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Industrial robots

TWI Ltd | Published August 6, 2016
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42997300

Industrial robots

SOJ-ENV-RFQ Development, project management and piloting of an energy efficiency programme for the industrial and commercial sector in Jersey

States of Jersey | Published December 16, 2014  -  Deadline January 12, 2015
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83101900, 83101901, 83101902, 86101602

The States of Jersey is is seeking to appoint a contractor to provide support for the further development and project management of an energy efficiency pilot programme for the industrial and commercial sector in Jersey. The contractor will provide day to day support with frequent face to face contact with the local commercial and industrial sector.

The skills required are the project management and implementation of the outline programme that has been developed during phase 1 research and development undertaken within the Department of the Environment; building on the links already made with key stakeholders.

The project is to be completed by the end of 2015, with an option to extend depending on outcomes of the pilot programme.

 

Supply of Office and Meeting Room Furniture.

TWI Ltd | Published March 3, 2015
Winner
Flexiform Ltd
cpvs
39130000, 39000000, 39100000, 39153000

The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The centre will focus on academic research and teaching at post graduate level in the field of structural integrity and is targeted at providing the next generation of qualified staff to support safe specification, development, operation and management of process equipment and infrastructure across all major industry sectors. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of December 2014 at the latest. A key driver for this initiative is the growth of the TWI business through new building development and university placements that will be available early 2015. The existing telephony systems and associated network infrastructure within the TWI Granta Park site is aging and expansion into the new facilities will become problematic if not strengthened to provide a more robust system overall. There will be three new large buildings at Granta Park. These buildings are in addition to two large buildings currently in place, plus other smaller areas of office space that will be redeployed. These buildings will provide for a mix of operational needs, including office, university, research, training, conference, hospitality and industrial services.

Audio-visual equipment

TWI Ltd | Published January 7, 2015
Winner
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32321200

The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of December 2014 at the latest. There will be 3 new large buildings at Granta Park. These buildings are in addition to 2 large buildings currently in place, plus other smaller areas of office space that will be redeployed. These buildings will provide for a mix of operational needs, including office, university, research, training, conference, hospitality and industrial services. TWI Ltd staff levels are currently around 850 globally, with 45-50 % of these located within the UK. Future growth anticipates staff numbers exceeding 1000 by 2018. It is necessary that the new buildings are fitted-out with robust and resilient audio and video equipment, being ready for use by December 2014 at the very latest. The result of the tender will be the delivery, installation and configuration of the AV equipment and on-going support. All communication regarding this tender should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

Supply of audio and video equipment.

TWI Ltd | Published January 7, 2015
Winner
Reflex
cpvs
32321200

The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of December 2014 at the latest. There will be 3 new large buildings at Granta Park. These buildings are in addition to 2 large buildings currently in place, plus other smaller areas of office space that will be redeployed. These buildings will provide for a mix of operational needs, including office, university, research, training, conference, hospitality and industrial services. TWI Ltd staff levels are currently around 850 globally, with 45-50 % of these located within the UK. Future growth anticipates staff numbers exceeding 1000 by 2018. It is necessary that the new buildings are fitted-out with robust and resilient audio and video equipment, being ready for use by December 2014 at the very latest. The result of the tender will be the delivery, installation and configuration of the AV equipment and on-going support. All communication regarding this tender should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

UCAM 055/15 Provision of fast Field Cycling NMR Relaxometer.

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of The University of Cambridge | Published June 17, 2015  -  Deadline July 3, 2015
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38000000

The Magnetic Resonance Research Centre (MRRC), in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (CEB) at the University of Cambridge, is an international centre of expertise in the application of magnetic resonance techniques to academic and industrial research in the field of chemical engineering. 2. Scope of Requirements: 2.1 the MRRC requires a Fast Field Cycling NMR relaxometer, which has been more fully described in Sections 3 and 4 of this tender; 2.2 this piece of laboratory equipment is to be used for research; 3 equipment demonstrations: 3.1 it is the University’s intention to complete the tender evaluation in such time that the contract for this equipment could be awarded within 4 weeks of the tender closing date. Please note that companies invited to tender may be required to provide access to demonstrations of their proposed systems at appropriate premises.

IT Network Infrastructure and Telephony.

TWI Ltd | Published October 30, 2014
Winner
Mason IT
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32424000, 51340000, 72222300

The result of the tender will be the delivery, installation and configuration of the infrastructure (network, firewalls, switches and routers), telephone infrastructure (telephone system, telephone handsets), unified communications (proposed) and on-going support. The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led, joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of February 2015 at the latest. All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

130 Cowley Road Office Conversion

Cambridgeshire District Councils | Published September 22, 2017  -  Deadline October 16, 2017
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45000000

Converting an industrial warehouse into office space and stores facility. Work includes creating new welfare facilities, new internal offices and meeting rooms, installation of new windows, heating and ventilation, electrical services, lighting and data services, and drainage works.

