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HINDALCO INDUSTRIES LIMITED

(UNIT BIRLA COPPER)

P.O. Dahej
Dist. Bharuch
Gujarat 392130
India

1000 TPD COPPER CONTAINING SMELTER SLAG BENEFICIATION


PLANT
AT DAHEJ, GUJARAT

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
FOR

BATTERY & BATTERY CHARGER


SPECIFICATION NO. K8L06-DOC-E-330-SP-0009

September, 2008

DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANTS PRIVATE LIMITED


CONSULTING ENGINEERS
24 B PARK STREET

KOLKATA 700 016

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1000 TPD COPPER CONTAINING SMELTER SLAG BENEFICIATION


PLANT AT DAHEJ, GUJARAT

SPECIFICATION NO. K8L06-DOC-E-330-SP-0009


FOR
BATTERY & BATTERY CHARGER
INDEX

SECTION

DESCRIPTION

PART - A

PART B

I.

NOTICE INVITING TENDER

II.

INSTRUCTION IN CONNECTION WITH SUBMISSION OF TENDERS

III.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

IV.

PROPOSAL EXHIBIT SHEETS

PRICE SCHEDULE

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PART - A
SECTION - I
NOTICE INVITING TENDER
For and on behalf of Managing Director, Hindalco Industries Ltd, Dahej sealed tenders are invited from
approved agencies for carrying out design, engineering, manufacture, supply, supervision(optional) during
erection, testing & commissioning of Battery & Battery Charger for the 1000 TPD copper containing smelter
slag beneficiation plant located at Dahej, Distt. Bharuch, Gujarat.
Details
1.

Reference No. of Tender

K8L06-DOC-E-330-SP-0009

2.

Nature of Work

Design, manufacture, supply,


Supervision (optional) during installation,
testing, trial run & commissioning of
Battery & Battery Charger.

3.

Last date of receipt of filled-up


Tender Document

__________________________.
Hindalco Industries Limited (Unit Birla Copper)
P.O. Dahej, Dist. Bharuch, Gujarat 392130

4.

Office where tender is to be


submitted.

5.

Validity of Tender

:
_____ weeks from the last date of
submission.

6.

Delivery period

:
_____ weeks from the date of placement
of order.

Managing Director
Hindalco Industries Limited (Unit Birla Copper).
Dahej

*****

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SECTION II
INSTRUCTION IN CONNECTION
WITH SUBMISSION OF TENDERS
1. The tender documents are divided into two parts, namely Part-A and Part-B.
Part-A, Technical and Commercial part, comprises the followings:
a.

Notice inviting tender

b.

Instruction in connection with submission of tenders

c.

Technical specification

d.

Proposal exhibit sheets

Part-B, Price part, comprises the Price break up and the Summary of Prices.
Both to be duly filled in by the Tenderer.
2. It will be presumed that the tenderer has carefully examined the terms and conditions, as contained in the
tender documents, thoroughly and carefully, and fully acquainted himself with all the details of the
site, location, materials, weather characteristics, labour conditions and all other information and data
pertaining to and needed for the work.
3. The tendered rates should be typed or written by hand in English in the price schedules in the tender
documents in ink, both in words and figures. The amount against the respective items of work should
be calculated and totaled on each page and grand totaled on last page.
4. The rates should be written in Rupees and Paisa only.
5. The tenderer should quote his rates only for those items of work against which quantities have been
furnished in the price schedules.
6. All pages of the Tender documents including addenda/corrigenda, if any, should be initialed at the lower
left hand corner. The tender document shall be signed by the tenderer. In the event of the tender
being submitted by a firm, it must be signed by each partner thereof, and in the absence of any
partner, it shall be signed on his behalf by a person, holding the power of attorney from the absenting
partner, authorizing him to do so.
7. No alterations or modifications should be made in the contents of the tender document except filling up
the rates to be quoted in the tender document Part-B. Any tender that is not accompanied with the
complete set of tender documents, and/or which does not include rates of all the items price schedules
shall be considered incomplete and shall be rejected.
8. HIL/DCPL reserves the right to extend the date for submission of tenders. HIL/DCPL also reserves the
right to revise and/or amend the tender documents, prior to the date notified for the receipt of price
bids or the extended date for the same, as the case may be. Such revision, amendments or extensions,
if any, shall be intimated to the tenderers in the form of addenda, letters, fax or e-mails, as may be
considered suitable.
9. On receipt of tender documents, the same will be opened by HIL. HIL does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any tender and will not assign any reason for the rejection of any or all tenders. Also HIL
reserves their right to negotiate with the lowest or any other tenderer.
10. Tenders are to be submitted in sealed envelopes, both for Part A and Part B. Any open offer received will
be rejected. Also any offer received after the due date is likely to be rejected.
11. Any further information required in connection with this tender can be obtained on any working day,
during office hours from:
The Project Manager
Hindalco Industries Limited (Unit Birla Copper),
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Dahej.
SECTION III
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

C ONTENTS

SECTION

DESCRIPTION

PAGE NO.

1.00.00

INTENT OF SPECIFICATION

2.00.00

SCOPE OF WORK

3.00.00

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

4.00.00

SITE CONDITIONS

5.00.00

DESIGN CRITERIA

6.00.00

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

11

7.00.00

SURFACE PREPARATION & PAINTING

19

8.00.00

TESTS

19

9.00.00

SPECIAL TOOLS & TACKLES

21

10.00.00

SPARES

21

11.00.00

DRAWINGS, DATA & MANUALS

21

ATTACHMENTS
ANNEXURE - A

RATINGS AND REQUIREMENTS

24

ANNEXURE - B

FITTINGS & ACCESSORIES

26

ANNEXURE - C

LIST OF ALARMS & INDICATIONS

27

ANNEXURE - D

MANDATORY SPARES

28

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BATTERY CHARGER & BATTERY


1.00.00

INTENT OF SPECIFICATION

1.01.00

This specification is intended to cover the design, manufacture, assembly,


testing at manufacturer's works, supply & delivery, properly packed for
transport to site of Battery & Battery Charger, complete with all
accessories for efficient and trouble-free operation.

1.02.00

The scope of work shall also include, at the option of the Owner/Purchaser,
the supervision of erection, testing, commissioning and putting into
successful commercial operation of all equipment furnished under this
specification.

1.03.00

The work is subject to all the terms and conditions detailed in the documents
listed below, which shall form part of this specification as if bound together.
a.

Tender Notice

b.

Instruction to Bidders

1.04.00

In the event of any discrepancy with listed documents, the stipulation of this
specification shall govern.

2.00.00

SCOPE OF WORK

2.01.00

Scope of Supply
Type, rating and connections of the equipment listed below are detailed in
the subsequent clauses of the specification & annexures. The equipment
shall be offered in strict compliance with the same.

2.01.01

One set each of the followings shall be supplied:a)

100AH, 110V Battery of type Plante

One (1) set.

b)

Battery Charger Panel-Board comprising


Float charger, Float-cum-Boost charger &
DCDB with 8 x 6A DP MCB O/G feeders

One (1) No.

2.01.02

Each set of battery and battery charger shall be supplied complete with fittings
and accessories as per list annexed.

2.01.03

Base channel frame, floor channel sill, and kick plates for all floor-mounted
charger panels, complete with holding down bolts and nuts.

