving bells) (compression chambers, gas mix batteries, umbilicals etc.) 1.13.20 pipeline equipment, connectors and accessories 1.13.21 pig launchers / transmitters / traps / receivers and accessories 1.13.22 pigging equipment and accessories 1.13.23 through flowline systems and tools 1.13.99 other marine / diving and pipeline equipment and accessories 1.14.0 computer and communication equipment 1.14.1 computer hardware - work stations (PCs and Unix) 1.14.2 computer hardware - servers (PCs, Unix) 1.14.3 computer hardware - mainframes (CPUs, storage and other mainframe equipment and accessories) 1.14.4 computer peripherals, (VDUs, printers and other peripherals) 1.14.5 communication equipment and accessories (routers, modems, HUBs, cables etc.) 1.14.6 databases, software development tools, application generators, data administration tools etc. 1.14.7 general business software (financial, logistics, personnel, document administration, management information etc.) 1.14.8 general technical software systems (specialist systems, CAD/CAP etc.) 1.14.9 technical oil / gas related software systems (reservoir, geological, drilling etc.) 1.14.10 office automation software (spreadsheet, planning, word processing, graphics, filing / retrieval etc.) 1.14.11 utility software (operational support, security systems, networks (LAN/WAN) communications software etc.) 1.14.20 telecommunication equipment and systems (PABXs, telephone equipment, telex / telefax, accessories etc.) 1.14.21 audio / video equipment and accessories 1.14.22 personal communication equipment and accessories (PDA, Tablet PC, cell phone, PCMCIA / GSM Card) 1.14.99 other computer and communication equipment and accessories 1.15.0 laboratory / medical equipment 1.15.1 general laboratory apparatus and requisites 1.15.3 medical equipment and supplies 1.15.99 other laboratory and medical equipment and accessories 1.16.0 safety / protection / security / firefighting equipment 1.16.1 security equipment and accessories 1.16.2 safety and protection equipment / products, life boats and life rafts 1.16.3 firefighting equipment / products 1.16.4 escape tools / equipment 1.16.5 fire / gas detection / protection systems 1.16.6 inert gas / nitrogen systems 1.16.99 other safety / security / firefighting equipment and accessories 1.17.0 environmental equipment / products 1.17.1 waste water disposal / recovery equipment 1.17.2 oil recovery equipment and accessories 1.17.3 waste gas treatment / recovery equipment 1.17.4 noise abatement equipment and accessories 1.17.5 asbestos removal equipment and accessories 1.17.98 other waste disposal / recovery equipment 1.17.99 other environmental equipment / products 1.18.0 packages - construction / outfitting 1.18.3 chemical injection systems 1.18.4 subsea - packages 1.18.5 helideck systems / packages 1.18.6 steel / metal / composite outfitting (gangways, rails etc.) 1.18.7 prefabricated spools, pipework etc. (steel / metal / composites) 1.18.99 other industrial equipment, packages and units 1.19.0 service station equipment / materials / products 1.19.1 shop fittings 1.19.2 car wash equipment and accessories 1.19.3 canopies and accessories 1.19.4 service station signs and accessories 1.19.5 service station pumps and accessories 1.19.6 service station payment terminals and accessories 1.19.7 service station tanks and accessories 1.19.8 food products for resale (tobacco, soft drinks, fresh foods, dry foods etc.) 1.19.9 fast food products for resale (bake-off, hot dogs etc.) 1.19.10 non-food products for resale (glycol, lubricants, windscreen cleaner, other related chemical products, leisure products etc.) 1.19.11 home entertainment products for resale (video, cd's etc.) 1.19.12 newspapers and magazines (for resale) 1.19.99 other service station equipment and materials 2.0.0 products / equipment / materials (continued) 2.1.0 pipes / tubes / hoses and fittings 2.1.1 seamless pipes and tubes 2.1.2 welded pipes and tubes 2.1.3 non-metal pipes and tubes 2.1.4 hoses 2.1.5 flanges, elbows, fittings hangers and pipe supports 2.1.6 gaskets, jointings, packings and tightenings 2.1.7 non-metal flanges, elbows fittings and pipe supports 2.1.8 insulated pipes, tubes, hoses and accessories 2.1.9 flexible pipes 2.1.99 other pipes, tubes, hoses, hubs, pipe penetrators and fittings etc. 2.2.0 valves and accessories 2.2.2 check valves 2.2.3 control valves and accessories 2.2.4 safety valves, relief valves and bursting discs 2.2.5 subsea valves 2.2.6 solenoid valves 2.2.7 actuators and various valve instrumentation 2.2.8 ball valves 2.2.9 butterfly valves 2.2.10 diaphragm valves 2.2.11 Gate Valves 2.2.12 globe valves 2.2.13 needle valves 2.2.14 plug valves 2.2.99 other valves and accessories 2.3.0 steel / metal materials 2.3.1 plates 2.3.2 bars 2.3.3 profiles and sections 2.3.4 forgings and castings 2.3.5 gratings 2.3.6 wires and steel chains including accessories 2.3.7 bolts and nuts 2.3.8 metal bearings and seals 2.3.9 anodes 2.3.10 welding consumables 2.3.20 doors, manholes, hatches 2.3.99 other steel and metal materials 2.4.0 non-metal materials (plastics, composites) 2.4.1 plates 2.4.2 bars 2.4.3 profiles and sections 2.4.4 forgings and castings 2.4.5 gratings 2.4.6 ropes and chains including accessories 2.4.7 bolts and nuts 2.4.8 non-metal bearings and seals 2.4.99 other non-metal materials 2.5.0 automobiles and associated equipment 2.5.1 trucks and associated equipment 2.5.2 trailers and associated equipment 2.5.3 vans, lorries and associated equipment 2.5.4 passenger cars and associated equipment 2.5.5 special vehicles and associated equipment 2.5.6 tyres / batteries / car accessories 2.5.99 other automobiles and associated equipment 2.6.0 downstream packing materials 2.6.1 drums 2.6.2 bottles and cans (glass, metal, plastic etc.) 2.6.3 fluid bags, small containers (less than 1 m3) etc. 2.6.4 boxes (various materials) 2.6.5 pallets 2.6.99 other packing materials 2.7.0 chemical / oils / paints 2.7.1 primers, coatings and paints 2.7.2 petroleum products (gas, oils, fuels etc.) 2.7.3 mud and associated additives 2.7.4 abrasives, polishes, compounds, adhesives 2.7.5 industrial gases 2.7.6 cleaning products (for sanitation products select category 2.12.06) 2.7.7 additives, inhibitors etc. 2.7.8 lubricants 2.7.9 production / process / drilling chemicals 2.7.10 laboratory chemicals 2.7.11 catalysts 2.7.12 completion fluids 2.7.13 cements and associated additives 2.7.99 other chemicals, oils and paints 2.8.0 insulation / refractory materials 2.8.1 fire protection materials 2.8.2 thermal insulation materials 2.8.3 acoustic insulation materials 2.8.99 other insulation and refractory materials 2.9.0 civil bulk materials 2.9.1 cement 2.9.2 sand and aggregates 2.9.3 reinforcing materials 2.9.4 inserts including anchors, bolts etc. 2.9.5 protection materials 2.9.99 other civil bulk materials 2.10.0 architectural / building materials 2.10.1 sanitary equipment 2.10.2 laundry and galley / kitchen equipment 2.10.3 floorings and wall / ceiling panels 2.10.4 doors, windows and shutters 2.10.5 textiles and wallpapers 2.10.6 warehouse equipment and supplies 2.10.7 catering equipment 2.10.8 signs and boards (information, warning, advertisements etc.) 2.10.99 other building materials 2.11.0 workshop and handtools 2.11.1 workshop equipment and handtools 2.11.2 welding equipment and accessories 2.11.3 cleaning equipment and accessories 2.11.4 mechanical handtools 2.11.5 electrical handtools 2.11.6 testing and measuring instruments / equipment 2.12.0 office administration products and consumables 2.12.1 office supplies / stationery 2.12.2 IT consumables 2.12.3 pre-printed stationery (forms, envelopes etc.) 2.12.4 food products and beverages 2.12.5 kitchenware and tableware 2.12.6 cleaning / sanitary supplies 2.12.7 furniture 2.12.8 office equipment 2.12.9 sport and leisure equipment 2.12.10 newspapers, magazines and books - for own use 2.12.99 other office administration products and consumables 2.99.0 other products / equipment and materials 2.99.2 packing, crating and boxing materials 2.99.3 consumables for testing / inspection (film etc.) 2.99.4 uniforms and other types of clothing 2.99.5 scale models (ships, rigs, plants, equipment etc.) 2.99.98 various appreciation gifts 2.99.99 other products / equipment and materials 3.0.0 services 3.1.0 engineering services 3.1.1 project administration services 3.1.2 steel / construction / architectural services 3.1.3 Process / Utilities / Piping / HVAC Services 3.1.4 equipment / mechanical services 3.1.5 electro / control / instrumentation services 3.1.6 pipeline services 3.1.7 Subsea / Diving / ROV Technology Services 3.1.8 drilling / completion engineering services 3.1.9 civil engineering / concrete structure services 3.1.10 waste water treatment services 3.1.11 weight control services 3.1.12 telecommunication services 3.1.13 material technology / anti-corrosion / surface protection services 3.1.14 marine technology / hydrodynamic / aerodynamic services 3.1.15 fire and gas protection system services 3.1.16 production / petroleum engineering services 3.1.17 construction management and supervision services 3.1.18 mud engineering services 3.1.99 other engineering services 3.2.0 consultancy services 3.2.1 quality assurance QA / QC consultancy 3.2.2 safety, health and environment consultancy 3.2.3 risk analysis consultancy 3.2.5 personnel / training system consultancy (for training courses select 3.99.13) 3.2.6 legal consultancy 3.2.7 purchasing and contracting consultancy 3.2.8 cost and planning consultancy 3.2.9 material administration consultancy 3.2.10 technical documentation / document control consultancy 3.2.11 advertising / public affairs / public relations consultancy 3.2.12 marketing and market research consultancy 3.2.13 translation and manual writing consultancy 3.2.14 welding and jointing consultancy 3.2.15 warranty surveyors 3.2.16 third party evaluation / verification consultancy 3.2.17 energy conservation consultancy 3.2.18 simulation consultancy 3.2.19 decommissioning and abandonment consultancy 3.2.20 meteorological consultancy 3.2.21 staff search / selection consultancy 3.2.22 sub-surface consultancy (geological, geophysical, reservoir) 3.2.23 design consultancy (industrial design, web design etc) 3.2.24 marine consultancy 3.2.25 subsea consultancy 3.2.26 career / outplacement consultancy 3.2.98 general management and business development consultancy 3.2.99 other consultancy services 3.3.0 research & development services (R & D) 3.3.1 Engineering (R & D) Services 3.3.2 Geological and Geophysical (R & D) Services 3.3.3 Drilling (R & D) Services 3.3.4 Subsea (R & D) Services 3.3.5 Safety and Environmental (R & D) Services 3.3.6 Information Technology (R & D) Services 3.3.7 Oil and Gas Production (R & D) Services 3.3.8 Refinery / Downstream Technology (R & D) Services 3.3.9 Petrochemicals (R & D) Services 3.3.10 Materials (R & D) Services 3.3.11 Reservoir (R & D) Services 3.3.99 other research and development services 3.4.0 exploration and production drilling services 3.4.1 drilling rigs (semisubmersibles / jackups / others) 3.4.2 production drilling services 3.4.3 conductor piling services 3.4.4 cementing services 3.4.5 casing / tubing running services 3.4.6 casing cutting services 3.4.7 mud logging services 3.4.8 MWD / LWD Services 3.4.9 turbine drilling / down hole motor services 3.4.10 electrical logging / calibration services 3.4.11 coring services 3.4.12 fishing / wireline fishing services 3.4.13 work-over services 3.4.14 snubbing services 3.4.15 drilling fluids / mud services 3.4.16 well testing services 3.4.17 underreaming services 3.4.18 exploration and development services 3.4.19 liner float, hanger and running equipment services 3.4.20 reservoir services 3.4.21 well completion services 3.4.22 well overhauling / stimulation services 3.4.23 wellhead services 3.4.24 wireline services 3.4.25 directional surveying services 3.4.26 cutting injections / cutting disposal services 3.4.27 recutting inspection services 3.4.28 rental of drill pipe 3.4.29 cased hole logging services (gyro, perforation, PLT, Gauges) 3.4.30 drill stem testing services 3.4.31 directional drilling services 3.4.32 perforation services 3.4.33 gravel packing services 3.4.34 fracturating services 3.4.35 plugging services 3.4.36 well wash services 3.4.37 coiled tubing services 3.4.38 pumping services 3.4.39 fluid / bottom hole sampling services 3.4.40 OCTG services (cleaning, hardbanding, recutting, rethreading, storage) 3.4.41 well crisis management services 3.4.99 other drilling services 3.5.0 construction / modification / repair / maintenance / refurbishment services 3.5.1 steel / piping / mechanical services 3.5.2 electrical / instrument services 3.5.3 ventilation / heating / sanitary services 3.5.4 waste disposal / drainage services 3.5.5 insulation services 3.5.6 surface treatment, sandblasting, painting, coating and fireproofing services 3.5.7 scaffolding / rigging / covering services 3.5.8 civil works / building contracting services including drilling / tunnelling 3.5.9 Diving / ROV / Submersible operations 3.5.10 subsea construction services 3.5.11 generator services 3.5.12 pipe cutting and bending services 3.5.13 industrial cleaning services 3.5.14 catalyst handling / regeneration services 3.5.15 bolt tensioning services 3.5.16 rope access services 3.5.17 welding and jointing services 3.5.18 safety / protection / security / firefighting system services 3.5.19 preservation of mechanical and electrical component services 3.5.20 maintenance and modification of pumps and rotating equipment 3.5.21 heat treating and demagnetising services 3.5.22 vehicle maintenance and repair services 3.5.23 machining services (in situ and general machining) 3.5.24 site clean-up services 3.5.25 biological sludge treatment services 3.5.26 tank bottom sludge treatment services 3.5.27 piling services 3.5.30 valve management services including testing and repair 3.5.31 crane management services 3.5.99 other construction / maintenance services 3.6.0 installation services / marine contracting (for abandonment services see section 3.15) 3.6.1 pipelaying / cable laying services 3.6.2 trenching and excavation services 3.6.3 Diving / ROV / Submersible operations 3.6.4 cranes / crane barges / heavy lift vessels 3.6.5 hook-up and commissioning including marine installation services 3.6.6 mobile production units 3.6.7 dredging services 3.6.8 gravel and rock dumping services 3.6.9 Floating Storage Units (FSU) 3.6.10 subsea pipeline protection services 3.6.11 installation of subsea packages 3.6.13 mooring system services 3.6.99 other installation services 3.7.0 inspection / control and testing services 3.7.1 Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Services 3.7.2 pipeline flushing, external / internal inspection, pigging services 3.7.3 surface treatment inspection services 3.7.4 pressure testing services 3.7.5 instrument testing / calibration services 3.7.6 load testing services 3.7.7 Diving / ROV operations 3.7.8 laboratory testing services 3.7.10 dimensional control / verification services 3.7.12 third party measurement services 3.7.98 other inspection services 3.7.99 other testing services 3.8.0 transportation / supply / disposal services 3.8.1 Tugs / ROV support / diving support vessels 3.8.2 barges 3.8.3 air transport services of passengers and freight 3.8.4 accommodation platforms / vessels 3.8.5 rental of containers, baskets etc. 3.8.6 disposal / distribution and waste transport services etc. 3.8.7 salvage services etc. 3.8.8 rental of cranes and special vehicles 3.8.9 courier services 3.8.10 freight forwarding / logistics management services 3.8.11 transport broker and agent services 3.8.12 supply base / warehouse / storage services 3.8.13 ship chandler services 3.8.14 bulk truck transportation services 3.8.15 truck package / product transportation services 3.8.16 moving services 3.8.17 supply vessels 3.8.18 stand-by vessels 3.8.99 other transportation / supply and disposal services 3.9.0 surveying / positioning services 3.9.1 soil investigation services 3.9.2 navigation / positioning services 3.9.3 geotechnical services 3.9.4 geophysical and hydrographic site survey services 3.9.5 oceanographic services 3.9.6 rig positioning services 3.9.7 photogrammetry surveying services 3.9.8 chart and map production services 3.9.9 rental of surveying / positioning equipment 3.9.10 survey and positioning support services 3.9.99 other surveying / positioning services 3.10.0 seismic services 3.10.1 2D / 3D / 4D seismic data acquisition services 3.10.2 2D / 3D / 4D seismic data processing services 3.10.3 site surveys services 3.10.4 well velocity survey services 3.10.5 rental of seismic equipment 3.10.6 2D / 3D / 4D seismic data interpretation services 3.10.99 other seismic services 3.11.0 information systems / information technology / communication services 3.11.1 network installation / support services 3.11.2 software development and support services 3.11.3 computer based modelling services 3.11.4 computer based simulation / training program services 3.11.5 CAD / CAP services 3.11.6 hardware installation support services 3.11.7 operating systems installation / support services 3.11.8 user support / help desk services 3.11.9 IT management consultancy services 3.11.10 data management services 3.11.11 General IS / IT consultancy services 3.11.20 telecommunication installation / support services 3.11.21 data and message transmitting services 3.11.22 rental of telecom lines 3.11.23 telecom subscription services 3.11.24 public address system services 3.11.98 other communication services 3.11.99 other information systems (IS) / information technology (IT) Services 3.12.0 petroleum technology services 3.12.7 geophysical interpretation services 3.12.8 petrophysical interpretation services 3.12.9 geological evaluation services (organic geochemistry, petrology, diagenesis, biostratigraphy, fluid characterisation, pvt, core analysis, flooding) 3.12.10 reservoir evaluation services 3.12.99 other petroleum technology services 3.13.0 certification and integrity services 3.13.1 quality management systems certification 3.13.2 environmental management systems certification 3.13.3 safety management systems certification 3.13.4 information security management systems certification 3.13.5 certification of welders 3.13.6 certification of NDT personnel 3.13.7 certification of machinery 3.13.8 certification of cranes and lifting appliances 3.13.9 certification of pressurised equipment 3.13.10 evaluation and certification of software and electronics (it) 3.13.11 notified body for machinery 3.13.12 notified body for simple pressure vessels 3.13.13 notified body for telecommunication terminal equipment 3.13.14 notified body for medical equipment 3.13.15 notified body for personal protection equipment 3.13.16 notified body for lifts 3.13.17 notified body for pressure containing equipment 3.13.30 integrity management services 3.13.99 other certification services 3.14.0 financial and insurance services 3.14.1 banking services 3.14.2 monetary intermediation services 3.14.3 credit granting services 3.14.4 financial markets administration services 3.14.5 security broking and fund management services 3.14.18 financial management consultancy services 3.14.19 other banking and financial services 3.14.20 accounting services 3.14.21 auditing services 3.14.30 life insurance services 3.14.31 pension funding services 3.14.32 non-life insurance services 3.14.33 insurance broking services 3.14.39 other insurance services 3.15.0 decommissioning and abandonment services 3.15.1 project management services 3.15.2 marine services 3.15.3 subsea services 3.15.4 well services 3.15.5 cutting services 3.15.6 site services 3.15.7 waste management services 3.15.8 integrity / legislation services 3.15.99 other decommissioning and abandonment services 3.20.0 service station maintenance / services 3.20.1 car wash equipment maintenance / services 3.20.2 canopy equipment maintenance / services 3.20.3 signs and accessories maintenance / services 3.20.4 service station pumps maintenance / services 3.20.5 payment terminal maintenance / services 3.20.6 service station tanks maintenance / services 3.20.99 other service station maintenance / services 3.90.0 exchange and throughput services 3.90.1 exchange and throughput services 3.99.0 other supporting services 3.99.2 temporary accommodation / camp services 3.99.3 catering services 3.99.4 cleaning and laundry services 3.99.5 security services 3.99.6 rental of equipment 3.99.7 printing and copying services 3.99.8 photographic / film / video services 3.99.9 technical drafting services 3.99.10 travel agency, car rental services etc. 3.99.12 medical services 3.99.13 training course / seminar services 3.99.14 recreational services 3.99.15 hotel and conference services 3.99.16 rental of housing and office space etc. 3.99.17 energy / electrical power supply services 3.99.18 manpower supply, temporary staff hiring - technical 3.99.19 manpower supply, temporary staff hiring - administration 3.99.20 library services 3.99.21 equipment brokerage services 3.99.22 horticultural / grounds maintenance services 3.99.99 other supporting services 4.0.0 multidiscipline / combined supplies and/or services (turnkey / packages) 4.1.0 engineering / procurement 4.1.1 steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms 4.1.2 floating facilities / systems including storage / loading 4.1.3 subsea systems 4.1.4 pipeline systems 4.1.5 risers 4.1.6 umbilicals 4.1.7 terminal / oil movement systems 4.1.8 accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules 4.1.9 process modules / packages 4.1.10 utilities modules / packages 4.1.11 drilling modules / packages 4.1.12 buildings including service stations 4.1.99 other systems 4.2.0 engineering / procurement / construction 4.2.1 steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms 4.2.2 floating facilities / systems including storage / loading 4.2.3 subsea systems 4.2.4 pipeline systems 4.2.5 risers 4.2.6 umbilicals 4.2.7 terminal / oil movement systems 4.2.8 accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules 4.2.9 process modules / packages 4.2.10 utilities modules / packages 4.2.11 drilling modules / packages 4.2.12 buildings including service stations 4.2.99 other systems 4.3.0 engineering / procurement / construction / installation 4.3.1 steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms 4.3.2 floating facilities / systems including storage / loading 4.3.3 subsea systems 4.3.4 pipeline systems 4.3.5 risers 4.3.6 umbilicals 4.3.7 terminal / oil movement systems 4.3.8 accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules 4.3.9 process modules / packages 4.3.10 utilities modules / packages 4.3.11 drilling modules / packages 4.3.12 buildings including service stations 4.3.99 other systems 4.4.0 engineering / procurement / construction / installation / commissioning 4.4.1 steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms 4.4.2 floating facilities / systems including storage / loading 4.4.3 subsea systems 4.4.4 pipeline systems 4.4.5 risers 4.4.6 umbilicals 4.4.7 terminal / oil movement systems 4.4.8 accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules 4.4.9 process modules / packages 4.4.10 utilities modules / packages 4.4.11 drilling modules / packages 4.4.12 buildings including service stations 4.4.99 other systems 4.5.0 integrated services 4.5.1 management and provision of all facilities engineering, modification and maintenance services for a site / platform 4.5.2 management and operations, including production supervision of all facilities, engineering, modification and maintenance services for site / platform 4.5.3 hydrocarbon reservoir development and production services 4.5.4 extended well test / early production services including provision of floating or jackup production unit 4.5.5 well management / construction services 4.5.6 management and provision of all catering, cleaning, office and security service at location / platform 4.5.7 field development

