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Refurbishment, remodelling and alteration of Denby Industrial and Sofa Works Buildings, Chandos Pole Street, Derby

University of Derby | Published July 8, 2015  -  Deadline July 30, 2015
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You are invited to submit a fixed price, lump sum tender for the refurbishment, remodelling and alteration of Denby Industrial and Sofa Works Buildings, situated at Chanos Pole Street, Derby. The project will be let as a design & build contract, and the works will be undertaken under the JCT Design and Build Contract (2011 Edition). A separate Planning Application will be submitted, by the University of Derby, to cover the works and the successful bidder will be required to address any issues and conditions raised through this application as part of the works.

Industrial Unit Roller Shutter Doors Annual Service / Maintenance / Repair / Replacement

NOE-CPC | Published November 25, 2015  -  Deadline December 18, 2015
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44221200

North East Derbyshire District Council (NEDDC) is seeking to procure a specialist Contractor to carry out service and maintenance of roller shutter doors installed at various sites within its district. In addition, as part of NEDDC’s continuing programme of investment in its operational assets the tender should include a comprehensive report detailing any repairs, modifications or replacements required to ensure doors are safe, serviceable, fit for purpose and meet the requirements of regulation 18 of the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992, Approved Document K (England and Wales) and BS-EN 12453:2001 (where applicable

Unit 5 Trojan Centre –Rebuilding following fire

Welland Procurement Unit | Published September 8, 2015  -  Deadline October 7, 2015
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Borough Council Wellingborough invited tenders from suitably qualified bidders for the re-building of the named industrial unit following a fire.

Provision of Minor Wiorks

Huntingdonshire District Council | Published January 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 22, 2016
Winner
Breheny
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45200000

The Council operates a wide number of sites that from time to time require maintenance, replacement and new works. These include: car parks - servicing and lighting; parks and open spaces - played equipment; awarded watercourse and village drains; estates - a large number of light industrial properties and associated car parking and access roads; and closed cemeteries. The contract also allows for town and parish councils to award work under this contract (subject to the agreement of the contractor).

Mansfield District Council MDCT15-0221 Motor Vehicle, Material Damage and Engineering Insurance

Bassetlaw District Council | Published November 29, 2015  -  Deadline January 4, 2016
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66515000

The Council requires a provider(s) of Motor Vehicle, Material Damage and Engineering Inspection Insurance. The Tender Specification has been split into four Lots – Property Combined; Industrial and Commerical Properties ; Motor Vehicle; and Engineering and Inspection. Tenderers may bid for all or some of the Lots.There are possible renewals of between 3 and 5 years. Full details can be found in the tender specification. This is a competitive procurement conducted in accordance with the Competitive Procedure with Negotiation under the EC Consolidated Public Procurement Directive, as implemented by the UK Public Contracts Regulations 2015. OJEU Ref: 2015/S 416847

CPB110 - Supply of Landscape Machinery

Derbyshire County Council | Published July 29, 2015  -  Deadline August 21, 2015
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The tender is to supply a range of landscape machinery to meet the requirements of the Corporate Property Department Landscape Operatives. The successful contractor/s will be expected to provide delivery of the machinery and any after sales support as and when required. Delivery Address Meadow Lane Workshops Salcombe Road Meadow Lane Industrial Estate Alfreton Derbyshire DE55 7EZ Ambergate Workshops Ripley Road Ambergate Belper Derbyshire DE56 2ER Tenderers are required to download and complete the attached tender documentation and submit along with all the requested information including their price schedule.

CTP 768 Provision of Specialist Financial Services - Derbyshire Development Company

Derbyshire County Council | Published February 2, 2016  -  Deadline February 22, 2016
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By 2018, Derbyshire County Council (?Council?) will be getting a third less money from Central Government to run its services, compared to 2013 , with more cuts to follow up to 2020 and possibly beyond. The Council is seeking to utilise its considerable land assets, to generate a revenue income stream through the establishment of a Derbyshire County Council Development Company, acting within the limitations of the general power of competence (Localism Act 2011). This is to mitigate the effects of funding cuts and to support the delivery of key services. The company would be operated and governed as an arm?s length vehicle and develop surplus council property and land assets, for housing for sale or rent, extra care housing, or for commercial and industrial development. The Council is seeking to structure the company, to allow it to have the flexibility to work in formal partnership, with other public bodies, the private sector and housing providers including Registered Social Landlords (RSLs).