2.01.04

One set of special tools and tackles

2.01.05

Mandatory Spare parts

2.01.06

Recommended spare parts for two (2) years operation


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2.01.07

All relevant drawings, data and instruction manuals.

2.02.00

Scope of Services
The services of a senior engineer, experienced in the erection and
commissioning of the equipment of similar type and rating on per diem
basis. The work includes but not limited to:-

2.02.01

Complete checking of materials at site and advising the Owner/Purchaser


any discrepancy thereof.

2.02.02

To ensure proper storage of equipment (detailed storage instruction shall be


furnished to the purchaser well in advance of dispatch of equipment)

2.02.03

Advice on procedure of erection to be followed.

2.02.04

Regular supervision and following up of erection work done by others.

2.02.05

Testing, commissioning and putting the equipment into successful


commercial operation.

2.03.00

Exclusion from Scope of Work

2.03.01

All concrete foundation works.

2.03.02

Labor and equipment for unloading and installation.

2.03.03

Power & control cables for connection with equipment supplied by others.

3.00.00

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

3.01.00

Codes and Standards

3.01.01

All equipment and materials shall be designed, manufactured and tested in


accordance with the latest applicable Indian Standards (IS) and IEC except
where modified and/or supplemented by this specification.

3.01.02

Equipment and material conforming to any other standard which ensures


equal or better quality, may be accepted. In such case, copies of the English
version of the standard adopted shall be submitted along with the bid.

3.01.03

The electrical installation shall meet the requirements of Indian Electricity


Rules as amended up to date and relevant IS Codes of Practice. In addition,
other rules and regulations applicable to the work shall be followed.

3.02.00

Drawings & Annexures

3.02.01

All annexures appended to this specification shall form part of this


specification and supplement the requirements specified herein.

3.02.02

This specification shall be read and construed in conjunction with the


annexures to determine the scope of work and terminal points.
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3.02.03

The quantities shown on annexures are tentative for bidding purpose only.
Any variation arising during detailed engineering stage shall be taken into
account for adjustment of contract price based on unit rates quoted in the bid.

3.03.00

Completeness of Supply

3.03.01

It is not the intent to specify completely herein all details of the equipment.
Nevertheless, the equipment shall be complete and operative in all aspects
and shall conform to highest standard of engineering, design and
workmanship.

3.03.02

Any material or accessory which may not have been specifically mentioned
but which is necessary or usual for satisfactory and trouble-free operation and
maintenance of the equipment shall be furnished without any extra charge.

3.03.03

The supplier shall supply all brand new equipment and accessories as
specified herein with such modification and alteration as agreed upon in
writing after mutual discussion.

3.03.04

Make of brought-out items are subject to Owner/Purchasers approval. The


contractor shall furnish relevant details to the Owner/Purchaser for his
concurrence before procurement.

3.04.00

Proposal Data
The proposal data (exhibit) sheets annexed to this document shall be filled in
without any ambiguity by typing in appropriate place on each page. These
pages must be properly signed by authorized representative of the Bidder as
verification of the data and submitted along with the bid to form part of the
bidder's formal proposal.

3.05.00

Guaranteed Performance
The performance figures quoted in Proposal Exhibit sheets shall be
guaranteed within the tolerance permitted by relevant standards. In case of
failure of the equipment to meet the guarantee, the equipment may be liable
for rejection.

3.06.00

Deviation

3.06.01

Should the Bidder wish to deviate from this specification in any way, he shall
draw specific attention to such deviation.

3.06.02

All such deviations shall be clearly mentioned on the Deviation sheet format
enclosed, with reference to the respective clause of the specification.

3.06.03

Unless such deviations are recorded in the deviation sheets and submitted
with the offer, it shall be taken for granted that the offer is made in conformity
to this specification in all respects.

3.07.00

Drawing Approval

3.07.01

Before starting manufacture of any equipment, the supplier shall have to take
approval of relevant drawings and data from purchaser in writing.

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3.07.02

Any manufacture done prior to the approval of drawings/data shall be rectified


in accordance with the approved drawings/data by the supplier at his own cost
and the equipment shall be supplied within the stipulated period.

3.08.00

Experience & Qualifying Requirement

3.08.01

Necessary information about the financial and technical resources,


organization and experience to undertake the manufacturing and supply of
such equipment shall be supplied by the Bidder as an evidence of his
capability for satisfaction of the Owner/Purchaser.

3.08.02

The Bidder shall submit along with his bid a list of major contracts for supply of
similar equipment executed/being executed by him during last 5 years giving
detailed particulars such as quantity, equipment rating, contract value, name
of the Owner/Purchaser, year of commissioning etc.

3.08.03

The bidder shall submit the documentary evidence that equipment of similar
rating has been manufactured by him and are in successful operation for more
than two (2) years in two or more projects of similar nature on the date set for
opening of the bid.

3.08.04

Not withstanding anything stated above, the Owner/Purchaser reserves the


right to assess bidders financial and other capabilities to execute the contract.

3.09.00

Quality Assurance

3.09.01

The Contractor shall follow his standard procedures for quality assurance and
control. A copy of the said standard procedures shall be submitted to the
Owner/Purchaser for his reference. However, Owner/Purchaser reserves the
right to review the same and give his observations, if any, for compliance.

3.09.02

The procedures shall be in such a form as to clearly delineate the


manufacturing sequence, inspection points, tests and test procedures,
acceptable ranges / values, reference drawings etc.

3.09.03

The Owner/Purchaser shall inform the Contractor as to which of the


inspection points and tests shall be witnessed. As a minimum, inspection and
testing of the finished equipment shall be made prior to shipment, unless
specifically waived by the Owner/Purchaser. The contractor shall give at least
seven (7) days advance notice regarding readiness of the equipment.

3.09.04

Manufacturing and quality control procedures shall be available for audit to


the Owner/Purchaser and/or its representative at the place of manufacture.

3.09.05

The Owner/Purchaser reserves the right to inspect the equipment at the point
of manufacture and witness factory and other such tests as may be necessary
to ensure conformance to the specification.

3.09.06

The Owner/Purchaser may inspect the contractor's facilities prior to award of


contract.

3.09.07

The Owner/Purchaser may witness any or all of the tests stipulated in the
relevant standards and this specification.

3.09.08

The Owner/Purchaser may conduct surveillance of the Contractor's facilities


for compliance to his standard procedures of Quality Assurance and Quality
Control while work on the specified equipment is in progress.
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3.10.00

Packing for Shipment

3.10.01

The equipment complete with its fittings & accessories, spares, special tools
and tackles shall be suitably protected by respective packing for shipment
considering handling during transit, distance and weather conditions
involved. The Contractor shall submit the packaging method for shipment to
be adopted by him, if so desired by the Owner/Purchaser.

3.10.02

Each consignment shall be marked with Equipment name,


Owner/Purchasers name & address, Project details, handling instruction
etc. It shall be completed with part list and identification details. The copies
of the part list of each consignment shall also be furnished to the
Owner/Purchaser after dispatch.

3.10.03

Eqpt. shall be packaged for transportation so as to meet the space and


weight limitation of transport facilities. The contractor shall obtain approval
from concerned authorities for transportation of over dimensioned
consignment/ package, if any, before starting manufacture of such
equipment.