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First Point Assessment (FPAL) has been established as an industry-based company to create opportunities for improving efficiency and reducing costs throughout the supply chain. FPAL provide a register of suppliers and contractors to the above list of subscribing oil and gas industry purchasing group companies who may use the database as their first stage of qualification in the selection of tenderers for contracts subject to EU rules. 1.0.0 products / equipment / materials 1.1.0 drilling equipment 1.1.1 drilling machinery, mud equipment and accessories 1.1.2 production surface equipment 1.1.3 drilling tools and retrievable production tools 1.1.4 casing, tubing, liner, connectors and accessories (OCTG) 1.1.5 cementing equipment and line hanger systems 1.1.6 fishing and repair tools (drilling) 1.1.7 drilling and mud control instruments 1.1.8 production well test and monitoring instruments 1.1.9 wellhead equipment, X-mas trees and accessories 1.1.10 production string components 1.1.11 derricks and accessories 1.1.12 drill bits 1.1.13 bop and accessories 1.1.14 wireline equipment and accessories 1.1.15 coiled tubing tools and accessories 1.1.16 down hole pressure control equipment 1.1.17 pipe handling and lifting equipment 1.1.18 subsea equipment 1.1.99 other drilling and production equipment 1.2.0 material and product handling equipment 1.2.1 cranes, davits, hoists and winches 1.2.2 elevators 1.2.3 other lifting gear and accessories 1.2.4 trucks, forklifts etc 1.2.5 baskets, containers and trolleys 1.2.6 conveyors, feeders and accessories 1.2.7 packing equipment and accessories 1.2.8 miscellaneous docking equipment 1.2.9 jetty equipment including loading arms / hoses etc. 1.2.10 scaffolding 1.2.11 tarpaulins 1.2.12 weighing equipment and accessories 1.2.99 other material and product handling equipment 1.3.0 compressors / expanders / blowers and accessories 1.3.1 centrifugal compressors 1.3.2 reciprocating compressors 1.3.3 screw / rotary compressors 1.3.4 axial compressors 1.3.5 blowers and fans 1.3.6 gas expanders 1.3.7 jet compressors 1.3.8 steam ejectors / thermocompressors 1.3.99 other compressors, blowers and accessories 1.4.0 pumps and accessories 1.4.1 centrifugal and rotary pumps 1.4.2 reciprocating pumps 1.4.3 diaphragm pumps 1.4.4 screw pumps 1.4.5 submersible pumps 1.4.6 multiphase pumps 1.4.7 liquid jet pumps / eductors 1.4.99 other pumps and accessories 1.5.0 drivers and accessories 1.5.1 electric motors / drives 1.5.2 gas turbines 1.5.3 steam turbines 1.5.4 oil / diesel engines 1.5.5 air / gas engines 1.5.6 hydraulic drivers 1.5.7 gear boxes, gear units, couplings 1.5.8 submersible motors 1.5.9 propulsion units and accessories 1.5.99 other drivers and accessories 1.6.0 heaters / furnaces / boilers 1.6.1 direct fired heaters / boilers (oil, LPG, gas) and accessories 1.6.2 steam boilers 1.6.3 electric heaters 1.6.4 stacks, flares and accessories 1.6.99 other heaters, furnaces, boilers and accessories 1.7.0 heat exchangers / heat transfer equipment 1.7.1 shell and tube heat exchangers 1.7.2 plate heat exchangers 1.7.3 air coolers 1.7.4 waste heat recovery units 1.7.5 miscellaneous coolers and condensers 1.7.99 other heat transfer equipment 1.8.0 tanks / vessels / columns 1.8.1 storage tanks including spheres and accessories 1.8.2 pressure vessels, drums, accumulators etc 1.8.3 columns and accessories 1.8.4 tank / vessel / column internals 1.8.99 other tanks, vessels, columns and accessories 1.9.0 electrical equipment and materials 1.9.1 generators, power sources, units and accessories 1.9.2 transformers and accessories 1.9.3 switch / control equipment, plugs, connectors etc. 1.9.4 rectifiers, inverters and converters 1.9.5 distribution equipment and materials (circuit breakers, junction / terminal boxes etc.) 1.9.6 lamps, lighting fixtures, lighting equipment etc. 1.9.7 cables, cords, wires and accessories 1.9.8 cathodic protection equipment 1.9.9 transits and glands 1.9.10 electrical connectors - subsea 1.9.11 cable racks and trays 1.9.99 other electrical equipment and materials 1.10.0 instrumentation / communication and process control equipment / materials 1.10.1 pressure instruments 1.10.2 temperature instruments 1.10.3 level instruments 1.10.4 flow instruments 1.10.5 fire / smoke / gas / heat detection instruments 1.10.6 instrument tubing and fittings 1.10.7 junction boxes 1.10.8 process control and monitoring equipment and systems 1.10.9 metering equipment and systems 1.10.10 detectors and analysers 1.10.11 control panels and control stations 1.10.12 sonar / radar / DP / navigation / positioning equipment and systems 1.10.13 corrosion monitoring systems 1.10.14 simulator systems 1.10.15 acoustic equipment 1.10.16 acoustic telemetry systems 1.10.17 meteorological instruments / equipment 1.10.97 other alarm / control systems 1.10.98 instrument and communication cables 1.10.99 other instrument / communication and process control equipment / materials 1.11.0 miscellaneous mechanical equipment 1.11.1 mechanical separators, tumblers chlorinators, hydrocyclones, scrubbers and accessories 1.11.2 regenerative / non-regenerative filters, strainers and accessories 1.11.3 mixers, agitators, blenders, feeders and accessories 1.11.4 hydraulic units and accessories 1.11.5 fresh water treatment / desalination systems and accessories 1.11.6 gas treatment units and accessories 1.11.7 pressure reduction stations for gas distribution 1.11.99 other mechanical equipment and accessories 1.12.0 cooling / heating / ventilation / air conditioning equipment 1.12.1 HVAC system packages 1.12.2 cooling and refrigeration units 1.12.3 humidifiers, dryers etc. 1.12.4 air fans 1.12.5 filters, coalescers and accessories 1.12.6 dampers and accessories 1.12.7 ducting etc. 1.12.8 heating coils / units (electric, steam, water etc.) 1.12.99 Other HVAC Equipment and Accessories 1.13.0 marine / diving and pipeline equipment 1.13.1 anchoring / buoying equipment 1.13.2 rovs, rov tools and accessories 1.13.4 ships gear 1.13.5 turrets 1.13.6 diving equipment - personal equipment (diving helmets, suits, knives, lead belts etc.) 1.13.7 diving equipment - vessel based equipment (diving bells) (compression chambers, gas mix batteries, umbilicals etc.) 1.13.20 pipeline equipment, connectors and accessories 1.13.21 pig launchers / transmitters / traps / receivers and accessories 1.13.22 pigging equipment and accessories 1.13.23 through flowline systems and tools 1.13.99 other marine / diving and pipeline equipment and accessories 1.14.0 computer and communication equipment 1.14.1 Computer Hardware - Work Stations (PCs and Unix) 1.14.2 Computer Hardware - Servers (PCs, Unix) 1.14.3 computer hardware - mainframes (CPUs, storage and other mainframe equipment and accessories) 1.14.4 computer peripherals, (VDUs, printers and other peripherals) 1.14.5 communication equipment and accessories (routers, modems, HUBs, cables etc.) 1.14.6 databases, software development tools, application generators, data administration tools etc. 1.14.7 general business software (financial, logistics, personnel, document administration, management information etc.) 1.14.8 general technical software systems (specialist systems, CAD/CAP etc.) 1.14.9 technical oil / gas related software systems (reservoir, geological, drilling etc.) 1.14.10 office automation software (spreadsheet, planning, word processing, graphics, filing / retrieval etc.) 1.14.11 utility software (operational support, security systems, networks (LAN/WAN) communications software etc.) 1.14.20 telecommunication equipment and systems (PABXs, telephone equipment, telex / telefax, accessories etc.) 1.14.21 audio / video equipment and accessories 1.14.22 personal communication equipment and accessories (PDA, Tablet PC, Cell Phone, PCMCIA / GSM Card) 1.14.99 other computer and communication equipment and accessories 1.15.0 laboratory / medical equipment 1.15.1 general laboratory apparatus and requisites 1.15.3 medical equipment and supplies 1.15.99 other laboratory and medical equipment and accessories 1.16.0 safety / protection / security / firefighting equipment 1.16.1 security equipment and accessories 1.16.2 safety and protection equipment / products, life boats and life rafts 1.16.3 firefighting equipment / products 1.16.4 escape tools / equipment 1.16.5 fire / gas detection / protection systems 1.16.6 inert gas / nitrogen systems 1.16.99 other safety / security / firefighting equipment and accessories 1.17.0 environmental equipment / products 1.17.1 waste water disposal / recovery equipment 1.17.2 oil recovery equipment and accessories 1.17.3 waste gas treatment / recovery equipment 1.17.4 noise abatement equipment and accessories 1.17.5 asbestos removal equipment and accessories 1.17.98 other waste disposal / recovery equipment 1.17.99 other environmental equipment / products 1.18.0 packages - construction / outfitting 1.18.3 chemical injection systems 1.18.4 subsea - packages 1.18.5 helideck systems / packages 1.18.6 steel / metal / composite outfitting (gangways, rails etc.) 1.18.7 prefabricated spools, pipework etc. (steel / metal / composites) 1.18.99 other industrial equipment, packages and units 1.19.0 service station equipment / materials / products 1.19.1 shop fittings 1.19.2 car wash equipment and accessories 1.19.3 canopies and accessories 1.19.4 service station signs and accessories 1.19.5 service station pumps and accessories 1.19.6 service station payment terminals and accessories 1.19.7 service station tanks and accessories 1.19.8 food products for resale (tobacco, soft drinks, fresh foods, dry foods etc.) 1.19.9 fast food products for resale (bake-off, hot dogs etc.) 1.19.10 non-food products for resale (glycol, lubricants, windscreen cleaner, other related chemical products, leisure products etc.) 1.19.11 Home Entertainment Products for Resale (Video, CD's etc.) 1.19.12 newspapers and magazines (for resale) 1.19.99 other service station equipment and materials 2.0.0 products / equipment / materials (continued) 2.1.0 pipes / tubes / hoses and fittings 2.1.1 seamless pipes and tubes 2.1.2 welded pipes and tubes 2.1.3 non-metal pipes and tubes 2.1.4 hoses 2.1.5 flanges, elbows, fittings hangers and pipe supports 2.1.6 gaskets, jointings, packings and tightenings 2.1.7 non-metal flanges, elbows fittings and pipe supports 2.1.8 insulated pipes, tubes, hoses and accessories 2.1.9 flexible pipes 2.1.99 other pipes, tubes, hoses, hubs, pipe penetrators and fittings etc. 2.2.0 valves and accessories 2.2.2 check valves 2.2.3 control valves and accessories 2.2.4 safety valves, relief valves and bursting discs 2.2.5 subsea valves 2.2.6 solenoid valves 2.2.7 actuators and various valve instrumentation 2.2.8 ball valves 2.2.9 butterfly valves 2.2.10 diaphragm valves 2.2.11 gate valves 2.2.12 globe valves 2.2.13 needle valves 2.2.14 plug valves 2.2.99 other valves and accessories 2.3.0 steel / metal materials 2.3.1 plates 2.3.2 bars 2.3.3 profiles and sections 2.3.4 forgings and castings 2.3.5 gratings 2.3.6 wires and steel chains including accessories 2.3.7 bolts and nuts 2.3.8 metal bearings and seals 2.3.9 anodes 2.3.10 welding consumables 2.3.20 doors, manholes, hatches 2.3.99 other steel and metal materials 2.4.0 non-metal materials (plastics, composites) 2.4.1 plates 2.4.2 bars 2.4.3 profiles and sections 2.4.4 forgings and castings 2.4.5 gratings 2.4.6 ropes and chains including accessories 2.4.7 bolts and nuts 2.4.8 non-metal bearings and seals 2.4.99 other non-metal materials 2.5.0 automobiles and associated equipment 2.5.1 trucks and associated equipment 2.5.2 trailers and associated equipment 2.5.3 vans, lorries and associated equipment 2.5.4 passenger cars and associated equipment 2.5.5 special vehicles and associated equipment 2.5.6 tyres / batteries / car accessories 2.5.99 other automobiles and associated equipment 2.6.0 downstream packing materials 2.6.1 drums 2.6.2 bottles and cans (glass, metal, plastic etc.) 2.6.3 fluid bags, small containers (less than 1 m3) etc. 2.6.4 boxes (various materials) 2.6.5 pallets 2.6.99 other packing materials 2.7.0 chemical / oils / paints 2.7.1 primers, coatings and paints 2.7.2 petroleum products (gas, oils, fuels etc.) 2.7.3 mud and associated additives 2.7.4 abrasives, polishes, compounds, adhesives 2.7.5 industrial gases 2.7.6 cleaning products (for sanitation products select category 2.12.06) 2.7.7 additives, inhibitors etc. 2.7.8 lubricants 2.7.9 production / process / drilling chemicals 2.7.10 laboratory chemicals 2.7.11 catalysts 2.7.12 completion fluids 2.7.13 cements and associated additives 2.7.99 other chemicals, oils and paints 2.8.0 insulation / refractory materials 2.8.1 fire protection materials 2.8.2 thermal insulation materials 2.8.3 acoustic insulation materials 2.8.99 other insulation and refractory materials 2.9.0 civil bulk materials 2.9.1 cement 2.9.2 sand and aggregates 2.9.3 reinforcing materials 2.9.4 inserts including anchors, bolts etc. 2.9.5 protection materials 2.9.99 other civil bulk materials 2.10.0 architectural / building materials 2.10.1 sanitary equipment 2.10.2 laundry and galley / kitchen equipment 2.10.3 floorings and wall / ceiling panels 2.10.4 doors, windows and shutters 2.10.5 textiles and wallpapers 2.10.6 warehouse equipment and supplies 2.10.7 catering equipment 2.10.8 signs and boards (information, warning, advertisements etc.) 2.10.99 other building materials 2.11.0 workshop and handtools 2.11.1 workshop equipment and handtools 2.11.2 welding equipment and accessories 2.11.3 cleaning equipment and accessories 2.11.4 mechanical handtools 2.11.5 electrical handtools 2.11.6 testing and measuring instruments / equipment 2.12.0 office administration products and consumables 2.12.1 office supplies / stationery 2.12.2 it consumables 2.12.3 pre-printed stationery (forms, envelopes etc.) 2.12.4 food products and beverages 2.12.5 kitchenware and tableware 2.12.6 cleaning / sanitary supplies 2.12.7 furniture 2.12.8 office equipment 2.12.9 sport and leisure equipment 2.12.10 newspapers, magazines and books - for own use 2.12.99 other office administration products and consumables 2.99.0 other products / equipment and materials 2.99.2 packing, crating and boxing materials 2.99.3 consumables for testing / inspection (film etc.) 2.99.4 uniforms and other types of clothing 2.99.5 scale models (ships, rigs, plants, equipment etc.) 2.99.98 various appreciation gifts 2.99.99 other products / equipment and materials 3.0.0 services 3.1.0 engineering services 3.1.1 project administration services 3.1.2 steel / construction / architectural services 3.1.3 process / utilities / piping / hvac services 3.1.4 equipment / mechanical services 3.1.5 electro / control / instrumentation services 3.1.6 pipeline services 3.1.7 Subsea / Diving / ROV Technology Services 3.1.8 drilling / completion engineering services 3.1.9 civil engineering / concrete structure services 3.1.10 waste water treatment services 3.1.11 weight control services 3.1.12 telecommunication services 3.1.13 material technology / anti-corrosion / surface protection services 3.1.14 marine technology / hydrodynamic / aerodynamic services 3.1.15 fire and gas protection system services 3.1.16 production / petroleum engineering services 3.1.17 construction management and supervision services 3.1.18 mud engineering services 3.1.99 other engineering services 3.2.0 consultancy services 3.2.1 Quality Assurance QA / QC Consultancy 3.2.2 safety, health and environment consultancy 3.2.3 risk analysis consultancy 3.2.5 personnel / training system consultancy (for training courses select 3.99.13) 3.2.6 legal consultancy 3.2.7 purchasing and contracting consultancy 3.2.8 cost and planning consultancy 3.2.9 material administration consultancy 3.2.10 technical documentation / document control consultancy 3.2.11 advertising / public affairs / public relations consultancy 3.2.12 marketing and market research consultancy 3.2.13 translation and manual writing consultancy 3.2.14 welding and jointing consultancy 3.2.15 warranty surveyors 3.2.16 third party evaluation / verification consultancy 3.2.17 energy conservation consultancy 3.2.18 simulation consultancy 3.2.19 decommissioning and abandonment consultancy 3.2.20 meteorological consultancy 3.2.21 staff search / selection consultancy 3.2.22 sub-surface consultancy (geological, geophysical, reservoir) 3.2.23 design consultancy (industrial design, web design etc) 3.2.24 marine consultancy 3.2.25 subsea consultancy 3.2.26 career / outplacement consultancy 3.2.98 general management and business development consultancy 3.2.99 other consultancy services 3.3.0 research & development services (R & D) 3.3.1 Engineering (R & D) Services 3.3.2 Geological and Geophysical (R & D) Services 3.3.3 Drilling (R & D) Services 3.3.4 Subsea (R & D) Services 3.3.5 Safety and Environmental (R & D) Services 3.3.6 Information Technology (R & D) Services 3.3.7 Oil and Gas Production (R & D) Services 3.3.8 Refinery / Downstream Technology (R & D) Services 3.3.9 Petrochemicals (R & D) Services 3.3.10 Materials (R & D) Services 3.3.11 Reservoir (R & D) Services 3.3.99 Other Research and Development Services 3.4.0 exploration and production drilling services 3.4.1 drilling rigs (semisubmersibles / jackups / others) 3.4.2 production drilling services 3.4.3 conductor piling services 3.4.4 cementing services 3.4.5 casing / tubing running services 3.4.6 casing cutting services 3.4.7 MUD logging services 3.4.8 MWD / LWD services 3.4.9 turbine drilling / down hole motor services 3.4.10 electrical logging / calibration services 3.4.11 coring services 3.4.12 fishing / wireline fishing services 3.4.13 work-over services 3.4.14 snubbing services 3.4.15 drilling fluids / mud services 3.4.16 well testing services 3.4.17 underreaming services 3.4.18 exploration and development services 3.4.19 liner float, hanger and running equipment services 3.4.20 reservoir services 3.4.21 well completion services 3.4.22 well overhauling / stimulation services 3.4.23 wellhead services 3.4.24 wireline services 3.4.25 directional surveying services 3.4.26 cutting injections / cutting disposal services 3.4.27 recutting inspection services 3.4.28 rental of drill pipe 3.4.29 Cased Hole Logging Services (Gyro, Perforation, PLT, Gauges) 3.4.30 drill stem testing services 3.4.31 directional drilling services 3.4.32 perforation services 3.4.33 gravel packing services 3.4.34 fracturating services 3.4.35 plugging services 3.4.36 well wash services 3.4.37 coiled tubing services 3.4.38 pumping services 3.4.39 fluid / bottom hole sampling services 3.4.40 octg services (cleaning, hardbanding, recutting, rethreading, storage) 3.4.41 well crisis management services 3.4.99 other drilling services 3.5.0 construction / modification / repair / maintenance / refurbishment services 3.5.1 steel / piping / mechanical services 3.5.2 electrical / instrument services 3.5.3 ventilation / heating / sanitary services 3.5.4 waste disposal / drainage services 3.5.5 insulation services 3.5.6 surface treatment, sandblasting, painting, coating and fireproofing services 3.5.7 scaffolding / rigging / covering services 3.5.8 civil works / building contracting services including drilling / tunnelling 3.5.9 Diving / ROV / Submersible operations 3.5.10 subsea construction services 3.5.11 generator services 3.5.12 pipe cutting and bending services 3.5.13 industrial cleaning services 3.5.14 catalyst handling / regeneration services 3.5.15 bolt tensioning services 3.5.16 rope access services 3.5.17 welding and jointing services 3.5.18 safety / protection / security / firefighting system services 3.5.19 preservation of mechanical and electrical component services 3.5.20 maintenance and modification of pumps and rotating equipment 3.5.21 heat treating and demagnetising services 3.5.22 vehicle maintenance and repair services 3.5.23 machining services (in situ and general machining) 3.5.24 site clean-up services 3.5.25 biological sludge treatment services 3.5.26 tank bottom sludge treatment services 3.5.27 piling services 3.5.30 valve management services including testing and repair 3.5.31 crane management services 3.5.99 other construction / maintenance services 3.6.0 installation services / marine contracting (for abandonment services see section 3.15) 3.6.1 pipelaying / cable laying services 3.6.2 trenching and excavation services 3.6.3 Diving / ROV / Submersible operations 3.6.4 cranes / crane barges / heavy lift vessels 3.6.5 hook-up and commissioning including marine installation services 3.6.6 mobile production units 3.6.7 dredging services 3.6.8 gravel and rock dumping services 3.6.9 Floating Storage Units (FSU) 3.6.10 subsea pipeline protection services 3.6.11 installation of subsea packages 3.6.13 mooring system services 3.6.99 other installation services 3.7.0 inspection / control and testing services 3.7.1 Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Services 3.7.2 pipeline flushing, external / internal inspection, pigging services 3.7.3 surface treatment inspection services 3.7.4 pressure testing services 3.7.5 instrument testing / calibration services 3.7.6 load testing services 3.7.7 diving / rov operations 3.7.8 laboratory testing services 3.7.10 dimensional control / verification services 3.7.12 third party measurement services 3.7.98 other inspection services 3.7.99 other testing services 3.8.0 transportation / supply / disposal services 3.8.1 Tugs / ROV Support / Diving Support Vessels 3.8.2 barges 3.8.3 air transport services of passengers and freight 3.8.4 accommodation platforms / vessels 3.8.5 rental of containers, baskets etc. 3.8.6 disposal / distribution and waste transport services etc. 3.8.7 salvage services etc. 3.8.8 rental of cranes and special vehicles 3.8.9 courier services 3.8.10 freight forwarding / logistics management services 3.8.11 transport broker and agent services 3.8.12 supply base / warehouse / storage services 3.8.13 ship chandler services 3.8.14 bulk truck transportation services 3.8.15 truck package / product transportation services 3.8.16 moving services 3.8.17 supply vessels 3.8.18 stand-by vessels 3.8.99 other transportation / supply and disposal services 3.9.0 surveying / positioning services 3.9.1 soil investigation services 3.9.2 navigation / positioning services 3.9.3 geotechnical services 3.9.4 geophysical and hydrographic site survey services 3.9.5 oceanographic services 3.9.6 rig positioning services 3.9.7 photogrammetry surveying services 3.9.8 chart and map production services 3.9.9 rental of surveying / positioning equipment 3.9.10 survey and positioning support services 3.9.99 other surveying / positioning services 3.10.0 seismic services 3.10.1 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Acquisition Services 3.10.2 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Processing Services 3.10.3 Site Surveys Services 3.10.4 Well Velocity Survey Services 3.10.5 Rental of Seismic Equipment 3.10.6 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Interpretation Services 3.10.99 Other Seismic Services 3.11.0 information systems / information technology / communication services 3.11.1 network installation / support services 3.11.2 software development and support services 3.11.3 computer based modelling services 3.11.4 computer based simulation / training program services 3.11.5 CAD / CAP Services 3.11.6 hardware installation support services 3.11.7 operating systems installation / support services 3.11.8 user support / help desk services 3.11.9 it management consultancy services 3.11.10 data management services 3.11.11 General IS / IT Consultancy Services 3.11.20 telecommunication installation / support services 3.11.21 data and message transmitting services 3.11.22 rental of telecom lines 3.11.23 telecom subscription services 3.11.24 public address system services 3.11.98 other communication services 3.11.99 Other Information Systems (IS) / Information Technology (IT) Services 3.12.0 petroleum technology services 3.12.7 geophysical interpretation services 3.12.8 Petrophysical Interpretation Services 3.12.9 Geological Evaluation Services (Organic Geochemistry, Petrology, Diagenesis, Biostratigraphy, Fluid Characterisation, PVT, Core Analysis, Flooding) 3.12.10 reservoir evaluation services 3.12.99 other petroleum technology services 3.13.0 certification and integrity services 3.13.1 quality management systems certification 3.13.2 environmental management systems certification 3.13.3 safety management systems certification 3.13.4 information security management systems certification 3.13.5 certification of welders 3.13.6 Certification of NDT Personnel 3.13.7 certification of machinery 3.13.8 certification of cranes and lifting appliances 3.13.9 certification of pressurised equipment 3.13.10 evaluation and certification of software and electronics (it) 3.13.11 notified body for machinery 3.13.12 notified body for simple pressure vessels 3.13.13 notified body for telecommunication terminal equipment 3.13.14 notified body for medical equipment 3.13.15 notified body for personal protection equipment 3.13.16 notified body for lifts 3.13.17 notified body for pressure containing equipment 3.13.30 integrity management services 3.13.99 other certification services 3.14.0 financial and insurance services 3.14.1 banking services 3.14.2 monetary intermediation services 3.14.3 credit granting services 3.14.4 financial markets administration services 3.14.5 security broking and fund management services 3.14.18 financial management consultancy services 3.14.19 other banking and financial services 3.14.20 accounting services 3.14.21 auditing services 3.14.30 life insurance services 3.14.31 pension funding services 3.14.32 non-life insurance services 3.14.33 insurance broking services 3.14.39 other insurance services 3.15.0 decommissioning and abandonment services 3.15.1 project management services 3.15.2 marine services 3.15.3 subsea services 3.15.4 well services 3.15.5 cutting services 3.15.6 site services 3.15.7 waste management services 3.15.8 integrity / legislation services 3.15.99 other decommissioning and abandonment services 3.20.0 service station maintenance / services 3.20.1 car wash equipment maintenance / services 3.20.2 canopy equipment maintenance / services 3.20.3 signs and accessories maintenance / services 3.20.4 service station pumps maintenance / services 3.20.5 payment terminal maintenance / services 3.20.6 service station tanks maintenance / services 3.20.99 other service station maintenance / services 3.90.0 exchange and throughput services 3.90.1 exchange and throughput services 3.99.0 other supporting services 3.99.2 temporary accommodation / camp services 3.99.3 catering services 3.99.4 cleaning and laundry services 3.99.5 security services 3.99.6 rental of equipment 3.99.7 printing and copying services 3.99.8 photographic / film / video services 3.99.9 technical drafting services 3.99.10 travel agency, car rental services etc. 3.99.12 medical services 3.99.13 training course / seminar services 3.99.14 recreational services 3.99.15 hotel and conference services 3.99.16 rental of housing and office space etc. 3.99.17 energy / electrical power supply services 3.99.18 manpower supply, temporary staff hiring - technical 3.99.19 manpower supply, temporary staff hiring - administration 3.99.20 library services 3.99.21 equipment brokerage services 3.99.22 horticultural / grounds maintenance services 3.99.99 other supporting services 4.0.0 multidiscipline / combined supplies and/or services (turnkey / packages) 4.1.0 engineering / procurement 4.1.1 steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms 4.1.2 floating facilities / systems including storage / loading 4.1.3 subsea systems 4.1.4 pipeline systems 4.1.5 risers 4.1.6 umbilicals 4.1.7 terminal / oil movement systems 4.1.8 accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules 4.1.9 process modules / packages 4.1.10 utilities modules / packages 4.1.11 drilling modules / packages 4.1.12 buildings including service stations 4.1.99 other systems 4.2.0 engineering / procurement / construction 4.2.1 steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms 4.2.2 floating facilities / systems including storage / loading 4.2.3 subsea systems 4.2.4 pipeline systems 4.2.5 risers 4.2.6 umbilicals 4.2.7 terminal / oil movement systems 4.2.8 accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules 4.2.9 process modules / packages 4.2.10 utilities modules / packages 4.2.11 drilling modules / packages 4.2.12 buildings including service stations 4.2.99 other systems 4.3.0 engineering / procurement / construction / installation 4.3.1 steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms 4.3.2 floating facilities / systems including storage / loading 4.3.3 subsea systems 4.3.4 pipeline systems 4.3.5 risers 4.3.6 umbilicals 4.3.7 terminal / oil movement systems 4.3.8 accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules 4.3.9 process modules / packages 4.3.10 utilities modules / packages 4.3.11 drilling modules / packages 4.3.12 buildings including service stations 4.3.99 other systems 4.4.0 engineering / procurement / construction / installation / commissioning 4.4.1 steel / metal / concrete structures / platforms 4.4.2 floating facilities / systems including storage / loading 4.4.3 subsea systems 4.4.4 pipeline systems 4.4.5 risers 4.4.6 umbilicals 4.4.7 terminal / oil movement systems 4.4.8 accommodation / office / workshop / storage modules 4.4.9 process modules / packages 4.4.10 utilities modules / packages 4.4.11 drilling modules / packages 4.4.12 buildings including service stations 4.4.99 other systems 4.5.0 integrated services 4.5.1 management and provision of all facilities engineering, modification and maintenance services for a site / platform 4.5.2 management and operations, including production supervision of all facilities, engineering, modification and maintenance services for site / platform 4.5.3 hydrocarbon reservoir development and production services 4.5.4 extended well test / early production services including provision of floating or jackup production unit 4.5.5 well management / construction services 4.5.6 management and provision of all catering, cleaning, office and security service at location / platform 4.5.7 field development