Community Diabetes MDT Service in Northamptonshire

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published January 27, 2016
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Nene and Corby Clinical Commissioning Groups are seeking to procure a Community Diabetes Multidisciplinary Team Service in Northamptonshire. The aim of the community diabetes MDT service is to deliver a best practice care model linking with both primary and secondary care that provides the best possible outcomes for patients. This will be achieved through the early identification of diabetes, provision of education and specialist care for patients outside an acute setting, in order to avoid complications and reduce avoidable hospital admissions and attendances, whilst supporting patients to effectively self-manage their condition in the community. The Commissioners would like to invite potential providers to a market place event to be held at Francis Crick House, Summerhouse Road, Moulton Park industrial Estate, Northampton, NN3 6BJ on Wednesday 17th February 2016 at 11.00am. Places are limited to two representatives per organisation. Please can you confirm your attendance to Stephen.Ivuerah@ardengemcsu.nhs.uk by no later than Monday 15th February 2016.

Supply of a Hydrogen Generator

HEALTH & SAFETY EXECUTIVE | Published November 9, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
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42980000

The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is Britain's leading industrial health and safety facility. Operating as an agency of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), HSL supports HSE’s mission to protect people's health and safety by ensuring risks in the changing workplace are properly controlled. The Health & Safety Laboratory are inviting tenders for the supply of a Hydrogen Generator suitable for gas chromatographic (GC) applications. Hydrogen generators are used at HSL to eliminate hydrogen gas lines and cylinders and supply high purity hydrogen to GC equipment as both carrier gas and for flame ionization detectors (FIDs). They are also used to supply hydrogen to standalone FIDs. Existing hydrogen generators are used to supply up to four GC instruments. For the purposes of this invitation to tender it is necessary for HSL to be open and fair to possible sources that believe they can meet these requirements and may submit a tender.

Supply of a Spark Generator for Production of Nano Particles

HEALTH & SAFETY EXECUTIVE | Published February 23, 2016  -  Deadline March 17, 2016
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38430000

The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is Britain's leading industrial health and safety facility. HSL supports HSE’s mission to protect people's health and safety by ensuring risks in the changing workplace are properly controlled. BACKGROUND TO THE PROJECT For the calibration/validation of air sampling methods, sampler devices, sensors and the production of laboratory proficiency test samples, HSL requires the ability to produce stable standard particle atmospheres. OBJECTIVES Production of stable standard particle atmospheres with outputs of constant size and concentration. SPECIFICATION REQUIRED The requirements are for:- • Capability to produce carbonaceous nanoparticles in the range 20 nm – 200 nm based upon a spark discharge process with the ability to produce other metallic nanoparticles. • Mass flow of up to 10 mg/hour • Ability to produce nanoparticle output for at least 5 hours stable • Volume dilution output from generator (vendor to describe available options) ideally through use of mass flow controllers for precise dilution control Installation, Commissioning and Training. Tender to include itemised delivery, installation, and commissioning costs for the HSL Buxton site and provision of on-site training of 3-4 staff in the use of the new system. Warranty. Customary warranty or extended warranty to be offered. HSL would like to a achieve 24 month warranty period as standard for the instrument. Other Services: We would also like to look at preventative maintenance and calibration services

Refurbishment of Building 114

HEALTH & SAFETY EXECUTIVE | Published March 1, 2016  -  Deadline March 22, 2016
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45453000