SLM Equipment.

TWI Ltd | Published December 26, 2015  -  Deadline February 7, 2016
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42000000

This specification will outline our requirements for a Research and Development, and production capable SLM machine. The SLM machine will be used to manufacture parts to be used within a variety of industries, such as medical and aerospace. Parts will be manufactured from both commercially available and developmental powders and therefore, system flexibility and operator access for process parameter development is a key requirement. In-line monitoring and control of the melt pool is also required. TWI is one of the world's foremost independent research and technology organisations, with expertise in solving problems in all aspects of manufacturing, fabrication and whole-life integrity management technologies. Established in Cambridge, UK in 1946 and with facilities across the globe, the company has a first class reputation for service through its teams of internationally respected consultants, scientists, engineers and support staffs, whose knowledge and expertise are available to its Industrial Members as and when they require. The initiative is funded by AMSCI to assist in developing and commissioning a unique, large-scale UK capability to supply clean powders suitable for Additive Manufacturing across a range of compositions to ensure reliable machine builds and component performance and to purchase equipment to be used in the facility. All equipment must be accepted on the TWI Sheffield by 30.11.2018 at the latest. Please ensure that an annotated copy of the specification stating compliance or non compliance against each point is included in your tender response.

Micro Laser Welding System.

Brunel University | Published March 6, 2015
Winner
IPG Photonics Corporation
cpvs
42662000, 38636110, 44315100, 38636100

NSIRC has a need for a micro laser welding system capable of welding metallic components/assemblies of thin-section (typically less than 0.5 mm penetration depth), of low heat capacity, of high surface reflectivity, and with high precision. The micro laser-welding system should be a stand-alone turnkey system and shall comprise: — Solid-State Laser Source and Beam Transmission; — Fixed Optic Process Head; — Manipulation System; — Processing Enclosure; — Control System and Software. It should be noted that the estimated budget figure for purchasing the proposed equipment is a maximum of 200 000 GBP. The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially-led, joint initiative between TWI and lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding for equipment for NSIRC is being provided by HEFCE and is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. The equipment will be purchased by Brunel University but the procurement process is being undertaken by TWI on Brunel Universitys behalf. Any communication regarding this tender should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

4 off 100 kN Servo-Hydraulic Universal Test Machine.

Brunel University | Published March 6, 2015
Winner
Instron — Division of ITW Ltd
cpvs
38542000

This specification is for 4 off, two column servo-hydraulic test machines of 100 kN capacity, capable of operating in tension and compression. They are to be installed on substations already connected to an existing hydraulic ring-main in the NSIRC laboratories near Cambridge, UK. 2 of these machines require a secondary load cell of 50 kN. The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led, joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding for equipment for NSIRC is being provided by HEFCE and is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of February 2015 at the latest. The equipment will be purchased by Brunel University but the procurement process is being undertaken by TWI on Brunel University's behalf. All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

High Strain Rate Testing Equipment.

Brunel University | Published March 6, 2015
Winner
Instron — Division of ITW Ltd
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38540000, 42990000, 42000000

NSIRC currently requires a High Strain Rate testing machine for a wide range of high strain rate and high-speed test requirements (tensile, compression or impact applications). This machine is for studying strain-rate dependant effects on metals, polymers or composites and can ideally be also used for ballistics research. The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially-led, joint initiative between TWI and lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding for equipment for NSIRC is being provided by HEFCE and is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. The equipment will be purchased by Brunel University but the procurement process is being undertaken by TWI on Brunel University's behalf. Any communication regarding this tender should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

Specialist and Loose Furniture.

TWI Ltd | Published February 24, 2015
Winner
The Senator Group
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39000000, 39151000, 39100000, 39130000, 39156000, 39150000

The works include assistance with furniture selection for a range of specialist and loose furniture Furniture included in the scope of the contract is as follows: — Loose furniture and tables for the Reception area; — High backed sofas and tables for The Street; — Loose furniture for the Library front of house; — Loose seating, chairs and tables for the Cafe; — Dining Hall tables and chairs x 250; — Lecture Hall stackable seating x 200; — Conference seating and folding tables. The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led, joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding for equipment for NSIRC is being provided by HEFCE and is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of February 2015 at the latest. The equipment will be purchased by Brunel University but the procurement process is being undertaken by TWI on Brunel University's behalf. All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

High pressure hydrogen diffusion and permeation measurement equipment — 500 bara.

Brunel University | Published October 18, 2014  -  Deadline November 24, 2014
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42900000, 38900000

TWI has a requirement for electrochemical equipment for measurement of hydrogen diffusion and permeation in metal alloys, exposed to gaseous and liquid media containing hydrogen sulphide (H2S) over a range of temperatures and pressures up to 500 bara. The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led, joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding for equipment for NSIRC is being provided by HEFCE and is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of February 2015 at the latest. The equipment will be purchased by Brunel University but the procurement process is being undertaken by TWI on Brunel University's behalf. All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

High pressure hydrogen diffusion and permeation measurement equipment — 500 bara.