Qualification Notice.

First Point Assessment | Published May 8, 2012
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First Point Assessment (FPAL) has been established as an industry based company to create opportunities for improving efficiency and reducing costs throughout the supply chain. FPAL provide a register of suppliers and contractors to the above list of subscribing oil and gas industry purchasing group companies who may use the database as their first stage of qualification in the selection of tenderers for contracts subject to EU rules. 1.0.0 Products / Equipment / Materials 1.1.0 Drilling Equipment 1.1.1 Drilling Machinery, Mud Equipment and Accessories 1.1.2 Production Surface Equipment 1.1.3 Drilling Tools and Retrievable Production Tools 1.1.4 Casing, Tubing, Liner, Connectors and Accessories (OCTG) 1.1.5 Cementing Equipment and Line Hanger Systems 1.1.6 Fishing and Repair Tools (Drilling) 1.1.7 Drilling and Mud Control Instruments 1.1.8 Production Well Test and Monitoring Instruments 1.1.9 Wellhead Equipment, Xmas Trees and Accessories 1.1.10 Production String Components 1.1.11 Derricks and Accessories 1.1.12 Drill Bits 1.1.13 BOP and Accessories 1.1.14 Wireline Equipment and Accessories 1.1.15 Coiled Tubing Tools and Accessories 1.1.16 Down Hole Pressure Control Equipment 1.1.17 Pipe Handling and Lifting Equipment 1.1.18 Subsea Equipment 1.1.99 Other Drilling and Production Equipment 1.2.0 Material and Product Handling Equipment 1.2.1 Cranes, Davits, Hoists and Winches 1.2.2 Elevators 1.2.3 Other Lifting Gear and Accessories 1.2.4 Trucks, Forklifts etc 1.2.5 Baskets, Containers and Trolleys 1.2.6 Conveyors, Feeders and Accessories 1.2.7 Packing Equipment and Accessories 1.2.8 Miscellaneous Docking Equipment 1.2.9 Jetty Equipment including Loading Arms / Hoses etc. 1.2.10 Scaffolding 1.2.11 Tarpaulins 1.2.12 Weighing Equipment and Accessories 1.2.99 Other Material and Product Handling Equipment 1.3.0 Compressors / Expanders / Blowers and Accessories 1.3.1 Centrifugal Compressors 1.3.2 Reciprocating Compressors 1.3.3 Screw / Rotary Compressors 1.3.4 Axial Compressors 1.3.5 Blowers and Fans 1.3.6 Gas Expanders 1.3.7 Jet Compressors 1.3.8 Steam Ejectors / Thermocompressors 1.3.99 Other Compressors, Blowers and Accessories 1.4.0 Pumps and Accessories 1.4.1 Centrifugal and Rotary Pumps 1.4.2 Reciprocating Pumps 1.4.3 Diaphragm Pumps 1.4.4 Screw Pumps 1.4.5 Submersible Pumps 1.4.6 Multiphase Pumps 1.4.7 Liquid Jet Pumps / Eductors 1.4.99 Other Pumps and Accessories 1.5.0 Drivers and Accessories 1.5.1 Electric Motors / Drives 1.5.2 Gas Turbines 1.5.3 Steam Turbines 1.5.4 Oil / Diesel Engines 1.5.5 Air / Gas Engines 1.5.6 Hydraulic Drivers 1.5.7 Gear Boxes, Gear Units, Couplings 1.5.8 Submersible Motors 1.5.9 Propulsion Units and Accessories 1.5.99 Other Drivers and Accessories 1.6.0 Heaters / Furnaces / Boilers 1.6.1 Direct fired Heaters / Boilers (Oil, LPG, Gas) and Accessories 1.6.2 Steam Boilers 1.6.3 Electric Heaters 1.6.4 Stacks, Flares and Accessories 1.6.99 Other Heaters, Furnaces, Boilers and Accessories 1.7.0 Heat Exchangers / Heat Transfer Equipment 1.7.1 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers 1.7.2 Plate Heat Exchangers 1.7.3 Air Coolers 1.7.4 Waste Heat Recovery Units 1.7.5 Miscellaneous Coolers and Condensers 1.7.99 Other Heat Transfer Equipment 1.8.0 Tanks / Vessels / Columns 1.8.1 Storage Tanks including Spheres and Accessories 1.8.2 Pressure Vessels, Drums, Accumulators etc 1.8.3 Columns and Accessories 1.8.4 Tank / Vessel / Column Internals 1.8.99 Other Tanks, Vessels, Columns and Accessories 1.9.0 Electrical Equipment and Materials 1.9.1 Generators, Power Sources, Units and Accessories 1.9.2 Transformers and Accessories 1.9.3 Switch / Control Equipment, Plugs, Connectors etc. 1.9.4 Rectifiers, Inverters and Converters 1.9.5 Distribution Equipment and Materials (Circuit Breakers, Junction / Terminal Boxes etc.) 1.9.6 Lamps, Lighting Fixtures, Lighting Equipment etc. 1.9.7 Cables, Cords, Wires and Accessories 1.9.8 Cathodic Protection Equipment 1.9.9 Transits and Glands 1.9.10 Electrical Connectors Subsea 1.9.11 Cable Racks and Trays 1.9.99 Other Electrical Equipment and Materials 1.10.0 instrumentation / communication and process control equipment / materials 1.10.1 Pressure Instruments 1.10.2 Temperature Instruments 1.10.3 Level Instruments 1.10.4 Flow Instruments 1.10.5 Fire / Smoke / Gas / Heat Detection Instruments 1.10.6 Instrument Tubing and Fittings 1.10.7 Junction Boxes 1.10.8 Process Control and Monitoring Equipment and Systems 1.10.9 Metering Equipment and Systems 1.10.10 Detectors and Analysers 1.10.11 Control Panels and Control Stations 1.10.12 Sonar / Radar / DP / Navigation / Positioning Equipment and Systems 1.10.13 Corrosion Monitoring Systems 1.10.14 Simulator Systems 1.10.15 Acoustic Equipment 1.10.16 Acoustic Telemetry Systems 1.10.17 Meteorological Instruments / Equipment 1.10.97 Other Alarm / Control Systems 1.10.98 Instrument and Communication Cables 1.10.99 Other Instrument / Communication and Process Control Equipment / Materials 1.11.0 Miscellaneous Mechanical Equipment 1.11.1 Mechanical Separators, Tumblers Chlorinators, Hydrocyclones, Scrubbers and Accessories 1.11.2 Regenerative / Non Regenerative Filters, Strainers and Accessories 1.11.3 Mixers, Agitators, Blenders, Feeders and Accessories 1.11.4 Hydraulic Units and Accessories 1.11.5 Fresh Water Treatment / Desalination Systems and Accessories 1.11.6 Gas Treatment Units and Accessories 1.11.7 Pressure Reduction Stations for Gas Distribution 1.11.99 Other Mechanical Equipment and Accessories 1.12.0 Cooling / Heating / Ventilation / Air Conditioning Equipment 1.12.1 HVAC System Packages 1.12.2 Cooling and Refrigeration Units 1.12.3 Humidifiers, Dryers etc. 1.12.4 Air Fans 1.12.5 Filters, Coalescers and Accessories 1.12.6 Dampers and Accessories 1.12.7 Ducting etc. 1.12.8 Heating Coils / Units (Electric, Steam, Water etc.) 1.12.99 Other HVAC Equipment and Accessories 1.13.0 Marine / Diving and Pipeline Equipment 1.13.1 Anchoring / Buoying Equipment 1.13.2 ROVs, ROV Tools and Accessories 1.13.4 Ships Gear 1.13.5 Turrets 1.13.6 Diving Equipment Personal Equipment (Diving Helmets, Suits, Knives, Lead Belts etc.) 1.13.7 Diving Equipment Vessel based Equipment (Diving Bells) (Compression Chambers, Gas mix batteries, Umbilicals etc.) 1.13.20 Pipeline Equipment, Connectors and Accessories 1.13.21 Pig Launchers / Transmitters / Traps / Receivers and Accessories 1.13.22 Pigging Equipment and Accessories 1.13.23 Through Flowline Systems and Tools 1.13.99 Other Marine / Diving and Pipeline Equipment and Accessories 1.14.0 Computer and Communication Equipment 1.14.1 Computer Hardware Work Stations (PCs and Unix) 1.14.2 Computer Hardware Servers (PCs, Unix) 1.14.3 Computer Hardware Mainframes (CPUs, Storage and other Mainframe Equipment and Accessories) 1.14.4 Computer Peripherals, (VDUs, Printers and other Peripherals) 1.14.5 Communication Equipment and Accessories (Routers, Modems, HUBs, Cables etc.) 1.14.6 Databases, Software Development Tools, Application Generators, Data Administration Tools etc. 1.14.7 General Business Software (Financial, Logistics, Personnel, Document Administration, Management Information etc.) 1.14.8 General Technical Software Systems (Specialist Systems, CAD/CAP etc.) 1.14.9 Technical Oil / Gas related Software Systems (Reservoir, Geological, Drilling etc.) 1.14.10 Office Automation Software (Spreadsheet, Planning, Word Processing, Graphics, Filing / Retrieval etc.) 1.14.11 Utility Software (Operational Support, Security Systems, Networks (LAN/WAN) Communications Software etc.) 1.14.20 Telecommunication Equipment and Systems (PABXs, Telephone Equipment, Telex / Telefax, Accessories etc.) 1.14.21 Audio / Video Equipment and Accessories 1.14.22 Personal Communication Equipment and Accessories (PDA, Tablet PC, Cell Phone, PCMCIA / GSM Card) 1.14.99 Other Computer and Communication Equipment and Accessories 1.15.0 Laboratory / Medical Equipment 1.15.1 General Laboratory Apparatus and Requisites 1.15.3 Medical Equipment and Supplies 1.15.99 Other Laboratory and Medical Equipment and Accessories 1.16.0 Safety / Protection / Security / Firefighting Equipment 1.16.1 Security Equipment and Accessories 1.16.2 Safety and Protection Equipment / Products, Life Boats and Life Rafts 1.16.3 Firefighting Equipment / Products 1.16.4 Escape Tools / Equipment 1.16.5 Fire / Gas Detection / Protection Systems 1.16.6 Inert Gas / Nitrogen Systems 1.16.99 Other Safety / Security / Firefighting Equipment and Accessories 1.17.0 Environmental Equipment / Products 1.17.1 Waste Water Disposal / Recovery Equipment 1.17.2 Oil Recovery Equipment and Accessories 1.17.3 Waste Gas Treatment / Recovery Equipment 1.17.4 Noise Abatement Equipment and Accessories 1.17.5 Asbestos Removal Equipment and Accessories 1.17.98 Other Waste Disposal / Recovery Equipment 1.17.99 Other Environmental Equipment / Products 1.18.0 Packages Construction / Outfitting 1.18.3 Chemical Injection Systems 1.18.4 Subsea Packages 1.18.5 Helideck Systems / Packages 1.18.6 Steel / Metal / Composite Outfitting (Gangways, Rails etc.) 1.18.7 Prefabricated Spools, pipework etc. (Steel / Metal / Composites) 1.18.99 Other Industrial Equipment, Packages and Units 1.19.0 Service Station Equipment / Materials / Products 1.19.1 Shop Fittings 1.19.2 Car Wash Equipment and Accessories 1.19.3 Canopies and Accessories 1.19.4 Service Station Signs and Accessories 1.19.5 Service Station Pumps and Accessories 1.19.6 Service Station Payment Terminals and Accessories 1.19.7 Service Station Tanks and Accessories 1.19.8 Food Products for Resale (Tobacco, Soft Drinks, Fresh Foods, Dry Foods etc.) 1.19.9 Fast Food Products for Resale (Bake off, Hot dogs etc.) 1.19.10 Non food Products for Resale (Glycol, Lubricants, Windscreen Cleaner, Other related chemical Products, Leisure Products etc.) 1.19.11 Home Entertainment Products for Resale (Video, CDs etc.) 1.19.12 Newspapers and Magazines (for Resale) 1.19.99 Other Service Station Equipment and Materials 2.0.0 Products / Equipment / Materials (Continued) 2.1.0 Pipes / Tubes / Hoses and Fittings 2.1.1 Seamless Pipes and Tubes 2.1.2 Welded Pipes and Tubes 2.1.3 Non Metal Pipes and Tubes 2.1.4 Hoses 2.1.5 Flanges, Elbows, Fittings Hangers and Pipe Supports 2.1.6 Gaskets, Jointings, Packings and Tightenings 2.1.7 Non Metal Flanges, Elbows Fittings and Pipe Supports 2.1.8 Insulated Pipes, Tubes, Hoses and Accessories 2.1.9 Flexible Pipes 2.1.99 Other Pipes, Tubes, Hoses, Hubs, Pipe Penetrators and Fittings etc. 2.2.0 Valves and Accessories 2.2.2 Check Valves 2.2.3 Control Valves and Accessories 2.2.4 Safety Valves, Relief Valves and Bursting Discs 2.2.5 Subsea Valves 2.2.6 Solenoid Valves 2.2.7 Actuators and various Valve Instrumentation 2.2.8 Ball Valves 2.2.9 Butterfly Valves 2.2.10 Diaphragm Valves 2.2.11 Gate Valves 2.2.12 Globe Valves 2.2.13 Needle Valves 2.2.14 Plug Valves 2.2.99 Other Valves and Accessories 2.3.0 Steel / Metal Materials 2.3.1 Plates 2.3.2 Bars 2.3.3 Profiles and Sections 2.3.4 Forgings and Castings 2.3.5 Gratings 2.3.6 Wires and Steel Chains including Accessories 2.3.7 Bolts and Nuts 2.3.8 Metal Bearings and Seals 2.3.9 Anodes 2.3.10 Welding Consumables 2.3.20 Doors, Manholes, Hatches 2.3.99 Other Steel and Metal Materials 2.4.0 Non Metal Materials (Plastics, Composites) 2.4.1 Plates 2.4.2 Bars 2.4.3 Profiles and Sections 2.4.4 Forgings and Castings 2.4.5 Gratings 2.4.6 Ropes and Chains including Accessories 2.4.7 Bolts and Nuts 2.4.8 Non Metal Bearings and Seals 2.4.99 Other non Metal Materials 2.5.0 Automobiles and Associated Equipment 2.5.1 Trucks and Associated Equipment 2.5.2 Trailers and Associated Equipment 2.5.3 Vans, Lorries and Associated Equipment 2.5.4 Passenger Cars and Associated Equipment 2.5.5 Special Vehicles and Associated Equipment 2.5.6 Tyres / Batteries / Car Accessories 2.5.99 Other Automobiles and Associated Equipment 2.6.0 Downstream Packing Materials 2.6.1 Drums 2.6.2 Bottles and Cans (Glass, Metal, Plastic etc.) 2.6.3 Fluid Bags, Small Containers (less than 1 m3) etc. 2.6.4 Boxes (various Materials) 2.6.5 Pallets 2.6.99 Other Packing Materials 2.7.0 Chemical / Oils / Paints 2.7.1 Primers, Coatings and Paints 2.7.2 Petroleum Products (Gas, Oils, Fuels etc.) 2.7.3 Mud and Associated Additives 2.7.4 Abrasives, Polishes, Compounds, Adhesives 2.7.5 Industrial Gases 2.7.6 Cleaning Products (For Sanitation Products select Category 2.12.06) 2.7.7 Additives, Inhibitors etc. 2.7.8 Lubricants 2.7.9 Production / Process / Drilling Chemicals 2.7.10 Laboratory Chemicals 2.7.11 Catalysts 2.7.12 Completion Fluids 2.7.13 Cements and Associated Additives 2.7.99 Other Chemicals, Oils and Paints 2.8.0 Insulation / Refractory Materials 2.8.1 Fire Protection Materials 2.8.2 Thermal Insulation Materials 2.8.3 Acoustic Insulation Materials 2.8.99 Other Insulation and Refractory Materials 2.9.0 Civil Bulk Materials 2.9.1 Cement 2.9.2 Sand and Aggregates 2.9.3 Reinforcing Materials 2.9.4 Inserts including Anchors, Bolts etc. 2.9.5 Protection Materials 2.9.99 Other Civil Bulk Materials 2.10.0 Architectural / Building Materials 2.10.1 Sanitary Equipment 2.10.2 Laundry and Galley / Kitchen Equipment 2.10.3 Floorings and Wall / Ceiling Panels 2.10.4 Doors, Windows and Shutters 2.10.5 Textiles and Wallpapers 2.10.6 Warehouse Equipment and Supplies 2.10.7 Catering Equipment 2.10.8 Signs and Boards (Information, Warning, Advertisements etc.) 2.10.99 Other Building Materials 2.11.0 Workshop and Handtools 2.11.1 Workshop Equipment and Handtools 2.11.2 Welding Equipment and Accessories 2.11.3 Cleaning Equipment and Accessories 2.11.4 Mechanical Handtools 2.11.5 Electrical Handtools 2.11.6 Testing and Measuring Instruments / Equipment 2.12.0 Office Administration Products and Consumables 2.12.1 Office Supplies / Stationery 2.12.2 IT Consumables 2.12.3 Pre printed Stationery (Forms, Envelopes etc.) 2.12.4 Food Products and Beverages 2.12.5 Kitchenware and Tableware 2.12.6 Cleaning / Sanitary Supplies 2.12.7 Furniture 2.12.8 Office Equipment 2.12.9 Sport and Leisure Equipment 2.12.10 Newspapers, Magazines and Books for own use 2.12.99 Other Office Administration Products and Consumables 2.99.0 Other Products / Equipment and Materials 2.99.2 Packing, Crating and Boxing Materials 2.99.3 Consumables for Testing / Inspection (Film etc.) 2.99.4 Uniforms and other types of Clothing 2.99.5 Scale Models (Ships, Rigs, Plants, Equipment etc.) 2.99.98 Various Appreciation Gifts 2.99.99 Other Products / Equipment and Materials 3.0.0 Services 3.1.0 Engineering Services 3.1.1 Project Administration Services 3.1.2 Steel / Construction / Architectural Services 3.1.3 Process / Utilities / Piping / HVAC Services 3.1.4 Equipment / Mechanical Services 3.1.5 Electro / Control / Instrumentation Services 3.1.6 Pipeline Services 3.1.7 Subsea / Diving / ROV Technology Services 3.1.8 Drilling / Completion Engineering Services 3.1.9 Civil Engineering / Concrete Structure Services 3.1.10 Waste Water Treatment Services 3.1.11 Weight Control Services 3.1.12 Telecommunication Services 3.1.13 Material Technology / Anti Corrosion / Surface Protection Services 3.1.14 