The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL), which is Britain's leading industrial health and safety facility and supports HSE’s mission to protect people's health and safety by ensuring risks in the changing workplace are properly controlled are inviting tenders for the refurbishment of Building 114 on its Buxton site. The building work involves the provision of a covered escape staircase and associated works including first floor alterations. The building work also includes a major refurbishment of the existing building to provide more appropriate facilities for the laboratory. The electrical work involves an upgrade to the electrical supplies within the building , as well as the entire building rewire. The mechanical work includes an upgrade of the ventilation within the laboratories and other facilities. Tenderers are encouraged to visit the site and ascertain the full extent and character of the work before submitting their Tender. Claims for additional payments arising from lack of local knowledge of conditions will not be met. Period for Site Visits: Tuesday 1st March 2016 to Friday 18th March 2016 Arrangements for visiting the site should be made with: Mr Paul Briston (01298 218901) OR Mr Nick Green (01298 218632) Timetable Tender Issue: Tuesday 1st March 2016 Period for Site Visits: Tuesday 1st March to Friday 18th March 2016 Sch G Health & Safety Return by: 17.00 on Friday 11th March 2016 Tender Return by: 12.00 noon on Tuesday 22nd March 2016 Tender Evaluation by: Monday 11th April 2016 * Contract Award (indicative date): w/c Monday 25th April 2016 NB: * Contract Award (indicative date): There will be a requirement to obtain Ministerial approval before the award for this Contract can be made. The preferred Contractor will be advised that approval has been sought with the Minister to award the Contract. It is estimated that this may take up to 10 working days. Contracts finder values - £200k to £250k (these are indicative for the purposes of publishing the opportunity on Contracts Finder)

Approved Pressure Systems Competent Person to HSL

HEALTH & SAFETY EXECUTIVE | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline March 1, 2016
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71356000

The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is Britain's leading industrial & occupational health and safety research facility. As a Directorate of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), HSL supports HSE’s mission to protect the health and safety of the national workforce by ensuring risks in the workplace are adequately controlled. The Health & Safety Laboratory (HSL) is seeking to appoint an Approved Competent Person as defined in the Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 (PSSR) and the supporting HSE/HSC Approved Code of Practice “Safety of Pressure Systems” L122, for a period of 3 years with an option to renew for a further 2 years. The purpose of the role is to undertake the role of Competent Person as defined in PSSR 2000, for HSL’s operational pressure equipment portfolio , including: • advising on the scope of Written Schemes of Examination in accordance with the requirements of Regulation 8, PSSR 2000; • drawing up Written Schemes of Examination in accordance with the requirements of Regulation 2, PSSR 2000; • carrying out examinations under the Written Schemes of Examination in accordance with Regulation 9, PSSR 2000; • maintain records in accordance with Regulation 14, PSSR 2000; • advising HSL’s pressure systems manager on maintenance requirements of pressure systems to ensure Regulatory compliance; • to provide ad-hoc support to HSL’s Pressure Systems Manager in the application of HSL’s prevailing pressure systems operating procedure, HS-OP-12 It is a prerequisite for appointment that the Competent Person be able to demonstrate that they meet the “Attributes of competent persons” as described in Regulation 8, paragraphs 97-99 inclusive. UKAS accreditation to the British, European and international standard BS EN ISO/IEC 17020: 2004, and SAFed membership is also an essential requirement

Hydrogen Generator System

HEALTH & SAFETY EXECUTIVE | Published December 30, 2015  -  Deadline January 26, 2016
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42980000

The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is Britain's leading industrial health and safety facility. Operating as the Science Directorate of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), HSL supports HSE’s mission to protect people's health and safety by ensuring risks in the changing workplace are properly controlled. Hydrogen generators are used at HSL to eliminate hydrogen gas lines and cylinders and supply high purity hydrogen to test equipment. For the purposes of this invitation to tender it is necessary for HSL to be open and fair to possible sources that believe they can meet these requirements and may submit a tender. The Health & Safety Laboratory is inviting tenders for the supply of Hydrogen Generator(s) suitable for providing hydrogen to up to three hydrogen flame photometers. Each photometer can run for up to 10 hours a day, and requires a flow of 400 to 600 millilitres per minute of hydrogen at a pressure of 1 bar. Depending on the work required, the photometer can be out of use for several months at a time; during this time, the hydrogen generators will be switched off. At start of new work, the generators will be switched back on. Previous experience of running our flame photometers using hydrogen generators of an earlier design was unsuccessful, as the necessary stop/start operation caused the generators to fail. This will need to be avoided. A supply of deionised water is available, but it will not be possible to pipe this to the hydrogen generators; they will need to be topped up by hand. The reservoir must be of sufficient size to run the hydrogen generators for at least 5 hours under the use described above.

