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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR SUPPLY OF 11kV/√3/250V 15& 25 kVA OUTDOOR TYPE COMPLETELY SELF PROTECTED SINGLE PHASE DISTRIDUTION TRANSFORMERS

SPECIFICATION No: DIST/OI-N/2004

1.

SCOPE:

This specification covers design, engineering, manufacture, assembly, stage testing, inspection & testing before supply and delivery at site of the oil immersed, Oil Natural Air Natural (ONAN) outdoor type 11kV/√3/250V, 50 Hz, Single phase Distribution Transformers for use in Distribution systems.

1.1

The equipment offered shall be complete with all parts necessary for their, effective and trouble-free operation. Such parts will be deemed to be within the scope of the supply irrespective of whether they are specifically indicated in the commercial order or not.

1.2

It is not the intent to specify herein complete details of design and construction. The equipment offered shall conform to the relevant standards and be of high quality, sturdy, robust and of good design and workmanship complete in all respects and capable, to perform continuous and satisfactory operations in the actual service conditions at site and shall have sufficiently long life in service as per statutory requirements. The dimensional drawings attached with this specification and the notes thereto are generally of illustrative nature. In actual practice, not withstanding any anomalies, discrepancies, omissions, in- completeness, etc. in these specifications and attached drawings, the design and constructional aspects, including materials and dimensions, will be subject to good engineering practice in conformity with the required quality of the product, and to such, tolerances, allowances and requirements for clearances etc. as are necessary by virtue of various stipulations in that respect in the relevant Indian Standards, mc standards I.E. Rules, I.E. Act and Other statutory provisions.

1.3

The Tenderer/supplier shall bind himself to abide by these considerations to the entire satisfaction of the purchaser and will be required to. Adjust such details at no. extra cost to the purchaser over and above the tendered rates and prices

1.4

TOLERANCES:

Tolerances an all the dimensions shall be in accordance with provisions made in the relevant Indian/1EC standards and in these specifications. Otherwise the same will be governed by good engineering practice in conformity with required quality of the product.

2.

SERVICE CONDITIONS:

The Distribution Transformers to be supplied against this Specification, shall be suitable for satisfactory continuous Operation under the following climatic conditions as per IS 2026 (part-I) latest revision.

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Annexure-D

i. Max. peak ambient air temperature

ii. Max. relative humidity

iii. Max. annual rainfall

iv. Max. wind pressure

v. Max. altitude above mean sea level

vi. Seismic level (Horizontal acceleration)

vii. Reference ambient temperature for Temperature rise

: 50 Deg.C : 100% : 1450 mm : 150 kg/sq.m : 1000 mtrs. : 0.3g. : 50 Deg.C

The equipment shall be for use in moderately hot and humid tropical climate, conducive to rust and fungus growth.

3.

Principal parameters:

 

The transformers shall be suitable for outdoor installation with single phase, 50 c/s 11kv system in which the neutral is effectively earthed and they should be suitable for service under fluctuations in supply voltage upto plus 10% to minus

15%.

 

The transformer shall conform to the following specific parameters.

 
   

Sl.

 

Item

 

Specification

 

No.

 
 

1.

Continuous rated capacity

15

kVA

25

kVA

 

2.

System voltage (max)

12

kV

12

kV

 

3.

Rated voltage HV

11/3kV

11/3kV

 

4.

Rated voltage LV

250V

250V

 

5.

Line current HV

2.52A

3.94A

 

6.

Line current LV

64A

100A

 

7.

Frequency

50

c/s

50

c/s

 

8.

No. of phases

single

single

 

9.

Type of cooling

ONAN

ONAN

 

10.

Type of transformer

Outdoor

Outdoor

 

11.

Tap changing arrangement

Not applicable

Not applicable

 

12.

Over fluxing limit

12.5%

12.5%

 

13.

permissible temperature rise over ambient under full load condition

   
 

i) Of top oil measured by thermometer

35

Deg.C

35

Deg.C

 

ii) Of winding measured by resistance

40

Deg.C

40

Deg.C

 

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Minimum clearances in air

As per IS:1180 latest

As per IS:1180 latest

 

a)

HV phase to neutral (mm)

140

140

 

b) LV phase to neutral (mm)

40

40

4.

Design & construction:

 

4.1

Winding connection & terminal arrangements:

 

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For HV live end should brought out through 12 kV bushing and the other end of HV, which is intendent to be earth, shall be brought out in 1.1kV bushing (HV neutral bushing) provision shall be made for connecting the neutral HV terminal to local earth. The secondary (LV) winding shall be connected LV bushings. The HV bushing (live) shall be provided on top cover and the remaining three bushing shall be provided on the sidewall of the tank and below top cover.

