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Industrial or laboratory furnaces, incinerators and ovens

NTNU [The Norwegian University of Science and Technology] | Published November 22, 2016
cpvs
42300000, 42340000

Industrial or laboratory furnaces, incinerators and ovens

Industrial machinery

Norges Teknisk Naturvitenskapelige universitet (NTNU), Innkjøp | Published February 22, 2017
Winner
LaVision UK Ltd
cpvs
42000000, 51120000, 38636100

The Fluid Mechanics group at NTNU would like to expand their existing abilities for measuring flow and be able to catch a high speed, three dimensional velocity field and at the same time catch a high speed thermal release (scales) field of a reaction flow with a new LIF system for turbulence and turbulent incineration research and accuracy is therefore a priority.

The Fluid Mechanics group at NTNU would like to expand their existing abilities for measuring flow and be able to catch a high speed, three dimensional velocity field and at the same time catch a high speed thermal release (scales) field of a reaction flow with a new LIF system for turbulence and turbulent incineration research and accuracy is therefore a priority. See the attached tender documentation for further information.

Industrial machinery

NTNU | Published February 8, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
cpvs
42000000, 44000000, 51120000

The buyer has the intention of purchasing equipment for production of rapidly solidified metallic ribbons on the laboratory scale (5-10 g per run), using the melt spinning method.

The equipment should be capable of accurate process control, including melt temperature measurement, variable substrate velocity, melt ejection pressure and crucible-substrate distance. A high vacuum pumping system shall be included. Melt temperatures up to 1 700 centigrade shall be accessible while reachable cooling rates shall be in the range of 10^5 to 10^6 K/s. The machine should be capable of exchanging the substrate wheel for a static mold for injection casting of metals.

The contracting authority estimates that the equipment's lifetime will be approx. 10-15 years.

See the contracting authority's requirement specifications in annex 1_2_7 for further procurement requirements (see the annex).

The contracting authority intends to procure 1 machine as described in the tender documentation and the requirement specifications.

industrial robot

NTNU | Published June 21, 2016  -  Deadline August 1, 2016
cpvs
42997300, 42000000

Faculty of Architecture and Visual Arts wants to expand the capacity to research and teach automated processes in construction. As part of this ongoing commitment, we have decided to expand fleet with an industrial robot with a focus on machining of lightweight materials (wood, MDF, etc). In addition, the robotic arm is used to test the experimental processes.

Construction work for commercial buildings, warehouses and industrial buildings, buildings relating to transport

Kirkelig fellesråd i Trondheim | Published January 18, 2017
cpvs
45213000, 45000000

Operational and personnel building.

Construction of a new operations yard with the accompanying operational building. The project will be carried out as a joint contract with contract H1, outside work.

Rent office space in Trondheim for SIVA - The Industrial Development SF

SIVA - Selskapet for Industrivekst SF | Published March 15, 2017  -  Deadline April 17, 2017
cpvs
70220000

Area Needs Estimated ca. 900 m2 to 1.100 m2 office space for 45 to 50 people. The premises must have flexible solutions that can be used for a mix of individual offices and open solutions, meeting rooms of various sizes, silent, social zones etc. Extended area plan and specifications submitted with any request for quotation. Finally roomstructure and plan be further clarified in further dialogue with selected providers. Rent Start: 01.02.2019. Location Centrally located midtown. public transport and proximity to knowledge centers and other communities in research, development and innovation in the axis of "pier" to "sloop". Amenities • Modern, good standard • Canteen • Public meeting • Green profile with proximity to public transport and adapted for cyclists with bicycle parking and shower and changing facilities • Parking for visitors prospectus / presentation with photos, drawings, rents and other information about current office space that can offered SIVA fom 01.02.2019, forwarded by email - havard.stenberg@norion.no - within 17/04/2017

Industry specific software package

Norges Teknisk-naturvitenskapelige Universitet NTNU | Published October 19, 2017  -  Deadline November 13, 2017
cpvs
48100000, 48400000

NTNU, the Property Division shall procure a new IT system for project management with a main focus on finances. The system shall be used as the primary tool in relation to the financial management for the projects. The primary users are NTNU's project managers, as well as external consultants working as project managers, engineering design managers and construction managers, etc. The system shall provide overviews of i.a. budgets, contracts, expected and actual costs, alterations, quantity regulations, uncertainties, wage and price adjustments, as well as final prognosis, etc. The system must conduct follow-up for the annual and total figures, ensure good management for the individual projects and for all of NTNU Property Division's projects.

