ORISSA POWER TRANSMISSION CORPORATION LIMITED

CONSTRUCTION OF SUBSTATION ALONG WITH TRANSMISSION LINE & ASSOCIATED SYSTEMS

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

VOLUME-IIA
BID DOCUMENT NO: NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02

(PACKAGE-2) NTPC ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY LIMITED

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS
• This volume (Volume-IIA) of technical specification comprises of two parts- Scope of Works & Guaranteed Technical Particulars (GTP) & shall be read in conjunction with technical specification Volume-II as they are integral parts of Technical Specification. • Bidders shall fill up complete Guaranteed Technical Particulars (GTP) & shall submit along with Technical Bid (Part-1).

SCOPE OF WORKS
FOR

(PACKAGE-2)
ON TURNKEY BASIS SUBSTATION & TRANSMISSIONN LINE PACKAGE
VOL-IIA
PACKAGE REF. NO:- NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02

IMPORTANT NOTE

THE BIDDERS ARE ADVISED TO VISIT THE SITE BEFORE QUOTING THE BID. THEY SHOULD ASCERTAIN ALL THE REQUIRED DATA FOR TURNKEY COMPLETION OF THE SUBSTATION AND ASSOCIATED TRANSMISSION LINES SUCH AS; 1. SOIL BEARING CAPABILITY. 2. REQUIRED BENCHING AND FILLING FOR SITE LEVELLING. 3. TYPE OF STRUCTURES FOR BOTH LINE & SUBSTATION. 4. TOTAL QUANTITY OF ATERIALS/STRUCTURES/EQUIPMENTS. 5. TYPE OF FOUNDATIONS FOR ERECTION OF LINE TOWERS & SUB STATION EQUIPMENTS/STRUCTURES. 6. ASCERTAINING THE LENGTH OF THE REQUIRED BOUNDARY WALL, FENCING AND ROADS. 7. ANY OTHER DATA REQUIRED FOR DESIGNING OF THE LINE & SUBSTATION.

pump house. The makes of the equipments/components/materials shall be approved by the employer before placement of the order with the contractor/manufacturer with necessary credentials. Extension of existing substations where ever required. as detailed in the specifications and schedule of quantities and in subsequent clauses except supply of power transformer and PLCC indoor equipments which shall be supplied by the Employer. manufacture. erect. construction of earth mat. Execution of all civil works as per schedule for erection of all substation equipments. cable trench. roads. culverts. removing and erection of PLCC equipments has been provided in the technical specification. commissioning of all equipment and handing over of the substation bays complete in all respect as per approved scheme and to the satisfaction of the Employer including statutory inspection. rain water harvesting arrangements etc. M/S ORISSA POWER TRANSMISSION CORPOTATION LIMITED. their associated terminal bays & new substations at various locations in the state of Odisha as outlined in the detailed scope of work. Construction of new transmission lines. ii) iii) iv) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-1 of 22 . An indicative structural layout of the substation has been provided in the technical specification which may be followed as a basis for finalization of the substation structural layout in consultation with OPTCL. testing. unload. boundary wall etc. connect to the system. The entire works are to be carried out on Turnkey Basis up to final commissioning of all substations and transmission lines and handing over the same to the Employer. as per the specification & details provided in the contract documents . The contractor shall load. Erection. drainage system. . store sheds. supply & commissioning of all equipments for different substations and transmission lines. Since there will be LILO on existing lines. The out line of the works includes i) Design. control rooms. transport. testing. structures and foundation of transformers. D&E type quarters.SCOPE OF WORK 1. The broad scope of work under this package covers i) ii) iii) Establishment of new substations. A general single line diagram showing installations. General The Employer is strengthening their Transmission and Distribution systems by way of constructing 220kV and 132kV transmission lines. the installations of PLCC equipment at remote (existing) end and proposed end of the substations shall be under the scope of the contractor. test and commission the power transformer & the PLCC equipments.

The work as mentioned in the price schedule shall generally be considered for the evaluation of the bid. (District-Khurda) i. storage at site. x) 2.v) The contractor (s) has the responsibility to arrange construction power supply for construction of the project. manufacture. 132/33 KV sub station comprising of (2X12. ix) Contractor has to obtain Project License in respect of the projects from the competent authority at his own cost. The expenditure for such arrangement till completion of the project shall be to the contractors account. ii. vi) vii) viii) The contractor shall have to engage his own security at his own cost for security of all the materials including owners supply materials (handed over to him for the site) that are required for successful completion of the project till final handing over of the entire work to OPTCL. commissioning complete in all respects and maintenance of plant and equipment until handing over of works in accordance with Conditions of Contract and the stipulations under various chapters of this specification at the prices stated in the Price Schedule for the following (a) At BANKI . erection. Detailed Scope of work The contractor shall be fully responsible for providing all equipment.5 MVA transformers) as per single line diagram attached for the purpose.69 kM on double circuit towers. type testing. prior to commencement of works. material. Associated 132 KV LILO transmission line of 19. The scope of work on Turnkey basis includes design. for proper understanding of the works involved in respect of each substation. handling. engineering. systems and services which are required to complete the construction and successful commissioning of the works in all respects excepting those specifically excluded under the clause “1. The contractor(s) has the responsibility to arrange clean water for construction and curing to the civil works. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-2 of 22 .2 .Specific exclusions” in the chapter “General Clauses”. site testing.-II). The scope of work includes the provision of one official copy of each Standard listed in the appropriate schedule. The Contractor shall also refer to the Technical Specification (Vol. transportation. (factory testing) supply on FOR destination site basis.

testing & commissioning of the following equipments: 1. 2 nos 132kV feeder bay extension at 220/132/33kV substation at Karadagadia A power map of Odisha is enclosed at the end of this chapter to help bidders locate the proposed work site. Current transformers 4. and metering systems 10. Circuit breakers 2. Steel structures for switchyard gantries and portals (lattice type). ACDC systems including all distribution boards. cable trays etc. Busbar. cabling accessories. ii. Testing and maintenance equipment NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-3 of 22 . Fire fighting systems and equipment 17. CVT. Surge arresters 8. iii. 14. control. Isolators 3. 132/33 KV sub station comprising of (3X40MVA) sub-station as per single line diagram attached for the purpose. Voltage transformers (capacitive and electromagnetic) 5. Post insulators 9. 6. Power and control cables. 2.1.337 kM on double circuit towers. Insulator strings and other hardware 12.1. circuit conductor and all conductor accessories 13. auxiliary transformers. BMKs shall be MS sheet of minimum 2mm thickness with aluminium alloy canopy of 3mm thickness. PLCC systems 11.(b) At IIT ARGUL (District-KHURDA) i. 7. Protection. CT. Earthing system and conductors 19. Electrical The scope includes but is not limited to i) Supply erection. Substations 2. IVT console boxes with aluminium alloy having minimum three mm thickness. battery and charger systems. and equipment (pipe or lattice type) including those for lightning protection 18. All other out door kiosks/boxes. Air conditioning plant and systems for control room 16. Associated 132 KV LILO transmission line of 19. 15.1.

Indoor PLCC equipments at both the ends iii) Only supply of the following equipments: 1.p. 2. 21. The contractor shall preferably NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-4 of 22 . delivery. propeller type conforming to IS: 2312 and designed for continuous use. The exact locations of fixing the exhaust fans will be finalized while approving drawing for control room building. The exhaust fans will be having 600 mm. ii. Mandatory spares for substation equipment being supplied under this contract as perBid proposal Sheet( BPS) schedule-3. The scope covers supply. 27. Lighting of substation area and substation buildings.1. Illumination and emergency lighting system at different locations. Installation of 220 V battery sets and 48 Volts Battery sets as proposed with suitable Battery chargers for the above batteries. Supply of all structural materials (columns & beams. ii) Erection. installation and commissioning of exhaust fans to provide ventilation of Control Room building. Disturbance recorder with Time synchronization. Exhaust fans as specified below are to be provided in the following locations of Control Room building above lintel level : i. The supply voltage of exhaust fans shall be 230 V A. as per specification and approved drawings for civil works of the substations including but not limited to the following: 1) Designing. Any other items required for completion of the project are also in the scope of this contract in order to complete the sub-station in all respect. Battery Room Toilet 8 No. AC and DC distribution boards as per requirement and as proposed. depending on rating of the fan. engineering. Event logger panel 24. 28.2.C.m. 1 No. Maintenance & testing equipment etc as per the list provided in relevant chapter of technical specifications. Bus bar protection scheme (for 220kV SS only). Civil works The design. consumables. Power transformers /auto transformers 2. 26. testing & commissioning of the following equipments: 1. 25. supply of all materials including cement and steel. 23. Sub station level PC/Lap top provision for Relay configuration with their software.20. 22. Control and relay panels as proposed. Diameter for battery room and 450 mm diameter for the toilet. 2. galvanizing and erection of structures on respective foundations detailed in specification for civil works. fabrication. 29. Exhaust fans will be having 4 poles to obtain a speed of 1440 r. hardware & fasteners etc) as per requirement.

The structure shall be RCC framed structure. one Ramp with winch for lifting the materials and lowering the materials up to 5 MT and out side platform to store the materials like transformer bushing. all foundations of columns. switch yard gates in the sub-station. The spreading will be done above a finished level of switch yard land by plain cement concrete of thickness 75 mm (ratio NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-5 of 22 . bus bar post insulator. E-type quarters. DG set room and fire fighting pump house. There shall be provision of a water cooler including water purifier inside the control room building. Provision of split type air conditioners inside the control room & PLCC room of Control Room building and conference area.adopt OPTCL designed standard structures for use in various substation. etc. 11) Anti termite treatment of switch yard and colony buildings. There shall be provision of electrical illumination facilities. CVT and other equipments. 9) Construction of all foundations for columns . CT’s. 5) Construction of sub-station retaining wall and fencing by GI heavy-duty goat mesh fencing and brick masonry retaining walls as per site requirement. 4) Site development including leveling. 2) Supply of all clamps. equipment structures. 10) Construction of foundation of transformer and reactors including supply and putting of rail from the service bay to the transformer plinth. 12) Switchyard buildings such as control room.all switchgear such as circuit breakers and isolators. 13) There shall be provision of store shed. the details of which are given at “Clause no 12” of this chapter.Stations. CVT’s and other substation equipment such as line traps. The quantity and rating of the connectors and clamps are dependent on the layout and requirement of the substation. Provisions of a security shed near the main gate. 6) Construction of boundary wall along the property line of the substation with Main gate. gantries . CT. filling & compacting of the sub-station area to the desired height. connectors and hardware required for commissioning of the substation. 7) Fencing of substation area and other areas 8) There shall be provision of plantations of fruit bearing plants and water tap provision for watering the plants in the sub-stations. 3) Soil testing for soil resistivity and soil bearing capacity before designing. 15) Supply and spreading of uniform 20mm nominal size HG metal of 100mm thick inside both the switch yard area of the Sub. security shed and two nos. Separate foundations for the marshalling boxes of the isolators are to be considered. 14) Construction of D-type.

20) Supply and putting of sub-station illumination system. Entire substation lighting system in the switch yard & colony shall be designed using under ground cables only. etc. 23) Township colony. which the contractor feels to be required for completion of the substation. Water tap provision shall be provided for pouring water into the earth pits constructed inside & around the periphery fence the switchyard.75 mtrs wide & the road inside switch yard shall be of concrete road as per technical specification. For street lighting one outdoor lighting kiosk with two incomers of 200A rating switch fuse units (SFU) & with six feeders of 32A rating fitted with MCB shall be considered. 22) Boring of two nos. Earth mat shall be designed using 75X10mm GI flat. 19) Construction of approach road to the new sub-stations as per requirement. Construction of periphery roads inside the fencing. residential quarters for staff and employees of the Employer including electrification. No over head conductors are permitted for this purpose. For lightening protection individual spike not less than 2. The roads inside the switchyard & at the periphery shall be of 3. Miscellaneous works like manholes soak pits. 25) All other materials. Anti weed treatment of the switch yard area to be made as per prevailing practice before spreading of PCC. trench. from pump house to Over head tank & from over head tank to all the distributaries system as per approval of the layouts. 18) Construction of cable trenches with trays & covers & sump pit with pump.5mtrs shall be provided on each column of the switchyard. The other roads main and approach road shall be 7 mtrs wide and shall be bitumen grading. fencing. Making water supply arrangement for the colony and the Substation area including supply & erection of PVC pipe & its fittings. within the switchyard. water supply & other amenities for quarters. RCC.1:4:8). as per requirement. 16) Construction of drainage system of the sub-stations and the newly constructed quarters & flood water discharge systems. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-6 of 22 . All the light fittings shall be metal halide type & these fittings shall be mounted on switch yard portal structures such as columns & beams. Similar type of out door kiosk shall be considered for colony power supply with 200A SFU & ten out going feeder of 32A rating fitted with MCB shall be considered 21) Designing and providing the earth mat and earthing of the sub-station lighting protection. equipment earthing etc. 17) Construction of rain water harvesting arrangements in the substation. 24) Civic amenities for the township including drainage and sewerage systems. No separate lighting mast is required. new bore wells at a suitable location including construction of RCC pump house with 5 HP submersible pumps and its control inside the new proposed substation area. The earthing shall be extended beyond 2 mtrs from the fencing and the fencing earthing are also to be taken care.