Marine Technology / Hydrodynamic / Aerodynamic Services 3.1.15 Fire and Gas Protection System Services 3.1.16 Production / Petroleum Engineering Services 3.1.17 Construction Management and Supervision Services 3.1.18 Mud Engineering Services 3.1.99 Other Engineering Services 3.2.0 Consultancy Services 3.2.1 Quality Assurance QA / QC Consultancy 3.2.2 Safety, Health and Environment Consultancy 3.2.3 Risk Analysis Consultancy 3.2.5 Personnel / Training System Consultancy (For training courses select 3.99.13) 3.2.6 Legal Consultancy 3.2.7 Purchasing and Contracting Consultancy 3.2.8 Cost and Planning Consultancy 3.2.9 Material Administration Consultancy 3.2.10 Technical Documentation / Document Control Consultancy 3.2.11 Advertising / Public Affairs / Public Relations Consultancy 3.2.12 Marketing and Market Research Consultancy 3.2.13 Translation and Manual Writing Consultancy 3.2.14 Welding and Jointing Consultancy 3.2.15 Warranty Surveyors 3.2.16 Third Party Evaluation / Verification Consultancy 3.2.17 Energy Conservation Consultancy 3.2.18 Simulation Consultancy 3.2.19 Decommissioning and Abandonment Consultancy 3.2.20 Meteorological Consultancy 3.2.21 Staff Search / Selection Consultancy 3.2.22 Sub surface Consultancy (Geological, Geophysical, Reservoir) 3.2.23 Design Consultancy (Industrial Design, Web Design etc) 3.2.24 Marine Consultancy 3.2.25 Subsea Consultancy 3.2.26 Career / Outplacement Consultancy 3.2.98 General Management and Business Development Consultancy 3.2.99 Other Consultancy Services 3.3.0 Research & Development Services (R & D) 3.3.1 Engineering (R & D) Services 3.3.2 Geological and Geophysical (R & D) Services 3.3.3 Drilling (R & D) Services 3.3.4 Subsea (R & D) Services 3.3.5 Safety and Environmental (R & D) Services 3.3.6 Information Technology (R & D) Services 3.3.7 Oil and Gas Production (R & D) Services 3.3.8 Refinery / Downstream Technology (R & D) Services 3.3.9 Petrochemicals (R & D) Services 3.3.10 Materials (R & D) Services 3.3.11 Reservoir (R & D) Services 3.3.99 Other Research and Development Services 3.4.0 Exploration and Production Drilling Services 3.4.1 Drilling Rigs (Semisubmersibles / Jackups / Others) 3.4.2 Production Drilling Services 3.4.3 Conductor Piling Services 3.4.4 Cementing Services 3.4.5 Casing / Tubing Running Services 3.4.6 Casing Cutting Services 3.4.7 Mud Logging Services 3.4.8 MWD / LWD Services 3.4.9 Turbine Drilling / Down Hole Motor Services 3.4.10 Electrical Logging / Calibration Services 3.4.11 Coring Services 3.4.12 Fishing / Wireline Fishing Services 3.4.13 Work over Services 3.4.14 Snubbing Services 3.4.15 Drilling Fluids / Mud Services 3.4.16 Well Testing Services 3.4.17 Underreaming Services 3.4.18 Exploration and Development Services 3.4.19 Liner Float, Hanger and Running Equipment Services 3.4.20 Reservoir Services 3.4.21 Well Completion Services 3.4.22 Well Overhauling / Stimulation Services 3.4.23 Wellhead Services 3.4.24 Wireline Services 3.4.25 Directional Surveying Services 3.4.26 Cutting Injections / Cutting Disposal Services 3.4.27 Recutting Inspection Services 3.4.28 Rental of Drill Pipe 3.4.29 Cased Hole Logging Services (Gyro, Perforation, PLT, Gauges) 3.4.30 Drill Stem Testing Services 3.4.31 Directional Drilling Services 3.4.32 Perforation Services 3.4.33 Gravel Packing Services 3.4.34 Fracturating Services 3.4.35 Plugging Services 3.4.36 Well Wash Services 3.4.37 Coiled Tubing Services 3.4.38 Pumping Services 3.4.39 Fluid / Bottom Hole Sampling Services 3.4.40 OCTG Services (Cleaning, Hardbanding, Recutting, Rethreading, Storage) 3.4.41 Well Crisis Management Services 3.4.99 Other Drilling Services 3.5.0 Construction / Modification / Repair / Maintenance / Refurbishment Services 3.5.1 Steel / Piping / Mechanical Services 3.5.2 Electrical / Instrument Services 3.5.3 Ventilation / Heating / Sanitary Services 3.5.4 Waste Disposal / Drainage Services 3.5.5 Insulation Services 3.5.6 Surface Treatment, Sandblasting, Painting, Coating and Fireproofing Services 3.5.7 Scaffolding / Rigging / Covering Services 3.5.8 Civil Works / Building Contracting Services including Drilling / Tunnelling 3.5.9 Diving / ROV / Submersible operations 3.5.10 Subsea Construction Services 3.5.11 Generator Services 3.5.12 Pipe Cutting and Bending Services 3.5.13 Industrial Cleaning Services 3.5.14 Catalyst Handling / Regeneration Services 3.5.15 Bolt Tensioning Services 3.5.16 Rope Access Services 3.5.17 Welding and Jointing Services 3.5.18 Safety / Protection / Security / Firefighting System Services 3.5.19 Preservation of Mechanical and Electrical Component Services 3.5.20 Maintenance and Modification of Pumps and Rotating Equipment 3.5.21 Heat Treating and Demagnetising Services 3.5.22 Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Services 3.5.23 Machining Services (In Situ and General Machining) 3.5.24 Site Clean up Services 3.5.25 Biological Sludge Treatment Services 3.5.26 Tank Bottom Sludge Treatment Services 3.5.27 Piling Services 3.5.30 Valve Management Services including testing and repair 3.5.31 Crane Management Services 3.5.99 Other Construction / Maintenance Services 3.6.0 Installation Services / Marine Contracting (For Abandonment Services see Section 3.15) 3.6.1 Pipelaying / Cable Laying Services 3.6.2 Trenching and Excavation Services 3.6.3 Diving / ROV / Submersible operations 3.6.4 Cranes / Crane Barges / Heavy Lift Vessels 3.6.5 Hook up and Commissioning including Marine Installation Services 3.6.6 Mobile Production Units 3.6.7 Dredging Services 3.6.8 Gravel and Rock Dumping Services 3.6.9 Floating Storage Units (FSU) 3.6.10 Subsea Pipeline Protection Services 3.6.11 Installation of Subsea Packages 3.6.13 Mooring System Services 3.6.99 Other Installation Services 3.7.0 Inspection / Control and Testing Services 3.7.1 Non Destructive Testing (NDT) Services 3.7.2 Pipeline Flushing, External / Internal Inspection, Pigging Services 3.7.3 Surface Treatment Inspection Services 3.7.4 Pressure Testing Services 3.7.5 Instrument Testing / Calibration Services 3.7.6 Load Testing Services 3.7.7 Diving / ROV operations 3.7.8 Laboratory Testing Services 3.7.10 Dimensional Control / Verification Services 3.7.12 Third Party Measurement Services 3.7.98 Other Inspection Services 3.7.99 Other Testing Services 3.8.0 Transportation / Supply / Disposal Services 3.8.1 Tugs / ROV Support / Diving Support Vessels 3.8.2 Barges 3.8.3 Air Transport Services of Passengers and Freight 3.8.4 Accommodation Platforms / Vessels 3.8.5 Rental of Containers, Baskets etc. 3.8.6 Disposal / Distribution and Waste Transport Services etc. 3.8.7 Salvage Services etc. 3.8.8 Rental of Cranes and Special Vehicles 3.8.9 Courier Services 3.8.10 Freight Forwarding / Logistics Management Services 3.8.11 Transport Broker and Agent Services 3.8.12 Supply Base / Warehouse / Storage Services 3.8.13 Ship Chandler Services 3.8.14 Bulk Truck Transportation Services 3.8.15 Truck Package / Product Transportation Services 3.8.16 Moving Services 3.8.17 Supply Vessels 3.8.18 Stand by Vessels 3.8.99 Other Transportation / Supply and Disposal Services 3.9.0 Surveying / Positioning Services 3.9.1 Soil Investigation Services 3.9.2 Navigation / Positioning Services 3.9.3 Geotechnical Services 3.9.4 Geophysical and Hydrographic Site Survey Services 3.9.5 Oceanographic Services 3.9.6 Rig Positioning Services 3.9.7 Photogrammetry Surveying Services 3.9.8 Chart and Map Production Services 3.9.9 Rental of Surveying / Positioning Equipment 3.9.10 Survey and Positioning Support Services 3.9.99 Other Surveying / Positioning Services 3.10.0 Seismic Services 3.10.1 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Acquisition Services 3.10.2 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Processing Services 3.10.3 Site Surveys Services 3.10.4 Well Velocity Survey Services 3.10.5 Rental of Seismic Equipment 3.10.6 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Interpretation Services 3.10.99 Other Seismic Services 3.11.0 Information Systems / Information Technology / Communication Services 3.11.1 Network Installation / Support Services 3.11.2 Software Development and Support Services 3.11.3 Computer Based Modelling Services 3.11.4 Computer Based Simulation / Training Program Services 3.11.5 CAD / CAP Services 3.11.6 Hardware Installation Support Services 3.11.7 Operating Systems Installation / Support Services 3.11.8 User Support / Help Desk Services 3.11.9 IT Management Consultancy Services 3.11.10 Data Management Services 3.11.11 General IS / IT Consultancy Services 3.11.20 Telecommunication Installation / Support Services 3.11.21 Data and Message Transmitting Services 3.11.22 Rental of Telecom Lines 3.11.23 Telecom Subscription Services 3.11.24 Public Address System Services 3.11.98 Other Communication Services 3.11.99 Other Information Systems (IS) / Information Technology (IT) Services 3.12.0 Petroleum Technology Services 3.12.7 Geophysical Interpretation Services 3.12.8 Petrophysical Interpretation Services 3.12.9 Geological Evaluation Services (Organic Geochemistry, Petrology, Diagenesis, Biostratigraphy, Fluid Characterisation, PVT, Core Analysis, Flooding) 3.12.10 Reservoir Evaluation Services 3.12.99 Other Petroleum Technology Services 3.13.0 Certification and Integrity Services 3.13.1 Quality Management Systems Certification 3.13.2 Environmental Management Systems Certification 3.13.3 Safety Management Systems Certification 3.13.4 Information Security Management Systems Certification 3.13.5 Certification of Welders 3.13.6 Certification of NDT Personnel 3.13.7 Certification of Machinery 3.13.8 Certification of Cranes and Lifting Appliances 3.13.9 Certification of Pressurised Equipment 3.13.10 Evaluation and Certification of Software and Electronics (IT) 3.13.11 Notified Body for Machinery 3.13.12 Notified Body for simple Pressure Vessels 3.13.13 Notified Body for Telecommunication Terminal Equipment 3.13.14 Notified Body for Medical Equipment 3.13.15 Notified Body for Personal Protection Equipment 3.13.16 Notified Body for Lifts 3.13.17 Notified Body for Pressure Containing Equipment 3.13.30 Integrity Management Services 3.13.99 Other Certification Services 3.14.0 Financial and Insurance Services 3.14.1 Banking Services 3.14.2 Monetary Intermediation Services 3.14.3 Credit Granting Services 3.14.4 Financial Markets Administration Services 3.14.5 Security Broking and Fund Management Services 3.14.18 Financial Management Consultancy Services 3.14.19 Other Banking and Financial Services 3.14.20 Accounting Services 3.14.21 Auditing Services 3.14.30 Life Insurance Services 3.14.31 Pension Funding Services 3.14.32 Non Life Insurance Services 3.14.33 Insurance Broking Services 3.14.39 Other Insurance Services 3.15.0 Decommissioning and Abandonment Services 3.15.1 Project Management Services 3.15.2 Marine Services 3.15.3 Subsea Services 3.15.4 Well Services 3.15.5 Cutting Services 3.15.6 Site Services 3.15.7 Waste Management Services 3.15.8 Integrity / Legislation Services 3.15.99 Other Decommissioning and Abandonment Services 3.20.0 Service Station Maintenance / Services 3.20.1 Car Wash Equipment Maintenance / Services 3.20.2 Canopy Equipment Maintenance / Services 3.20.3 Signs and Accessories Maintenance / Services 3.20.4 Service Station Pumps Maintenance / Services 3.20.5 Payment Terminal Maintenance / Services 3.20.6 Service Station Tanks Maintenance / Services 3.20.99 Other Service Station Maintenance / Services 3.90.0 Exchange and Throughput Services 3.90.1 Exchange and Throughput Services 3.99.0 Other Supporting Services 3.99.2 Temporary Accommodation / Camp Services 3.99.3 Catering Services 3.99.4 Cleaning and Laundry Services 3.99.5 Security Services 3.99.6 Rental of Equipment 3.99.7 Printing and Copying Services 3.99.8 Photographic / Film / Video Services 3.99.9 Technical Drafting Services 3.99.10 Travel Agency, Car Rental Services etc. 3.99.12 Medical Services 3.99.13 Training Course / Seminar Services 3.99.14 Recreational Services 3.99.15 Hotel and Conference Services 3.99.16 Rental of Housing and Office Space etc. 3.99.17 Energy / Electrical Power Supply Services 3.99.18 Manpower Supply, Temporary Staff Hiring Technical 3.99.19 Manpower Supply, Temporary Staff Hiring Administration 3.99.20 Library Services 3.99.21 Equipment Brokerage Services 3.99.22 Horticultural / Grounds Maintenance Services 3.99.99 Other Supporting Services 4.0.0 Multidiscipline / Combined Supplies and/or Services (Turnkey / Packages) 4.1.0 Engineering / Procurement 4.1.1 Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms 4.1.2 Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading 4.1.3 Subsea Systems 4.1.4 Pipeline Systems 4.1.5 Risers 4.1.6 Umbilicals 4.1.7 Terminal / Oil Movement Systems 4.1.8 Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules 4.1.9 Process Modules / Packages 4.1.10 Utilities Modules / Packages 4.1.11 Drilling Modules / Packages 4.1.12 Buildings including Service Stations 4.1.99 Other Systems 4.2.0 Engineering / Procurement / Construction 4.2.1 Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms 4.2.2 Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading 4.2.3 Subsea Systems 4.2.4 Pipeline Systems 4.2.5 Risers 4.2.6 Umbilicals 4.2.7 Terminal / Oil Movement Systems 4.2.8 Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules 4.2.9 Process Modules / Packages 4.2.10 Utilities Modules / Packages 4.2.11 Drilling Modules / Packages 4.2.12 Buildings including Service Stations 4.2.99 Other Systems 4.3.0 Engineering / Procurement / Construction / Installation 4.3.1 Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms 4.3.2 Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading 4.3.3 Subsea Systems 4.3.4 Pipeline systems 4.3.5 Risers 4.3.6 Umbilicals 4.3.7 Terminal / Oil Movement Systems 4.3.8 Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules 4.3.9 Process Modules / Packages 4.3.10 Utilities Modules / Packages 4.3.11 Drilling Modules / Packages 4.3.12 Buildings including Service Stations 4.3.99 Other Systems 4.4.0 Engineering / Procurement / Construction / Installation / Commissioning 4.4.1 Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms 4.4.2 Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading 4.4.3 Subsea Systems 4.4.4 Pipeline Systems 4.4.5 Risers 4.4.6 Umbilicals 4.4.7 Terminal / Oil Movement Systems 4.4.8 Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules 4.4.9 Process Modules / Packages 4.4.10 Utilities Modules / Packages 4.4.11 Drilling Modules / Packages 4.4.12 Buildings including Service Stations 4.4.99 Other Systems 4.5.0 Integrated Services 4.5.1 Management and Provision of all Facilities Engineering, Modification and Maintenance Services for a Site / Platform 4.5.2 Management and Operations, including Production Supervision of all Facilities, Engineering, Modification and Maintenance Services for Site / Platform 4.5.3 Hydrocarbon Reservoir Development and Production Services 4.5.4 Extended Well Test / Early Production Services including Provision of Floating or Jackup Production Unit 4.5.5 Well Management / Construction Services 4.5.6 Management and Provision of all Catering, Cleaning, Office and Security Service at Location / Platform 4.5.7 Field Development