4.00.00
4.01.00

SITE CONDITIONS
Location
The plant site is located at Dahej, Dist. Bharuch, Gujarat. Site accessibility
from nearby important places are as below:
a)
Nearest village ( Dahej )
00 Km
b)
Railway station ( Bharuch ) 45 Km
c)
Airport ( Baroda )
75Km

4.02.00

5.00.00

Site ambient conditions:


a)
Annual Rainfall
b)
Maximum temperature
c)
Minimum temperature
d)
Relative humidity
e)
Site elevation
f)
pH of the soil
g)
Wind speed
h)
Wind direction

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

550 to 700mm
42C during summer
8C during winter
60%(dryseason)&90%(monsoon)
10 to 11m
7.7 to 8.4
90 -150 Km./h
South West

DESIGN CRITERIA

5.01.00

Design Basis

5.01.01

DC system shall provide reliable sources of DC power supply for control,


indication, protection and annunciation of plant equipment.

5.01.02

The battery shall be sized to meet emergency load duty cycle requirements.
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5.01.03

The procedure for estimating battery capacities shall be as per guide-lines


stipulated in latest revision of IEEE Std. 485. Derating factor for prolonged
float charging shall be duly taken into account , as applicable, in estimating
battery capacity.
While estimating battery capacities, ageing margin as per relevant standard,
temperature correction factor as per manufacturers standard and a design
margin of 20% shall be considered.

5.01.04

The battery and charger combination shall be such as to ensure continuity of


DC supply at load terminals at all times without even momentary
interruption.

5.01.05

Further the voltage at Battery terminals shall not exceed the limits of + 10%
and - 15% of the nominal system voltage at any time during the duty cycle.

5.01.06

For continuous operation at specified ratings, temperature rise of the various


components of battery & battery charger shall be limited to the permissible
values stipulated in the relevant standards and/or this specification.

5.01.07

The equipment will be installed indoor in a clean but hot, humid and tropical
atmosphere.

5.01.08

The battery and battery charger capacity given in this specification and its
annexure are indicative only. The bidders shall check the capacity and
ratings based on the duty cycle requirement and other design stipulations
and submit the offer accordingly. Sizing calculations along with relevant
supporting document regarding selection of different factors shall be
furnished with the bids.

5.01.09

The float charger shall be sized to carry the total DC continuous load and
the trickle charging current of the battery plus a 25% margin.. The charger
shall also be capable of delivering the rated load under the specified voltage
and frequency variations of incoming AC supply

5.01.10

The float-cum-boost charger shall be sized to restore the fully discharged


battery to full charged condition in ten (10) hours with 25% margin over
maximum charging rate or to operate as a float charger with duty
requirement, whichever is greater.

5.02.00

System Concept

5.02.01

The basic system configuration is as elaborated in this specification.

5.02.02

The battery charger shall be capable of providing the initial charging (first
charge) current as required for the battery.

5.02.03

The Float Charger (FC) will be normally ON, supplying the DC load current
and at the same time trickle charging the battery. The characteristics shall
be such that if load is high and exceeds the charger capacity, the excess
load shall be supplied by the battery.

5.02.04

The Float-cum-Boost charger will be normally in stand-by (Auto Float/


Charge) mode and will cut into the circuit automaticallya) To provide occasional equalizing charge as required.
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b) To take over the functions of float charger in case of its failure.


c) To operate in boost mode when battery voltage drops below a set value.
5.02.05

The float-cum-boost charger shall also have provision for float, equalizing
and boost charging the battery through manual selection.

5.02.06

On failure of A.C. supply both float and float-cum-boost chargers will go out
of service and battery will take over to supply loads without any interruption.

5.02.07

If float charger fails, it will be annunciated in the control room and stand-by
float charger of the float cum boost charger will have to cut into the circuit
automatically.

5.02.08

Output of the chargers shall be controlled automatically as well as manually.


AUTO/MANUAL selector switch along with voltage/current setter shall be
provided for this purpose.

5.02.09

Interlock shall be provided to ensure that the battery can be taken to boost
mode only if the float charger is healthy and running. Suitable defeating
arrangement shall also be provided for initial charging of the battery.

5.02.10

For ungrounded DC system, suitable ground fault detection system shall be


provided in the battery charger panel to detect ground fault on either polarity
for annunciation in charger panel.

6.00.00

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENT

6.01.00

Layout

6.01.01

The battery and battery charger will be located indoors.

6.01.02

The Bidder shall propose his own layout to suit the space available.

6.01.03

While proposing the battery room layout, Bidder shall consider the following:
a) Sufficient clearance space for attending individual cells.
b) Sufficient clear space to accommodate a battery of identical capacity in
future.

6.01.04

The Bidder shall also indicate his recommendation for battery room
ventilation.

6.02.00

Battery

6.02.01

General
a. Each set of battery shall consist of number of cells assembled together
on mounting racks.
b. The battery shall be flooded cell with Plante' type.
c. The plates shall be designed for maximum durability during all service
conditions including high rate of discharge and rapid fluctuation of load.

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6.02.02

Construction
a. Cell container shall be made of heat & electrolyte resistant, shock
absorbing, tough translucent, polypropylene or equivalent plastic
material having chemical and electrochemical compatibility. The cell shall
be mechanically sturdy.
b. The cell shall be provided with visual electrolyte level checks for ease in
of maintenance. Electrolyte level markings shall be for upper and lower
limits.
c. Sufficient sediment space shall be provided so that the cells will not have
to be cleaned out during normal life.
d. Separator between plates shall permit free flow of electrolyte. Proper
arrangement to keep end plates in position shall be furnished.
e. Open type cells shall be provided with suitable spray arrestors and
separate perforated transparent plastic covers.
f.

For flooded cell, suitable mechanism and / or Ceramic Vent plug shall be
provided to eliminate emission of acid mist during the float operation.
The bidder shall also indicate the Gas emission rate of the battery in
their offer for necessary design of the ventilation of the Battery Room.

g. The cells shall be supported on insulators fixed on to the rack with


adequate clearance between adjacent cells.
h. The cell terminals posts shall be provided with connector bolts and nuts,
made of copper/ brass effectively coated with lead (for lead acid battery)
to prevent corrosion.
i.

Lead coated copper connectors (for lead acid battery) shall be furnished
to connect up cells of battery set.

j.

Positive and Negative terminal posts shall be clearly and indelibly


marked for easy identification.

k. Bent copper plates, tubular copper lugs, teakwood clamp, bolts, nuts,
washers, etc. shall be furnished for connection of outgoing Aluminum
conductor cables.
l.

6.02.03

The battery shall be shipped uncharged for flooded cell with the
electrolyte furnished in a separate non-returnable container. 10% extra
electrolyte shall be furnished to cover spillage in transit or during
erection.

Battery Racks
Battery racks for supporting battery cells shall be constructed of best quality
teakwood ( for lead acid battery), forming a rigid structure. Racks shall be
painted with at least three (3) coats of electrolyte-resistant paint of approved
shade. Racks shall be free standing type, mounted on porcelain/ electrolyte
resistant high impact plastic insulators. Numbering tags for each cell shall
be attached on to the racks.
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6.03.00

Battery Charger

6.03.01

General
a.

