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Industrial or laboratory furnaces, incinerators and ovens

The University of Manchester | Published March 29, 2017  -  Deadline April 16, 2017
cpvs
42300000, 38000000, 38800000

Industrial or laboratory furnaces, incinerators and ovens

Industrial machinery

Manchester City Council | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 6, 2016
cpvs
42000000

Manchester City Council is inviting tenders for Provision of Hire of Small Plant and Tools.

The framework period will be for 2 years with the option to extend for up to an additional 2 years.

Industrial machinery

Manchester City Council | Published May 5, 2017
Winner
Fast Hire UK Ltd
cpvs
42000000

TC016 Provision of Hire of Small Plant and Tools.

Industrial or laboratory furnaces, incinerators and ovens

The University of Manchester | Published May 10, 2017  -  Deadline June 6, 2017
cpvs
42300000, 38970000, 42000000

The University of Manchester plans to purchase a bespoke thermal cycling rig using water steam atmosphere at ambient pressure. The water vapour oxidation system needs to be able to test 18-24 off 25 mm by 25 mm test pieces at a time in a horizontal automated cyclic furnace with controlled water vapour (steam) in air environments. The high-temperature cycles are typically 1 hour at 1 250°C - 1 350°C followed by 30 min. cooling in air. The system should be capable of recording the key parameters of the test and monitoring the cool down of the specimens.

The University of Manchester will be home to a new national research and innovation centre in advanced materials, the Sir Henry Royce Institute (SHRI). Partners, comprise the Universities of Sheffield, Leeds, Liverpool, Cambridge, Oxford and Imperial College London, along with National Nuclear Labs (NNL) and the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy (CCFE).

The University of Manchester plans to purchase a bespoke thermal cycling rig using water steam atmosphere at ambient pressure. The water vapour oxidation system needs to be able to test 18 - 24 off 25 mm by 25 mm test pieces at a time in a horizontal automated cyclic furnace with controlled water vapour (steam) in air environments. The high-temperature cycles are typically 1 hour at 1 250°C - 1 350°C followed by 30 min. cooling in air. The system should be capable of recording the key parameters of the test and monitoring the cool down of the specimens.

Industrial or laboratory furnaces, incinerators and ovens

The University of Manchester | Published May 12, 2017  -  Deadline June 6, 2017
cpvs
42300000, 38970000, 42000000

The University of Manchester plans to purchase a bespoke thermal cycling rig using water steam atmosphere at ambient pressure. The water vapour oxidation system needs to be able to test 18-24 off 25 mm by 25 mm test pieces at a time in a horizontal automated cyclic furnace with controlled water vapour (steam) in air environments. The high-temperature cycles are typically 1 hour at 1250°C-1350°C followed by 30 min cooling in air. The system should be capable of recording the key parameters of the test and monitoring the cool down of the specimens.

The University of Manchester will be home to a new national research and innovation centre in advanced materials, the Sir Henry Royce Institute (SHRI). Partners, comprise the Universities of Sheffield, Leeds, Liverpool, Cambridge, Oxford and Imperial College London, along with National Nuclear Labs (NNL) and the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy (CCFE).

Design and Build Construction of Industrial Units to be known as The Gorsey Bank Development.

CBRE Limited | Published September 26, 2015  -  Deadline October 23, 2015
cpvs
45000000

The complete design, construction, fitting out and supervision to provide the following: — Up to 160 000 ft2 new building development of Use Class B1, B2 and B8 units on a 7 835 ha site, — 10 No various sized light industrial and storage units with offices and ancillary spaces, including lifts, staircases and toilets, — Mechanical and electrical provision to all units including externals, — Telephone and Data provision to the site and all units, — New site access road including footpaths, lighting and drainage, — Car parking for circa 320 spaces including light and heavy goods vehicle parking, — Unit refuse storage, motorbike and cycle parking, — Site hard and soft landscaping including paths and landscaping to the River Mersey frontage, — Extensive site and retaining works including integrated buffer landscaping to adjacent residential areas, — New tree planting throughout, — New utilities to site including diversion works, — New site drainage with surface water attenuation to all roads and hard surfacing, — Enabling works required to clear existing site trees and ground cover, coordinating nesting issues and other environmental constraints.