4.2

Bushings:

i) The bushings shall conform to the IS:2099/3347 as amended upto date. Bushings having the creepage distance suitable for highly polluted atmosphere and having type tested as per IS:3347 and IS:2099 latest version shall only be accepted. Minimum creepage distance shall be 25mm per KV.

ii) For HV, 12 kV class bushings and for earth / neutral of HV winding 1.1 kV bushing shall be used and for LV, 1.1 kV class bushings shall be used.

iii) The terminal arrangement shall not require a separate oil chamber.

iv) The HV bushings shall be mounted on top cover and LV bushings shall be mounted on sides of tank. The bushing rods and nuts shall be of brass.

v) The HV bushings shall not have arcing horns.

4.3

Core, windings and oil

4.3.1

Core material:

Transformer core shall be shell type or core type, wound core construction using prime quality CRGO steel with heat resistant insulating coating of Carlite. The core shall be properly stress relieved by annealing in inert atmosphere. The transformer shall be suitable for over fluxing (due to combined effect of voltage and frequency) up to 12.5% without injurious heating.

4.3.2

Flux density:

Flux density should not be more than 1.55 tesla at the rated voltage and frequency. Transformer core should be designed in such a way that it will not get saturated for any value of V/f(Voltage/frequency) ratio to the extent of 112.5% of rated value of V/f ratio (i.e. 11000/50 & 33000/50). Actual core design along with calculations in support of it should be enclosed with the offer. Overfluxing calculations shall be given at 112.5 % of rated value of V/f ratio along with the offer.

Material to be used for the transformer core shall be made of prime grade (M4 or

better) imported Cold rolled grain oriented (CRGO) laminations and not from

second grade steel laminations. Only those bidders who directly imported CRGO either from the manufacturer or through their accredited marketing organization of repute (and not through any agent) shall be considered. In support of this requirement the bidder should give an undertaking in the form of affidavit on Rs.100% stamp paper, duly notarized, in the specified format enclosed as Annexure ‘I’. The bidder shall upload the Undertaking online after scanning from the Original and converting the document into pdf form . The same Original Undertaking shall be submitted physically along with the offer.

Test reports for specific loss, chemical analysis, surface insulation resistance have to be submitted during stage inspection.

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4.3.3

Winding.

HV and LV windings shall be wound from Aluminium/Copper conductors with

DPC / Polyesterimide enamel (Class H) insulation. The enamel covering shall conform to Grade-II of 13730 Part-8 or IEC 63017 Part-8. The windings shall be progressively wound in LV-HV coil design for better voltage regulation and mechanical strength. The inner layer simulation shall be of Epoxy dotted paper.

The type of winding shall be indicated in the tender whether LV windings are of

conventional type or foil wound. Winding must be done in cleanest possible atmosphere to prevent possible accumulation of dust particles. The coil shall be

further processed for dimensional control, improved bonding and for improving short circuit withstand capability.The provision of ducts in winding will depend on temperature rise limit and design calculations. However if required the size should be 3 mm.

The current density of the winding shall not be more than 1.2 A/mm² for Aluminium and 2.8 A/mm² for Copper. Test reports for material characteristics like density, tensile strength, and elongation moisture content, ash content, dielectric strength, thickness of resin etc. for epoxy dotted paper shall be submitted during stage inspection.

The Minimum clearance for HV winding to LV winding should be 2 mm and HV

winding to tank should be 10mm,

4.3.4

Core coil assembly.

Core coil assembly shall be further processed in oven for removal of moisture.

4.3.5

Oil:

The

insulating oil shall comply with the requirements of IS335/1993. Oil shall be

filled under vacuum only.

4.4

Bushing terminals:

HV

terminal shall be designed to directly received ACSR conductor Upto 7/2.59

(without requiring the use of lug) and the LV terminals shall be suitable for directly receiving LT cables (Aluminium) ranging from 50 Sq.mm to 70 Sq.mm

mm

both

in vertical and horizontal position and the arrangements should be such as to

avoid bimetallic corrosion. Terminal connectors must have type tested as per

IS:5561.

4.5

Tank:

4.5.1 The oil volume inside the tank shall be such that even under the extreme operating conditions, the pressure generated inside the tank does not exceed 0.4 kg/Sq.cm positive or negative. There must be sufficient space from the core to the top cover to take core of oil expansion. The Minimum oil volume shall be 30litre for 15KVA and 40 litre for 25KVA.

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4.5.2

The tank cover shall have plasticized surface at the top to guard against bird faults. Alternatively, suitable insulating shrouds shall be provided on the bushing terminals.

4.5.3 (a) The transformer tank shall be of robust construction round in shape and shall be built up of tested CRCA/MS sheet of the following thickness.

i)

Main tank

:

2.0 mm(min.)

ii)

Top cover

:

2.5 mm(min.)

iii)

Bottom Cover :

2.5 mm(min.)