Hazardous Areas Approved Electrical Contractors

HEALTH & SAFETY EXECUTIVE | Published January 22, 2016  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
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45310000

The Health & Safety Laboratory is seeking to identify Hazardous Areas Approved Electrical Contractors which are able to carry out electrical works in one of it’s building on the Buxton site. Background The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is a Crown non-departmental public body with specific statutory functions in relation to health and safety. It is appointed by the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions and employs around 3500 staff including policy advisers, inspectors, technologists and scientific and medical advisers. HSE’s job is to prevent people being killed, injured or made ill by work. HSE comprises various directorates and groups and is led by a senior management team. The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is part of HSE. HSE works from over 30 locations throughout Great Britain. Health & Safety Laboratory The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is Britain's leading industrial health and safety facility. HSL supports HSE’s mission to protect people's health and safety by ensuring risks in the changing workplace are properly controlled. Key Criteria • The electrical installations to the Building shall be carried out only by contractors who are registered as Hazardous Areas Approved Contractors by the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NICEIC) or are members of the Electrical Contractors Association at an appropriate level for the type of installation being undertaken. • All electrical operatives carrying out installation works are to be trained and qualified appropriate to the level and type of work they are undertaking. Specification Before a detailed specification for this work can be released, a non-disclosure agreement must be put in place between prospective suppliers and the Health & Safety Laboratory. A non-disclosure agreement will be released on request to those suppliers with the evidence satisfaction of the key criteria. Expressions of interest must include full contact details and confirm that all relevant licences and accreditation is held. Responses shall be sent to purchasing@hsl.gsi.gov.uk in a word document and not to exceed two sides of A4 by 4pm 5 February 2016, quoting T29 15/16 Expression of Interest in the subject Line.

Supply of Permeation Diffusion Gas Standard Generator

HEALTH & SAFETY EXECUTIVE | Published February 23, 2016  -  Deadline March 16, 2016
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42980000

The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is Britain's leading industrial health and safety facility. HSL supports HSE’s mission to protect people's health and safety by ensuring risks in the changing workplace are properly controlled. BACKGROUND TO THE PROJECT For the calibration/validation of air sampling methods, sample devices, sensors and the production of laboratory proficiency test samples, HSL requires the ability to produce stable standard gas atmospheres for a range of inorganic and organic gases. OBJECTIVES HSL produces such stable standard gas atmospheres based upon procedures codified in the ISO 6145 series of standards. SPECIFICATION REQUIRED The requirements are for:- o System based on diffusion/permeation process for the generation of gas standards as codified in ISO 6145 part 8 and 10 o Thermostatic oven covering the range of at least 30 to 100 ° C Vendor to supply temperature set point resolution, stability and ranges and details of temperature calibration protocol) o Vertical oven orientation allowing the use of diffusion cells (Vendor to supply internal oven chamber dimensions, flow path construction materials and details/sizes of inlet and outlet gas connectors) o 1 x Mass Flow Controller carrier delivery or other metered flow system (Vendor to supply details of mass flow ranges available and accuracy) o Desirable – Humidity control module to produce a relative humidity range of 20 – 90 % (Vendor to supply details of achievable range, stability and set point resolution) o Desirable – RS-485 communications module for optional remote PC control via HSL software written in Labview, source code to be supplied. o Desirable – Modular system – e.g. extra chambers for multicomponent gas generation, dilution modules for secondary dilution Installation: Commissioning and Training. Tender to include itemised delivery, installation, and commissioning costs for the HSL Buxton site and provision of on-site training of 3-4 staff in the use of the new system. Warranty: Customary warranty or extended warranty to be offered. HSL would like to a achieve 24 month warranty period as standard for the instrument. Other Services: We would also like to look at preventative maintenance and calibration services