NTNU Property Division therefore needs to procure a new IT system for project management with a main focus on finances. The system shall be used as the primary tool in relation to the financial management for the projects. The primary users are NTNU's project managers, as well as external consultants working as project managers, engineering design managers and construction managers, etc. The system shall provide overviews of i.a. budgets, contracts, expected and actual costs, alterations, quantity regulations, uncertainties, wage and price adjustments, as well as final prognosis, etc. The system must conduct follow-up for the annual and total figures, ensure good management for the individual projects and for all of NTNU Property Division's projects.

Industry specific software package

AtB AS | Published October 29, 2016
cpvs
48100000, 30196000, 48300000

Route Scheduling System

NTNU Consulting Building Industry

NTNU | Published March 23, 2016
Winner
Eggen Arkitekter AS
cpvs
71242000, 71530000, 71400000, 71321000, 71320000, 71310000

counseling Services Building Industry

NTNU Consulting Building Industry

NTNU | Published October 2, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
cpvs
71242000, 71530000, 71400000, 71321000, 71320000, 71310000

Consultations in the building trade - engineering architecture - construction engineering design and consulting - design of electrical installations - public planning and infrastructure

Cameras

Norges Teknisk Naturvitenskapelige universitet (NTNU), Innkjøp | Published March 25, 2017
Winner
Telops France
cpvs
38651000

Materials (IPM) conducts teaching at bachelor, master and doctoral level in technological disciplines. State-of-the-art Teaching relies heavily on project-oriented problem-based learning where students analyse problems, propose solutions and modelling. The tasks are defined by industrial companies or research projects in areas of study at IPM. IPM conducts competitive research on both self-financed and externally financed basis. The equipment at IPM must therefore meet the most up to date demands. To keep up with this strategy, IPM expects the delivery of a high resolution infra-red camera to extend the existing and open new research programs in the area of fatigue and fracture of advanced materials by the use of in-situ techniques. The camera will be used in combination with other highly sensitive observation techniques during dynamic testing in a frequency range from 0.1 to 10 Hz.

High speed camera

NTNU (The Norwegian University of Science and Technology) | Published August 24, 2016  -  Deadline September 12, 2016
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The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), the Institute for Product Development and Materials (IPM), teaches in technological subjects both on lower degree levels, as well as on master and PhD levels. The existing teaching system is organised as project assignments and as problem based teaching where the students are analysing problems and propose solutions, as well as modelling. The assignments are defined by industrial establishments and through the Institute's research projects. IPM conducts competitive research projects financed through internal and external funding. The equipment at the Institute must therefore comply with current quality requirements. In order to maintain this strategy, IPM requests a high speed camera for the expansion of the existing research projects, as well as open the possibilities for new research programmes concerning deformation and ruptures in advanced materials by using in-situ engineering.

Study "With low-emission in sight: Drivers, barriers and risks for Norwegian industry"

Enova SF | Published April 8, 2017  -  Deadline May 4, 2017
cpvs
73220000

Norwegian Industries, hereinafter understood that the mainland industry and the petroleum industry (O & G), account for over half of Norway's greenhouse gas emissions and for significant portions of the power usage. Meanwhile, large parts of the sector well positioned opposite the green shift through its high level of expertise, access to renewable energy and stable policy frameworks. Under the heading "With low-emission in sight: Drivers, barriers and risks for Norwegian industry» Enova wants a thorough review of what will form the framework in which way the industry can and will act. The vision is for Norway to have a competitive and climate-neutral industry with the world's leading energy and climate technology. That Norwegian energy and climate technology takes Norway and the world to a low-emission. Low carbon society is here to understand in a 2050 perspective. Meanwhile, in 2030 the checkpoint on the road. Particular points following directions out: - Innovation and technology towards a low-emission - both for core processes and systems - Effective use of resources, including raw materials, energy, power and expertise of the Contractor must be able to demonstrate thorough industry knowledge, knowledge of various segments technological framework and knowledge of the industry's decision-making within the relevant areas. Good network in the industry and relevant organizations, communities and key suppliers is a prerequisite to provide a well grounded product. The work will be summarized in a written report, the Norwegian, covering method, input data, analysis and conclusions related to the individual topics and sectors. Basis be included in the delivery. The contract is estimated to have a volume of ca. 850 hours. For further information on contract scope and content, refer to the specification in the tender Part 2, Appendix 1.