(b)

The tank without oil is subjected to an air pressure of 80 Kpa above atmosphere for 30 minutes and 70 kPA for 30 min in vacuum as per IS1180 part2. Permanent deflection should not be more than the limits specified in IS 1180 part 2. Pressure test shall be performed carefully at the time of 1 st stage inspection only to confirm the adequacy of the tank strength and to be certified by E.E. (IW).

The long seam joint and other welds shall be oil tight and no deflection / bulging should occur during service.

Manufacturer should carry out the all welding operations as per the relevant ASME standards and submit a copy of the welding procedure qualifications and welder performance qualification certificates to the purchaser.

The bottom of the tank should be 25 mm above the transformer bottom and welded with channel.

Tank shall have permanent lugs for lifting the transformer bodily and there shall be facilities for lifting the core coil assembly separately.

The transformer tank and the top cover shall be designed in such a manner as to leave no external pockets in which water can lodge.

The transformer shall be provided with two mounting lugs suitable for fixing the transformer to a single pole by means of 2 bolts of 20 mm diameter as per ANSI C 57.12.20-1988.

Both mounting lugs are made with steel of min. 5 mm thickness.

Minimum oil level mark shall be embossed inside the tank.

Jump proof lips shall be provided for upper mounting lug.

Mounting lugs faces shall be in one plane.

The top cover shall be fixed to the tank by proper arrangement to avoid ingress of moisture.

Design of top cover shall be such that no water can lodge on the topside.

HV bushing pocket shall be embossed to topside of the top cover so as to eliminate ingression of moisture and water.

The edges of the top cover shall be formed, so as to cover the top end of the tank and gasket.

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Nitrile / neoprene rubber gaskets conforming to latest IS 4253 part-II shall be provided between tank and top cover.

5.

Tank sealing:

The space on the top of the oil shall be filled with dry air or nitrogen. The dry air or nitrogen plus oil volume inside the tank shall be such that even under extreme operating conditions, the pressure generated inside the tank does not exceed 0.4 kg/sq.cm positive or negative. The nitrogen shall conform to commercial grade of the relevant standard.

5.1

Oil leakage test:

The oil leakage test shall be conducted on one unit selected from the offered lot of each rating. Transformer complete in all respects shall be subjected to the pressure of 0.4 kg/cm² and maintained for 10 minutes. No leakage should occur.

6.

Surface protection The transformer tanks should be powder coated, with light cream colour paint

(shade:RAL7035).

Steel surface of the tank shall be prepared by sand / shot blast or chemical cleaning including phosphating as per IS 3618. Heat resistance paint (Hot oil proof) shall be provided inside the tank. On external surface one quote of thermosetting power paint.

7.

Rating and terminal plates:

Rating and terminal marking plate: Each transformer shall be provided with non detachable name, rating and terminal marking plate fitted on a visible position. All details shall be given on one plate. Material of the plate shall be stainless steel only. Thickness shall be 0.9 mm (with a tolerance of +/-0.1 mm). The plate shall be made absolutely undetectable – either through welding or riveting or through any other approved method. There shall be a rating plate on the transformer containing the information given in the relevant Indian Standard. The HV winding terminals shall be marked 1U and 1N. The corresponding secondary terminal shall be marked as 2µ and 2n.

Besides other particulars, following details shall also be given on the name plate.

Order No. – Month & year.

Sr. No. of transformer.

Date of manufacturing – month & year

Date of expiry of guarantee period – month & year

Maximum guaranteed No load & load loss figures

Name and full address of the manufacturer.

Capacity

Rating.

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ALL DETAILS ON THE RATING AND DIAGRAM PLATE SHALL BE INDELIGIBLY MARKED I.E. BY ENGRAVING OR PUNCHING.

8.

Pressure release device:

The transformer shall be equipped with a self-sealing pressure release device design to operate at a minimum pressure of 8-PSI (0.564 kg/cm²).

9.

Protection:

The transformer shall have the following additional fittings as its integral part:

9.1

The transformer shall have the following CSP features:

a) Internal HV fuses on the HT side of transformer: Specification for the HT fuses: Expulsion / any other suitable fuse placed in series with primary winding. This fuse is mounted normally inside of the primary bushing and is connected to the high voltage winding through a terminal block. This has to protect that part of the electrical distribution system which is ahead of the distribution transformers from faults which occur inside the distribution transformers i.e., either the windings or some other part of the transformer. It shall be ensured that this fuse does not blow for faults on the secondary side (LT side) of the transformer i.e. the blowing characteristics of the fuse and LT breaker shall be so coordinated that the fuse shall not blow for any faults on the secondary side of the transformer and these faults shall be cleared by the LT breaker only.

b) Internally mounted oil immersed LT breaker on the LV side of the transformer.