Design and Build Construction of Industrial Units to be known as The Gorsey Bank Development

Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council | Published September 23, 2015  -  Deadline October 23, 2015
cpvs
45000000

The complete design, construction, fitting out and supervision to provide the following :- - Up to 160,000 sq ft new building development of Use Class B1, B2 and B8 units on a 7.835 Ha site. - 10 No various sized light industrial and storage units with offices and ancillary spaces, including lifts, staircases and toilets. - Mechanical and electrical provision to all units including externals. - Telephone and Data provision to the site and all units. - New site access road including footpaths, lighting and drainage. Car parking for circa 320 spaces including light and heavy goods vehicle parking. Unit refuse storage, motorbike and cycle parking. - Site hard and soft landscaping including paths and landscaping to the River Mersey frontage. - Extensive site and retaining works including integrated buffer landscaping to adjacent residential areas. New tree planting throughout. - New utilities to site including diversion works. - New site drainage with surface water attenuation to all roads and hard surfacing. - Enabling works required to clear existing site trees and ground cover, coordinating nesting issues and other environmental constraints.

Dilatometer.

The University of Manchester | Published March 16, 2017
Winner
TA Instruments — A Division of Waters Ltd
cpvs
38000000

The University of Manchester will be home to a new national research and innovation centre in advanced materials, the Sir Henry Royce Institute (SHRI). The new Institute, supported by industrial partners, will have its Hub in Manchester. The University has appointed a Contractor or Contractors to supply a Dilatometer, to include the heating and quenching of samples at rapid rates, measuring dilatation, Heating samples and performing multi-step heat treatments. Contract start date — 26.1.2016. Contract end date — 27.3.2017. The contract is not open to other purchasers.

Industry specific software package

Manchester City Council | Published April 14, 2017
Winner
Mouchel Limited
cpvs
48100000

Provision of Penalty Charge Notice Processing System for both Parking and Bus Lanes, including licences, related modules, maintenance and support.

In-situ Chemical Probe AFM (Atomic Force Microscope)

The University of Manchester | Published February 4, 2017
Winner
JPK Instruments Ltd
cpvs
38510000, 38514200

The University of Manchester will be home to a new national research and innovation centre in advanced materials, the Sir Henry Royce Institute (SHRI). The new Institute, supported by industrial partners, will have its Hub in Manchester.

The University has appointed a Contractor to supply a complete atomic force microscope system (including controller, electrochemical cell, optical microscope, isolation stage, computer, software) is required. The system must specified for electrochemical imaging. It should ideally be fully automated in scanning and large area mapping, and easy-to-use for multi-user facility.

Dilatometer

The University of Manchester | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline January 12, 2017
cpvs
38000000, 38300000

The University of Manchester will be home to a new national research and innovation centre in advanced materials, the Sir Henry Royce Institute (SHRI). The new Institute, supported by industrial partners, will have its Hub in Manchester.

The University wishes to appoint a Contractor or Contractors to supply a Dilatometer, to include the heating and quenching of samples at rapid rates, measuring dilatation, Heating samples and performing multi-step heat treatments.

Contract start date — 26/01/2016.

Contract end date — 27/03/2017.

The contract is not open to other purchasers.

Dilatometer

The University of Manchester | Published March 16, 2017
Winner
TA Instruments — A Division of Waters Ltd
cpvs
38000000

The University of Manchester will be home to a new national research and innovation centre in advanced materials, the Sir Henry Royce Institute (SHRI). The new Institute, supported by industrial partners, will have its Hub in Manchester.

The University has appointed a Contractor or Contractors to supply a Dilatometer, to include the heating and quenching of samples at rapid rates, measuring dilatation, Heating samples and performing multi-step heat treatments.

Contract start date — 26.1.2016.