Qualification notice.

First Point Assessment | Published May 8, 2012
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This QSN includes all service categories 1-27. First Point Assessment (FPAL) has been established as an industry based company to create opportunities for improving efficiency and reducing costs throughout the supply chain. FPAL provide a register of suppliers and contractors to the above list of subscribing oil and gas industry purchasing group companies who may use the database as their first stage of qualification in the selection of tenderers for contracts subject to EU rules. 1.0.0. Products / equipment / materials. 1.1.0. Drilling equipment. 1.1.1. Drilling machinery, mud equipment and accessories. 1.1.2. Production surface equipment. 1.1.3. Drilling tools and retrievable production tools. 1.1.4. Casing, tubing, liner, connectors and accessories (OCTG). 1.1.5. Cementing equipment and line hanger systems. 1.1.6. Fishing and repair tools (drilling). 1.1.7. Drilling and mud control instruments. 1.1.8. Production well test and monitoring instruments. 1.1.9. Wellhead equipment, xmas trees and accessories. 1.1.10. Production string components. 1.1.11. Derricks and accessories. 1.1.12. Drill bits. 1.1.13. Bop and accessories. 1.1.14. Wireline equipment and accessories. 1.1.15. Coiled tubing tools and accessories. 1.1.16. Down hole pressure control equipment. 1.1.17. Pipe handling and lifting equipment. 1.1.18. Subsea equipment. 1.1.99. Other drilling and production equipment. 1.2.0. Material and product handling equipment. 1.2.1. Cranes, davits, hoists and winches. 1.2.2. Elevators. 1.2.3. Other lifting gear and accessories. 1.2.4. Trucks, forklifts etc. 1.2.5. Baskets, containers and trolleys. 1.2.6. Conveyors, feeders and accessories. 1.2.7. Packing equipment and accessories. 1.2.8. Miscellaneous docking equipment. 1.2.9. Jetty equipment including loading arms / hoses etc. 1.2.10. Scaffolding. 1.2.11. Tarpaulins. 1.2.12. Weighing equipment and accessories. 1.2.99. Other material and product handling equipment. 1.3.0. Compressors / expanders / blowers and accessories. 1.3.1. Centrifugal compressors. 1.3.2. Reciprocating compressors. 1.3.3. Screw / rotary compressors. 1.3.4. Axial compressors. 1.3.5. Blowers and fans. 1.3.6. Gas expanders. 1.3.7. Jet compressors. 1.3.8. Steam ejectors / thermocompressors. 1.3.99. Other compressors, blowers and accessories. 1.4.0. Pumps and accessories. 1.4.1. Centrifugal and rotary pumps. 1.4.2. Reciprocating pumps. 1.4.3. Diaphragm pumps. 1.4.4. Screw pumps. 1.4.5. Submersible pumps. 1.4.6. Multiphase pumps. 1.4.7. Liquid jet pumps / eductors. 1.4.99. Other pumps and accessories. 1.5.0. Drivers and accessories. 1.5.1. Electric motors / drives. 1.5.2. Gas turbines. 1.5.3. Steam turbines. 1.5.4. Oil / diesel engines. 1.5.5. Air / gas engines. 1.5.6. Hydraulic drivers. 1.5.7. Gear boxes, gear units, couplings. 1.5.8. Submersible motors. 1.5.9. Propulsion units and accessories. 1.5.99. Other drivers and accessories. 1.6.0. Heaters / furnaces / boilers. 1.6.1. Direct fired heaters / boilers (oil, lpg, gas) and accessories. 1.6.2. Steam boilers. 1.6.3. Electric heaters. 1.6.4. Stacks, flares and accessories. 1.6.99. Other heaters, furnaces, boilers and accessories. 1.7.0. Heat exchangers / heat transfer equipment. 1.7.1. Shell and tube heat exchangers. 1.7.2. Plate heat exchangers. 1.7.3. Air coolers. 1.7.4. Waste heat recovery units. 1.7.5. Miscellaneous coolers and condensers. 1.7.99. Other heat transfer equipment. 1.8.0. Tanks / vessels / columns. 1.8.1. Storage tanks including spheres and accessories. 1.8.2. Pressure vessels, drums, accumulators etc. 1.8.3. Columns and accessories. 1.8.4. Tank / vessel / column internals. 1.8.99. Other tanks, vessels, columns and accessories. 1.9.0. Electrical equipment and materials. 1.9.1. Generators, power sources, units and accessories. 1.9.2. Transformers and accessories. 1.9.3. Switch / control equipment, plugs, connectors etc. 1.9.4. Rectifiers, inverters and converters. 1.9.5. Distribution equipment and materials (circuit breakers, junction / terminal boxes etc.). 1.9.6. Lamps, lighting fixtures, lighting equipment etc. 1.9.7. Cables, cords, wires and accessories. 1.9.8. Cathodic protection equipment. 1.9.9. Transits and glands. 1.9.10. Electrical connectors subsea. 1.9.11. Cable racks and trays. 1.9.99. Other electrical equipment and materials. 1.10.0. Instrumentation / communication and process control equipment / materials. 1.10.1. Pressure instruments. 1.10.2. Temperature instruments. 1.10.3. Level instruments. 1.10.4. Flow instruments. 1.10.5. Fire / smoke / gas / heat detection instruments. 1.10.6. Instrument tubing and fittings. 1.10.7. Junction boxes. 1.10.8. Process control and monitoring equipment and systems. 1.10.9. Metering equipment and systems. 1.10.10. Detectors and analysers. 1.10.11. Control panels and control stations. 1.10.12. Sonar / radar / DP / navigation / positioning equipment and systems. 1.10.13. Corrosion monitoring systems. 1.10.14. Simulator systems. 1.10.15. Acoustic equipment. 1.10.16. Acoustic telemetry systems. 1.10.17. Meteorological instruments / equipment. 1.10.97. Other alarm / control systems. 1.10.98. Instrument and communication cables. 1.10.99. Other instrument / communication and process control equipment / materials. 1.11.0. Miscellaneous mechanical equipment. 1.11.1. Mechanical separators, tumblers chlorinators, hydrocyclones, scrubbers and accessories. 1.11.2. Regenerative / non regenerative filters, strainers and accessories. 1.11.3. Mixers, agitators, blenders, feeders and accessories. 1.11.4. Hydraulic units and accessories. 1.11.5. Fresh water treatment / desalination systems and accessories. 1.11.6. Gas treatment units and accessories. 1.11.7. Pressure reduction stations for gas distribution. 1.11.99. Other mechanical equipment and accessories. 1.12.0. Cooling / heating / ventilation / air conditioning equipment. 1.12.1. HVAC system packages. 1.12.2. Cooling and refrigeration units. 1.12.3. Humidifiers, dryers etc. 1.12.4. Air fans. 1.12.5. Filters, coalescers and accessories. 1.12.6. Dampers and accessories. 1.12.7. Ducting etc. 1.12.8. Heating coils / units (electric, steam, water etc.). 1.12.99. Other HVAC equipment and accessories. 1.13.0. Marine / diving and pipeline equipment. 1.13.1. Anchoring / buoying equipment. 1.13.2. ROVs, ROV tools and accessories. 1.13.4. Ships gear. 1.13.5. Turrets. 1.13.6. Diving equipment personal equipment (diving helmets, suits, knives, lead belts etc.). 1.13.7. Diving equipment vessel based equipment (diving bells) (compression chambers, gas mix batteries, umbilicals etc.). 1.13.20. Pipeline equipment, connectors and accessories. 1.13.21. Pig launchers / transmitters / traps / receivers and accessories. 1.13.22. Pigging equipment and accessories. 1.13.23. Through flowline systems and tools. 1.13.99. Other marine / diving and pipeline equipment and accessories. 1.14.0. Computer and communication equipment. 1.14.1. Computer hardware work stations (PCs and Unix). 1.14.2. Computer hardware servers (PCs, Unix). 1.14.3. Computer hardware mainframes (CPUs, storage and other mainframe equipment and accessories). 1.14.4. Computer peripherals, (VDUs, printers and other peripherals). 1.14.5. Communication equipment and accessories (routers, modems, HUBs, cables etc). 1.14.6. Databases, software development tools, application generators, data administration tools etc. 1.14.7. General business software (financial, logistics, personnel, document administration, management information etc.). 1.14.8. General technical software systems (specialist systems, CAD/CAP etc.). 1.14.9. Technical oil / gas related software systems (reservoir, geological, drilling etc.). 1.14.10. Office automation software (spreadsheet, planning, word processing, graphics, filing / retrieval etc.). 1.14.11. Utility software (operational support, security systems, networks (LAN/WAN) communications software etc.). 1.14.20. Telecommunication equipment and systems (PABXs, telephone equipment, telex / telefax, accessories etc.). 1.14.21. Audio / video equipment and accessories. 1.14.22. Personal communication equipment and accessories (PDA, tablet PC, cell phone, PCMCIA / GSM card). 1.14.99. Other computer and communication equipment and accessories. 1.15.0. Laboratory / medical equipment. 1.15.1. General laboratory apparatus and requisites. 1.15.3. Medical equipment and supplies. 1.15.99. Other laboratory and medical equipment and accessories. 1.16.0. Safety / protection / security / firefighting equipment. 1.16.1. Security equipment and accessories. 1.16.2. Safety and protection equipment / products, life boats and life rafts. 1.16.3. Firefighting equipment / products. 1.16.4. Escape tools / equipment. 1.16.5. Fire / gas detection / protection systems. 1.16.6. Inert gas / nitrogen systems. 1.16.99. Other safety / security / firefighting equipment and accessories. 1.17.0. Environmental equipment / products. 1.17.1. Waste water disposal / recovery equipment. 1.17.2. Oil recovery equipment and accessories. 1.17.3. Waste gas treatment / recovery equipment. 1.17.4. Noise abatement equipment and accessories. 1.17.5. Asbestos removal equipment and accessories. 1.17.98. Other waste disposal / recovery equipment. 1.17.99. Other environmental equipment / products. 1.18.0. Packages construction / outfitting. 1.18.3. Chemical injection systems. 1.18.4. Subsea packages. 1.18.5. Helideck systems / packages. 1.18.6. Steel / metal / composite outfitting (gangways, rails etc.). 1.18.7. Prefabricated spools, pipework etc. (steel / metal / composites). 1.18.99. Other industrial equipment, packages and units. 1.19.0. Service station equipment / materials / products. 1.19.1. Shop fittings. 1.19.2. Car wash equipment and accessories. 1.19.3. Canopies and accessories. 1.19.4. Service station signs and accessories. 1.19.5. Service station pumps and accessories. 1.19.6. Service station payment terminals and accessories. 1.19.7. Service station tanks and accessories. 1.19.8. Food products for resale (tobacco, soft drinks, fresh foods, dry foods etc.). 1.19.9. Fast food products for resale (bake off, hot dogs etc.). 1.19.10. Non food products for resale (glycol, lubricants, windscreen cleaner, other related chemical products, leisure products etc.). 1.19.11. Home entertainment products for resale (video, CDs etc.). 1.19.12. Newspapers and magazines (for resale). 1.19.99. Other service station equipment and materials. 2.0.0. Products / equipment / materials (continued). 2.1.0. Pipes / tubes / hoses and fittings. 2.1.1. Seamless pipes and tubes. 2.1.2. Welded pipes and tubes. 2.1.3. Non metal pipes and tubes. 2.1.4. Hoses. 2.1.5. Flanges, elbows, fittings hangers and pipe supports. 2.1.6. Gaskets, jointings, packings and tightenings. 2.1.7. Non metal flanges, elbows fittings and pipe supports. 2.1.8. Insulated pipes, tubes, hoses and accessories. 2.1.9. Flexible pipes. 2.1.99. Other pipes, tubes, hoses, hubs, pipe penetrators and fittings etc. 2.2.0. Valves and accessories. 2.2.2. Check valves. 2.2.3. Control valves and accessories. 2.2.4. Safety valves, relief valves and bursting discs. 2.2.5. Subsea valves. 2.2.6. Solenoid valves. 2.2.7. Actuators and various valve instrumentation. 2.2.8. Ball valves. 2.2.9. Butterfly valves. 2.2.10. Diaphragm valves. 2.2.11. Gate valves. 2.2.12. Globe valves. 2.2.13. Needle valves. 2.2.14. Plug valves. 2.2.99. Other valves and accessories. 2.3.0. Steel / metal materials. 2.3.1. Plates. 2.3.2. Bars. 2.3.3. Profiles and sections. 2.3.4. Forgings and castings. 2.3.5. Gratings. 2.3.6. Wires and steel chains including accessories. 2.3.7. Bolts and nuts. 2.3.8. Metal bearings and seals. 2.3.9. Anodes. 2.3.10. Welding consumables. 2.3.20. Doors, manholes, hatches. 2.3.99. Other steel and metal materials. 2.4.0. Non metal materials (plastics, composites). 2.4.1. Plates. 2.4.2. Bars. 2.4.3. Profiles and sections. 2.4.4. Forgings and castings. 2.4.5. Gratings. 2.4.6. Ropes and chains including accessories. 2.4.7. Bolts and nuts. 2.4.8. Non metal bearings and seals. 2.4.99. Other non metal materials. 2.5.0. Automobiles and associated equipment. 2.5.1. Trucks and associated equipment. 2.5.2. Trailers and associated equipment. 2.5.3. Vans, lorries and associated equipment. 2.5.4. Passenger cars and associated equipment. 2.5.5. Special vehicles and associated equipment. 2.5.6. Tyres / batteries / car accessories. 2.5.99. Other automobiles and associated equipment. 2.6.0. Downstream packing materials. 2.6.1. Drums. 2.6.2. Bottles and cans (glass, metal, plastic etc.). 2.6.3. Fluid bags, small containers (less than 1 m3) etc. 2.6.4. Boxes (various materials). 2.6.5. Pallets. 2.6.99. Other packing materials. 2.7.0. Chemical / oils / paints. 2.7.1. Primers, coatings and paints. 2.7.2. Petroleum products (gas, oils, fuels etc.). 2.7.3. Mud and associated additives. 2.7.4. Abrasives, polishes, compounds, adhesives. 2.7.5. Industrial gases. 2.7.6. Cleaning products (for sanitation products select category 2.12.06). 2.7.7. Additives, inhibitors etc. 2.7.8. Lubricants. 2.7.9. Production / process / drilling chemicals. 2.7.10. Laboratory chemicals. 2.7.11. Catalysts. 2.7.12. Completion fluids. 2.7.13. Cements and associated additives. 2.7.99. Other chemicals, oils and paints. 2.8.0. Insulation / refractory materials. 2.8.1. Fire protection materials. 2.8.2. Thermal insulation materials. 2.8.3. Acoustic insulation materials. 2.8.99. Other insulation and refractory materials. 2.9.0. Civil bulk materials. 2.9.1. Cement. 2.9.2. Sand and aggregates. 2.9.3. Reinforcing materials. 2.9.4. Inserts including anchors, bolts etc. 2.9.5. Protection materials. 2.9.99. Other civil bulk materials. 2.10.0. Architectural / building materials. 2.10.1. Sanitary equipment. 2.10.2. Laundry and galley / kitchen equipment. 2.10.3. Floorings and wall / ceiling panels. 2.10.4. Doors, windows and shutters. 2.10.5. Textiles and wallpapers. 2.10.6. Warehouse equipment and supplies. 2.10.7. Catering equipment. 2.10.8. Signs and boards (information, warning, advertisements etc.). 2.10.99. Other building materials. 2.11.0. Workshop and handtools. 2.11.1. Workshop equipment and handtools. 2.11.2. Welding equipment and accessories. 2.11.3. Cleaning equipment and accessories. 2.11.4. Mechanical handtools. 2.11.5. Electrical handtools. 2.11.6. Testing and measuring instruments / equipment. 2.12.0. Office administration products and consumables. 2.12.1. Office supplies / stationery. 2.12.2. It consumables. 2.12.3. Pre printed stationery (forms, envelopes etc.). 2.12.4. Food products and beverages. 2.12.5. Kitchenware and tableware. 2.12.6. Cleaning / sanitary supplies. 2.12.7. Furniture. 2.12.8. Office equipment. 2.12.9. Sport and leisure equipment. 2.12.10. Newspapers, magazines and books for own use. 2.12.99. Other office administration products and consumables. 2.99.0. Other products / equipment and materials. 2.99.2. Packing, crating and boxing materials. 2.99.3. Consumables for testing / inspection (film etc.). 2.99.4. Uniforms and other types of clothing. 2.99.5. Scale models (ships, rigs, plants, equipment etc.). 2.99.98. Various appreciation gifts. 2.99.99. Other products / equipment and materials. 3.0.0. Services. 3.1.0. Engineering services. 3.1.1. Project administration services. 3.1.2. Steel / construction / architectural services. 3.1.3. Process / utilities / piping / hvac services. 3.1.4. Equipment / mechanical services. 3.1.5. Electro / control / instrumentation services. 3.1.6. Pipeline services. 3.1.7. Subsea / diving / ROV technology services. 3.1.8. Drilling / completion engineering services. 3.1.9. Civil engineering / concrete structure services. 3.1.10. Waste water treatment services. 3.1.11. Weight control services. 3.1.12. Telecommunication services. 3.1.13. Material technology / anti corrosion / surface protection services. 3.1.14. Marine technology / hydrodynamic / aerodynamic services. 