Provision of Northamptonshire Orthotics and Lycra service

NHS ARDEN AND GREATER EAST MIDLANDS COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT | Published July 8, 2015
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Nene and Corby Clinical Commissioning Groups are seeking to procure a Countywide Orthotic and Lycra Service. The aim of the service is to facilitate the treatment and rehabilitation of patients through assessing the need and provision of an orthosis to aid comfort, improve function, prevent, correct or protect deformity, relieve discomfort and pain. The service will promote healing and facilitate a service user’s discharge from their medical or surgical service as appropriate. The service includes assessment and reassessment, provision (production and fitting) and the review, repair and maintenance of orthoses. The service provision should be explicitly linked to the strategic aims of accident prevention and independence. Good quality footwear supports independence in the community and helps to prevent accidents. The CCGs are looking for a service which will identify areas for improvement through innovation, to help design a seamless and integrated service to deliver good outcomes to the patients of Northamptonshire. The Commissioners would like to invite potential providers to a market place event to be held at Francis Crick House, Summerhouse Road, Moulton Park industrial Estate, Northampton, NN3 6BJ on Wednesday 15th July 2015 at 2.00pm. Places are limited to two representatives per organisation. Please can you confirm your attendance to Rosalind.Carter@ardengemcsu.nhs.uk. Documentation will be available from 13th July 2015. Closing date for submission of completed PQQs is 19th August 2015. Correspondence will only be dealt with through the Bravo website. Neither the commissioners nor potential providers will be obligated to further commitment as a result of initial expressions of interest. To register on the portal: »From the portal Home Page, click the ‘Click Here to Register’ link »Accept the terms & conditions for using the portal »Complete your organisation & personal details »Choose a memorable username and submit »You will shortly be sent an email with your unique password, please treat this securely (if you lose it there is a ‘Forgot my Password’ link on the portal homepage) The services to which this advertisement relates fall within Part B Schedule 3 of the Public Contract Regulations. Neither placement of this advertisement nor any other indication shall be taken to mean that the Contracting Authority intends to hold itself bound by any Regulations save those applicable to Part B Residual Services.

Vacuum Steam Autoclave System

HEALTH & SAFETY EXECUTIVE | Published December 29, 2015  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
Winner
VWR International
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42924720

The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is Britain's leading industrial health and safety facility. HSL supports HSE’s mission to protect people's health and safety by ensuring risks in the changing workplace are properly controlled. HSL are inviting tenders for the supply of an autoclave steam sterilization system which will be used to process and ensure the safe disposal of hazardous biological waste. The new unit will replace our current autoclave which is over 10 years old and recently has been experiencing more frequent breakdowns. Most importantly the purchase is vital to ensure that biologically hazardous waste, generated both on site and from incidents, is steam treated in a safe and acceptable way. Steam sterilization remains the ‘gold standard’ for such treatment. HSL’s Microbiology Team provides a range of analytical support and services to HSE and many external customers, which include the analysis and examination of potentially hazardous materials. Even the most routine of microbiological testing may produce material that is contaminated with biological agents and requires disposal by effective means. The Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens (ACDP) stipulates that anything of a hazardous nature must be disposed of safely; ideally by steam sterilization facilities that are immediately available at the point the waste is generated. The Microbiology Team has a large Priorclave steam autoclave for disposing of such waste, but the system is over 10 years old and has become unreliable in recent months. In addition to the safe disposal of our own laboratory waste, the Microbiology team is regularly called upon to decontaminate many types of incident sample, for example, items that have been contaminated with biological residues. Although this decontamination work may be done away from our main lab, the waste is then sealed and safely returned to the lab, where it is usually steam sterilized prior to end disposal. In some cases, whole incident items may be treated in this way to render them safe for end disposal (providing they can be safely steam treated). As well as the operational and health and safety priorities that require effective steam sterilization there are also business drivers for having a reliable, large volume steam sterilizer for the disposal of laboratory waste. Further information relating to tender T26 15/16 Vacuum Steam Autoclave System Q&A Number 3 The exact dimensions of the bins are as follows; Height: 400mm Width: 300mm Length: 300mm As mentioned we would need to fit two of these size bins in the autoclave chamber comfortably so that steam is not obstructed entering the chamber and sterilisation of the load is not compromised.