Contract end date — 27.3.2017.

The contract is not open to other purchasers.

Printers and plotters

The University of Manchester | Published March 22, 2017
Winner
Regen HU Ltd
cpvs
30232100, 33197000

The University intends to acquire a BioPrinting Platform. The equipment will be part of the state of the art Biomedical Systems and Devices theme within the Henry Royce Institute. The Biomedical Systems and Devices intends to accelerate the discovery, manufacture and translation of biomaterials through a platform of state-of-the-art equipment, enhancing the UK position as an international leader in the fields of biomaterials and biomedical systems and devices.

The University of Manchester will be home to a new national research and innovation centre in advanced materials, the Sir Henry Royce Institute (SHRI). The new Institute, supported by industrial partners, will have its Hub in Manchester.

High Temperature Tribometer

The University of Manchester | Published October 20, 2016  -  Deadline November 18, 2016
cpvs
38400000, 38430000, 38500000, 38540000

The University of Manchester will be home to a new national research and innovation centre in advanced materials, the Sir Henry Royce Institute (SHRI). The new Institute, supported by industrial partners, will have its Hub in Manchester.

The University wishes to appoint a Contractor or Contractors to supply a High Temperature Tribometer for the evaluation of surface treatments and coatings for high temperature tribological applications.to study friction and wear and characteristics of a variety of bulk materials and thin coatings under dry and lubricated sliding contact conditions.

Contract start date — 12.12.2016

Contract end date — 27.3.2017

The contract is not open to other purchasers.

High Temperature Tribometer

The University of Manchester | Published October 20, 2016  -  Deadline November 17, 2016
cpvs
38400000, 38430000, 38500000, 38540000

The University of Manchester will be home to a new national research and innovation centre in advanced materials, the Sir Henry Royce Institute (SHRI). The new Institute, supported by industrial partners, will have its Hub in Manchester.

The University wishes to appoint a Contractor or Contractors to supply a High Temperature Tribometer for the evaluation of surface treatments and coatings for high temperature tribological applications.to study friction and wear and characteristics of a variety of bulk materials and thin coatings under dry and lubricated sliding contact conditions.

Contract start date — 12.12.2016

Contract end date — 27.3.2017

The contract is not open to other purchasers.

In-situ Chemical Probe AFM (Atomic Force Microscope)

The University of Manchester | Published October 15, 2016  -  Deadline November 10, 2016
cpvs
38510000, 38514200

The University of Manchester will be home to a new national research and innovation centre in advanced materials, the Sir Henry Royce Institute (SHRI). The new Institute, supported by industrial partners, will have its Hub in Manchester.

The University wishes to appoint a Contractor or Contractors to supply a complete atomic force microscope system (including controller, electrochemical cell, optical microscope, isolation stage, computer, software) is required. The system must specified for electrochemical imaging. It should ideally be fully automated in scanning and large area mapping, and easy-to-use for multi-user facility.

Contract start date — 8.12.2016

Contract end date — 27.3.2017

The contract is not open to other purchasers.

Construction consultancy services

The University of Manchester | Published May 10, 2017  -  Deadline June 5, 2017
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71530000, 71000000, 71200000, 71220000, 71321000, 71333000, 71334000, 71311000, 71312000, 71420000, 71313200, 71240000, 71313000

The University of Manchester wishes to appoint a company/companies to deliver Architecture Lead Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy services for the Pankhurst Project.

The University of Manchester wishes to appoint a company/companies to deliver Architecture Lead Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy services for the Pankhurst Project.

This procurement relates to the establishment of the Pankhurst Centre for Research in Health, Technology and Innovation (working title). This is aimed at driving innovation in health, by strengthening the local science asset base.

The Pankhurst centre will be a new centre on Corridor Manchester, but benefiting the whole of GM — reinforcing the unique GM partnerships linked to the devolution of health and social care. The centre and funding will be additionally important to help unlock support from the Government's 2 000 000 000 GBP Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF), on which it is currently consulting.