Electrical System Data of 400/220/132/33 1. However the details of ROW issues has been indicated in Special Condition of Contract (SCC) –Vol. the details of which is given at “Clause no. Highest System Voltage (kV) 3. ACSR conductors. GI earth wire etc and its stringing. Galvanized Structural materials of towers as per requirement. Basic Insulation Level (KVP) i) Bus 1550/1050/650/170 1550/1050/650/170 1300/1050/650/170 520/460/275/80 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-7 of 22 400/220/132/33 420/245/145/36 Effectively earthed ii) Equipment other than Transformer iii) Transformer 5. 3.-1A. OPTCL adopted standard towers shall preferably be used for the transmission line. Detailed line Survey works as per specification. 2. testing & commissioning of following materials 1. ii) Design & Manufacturing (as applicable). 3. Power Frequency withstand voltage (KV rms) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 . System Neutral Earthing.2. 6. erection. Foundation for various types of towers including revetment and piling (including under Rim piling & river bed piling as per requirement) works if required. supply. i) Survey & ROW issues 1. Transmission lines. However no standard design is available with OPTCL for multi circuit towers for 132kV line. The contractor shall have to solve the entire right of way problem at his own cost.-13” in this chapter. Insulators.2. hard wares. Contractor shall also resolve the issues related to the tree cutting in the transmission line and sub-station at his own cost. 4. 2. 5. Commissioning of transmission lines. Any other items required are also in the scope of this contract in order to complete the proposed transmission lines in all respect. The bidders shall use their own type tested design for multi circuit towers for 132kV line. 4. storage. Nominal System Voltage (KV) 2.

The design work shall include but not limited to technical calculations. 40/40/31. Standards All materials and equipments shall generally comply in all respects with the latest edition of the relevant Indian Standards. 4. Centigrade.6. 11. Design work The Bidder shall furnish detailed design of the substations & transmission lines. 5. Phase-to-phase distance: i) Along the bay (mm) ii) Strung bus (mm) 12. Equipment complying with all other authoritative standards such as NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-8 of 22 . Detailed technical particulars of different equipments have been specified in the respective specifications in the subsequent section. However the layout drawing furnished by OPTCL shall be taken as a guide line. Reference design temperature 7000/4500//3000/1500 7000/4500/3000/1500 50 Deg. Min. The technical calculation design drawings. shall be submitted to the Employer for approval. Zebra and panther as per requirement and decision of employer. System fault level KA 7. etc. recommended clearance in air(mm)as per CBIP i) Phase-to-phase ii) Phase-to-earth iii) Sectional clearance 4200/2100/1300/320 4000/2100/1300/320 6500/5000/4000/3000 8500/5500/5000/4000 9.5/25 10500/6125/3625/900 Min. International Electro-Technical Commission (IEC) or any other internationally accepted Standard equivalent or better than relevant Indian Standard. If any technical particulars are missed from this volume the same may please be referred from relevant IS: specification for bidding purpose. Bus configuration for 400/220/132/33 kV Selection of ACSR conductor shall be Chosen from Moose. ground clearance (as per IE Rules) 10. preparation of drawings and bill of materials and specifying equipments not specified in the specification but necessary for the completion of the substations & transmission lines on the turnkey basis. Creepage distance for insulators (mm) 8.

Container/Cartoons. and storage in tropical area and hauling and handling during erection etc. In case of adopting any standard other than that IS or IEC. VDE. Boxes and packages shall also be protected by suitable lagging or galvanized steel strips. Several times loading and unloading. All the drawings shall be submitted in quadruplicate. A layer of waterproof material shall be provided inside the cartoon/boxes/packages to protect the equipment from water seepage and to avoid rust. transport on rough roads. The equipment shall also comply with the latest revision of Indian Electricity Act and Indian Electricity Rules and any other Electrical Statutory Provision. Rules and Regulations. boxes. clearance etc. Drawings sufficient overall dimension. 7. The bidder shall submit with the tender. These drawings shall show proposed layout plan with section.British. 132 kV and 33 KV equipments and structural steel shall be packed and shipped as per standard international practice. Drawings are complementary to specifications and shall be referred to for better understanding as well as for estimation of quantities and bill of materials for arising at lump sum bid price on turnkey basis. plan of the substation showing broadly the scope of work incorporated as per technical specification. a complete set of adopted standard shall be supplied by the bidder. 220 kV. However it is desirable and preferred that the equipment offered shall comply with one consistent set of standard unless other than exceptional cases. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-9 of 22 . will also be considered if performance equivalent or superior to Indian Standard is ensured. 6. Packing and Marking The bidder shall include and provide for securely protecting and packing the plant so as to avoid damage in transit under proper condition and shall be responsible for all loss or damage caused by any defect in packing. Reference Drawings Drawings showing indicating scope of work are enclosed. Large and heavy items such as 400 KV. required for assembling and dismantling and space requirements of all the apparatus to be supplied to enable the Employer to examine the design and layout at the installation. The salient features of comparison shall be brought out and furnished along with the bid. In the event of supply of equipment confirming to any International or internationally recognized Standard other than the Standard listed in the Specification. etc. trunks and other packages shall be strong and sturdy in construction to withstand Ocean shipping. enumerated in conformity with relevant clause stipulated in the Technical Section. ASA.

ii) iii) iv) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-10 of 22 . b. c. Contractor’s/manufacturer’s name.The following information shall be marked on the container/boxes/packages etc. Tests i. Employer’s name with other dispatch particulars such as destination. Bidder shall submit type test report from a recognized laboratory along with the bid. Unless otherwise specified in respective section. ii. 8. and title. 9. At least 50% of electrical workmen employed in the project shall posses valid workmen permit by ELBO. project title and contract reference. of his State Governing the safety in work by the personnel and staff. Odisha. At least 15 days advance notice shall be given by the contractor to the employer for witness the tests. The agency shall posses valid contractor’s license issued by the Electrical Licensing Board of Odisha (ELBO) failing which he will not be allowed to start the work. a. Plant/accessory identification No. All supervisory of works shall posses appropriate valid supervisory certificate of competency issued ELBO. all equipment shall be subjected routine and type test as covered and specified in any standard in presence of the authorized representative of the employer. Compliance to IE rule 1956 i) The construction agency shall posses a safety manual duly approved by competent authority in the Govt. The employer shall take no responsibility for any damage done to the plant on route to the site of work or place of delivery whichever is applicable. Net/gross weight. iii. d.

DCDB sizing calculations. metering & Control panel and ACDB. 7. Bidder has to follow submission of drawings. 16. battery charger. data. Description Electr onic 1. Cable schedule. Switchyard clamps and connector details. Switchyard lighting calculations Switchyard earthing and lightning layout. Switchyard single line diagram including relay metering Switchyard layout. Logic for castle key interlock between breaker and isolator. 4. 2. 8. section & sizing of various equipments Switchyard earthing and lightning protection calculations. 11. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-11 of 22 . document as per the format given below. 9. 5. Interconnection diagrams. plan. Post Order For For With Bids Review Records Final Document Transpa Prints rency (Photostat) Sl. 15.10. Switchyard lighting layout. Switchyard control room equipment and cable layout. Switchyard equipment GA drawings and control schematics. metering and control panel block logic diagram. Relay.DCDB GA drawings. 3. Battery. Relay. 6. 10. 14. No. 13. 12. Control panel schematic drawings.

Inspection Plan and Testing Procedure. Filled in equipment data sheets as per enclosed format. Structural fabrication drawings of equipments gantries etc. 21. Civil drawings for foundation and cable trenches. Complete literature. Operational/ maintenance manual. 30. List of spare parts for each major equipment. 23. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-12 of 22 . 25. List of commissioning/ maintenance spares. 27. Deviation schedule w. 34. Structural design calculations super structures. 19.t. 20. Installation operating and maintenance instruction. 24. Test Records. leaflets for all equipments. 32. QA plan of vendor 31. List of special tools and tackles. Relay setting calculations and Coordination drawings. 29. 33.r. a) Specification b) Document/ attachments.Sl. 26. Soak pit and waste oil pit layout and sizing calculation. 28. Description Post Order For For With Bids Review Records Final Document Transpa Prints rency (Photostat) Electr onic 17. 18. No. 22. List of sub-vendors. SLDs of ACDB and DCDB.

5 MTRS.-WEIGHT-0. c)Catalogues/ Brochures.370 MT BEAM:G1. 5.2 TYPE.-LENGTH-10.HEIGHT-15 MTRS. 11.4 MTRS.-LENGTH-10. 2. Minimum clearance for substation design shall be as per details given in the table below.-HEIGHT-11 MTRS.25 MT 33 KV SIDE: NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-13 of 22 . Highest system voltage (kV) Insulation level (kVP) Switching Impulse Voltage (KVP) Sectional Clearance (mm) Minimum clearance Ground Clearanc e (mm) Between phase & ground Between phases 36KV 145KV 245KV 420KV 170 550 650 950 1050 1425 1050 3000 4000 4500 5000 6500 320 1300 2100 3500 320 1300 2100 4200 3700 4600 5500 8000 12.613 MT BEAM:G2 TYPE.924 MT BEAM:G1 TYPE.WEIGHT-4. 2. No.HEIGHT-21.. 6. 4.-WEIGHT-1.464MT BEAM:Q1 TYPE.-WEIGHT-1. C 220 KV SIDE: COLUMN: P1S TYPE. 3.-WEIGHT-0. OPTCL adopted standard switchyard structure: The bidders may adopt their own type tested design for switchyard structures with approval from OPTCL.-LENGTH-18 MTRS.-WEIGHT-0. Description Post Order For For With Bids Review Records Final Document Transpa Prints rency (Photostat) Electr onic 35.-LENGTH-10.4 MTRS.-WEIGHT-1.4 MTRS.Sl. B 1.473MT 132 KV SIDE: COLUMN: T1S TYPE.. However the standard switchyard structures adopted in OPTCL switchyards system in different voltage levels are given below.-LENGTH-14. Data Book/Manual a)Installation Manual b) Operating/Maintenance. A 1.906 MT BEAM:G1X TYPE. WEIGHT-1.193 MT COLUMN: T4S TYPE.9875 MTRS.

-LENGTH. + 3 mtrs: Unit weight: 0.Unit weight: 0.306 MT BEAM:G4X TYPE.430 MT. 13.4/13.351 MT.Unit weight: 0.1MTRS. 3. + 6 mtrs: Unit weight: 2. 2. + 6 mtrs: Unit weight: 2.665 MT Templates for PB. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) “PA” type: Unit weight: 3. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) “OA” type: Unit weight: 4. OPTCL adopted standard Tower structure for transmission line: The bidders may adopt their own type tested design for transmission line structures/towers with approval from OPTCL. A.242 MT.973 MT. + 3 mtrs: Unit weight: 1.-HEIGHT-7.104 MT.574 MT.5 MTRS. SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-14 of 22 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 .0.592 MT BEAM:G4 TYPE.0.HEIGHT-10. + 3 mtrs: Unit weight: 1.WEIGHT .WEIGHT. 132 KV Transmission line. + 3 mtrs: Unit weight: 1.5 MTRS. 3.214 MT.5 MTRS D 1. However the standard tower structures adopted in OPTCL for different voltage levels are given below.5 MTRS.-LENGTH-5. Templates for PA.WEIGHT-0. “OB” type: Unit weight: 7.119 MT. “PB” type: Unit weight: 4.342 MT. COLUMN: T8S TYPE. 33 KV SYSTEM SHALL BE 5.018 MT.-LENGTH-5. 5.602 MT Templates for PC. + 6 mtrs: Unit weight: 2. “PC” type: Unit weight: 6. 2. 4. + 6 mtrs: Unit weight: 1. + 6 mtrs: Unit weight: 1.777 MT COLUMN: T9S TYPE.WEIGHT-7.. + 3 mtrs: Unit weight: 0.1.WEIGHT-0.448 MT.727 MT.Unit weight: 1.5 MTRS.306 MT BEAM:G6 TYPE.MTRS.25 MT THE BAY WIDTH OF DIFFERENT VOLTAGE LEVEL ARE AS BELOW 220 KV SYSTEM SHALL BE 18 MTRS 132 KV SYSTEM SHALL BE 10.349MT. 220 KV Transmission line.537 MT.904 MT B.305 MT.

2. 7.PT&CVT.Exide for Battery.Unit weight: 0.ABB/Siemens/Switch gear and structural /GR Power/Areva . “UR” + 3 mtrs type: Unit weight: 17. 4. 1. Breakers-Alstom /Siemens /ABB/ Crompton /BHEL.436 MT. The following make of the equipments/materials shall be supplied with prior approval from OPTCL. CR Panels-Siemens/ Areva/ABB. Isolator.Areva /CGL/Oblum.597 MT Templates for OB. No. Battery and charger.Unit weight: 0.Unit weight: 1. CT. 3. of Bolts & Nuts used in each of the Tower Type of Tower PA PB PC OA OB OC UR Normal 1002 1097 1654 1147 1299 1877 2283 +3 mtrs 142 273 313 180 236 254 357 +6 mtrs 276 542 592 228 372 402 588 14.Unit weight: 1.(vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) (xiii) (xiv) (xv) (xvi) “OC” type: Unit weight: 9. Approved Make Of Switchgear And Equipments. + 3 mtrs: Unit weight: 1. Station transformer-Alstom / Crompton NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-15 of 22 . + 6 mtrs: Unit weight: 2.249 MT. “UR” + 6 mtrs type: Unit weight: 4. Templates for OA. 5.172 MT (xvii) Templates for UR. Caldyne for Charger 6.Areva /Siemens/ABB/ Compton/ BHEL. +15 mtrs: Unit weight: 6.815 MT Templates for OC.509 MT C. SA.599 MT.670 MT “UR” : Unit weight: 13.585 MT.316 MT.839 MT.