The charger shall be natural air cooled, solid-state type with full
wave, fully controlled, bridge configurations.

b.

The charger shall be provided with microprocessor based automatic


voltage control, current limiting circuitry, smoothing filter circuit and
soft-start feature, under/ over voltage protection and earth fault
detection.

c.

Voltage / current control shall be stepless, smooth and continuous.


Voltage control shall be possible either in Auto mode or in
Manual mode. An auto- Manual selector switch shall be provided
for this purpose.

d.

The charger shall be self-protecting against all AC and DC transients


and steady state abnormal currents and voltages.

e.

Charger AC input and DC output shall be electrically isolated from


each other and also from panel ground.

f.

Isolation shall also be provided between power and control circuits.

g.

The battery charger-set shall be provided with one(1) no. voltage


transducer and one(1) no. current transducer for monitoring the DC
output. These transducers shall have twin-channel output of 4-20mA
and will be used for analog inputs to PLC.

h.

Radio frequency suppressor/screening shall be provided with the


charger to limit the noise level/interference to radio and other
communication equipment to be installed in the same building.

i.

6.03.02

The design of the equipment will be such that during the period both
trickle charger unit and boost charger units are working
independently , the tap connection from various taps of the battery
cell to the load circuit should not involve any circulating current.
Construction
a.

The charger shall comprise a continuous line up of free-standing,


floor mounted sheet steel panels, with access both from front as
well as from rear.

b.

In between float and float-cum-boost charger panels, a central panel


shall be provided. This panel shall house the battery terminals, load
terminals, DC distribution battery blocking diodes, meters,
annunciator and indicating lamps.

c.

The panel shall conform to the degree of protection IP 42. Minimum


thickness of sheet metal used shall be 2 mm for load bearing
members.

d.

Access doors shall be with concealed hinges and neoprene gaskets.


Ventilating louvers shall be covered with fine wire mesh. Door over
600 mm width shall be of double-leaf design.
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6.03.03

e.

All equipment within the panels shall be arranged in modular units


and laid out with sufficient space for easy maintenance.

f.

All indicating instruments, control switches etc. shall be flush


mounted on the front face of the panels. However potentiometer
shall be provided inside the panel. Nameplates of approved size and
type shall be provided for all circuits and devices both at front &
inside of the panel.

g.

All bus bar and bus connections shall be of high conductivity copper
and adequately sized to limit the maximum temperature within the
permitted value. All bus connection shall be silver plated.

h.

Heat shrinkable insulating sleeves shall be provided for bus bars.


All bus connections shall be color coded for easy identification.

i.

Bus bars shall be supported and braced to withstand the stress due
to maximum short circuit current and also to take care of any thermal
expansion.

Charger Equipment
a.

All power diode and control rectifiers shall be silicon type. Rectifier
transformer shall be resin impregnated in vacuum , dry type, double
wound
with copper conductor and class-F insulated with
temperature rise limited to class- B having off-circuit tap 2X2.5%
on primary side. LC filter suppressor shall be provided in the output
to minimize ripple content and to keep the value within the specified
limit

b.

The diode and bridge elements shall be liberally sized for forward
current, minimum momentary overloads and voltage spikes. The
current and peak inverse voltage (PIV) should be chosen
accordingly. Wherever necessary, power semiconductor device shall
be provided with over current and over temperature protection by
using special fuses.
Blocking diodes shall be fully rated and shall have redundancy so
that failure of a single diode shall not incapacitate the system in any
way.

c.

Isolating switches shall be heavy duty, load break type, operated by


an external handle with provision for padlocking in ON and OFF
position.

d.

AC Changeover switch shall be 3 position, 4 pole, load break type


with 2 NO + 2 NC auxiliary contacts. The switch shall be installed in
such a manner that the operating handle shall be accessible only
after opening the front door.

e.

Double pole, double throw DC switch shall be load break type with 2
NO + 2 NC auxiliary contacts.

f.

Control switches shall be dust protected, heavy duty, switchboard


type complete with escutcheon plates. Contacts shall be silver
plated, rated 10A at operating voltage.
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Selector switch shall be maintained contact, lockable stay-put type


with knob handle. Meter selector switch shall be four-position type.
Ground fault detection switch shall be three-position type spring return
to neutral.

6.03.04

g.

Push button shall be heavy duty, shrouded, push to actuate type with
colored button and inscription plate. Each push button shall have 2
NO + 2 NC contacts, rated 10A at 240V AC and 0.5A at 220V DC.

h.

Contactor shall be air-break type with hand reset type thermal


overload relays having in built temperature compensator and single
phase preventor.

i.

Fuses shall be HRC type and furnished complete with fuse bases and
fittings of such design as to permit easy and safe replacement of
fuse element. Semi conducting device fuses shall be fast-acting. All
upstream fuses shall be properly coordinated with corresponding down
stream fuses.

j.

Indicating lamps shall be clustered of LEDs suitable for the duty


involved. The body shall be made of polycarbonate Unbreakable
lens. LEDs shall be protected by inbuilt fuse with surge suppressor or
leakage voltage glow protection.

k.

Meters shall be 96 x 96 mm switchboard type, 90 deg scale, antiglare


glass, 1% accuracy with zero adjuster on the front.

l.

Transducers shall have twin-channel output of 4-20mA and shall be


used to provide analog inputs to central control room.

Ground fault relay shall be provided to detect DC system ground.

n.

MCCB shall be provided to receive incoming AC supply.

o.

Charger shall be equipped with LCD display, so the system or


particular module operation parameters can be locally or remotely
viewed / monitored. Following parameters to be displayed:

Input AC voltage

Input AC current

Charging voltage

Charging current

Load voltage

Load current

Battery voltage

Battery current

Alarms
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3.4.5

a.

Solidstate, audio visual annunciation system shall be provided for


battery chargers. Annunciation system shall operate on 110V DC.

b.

One (1) minimum twelve-points alarm facia shall be provided on


each float charger panel and float-cum-boost charger panel,
complete with proper actuating devices, circuitry, legends, push
buttons (Accept, Reset and Test) and hooter.

c.

The central panel shall be provided with one (1) minimum eight point
alarm facia complete with proper actuating deices, circuitry, legends,
push- buttons (Accept, Reset and Test) and hooter.

d.

The arrangement shall be such that on occurrence of a fault the


corresponding window will light up and stays lighted until the fault is
cleared and reset button is pressed.

e.

Each time a window lights up, a master relay will get energized to
provide group alarm signals for Owner/Purchaser's remote panel.

f.

The requirements of indication/metering/alarms are given in the


annexure.

g.

The alarm shall be compatible with PLC.

Meters
Charger panel shall be provided with the following meters:

6.03.06

a.

Input voltmeter (0 500 V AC) with voltmeter selector switch.

b.

Output DC voltmeter at each charger output.

c.

Output DC voltmeter at battery output.

d.

Output DC ammeter at each charger output (0 150% of rated full load


inverter output)

e.

Battery charging / discharging ammeter.

Transducers
Each battery charger shall be provided with one (1) no. voltage transducer and
one (1) no. current transducer for monitoring the DC output.
Charger panel shall be provided with the following transducers:

6.03.07

a.

DC voltage transducer at each charger output.

b.

DC current transducer at each charger output.

c.