3.1.15. Fire and gas protection system services. 3.1.16. Production / petroleum engineering services. 3.1.17. Construction management and supervision services. 3.1.18. Mud engineering services. 3.1.99. Other engineering services. 3.2.0. Consultancy services. 3.2.1. Quality Assurance QA / QC Consultancy. 3.2.2. Safety, health and environment consultancy. 3.2.3. Risk analysis consultancy. 3.2.5. Personnel / training system consultancy (for training courses select 3.99.13). 3.2.6. Legal consultancy. 3.2.7. Purchasing and contracting consultancy. 3.2.8. Cost and planning consultancy. 3.2.9. Material administration consultancy. 3.2.10. Technical documentation / document control consultancy. 3.2.11. Advertising / public affairs / public relations consultancy. 3.2.12. Marketing and market research consultancy. 3.2.13. Translation and manual writing consultancy. 3.2.14. Welding and jointing consultancy. 3.2.15. Warranty surveyors. 3.2.16. Third party evaluation / verification consultancy. 3.2.17. Energy conservation consultancy. 3.2.18. Simulation consultancy. 3.2.19. Decommissioning and abandonment consultancy. 3.2.20. Meteorological consultancy. 3.2.21. Staff search / selection consultancy. 3.2.22. Sub surface consultancy (geological, geophysical, reservoir). 3.2.23. Design consultancy (industrial design, web design etc). 3.2.24. Marine consultancy. 3.2.25. Subsea consultancy. 3.2.26. Career / Outplacement Consultancy. 3.2.98. General Management and Business Development Consultancy. 3.2.99. Other Consultancy Services. 3.3.0. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES (R & D). 3.3.1. Engineering (R & D) Services. 3.3.2. Geological and Geophysical (R & D) Services. 3.3.3. Drilling (R & D) Services. 3.3.4. Subsea (R & D) Services. 3.3.5. Safety and Environmental (R & D) Services. 3.3.6. Information Technology (R & D) Services. 3.3.7. Oil and Gas Production (R & D) Services. 3.3.8. Refinery / Downstream Technology (R & D) Services. 3.3.9. Petrochemicals (R & D) Services. 3.3.10. Materials (R & D) Services. 3.3.11. Reservoir (R & D) Services. 3.3.99. Other Research and Development Services. 3.4.0. EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION DRILLING SERVICES. 3.4.1. Drilling Rigs (Semisubmersibles / Jackups / Others). 3.4.2. Production Drilling Services. 3.4.3. Conductor Piling Services. 3.4.4. Cementing Services. 3.4.5. Casing / Tubing Running Services. 3.4.6. Casing Cutting Services. 3.4.7. Mud Logging Services. 3.4.8. MWD / LWD Services. 3.4.9. Turbine Drilling / Down Hole Motor Services. 3.4.10. Electrical Logging / Calibration Services. 3.4.11. Coring Services. 3.4.12. Fishing / Wireline Fishing Services. 3.4.13. Work over Services. 3.4.14. Snubbing Services. 3.4.15. Drilling Fluids / Mud Services. 3.4.16. Well Testing Services. 3.4.17. Underreaming Services. 3.4.18. Exploration and Development Services. 3.4.19. Liner Float, Hanger and Running Equipment Services. 3.4.20. Reservoir Services. 3.4.21. Well Completion Services. 3.4.22. Well Overhauling / Stimulation Services. 3.4.23. Wellhead Services. 3.4.24. Wireline Services. 3.4.25. Directional Surveying Services. 3.4.26. Cutting Injections / Cutting Disposal Services. 3.4.27. Recutting Inspection Services. 3.4.28. Rental of Drill Pipe. 3.4.29. Cased Hole Logging Services (Gyro, Perforation, PLT, Gauges). 3.4.30. Drill Stem Testing Services. 3.4.31. Directional Drilling Services. 3.4.32. Perforation Services. 3.4.33. Gravel Packing Services. 3.4.34. Fracturating Services. 3.4.35. Plugging Services. 3.4.36. Well Wash Services. 3.4.37. Coiled Tubing Services. 3.4.38. Pumping Services. 3.4.39. Fluid / Bottom Hole Sampling Services. 3.4.40. OCTG Services (Cleaning, Hardbanding, Recutting, Rethreading, Storage). 3.4.41. Well Crisis Management Services. 3.4.99. Other Drilling Services. 3.5.0. CONSTRUCTION / MODIFICATION / REPAIR / MAINTENANCE / REFURBISHMENT SERVICES. 3.5.1. Steel / Piping / Mechanical Services. 3.5.2. Electrical / Instrument Services. 3.5.3. Ventilation / Heating / Sanitary Services. 3.5.4. Waste Disposal / Drainage Services. 3.5.5. Insulation Services. 3.5.6. Surface Treatment, Sandblasting, Painting, Coating and Fireproofing Services. 3.5.7. Scaffolding / Rigging / Covering Services. 3.5.8. Civil Works / Building Contracting Services including Drilling / Tunnelling. 3.5.9. Diving / ROV / Submersible operations. 3.5.10. Subsea Construction Services. 3.5.11. Generator Services. 3.5.12. Pipe Cutting and Bending Services. 3.5.13. Industrial Cleaning Services. 3.5.14. Catalyst Handling / Regeneration Services. 3.5.15. Bolt Tensioning Services. 3.5.16. Rope Access Services. 3.5.17. Welding and Jointing Services. 3.5.18. Safety / Protection / Security / Firefighting System Services. 3.5.19. Preservation of Mechanical and Electrical Component Services. 3.5.20. Maintenance and Modification of Pumps and Rotating Equipment. 3.5.21. Heat Treating and Demagnetising Services. 3.5.22. Vehicle Maintenance and Repair Services. 3.5.23. Machining Services (In Situ and General Machining). 3.5.24. Site Clean up Services. 3.5.25. Biological Sludge Treatment Services. 3.5.26. Tank Bottom Sludge Treatment Services. 3.5.27. Piling Services. 3.5.30. Valve Management Services including testing and repair. 3.5.31. Crane Management Services. 3.5.99. Other Construction / Maintenance Services. 3.6.0. INSTALLATION SERVICES / MARINE CONTRACTING (For Abandonment Services see Section 3.15). 3.6.1. Pipelaying / Cable Laying Services. 3.6.2. Trenching and Excavation Services. 3.6.3. Diving / ROV / Submersible operations. 3.6.4. Cranes / Crane Barges / Heavy Lift Vessels. 3.6.5. Hook up and Commissioning including Marine Installation Services. 3.6.6. Mobile Production Units. 3.6.7. Dredging Services. 3.6.8. Gravel and Rock Dumping Services. 3.6.9. Floating Storage Units (FSU). 3.6.10. Subsea Pipeline Protection Services. 3.6.11. Installation of Subsea Packages. 3.6.13. Mooring System Services. 3.6.99. Other Installation Services. 3.7.0. INSPECTION / CONTROL AND TESTING SERVICES. 3.7.1. Non Destructive Testing (NDT) Services. 3.7.2. Pipeline Flushing, External / Internal Inspection, Pigging Services. 3.7.3. Surface Treatment Inspection Services. 3.7.4. Pressure Testing Services. 3.7.5. Instrument Testing / Calibration Services. 3.7.6. Load Testing Services. 3.7.7. Diving / ROV operations. 3.7.8. Laboratory Testing Services. 3.7.10. Dimensional Control / Verification Services. 3.7.12. Third Party Measurement Services. 3.7.98. Other Inspection Services. 3.7.99. Other Testing Services. 3.8.0. TRANSPORTATION / SUPPLY / DISPOSAL SERVICES. 3.8.1. Tugs / ROV Support / Diving Support Vessels. 3.8.2. Barges. 3.8.3. Air Transport Services of Passengers and Freight. 3.8.4. Accommodation Platforms / Vessels. 3.8.5. Rental of Containers, Baskets etc. 3.8.6. Disposal / Distribution and Waste Transport Services etc. 3.8.7. Salvage Services etc. 3.8.8. Rental of Cranes and Special Vehicles. 3.8.9. Courier Services. 3.8.10. Freight Forwarding / Logistics Management Services. 3.8.11. Transport Broker and Agent Services. 3.8.12. Supply Base / Warehouse / Storage Services. 3.8.13. Ship Chandler Services. 3.8.14. Bulk Truck Transportation Services. 3.8.15. Truck Package / Product Transportation Services. 3.8.16. Moving Services. 3.8.17. Supply Vessels. 3.8.18. Stand by Vessels. 3.8.99. Other Transportation / Supply and Disposal Services. 3.9.0. SURVEYING / POSITIONING SERVICES. 3.9.1. Soil Investigation Services. 3.9.2. Navigation / Positioning Services. 3.9.3. Geotechnical Services. 3.9.4. Geophysical and Hydrographic Site Survey Services. 3.9.5. Oceanographic Services. 3.9.6. Rig Positioning Services. 3.9.7. Photogrammetry Surveying Services. 3.9.8. Chart and Map Production Services. 3.9.9. Rental of Surveying / Positioning Equipment. 3.9.10. Survey and Positioning Support Services. 3.9.99. Other Surveying / Positioning Services. 3.10.0. SEISMIC SERVICES. 3.10.1. 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Acquisition Services 3.10.2. 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Processing Services 3.10.3. Site Surveys Services. 3.10.4. Well Velocity Survey Services. 3.10.5. Rental of Seismic Equipment. 3.10.6. 2D / 3D / 4D Seismic Data Interpretation Services 3.10.99. Other Seismic Services. 3.11.0. INFORMATION SYSTEMS / INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY / COMMUNICATION SERVICES. 3.11.1. Network Installation / Support Services. 3.11.2. Software Development and Support Services. 3.11.3. Computer Based Modelling Services. 3.11.4. Computer Based Simulation / Training Program Services. 3.11.5. CAD / CAP Services. 3.11.6. Hardware Installation Support Services. 3.11.7. Operating Systems Installation / Support Services. 3.11.8. User Support / Help Desk Services. 3.11.9. IT Management Consultancy Services. 3.11.10. Data Management Services. 3.11.11. General IS / IT Consultancy Services. 3.11.20. Telecommunication Installation / Support Services. 3.11.21. Data and Message Transmitting Services. 3.11.22. Rental of Telecom Lines. 3.11.23. Telecom Subscription Services. 3.11.24. Public Address System Services. 3.11.98. Other Communication Services. 3.11.99. Other Information Systems (IS) / Information Technology (IT) Services. 3.12.0. PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY SERVICES. 3.12.7. Geophysical Interpretation Services. 3.12.8. Petrophysical Interpretation Services. 3.12.9. Geological Evaluation Services (Organic Geochemistry, Petrology, Diagenesis, Biostratigraphy, Fluid Characterisation, PVT, Core Analysis, Flooding). 3.12.10. Reservoir Evaluation Services. 3.12.99. Other Petroleum Technology Services. 3.13.0. CERTIFICATION AND INTEGRITY SERVICES. 3.13.1. Quality Management Systems Certification. 3.13.2. Environmental Management Systems Certification. 3.13.3. Safety Management Systems Certification. 3.13.4. Information Security Management Systems Certification. 3.13.5. Certification of Welders. 3.13.6. Certification of NDT Personnel. 3.13.7. Certification of Machinery. 3.13.8. Certification of Cranes and Lifting Appliances. 3.13.9. Certification of Pressurised Equipment. 3.13.10. Evaluation and Certification of Software and Electronics (IT). 3.13.11. Notified Body for Machinery. 3.13.12. Notified Body for simple Pressure Vessels. 3.13.13. Notified Body for Telecommunication Terminal Equipment. 3.13.14. Notified Body for Medical Equipment. 3.13.15. Notified Body for Personal Protection Equipment. 3.13.16. Notified Body for Lifts. 3.13.17. Notified Body for Pressure Containing Equipment. 3.13.30. Integrity Management Services. 3.13.99. Other Certification Services. 3.14.0. FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE SERVICES. 3.14.1. Banking Services. 3.14.2. Monetary Intermediation Services. 3.14.3. Credit Granting Services. 3.14.4. Financial Markets Administration Services. 3.14.5. Security Broking and Fund Management Services. 3.14.18. Financial Management Consultancy Services. 3.14.19. Other Banking and Financial Services. 3.14.20. Accounting Services. 3.14.21. Auditing Services. 3.14.30. Life Insurance Services. 3.14.31. Pension Funding Services. 3.14.32. Non Life Insurance Services. 3.14.33. Insurance Broking Services. 3.14.39. Other Insurance Services. 3.15.0. DECOMMISSIONING AND ABANDONMENT SERVICES. 3.15.1. Project Management Services. 3.15.2. Marine Services. 3.15.3. Subsea Services. 3.15.4. Well Services. 3.15.5. Cutting Services. 3.15.6. Site Services. 3.15.7. Waste Management Services. 3.15.8. Integrity / Legislation Services. 3.15.99. Other Decommissioning and Abandonment Services. 3.20.0. SERVICE STATION MAINTENANCE / SERVICES. 3.20.1. Car Wash Equipment Maintenance / Services. 3.20.2. Canopy Equipment Maintenance / Services. 3.20.3. Signs and Accessories Maintenance / Services. 3.20.4. Service Station Pumps Maintenance / Services. 3.20.5. Payment Terminal Maintenance / Services. 3.20.6. Service Station Tanks Maintenance / Services. 3.20.99. Other Service Station Maintenance / Services. 3.90.0. EXCHANGE AND THROUGHPUT SERVICES. 3.90.1. Exchange and Throughput Services. 3.99.0. OTHER SUPPORTING SERVICES. 3.99.2. Temporary Accommodation / Camp Services. 3.99.3. Catering Services. 3.99.4. Cleaning and Laundry Services. 3.99.5. Security Services. 3.99.6. Rental of Equipment. 3.99.7. Printing and Copying Services. 3.99.8. Photographic / Film / Video Services. 3.99.9. Technical Drafting Services. 3.99.10. Travel Agency, Car Rental Services etc. 3.99.12. Medical Services. 3.99.13. Training Course / Seminar Services. 3.99.14. Recreational Services. 3.99.15. Hotel and Conference Services. 3.99.16. Rental of Housing and Office Space etc. 3.99.17. Energy / Electrical Power Supply Services. 3.99.18. Manpower Supply, Temporary Staff Hiring Technical. 3.99.19. Manpower Supply, Temporary Staff Hiring Administration. 3.99.20. Library Services. 3.99.21. Equipment Brokerage Services. 3.99.22. Horticultural / Grounds Maintenance Services. 3.99.99. Other Supporting Services. 4.0.0. MULTIDISCIPLINE / COMBINED SUPPLIES AND/OR SERVICES (TURNKEY / PACKAGES). 4.1.0. ENGINEERING / PROCUREMENT. 4.1.1. Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms. 4.1.2. Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading. 4.1.3. Subsea Systems. 4.1.4. Pipeline Systems. 4.1.5. Risers. 4.1.6. Umbilicals. 4.1.7. Terminal / Oil Movement Systems. 4.1.8. Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules. 4.1.9. Process Modules / Packages. 4.1.10. Utilities Modules / Packages. 4.1.11. Drilling Modules / Packages. 4.1.12. Buildings including Service Stations. 4.1.99. Other Systems. 4.2.0. ENGINEERING / PROCUREMENT / CONSTRUCTION. 4.2.1. Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms. 4.2.2. Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading. 4.2.3. Subsea Systems. 4.2.4. Pipeline Systems. 4.2.5. Risers. 4.2.6. Umbilicals. 4.2.7. Terminal / Oil Movement Systems. 4.2.8. Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules. 4.2.9. Process Modules / Packages. 4.2.10. Utilities Modules / Packages. 4.2.11. Drilling Modules / Packages. 4.2.12. Buildings including Service Stations. 4.2.99. Other Systems. 4.3.0. ENGINEERING / PROCUREMENT / CONSTRUCTION / INSTALLATION. 4.3.1. Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms. 4.3.2. Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading. 4.3.3. Subsea Systems. 4.3.4. Pipeline systems. 4.3.5. Risers. 4.3.6. Umbilicals. 4.3.7. Terminal / Oil Movement Systems. 4.3.8. Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules. 4.3.9. Process Modules / Packages. 4.3.10. Utilities Modules / Packages. 4.3.11. Drilling Modules / Packages. 4.3.12. Buildings including Service Stations. 4.3.99. Other Systems. 4.4.0. ENGINEERING / PROCUREMENT / CONSTRUCTION / INSTALLATION / COMMISSIONING. 4.4.1. Steel / Metal / Concrete Structures / Platforms. 4.4.2. Floating Facilities / Systems including Storage / Loading. 4.4.3. Subsea Systems. 4.4.4. Pipeline Systems. 4.4.5. Risers. 4.4.6. Umbilicals. 4.4.7. Terminal / Oil Movement Systems. 4.4.8. Accommodation / Office / Workshop / Storage Modules. 4.4.9. Process Modules / Packages. 4.4.10. Utilities Modules / Packages. 4.4.11. Drilling Modules / Packages. 4.4.12. Buildings including Service Stations. 4.4.99. Other Systems. 4.5.0. INTEGRATED SERVICES. 4.5.1. Management and Provision of all Facilities Engineering, Modification and Maintenance Services for a Site / Platform. 4.5.2. Management and Operations, including Production Supervision of all Facilities, Engineering, Modification and Maintenance Services for Site / Platform. 4.5.3. Hydrocarbon Reservoir Development and Production Services. 4.5.4. Extended Well Test / Early Production Services including Provision of Floating or Jackup Production Unit. 4.5.5. Well Management / Construction Services. 4.5.6. Management and Provision of all Catering, Cleaning, Office and Security Service at Location / Platform. 4.5.7. Field Development.