Construction consultancy services

The University of Manchester | Published May 18, 2017  -  Deadline June 12, 2017
cpvs
71530000, 71324000, 71541000, 71000000

The University of Manchester wishes to appoint a company/companies to deliver Project Management and Cost Management Consultancy services for the Pankhurst Project.

The University of Manchester wishes to appoint a company/companies to deliver Project Management and Cost Management Consultancy services for the Pankhurst Project.

This procurement relates to the establishment of the Pankhurst Centre for Research in Health, Technology and Innovation (working title). This is aimed at driving innovation in health, by strengthening the local science asset base.

The Pankhurst centre will be a new centre on Corridor Manchester, but benefiting the whole of GM — reinforcing the unique GM partnerships linked to the devolution of health and social care. The centre and funding will be additionally important to help unlock support from the Government's £2bn Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF), on which it is currently consulting.

Magnets

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust | Published March 8, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
cpvs
31630000, 33150000, 73100000, 38341000, 73111000, 38341200, 33151000, 42122500, 42122450

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust is seeking bids from suitably qualified and experienced providers to partner in delivering and developing the Proton Therapy Research Beamline, part of the proton therapy project at The Christie hospital.

This provision involves the supply and installation of beamline components to extend a clinical Proton Beam Therapy facility to a dedicated scientific laboratory space dedicated entirely to proton therapy research.

Equipment and services that will be required:

— Quadrupole Magnets,

— Steering Magnets,

— Power Supplies and Scanning Magnet Power Supply,

— Vacuum System,

— Beam line diagnostic equipment,

— Control system software,

— Delivery and Installation,

— Commissioning, including diagnostic support.

Bidding providers should be established suppliers of scientific and / or industrial particle beam control equipment with a track record of supplying and jointly working with scientific institutions on advanced technology physics projects.

Raman Spectrometers (x2)

The University of Manchester | Published March 1, 2017  -  Deadline March 30, 2017
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38433000, 38000000

This tender is being run on behalf of the Graphene Engineering and Innovation Centre (‘GEIC’) at the University of Manchester. The GEIC is a £60 million investment which will establish a state of the art research and technology development facility for graphene and related 2D materials. Projects in the GEIC will be industry-led and will focus on innovation and applications, with the aim of accelerating research through to products in the marketplace. The GEIC will house pilot production facilities and characterisation equipment. It will initially focus on a number of the University's world-class graphene application areas: energy, composites, formulations and coatings, electronics and membranes.

Given the world leading graphene research at the University, it is expected that all the equipment in the GEIC will be cited in high profile academic publications as well as underpinning industrial collaboration projects, thus giving the equipment a high degree of exposure.

The GEIC will be situated on the North Campus of The University of Manchester, comprise of ~8 400 m² and has been designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly. It is set to be open in Summer 2018. Equipment purchased before the GEIC building is opened will be temporally commissioned elsewhere in the University campus, typically in the National Graphene Institute, and then moved into the GEIC once it is completed.

For further information on the GEIC please see:

http://www.graphene.manchester.ac.uk/collaborate/geic/

We seek to acquire two complete micro-Raman spectrometer systems (including software and lasers) that operate at 532/633 nm and 532/488 excitation wavelengths. The system is ideally fully automated and can be upgraded to another 2 excitation lasers in the future. It should have a XYZ mapping stage with the ability to rapidly scan a sample. The system will be used to analysis the structure of polymers, metals, composites and carbon-based materials including polyaramids, PEEK, carbon fibre, graphite, nanotubes and graphene. The system will also be used to study the effect of environment, including strain, on these samples. Therefore it is important to have a high absolute and relative resolution of peak position and shape with a low signal to noise ratio. We also need the ability to place custom rigs into the system for in-situ measurements. This system will be used for both academic research and industrial research & development and quality control etc. The instrument will be housed in the National Graphene Institute and then moved to the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) which includes Prof. Young and Prof. Kinloch. This group has over 30 years' experience in Raman spectroscopy and currently has five Raman systems.