Ultra Tech. Usha Martin. Conductors. 13. Modern Insulator 16. RINL 19. 11. UIC Wires. Lafarge. MGK Birla. All Civil Engineering Materials.8.APAR/Gupta Cables/ Hightech Powercon / Eritech / Cabcon / Sterlite 10. Cease Fire. ACB and MCCB-L&T. Hardware fittings-Rashtriya Udhyog / Eritech /IAC. ABB. CCI.Nicco. Blue Star. Poly Cab 15. WS. Insulators: BHEL. Bajaj.Reputed make 29. Air Conditioners: Hitachi. KEI. Carrier. Gloster. 18. Finolex 22. 28. 9. 21.reputed make to be approved by OPTCL. Crystal. Fire fighting: Mini Max. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-16 of 22 . Steel: SAIL. PVC insulated Control and XLPE insulated Power cable. GI Bolts and Nuts-Nexo or reputed make to be approved by OPTCL Any other items required for completion of the project shall be considered as included & the make of such items shall be subject to approval by OPTCL. AREVA. 27. Siemens/Merlin Gerin 25. PVC wires (FRLS type): L&T.Heavy duty type of reputed make to be approved by OPTCL. CGL. TISCO (TATA). Earth Wire: Bharat Wire ropes. Cement: OPC Grade 43: ACC. 17. Wave trap: BPL. All PVC Wires-FRLS type –Anchor/L&T/ Finolex /KDK/ Indo Asian 26. GI Pipe: TATA. All Switches-Anchor/ABB/ Cona 23. Tower Structure: Either from the OPTCL Rate contract holders or from Reputed make to be approved by OPTCL 14. Foundation Bolts. JINDAL 20. 12. Lighting fixtures: Philips. All MCB-L&T(Hager)/MDS/ indo Asian 24. All Clamps and Connectors.

digital multimeter Analogue Multimeter(features same as digital multimeter) LCD. No Description of Items Unit At each 132/33 KV S/S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Quantity Required At each At each 220/132/33 220/33 KV S/S KV S/S 100 kv transformer oil breakdown voltage test set Insulation resistance tester (megger) Oil sampling bottle SF6 gas leak detector LCD.5Kgs 22.5 Kgs 2 5 5 2 4 10 10 4 2 5 5 2 7 Set 3 5 3 • The quantities are indicative. clamp on meter Digital earth tester Nos Nos Nos Nos Nos Nos Nos Nos 1 1 4 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 4 1 2 2 2 1 6 1 1 4 1 2 1 2 1 6 10 Discharge rod as per standard Nos 6 for carrying out the switch yard maintenance work Rubber gloves of operation of Pairs 2 2 2 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 SCOPE DETAILS PACKAGE-2 Page-17 of 22 . Portable Fire Extinguisher Portable fire extinguishers of the following types shall be supplied to each sub-station. Bidders are advised to design as per the requirement.15.5 Kgs Nos Nos Nos Nos 5 Kgs 9Kgs 4. Srl. 16. Sl No Description Items of Unit capacity At each 132/33 kV S/S 2 2 Quantity Required At each At each 220/132/33 220/33 kV S/S kV S/S 4 4 4 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 Foam Type Dry chemical Powder Type(Trolley mounted) Dry Powder Type Carbon dioxide (CO2 Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Carbon dioxide (CO2) Trolley mounted Fire bucket with (a set comprises of six nos Bucket in each stand & one stand ) Nos Nos 9 ltrs 22. Maintenance & Testing Equipment Maintenance & testing equipments shall be supplied & installed for each substation as per the list given below.

Srl. No

Description of Items

Unit At each 132/33 KV S/S

Quantity Required At each At each 220/132/33 220/33 KV S/S KV S/S

11 12 13

isolators and earth switch Relay tools kit Sets Portable emergency light Nos Latest version desktop PC of Set reputed make with all its accessories including CPU, Monitor, UPS and having all latest loaded software and also its back up in shape of CD and separate pen drive . Suitable for loading of software as recommended by the relay manufacturer. It includes supply of one no portable laser printer of reputed make. Make of PC and printer: HP/DELL

1 4 1

1 4 1

1 4 1

** The multimeters (both digital and analogue), clamp on meters, earth tester shall preferably of “Motwane” make. Prior approvals of OPTCL for all the testing equipments are to be taken.

17. Other Tools and Plants (T&P’s) Requirement:
Following T&P’s of reputed make shall be supplied & installed at each substation.
Sl No Description of Items unit At each 132/33 KV S/S 1 2 3 Set of “D” spanner(6mm – 42mm) Set of “Ring” spanner(6mm – 42mm) Socket wrench with sockets, handles, and other attachment(6mm-42mm) Insulated cutting plier Insulated nose plier Monkey plier Circlip plier Pipe wrench a)12 inch – 1 no b)18 inch – 1 no Set Set Set 1 1 1 Quantity Required At each 220/132/33 KV S/S 1 1 1 At each 220/33 KV S/S 1 1 1

4 5 6 7 8

Nos Nos Nos Nos Set

2 2 1 1 1

2 2 1 1 1

2 2 1 1 1

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Sl No

Description of Items

unit At each 132/33 KV S/S

Quantity Required At each 220/132/33 KV S/S 1 At each 220/33 KV S/S 1

9

Sly wrench a)12inch – 2 nos b)18inch – 1 no Insulated handle screw drivers of different sizes as per required a)12inch plain head – 2 nos b)8inch plain head – 2 nos c) 12inch star head – 1 no d) small size6inch plain and star head – 2 each e)Complete set of different head in one box/set -1set “L”-N keys set of different sizes in one box/set M.S Files(12inch and 6inch sizes) Round files and flat files-one each of different sizes) Hammar with handle a)1 lb – 2 nos b)1/2 lb-2 nos c)2 lb-1 no Crow bar a)5 ft – 2nos b)3ft-2 nos Steel scale(12inch) Steel tape a)5 mtrs-2 nos b)30mtrs-1 no Oil cane Spirit level (8inch) Plumb head with string and attachment Maintenance safety belt with all attachment and helmets(complete one set) Hand drill machine with different bits and key.(Wolf make) Vacuum cleaner having hot blower provision with all attachments (Eureka Forbes make) 230-250VAC,80W,450mm sweep,1400 rpm stand(rugged) FAN Make: Almonard,CGL

1 Set Set 1

1

1

11 12

Set set

1 1

1 1

1 1

13

Set

1

1

1

14

set

1

1

1

15 16

Nos Set

2 1

2 1

2 1

17 18 19 20

Nos No No Set

2 2 1 3

2 2 1 4

2 2 1 3

21

No

1

1

1

22

No

1

1

1

23

No

2

4

2

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** All the T&P’s shall be of Taparia make. The hand drill and vacuum cleaner shall be wolf and Eureka Forbes make.

18. Office Furniture:
Office furniture shall be supplied & installed at each substation as per the list given below. All the furniture shall be of Godrej make. Before supply of the furniture to the sub-station, approval from OPTCL is required. Details of the scope of supply are as indicated below.
Sl No Description of Items unit Quantity Required At each At each 132/33 220/132/33 KV S/S KV S/S At each 220/33 KV S/S

1 2 3

4

5 6 7

8

9

10

11

5ftX3ft executive table with drawer both sides 3ftX2&1/2ft Table with one side drawer Computer table suitable keeping monitor, CPU,UPS and printer with two nos revolving arm chair suitable for computer use. Executive revolving ,adjustable(height) chairs with arm Cane gutting “S” type steel chairs with arm 6ftX3ft conference table Cushion arm steel chairs for conference table purpose 6ft height steel almirah (only with selves) for keeping records and other valuable items 6ft height steel almirah with glass doors for library purpose 6ft height (having minimum 6 lockers facility) steel cupboard with locking arrangement 4ft steel rack (minimum three selves) for keeping the files and other items

Nos Nos Set

5 7 1

6 8 1

5 7 1

Nos

5

6

5

Nos Nos Nos

18 1 6

24 1 8

18 1 6

Nos

4

6

4

Nos

2

2

2

Nos

2

2

2

Nos

8

10

8

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SCHEMATIC LAYOUT FOR SPEECH,PROTECTION & DATA RELATED TO 132KV KARODGADIA-BANKI SC LINE(REV-01)

Mendhasal
WT

Karodgadia 220kV
R Y WT

Banki 132kV Ckt-I
R Y B WT R WT Y B WT

WT

B

Ckt-II

CVT LMDU LMU LMU

CVT LMDU LMD

CVT

CVT

CVT LMU

CVT LMDU

LMU

ETL-41 N S K 5 PLCC Data

ETL-41 PLCC Data

ETL-42 PLCC # Ch1 Data # Ch2 Sp+Prot.

ETL-42 PLCC N # Ch1 S Data K 5 # Ch2 Sp+Prot.

EPBAX (16 LINES)

2w Telephone

     OPTCL will provide Indoor PLCC Panel.

48V/350AH BATT

FCBC (75A)

PROTECTION & CONNECTIVITY  RELATED TO 132KV KARODGADIA‐ARGUL DC LINE (REV‐01) Mendhasal WT Karodgadia 220kV R Y WT Argul 132kV Ckt-I R Y B WT R WT Y B WT WT B Ckt-II CVT LMDU LMU LMU CVT LMDU LMD CVT CVT CVT LMU CVT LMDU LMU ETL-41 N PLCC S K Data 5 ETL-41 PLCC Data ETL-42 PLCC # Ch1 Data ETL-42 PLCC # Ch1 Data 5 N S K EPBAX (16 LINES) # Ch2 Sp+Prot.SCHEMATIC LAYOUT FOR SPEECH. 2w Telephone 48V/350AH BATT FCBC (75A)    OPTCL will provide Indoor PLCC Panel. . # Ch2 Sp+Prot.

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GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTCULARS (TO BE FILLED AND SUBMITTED BY BIDDERS WITH THE TECHNICAL BID) .

Page 1 of 196 .GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS IVT AND CVT NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 GTP.

2 Accurac y Class. No .1 7. Accuracy class. Winding-III. One minute dry and wet power frequency withstand voltage for primary side [kv] rms. Rated voltage factor for 30 seconds at rated frequency.2/50 micro.second impulse withstand test voltage for primary side Temperature rise over an ambient temperature of 50°C With 1. Description. [protection] Winding [metering] Winding Rated voltage factor for continuous operation at rated frequency. Type of IVT/CVT Rated primary voltage (kv).5 times rated primary voltage for 30 seconds at rated frequency and at rated burdens. 220KV IVT 132KV IVT 33KV IVT 400 KV/220 KV CVT 3P/3P/0. Rated secondary voltage (volts). 1.Page 2 of 196 . [b] NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 GTP.2 Accuracy Class. Winding-II. 132KV CVT 3P/0. Rated frequency [HZ].2 7. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7. Sl. Manufacturer’s type and designation. Rated burden:Protection Winding Protection Winding Metering Winding Number of secondary windings. Name and address of the Manufacturer.GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS.3 8 9 10 11 [I] [II] 12 13 14 15 16 17 [a] Bidder’s name and address. Standards applicable.2 Accuracy Class 3P/0. [I] Winding [°C] [II] Oil [°C] [III] Other parts [°C] With 1.2 Accuracy Class 3P/3P/0.2 times rated primary voltage at rated frequency and at rated burdens.2 Accuracy Class 0. One minute power frequency withstand voltage for secondary winding [kv] rms. Winding-I.

Total creepage distance in (mm) Maximum radio interference voltage at 1.2 Accuracy Class 0.2 Accuracy Class 400 KV/220 KV CVT 3P/3P/0. Core. (h)Weight of secondary winding.mm) (f) Type of primary winding. [For 220KV. [For 220KV. (g) Name of the insulating materials used for primary conductor. of secondary turns (b) Material of secondary © Size of the secondary conductor bare /insulated. 132KV & 33KV IVT] (a)No. 132KV & 33KV IVT] (a)Shape of the core 3P/0. of primary turns (b) Material of primary (c) Size of the primary conductor bare/insulated. 2 Accurac y Class. (h) Weight of primary winding. Secondary.Page 3 of 196 . Description.2 Accuracy Class.mm) (e) Current density adopted for primary winding(A/sq.Sl. 132KV & 33KV IVT] (a) No. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 GTP. 132KV CVT 3P/3P/0. 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25. (d)Cross sectional area of secondary conductor (mm2) (e)Current density adopted for secondary winding(A/mm2) (f)Type of secondary winding (g)Name of the insulating materials used for secondary conductor.2 Accuracy Class [I] Winding [°C] [II] Oil [°C] [III] Other parts [°C] Class of insulation. No .1 times maximum line to ground voltage (micro volts) Corona inception and extinction voltage (kv) rms Partial discharge level (piccocoulombs) Primary. (d) Cross sectional area of primary conductor (sq.[For 220KV. 220KV IVT 132KV IVT 33KV IVT 3P/0.

2 Accuracy Class.2 Accuracy Class (b)Material and grade of the core laminations (c)Thickness of the core lamination (mm) (d)Maximum flux density adopted (Tesla) (e)Net iron area of the core (f)Watt loss/kg. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 GTP. 132KV CVT 3P/3P/0. displacement (min. DIMENSIONS OF CORE AND WINDINGS. (b) Insulation between secondaries. Flux density curve enclosed ? INSULATION.8PF lagging for measuring winding. (a) 80% of rated voltage at frequency:(b) 120% of rated voltage at frequency:- 3P/0. burden at 0.and core. (d) Insulation between primary . 2 Accurac y Class. . 220KV IVT 132KV IVT 33KV IVT 3P/0.Page 4 of 196 .[For 220KV.Sl. . No .2 Accuracy Class 0. for the core materials at the operating flux density(W/kg) (g) Total weight of the core(kg) (h)Whether B-H curve for core material enclosed? (i)Whether specific loss vrs. Description. © Insulation between secondary and primary. 132KV & 33KV IVT] (a) Insulation between core and secondaries.2 Accuracy Class 400 KV/220 KV CVT 3P/3P/0. 26 27 28. 132KV & 33KV IVT] (a)Diameter of the core (mm) (b)Inner diameter of the secondary windings(mm) (c) Outer diameter of the secondary windings (mm) (d) Inner diameter of the primary winding(mm) (e) Outer diameter of the primary winding(mm) (f) Minimum clearance from primary winding to tank(mm) (g) Minimum clearance from secondary winding to tank(mm) Percentage voltage ratio (error)/phase .)at 100% rated .[For 220KV.