Supply of a Fourier Transform Infra-Red (FTIR) Spectrometer

HEALTH & SAFETY EXECUTIVE | Published January 14, 2016  -  Deadline February 4, 2016
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PerkinElmer LAS (UK) Ltd
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38433000

The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is Britain's leading industrial health and safety facility. HSL supports HSE’s mission to protect people's health and safety by ensuring risks in the changing workplace are properly controlled. Infra-red spectroscopy is used at HSL to carry out quantitative analysis of respirable crystalline silica (RCS), in particular quartz, as well as polymers, other solid organic materials and oils. The instrument is also used to carry out quality assurance testing of proficiency testing (PT) samples of respirable quartz prepared in the laboratory. These PT samples require replicate batches of up to 100 samples to be analysed with a co-efficient of variation of 3% or less. A variety of techniques and accessories are used with the existing instrument, in particular diffuse reflectance and attenuated total reflectance (ATR). We would want to use similar, ideally bespoke, accessories with the new instrument and to have the flexibility to use other techniques or accessories in the future, e.g. microscopy or remote probes. The existing instrument has an optimum spectral range of 370 – 7800 cm-1 and a maximum resolution of 0.2 cm-1. Ideally, we would like the new instrument to have a similar specification. The sample compartment on the existing instrument is 19 cm wide. In order to be able to use our existing accessories we would like the sample compartment on the new instrument to be of a similar size, although this may not be necessary if the new instrument is supplied with bespoke accessories. The new instrument can be a bench top design or a more portable instrument but, ideally, should have a footprint of no more than 80 cm × 80 cm. The instrument will handle about 1500 samples per annum, mainly quartz on membrane filters, which relates to a running time of about 500 hours (max). The instrument should be controlled, and the data captured, by PC. The equipment should be compatible with Windows operating systems, using a non-networked PC with a suitable connection to control the instrument. Ideally, the software should include a search library facility to aid identification of sample spectra and compilation of user spectral libraries. To ensure compatibility with our existing data and library search software, the instrument software must be capable of loading and saving data as JCAMP-DX (*.dx) files. Please provide a separate price at schedule D for the PC and peripherals. For the purposes of this invitation to tender it is necessary for HSL to be open and fair to possible sources that believe they can meet these requirements and may submit a tender.

Supply of a Gas Standard Generation System

HEALTH & SAFETY EXECUTIVE | Published February 23, 2016  -  Deadline March 15, 2016
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42980000

The Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) is Britain's leading industrial health and safety facility. HSL supports HSE’s mission to protect people's health and safety by ensuring risks in the changing workplace are properly controlled. BACKGROUND TO THE PROJECT For the calibration/validation of air sampling methods, sampler devices, sensors and the production of laboratory proficiency test samples, HSL requires the ability to produce stable standard gas atmospheres for a range of inorganic and organic gases. OBJECTIVES HSL produces such stable standard gas atmospheres based upon procedures codified in the ISO 6145 series of standards. SPECIFICATION REQUIRED The requirements are for o System based on evaporation of a metered liquid standard to provide a stable gas concentration atmosphere (based in part upon procedures codified in ISO 6145 part 4) o Metered liquid delivery based either upon a liquid mass flow controller or syringe injection (Vendor to supply details of mass flow ranges available and tolerances) o Evaporation unit capable of heating to at least 150 °C. o 2 x digital Mass flow controllers or other metered flow system for delivery of carrier and diluent gases (Vendor to supply details of mass flow ranges available and tolerances) o Heated transfer line from evaporation chamber to exit (Vendor to supply details of achievable temperatures for evaporation chambers and associated transfer lines) o Flow path construction materials compatible with the use of organic solvents o Desirable – RS-485 communications module for optional remote PC control via HSL software written in Labview. Source code to be supplied. o Desirable –Humidity control module to produce a relative humidity range of 20 – 90 % (Vendor to supply details of achievable range, stability and set point resolution) o Desirable – Expandable modular system – e.g. extra gas metering capabilities for secondary dilution o Desirable – ability to generate standard gas atmospheres from inorganic liquids in particular mercuric chloride solution Installation, Commissioning and Training. Tender to include itemised delivery, installation, and commissioning costs for the HSL Buxton site and provision of on-site training of 3-4 staff in the use of the new system. Warranty. Customary warranty or extended warranty to be offered. HSL would like to a achieve 24 month warranty period as standard for the instrument. Other Services. We would also like to look at preventative maintenance and / or calibration services
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