LT circuit Breaker: All LT faults after the breaker shall be cleared by this breaker. As such, it shall be designed for perfect coordination with the HT fuse link. The supplier shall furnish the time/current characteristics of LT circuit breaker and 11kV fuses for various current multiples. The two characteristics shall be drawn on the same sheet to indicate coordination between the circuit breaker and fuse. This shall be based on the type test carried out on one of the transformers. In addition, the supplier shall carry out coordination test as indicated above, and this forms one of the tests for acceptance.

The breaker is to be mounted on the secondary side of the transformer under oil to minimize premature operations from primary surges as would be with undersized line fuses. Two single pole elements is preferred. The breaker shall be coordinated thermally with the transformer rating to follow closely the variation of coil temperature due to fluctuations in loads and ambient temperatures.

This is to be accomplished by connecting the breaker in series between the secondary winding and the load current. The breaker shall be located on the same oil as the core and coil assembly so that the bimetal are sensitive to the temperature of oil as well as the load current.

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The circuit breaker may be an electro-mechanical device with three elements viz. (a) temperature sensing (b) latching and tripping and (c) current interrupting. The temperature sensing function might be accomplished through the use of bimetallic strips which would be built into the breaker, such that load current of the transformer follows through them. In addition to this, a magnetic tripping device is to be provided for increasing the opening speed of the breaker under high fault

conditions. The circuit breaker shall be mounted inside of the transformer so that these bimetallic strips are within the top oil layer of the transformer. The latching and tripping functions of the circuit breaker may be carried out within assembly similar to those used in industrial type air circuit breaker. The circuit breaker shall also be closed and opened manually standing on ground and with a magnetic trip device also. The current interruption element shall consist of copper current carrying parts plus a set of copper tungsten current interrupting contacts. The magnetic element shall increase the opening speed of the circuit breaker under high fault current conditions. The response of circuit breaker to the activity shall remain unchanged by the addition of the magnetic trip element. The specification

to which the breakers conform shall be indicated.

LOAD MANAGEMENT SIGNAL LIGHT:

A signal light, controlled by a bimetal in the breaker shall switch on when the

transformer load reaches a predetermined level indicating that the transformer has been over-loaded. The load management signal light shall perform two functions.

It shall show visually when the particular transformer has been operating in an

overload condition and shall provide knowledge that for good system management, the economical change out point for the transformer is fast approaching. The signal light need not indicate temporary overloads and shall turn on only when the overload condition has existed at a given level for a certain length of time.

The LT circuit breaker shall have a set of auxiliary contacts built-in for signal light operation. These, normally open contact, shall form part of the signal light circuit. The signal light circuit shall consist of an auxiliary transformer winding (one or two turns) which generates about 4V, for the signal light contact set within the circuit breaker, and the signal light is to be mounted on the transformer tank. The signal light contact set is mechanically connected to the main circuit breaker latching and bimetal system. The signal light mechanism is adjusted so that the signal light contacts will close at a pre-set thermal condition which occurs before the main latching system opens the main contact. The net result is a visual external indication that a pre-set load condition has reached by the transformer. The signal light mechanism does not reset itself when the load drops off, the signal light remains lighted once the signal light contact closes and can only be turned off by manually operating the external circuit breaker handle.

ALTERNATIVE FOR (b)

b) Externally mounted MCCB for LV side:

Single pole MCCB is to be provided on LV side with thermal trip release with inverse time current characteristics for overload protection and magnetic trip release for instantaneous tripping in the wake of short circuits.

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Application

Outdoor (enclosed)

Utilization category

A (IS 13947)

Type

Thermal and magnetic trip free mechanism

Number of poles

One

reference ambient temperature

40

Deg.C

Rated insulation level

 

600V

Impulse withstand

8 kV peak

Rated operational voltage

 

250V

Continuous current rating

100 A for 25 kVA and 64 A for 15 kVA

Breaking capacity

10

kA at 240V

Terminal capacity

2x25 Sq.mm Aluminium cable

Applicable standard

IS 13947 Part-2 latest.

Time current characteristics

To co-ordinate with HV fuse

The time current characteristics and co-ordination with HV fuse shall be submitted along with the offer.

MCCB is to be fixed in an enclosure (IS 55) in ready to be used condition and to be mounted on the transformer before installation on the pole. The enclosure shall be made with sheet steel of thickness not less than 1.6 mm. It shall be painted both inside and outside with powder coating. Enclosure shall have providing for pad locking arrangement. Detachable gland plate shall be provided for taking connections from MCCB and transformer bushing terminal.

Signal light (Led Indicating lamp):

The MCCB enclosure shall be provided with LED indicating lamp to indicate tripping of MCCB. An auxiliary relay with changeover contacts can be used to connect LED indicating lamp to the transformer secondary terminals if MCCB is not having auxiliary contacts. In case the MCCB trips or switched OFF, the relay contacts are closed which turns ON the LED indicating lamp. When the MCB is reset and switched ON, the indicating lamp switches OFF. Signal light shall be arranged to avoid damages while handling the MCCB enclosure at site.