Quantity of oil per IVT/ CVT (Ltrs/kg) Standard to which oil conforms. 5 35. 35. 6 35. Percentage voltage (ratio) error /phase displacement (min) at 25% of rated burden at 0. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 GTP.C(ohm-cm) 3P/0. Characteristic of oil(Prior to filling) Breakdown voltage (kv-rms) Dielectric dissipation constant tan delta) Water content(PPM) Gas content(PPM) Interfacial tension at 27 degree C(N/m) Specific resistance. (a) 80% of rated voltage at rated frequency:(b) 120% of rated voltage at rated frequency:Percentage voltage (ratio)error /phase displacement (min.)at 25% rated burden at 0. 220KV IVT 132KV IVT 33KV IVT 3P/0.Sl.2 Accuracy Class (c) Accuracy of standard PT to be used.2 Accuracy Class 0. No . 2. (b)1. 2 Accurac y Class.8PF lagging for measuring winding. during determination of errors (0. Description. 1.2 times rated voltage. At 90 deg.5 times rated voltage (d) 2% of rated voltage.05 or better. ©1. 132KV CVT 3P/3P/0. 35.) at 100% rated burden at 0. 3 35.2 Accuracy Class 400 KV/220 KV CVT 3P/3P/0. 30.2 Accuracy Class. 33. 31. 4 35. 35.Page 5 of 196 .8PF lagging for protection winding (a)5% of rated voltage (b)1.2 times rated voltage ( c)1. 35. 34. 29. Whether IVT/CVT is suitable for horizontal transportation. displacement (min. Percentage Voltage ratio /phase .. 32. (d) 2% of rated voltage.8PF lagging for protection winding (a)5% of rated voltage.5 times rated voltage.

Thickness of the IVT/ CVT tank material.m) Zinc coating of the secondary terminal box (g/sq. 5 41. 05.2 36. 40 41.2 Accuracy Class 0. 41. Material of connector. 39. Description. 220KV IVT 132KV IVT 33KV IVT 3P/0. 2 Accurac y Class. Type.Sl. 3 41. Weight of tank fitting and other accessories. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 GTP. Minimum thickness of any part(mm) Weight of connector complete with hardware. 6. 07. 08.C(ohm-cm) Whether IVTS are hermetically sealed ? If so how ? Total Weight (kg) Transport weight (kg) Dimensional details. Whether IVT characteristic curves enclosed? TANK AND SECONDARY TERMINAL BOX. Zinc coating of IVT/ CVT tank(g/sq.2 Accuracy Class 3P/0.. Material of the IVT/ CVT tank Material of the secondary terminal box. 02. TERMINAL CONNECTORS Manufacturer’s name Applicable standards. 6 41. 7 41. 132KV CVT 3P/3P/0. At 27 deg. 1 41. No . (b)Bolts and Nuts. (a)Clamp body. 38. 03.2 Accuracy Class. 4 41. 06. 37.m) Weather proof rating of secondary terminal box. Thickness of the secondary terminal box material. (a) Rated terminal load(kg) (b) Factor of safety.2 Accuracy Class 400 KV/220 KV CVT 3P/3P/0. 2 41. 6.Page 6 of 196 . 8 01. 04. (c ) Spring Washers Rated current.1 35.

07. Description. Dimensions: (i)Height(mm) (ii)Diameter(top)(mm) (iii)Diameter( bottom)(mm) Total creepage distance (mm). 10. OGA drawing enclosed. 10. 11. 220KV IVT 132KV IVT 33KV IVT 3P/0. 01 02. Applicable standards. BUSHING/SUPPORT INSULATOR Manufacturer’s name Type.2/50 micro-second Impulse withstand voltage (KVP) Corona Extinction voltage(kv) Weight(kg) Maximum allowable span (mm) Cantilever strength(kg) OGA drawing enclosed. No . 13. 08. 12. 05 06.Page 7 of 196 .2 Accuracy Class 3P/0.2 Accuracy Class 400 KV/220 KV CVT 3P/3P/0. 09. 04 Type test reports as per IS enclosed. 09.2 Accuracy Class 0. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 GTP. 2 Accurac y Class. 132KV CVT 3P/3P/0.2 Accuracy Class.Sl. 03. Rated voltage(KV)(rms) Power frequency withstand voltage for (1 minute dry and wet(KV/rms) 1.

14. 8. Bandwidth (KHZ). Natural frequency of coupling (KHZ). Voltage ratio of the capacitor divider. 12. c) HV-Ground point of Intermediate Transformer winding. connected in parallel. in-corporate in the CVT for limiting over voltages and/or to prevent sustained Ferro resonance. 3. Self tuning frequency of CVT (KHZ). 10. 16. Stray capacitance and stray conductance of the LV terminal over entire carrier frequency range. 9. 2. connected at the secondary of CVT. Rated voltage of Surge Arrester. 15.e.220KV & 132KV CVT 1.Page 8 of 196 . Open circuit Intermediate voltage. Total Inductive reactance. 4. Rated open circuit Intermediate voltage. Reference range of temperatures within which the CVT complies with the relevant accuracy requirements. 6. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 GTP. 7. High voltage capacitor. Equivalent series resistance over the entire frequency. and Intermediate voltage capacitor. Capacitance (PF) /Tan delta between:a) HV-HF point b) HF point-Ground point of International Transformer. Capacitive reactance of the two parts of the divider i. 11.ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL REQUIREMENT FOR 400 KV. Rated capacitance of the CVT High frequency capacitance for entire carrier frequency range. 13. Protective device. offered by CVT. 5.

ELECTROMAGNENIC UNIT:CORE:a) Core diameter (mm) b) Window Weight (mm) c) Leg centre (mm) d) Net cross sectional area of iron In the core (mm² ) e) Core lamination thickness (mm) f) Type & grade of core. i) Minimum knee point voltage (volts). 24. GTP. 20.1 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 . OGA drawing of CVT and terminal connector. One minute power frequency test voltage of capacitor (dry & wet) (KV).4 23.F. 23. 250/2500 micro second switching surge withstand voltage of capacitor (dry & wet). 18.2/50/micro second Impulse withstand test voltage of capacitor (KVP). One minute power frequency test voltage of H.2 23. Temperature rise over ambient. And rated frequency (Tesla) h) Design flux density at highest system voltage & lowest system frequency (Tesla). terminal (KV).17. 22.Page 9 of 196 19. connected at secondary winding of CVT.1 23. Drawing showing clearance from earthed object. Details of Surge Arrester. One minute power frequency test voltage of secondary winding (KV). Characteristic curves. 23. 21. 1.5 24.3 23. Literature Whether the followings are enclosed? Type Test reports as per IEC 186. g) Design flux density at rated voltage.

mm) Current density (A/ mm²) Conductor material.Page 10 of 196 . e) Current density (A/ mm²). Signature of the Tenderer with seal and date. of turns.2 PRIMARY WINDING:a) No. d) Area of cross section. (KV-rms).3 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) No. h) Power frequency withstand level. i) Impulse withstand level (KVP).’ Power frequency withstand Level (KV-rms). f) Conductor material. 24. b) Bare size of conductor c) Insulated size of conductor. Secondary Winding Protection Winding Protection Winding Metering Winding. Class of Insulation. g) Class of insulation.24.of turns Bare conductor size (mm) Insulated conductor size (mm) Cross-sectional area (sq. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 GTP.

If yes. accuracy. equipment s required for the correspon di-ng test with range. No. CALIBRATION STATUS OF TESTING EQUIPMENTS AND INSTRUMENTS/METERS. brating Agency.ANNEXURE –B. Remarks 10 11 12 Signature of the tenderer with seal and date. State the colour of the affixed sticker. Date of Calibration. state the limitations . Inspite of imposed limitations. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 GTP.the Calibration. make and Sl.Page 11 of 196 . Approved. whether the particular meter/equip ment can still be used ? Justify its use for correspondi ng test(s). Whether documents relating to Govt. Name Meters of the and test. Due date Name of of Cali.. 9 Whether green sticker or blue sticker or yellow sticker has been affixed on the body of the particular equipment/me ter. Whether Calibrating Agency is Govt. Approval of the calibrating Agency furnished ? Whether the meters/ equipment fulfill the accuracy class as per calibration report 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Whether the calibra ting agency has put any limitation towards the use of the particular meter/equi pment.

1 Date of Test. . E27-GTP.T does not fulfill the technical requirements as per this specification. furnished or not ? Whether the Tested I. 2 3 4 Whether the Laboratory is Government Approved. Name of the Laboratory where the Test has been conducted.Page 12 of 169 Signature of the Tenderer with seal and date.T. Name of the Type Test.1 of T.S. fulfills the technical require-ments as per TS. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 ANNEXURE-C 5 6 7 8 Whether the Test reports are valid as per Clause No. If the type tested I.V.8.V. Re mark CHECK LIST TOWARDS TYPE TEST REPORTS. Whether the copy of Test Report in complete shape alongwith drawings etc. whether the bidder agrees to conduct the particular test(s) again at their own cost without any financial liability to OPTCL in the presence of OPTCL’s representative within the specified delivery period.

GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS BATTERY AND BATTERY CHARGER NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 13 E27-GTP.Page 13 of 196 .

[iii] [iv] [v]. 10hr. At 1 hour rate of discharge At 1 minute rate of discharge. [vi] 7. [To be filled in by the bidder] 350AH/550AH Values/Others 1. At 10 hour rate of discharge. 3. 11. Open circuit voltage of each battery cell. Time required for boost charging from discharged conditions [in hours] Trickle charging Current range/cell AH capacity at 10 hour rate at 10 hour rate at room temperatures of : 15 deg C. 50 deg C. 2. When completely discharged at. 5. At 5 hours rate of discharge.Page 14 of 196 . 4.C. Recommended float charging voltage [volts] across the battery terminals. rate 1 minute rate 1-second rate. 8. Manufacturer’s Name and address alongwith Fax No. & Tele phone No. 27 deg C. Recommended boost charging voltage [volts]. [ii]. [a] [b] [c] 12. 5 hour rate 1 hour rate ½ hr. rate. 9. [a] [b] [c] [i]. Conforming to standards Type and designation as per ISS Manufacturer’s type and designation AH capacity and voltage of the battery at 27 deg. At ½ hour rate of discharge. CELL DETAILS NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 14 E27-GTP. 10. Fully charged Floating condition.ANNEXURE – I SCHEDULE OF GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR 220V LEAD ACID PLANTE STORAGE BATTERY. [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] 6.

(a) (b) (c) 15. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 15 E27-GTP.Page 15 of 196 . of cells per battery Total nos. (a) (b) (c) 13.[i]. Nominal cell voltage. CONSTRUCTIONAL DETAILS AND DIMENSIONS OF Positive plate Negative plate Material of the container Thickness of the container Overall dimensions of each cell (LxBxH) Weight per Cell (Kg) Active elements-positive Active elements-Negative Container Net dry weight Weight with electrolyte Distance between centre of cells where erected. xi. (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) ix. [ii]. Internal resistance of each cell at Fully charged condition Fully discharged condition Floating condition Type. of positive plates per cell. mm. [iii] No. 16. No. (a) (b) (c) Type of positive plate No. Thickness and materials of the separators Containers Type Material Outside dimensions (LxBxH) Cover and its type and material Clearance in mm between Top of plates and top of container Bottom of plates and bottom of container Edges of plates and inner surface of container. xii. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) x. of plates per cell. 14. of negative plates per cell Type of negative plate Surface area of plates in sq.

17.Page 16 of 196 . 18. current rating. type and material. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (i) (ii) (f) (g) Amount of electrolyte and specific gravity at 27 deg. RACKS No. that the cells can withstand without injurious effect. Specific gravity of electrolyte at the end of discharge at 10 hour discharge rate. of cells per rack Type of racks (rows and tiers) Material of the rack Racks provided with Numbering tags for cell Teak wood clamps for cables Whether anti-acid coating provided ? Description of rack insulators NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 16 E27-GTP. (a) (b) (c) 20. C 50 deg C. Maximum electrolyte temp. C 27 deg. size. (a) (b) (c) (d) Sediment space (depth) in mm ELECTROLYTE (i) (ii) (iii) (e) (f) (i) (ii) 19. (a) (b) 21. inter-tier connectors and end take-off furnished ? (Yes / No) Description. Electrolyte conforms to standard Rated specific gravity of electrolyte when fully charged at room’s temperature of 15 deg. Continuously For short period INTER CELL CONNECTOR Whether Inter-cell connector to be furnished ? (Yes / No) Type of inter-cell connector (bolted or others) Materials of inter cell connector Inter row. of racks per battery No. First filling per set with 10% of extra furnished. C for first filling.

32. 31.(a) Time to full charge at finishing rate only (b) Time to full charge at higher starting rate (c) Time for full charge to charge by two step charging at starting up and finishing rates 28. 25. 33. Recommended floating voltage per cell and the minimum variation. Recommended float charge rate 24. Instructions for filling and initial charging of the battery with finishing and two step charging rates. Guaranteed AH efficiency at 10 hour rate of discharge in percent.1 volts per cell. Resistance of the battery including inter-connector between the cells in ohms.Page 17 of 196 . Recommended maximum period of storage before the first charge.(h) (i) (j) 22. (a) Current (b) Voltage 23. 27. Outline dimensions of racks Net weight of racks Shipping weight Recommended rate for charging Start the battery in 8 hours. Guaranteed WH efficiency at 10 hour rate of discharge in percent. 34. 29. Short circuit current for a dead short across the battery terminals when (a) Float at 2. 30.75 volts per cell. Maximum short circuit current per (a) battery (b) Allowable duration of short circuit 26. Average life in years Finish NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 17 E27-GTP. (b) Boost charge to 2. Recommended interval at which battery should be discharged at 10 hour rate and quick charged.