DC voltage transducer at battery output.

Controls
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The following manual controls shall be provided on the front of each charger
panel :-

6.03.08

a.

Charger ON/OFF push button.

b.

Selection of float or boost charge in case of float-cum-boost charger.

c.

Voltage setters for setting the output of float/ equalizing / boost


charge. Setting shall be independent of each other so that setting of
one voltage shall not require resetting other.

d.

Ground fault detection switch with indicating lamps.

e.

Current limit setter/ charging rate.

f.

Under/ over voltage relay including battery earth fault monitoring


relay.

g.

Acknowledge-Reset-Test push buttons for annunciation system. The


color of reset buttons shall be BLACK

Lamp/Space heaters/receptacles
a.

b.

6.03.09

The charger panels shall be provided with :

Internal illumination lamp with door switch , the lamp shall be


located in the celling and guarded with protective cage.

Space heater with thermostat control

3 pin 6A receptacle with plug

Communication plug.

Lamp, heater and receptacle circuits shall have individual ON-OFF


switch fuse units/MCCBs and shall be suitable for 240V AC supply.

Wiring/Cabling
a.

The panels shall be completely wired-up. All wiring shall be routed


through wiring troughs.

b.

Wiring shall be done with flexible, 650V grade, PVC insulated


switchboard wires with stranded copper conductors of 2.5 mm 2 for
control and current circuits and 1.5 mm2 for voltage circuits.

c.

Each wire shall be identified, at both ends, with interlocking type


permanent markers bearing wire numbers as per Bidder's Wiring
Diagrams. AC / DC wiring shall have separate color-coding.

d.

Wire termination shall be made with crimping type connectors with


insulating sleeves. Wires shall not be spliced between terminals.

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6.03.10

e.

All spare contacts of relays, timers, auxiliary switches and other


devices shall be wired up to the terminal block.

f.

Gland plate shall be of 3 mm thick, non-magnetic material and


suitable for single-phase cable entry from bottom. Cable terminal
board with cable lugs and double compression cable glands shall be
provided in each panel for termination of incoming and outgoing
cable.

Terminal Block
a.

650V grade, multi way terminal block complete with mounting


channel, binding screws and washers for wire connections and
marking strip for circuit identification shall be provided for terminating
the panel wiring. Terminals shall be stud type, suitable for terminating
2 nos. 2.5 mm2 stranded copper conductor and provided with acrylic
insulating cover.

b.

Not more than two wires shall be connected to any terminal. Spare
terminals equal in number to 20% active terminals shall be furnished.
Separate terminal blocks shall be used for AC/ DC wiring termination.

c.

Terminal blocks shall be located to allow easy access. Wiring shall


be so arranged that individual wires of an external cable can be
connected to consecutive terminals.

6.03.11Grounding

6.03.12

a.

The charger panels shall have fully rated ground bus with two ground
terminals, one at each end.

b.

Each terminal shall comprise two-bolt drilling with G.I. bolts, nuts and
bimetallic washers for connecting to 50x6 mm G.I. flat. Ground bus
shall be bolted to the panel structures, effectively grounding the
entire assembly. The cases of meters, relays and switching devices
shall be grounded through sheet steel structure.

c.

Wherever, the schematic diagrams indicate a definite ground at the


panel, a single wire for each circuit thus grounded shall be run
independently to the ground bus and connected thereto.

Tropical protection
a.

All equipment accessories and wiring shall have fungus protection,


involving special treatment of insulation and metal against fungus,
insects and corrosion.

b.

Screens of corrosion resistant material shall be furnished on all


ventilating louvres to prevent the entrance of insects.

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6.03.13

Nameplate
a.

Name plate shall be provided for each panel and for each
equipment/device mounted on it.

b.

The material shall be anodized aluminum/ lamicoid, 3mm thick, with


white letter on black background.

c.

Name plate shall be held by self-tapping screws. The size of name


plates shall be approximately 20mm x 75mm for equipment and
40mm x 150mm for panels.

d.

Name plates for panels shall be provided both on the front, rear and
also inside the panels.

e.

Control and meter selection switches shall have integral nameplates.


Nameplates for all other devices shall be located below the
respective devices both inside and outside the panel.

f.

Instrument and devices mounted on the face of the panels shall also
be identified on the rear with the instrument / device number. The
number may be painted on or adjacent to the instrument or device
case.

g.

Caution notice of suitable metal plate shall be affixed at the back of


each panel.

7.00.00

SURFACE PREPARATION & PAINTING

7.01.00

The sheet metal of the panels shall be thoroughly cleaned by chemical agents
(7-tank process) as required to produce a smooth clean surface free of
scales, grease and rust.

7.02.00

Both interior and exterior surfaces of the panels shall be powder coated and
finished with two(2) coats of paints of approved shades..

7.03.00

The paint shall be carefully selected to withstand tropical heat, rain etc.
The paint shall not scale off or crinkle or removed by abrasion due to
normal handling.

7.04.00

Sufficient quantity of touch up paint shall be furnished for application after


installation at site.

8.00.00

TESTS

8.01.00

All equipment and components thereof shall be subject to shop tests as per
relevant IS standards. The tests shall included but not limited to :-

8.01.01

Following type tests on two cells of the battery shall be carried out by the
Bidder, even if the Bidder submits type test certificates for Purchasers review
and approval.
a.

Discharge performance test at low temperature.


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b.

Ampere-hour test & watt-hour efficiency test.

c.

Endurance test.

The cost of above tests, if any, shall be quoted separately.


8.01.02

Following minimum tests shall be performed on each battery charger.


a.

Dielectric tests.

b.

Voltage regulation check from 0 to 100% load with 10% input voltage
variation.

c.

Ripple content measurement.

d.

Heat run test on current limiting value.

e.

Functional test.

8.01.02

All other routine tests shall be carried out on each equipment as per relevant
standard.

8.02.00

Tests Witness

8.02.01

Tests shall be performed in presence of Purchasers representative, if so


desired by the Purchaser.

8.02.02

The supplier shall give at least seven (7) days' advance notice of the date
when the tests are to be carried out.

8.03.00

Test Certificates

8.03.01

Certified reports of all the tests carried out at the works shall be furnished in
six (6) copies for approval of the Owner/Purchaser.

8.03.02

The equipment shall be dispatched from works only after receipt of


Owner/Purchaser's written approval of the test reports.

8.03.03

Bidder shall submit type test reports for the type tests as per relevant
standards on identical equipment in type and rating. Reports older than five
(5) years shall not be acceptable.
In case the type test reports are not submitted or the reports are not approved
by the Purchaser, the Bidder shall conduct the type tests on the offered
equipment at Bidders risk and cost within the schedule specified herein. No
deviation in this regard is acceptable.

8.03.04

Routine test certificates for components like contactors, relays, instruments,


SCR / PWM transistors, Diodes, Condenser, Potentiometer, semiconductors, push buttons etc. shall also be furnished for Purchasers review
and approval.

9.00.00

SPECIAL TOOLS & TACKLES


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9.01.00

A set of special tools & tackle which are necessary or convenient for
erection, commissioning, maintenance and overhauling of the equipment
shall be supplied.

9.02.00

The tools shall be shipped in separate containers, clearly marked with the
name of the equipment for which they are intended.