Surveys of consumer markets in the cleaning industry

Direktoratet for arbeidstilsynet | Published April 5, 2016  -  Deadline April 29, 2016
cpvs
73210000, 73000000, 73200000, 79000000, 79300000, 79900000

The Labour Inspection Authority including the audit of cleaning market in Norway. It has previously conducted surveys of conditions in the cleaning industry. However, there is little knowledge and research on the part of the cleaning market that takes place in private homes. This is both because the work takes place in the private sphere and that it is often performed black - making it less available for research than other parts of the labor market.

We therefore want to ascertain the consumer in the cleaning industry through this mission.

Surveys of consumer markets in the cleaning industry

Direktoratet for arbeidstilsynet | Published March 11, 2016  -  Deadline April 11, 2016
cpvs
73210000, 73000000, 73200000, 79000000, 79300000, 79900000

The Labour Inspection Authority including the audit of cleaning market in Norway. It has previously conducted surveys of conditions in the cleaning industry. However, there is little knowledge and research on the part of the cleaning market that takes place in private homes. This is both because the work takes place in the private sphere and that it is often performed black - making it less available for research than other parts of the labor market.

We therefore want to ascertain the consumer in the cleaning industry through this mission.

Study of E10 as the industry standard for gasoline

Miljødirektoratet | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
cpvs
90711000

Environment Agency shall, on behalf of the Climate and Environment Ministry study how to introduce E10 as the industry standard for petrol in Norway, the consequences this will have and what any costs this would entail. We therefore need to identify the potential and barriers that are associated with the introduction of such a standard, what parties were involved, and what the total costs will be.

Underlying to investigate producer responsibility for the fishery and aquaculture industry

Miljødirektoratet | Published May 11, 2017  -  Deadline June 7, 2017
cpvs
90700000

The report will provide a good compilation of existing knowledge of producers, importers and goods streams of fish, fish and recreational fishing equipment, as well as developments and challenges in the area. The report shall provide an overview of: - domestic manufacturers and equipment importers, - Norwegian manufacturers exporting a large amount of equipment, - foreign producers, mainly suppliers of equipment to Norway, - quantities of equipment sold, a description of how this has changed over time and How it can look about 15 and 30 years - material usage in the equipment, a description of how this has changed over time and how material usage may look in 15 and 30 years - current and future scope of equipment reuse and repair solutions - current And future downstream solutions for scrapped equipment, broken down by different types of equipment and waste amount per year. Particular emphasis will be placed on the potential for increased material recycling. - an assessment of the current and potential environmental impacts caused by the equipment and a description of how this has changed over time, and it may be possible to look in 15 and 30 years - how large amounts and what types of equipment will be offset and where it may be - An assessment of which equipment is problematic to recycle and / or pose a greater environmental hazard. The report will explain all of the above points for: o Equipment from the fishing industry o Equipment from the aquaculture industry o Recreational fishing equipment

Work clothes - Protective equipment

Direktoratet for arbeidstilsynet | Published October 14, 2016
Winner
TOOLS AS
cpvs
18100000, 18110000, 18140000

Buyer wishes through this competition to enter into an agreement with one supplier for the supply of workwear and personal protective equipment (PPE). The authority's primary needs at this procurement apply the workwear and protective clothing that inspectors should wear when carrying out supervision on various jobs. This applies in particular for inspection at workplaces that require special equipment, such as construction sites (including, inter alia Tunnels), all types of industrial, forestry, agriculture, etc.

Work clothes - Protective equipment

Direktoratet for arbeidstilsynet | Published April 13, 2016  -  Deadline May 27, 2016
cpvs
18100000, 18110000, 18140000

Buyer wishes through this competition to enter into an agreement with one supplier for the supply of workwear and personal protective equipment (PPE). The authority's primary needs at this procurement apply the workwear and protective clothing that inspectors should wear when carrying out supervision on various jobs. This applies in particular for inspection at workplaces that require special equipment, such as construction sites (including, inter alia Tunnels), all types of industrial, forestry, agriculture, etc.

Workwear Protective Equipment

Direktoratet for arbeidstilsynet | Published January 7, 2016  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
cpvs
18000000, 18100000, 18110000, 18140000

Buyer wishes through this competition to conclude a framework agreement with one supplier for the supply of workwear and personal protective equipment (PPE). Funders primary need at this procurement applies workwear and protective clothing as inspectors to wear when carrying out audits at different workplaces. This applies in particular for inspection at workplaces that require special equipment, such as construction sites (including, without limitation Tunnels), all types of industrial, forestry, agriculture, etc.