(a) (b) (c) (i) (ii) (iii) (d) Guaranteed life of battery in years. 36. 39.Page 18 of 196 . Total shipping weight of battery units Dimensioned lay-out drawings of the rack and battery to be attached with the tender. to be furnished alongwith the tender (whether furnished) Battery discharge curves at various rates between one minute and 10 hour rate.35. (Yes / No. Estimated life of battery in years. 38.) Curves showing the relation between the specific gravity and amount of charge in the battery for both charging and discharging conditions. (Whether furnished ? Yes / No) The following characteristic curves. 37. (Yes / No) Curves showing the relation between cell voltage and charging current when charged at Finishing rate (Yes/ No) High starting rate (Yes/ No) Two step charging by starting and finishing rate (Yes / No) Curve of internal resistance at the end of various discharge rates (Whether furnished (Yes / No) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 18 E27-GTP.

2 2.1 8.1 2. 6. 8.2 6. 10. 2. 2. 5.Page 19 of 196 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 . SYSTEM) SUITABLE FOR SPECIFIED LEAD ACID PLANTE STORAGE BATTERY (To be filled in by the Bidder) Values/ Others 1.C.3 6. 8. 6.4 7.3 3.1 6.ANNEXURE – II GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR BATTERY CHARGER (220 V D. 4. Manufacturer’s Name Rated output of the charger Voltage (volts) Current (amps) Power factor Short time rating Type of cooling Hottest stack temperature (0C) Charger dimensions Height (mm) Depth (mm) Width (mm) Sheet thickness (mm) Charger weight Charger rated output current Float charging mode Boost charging mode Load limiter current setting range (Trickle mode) RECTIFIER TRANSFORMER 19 Float Boost E27-GTP.2 9.

of turns of secondary / phase 10.7 Rated secondary voltage (volts) 10.21.1 Name of the core material 10.14 Material of primary winding conductor 10.Charger 10. 10.19 No.18 No.21. cross-sectional area and current density of secondary winding conductor 10. Cross-sectional area and current density of primary winding conductor.12 Impulse withstand test voltage (KVP) 10.17 Size. (a) (b) Primary winding (KV-rms).4 Over current impedance (ohms) 10.21.Page 20 of 196 .3 Thickness of core material (mm) 10.8 Rated frequency (Hertz.2 Type 10.9 Rated output (amps) 10.13 One minute power frequency over voltage.21 Core 10. Secondary winding (KV-rms) Charger 10.3 Rated KVA 10.6 Rated primary voltage (volts) 10.5 Input line winding connection in vector representation 10.1 Make 10.15 Material of secondary winding conductor 10.20 Name of the insulating materials used and class 10.11 Insulation level 10.) 10. of turns of primary / phase 10.16 Size.2 Grade of the core 10.22 Maximum temperature rise over an ambient temperature of 500C NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 20 E27-GTP.10 Turn ratio 10.

11.2 Type of semi conductor material 11.12 Rated output current (A) 11.4 Rated direct voltage (V) 11.11 Rated AC input voltage (V) 11.9 Conversion efficiency (%) 11.0 RECTIFIER ASSEMBLY : 11. 12.8 Forward voltage drop and reverse voltage drop (volts) 11.7 Forward power loss and reverse power loss (watts). 11.Page 21 of 196 .1 Make 11.(a) Primary Winding (0C) (b) Secondary Winding (0C) (c) Core (0C) 10.15 Current factor 11.16 Maximum temperature rise over an ambient temperature of 500C (0C) 11.6 Type of connections of rectifier elements.1 manufacturer’s name NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 21 E27-GTP.0 AUTOMATIC VOLTAGE REGULATOR 12.18 Maximum and minimum permissible humidity rating (%) 11.21 Characteristic curve of DC output plotted against output current (Whether submitted ?) Yes / No.3 Rated direct current per cell (A) 11.14 Voltage factor 11.17 Maximum permissible ambient temperature for guaranteed rating (0C) 11.10 Rated DC output voltage (V) 11.20 Standard(s) applicable 11.13 Ripple factor 11.23 standards applicable 11.19 Life expectancy (years) 11.5 Rated input voltage (V) 11.

Page 22 of 196 .7 Response time of automatic voltage regulator 13.10 Resistance offered for reverse current flow 16.2 Manufacturer’s type 12.2 Voltage setting range 14.11 Maximum temperature rise over an ambient temperature of 500 C.0 Boost charging current setting range 15.9 Forward voltage drop on rated current 16.6 Voltage setting range 12.1 Type 17.5 Allowable AC frequency fluctuations 12.3 Rated voltage (V) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 22 E27-GTP.0 Boost charging limit setting range 16.3 Percentage stabilisation of the rectifier with the help of AVR when (a) (b) Input voltage changes with ± of its nominal value.0 Manual voltage regular (float mode) 13. 12.7 Forward power loss and reverse power less (W) 16.12.6 Type of cooling 16.3 Method of construction 16.4 Continuous current rating (Amps.) 16. 17.5 Short time current rating (Amps) 16. DC output of the rectifier varies from no-load to full load.2 Type of circuit 16.0 CONTACTORS / MOULDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS 17.1 Type 13.2 Make 17.0 DIODES 16.1 Manufacturer’s name 16.8 Life expectancy 16.4 Rated output voltage 12.

17.5 Contact material 17.9 Details of CT if any 17.C.1 Voltage (V) 17.1 Number 17.2 Voltage range and power for closing and holding 17.6 Operating coil 17. load) Fuse failure relay Alarm accept relay 18.0 RELAYS : 18.10.C.2 Current rating 17. output under voltage relay Charger failure relay Battery earth fault relay A.10 Auxiliary contacts 17.C.C.4 Rated continuous currents (A) 17.1 Make and type of protective and alarm relays (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) Thermal overload relay Input under voltage relay Single phasing alarm relay Phase reversal relay D.6.10.11 Characteristics of back-up HRC fuse 18.2 Rated voltage of each of the above (a) AC/DC (b) Permissible variation (c) Frequency NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 23 E27-GTP. output over-voltage relay D.7 Thermal trip rating 17.6.6.8 Thermal trip time 17.3 Voltage range and power for drop off.Page 23 of 196 . 17. input failure relay (for connecting the D.

8 Setting range 18.2 Ratings (a) Continuous current (b) Short circuit – making capacity (c) Breaking capacity NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 24 E27-GTP.0 20.5 Time vs current curves of each of the above.9 Reset factor 18.6 Reset time 18.12 No.4 19.18.3 VA burden of each of the above 18. Series resistance.10 Number of contacts (a) (b) Normally open Normally closed 18. (to be enclosed alongwith the offer) 18.2 Type and designation 19.5 20.1 Manufacturer’s name 19.1 Rated power consumption (watts).Page 24 of 196 .3 Permissible voltage variation 19.7 Accuracy 18.4 Operating time of each of the above 18.0 INDICATING LAMPS 19. of operations 18. if any SWITCHES: Manufacturer’s name 20.13 Operation indicator 19.11 Rating of contacts (a) (b) (c) Rated Voltage (V) Rated making and breaking Continuous rating 18.

2 Type (a) Ammeter (b) Voltmeter 22.0 FUSES (a) Make (b) Type (c) Rating (Amps) (d) Interrupting rating (KA) 22.1 Manufacturer’s Name (a) Ammeter (b) Voltmeter 22.Page 25 of 196 .3 Standard (a) Ammeter (b) Voltmeter 22.4.3 Operating mechanism details 20.2 Volt meter (a) Input supply (b) Charger output (c) Load NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 25 E27-GTP.(d) Voltage 20.4.4 Scale range 22.4 Type of visual indication (a) OFF and ON position (b) Fuse blow out 21.0 INSTRUMENTS 22.1 Ammeter (a) Float charger (b) Boost charger (c) Battery float (d) Battery boost 22.

11 Selector switch for volt meter (AC & DC) (a) Make (b) Rating 23. Reference float voltage at ambient temperature of 270C Whether protection is given for float voltage to Avoid low battery voltage due to sensor or circuit Malfunction. 25.1 Manufacturer’s name 23.5 Size of dial (a) Volt meter (b) Ammeter 22. 24.6 Accuracy class (a) Volt meter (b) Ammeter 22.2 Type 23.22.8 Limit of errors 22.10 Type of mounting 22.7 Temperature at which calibrated 22.3 Capacitance (Farad) 23.4 Maximum temperature rise over an ambient temperature of 500C.9 Out line dimensions 22.Page 26 of 196 .0 CAPACITOR 23. (Yes/ No) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 26 E27-GTP.

make & Sl. accuracy. State the colour of the affixed sticker 10 Inspite of imposed limitations. Whether the particular meter / equipment can still be used ? Justify its use for corresponding test(s) 11 Remarks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 12 Signature of the tenderer with seal & date NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. No.Page 27 of 196 . state the limitations 9 Whether the calibrating agency has put any limitation towards the use of the particular meter/equipment/ meter.ANNEXURE – IV-A (For Testing of Battery) (To be filled in by the bidder) CALIBRATION STATUS OF TESTING EQUIPMENTS AND INSTRUMENTS/ METERS Name of the Test Meters & Equipments required for the corresponding test with range. Date of Calibration Due date of Calibration Name of the Calibratig Agency Whether Calibrating Agency is Govt. approved Whether documents relating to Govt. Whether the calibrating agency has put any limitation towards the use of the particular meter/ equipment. If yes. approval of the calibrating Agency furnished Whether the meters/ equipments fulfil the accuracy class as per calibration report.

State the colour of the affixed sticker 10 Inspite of imposed limitations. Whether the particular meter / equipment can still be used ? Justify its use for corresponding test(s) Remarks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 Signature of the tenderer with seal & date NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Date of Calibration Due date of Calibration Name of the Calibratig Agency Whether Calibrating Agency is Govt. No. make & Sl.Page 28 of 196 . Whether the calibrating agency has put any limitation towards the use of the particular meter/ equipment. approval of the calibrating Agency furnished Whether the meters/ equipments fulfil the accuracy class as per calibration report. accuracy.ANNEXURE – IV-B (For Testing of Battery Charger) (To be filled in by the bidder) CALIBRATION STATUS OF TESTING EQUIPMENTS AND INSTRUMENTS/ METERS Name of the Test Meters & Equipments required for the corresponding test with range. approved Whether documents relating to Govt. If yes state the limitations 9 Whether the calibrating agency has put any limitation towards the use of the particular meter/equipment/ meter.

whether the bidder agrees to conduct he particular type test again at their own cost without any financial liability to OPTCL in the presence of OPTCL’s representative within the specified delivery period 8 Remarks 1 2 3 4 5 9 Signature of the tenderer with seal & date NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 29 of 196 . furnished or not ? 6 Whether the type tested Plante lead acid battery fulfills the technical requirements as per TS 7 If the type tested battery does not fulfill the technical requirements as per this specification. Whether the Test report in complete shape alongwith drawings etc.ANNEXURE V – A (To be filled in by the bidder) CHECK LIST TOWARDS TYPE TEST REPORTS FOR BATTERY Name of the Type Test Date Test of Name of the Laboratory where the Test has been conducted Whether Laboratory Government approved the is Whether the Test report is valid as per Spn.

ANNEXURE V – B (To be filled in by the bidder) CHECK LIST TOWARDS TYPE TEST REPORTS FOR BATTERY CHARGER Name of the Type Test Date Test of Name of the Laboratory where the Test has been conducted Whether the Laboratory is Government approved Whether the Test report is valid as per Spn. furnished or not ? Whether the type tested battery charger fulfills the technical requirements as per TS If the type tested battery charger does not fulfill the technical requirements as per this specification.Page 30 of 196 . whether the bidder agrees to conduct he particular type test again at their own cost without any financial liability to OPTCL in the presence of OPTCL’s representative within the specified delivery period Remarks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Signature of the tenderer with seal & date. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Whether the Test report in complete shape alongwith drawings etc.

Page 31 of 196 .GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR SF6 AND VACUUM CIRCUIT BREAKERS NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.

(a) Rated short circuit breaking current (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (iii) (b) Rms value of AC component of rated short circuit current (KA) Percentage DC component Assymetrical Breaking Current at Highest System Voltage Certificate or report no Oscillogram no. Rated normal current (a) Under site conditions(Amps) (b) Rated (Amps) 7. Number of Poles 5. 2. separately for 245kv &145 KV SF6 Circuit Breakers) 1. Rated short circuit making current (KA peak) (i) At Higher rated Voltage (ii) At Lower rated Voltage (c) (i) Maximum Breaking capacity Under Phase Opposition(KAP) (iii) (iv) Max Pole discrepancy(ms) Max arc duration & Corresponding current under lockout pressure NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR CIRCUIT BREAKERS ( To be filled in & furnished by the Bidder . (a) (b) 1.Page 32 of 196 . Maker’s name and country of manufacture Manufacturer’s type Designation Applicable technical standards (a) (b) Rated voltage(kV) Rated frequency(Hz) 4. Class 6.