9.2

11kV Lightning Arresters:

High surge capacity 9kV 5 kA lightning arresters (dis-connector type) conforming to IS:3070/1974 shall be mounted on the transformer, clamped securely to the tank, to protect the transformer and associated line equipment from the occasional high voltage surges resulting from lighting or switching operations. The earthing terminal of the lightning arrestors shall be connected solidly to the transformer tank earthing in terminal.

10.

FITTINGS:

The following standard fittings shall be provided.

a) Two earthing terminals.

b) Tao lifting lugs.

c) Rating and terminal marking plates

d) Metal oxide lightning surge arrester with Dis-connector.

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e) Pressure relief device.

f) HV bushings.

g) LV bushings.

h) HV & LV terminal connectors

i) Top cover- fixing clamps

j) Mounting lugs – 2 Nos.

k) LV earthing arrangement

l) Protection cover (Plasticised cover on live parts)

m) Circuit breaker, operating mechanism

n) Signal light

o) Five year guarantee plate

p) HV fuse

q) Any other fitting necessary for satisfactory performance.

11.

FASTERNERS.

All bolts, studs, screw threads, pipe threads, bolt heads and nuts shall comply with the appropriate Indian standards for metric threads or the technical equivalent.

Bolts or studs shall not be less than 6 mm in diameter except when used for small wiring terminals.

All nuts and pins shall be adequately locked.

Wherever possible bolts shall be fitted in such a manner that in the event of failure of locking resulting in the nuts working loose and falling off, the bolt will remain in position.

All ferrous bolts, nuts and washers placed in outdoor positions shall be treated to prevent corrosion by hot dip galvanizing except high tensile steel bolts and spring washers, which shall be Electro, galvanized. Appropriate precautions shall be taken to prevent electrolytic action between dissimilar materials.

Each bolt or stud shall project at least one thread but not more than three threads through the nut, except when otherwise approved for terminal board studs or relay stems. If bolts are provided at inaccessible places for ordinary spanners, special spanners shall be provided.

The length of screwed portion of the bolts shall be such that no screw thread may form part of a sheer plane between members.

Taper washers may be provided where necessary. Protective washers of suitable material shall be provided front and back of the securing screws.

12.

LOSSES:

The total losses at 50% loading and 100% loading following values:

shall not exceed the

Voltage

Rating

Max. Losses at 50% load in watts at 75°C

Max.

Losses

at

Ratio

KVA

100% load watts at 75°C

in

11/3/250 V

15

85

 

300

11/3/250 V

25

115

 

390

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These losses are maximum allowable and there would not be any positive tolerance. Transformers with higher losses than the above-specified losses would be rejected.

13.

IMPEDANCE:

The recommended percentage impedance at rated frequency and at 75 deg. C is 2.5% with tolerance as per IS-2026.

Bids not conforming to the limits indicated above will be treated as non- responsive.

14.

TEMPERATURE RISE:

The temperature rise over ambient shall not exceed the limits described below.

Top oil temperature rise measured by thermometer Winding temperature rise measured by resistance

:

35 deg. C 40 deg. C

:

The Maximum Hot spot temperature should be 98 deg. C based on yearly average ambient temperature 32 deg. C (as per IS 2026).

Bids not conforming to the above limits of temperature rise will be treated as non-responsive.

15.

TESTS:

All the equipment offered shall be fully type tested by the bidder as per the relevant standards as mentioned at clause 15.2.

15.1.

ROUTINE TESTS:

The following routine tests have to be conducted on each transformer (at the cost of the supplier)

1. Ratio, polarity tests.

2. No load current and losses at rated voltage and normal frequency.

3. Load losses at rated current and normal frequency.

4. Impedance Voltage test.

5. Resistance of windings cold (at or near the test bed temp.)

 

6. Insulation resistance.

7. Induced over voltage withstand test.

8. Separate source voltage withstand test.

9. Measurement of voltage ratio and check of voltage vector relationship

10. Co-ordination test

11. Oil Break down voltage test

15.2

Type tests & special tests:

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15.2.1

In addition to routine tests as above, the transformers offered in the bid should have been successfully type tested for the following type tests, within the last five years prior to the date of opening of the tender, at laboratories accredited by National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) in accordance with IS-2026/1977 as amended from time to time.

 

i.

Impulse voltage withstand test as per Clause No.13 of IS-2026 (Part- III)/81. Impulse voltage withstand test shall be for 75 kVp for 11 kV Class transformers respectively.

ii.

Dynamic Short circuit withstand test.

 

If similar type test reports are available as per Technical specification the same should be submitted along with offer. If type test reports are not available, type test reports are to be submitted before commencement of supply.