1 Purchase contract of sale of various machines and various equipment 2.Adásvételi purchase contract.

Hő és Légtechnika Innovációs Kft. | Published December 19, 2013
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Global Transfer s.r.o.Lesna 313Velke Kosihy 94621
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1 Purchase contract of sale of various machines and equipment - Industrial GT101 combination welding machine: - Power: 3.4 Kw - Welding electrode diameter: 0.6-0.8 mm - Weight: 78 kg - Noise level: 72 dB - Electronic GT201 performance industrial spot welding Equipment: - Voltage: 400V - Power: 4600 A - weight: 82 kg - Noise level: 64 dB - Kiütőkalapácsos bearing puller set - 15-30, 30-80 mm inner and outer diameters of 15-80 mm grip makes possible - Weight: 6 kg - Hydraulic Puller - power 10 t - max. Swing diameter 250 mm - piston stroke 0-50 mm - Weight: 12 kg - errors wireless detection probe video system: - diameter 13 mm camera probe, 1m long camera cable - 4 selectable frequencies to transmit the recorded image as one of the leading USB receiver that laptop or computer connected - Accessories: USB data cable, battery charger, Win XP, Vista and Win a CD containing the executable under 7 operating systems meghahjtó program - measuring no-contact thermometer - you can measure without touching the object surface temperature. They can be used where conventional temperature measurement can not be used, for example. moving or energized for objects. - LCD display with backlight, battery power measurement, automated measurement data backup - for laser beam - Power supply 9 V battery - Sandblasting equipment - prior to and enhance weather resistance coating to clean metal parts. - Operating pressure. 6-10 bar - air consumption: 170 to 700 l / min - compressor refrigeration dryer - painting and surface treatment - Power: 7500 W - air tank capacity: 300 l - max pressure: 10 bar - outgoing air flow: 870 l / min - Weight 650 kg - Power lifting - capacity: 1000 kg - lift: 2500 mm - center of gravity axis: 600 mm - fork width: 560 mm - fork length: 1150 mm - Overall Height: 1750 mm - Overall width: 700 mm - Total length: 1600 mm - Wheel diameter: 80 mm - government wheel diameter: 150 mm - GT320 lathe - current length: 720 mm - spindle bore 38 mm - Speed ​​range: 60 to 1600 rev / min - Size 0.5-4 threads mm - Withwort rounds: 11 to 40 mm - automatic longitudinal feed rate from 0.1 to 1.4 mm / rev - automatkius transverse feed rate from 0.022 to 0.3 mm / rev - document capture unit 160/200 mm / rev - weight 560 kg - GTP011 precision milling machine - variable angle milling head 400 mm stroke - power feed: 0.12, 0.19 and 0.26 mm / rev - Power supply: 3 x 400 V delta Y - power consumption: 850/1 100 W - Speed ​​range : 50-2520 (12) rev / min - angle adjustment: 90 degrees - table size: 730x210 mm - base-size: 510x700 mm - Overall Height: 2,115 mm - Spindle nose: 4 morse taper - Table transverse displacement: 175 mm - table longitudinal feed rate: 455 mm - Spindle travel: 120 mm - spindle overhang: 270 mm - Maximum distance spindle to table: 730 mm - Vernier scale spindle feed of 0.02 mm - EEA 008 Pvc parts (cap) injection - erxtruder capacity: 65 kg / h - power consumption: 36 kW - air pressure: 5-7 bar - Weight: 4400 kg - Magnetic drilling machine: - Power supply: 230 V - Power consumption: 1100 watts - Speed ​​range: 0 to 550 rev / min - chuck opening range: 8-15 mm - plate shears for cutting sheet - front bumper: 0-310 mm - rear bumper: 0-570 mm - carbon steel, hard chrome plated blade surface - Weight: 480 kg - industrial metal band - power 230 V - Power consumption: 360 W - Cutting speed: 19-28-50 m / min - max. cutting diameter: 128 mm - max. cut into 95 mm diameter at 45 degrees - 60 degrees max cutting diameter: 44 mm - Industrial bending - bending angle: 135 degrees. - Maximum sheet size 1020 mm / 2 mm - Weight: 380 kg - Roll bending machines - maximum bend length: 1 m - maximum thickness of 1.5 mm - cylinder diameter: 75 mm - Dimensions: 1800 * 500 * 500 mm - weight 230 kg - Disc Grinding Equipment: - Supply voltage: 230 V/50 Hz - Power consumption: 650 W - belt speed of 5 m / s (150x1 220 mm size) - Speed ​​dial: 1 400/perc (220 mm diameter ) - Weight: 65 kg 2 Various equipment purchase contract purchase - 10 wind speed - wind speed measurement range: 0.4 to 30 m / s or 1.4 to 108 km / h - Beaufort grades 0-12, .004 to 9,999 m2 air flow intensity, temperature 0 - 60 degrees Celsius, resolution of 0.1 / 1 to 50 measurements can be stored in memory - 10 Vibration machine - displacement measurement from 0.001 to 4 mm (0.01 to 10 kHz) - Rate: 0.25 to 20 cm / s - Acceleration: 0.1 to 200 m/s2 - Power supply: 4x1, 5V AAA batteries - dimensions. 124 * 62 * 30mm - PC interface RS 232 C Accuracy + / -5% - Weight: 0.8 kg - Laser hoss

10--Maintenance and Repair - Welding Machinery

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published April 14, 2014  -  Deadline April 17, 2014
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This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. This is a combined synopsis/solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; quotes are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. The combined synopsis/ solicitation number is W91ZLK-14-T-0424. This solicitation document and incorporated provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular (FAC) 05-30. This requirement is for preventative maintenance, repair service and technical support of Government owned equipment. This requirement is a total set aside for Small Businesses. The associated North America Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code is 811310 and the Business Size Standard is $7 million. The Government contemplates award of a Firm-Fixed Price and Time & Materials contract. The basis of selection for this solicitation will be Lowest Price Technically Acceptable. Contractor must address their technical ability to perform all aspects of the Performance Work Statement, as well as furnish any licenses that many required to be considered Technically Acceptable. Description of Requirement: Provide preventative maintenance and unscheduled emergency services for machining and welding equipment at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. PLEASE SEE ATTACHED PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT AND INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS. $________ / MONTH: CLIN 0001 Preventative Maintenance (Firm Fixed Price) The contractor shall provide preventative one year of maintenance services for the equipment listed in the attachment. See attached Performance Work Statement for details. $___________/ HOUR: CLIN Labor - Repair Services (Time & Materials) The contractor shall provide one year of unscheduled corrective repairs on a Time & Materials basis for the equipment listed in the attachment. See attached Performance Work Statement for details. Please base price on an estimate of 240 hours. $___________/ HOUR: Labor - Repair Services (Time & Materials) The contractor shall provide one year of unscheduled emergency repairs on a Time & Materials basis for the equipment listed in the attachment. See attached Performance Work Statement for details. Please base price on an estimate of 40 hours. _______ Materials markup: The contractor shall provide materials necessary for repair with designated markup. See attached Performance Work Statement for details. $_________ Accounting for Contract Services Cost for Providing Accounting for Contract Services -ACC-APG 5152.237-4900, Accounting for Contract Services Requirement, has been added to the statement of work, and contractor is required to provide data on contractor manpower (including subcontractor manpower) for performance of this contract. The cost, if any, for providing this data shall be entered into the space provided at this CLIN. If no direct cost is associated with providing the data, enter quote mark No Cost quote mark . Instructions, including the Contractor and Subcontractor User Guides, are available at the CMRA (Contractor Manpower Reporting Application) website at: https://cmra.army.mil. For further assistance, email the CMRA Help Desk at contractormanpower@hqda.army.mil. $________ / MONTH: Preventative Maintenance OPTION YEAR 1 The contractor shall provide one year of preventative maintenance services for the equipment listed in the attachment. See attached Performance Work Statement for details. $___________/ HOUR: Labor - Repair Services (Time & Materials) OPTION YEAR 1 The contractor shall provide one year of unscheduled corrective repairs on a Time & Materials basis for the equipment listed in the attachment. See attached Performance Work Statement for details. Please base price on an estimate of 240 hours. $___________/ HOUR: Labor - Repair Services (Time & Materials) OPTION YEAR 1 The contractor shall provide one year of unscheduled emergency repairs on a Time & Materials basis for the equipment listed in the attachment. See attached Performance Work Statement for details. Please base price on an estimate of 40 hours. _______ Materials markup OPTION YEAR 1 The contractor shall provide materials necessary for repair with designated markup. See attached Performance Work Statement for details. $_________ Accounting for Contract Services OPTION YEAR 1 Cost for Providing Accounting for Contract Services -ACC-APG 5152.237-4900, Accounting for Contract Services Requirement, has been added to the statement of work, and contractor is required to provide data on contractor manpower (including subcontractor manpower) for performance of this contract. The cost, if any, for providing this data shall be entered into the space provided at this CLIN. If no direct cost is associated with providing the data, enter quote mark No Cost quote mark . $________ / MONTH: Preventative Maintenance OPTION YEAR 2 The contractor shall provide one year of preventative maintenance services for the equipment listed in the attachment. See attached Performance Work Statement for details. $___________/ HOUR: Labor - Repair Services (Time & Materials) OPTION YEAR 2 The contractor shall provide one year of unscheduled corrective repairs on a Time & Materials basis for the equipment listed in the attachment. See attached Performance Work Statement for details. Please base price on an estimate of 240 hours. $___________/ HOUR: Labor - Repair Services (Time & Materials) OPTION YEAR 2 The contractor shall provide one year of unscheduled emergency repairs on a Time & Materials basis for the equipment listed in the attachment. See attached Performance Work Statement for details. Please base price on an estimate of 40 hours. _______ Materials markup OPTION YEAR 2 The contractor shall provide materials necessary for repair with designated markup. See attached Performance Work Statement for details. $_________ Accounting for Contract Services OPTION YEAR 2 Cost for Providing Accounting for Contract Services -ACC-APG 5152.237-4900, Accounting for Contract Services Requirement, has been added to the statement of work, and contractor is required to provide data on contractor manpower (including subcontractor manpower) for performance of this contract. The cost, if any, for providing this data shall be entered into the space provided at this CLIN. If no direct cost is associated with providing the data, enter quote mark No Cost quote mark . The following provisions and clauses will be incorporated by reference: The full text of FAR and DFAR references may be accessed electronically at this address: http://farsite.hill.af.mil 252.212-7000, Offeror Representations and Certifications Commercial Items 52. 212-4 Contract Terms and Conditions Commercial Items. ADDENDUM to 52.212-4 52.209-6 Protecting the Government's Interest when Subcontracting with Contractors Debarred, Suspended or Proposed for Debarment 52.223-11 Ozone Depleting Substances 52.247-34 FOB Destination 52.212-5, Contract terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders Commercial Items applies to this acquisition. The following additional FAR clauses cited in this clause are applicable: FAR 52.203-6, Restrictions on Subcontractor Sales to the Government, with Alternate I (41 U.S.C 253S and 10 U.S .C. 2402) FAR 52.219-6 Notice of Total Small Business Set-Aside FAR 52.219-8, Utilization of Small Business Concerns FAR 52.219-14 Limitations on Subcontracting FAR 52.222-19 Child Labor Cooperation with Authorities and Remedies FAR 52.222-21 Prohibition of Segregated Facilities FAR 52.222-26 Equal Opportunity FAR 52.222-35 Equal Opportunity for Special Disabled Veterans, Veterans of the Vietnam Era and Other Disabled Veterans FAR 52.222-36 Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities FAR 52.222-37 Employment Reports on Disabled veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era FAR 52.225-13 Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchase FAR 52.232-33 Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer Central Contractor Registration FAR 52.222-41 Service Contract Act of 1965 (Nov 2007) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.). 252.212-7001 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders Applicable to Defense Acquisitions of Commercial Items (APR 2007) The following additional DFAR clauses cited in the clause are applicable: 52.203-3 Gratuities 252.203-7000 Requirements Relating to Compensation of Former DoD Officials 252.203-7003 Agency Office of the Inspector General 252.225-7001 Buy America and Balance of Payment Program 252.225-7008 Restriction on Acquisition of Specialty Metals 252.225-7009 Restriction on Acquisition of Certain Article Containing Specialty Metals 252.225-7012 Preference for Certain Domestic Commodities 252.225-7015 Restriction on Acquisition of Hand or Measuring Tools 252.225-7016 Restriction on Acquisition of Ball and Roller Bearings 252.225-7021 Trade Agreements 252.225-7036 Buy American Act-Free Trade Agreements Balance of Payments Program 252.227-7015 Technical Data-Commercial Items 252.227-7037 Validation of Restrictive Markings on Technical Data if applicable 252.225-7038 Restriction on Acquisition of Air Circuit Breakers 252.232-7003 Electronic Submission of Payment Requests 252-247-7023 Transportation of Supplies by Sea 252-247-7024 Notification of Transportation of Supplies by Sea Maryland Retail Sales and Use Tax. 52.217-8 OPTION TO EXTEND SERVICES (NOV 1999) The Government may require continued performance of any services within the limits and at the rates specified in the contract. These rates may be adjusted only as a result of revisions to prevailing labor rates provided by the Secretary of Labor. The option provision may be exercised more than once, but the total extension of performance hereunder shall not exceed 6 months. The Contracting Officer may exercise the option by written notice to the Contractor within 30 days. (End of clause) 52.217-9 OPTION TO EXTEND THE TERM OF THE CONTRACT (MAR 2000) (a) The Government may extend the term of this contract by written notice to the Contractor within 30 days; provided that the Government gives the Contractor a preliminary written notice of its intent to extend at least 30 days before the contract expires. The preliminary notice does not commit the Government to an extension. (b) If the Government exercises this option, the extended contract shall be considered to include this option clause. (c) The total duration of this contract, including the exercise of any options under this clause, shall not exceed 3 years. (End of clause) The full text of FAR and DFAR references may be accessed electronically at this address: http://farsite.hill.af.mil. ALL must be signed, dated, and received by 9:00 AM EST 17 April, 2014 via email to Andrew Fortier, andrew.p.fortier2.civ@mail.mil, located at the US Army Contracting Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Tenant Contracting Division, Attention: CCRD-AI-IC, 6001 Combat Drive, 2nd Floor, Room C2-101, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005-1846. All quotations from responsible sources will be fully considered. Vendors who are not registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) database prior to award will not be considered. Vendors may register with SAM by calling 1-866-606-8220 or online at https://www.sam.gov. Service desk http://www.fsd.gov. For questions concerning the Request for Proposal contact Mr. Andrew Fortier, via email at andrew.p.fortier2.civ@mail.mil NO TELEPHONE REQUESTS WILL BE HONORED.