Maximum Total Break Time under any duty condition For any current up to rated breaking current with limiting condition of Voltage & Pressure(ms) Arcing time (ms) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Rated duration of short circuit(Sec. Rated operating sequence 12. Rated characteristics for short line faults.8. At 100% rated breaking current (ms) At 50% rated breaking current (ms) At 25% rated breaking current (ms) At 10% rated breaking current (ms) Maximum arcing time at lowest fault current (ms).Page 33 of 196 . Break Time (ms) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (v) At 100% rated breaking current (ms) At 50% rated breaking current (ms) At 25% rated breaking current (ms) At 10% rated breaking current (ms) Maximum break time at lowest fault current (ms). Rated transient recovery voltage for terminal faults (kV peak) 10. First pole to clear factor 9.) 13. 11. (a) (ii) (b) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (c) Opening time (ms) (i) Maximum Opening time under any condition With limiting Voltage & Pressure. Rated out of phase making & breaking current (kA) 14.

if any. 19. of breaks in series per pole. 16. 11. (ii)Max.component (kA) Percentage DC component.Page 34 of 196 . 6. Minimum Time Interval between each make/ Break Operation.) At closing (metres/sec. Type of devices. Interrupting capacity based on duty cycle as per sl.) 24. rise of temperature over ambient for current rating under sl. (a) (b) AC . Rated line charging breaking current (kA) Rated small inductive breaking current (kA) (i)Max. 22.(d) (e) Closing time (ms) Minimum dead time for 3 phase reclosing (f) Maximum Close Open Time under any condition With limiting Voltage & Pressure. 17. (g) 15. used to obtain uniform voltage distribution between breaks. Latching current (kA) No. 18. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 20. Length of contact travel (mm) Total length of break per pole (mm) Rate of contact travel: (a) (b) At tripping (metres/sec. 21. 23. rise of temperature for Main contacts over design ambient temperature of 50deg C.

mm. ii. Switching off an unloaded. 29. kg/sq. iii. transformer 26. 28.To earth (c ) Across open contacts Lightning impulse withstand test voltage.25. Material of contacts: i.Page 35 of 196 . Main Arcing Whether contacts are silver plated Thickness of silver coating mm v. (a) (b) (c ) Single line to ground fault Interruption on short lines. (ii) Number of auxiliary contacts per pole for normal operation(NO & NC) (iii)Number of auxiliary contacts per pole provided for Owner’s use(NO & NC) (iv) Current rating of Auxiliary contacts Type of arcing-contacts and/or arc control device 27. iv. (i) Type of main contact. Contact pressure. kV(peak) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Recovery voltage distribution between breaks in percent of rated voltage. Insulation level of the breaker: (a) 1 minute power frequency withstand voltage kV rms(Dry & Wet) (i) Between live terminals & Ground (ii) Between terminals with Breaker contacts open (b) Switching surge withstand test Voltage kV (peak) .

33.To earth (d) Across open contacts Max. 36. 38. Type of tripping mechanism Number of Tripping Coil (A) Normal voltage of tripping coils(volts) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. (b) (a) 37. 35. Whether the circuit breaker is fixed trip or trip free Method of closing (a) Normal (b) Emergency Type of closing mechanism (a) (b) Normal voltage of closing Pick up range (volts DC) Power at normal voltage of closing mechanism (watts) Power at 85% of normal voltage of closing mechanism(watts) (c) No of closing coils in operation 34. Minimum clearances (a) (b) ( c) Between phases (live parts)(mm) Between live parts and earth (mm) Total Creepage Distance (i) To ground (ii) Between Terminals 32.Page 36 of 196 . i) ii) iii) RIV level (Max) Corona inception voltage (kV rms) Corona extinction voltage (kV rms) 31. dynamic power frequency over voltage withstand kV (peak) 30..

39. (c) No. of loops and time including resistor current duration (cycle) Resistor current duration (cycle) Total length of the arc (mm) Max. length of the arc (mm) Total interrupting time measured from instant of trip coil energisation to arc extinction of resistor current (cycles) b) Closing time measured from instant of application of power to NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. of tripping coils in operation (d) Pick up range (V DC) (B) Number of close open operation (i) possible after failure of AC supply to motor (ii) Time required for motor to charge the closing spring(Sec) (iii) Wheather indication of spring charged condition will be provided in control cabinet.Page 37 of 196 . Arc duration at 100% (ms) Interruption capacity: a) Opening Arcing time no. 40.(a) (b) Power at normal voltage for Tripping coils (watts) Power at 70% normal voltage for Tripping coils (watts).

NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.) c) Maximum over-voltage factor of the circuit breaker when switching off. (d ) at current corresponding to 100% rated breaking capacity. (a) (b) at 50% rated current at 100% rated current (c ) at current corresponding to 50% rated breaking capacity. arc Critical current (current giving the longest when a break takes place) (kA) a) Recovery voltage when circuit breaker tested at 100% rated breaking capacity (kV inst. When switching of synchronous systems: (a) Max. contacts of 1 pole (kV) No. of openings the circuit breaker is capable of performing without inspection. replacement of contacts or other main parts.) b) Rate of rise of restriking voltage at breaking i) for 30% breaking capacity (kV/microsecs.Page 38 of 196 . 43.closing device upto arcing contacts touchings (cycles) 41. current (kA) (b) Max. i) Unloaded transformers ii) Loaded transformer iii)Open circuited lines 42.) ii) for 100% breaking capacity (kV/microsecs.

Insulation class One minute power frequency withstand. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.) c ) Overall dimensions: Height (mm) Width (mm) Length (mm) (B). to include deed load plus impact value on opening at maximum interrupting ratings. Weight (kg. required to remove porcelain (mm). kV (rms) (dry & wet) Flash over voltage (kV) Lightning impulse withstand voltage kV (peak) (dry & wet) Switching surge withstand voltage kV (peak) (wet) Corona discharge voltage (kV rms) 45. in terms of equivalent static load (Kg. (A)a) W eight of complete circuit breaker (Kg).) Transport dimensions (mm) Height above floor.Page 39 of 196 . b) Impact loading for foundation design.Type & Material of Gasket used to ensure gas tight joints for (i)Metal to Metal Joint (ii) Metal to Porcelain Joints (C ) Type & Make of a) Density Monitor b)Pressure Gauge (D) Density Monitor Setting a) Lock Out b) Alarm Porcelain: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) l) Make Type Descriptive pamphlet no.44.

53.) 52. (i) Weight of empty cylinder (Kg. (i)Quantity of SF6 gas required per single pole unit (Kg. 58. total protected (mm) Permissible safe cantilever loading on installed porcelain (Kg.) E27-GTP. 56. deg. Quantity of SF6 gas supplied for a. 49. Chemical composition of absorbent 54. give alarm (Kg/sq.m) 46. Quantity of absorbent required per pole (Kg. 50..m) n) Creepage distance.cm ) 48. deg. Limits of gas pressure for pressure operation of circuit breaker – (Kg/sq. 51.Page 40 of 196 57.) Standard to which SF6 Gas Complies. Quantity of absorbent covered in the scope of supply (including spare quantities) 55. cut off (Kg/sq.cm. C) Name of SF6 supplier and country of origin.) at rated Pressure & at 20 deg C (ii) Guaranteed Maximum Leakage rate per Year. Rated pressure of SF6 gas in the gas cylinders (Kg/sq. (i)Rated pressure of SF6 gas in the circuit breaker (Kg/sq.cm. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 .cm ) (ii) Rated Pressure of SF6 in operating Chamber(kg/cm2) at 20deg C (iii) Limits of Pressure of extinguishing medium 47. Quantity of SF6 gas per cylinder (Kg.cm ) Pressure and temperature at which the temperature compensated gas pressure switch will a. Recommended interval for renewal of absorbent in case of outdoor circuit breakers operating in tropical conditions. C) b. Actual use in breakers (Kg.) (ii) Wheather Breakers are dispatched filled with SF6 Gas or filled at site.

b. Oil Content g. c) Motor Type d) Country of Origin e) Type of Duty f) Type of Enclosure & Method of Cooling g) Applicable Standard to which motor confirms h) Type of mounting i) Direction of rotations as viewed from non driving end. o) Rating of the Motor. of H20 by weight (ppm) c. of CF4 by weight (ppm) d. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. of air by weight (ppm) b.. Qty. n) Power Factor at rated load. Qty.59. Qty. Designation & Seal ……………….Page 41 of 196 . Motor For Circuit Breaker a) Manufacture’s name & address b) Eqipment driven by motor or not. m) Full Load current at rated voltage & frequency. Resistivity 60. j) Standard Continuous rating at 50deg C k) Rated Voltage l) Rated Speed at rated Voltage & Frequency(rpm). Qty. As spare (Kg.. Control Cabinet (a) Material of enclosure (b) Thickness of sheet steel (c) Painting for control cubicle (d) Paint shade (e) Degree of protection (f) Dimension (g) Material of gasket Name of the firm…………………. Date ………………………………. p) Time for fully charging the closing spring 61. Density f. of free acid by weight (ppm) e.) Chemical composition of gas: a. Signature of Bidder……………….

a) b) 9. Name of Manufacturer. 4. Total break time in ms. Minimum reclosing time at full rated - M. Symmetrical. 5.S. -°C KVA MVA KA 10. - M. a) b) 6.S. Manufacturer’s type designation. 8. Rated Voltage. - M. KV KV Maximum (continuous) service rated Voltage Normal current rating. 15. Under normal conditions. Making capacity. 7. Assymmetrical. Whether restricting free. Under site conditions.Arcing time.Page 42 of 196 .S.SCHEDULE OF GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR 36 KV CIRCUIT BREAKERS 1. 12. Breaking capacity. 14. Make time. 2. Interrupting MVA from the instant ofTrip coil energisation. Short time current rating for seconds (rms) Maximum temperature rise over ambient. a) at 10% rated interrupting capacity - MS b) at rated interrupting capacity - MS 11. 13. 3. Minimum dead time for 3 phase reclosing.S.- M. - Yes/No NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.

- mm ii) Live parts to earth. i) Between line terminal & grounded objects. Minimum clearance in air. - KV rms. - KV viii) Weight of bushing. V) 1.2/50micros full wave impulse withstand test voltage for the two cases above.KV rms. - mm iii) Live parts to ground level - mm NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. - ii) Dry 1 minute power frequency - KV rms withstand test voltage. iii) Dry flashover value. - KV rms.16. 17. . Between terminal with breaker contacts open. -KV rms.Page 43 of 196 . One minute dry power frequency Withstanding test voltage (KV rms) Between line terminal and ground objects. i) Between phases. -KV(Peak) ii) Between terminal with breaker Contacts open. iv) Wet flashover value. - Kg. 1. Busing or Insulators : i) Type of bushing. - mm vii) Puncture value of bushing. - 18.2/50 impulse withstand - KV(Peak) vi) Creepage distance. 19.

23. 31. Thickness of silver plating. . i) Operning ii) Closing. ii) iii) These open when breaker is closed. Materials of auxiliary contacts. 32. Contacts. Type of operating mechanism. Power required for trip coil Watts NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Number of breaks per phase. 26. 22. 35. Control circuit voltage. Contacts silver plated or not. used to limit the rate of rise or restricting voltage. Contact pressure. Voltage distribution between breaker. Type of Aux. Those adjustable with respect to the position of main contacts. Type of device if any. 30. 29. i) Those closed when breaker is closed. 21. Number of poles of circuit breaker.iv) Between live parts & grounded object. 34. Number of auxiliary contacts provided.Page 44 of 196 .mm 20. 27. Voltage grading device if any used. 28. 33. 25. Type of main contacts. 24. Total length of break per phase.

Power required for close coil At 220V D.C. Quantity. Nos. 41. With foundation – Nuts & Bolts to be provided 40. of terminal connector. 38.C. Watts Frequency at which contacts are To be replaced. Type test certificate Furnished Circuit Breaker weight. 39. Name of the Firm:- Signature of the bidder:- Designation & seal:- Date:- NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Nos.Page 45 of 196 . 42. 36. Steel support structure galvanized Whether yes or no Yes/No Kg.at 220V D. 37.

Page 46 of 196 .GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR CURRENT TRANSFORMER NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.

1 7. 7. 10. 2. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 1.2 8. 9.Page 47 of 196 . No. 5.GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR CURRENT TRANSFORMER TO BE FILLED BY THE BIDDER.0 7. Bidder’s name and address Name and address of the Manufacturer Manufacture’s type designation Standards applicable Rated frequency (HZ) Rated Voltage (KV) Rated current (A) Rated continuous current (A) Rated extended primary current (A) Short time thermal current withstand for stipulated time duration (KA) Dynamic current withstand (KAP) 1. 3. 6.2/50 μs impulse withstand voltage (KVP) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Sl. 4.

16.Sl. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 11. of cores per CT Transformation Ratio No.0 19. One minute dry and wet power frequency withstand voltage (KVrms) No. 17.Page 48 of 196 . No. 15. 18. 19. 12.1 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. of secondary turns Rated output at all ratios for metering core (VA) Accuracy class Minimum Knee point voltage at different taps for all ‘PS’ class cores (V) Secondary winding resistance at different taps for all cores (Ω) (750C) Maximum exciting current at all ratios (for all PS class cores) 100% KPV 14. 13.

1 Vr / 31/2 at 1. of primary turns Material and cross-section of primary (mm2) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 21. 24. 22. 26.Page 49 of 196 . Radio interference voltage at 1.2 (Knee point voltage) (mA) 25% KPV (Knee point voltage) (mA) 20% KPV (Knee point voltage) (mA) 10% KPV (Knee point voltage) (mA) Instrument security factor at different ratios.0 MHZ (Micro volts) Whether auxiliary CT provided for metering winding Corona extinction voltage (KV rms) Partal discharge level (PC) Total creepage distance (mm) Primary No. 25.1 26.2 19.4 20.Sl. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 19. 23. 26. No.3 19.

2 29.3 27. No.1 29. 31. 28. 28.Sl.4 . 29. 29.3 .3 .1 28. Type of primary Whether CT is suitable for transportation horizontally. 30. Percentage current (ratio) error and phase displacement in minutes at rated burden and at 5% rated current 10% rated current 20% rated current 120% rated current Percentage current (ratio) error and phase displacement in minutes at 25% rated burden and At 5% rated current At 10% rated current At 20% rated current At 120% rated current Quantity of oil per CT (Litres) Standard to which oil NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 29.2 28. 28.Page 50 of 196 .4 . Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 26.

2 32.1 32.4 32.6 32. 32.6 . Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 32. Characteristics of oil (prior to filling) Breakdown voltage (KVrms) Dielectric dissipation constant (tan delta) Water content (ppm) Gas content Interfacial tension at 270C (N/m) Specific resistance At 900C (Ωcm) At 270 C (Ωcm) Whether current transformers are hermetically sealed.1 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.5 32. conforms generally.3 32.2 33. how ? Total weight (Kg) Transport weight (Kg) Temperature rise over an ambient temperature of 500C for continuous 34.Sl. 35. If so. 36.1 32.Page 51 of 196 . No.6 .