15.2.2

In case the tenderer does not possess the type test reports for any or all the tests as indicated above, the tenderer shall have to carry out these type tests at his cost before commencement of supply.

15.2.3

Temperature rise test and air pressure test shall be carried out at manufacturer’s works in the presence of MSEB’s representative at the time of inspection of first lot. The copies of type test reports shall be submitted to Chief Engineer (Distribution) for approval before commencement of supply.

16.

Drawings & Documents:

One copy of the dimensional and internal construction drawing of each transformer shall be submitted with the tender and for detail please refer clause no. XXII ( c) of Instruction to Tenderer.

16.1

The following documents shall invariably be submitted with the offer:

 

1) All the relevant information in Guaranteed Technical Particular

2)

(GTP)shall be submitted online. Drawings required as per clause number 16.0.

3)

Heat dissipation calculations. (Heat dissipation by tank walls excluding top and bottom should be 500 W/sq.m.)

17.

Documentary evidence:

The tenderer will have to produce documentary evidence for the purchase of CRGO Sheet, oil and copper wire/Aluminium wire.

Test reports for properties/parameters of copper wire, Insulating materials, bushings, mild steel, gaskets to be submitted during 1 st stage inspection.

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18.

Testing facility:

The tenderer should have in-house testing facility for all routine and acceptance tests and also arrangement for measurement of losses, resistance, etc. details of which will be enumerated in the tender.

19.

Submission of Routine Test Certificate:

The successful tenderer shall submit the routine test certificate along with documentary evidence for having paid the Excise Duty for the following raw materials viz. Oil, Copper/Aluminium for conductors, insulating materials, core materials, bushings at the time of routine testing of the fully assembled transformer.

20.

Inspection:

In respect of raw materials such as core stamping, winding conductor, insulating paper and oil, you shall use these materials manufactured/supplied by the standard manufacturers and furnish the manufacturers’ test certificates as well as the proof of purchase from these manufacturers (documentary evidence for having paid the Excise Duty and/or Customs Duty etc.) for information of the purchaser.

The successful tenderer will give 15 days advance intimation to the purchaser to organize for state inspection of the transformer in which the assembly of core and the winding could be inspected.

21.

Inspection & Testing of Transformer Oil:

To ascertain the quality of the transformer oil, the original manufacturer’s test report should be submitted at the time of inspection. Also arrangements should be made for testing of transformer oil, after taking out the sample from the manufactured transformers and tested in the presence of purchaser’s representative or in an independent laboratory.

22.

LOADING OF TRANSFORMER:

The transformer shall be suitable for loading as per IS 6600/1972. The tenderer should state clearly the percentage overload the transformer can take for a continuous period of one hour.

23.

Schedules for G.T.P:

23.1

The tenderer shall fill in the Guaranteed Technical Particulars (G.T.P) on line and which form part of the tender specification and offer. The specific values shall be furnished, further only quoting of IS reference or writing, “as per drawing enclosed,” “as per MSEB requirement” is not sufficient. If the G.T.P is not submitted duly filled in with the offer, the offer shall be liable for rejection. The schedule ‘A’ & ‘A-1’ i.e Guaranteed Technical Particulars enclosed along with this technical specification are indicative only.

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23.2

The tenderer shall submit the list of orders for similar type of equipment, executed or under execution during the last three years, with full details in the required documents Online to enable the purchaser to evaluate the tender.

24.

CHALLENGE TESTING:

The manufacturer can also request challenge testing for any test based on specification and losses. The challenger would request for testing with testing fees. The challenge test fees are proposed at least three times the cost of testing. This is likely to deter unnecessary challenges. The challenger would have the opportunity to select the sample from the store and any such challenge should be made with in the guarantee period. The party challenged, challenger and the utility could witness the challenge testing.

The challenge testing would cover following tests:

1. Measurement of magnetizing current.

2. No load losses test.

3. Load losses test (at 50 % loading or as per acceptance test).

4. Temperature rise test.

The challenge test could be conducted at NABL Laboratory, like ERDA and CPRI. If the values are within the limits the products gets confirmed else not confirmed. No positive tolerance in losses is permitted. If the product is not confirmed the manufacturer would pay the challenge fee and challenger would get the fee refunded. However as a redressal system the challenger would be allow to ask for fresh testing of two or more samples from the store and the same be tested in NABL Laboratory in presence of party challenge, challenger and the utility.

If any one of the above sample does not confirm the test, then the product is said to have failed the test. In such cases the manufacturer will be declared as unsuccessful manufacturer for the said product with wide publicity and would not allow to complete in tenders of the MSEDCL for the period of three years and heavy penalty would be imposed.

25.0

QUALIFYING REQUIREMENT.

25.1

The bidder should have proven experience of not less than 5 years in Design , Manufacture, supply and Testing at work for equipment/materials offered for equal or higher voltage class/capacity . The equipment /material offered by bidder should be in the successful operation , at least for two years as on the date of submission of the tender.