F--Owyhee Adit Closures

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management | Published September 3, 2007  -  Deadline September 14, 2007
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This is a combined Synopsis/Solicitation for commercial items prepared in accordance with the format in Subpart 12.6, as supplemented with additional information included in this notice. This announcement constitutes the only solicitation; proposals are being requested and a written solicitation will not be issued. Firm, fixed-price quotes are requested under Request for Quotation (RFQ) Solicitation number DLQ070067. This document incorporates provisions and clauses are those in effect through Federal Acquisition Circular 2005-19. This solicitation is set-aside for small business under North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 541990. The Small Business Annual Receipts for the firm and its Affiliates, for the preceding three (3) fiscal years does not exceed $6.5 million. The line item number is: Line Item 0001, Physical Closure of Seven Abandoned Mine Land Adits, Quantity, 1 Lump Sum. Scope of Work Background: Abandoned Mine Land (AML) investigations were conducted from the years 2000 to 2004 by the Boise District in the War Eagle Mountain area within the Owyhee Field Office. These investigations resulted in the discovery of 23 dangerous open mine workings at Eight AML sites on War Eagle Mountain and in Silver City. All of the workings pose significant threats to public safety. This is especially true due to the increase in public visitation to the area in the past few years. This project will reduce or eliminate safety hazards for Seven of the top priority sites that are located on public lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Issue: The sites consist of 2 open shafts and 5 open adits generally located in T 5 S, R 3 W, Sections 4, 8, & 9, Boise Meridian, Owyhee County, Idaho. All openings are easily accessible and are potentially very hazardous to the public. All the prospects are located on War Eagle Mountain which is readily accessible by vehicle and is getting frequent visits from the public. Because of the physical safety hazards found at these sites, the proposal is to mitigate and remedy any hazards these sites pose to the public while at the same time protecting habitat for bats where there are concerns. Remediation of abandoned open mine workings would depend on the type of opening, stability of an opening, and if wildlife habitat within a working (bat habitat) needs to be protected. Any adit that has the potential for bat habitat, even if bat surveys identify no current use, will have bat gates or bat gate culverts installed. Work would consist of installing BLM Wildlife Biologist approved bat gate culverts at 5 sites and fabricating bat friendly closures at the two shafts. Solidifying foam would be used to help close off openings and seal the bat gate culverts in place. All work areas would utilize waste rock from adjacent mine workings for custom finish work, fill, and contouring. Work Performance: Specific work to be performed by the contractor is listed below by each site of concern. Where bat gate culverts are to be installed the structures will be supplied by the BLM. These will be placed inside the adit and then the remaining open areas around the bat gate will be sealed off with solidifying foam and finished with waste rock available on site. The contractor will be responsible for picking the bat gate culverts up from the Boise District ware yard and transporting them to the work site. All other structures will be fabricated and/or constructed by the contractor as part of this contract. Work may include the use of a backhoe, track hoe, bulldozer, and pickup truck. Welding in a remote location will require mobile welding equipment. Contractor is responsible for transporting all materials to the project locations. Attachments and Map are available at: ftp://ftp.blm.gov/pub/ID/aml/War_Eagle_2007/ ADIT AND SHAFT CLOSURE WORK FY07 Silver Chord Group- AML SITE 1 - JACKSON CLAIM (IGS SITE NO. BO-182) Location - T. 5 S., R. 3 W., Sec. 8, NENESE. Adit 7 - UTM 523615 Easting, 4761048 Northing. Adit 8 - UTM 523620 Easting, 471054 Northing. Safety - The two open adits are easily accessible to the public and there is documentation that visitors have entered these adits. Theses adits have extensive inside workings. Attachment 2 has photos. Actions - Two open adits - Insert BLM furnished 36" bat gate culverts in both adits using track hoe or comparable equipment. Culverts will be foamed into place with a native rock cemented facing around the culvert opening (see Attachment 1 photo's for example). AML SITE 2 - ADIT 15 UNIDENTIFIED WORKINGS (WITH NO SITE NUMBERS) Location - T. 5 S., R. 3 W., Sec. 9, W and Sec. 8, E . UTM 523653 Easting, 4761403 Northing. Safety - The adit is an open tunnel just below the War Eagle Road in the Silver Chord area of War Eagle Mountain. Attachment 3 has photos. Actions - The adit will be closed with a 24" bat gate culvert that will be backfilled around after instillation (see Attachment 1 photo's for example). WESTLAKE GROUP (IGS Site No. BO-173) AML SITE 3 - RUTH ANN ADIT Location - T. 5 S., R. 3 W., Sec. 4, SESESE. UTM 523076 Easting, 4762318 Northing. Safety - The open adit is easily accessible to the public and there is documentation that visitors have entered this adit. Attachment 3 has photos. Actions - Insert a BLM furnished 36" bat gate culvert in the adit using track hoe or comparable equipment. Culvert will be foamed into place with a native rock cemented facing around the culvert opening (see Attachment 1 photo's for example). AML SITE 4 - RUTH ADIT Location - T. 5 S., R. 3 W., Sec. 4, SESESE. UTM 523091 Easting, 4762312 Northing. Safety - The open adit is easily accessible to the public and there is documentation that visitors have entered this adit. Attachment 3 has photos. Actions - Insert a BLM furnished 36" bat gate culvert in the adit using track hoe or comparable equipment. Culvert will be foamed into place with a native rock cemented facing around the culvert opening (see Attachment 1 photo's for example). AML SITE 5 - GENERAL CONNER CLAIM (IGS SITE NO. BO-186) Location - T. 5 S., R. 3 W., Sec. 9, NWNWNW . UTM 523751 Easting, 4761779 Northing. Safety - The open shaft is a serious safety hazard. There are no warning signs and no fence around the opening. The open shaft which measures about 3-4 feet wide and 8 feet long is about 30 feet deep has very steep sides and can not be climbed out of if trapped. Attachment 3 has photos. Actions - A bat friendly grid will be placed and secured over the opening. AML SITE 6 - UNNAMED PROSPECT (IGS SITE NO. K7249901) Location - T. 5 S., R. 3 W., Sec. 9, NWNWNW . UTM 524014 Easting, 4761784 Northing. Safety - The open shaft is a serious safety hazard. There are no warning signs and no fence around the opening. The open shaft which measures about 4 feet wide and 6 feet long is about 30 feet deep has very steep sides and can not be climbed out of if trapped. Attachment 3 has photos. Actions - A bat friendly grid will be placed and secured over the opening. INFORMATION REQUESTED OF OFFERORS Offerors will be evaluated using past performance, objective suitability, and price. Offerors should supply information that will be relevant to the evaluation including but not limited to: List of contracts completed in the past three years, Point of contact for each contract, Description of past contracts, Performance evaluations, explanation of cost overruns or underruns, delays, performance issues, or terminations, Examples of past contracts that are similar in scope to this solicitation, Description on how the offeror intends to conduct the work to be performed including their current capabilities to conduct the work, ability to mobilize and work specific to remote areas, and how they will conduct daily activities. Discussion of the offeror's current capability, experience, understanding, ability and methodology to design and implement corrective actions using foam technology. Discussion of the offeror's current capability, experience, understanding, and ability to provide a natural rock finish around completed structures to complement historic/cultural setting. Discussion of the offeror's current capability, understanding, ability and methodology to design and fabricate closure gates on site. Discussion of the offeror's current capability, understanding, and ability to submit an adequate general safety plan and demonstration of an adequate process to develop a site specific safety plan, including the adequacy of the offeror's experience in developing and implementing site safety plans as demonstrated by the adequacy of the submission of safety records of all similar jobs performed in the last two years including past violations covering the previous five years. The following provisions and clauses apply to this procurement: FAR 52.212-01 Instructions to Offerors - Commercial Items; FAR 52,212-02, Evaluation-Commercial Items is applicable, and the following shall be included in paragraph (a) of this provision. Quotes will be evaluated on past performance, and price listed in descending order of importance. Past performance will be based on the Contracting Officer's knowledge, contacting provided references, and other reasonable sources. FAR 52.212-03 Offeror Representations and Certifications - Commercial Items; FAR 52.212-04 Contract Terms and Conditions - Commercial Items; FAR 52.212-05 Contract Terms and Conditions Required to Implement Statutes or Executive Orders - Commercial Items (paragraph (b) following clauses apply; FAR 52.219-06; FAR 52.222-03; FAR 52.222-21; FAR 52.222-22; FAR 52.222-26; FAR 52.222-35; FAR 52.222-36; FAR 52.222-37; FAR 52.232-33); (paragraph (c) following clauses apply; FAR 52.222-41; FAR 52.222-42); FAR 52.204-07 Central Contractor Registration; FAR 52.223-06 Drug-Free Workplace; FAR 52.237-01 Site Visit (No Site Tour will be held). The full text of these provisions and clauses may be accessed electronically at http://www.acquisition.gov/far or upon request to the Contracting Officer. Offerors must be registered, and must maintain an active registration in the Central Contractor Registration database found at http://www.ccr.gov and Online Representations and Certifications must be completed at http://orca.bpn.gov or completed copy of the FAR 52.212-03 clause must be submitted with the quote. Quotes shall be submitted in writing on company letterhead and must include the RFQ number, the company name, point of contract, address, phone number, fax number, DUNS number, the delivery period in terms of the number of weeks or days, the unit price, the extended price, and any prompt payment discount terms. If you need assistance with the IDEASEC website contact the helpdesk at 703-390-6633. Offers are due at the above office by close of business September 14, 2007. Fax quotes will be accepted at (208) 373-3915. For additional information contact Patricia A. Fort, Contracting Officer at (208) 373-3910. All responsible offerors may submit a quotation that, if timely received, shall be considered for award.

Education and training services

Pomorska Wojewódzka Komenda Ochotniczych Hufców Pracy | Published November 4, 2015
Winner
DWCom s.c Dorota Wołosiuk – Kondratowicz, Waldemar Tabaka,
cpvs
80000000, 80530000, 80570000, 80500000

The contract is for organizing and conducting group vocational courses for young people aged 18-24, not attending and non-working beneficiaries Voluntary Labour Corps units. List of professional courses to achieve: Task No. 1 CHOJNICE A welder MAG 135: 10 persons B. technologist finishing works in construction 5 people Task No. 2 Gdynia A welder TIG 141: 10 persons B. electrician exam SEP 5 people Task No. 3 KOŚCIERZYNA A warehouseman. with computers and forklift 8 persons B. forklift operator 7 people Task No. 4 SŁUPSK A welder MAG 135: 10 persons B. tiler Tiler: 5 people Task No. 1 CHOJNICE Course A - welder MAG 135 Minimum Subject of training: The processes of welding and related bonding, Technical welding materials, primary and secondary, Fundamentals of electrical engineering, machinery and equipment for welding engineering and welding technology, engineering and welding technology, regulations, guidelines and standards for welding, safety and fire protection. at work, above a vocational course should be conducted in the field of theoretical and practical knowledge, where the division hours as follows: Duration 1 course 145H / person, theoretical - practical classes ,, 25h - 120h. The course will run for 10 people from Chojnice and surrounding areas. The contractor will carry out training according to the present schedule. The contractor will provide participants from accident insurance for the duration of the course. If not qualify a candidate for a course due to health problems that trains the company is obliged to cover the costs of research for the next participant. The Contractor shall provide the necessary training materials and teaching. The Contractor shall provide protective clothing. Theoretical and practical training should take place in Chojnice or within a radius of 10 km from Chojnice. 622) and external examination, the positive result provides a permissions Welding Institute in Gliwice, ie .: the book welder and welder certification exam according to the requirements of European standard EN 287-1. Classes should be completed by November 20, 2015, together with exams. Course B - technologist of finishing works Minimum extensive training: General rules and fire safety in the workplace, Types and use of materials, tools, equipment and machinery, construction works using drywall, use of stucco, Installation of suspended ceilings, Methods and techniques of laying tiles and flooring, decoration works flooring, painting and decorative works, preparatory and finishing works, Performing works associated. This vocational course should be conducted in the field of theoretical and practical knowledge and it will be comprised of 100 h. Duration 1 course 100h / person: Theory - 16 h Practice - 84 h. The course will run for 5 people with Czluchów and surrounding areas. The contractor will carry out training according to the present schedule. The contractor will provide participants from accident insurance for the duration of the course. The contractor will arrange medical examinations required for a decision to no medical contraindications to participate in the training. The Contractor shall provide the necessary training materials and teaching. The Contractor shall provide Footwear and Workwear: ie. The shoes, pants, shirt, gloves. 622). Kusocińskiego 4 (ordering available free rooms for theoretical). The Employer will provide free rooms for practical classes. All the construction materials used during training must remain in place for the task. The Contractor agrees to leave the order in place, which will be held practical classes. Classes should be completed by 20 November 2015. Along with the exams. Task No. 2 Gdynia Course A - welder TIG 141 Minimum extensive training: Principles TIG welding, marking, and the use of additional materials and their production, heat treatment of welded joints, incompatibilities welding and inspection and testing of materials and welds, Principles of avoiding and removing imperfections, causes and effects of stress and strain welding Basic knowledge of electrical engineering, operation and maintenance of equipment and accessories welding Policy saving materials, energy and equipment, Reading drawings of simple weldments, Starting and using welding equipment, Psychological welding parameters, welding sheet metal fillet welds in various positions in accordance with their rights, quality assessment of welded joints, basic safety regulations and fire., to regulations, standards and guidelines related to the training, examinations and setting permissions welding, Providing first aid in an emergency. The course will run for 10 people from the Tri-City and surrounding areas. Course duration: 134 hours / person. This vocational course should be conducted in the field of theoretical knowledge and

Education and training services

Pomorska Wojewódzka Komenda Ochotniczych Hufców Pracy | Published October 3, 2015  -  Deadline October 13, 2015
cpvs
80000000, 80530000, 80500000

The contract is for organizing and conducting group vocational courses for young people aged 18-24, not attending and non-working beneficiaries Voluntary Labour Corps units. List of professional courses to achieve: Task No. 1 CHOJNICE A welder MAG 135: 10 persons B. technologist finishing works in construction 5 people Task No. 2 Gdynia A welder TIG 141: 10 persons B. electrician exam SEP 5 people Task No. 3 KOŚCIERZYNA A warehouseman. with computers and forklift 8 persons B. forklift operator 7 people Task No. 4 SŁUPSK A welder MAG 135: 10 persons B. tiler Tiler: 5 people Task No. 1 CHOJNICE Course A - welder MAG 135 Minimum Subject of training: The processes of welding and related bonding, Technical welding materials, primary and secondary, Fundamentals of electrical engineering, machinery and equipment for welding engineering and welding technology, engineering and welding technology, regulations, guidelines and standards for welding, safety and fire protection. at work, above a vocational course should be conducted in the field of theoretical and practical knowledge, where the division hours as follows: Duration 1 course 145H / person, theoretical - practical classes ,, 25h - 120h. The course will run for 10 people from Chojnice and surrounding areas. The contractor will carry out training according to the present schedule. The contractor will provide participants from accident insurance for the duration of the course. If not qualify a candidate for a course due to health problems that trains the company is obliged to cover the costs of research for the next participant. The Contractor shall provide the necessary training materials and teaching. The Contractor shall provide protective clothing. Theoretical and practical training should take place in Chojnice or within a radius of 10 km from Chojnice. 622) and external examination, the positive result provides a permissions Welding Institute in Gliwice, ie .: the book welder and welder certification exam according to the requirements of European standard EN 287-1. Classes should be completed by November 20, 2015, together with exams. Course B - technologist of finishing works Minimum extensive training: General rules and fire safety in the workplace, Types and use of materials, tools, equipment and machinery, construction works using drywall, use of stucco, Installation of suspended ceilings, Methods and techniques of laying tiles and flooring, decoration works flooring, painting and decorative works, preparatory and finishing works, Performing works associated. This vocational course should be conducted in the field of theoretical and practical knowledge and it will be comprised of 100 h. Duration 1 course 100h / person: Theory - 16 h Practice - 84 h. The course will run for 5 people with Czluchów and surrounding areas. The contractor will carry out training according to the present schedule. The contractor will provide participants from accident insurance for the duration of the course. The contractor will arrange medical examinations required for a decision to no medical contraindications to participate in the training. The Contractor shall provide the necessary training materials and teaching. The Contractor shall provide Footwear and Workwear: ie. The shoes, pants, shirt, gloves. 622). Kusocińskiego 4 (ordering available free rooms for theoretical). The Employer will provide free rooms for practical classes. All the construction materials used during training must remain in place for the task. The Contractor agrees to leave the order in place, which will be held practical classes. Classes should be completed by 20 November 2015. Along with the exams. Task No. 2 Gdynia Course A - welder TIG 141 Minimum extensive training: Principles TIG welding, marking, and the use of additional materials and their production, heat treatment of welded joints, incompatibilities welding and inspection and testing of materials and welds, Principles of avoiding and removing imperfections, causes and effects of stress and strain welding Basic knowledge of electrical engineering, operation and maintenance of equipment and accessories welding Policy saving materials, energy and equipment, Reading drawings of simple weldments, Starting and using welding equipment, Psychological welding parameters, welding sheet metal fillet welds in various positions in accordance with their rights, quality assessment of welded joints, basic safety regulations and fire., to regulations, standards and guidelines related to the training, examinations and setting permissions welding, Providing first aid in an emergency. The course will run for 10 people from the Tri-City and surrounding areas. Course duration: 134 hours / person. This vocational course should be conducted in the field of theoretical knowledge and