2 37. 37.3 38. of turns of primary Material of the primary conductors Size of the primary conductor NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.1 37.5 operation at rated continuous thermal current.2 38.1 36.4 38.2 36. Winding Oil External surface of the core. metallic parts in contact with or adjacent to insulation. 38.1 38. DATA ON PRIMARY WINDING Rated primary current (A) No.Page 52 of 196 .Sl. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 36. of conductors in one turn No.3 38. Ratio and phase angle curve Magnetisation curves Ratio correction factor curves. No. Whether CT characteristic curves enclosed.3 37.

7 38.8 38.Page 53 of 196 .9 38.Sl. No.1 0 (Bare/ Insulated (mm x mm) Cross-sectional area of each conductor (mm2) Total crosssectional area of primary winding (mm2) conductors Current density(A/mm2) (i) At highest ratio (ii) At intermediate ratio (iii) At lowest ratio Short circuit current densiry (A/mm2) (i) At highest ratio (ii) At intermediate ratio (iii) At lowest ratio Ampere-turn of Primary (AT) (i) At highest ratio (ii)At intermediate ratio (iii) At lowest NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.6 38. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 38.

3 .3 39.1 1 38.4 39.4 .3 .1 39.3 39. 39.4 .3 39.Sl.2 39.5 ratio Length of primary conductor (m) Weight of primary winding (kg.Page 54 of 196 .) CORE Material and grade of the core Thickness of core (mm) Net Iron crosssectional area of core (mm2) Core-1 Core – 2 Core – 3 Core – 4 Core – 5 Mean magnetic path length (cm) Core – 1 Core – 2 Core – 3 Core – 4 Core – 5 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 38.4 39.4 .4 .2 39.1 39.1 39. No.3 .4 39.5 39.3 .4 .1 2 39.3 .2 39.

5 39.4 39.2 39.8 .7 . HAT/cm) Whether specific loss vs.8 . flux density graph for the core material used furnished ? Axial length of core (mm) Core – 1 Core – 2 Core – 3 Core – 4 Core – 5 Inside diameter / outside diameter of the cores (mm) Core – 1 Core – 2 Core – 3 Core – 4 Core – 5 39.8 Whether B-H curve for the core material.8 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.1 39.3 39.5 39. furnished ? (B-wb/m2.8 .3 39.Sl.Page 55 of 196 .4 39. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 39.6 39.8 .7 .1 39.2 39.7 .7 39.7 .7 . No. used.

40.Page 56 of 196 .3 39.9 .1 Weight of the core (kg) Core – 1 Core – 2 Core – 3 Core – 4 Core – 5 SECONDARY WINDINGS Rated secondary current (A) Material of the secondary windings Size of the secondary conductor [Bare / Insulated] [mm] Core – 1 Core – 2 Core – 3 Core – 4 Core – 5 Cross sectional area of the 40. No.9 .5 40.2 40.2 40.3 .3 . 40.5 39.9 .1 39.4 40.2 39.9 .9 .5 40.3 .3 .Sl.1 40.4 39.9 39. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A .4 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.3 .3 .3 40.

5 . No.1 40.4 .5 .2 40.6 .5 .Page 57 of 196 .3 40.6 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.1 40.5 40.5 40.1 40.4 40.5 .6 .6 .4 .6 40.4 .5 . Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 40. of secondary turns Core – 1 Core – 2 Core – 3 Core – 4 Core – 5 40.Sl.4 .3 40.5 secondary conductor (mm2) Core – 1 Core – 2 Core –3 Core – 4 Core – 5 Current density of secondary windings (A/mm2) Core – 1 Core – 2 Core – 3 Core – 4 Core – 5 No.3 40.2 40.4 40.2 40.6 .4 40.4 .

of turns / layer Core – 1 Core – 2 Core – 3 Core – 4 Core – 5 Average length / turn of secondary windings (mm) Core – 1 Core – 2 Core – 3 Core – 4 Core – 5 40.5 40.7 .9 .9 .7 .3 40.9 No.5 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.8 40.9 .5 40. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A .5 40.3 40.1 40.1 40.7 40.9 .8 .8 .2 40.2 40.Sl.4 40. No. of layers Core – 1 Core – 2 Core – 3 Core – 4 Core – 5 No.Page 58 of 196 .7 .3 40.8 .7 .4 40.2 40.7 .8 .8 .1 40.9 .4 40.

2 40.3 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.1 1. Insulating materials used to achieve 41.4 40. Name/s of Insulating materials between secondary winding and primary windings.2 41.1 0 40. No.3 40.1 1.1 1.1 1.5 41 41.1 1.1 Resistance of the conductor used for secondary winding per meter length at 750C (Ω/M) Weight of secondary windings (kg) Core – 1 Core – 2 Core – 3 Core – 4 Core – 5 INSULATION Name and class of insulating material between core and secondary winding.Sl. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 40.1 1 40.1 40.Page 59 of 196 .

1 . 43.1 42.1 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. No.1 42.3 42. 42.2 grading of capacitance.Sl.1 .1 .Page 60 of 196 .5 42.4 43.1 . DIAMETER OF WINDINGS Inside / outside diameter of secondary windings (mm) Inside / outside diameter of secondary windings (mm) Core – 1 Core – 2 Core – 3 Core – 4 Core – 5 Inside / outsde diameters of primary winding (mm) Minimum clearance from tank (mm) Minimum clearance from secondary to tank (mm) TANK AND SECONDARY TERMINAL BOX Material of the 42.2 42.1 .3 42.1 42.1 .4 42. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 42.

No.2 43. 44.8 44.Page 61 of 196 .2 CT tank Material of the CT secondary terminal box Thickness of CT tank material (mm) Thickness of CT secondary terminal box material (mm) Zinc coating of the CT tank (gm/m2) as per relevant upto date ISS Zinc coating of the CT secondary terminal box (gm/m2) as per the relevant upto date ISS.3 43.Sl. fittings and other accessories (kg) TERMINAL CONNECTOR Manufacturer’s name Applicable standard NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Weight of the tank.4 43. Ingress protection rating of the secondary terminal box.7 43.5 43.1 44.6 43. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 43.

Sl.4 .1 1 45.9 44.4 . 45.1 45.4 44.6 44.3 44.3 44. No.Page 62 of 196 .5 44. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 44.2 44.7 45.4 .8 Type Material of connector Clamp body Bolts and Nuts Spring washers Rated current (Amp) Rated terminal load (Kg) Factor of safety Minimum thickness of any part (mm) Weight of clamp complete with hardwares (kg) Type test reports as per IS enclosed OGA drawing enclosed INSULATOR Manufacturer’s name Type Applicable standards Height (mm) Diameter (top) (mm) Total creepage distance (mm) Rated voltage 44.1 0 44.7 44.8 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.3 45.2 45.4 45.1 44.5 45.

1 0 1. No. 45.T) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.1 1 45. dry and wet. (KV – rms) 45.2/50 microsec impulse withstand voltage (KVP) Corona extinction vollage (KV) 45.9 (KV) Power frequency withstand voltage for 1 min.732KV (for 220KV C. Dielectric dissipation factor at 245/1. Cantilever strength (Kg) The drawing enclosed.Page 63 of 196 .1 4 45.1 2 45. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A .Sl.1 3 Weight (Kg) Maximum allowable span (mm) 45.1 5 46.

732 KV (for 132 kv C. to be used towards determination of ratio errors and phase angle errors for metering cores. Description a)400200A100/ 1-1-1A 33KV b) 800400200A-/ 1-1-1A a) 800400200A/ 1-1-11A 132KV b)600300150A/ 1-1-11A c) 400200100A/ 1-1-11A d)400200A/ 1-1-11A 220KV 1200-600300A/ 1-1-1-1-1A 47.) at ambient temperature. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Accuracy class of standard C.Page 64 of 196 . and 145/1.T.Sl. No.T.

Page 65 of 196 .GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR CONTROL CABLE & POWER CABLE NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.

Page 66 of 196 . 1 DESCRIPTION Standards to which the cable conforms UNITS IS-1554/IEC 502 BIDDERS OFFER 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Catalogue Number Conductor Material Conductor Strands Conductor Shape Conductor cross sectional area Outer Diameter of Conductor Number of Cores Reduced neutral conductor cross sectional area Insulation Material Minimum thickness of insulation Nominal thickness of insulation Outer Diameter over insulation Nominal thickness of inner sheathing Sheath Material Type of armouring Number and diameter/size of armour wires/strips Number mm2 mm — mm2 mm mm mm mm — No/mm NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. TECHNICAL DATA SCHEDULES 3.PART 4: SCHEDULES 25. 650/1100V Cable Schedule The Contractor must complete a schedule for each size of cable supplied ITEM NO.

1554 Conductor DC resistance per km at 20°C Conductor AC resistance per km at 20°C and 50Hz Maximum continuous rating of cable in the conditions outlined in Clause 4: System Conditions Minimum insulation resistance per km at 90°C Maximum permissible continuous conductor temperature Maximum permissible continuous outersheath temperature DC test voltage for 15 mins.18 19 20 21 Minimum outersheath thickness Nominal outersheath thickness Overall diameter of cable Minimum Bending Radius mm mm mm mm 650/1100V Cable Schedule (Continued) ITEM NO. after installation Delivery length per drum Weight of conductor per km Weight of cable per km Gross weight of full cable drum Outer diameter of the cable drum 26 27 28 Mohm/km °C °C kV m kg/km kg/km 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 kg mm NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. DESCRIPTION 22 23 24 25 UNITS kV ohm/km ohm/km A BIDDERS OFFER Cable identification per Clause 9 Rated Voltage per IEC 502/IS .Page 67 of 196 .

36 37 38 39 40 Width of cable drum Maximum permissible cable pulling tension Maximum permissible cable side wall pressure Manufacturers Name Country of Origin mm kg kg - NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 68 of 196 .

Page 69 of 196 .GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR CONDUCTOR. EARTH WIRE. INSULATORS NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.

Stranding and wire diameter a) b) Aluminum.Page 70 of 196 . 4. mm 6. No. Calculated equivalent aluminum area in sq. Standard nominal copper area in sq.A P P E N D I X .IV Guaranteed Technical Particulars of Conductor ZEBRA PANTHOR ACSR CONDUCTOR: MOOSE Sl. mm 5. Description To be specified by Tenderers Code Word 2. 1. Actual aluminum area NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Maker’s name address and Country. a) b) c) Aluminum rods Steel Wire/rods Complete conductor 3. Steel.

7.M. mm. a) b) c) Aluminum strand Steel strand Conductor 8. mm. Steel strand. 10. 13. Purity of aluminum rods. Zinc coating of steel strand. 12. Standard area of cross section in sq.Page 71 of 196 . 14. Minimum ultimate tensile stress of strand. Minimum breaking load in Kg. Steel strand 9. Before stranding and after stranding for a) b) Aluminum strand. Weight in Kg. a) Uniformity of coating number and/duration of dips. per K. Before stranding and after stranding for a) b) Aluminum strand. Diameter of complete conductor in mm.in sq. a) Aluminum. in Kg/sq. b) Minimum weight of coating gm/sq. Guaranteed ultimate tensile strength of conductor in Kg. mm. 11. mm. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.

Standard length of each peace in Km. Number of standard length in one reel. Dimensions of the reel in cms. Tolerance. 22. Modulus of elasticity of : Conductor.Page 72 of 196 . 23. 21. a) b) c) Aluminum strand. 20. Steel. 18. whether furnished. considering temp. 24. Initial and final sags and tension and stringing charts. if any on standard length. at 20° c. Continuous maximum current rating of conductor in still air at 45° C ambient temperature.b) c) 15. Conductor. Conductor. 17. 19. Percentage of carbon in steel wire. rise of 50°C. Co-efficient of linear expansion per degree centigrade of. 25. 16. Weight of the Conductor NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Resistance in ohms per Km. Steel Strand.

27. Weight of the reel in Kg. Signature of the Tenderer Address Fax No. 26. Seal Ph. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Gross weight of the reel including weight of the conductor. No. if any.Page 73 of 196 . Other particulars. 28. Wheather the conductor will be manufactured as per the relevant Indian Standard Specification & as per Section-IV ‘Technical specification’ of this specification.in one reel in Kg. 29. Wheather the conductor will be Tested as per the relevant Indian Standard Specification & as per Section-IV ‘Technical specification’ of this specification. ( Cause-12 of Section –IV of Technical Specification) 29.

66mm) 1. e) Minimum breaking land f) Final stress in steel wires (a) Uniformity of coating of number and duration of dips. 2. 12. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.15 and 7/3. Maker’s name. 11. 3. Area of cross section of ground wire. Particular of steel strands a) Number of strands. 1.mm N/mm2 N/mm2 KN/mm2 Minutes Number of dips. Km.mm Mm N/mm2 N/mm2 5. Zinc coating :a) Number of one minute dip b) Number of half minute dip. Guaranteed ultimate tensile strength of ground wire. 7. c) Quality of zinc Weight of coating on wire Process of galvanising : : : Mm Sq. Standard length of ground wire. 8. : : : : : : : : : : GM/m2 Sq.Page 74 of 196 . 15. Maximum working tension Resistance in ohms per KM at 200C. Kg / cm2 Final Initial : : : : 14. address and country Percentage of carbon content of the steel wire.I. 4. 13.GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS OF THE GALVANIZED STEEL G. b) Minimum weight of coating Standard overall diameter of ground wire. 10. Co-efficient of linear expansion. 9. 6. Modulus of elasticity of ground wire. 2. EARTH WIRE TO BE FURNISHED BY THE BIDDER(For 7/3. b) Diameter c) Standard sectional area d) Minimum ultimate tensile strength.

5. 4. 2. 7. Mm Spacing – mm Creepage distance of the single disc –mm Electromechanical strength of single disc. Size and designation of Ball and socket and standard to which if will conform mm.GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR INSULATORS (SEPARATE SHEETS MAY BE FILLED IN FOR EACH VOLTAGE RATING) Sl. Double suspensi on 4. Double Tension. Withstand voltage of single disc. Kg.1 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 6. 8. 8. 1. Single Tension 5. 3. Makers name and address and country.Page 75 of 196 . No. No. 1. Outside dia of the disc. 6. Single Suspension 3. Power frequency: a) Dry-kV (rms) b) Wet-kV (rms Description. of insulator discs per string. 2.