10.00.00

SPARES

10.01.00

The Bidder shall submit a list of recommended spare parts for two (2) years
satisfactory and trouble-free operation, indicating the itemized price of each
item of the spares. The final quantity shall be decided during placement of
order.

10.02.00

The Bidder shall quote and supply mandatory spare parts as per list
annexed. The final quantity shall be decided during placement of order.

10.03.00

Each list shall be complete with specification, make, identification number, unit
rate, quantity etc.

11.00.00

DRAWINGS, DATA & MANUALS

11.01.00

Drawings, Data and Manuals shall be submitted with the bid and in
quantities and procedures as specified elsewhere in this specification
for approval and subsequent distribution after the issue of Notice to
Proceed.

11.02.00

To be submitted with the Bid

11.02.01

Proposal sheets duly filled in.

11.02.02

Dimensional Battery room layout drawing.

11.02.03

General Arrangement drawing of Charger panels.

11.02.04

Typical foundation plan.

11.02.05

Bill of material.

11.02.06

Battery cell voltage characteristics and data for different discharge rates.

11.02.07

Battery Sizing calculation in the format of IEEE-relevant standard.

11.02.08

Type test certificates as per requirement of this specification.

11.02.09

List of makes of various items / components shall be submitted for


Purchasers approval.

11.02.10

Leaflets and brochures of different equipment and accessories including write


up on features of different components along with data sheets, curves, tables
etc.

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11.03.00

To be submitted for Purchasers Approval and Distribution


(A) : Approval Category
(R) : Reference Category

11.03.01

Guaranteed technical particulars (A) and quality assurance plan (R)

11.03.02

Battery and Charger sizing calculation. (A)

11.03.03

Sizing calculation of charger main equipment, viz. SCRs, rectifier transformer


etc. (A)

11.03.04

Fault current calculation for battery & battery charger. (A)

11.03.05

Dimensional battery layout drawings in plan & sections. (A)

11.03.06

Take-off terminals connection details. (A)

11.03.07

Dimensional general arrangement drawings of Battery charger clearly showing


device dispositions, cable entry, space requirements etc. (A)

11.03.08

Charger foundation plan and loading. (A)

11.03.09

Sectional views of battery charger panels. (R)

11.03.10

Charger schematic diagram along with write-up. (A) and wiring diagrams with
wire no., equipment / device no. etc (R)

11.03.11

Detailed bill of materials ( R)

11.03.12

Test reports. (A)

11.03.13

Transport / shipping details such as method of packaging, dimension & weight


of package, part list etc. (R)

11.03.14

Any other relevant drawing or data necessary for satisfactory installation


operation and maintenance. (R)

11.03.15

Instruction manuals on Battery & Battery Charger (R)


The manual shall clearly indicate the salient features of each equipment,
storage and installation method, operation and maintenance procedure,
checkup and tests to be carried out before commissioning of the equipment
and during maintenance.

11.04.00

The Bidder may note that the drawings, data and manuals listed are minimum
requirement only. The Bidder shall ensure that all the necessary write-ups,
curves and information required to fully describe the equipment offered are
submitted with his bid.

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11.05.00

The drawings and document marked with (A) above are of Approval
category and are subject to review by Purchaser. Those marked (R) are for
reference category.
The Purchaser may also review the documents marked (R) if found
necessary. The Bidder shall note that the approval of drawings & documents
by the Purchaser does not relieve him of his contractual obligation.

11.06.00

All drawings shall be prepared by using Auto CAD, approved version and
documents shall be generated using MS Office. The paper copy of the
drawings & document shall be submitted for approval & reference. All final
drawings and documents shall be submitted in CD in Auto CAD (approved
version) and MS office format as applicable for Purchasers future reference.

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ANNEXURE-A
RATINGS & REQUIREMENTS
1.0

BATTERY

1.1

Application

1.2

Design Ambient temperature

a.

Maximum

45 oC

b.

Minimum

4 oC

Standby Power Supply

1.3

Type

Plante

1.4

Nos. of Cells per Battery

55

1.5

Battery nominal voltage

110 V

1.6

Battery capacity at 27C

100 AH or more to suit duty cycle.

1.7

Proposed Method of working

a. Float charging (normal)

2.20 Volt / cell.

b. Equalising Charge
(occasional)

2.33 Volt / cell.

c. Boost charging
(after complete discharge)

2.75 Volt / cell


(max'm.)

1.8

Intermediate tapping

As required by this specification.

1.9

Mounting

Wooden racks (Teakwood)

1.10

Terminal Connection

Through single core


cables. Actual size of cable shall be
informed to the successful bidder.

NOTE:

Items 1.4, 1.6 & 1.7 Bidder to justify with details, if his recommended values
are different from the values specified in this specification.

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ANNEXURE-A

2.0

BATTERY CHARGER PANEL BOARD

2.1

Charger

Float charger &


Float-cum-boost charger

2.2

Type

Solid-state, full wave, fully controlled


with microprocessor based AVR,
three-phase bridge, suitable for
continuous duty application.

2.3

Enclosure

Sheet steel enclosure, IP-42.

2.4

A.C. Input

2.5

2.6

a.

Supply

415V, 3 phase, 50 Hz, 4 wire.

b.

Voltage variation

10%

c.

Frequency variation

3%

d.

Combined volt +
frequency variation

10% (absolute sum)

e.

Short-circuit level

50 kA r.m.s. symmetrical.

f.

System earthing

Solidly earthed.

D.C. Output
a.

Float charger

10A plus 25% margin. Output voltage


adjustable between 115-120 V.

b.

Boost charger

Restoring fully discharged battery to full


charge condition in 10 Hours, with 25%
margin over maximum charging rate.
O/p voltage adjustable : 260-285 V.

c.

DC Distribution

8 x 6Amp. (DC) DP MCB.

Performance Requirements
a.

The output voltage of the charger shall be regulated within 1% of the set
value for any load variation from 0 to 100% and A.C. input voltage and
frequency variations as indicated above in sl. No. 2.4 above.

b.

The ripple content in charger DC output shall be limited to 1% (rms) with or


without battery.

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ANNEXURE-B
FITTINGS & ACCESSORIES
1.0

BATTERY

Each set of battery shall be equipped with fittings and accessories as listed below.
1

One battery log book.

Two copies of printed instruction sheet.

One no. cell testing voltmeter (3-0-3 volts) complete with leads.

One no. rubber syringe type hydrometer suitable for specific gravity reading.

Three nos. pocket thermometer.(Digital type)

One no. thermometer (0 to 100) with specific gravity correction scale.

One set cell bridging connector.

Two nos. each Electrolyte resistant plastic funnels and plastic jugs

Battery racks suitable for accommodating the cells coated with paint.

10

insulator (with 5% extra), rubber pad etc. for rack.

11

Two nos. plastic filling bottle for filling up.

12

One pair of spanners.

13

Requisite quantity of electrolyte with 10% extra in non-returnable containers.

14

Two pairs of rubber hand gloves.

15

Two nos. cell lifting straps.

16

One set of inter cell, inter tier and inter bank connectors as required for complete
installation.

17

Self adhesive PVC stickers for cell numberings

18

Goggles.

NOTE:

Any other accessories if required for satisfactory operation of the complete


battery system shall also be included in Bidders offer and to be supplied
accordingly.