25.2

The bidder should have adequate inhouse testing facilities for conducting acceptance tests in accordance with relevant IS.

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25.3

Annual Turnover – Minimum annual turnover of the Tenderer shall be Rs 25 Crores during any one of last three financial years.

25.4

The bidder should furnish all the relevant documentary evidence to establish the Fulfillment of the above requirement .

25.5

The bidder not meeting the requirement at clause no. 25.1 can also participate , provided they have valid ongoing collaboration with a manufacturer who has at least 10 years experience in the Design, manufacture and testing of the equipment of the type and class offered which have been in satisfactory service for a period of at least seven years . In such an event the bidder shall furnish along with the bid the documentary evidence for the same and undertaking from the bidder and collaboration accepting joint and several liability for all obligations under the contract.

25.6

The bidder who does not meet the above Qualifying requirement of experience (clause no.25.1) may be considered for Trial Order subject to fulfilling the following Requirements along with clause no. 25.2 to 25.4 .

25.7

The bidder shall have the basic infrastructure for the design , manufacture and supply of the items offered , like machinery , technical know-how, capacity , etc.

25.8

The purchaser is satisfied with the designing , manufacturing , supplying and financial capacity of the bidder after inspecting the supplier’s works .

25.9

Notwithstanding anything stated above, the purchaser’s decision in this regard will be final.

26.0

Cost Data Sheet The bidders shall submit the cost data sheets indicating the break up of prices and quantity of each raw material and components along with the unit rates required for manufacture of offered transformers along with the offer. The cost data sheet format is enclosed herewith as Annexure ‘II’. The cost data sheets shall be scrutinized by CPA section.

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STANDARDS

Indian Standard

 

Title

 

International Internationally recognized standard

&

ISS-2026(Part-I to

Specification for Power Transformer

 

IV)

ISS-1180

Outdoor

Three

Phase

Distribution

IEC-76

Transformer

 

ISS-3347/1967

Specification for Porcelain Transformer Bushings

DIN 42531,2,3

ISS-7421/1974

Specification for Low Voltage Bushings

 

ISS-12444

Specification for copper wire rods

ASTM B – 49

ISS-5484

Specification for Aluminium wire rods

ASTM B – 233

ISS-335/1983

Specification for Transformer Oil

BS 148/ASTM D1275,

D1533, IEC Pub 296-

1969

ISS-6600/1972

Guide

for

loading

of

oil

immersed

IEC 76

transformers

 

ISS-2099/1973

High Voltage Porcelain Bushings

IEC 137

ISS 9335

Specification for Insulating Kraft Paper

IEC 554

ISS 1576

Specification for Insulating Press Board

IEC 641

IS: 5/1961

Specification for Colours

   

Material conforming to other internationally accepted standards, which ensure equal or higher quality than the standards mentioned above would also be acceptable. In case the Bidders who wish to offer material conforming to the other standards, salient points of difference between the standards adopted and the specific standards shall be clearly brought out in relevant schedule. Four copies of such standards with authentic English Translations shall be furnished along with the offer.

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SEAL & SIGNATURE OF THE TENDERER

ANNEXURE ‘D’

SCHEDULE – A GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS OF SINGLE PHASE DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMER

Sl.

       

No.

 

Description

15 KVA

25 KVA

1.

Name of the manufacturer and place of manufacturer

     

2.

Continuous max. rating as per this specification.

kVA

 

15

 

25

3.

Normal ratio of transformer

kV

11/3 kV/250 V

11/3 kV/250 V

4.

Method of Connection HV / LV

     

5.

Max. Current density in Windings.

     
 

a) Higher voltage Amps/Sq.cm

Al/Cu

1.2

/ 2.8

1.2

/ 2.8

 

b) Lower voltage Amps/Sq.cm

Al/Cu

1.2

/ 2.8

1.2

/ 2.8

6.

Max. Hot Spot Temp. Deg. C. (Ambient air temp. on which above is based)

     

7.

a)

Max. Observable Oil temp.

     

Deg.C. (Ambient air temp. on which above is based)

 

b)

Max. Winding Temperature

     

Deg.C (Ambient air temp. on

which above is based).

8.

Maximum Core loss at rated voltage and frequency (watts)

     

9.

Maximum Load loss at 50% loading at 75ºC (watts)

     

10.

Maximum Load loss at 100% loading at 75ºC (watts)

     

11.

Efficiency at normal voltage

     
 

i) Unity Power Factor

     
 

a)

At 50% Load

     
 

b)

At 75% Load

     
 

c)

At full Load

     
 

ii)

0.8 Power Factor

     
 

a)

At 50% Load

     
 

b)

At 75% Load

     
 

c)

At full Load

     

12.

Regulation as percentage of normal voltage.