Brunel University | Published October 18, 2014  -  Deadline December 1, 2014
cpvs
42900000, 38900000

TWI has a requirement for electrochemical equipment for measurement of hydrogen diffusion and permeation in metal alloys, exposed to gaseous and liquid media containing hydrogen sulphide (H2S) over a range of temperatures and pressures up to 500 bara. The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led, joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding for equipment for NSIRC is being provided by HEFCE and is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of February 2015 at the latest. The equipment will be purchased by Brunel University but the procurement process is being undertaken by TWI on Brunel University's behalf. All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

4 off 100kN Servo-hydraulic Universal Test Machines.

Brunel University | Published October 16, 2014
Winner
Instron — Division of ITW LtdCoronation Road, BucksHigh Wycombe HP12 3SY
cpvs
38542000

This specification is for 4 off, two column servo-hydraulic test machines of 100kN capacity, capable of operating in tension and compression. They are to be installed on substations already connected to an existing hydraulic ring-main in the NSIRC laboratories near Cambridge, UK. Two of these machines require a secondary load cell of 50kN. The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led, joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding for equipment for NSIRC is being provided by HEFCE and is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of February 2015 at the latest. The equipment will be purchased by Brunel University but the procurement process is being undertaken by TWI on Brunel University's behalf. All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

750 Joule Frame Impact Tester fitted with a 450 Joule Striker.

Brunel University | Published October 16, 2014
Winner
Zwick Testing Machines LtdSouthern Avenue, HerefordshireLeominster HR6 0QH
cpvs
38540000, 42000000

NSIRC currently has a requirement for a 750 Joule Impact Testing machine fitted with a 450 Joule striker for routine general testing of metals and other materials. The machine will be required to have the ability to be upgraded at a later stage to a maximum of 750 Joules. The machine has to have the capability to condition test pieces in the range -180c to +300c and carry out the test with instrumented results. The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding for equipment for NSIRC is being provided by HEFCE and is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of February 2015 at the latest. The equipment will be purchased by Brunel University but the procurement process is being undertaken by TWI on Brunel University's behalf. All correspondence regarding this tender should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

Non-Contact Ultrasonic Vibration Measurement Equipment.

Brunel University | Published October 16, 2014
Winner
Polytec LtdLamda House, Batford MillHarpenden AL5 5BZ
cpvs
38434400, 42900000, 38900000

High-tech equipment for measuring vibration and vibrational waves are very important when pushing research into structural integrity further. There are two main areas where experimental research like this is applied: firstly for studying the vibration mechanisms that lead to a loss of structural integrity (such as fatigue), and secondly for studying and developing new technology for detecting the developing of structural damage (such as acoustic emission and ultrasonic testing). New equipment is required to enable the three dimensional measurement of vibrations and vibrational waves in structures of arbitrary shape and size. The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led, joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding for equipment for NSIRC is being provided by HEFCE and is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of February 2015 at the latest. The equipment will be purchased by Brunel University but the procurement process is being undertaken by TWI on Brunel University's behalf. All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

Hydrogen Diffusion and Permeation Measurement Equipment.

Brunel University | Published October 11, 2014  -  Deadline November 17, 2014
cpvs
42990000, 38900000

TWI has a requirement for electrochemical equipment for measurement of hydrogen diffusion and permeation in metal alloys, exposed to gaseous and liquid media containing hydrogen sulphide (H2S) over a range of temperatures and pressure. The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led, joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding for equipment for NSIRC is being provided by HEFCE and is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of February 2015 at the latest. The equipment will be purchased by Brunel University but the procurement process is being undertaken by TWI on Brunel University's behalf. All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.

Autoclave for Mechanical Testing in Sour Environments.

Brunel University | Published November 26, 2014
Winner
KW Designed Solutions Ltd
cpvs
33191110

TWI has a requirement for a new high-temperature autoclave and rig for uniaxial tensile (UT) and slow strain rate (SSR) testing for the purpose of conducting mechanical testing of metallic specimens in aggressive environments. The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is a new industrially led, joint initiative between TWI, lead academic partner Brunel University, alongside the University of Manchester, the University of Cambridge and a number of leading industrial partners. The initiative is funded by industry and by grants from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) and Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). Funding for equipment for NSIRC is being provided by HEFCE and is available in the period up to 31.3.2015 to assist in establishing a new facility at the TWI site in Abington, Cambridge and to purchase equipment to be used in the centre. All equipment must be accepted on the Abington site by the end of February 2015 at the latest. The equipment will be purchased by Brunel University but the procurement process is being undertaken by TWI on Brunel Universitys behalf. All correspondence regarding this tender procedure should be made through the TWI Ltd In-Tend system via the correspondence functionality.