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ANNEXURE - C
LIST OF ALARMS & AND INDICATIONS
1.0

Following list of alarm / annunciation shall be provided at each charger.


a.

AC supply failure.

b.

Charger overload.

c.

SCR fuse blown.

d.

Filter fuse blown.

e.

DC output fuse blown.

f..

DC system under voltage.

g.

DC system over voltage.

h.

Battery earth fault.

2.0

Initiating contacts wired to two terminals at battery charger panel shall be provided for
group annunciation Battery Charger Trouble of the events mentioned above, at
central control room. Separate contacts shall be provided for Battery earth fault
annunciation at central back-up panel.

3.0

Initiating contacts for all alarm points shall also have electrically separate spare set of
contacts wired to the terminal block for future use.

4.0

All alarm contacts shall be rated 0.5A at 110V DC and 5 Amp. at 240V AC.

5.0

In addition to the alarm points mentioned above, any other alarm point, if required for
battery charger, shall be provided.

6.0

Charger panel shall also have the following minimum indications:


a.

Charger power supply ON (at all three phases)

b.

Charger DC output healthy.

c.

Control supply ON.

d.

DC supply healthy.

e.

Float / boost charger in operation (in float-cum-boost charger)

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ANNEXURE-D
MANDATORY SPARE PARTS
Following mandatory spares shall be provided.
Sl No.

Description

Quantity

1.

AC contactor float charger

1 No.

2.

AC contactor float/boost charger

1 No.

3.

DC contactors

1 No.

4.

AC contactor coils

1 No.

5.

DC contactor coils

1 No.

6.

Push buttons

2 Nos.

7.

Indication LEDs

3 Nos.

8.

Output ammeters

1 No.

9.

Load ammeters

1 No.

10.

Battery ammeters

1No.

11.

Input voltmeters

1No.

12.

Output and load voltmeters

1No.

13.

Input ammeters (FC)

1 each type

14.

Input ammeters (FCBC)

1 each type

15.

Input fuses (FC)

2nos. for each changer

16.

Input fuses (FCBC)

2 Nos. for each changer

17.

Rectifier fuses (semi conductor)

3 Nos. for each changer

18.

Thermal O/L relays (FC)

1 each/rating

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ANNEXURE-D
(contd.)
Sl no.

Description

Quantity

19.

Output MCCB

1 each/rating

20.

Thyristors (FC)

2 sets each type

21.

Thyristors (FCBC)

2 sets each type

22.

Free wheeling diodes (FC)

2 sets each type

23.

Free wheeling diodes (FCBC)

2 sets each type

24.

Electronic cards used for different purposes

One each

Battery cells Spare :


25.

Spare cells

3 cells

26.

Intercell connectors

3Nos

27.

Inter-row connector

2sets

28.

Insulators

2Nos.

29.

Hexagonal studs + nuts

6 Nos.

30.

Vent plugs

4 Nos.

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SECTION - IV
PROPOSAL EXHIBIT SHEETS
CONTENTS
Schedule No.

Description

I.

Key Information

II.

Batt./Charger Data Sheet

III.

List of spares(recommended)

IV.

List of special tools and tackles

V.

Deviations

VI.

Experience List

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SECTION-IV
PROPOSAL EXHIBIT SHEETS

SCHEDULE - I
KEY INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROPOSAL
The Tenderer shall submit this proforma properly filled-in in a complete and unambiguous manner,
failing which the tender will be liable to rejection. No cross-reference to any other part/page of the
tender will be accepted.
1.

Name of the Tenderer

2.

Complete postal address,

3.

Telephone number
Fax number
E-mail address

:
:
:

4.

Name and Designation of the


responsible officer of the tenderer.

5.

Proposal Number and Date

6.

Validity of the offer counted from


the date of opening of the tenderer.

7.

Whether any alternative proposal


furnished in addition to the base offer

yes/no

Whether all price Schedule sheets


have been properly filled-up.

yes/no

Whether any deviation taken from


the Technical specifications. If `yes,
then whether Clause no V. of this section
has been properly filled-up covering
all such deviations.

yes/no

Whether Bidder agrees to comply with


the delivery requirement as stipulated in this
specification.

yes/no

8.
9.

10.

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SCEDULE - II
TECHNICAL PARTICULARS
A.

BATTERY

1.0

General

1.1

Make

1.2

Cat No.

1.3

Type

1.4

Reference Standard

2.0

Rating

2.1

Rated Voltage

Volt

2.2

10-hour rating at 27oC


to 1.85 Volt per cell

AH

2.3

1-hour discharge rate


to 1.75 Volt per cell

Amp

2.4

1-Minute discharge rate


to 1.75 Volt per cell
(Lead acid battery)

Amp

3.0

Performance

3.1

Is the battery furnished


meets required duty cycle curve -Yes/No

3.2

Cell voltage characteristics during duty cycle


furnished ?

Yes/No:

3.3

Minimum cell voltage


during duty cycle

Volt

3.4

AH efficiency at 10-hour
discharge rate
(Lead acid battery)

3.5

Expected life of Battery

Hr.

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4.0

Battery Characteristics

4.1

Recommended charging rate for

a.

Float charge

b.

Equalizing Charge

c.

Boost charge in hrs.

4.2

4.3

Start

Finish

Recommended specific gravity


at 27oC

a.

For first filling

b.

At full charge

c.

At end of 10-hour discharge :

Short-circuit current for a


dead-short across battery
terminals, when

a.

Float charge at
rated volt/Cell

kA

b.

Boost charge at
rated volt /Cell

kA

Ohm

4.4

Battery internal resistance

4.5

Cell voltage characteristics


during charging furnished ?

5.0

Cells

5.1

Number of cells per battery

5.2

Type of the cell

5.3

Cell designation as per I.S.

5.4

Material of the container

5.5

Overall dimension of
each cell

mm

5.6

Weight of complete cell

---

(Y/N) :

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Volt/Cell

Amp

a.

Without acid

Kg

b.

With acid

Kg

Ohm

5.7

Internal resistance of cell

6.0

Intercell Connector

6.1

Intercell connector furnished ?

6.2

Type of intercell
connector

6.3

Material of intercell connector

7.0

Plates

7.1

Number of positive plates per cell

7.2

Type of positive plate

7.3

Type of negative plate

7.4

Terminal stands material

8.0

Separator

8.1

Type

8.2

Material

8.3

Thickness

9.0

Electrolyte

9.1

Amount of electrolyte
for first filling

bolted/burned

:
:

a.

Per cell

litre

b.

Per set

litre

9.2

First filling with


10% extra furnished ?

9.3

Electrolyte conforms to

10.0

Racks

10.1

Number of racks per battery

10.2

Number of cells per rack

:
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10.3

Type of racks

10.4

Material of rack

10.5

Racks provided with :

10.6

10.7

10.7

Rows/tiers

:
:

a.

Numbering tags for cells

b.

Teakwood clamps for cables

Insulator with 5% extra


furnished for :
a.

Cell

Yes/No:

b.

Stand

Yes/No:

Type of Insulators
a.

Cell

b.

Stand

Inter-row, Inter-tier
connectors and end take-off
furnished ?