:

   
 

a) At unity power factor %

:

   
 

b) At 0.8 Power factor lagging %

:

   

13.

% Impedance voltage at normal ratio between HV & LV Windings

     

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Sl.

       

No.

 

Description

15 KVA

25 KVA

14.

Type of transformers, shell type / core type wound core

:

   

15.

Type of Insulation used in

:

   
 

a) HV Windings

 

:

   
 

b) LV Windings

 

:

   

16.

Type of insulation used in

:

   
 

a) Core bolts

 

:

   
 

b) Core bolt washers

:

   
 

c) End plates

 

:

   
 

d) Core lamination

:

   

17.

Impulse test voltage level

:

   
 

HV

Windings

 

:

   
 

LV

Windings

 

:

   

18.

Characteristics of transformer oil

:

As per IS 335 Latest Version

19.

Total content of oil in liters

:

   

20.

i) Approx. overall dimensions

     
 

a) Height

mm

     
 

b) Breadth

mm

     
 

c) Width

mm

     
 

ii)

Tank dimensions

     
 

a) Diameter

mm

     
 

b) Height

mm

     

21.

Weight of insulated conductor

     
 

a) HV (min.) kg.

       
 

b) LV (min.) kg.

       

22.

Weight of core (min.) kg. (CRGO)

     

23.

Weight of complete transformer Arrange for transport (kg.)

     

24.

Resistance at rated current & frequency.

     
 

a) HV

Ohms.

     
 

b) LV

Ohms.

     

25.

Resistance of windings at 75 Deg. C per phase

     
 

a) HV

Ohms.

     
 

b) LV

Ohms.

     

26.

Bushings

   

Dry

Wet

Impulse

 

withstand

withstand

withstand (kV)

(kV)

(kV)

 

12 KV (Normal Voltage Rating)

     
 

1.1KV (Normal Voltage Rating)

     

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No.

Description

15 KVA

25 KVA

27.

Make,Material of bushings rod/nuts & Bushing caps

HV

   

Brass

LV

Brass

28.

Make, type and technical details of LV breakers

       

29.

Make and rating of LA

       

30.

Make rating and type of HT fuses.

       

SEAL & SIGNATURE OF THE TENDERER

ANNEXURE ‘D’

 

SCHEDULE ‘A-1’ ADDITIONAL GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS

 

Sr.

 

DESCRIPTION

PARTICULARS

No.

 

(15 KVA)

 

(25 KVA)

1

Core Grade

     

2

Core diameter mm

     

3

Gross core area mm

     

4

Net core area mm

     

5

Flux density

     

6

Weight of core

     

7

Loss per Kg. Core at the specified flux density

     

8

Core window height.

     

9

Center to center distance

     

10

No. of LV turns

     

11

No. of HV turns

     

12

Size of LV conductor bare covered mm

   

13

Size of HV conductor bare covered mm

   

14

No. of parallels.

     

15

Current density of LV winding A/Sq.mm

   

16

Current density of HV winding A/Sq.mm

   

17

Weight of LV winding copper/Aluminium for transformer (Kg)

   

18

Weight of HV winding copper/Aluminium for transformer (Kg)

   

19

No. of LV coil per phase

     

20

No. of HV coil per phase

     

21

Height of LV winding mm.

     

22

Height of HV winding mm.

     

23

ID/OD of LV winding mm.

     

24

ID/OD of HV winding mm.

     

25

Size of the duct in LV winding mm.

     

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26

Size of the duct in HV winding mm.

27

Size of the duct between HV & LV mm.

28

HV

winding to LV clearance mm.

29

HV

winding to tank clearance mm.

30

Calculated impedance.

31

HV

bushing to earth creepage distance.

32

LV

bushing to earth creepage distance.

SEAL & SIGNATURE OF THE TENDERER

Annexure ‘I’

Format of undertaking in form of Affidavit as an evidence of direct import of CRGO Laminations .

This is to certify that the M/s ------------------------------------------------- is importing prime grade CRGO laminations from the manufacturer or reputed accredited marketing organization .The details of manufacturer/reputed accredited marketing organization as above are as under.

Name

of

the

Order

Material

Quantity

Rate

manufacturer

Reference

specification

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Annexure ‘II’

Format of cost data sheet

Item:-----------------------

KVA,

----------------KV,

Distribution

Transformer

 

Sr.

Particulars

Unit

Unit

Quantity

Amount

No.

Rate

Rs.

1

Core ( M4 or Better)

Kg

     

2

Aluminium/Copper with

Kg

DPC/Enamel

for

HV

Winding

3

Aluminium/Copper with

Kg

DPC/Enamel

for

LV

Winding

4

Insulation Paper

----

5

Oil

Ltrs.

6

Tank

No.

7

Channels

-----

8

Bushings

-----

9

Others

Lumpsum

 

Wastage@%

       

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