10.8

Connection hardware with 5%


extra furnished

11.0

Dimension & Weights

11.1

dimension (LxBxH) mm

11.2

Approx. Weight

11.3

Battery layout drawing


furnished ?

12.0

Ventilation requirements

12.1

Adequacy of Dimension of battery room

12.2

Gas generation per cell per hour

12.3

Nos. of air change per hour in Battery room

12.4

Gasification voltage per cell

:
Kg

:
:

Lt

Volt

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13.0

Accessories furnished with each battery

13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5
13.6
13.7
(Add more sheets if necessary)

B.

BATTERY CHARGER

1.0

General

1.1

Make

1.2

Cat. No

1.3

Type

1.4

Reference Standard

2.0

A.C. Input

2.1

a.

Voltage & % variation

Volt :

b.

Phase

No. :

c.

Frequency & % variation

Hz :

D.C. Output

Float
Charger

a.

Voltage

Volt

b.

Current

Amp.

2.2

Type of Cooling

2.3

Max. Temp within cubicle


above design ambient ... oC

a.

Rectifier transformer

b.

SCR

C
C
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Charger

Float
Charger

3.0

Performance

3.1

Regulation for 0-100% rated


load with 10% Input voltage
and 3% input frequency variation

3.2

Ripple content in D.C. output

:
:

a.

With battery

b.

Without battery

3.3

Guaranteed efficiency
at rated load and power factor

3.4

Power Factor at rated load

4.0

Miscellaneous

4.1

Charger provided with


following features

a.

Automatic voltage regulation

b.

Current limiting circuitry

c.

Smoothing filter circuit

d.

Soft-start feature

4.2

SCR elements provided with

a.

Surge protection

b.

Fast acting HRC fuse

5.0

A.C. Switch

5.1

Make

5.2

Type/Cat. No.

5.3

Reference Standard

5.4

Rated Current

6.0

A.C. Fuse

6.1

Make

6.2

Type/Cat. No.

Amp

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Charger

Float
Charger
6.3

Reference Standard

6.4

Current rating

a.

Continuous

Amp

b.

Interrupting

KA

7.0

A.C. Contactor

7.1

Make

7.2

Type/Cat. No.

7.3

Reference Standard

7.4

Rated Current

7.5

Utilization category

7.6

Thermal overload with in-built


single-phase preventor provided ?

8.0

Rectifier Transformer

8.1

Make

8.2

Type/Cat. No.

8.3

Reference Standard

8.4

Ratings

Amp

a.

KVA

b.

Voltage

c.

% reactance

8.5

Class of insulation

8.6

Method of cooling

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Charger

Float
Charger
9.0

Controlled Rectifier (SCR)

9.1

Make

9.2

Type/Cat. No.

9.3

Reference Standard

9.4

Rms Current rating

Amp

9.5

Surge Current

---

a.

One-cycle

Amp

b.

Repeatative cycle

Amp

9.6

Peak inverse voltage


a.

Continuous

Volt

b.

Surge

Volt

10.0

D.C. Fuse

10.1

Make

10.2

Type/Cat. No.

10.3

Reference Standard

10.4

Current rating
a.

Continuous

Amp

b.

Interrupting

KA

11.0

D.C. Contactor

11.1

Make

11.2

Type/Cat. No.

11.3

Reference Standard

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Charger

Float
Charger
11.4

Current rating

Amp

11.5

Utilization category

12.0

Blocking Diodes

12.1

Make

12.2

Type/Cat. No.

12.3

Reference Standard

12.4

Current rating

a.

One-minute

Amp

b.

One-hour

Amp

Volt

12.5

Peak inverse voltage

13.0

Indication Lights

13.1

Make

13.2

Type/Cat. No.

13.3

Reference Standard

13.4

Wattage / Amperage

Watt/Amp.

13.5

Series resistor

Ohm

14.0

Meters

14.1

Make

14.2

Type/Cat. No.

14.3

Reference Standard

14.4

Size

14.5

Accuracy

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Charger

Float
Charger
15.0

Alarm-Facia

15.1

Make

15.2

Type/Cat. No.

15.3

Reference Standard

15.4

No. of window per facia

16.0

Change-over Switch

16.1

Make

16.2

Type/Cat. No.

16.3

Reference Standard

16.4

Rating

16.5

No. of poles

16.6

Key interlock furnished ?

17.0

D.C. Switch

17.1

Make

17.2

Type/Cat. No.

17.3

Reference Standard

17.4

Rating

17.5

No. of poles

17.6

Key interlock furnished ?

18.0

Charger Panel

18.1

Make

18.2

Type

Amp

Amp

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Charger

Float
Charger
18.3

Reference Standard

18.4

Enclosure :

18.5

18.6

18.7

18.8

18.9

a.

Degree of protection

b.

Sheet steel thickness mm

Panel provided with :


a. Internal lamp with door-switch

b. Space heater with thermostat

c. 6A 3-pin receptacle

Internal Wiring
a.

Insulation

b.

Voltage grade

c.

Minimum conductor size

Power Terminals
a.

Make

b.

Size/Cat. No.

Control Terminals
a.

Make

b.

Size/Cat. No.

c.

20% spare terminal furnished ?

Ground Terminal furnished ?

18.10 Overall dimension (LxBxH)

mm

18.11 Approx. Weight

Kg

18.12 General Arrangement drawings furnished ?


18.13 Accessories as specified furnished with
battery charger ?

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Charger

SCHEDULE - III
LIST OF RECOMMENDED SPARES
Sl.No.

Description

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Identification Code

SCHEDULE - IV
LIST OF SPECIAL TOOLS AND TACKLES
Sl.No.

Description

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Identification Code

SCHEDULE - V
DEVIATIONS
The Tenderer shall furnish an exhaustive list of deviations if there is any, in his
proposal as per the following format. The Price implication column shall be filled up
only with yes or no, not with any price figures.
Sl.No.

Reference from
Specification document

Description of Deviation

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Price implication
(yes/no)

SCHEDULE - VI
EXPERIENCE LIST
The Tenderer shall tabulate below a list of jobs already executed by him as regards
to the supply and/or turnkey execution of similar packages/projects. The list shall
contain all relevant information on type, capacity, client, project/order values,
scheduled and actual time of execution and any other pertinent information as may
be considered worth mentioning for the purpose of assessing his capability.
Sl.
No.

Construction
Schedule

Actual time
of
Completion

Type of Work
&
Capacity

Location

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Name of
Project &
Order value

Name of
Client /
Owner

Supervising
Consultant

PART - B
PRICE PART
Price Break up

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PART - B
PRICE PART
Price Break up
To be filled up for all equipment
(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(Figures in Rs)
(8)

ExPacking & FOR Excise Sales Local


Freight & Landed price
works Forwardin works duty
tax
Govt.
transit
at site
g
Taxes ( if insurance (3+4+5+6+7)
(1+2)
any)
Item number.
Battery &
Charger
complete
with all
specified
accessories

Mandatory
Spares

Total supervision charges for erection, trial run &


commissioning including all incidental expenses
except to & fro traveling cost from location of
supplier to Purchaser site:

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RECOMMENDED SPARES

Sl.No.

Description

Identification Code

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Unit price

SPECIAL TOOLS AND TACKLES


Sl.No.

Description

Identification Code

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