9. Power frequency: a) Dry-kV (rms) b) Wet kV (rms) With and without corona ang.2 Lighting impulse voltage 1.Sl. a) PositivekV (peak) b) NegativekV (peak) 9.1 9. a) Positive kV(peak) b) Negative Kv(Peak) -do- 9. 8.2/50 micro second. Impulse voltage 1. Single Suspension Double suspensi on Single Tension Double Tension.2/50 micro second. No. Withstand voltage for the complete string.Page 76 of 196 .2 Description.3 Switching surge voltage 250/2500 micro second (for 400KV only) -doa) Dry-kV NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.

1 11. Flashover voltage for the complete string. No. a) Positive kV(peak) b) Negative Kv(Peak) 11.Page 77 of 196 . Description. Power frequency: a) Dry-kV (rms) b) Wet kV (rms) 10.1 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.2 Lighting impulse voltage 1. Single Suspension Double suspensi on Single Tension Double Tension. Flashover voltage for the disc. 10.Sl.2/50 micro second. (rms) b) Wet kV (rms) 10. Power frequency: a) Dry-kV (rms) b) Wet kV With and without corona ring.

Sl. Description.2/50 micro second. a) Positive kV(peak) b) Negative Kv(Peak) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.2 Lighting impulse voltage 1. (rms) 11. No. Single Suspension Double suspensi on Single Tension Double Tension.Page 78 of 196 .

GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR ISOLATORS NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 79 of 196 .

mm) Terminal pad Contacts Terminal Connector NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 3. 6. Current density at the minimum cross-section of Moving blade (Amps/Sq. 4. current that can be safely interrupted by the isolator Inductive (A & % PF) Capacitive (A & % PF) 8. Type / installation Manufacturer’s Name and Country of manufacure standard/s according to which the isolator are manufactured Maximum design voltage at which the isolator can operate (kv) frequency (Hz) Rated Voltage (kv) Max. 2.GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR DISCONNECTOR (ISOLATORS) (To be filled in separately for Disconnectors of different voltage classes and types) 400/220/132/33 KV 1. (i) (ii) a) b) c) d) Rated short time current For 3 second (KA rms) Rated peak short time current (kVp) 10. 5. Continuous current rating (Amps) 9. 7.Page 80 of 196 .

1 times maximum line to ground voltage (micro volts) Corona inception voltage (kV rms) Corona extinction voltage (KV rms) 14. i) Impulse withstand voltage (kV peak) Phase to Earth Across isolating Distance Switching surge withstand voltage (kV peak) Phase to Earth Across isolating Distance Power frequency withstand voltage (kV rms) Phase to Earth Across isolating distance Radio interference voltage at 1. factor for specified site conditions. a) Minimum clearance in air: Between poles (mm) Between live parts and earth (mm) Between live part when switch is open On the same pole (mm) Between adjacent poles (mm) Rated mechanical terminal load Load along the terminal connector side (kg) ii) Load across the terminal connector side(kg) Contact zone Horizontal deflection (mm) Vertical deflection (mm) 16. C) 12. (deg. 13. i) ii) iii) (a) (b) 15.Page 81 of 196 .11. m. 14. a) b) ii) (a) (b) iii) (a) (b) iv) v) vi) Derating Insulation levels. (i) (ii) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Max. Torque required to operate the switch in Kg. temp rise of current carrying parts when carrying rated current continuously.

Material and size of housing No. of pipes Size of shackle.mm Moving Blades Material and grade Cross sectional area Contact Support Material and size of channel / block Material and size of plate Rain hood – Material grade and size Turn and twist mechanism Material and size of clamps Material and size of springs Whether springs are encased Nuts and Bolts. of Insulators per pole Contacts Material and grade Cross-sectional area in sq. of bearings / bush and its material and size Type of inter lock NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.(iii) Total amplitude of longitudinal movement w. material and grade in live parts. ii) a) b) i) a) b) ii) a) b) iii) iv) a) b) c) v) a) Design and Construction i) No.t. of bearings. screw No.r. b) Size material and grade in other parts viii) Insulator base plate Material and size of plate below insulators ix) a) b) x) a) b) c) xi) Bearings. conductor supporting fixing contact (mm) 15.Page 82 of 196 . Size. location and size Tandem pipe Size class and no.

b) Make type. of units per insulator stack. of motors per isolator Gears Limit switches Contactors Over load relay Single phase preventor Auxiliary switch Terminal blocks Insuiator wires HRC fuses Pole discrepancy relay Timer Space Heater Interlocks xv) Insulators a) Type b) No. rating and qty. of cable glands Whether removable gland plate provided.Page 83 of 196 .xii) Down pipe size and class xiii) Type of universal / swivel joint a) b) a) Between bearing and down pipe Between down pipe and operating mechanism xiv) Operating mechanism Control cabinet Material and thickness Degree of protection Type size and no. c) Rating of insulator (kV) d) Height of each insulator stack (mm) e) Bolt circle diameter (mm) f) Tensile strength (kg) g) Compressive strengh NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.

Page 84 of 196 .C) f)Weight of each type of clamp (kg) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. cross section b)Bolts and nuts size Alloy composition Tensile strength c)Type of washers used d)Materials of braids e)Temperature rise when carrying rated current at 50 deg. m) i) Cantilver strength upright (kg) j) Power frequency dry flash over voltage (kV) rms k) Power frequency wet flash over voltage (kV) rms l) Power frequency puncture voltage (kV) rms m) Impulse flash over voltage (positive wave) (kV) peak n) Impulse withstand voltage (kV) peak o) Power frequency withstand voltage (kV) rms p) Visual discharge voltage level (kV) rms q) Creepage distance Total (mm) Protected (mm) r) a) b) c) a) Dry arcing distance (mm) xvi) Base Size of steel sections used Overall size Total weight xvii) Terminal connectors Clamp Body Alloy Composition Plating if any Area at min. C ambient (deg.h) Torsional strength (kg.

Date ……………………………………. Signature of Bidder ………………….List of bought out items. Designation and seal ……………….Page 85 of 196 . Sl . Particulars of components Qty. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.0 20.0 List of test certificates (Type and routine) List of drawings furnished. N o.. Rat ing Make Ty pe 19. Name of the firm …………………….

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Maximum switching surge residual voltage at 1 KA (KVP) for 390KV. Applicable standards. GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS. (c) At 200 % nominal discharge current. Maximum residual voltage with 1 micro-second current wave at 10 KAP E27-GTP. Manufacturer’s type designation. Maximum residual voltage for 8/20 micro-second current wave. Nominal discharge current (8/20 micro second wave) (KA). Minimum discharge capability referred to rated voltage at minimum of discharge characteristics (KJ/KV). Arrester class and type. Rated Arrester Voltage (KV rms). Line discharge class as per IEC. (b) At 100 % nominal discharge current. Maximum switching surge residual voltage at 1 KA for 216 KV.Page 87 of 196 120 KV 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 .ANNEXURE-A. 120KV and for 30KV at 500A. (a) At 50 % nominal discharge current. Maximum continuous operating voltages (MCOV) at design ambient temperature (KV-rms). 390 KV 216 KV 30KV 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Bidder’s Name and Address.216KV. Manufacturer’s Name.

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manufacturing and operation for the past three years (%) separately. (a) 2004-2005. (b) 2005-2006. (c) 2006-2007. ZnO DISC DATA. (a) Rated voltage of ZnO disc. (KVrms). (b) No. of ZnO discs in a unit (Nos.) (c) No. of units of arrester (Nos.) (d) Height/thickness of ZnO discs (mm). (e) Diameter of ZnO disc (mm). EXTERNAL INSULATION. (a) Type. (b) Applicable standard. (c)(i) Lightning Impulse withstand test voltage of housing with 1.2/50 micro sec. Wave (KVP). (ii) Wet switching impulse test voltage (KVP) (d) One minute power frequency withstand voltage of arrester housing KV rms. [i] Dry. [ii] Wet. (e) Total creepage distance of arrester housing (mm). (f) Cantilever strength of complete arrester (Kg-m). OVER ALL DIMENSIONS. (a) Overall Height (mm). (b) Height upto top of terminal pad from mounting plane (mm). (c) Material of terminal pad. (d) Size of terminal pad (mm). (e) Mounting dimensions and diameter of mounting holes (mm). (f) Diameter of insulator (mm). (g) Total weight of complete arrester (Kg.) TERMINAL CONNECTOR. (a) Manufacturer’s Name. (b) Applicable standards. (c) Type.

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(d) Material of connector. [i] Clamp body. [ii] Bolts and Nuts. [iii] Spring washers. (e) Rated current (Amps.) (f) Rated terminal load (kg.) (g) Factor of safety. (h) Minimum thickness of any part (mm). (i) Weight of clamp complete with hard ware (kg.) (j) Type test report as per IS enclosed. (k) OGA Drawing enclosed. INSULATORS. (a) Manufacturers Name. (b) Type. (c) Applicable standards. (d) Height (mm). (e) Diameter (top)(mm). (f) Diameter (bottom) (mm). (g) Total creepage distance (mm). (h) Rated voltage (KV – rms). (i) Power frequency withstand voltage for 1 min. dry and wet (KV – rms). (j) 1.2/50 micro - second impulse withstand voltage (KVP) (k) Corona Extinction voltage (KVrms) (l) Weight (kg.) (m) Maximum allowable span (mm). (n) Cantilever strength (Kg – m).

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6.V. Winding.V. Winding. Rated frequency. Highest system voltage/Nominal voltage. 7. KVA KVA 4.STATION TRANSFORMER:- 1.GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR 33/0.V. Number of phases.Winding KV KV Hz 5.V.Page 92 of 196 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 . a) b) H.433 KV . 3. 8. L. Tappings:a) b) Range Number of steps for high E27-GTP.V. Connection symbol (See IS: 2026 (Part-IV-1977). 9. KVA Rating:a) b) H. Winding. Winding. Winding. L. Connections:a) b) H. Service. Name of the manufacturer. L. 2.V.

Minimum ambient air temperature. Reference ambient temperature:a) b) c) d) e) 11. L.V. KW 13. & at extreme taps. b) Load loss at rated current and rated frequency at normal tapping at 75ºC. a) No-load loss at rated nominal voltage and normal frequency. % Regulation. ºC.) Temperature rise (See 2026 (Part-II)/1977) a) b) Temperature of oil Winding. Impedance voltage & percentage Impedance NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Maximum cooling water temperature. ºC. ii) iii) Stray loss at 75ºC.Page 93 of 196 . Type of cooling (See IS-2026 (Part-II)/1977. 10. Maximum daily average ambient air temperature. (A) Component losses. 12. ºC. ºC. (B) i) ii) Resistance at normal tap & at 75ºC. ºC. H. Maximum yearly average ambient air temperature. Total loss at rated nominal voltage at normal tap & rated frequency. i) 14.voltages variation. ºC.V. ºC. KW 15. Maximum ambient air/temperature.

L.at full rated current at 75ºC. Regulation at full load at 75ºC a) b) At unity power factor. KV rms. c) Full wave lighting impulse withstand voltage with time vrs. KV Peak. 18. Percentage. Winding. Equipment for ONAN cooling.V. 110% & 121% voltage & at rated frequency. -do-do- 21. i) H. ii) L. value. ii) L. for the a) Normal tap. No load current at rated nominal voltage and rated frequency and at 50%. At ¾ full load At ½ full load At 120% of full load. At 0. 16. KV rms. Insulation level (See IS-2026 (Part-III/1977).V. b) Lowest tap position c) Highest tap position.V. KV rms.V. P. Percent -do-do- 20. H. Winding. Winding. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.I. Winding. Winding. i) ii) d) 19. Reactance at rated current and rated frequency.V. b) Induced over voltage withstand. Winding KV rms. 17. a) Separate source power frequency voltage withstand i) H.Page 94 of 196 . 75%. 100%. KV Peak. a) b) c) d) At full load. peak voltage characteristic curves.V.8 power factor loading & lagging. Efficiencies at 75ºC at unity power factor.

27. Terminal arrangement. a) Length b) Breadth. Kg. i) No. Approximate masses:a) Core b) Winding. fittings & accessories. Number of coolers or cooler banks per transformer Rating of each cooler or cooler bank. Core coil assembly radiators Total mass a)Approximate quantity of oil required for first filling. Kg. Kg. side & bottom plate. 23. ii) Make & type iii) Total radiating surface iv) Thickness of radiator fins v) Clear distance between fins vi) Width of radiator fins 22. Neutral.Page 95 of 196 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 .a) State.of Radiators on main tank. Kg. b)Name of the manufacturer of oil used Kg. d) e) f) g) Oil. a) b) c) 25. e) Tank inside & outside dimension. mm mm mm mm mm E27-GTP. c) Height. 24. Approximate tank dimensions for over all dimensions. Ltrs. 26. Kg. d) Thickness of main tank cover plate. Low voltage. c) Tank. Kg. High voltage. (Name of accessories to be mentioned).

5 c/s frequency. Despatch details. High voltage Low voltage vi) No-load loss at 110% rated nominal NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Maximum efficiency. (c) Size of conductor used. Amps/Sq. No. High voltage. of tubes in each rediator. -do-do-doPercent. 28.S.8 P. At ¾ full load At ½ full load Over loading capacity & efficiency. Each side tubes (Nos.Cm HV/LV Percent. (b) Maximum current density in windings. KV KV v) Impulse level with 1/50 Micro. ii) Maximum flux density at rated system voltage & rated frequency. i) (a) i. ii) Efficiency at 75ºC and 0. a) b) Approximate mass of heaviest package. mm mm mm mm Kg. thickness & dia. iii) iv) Load at which maximum efficiency occurs. 29.F. Un-tanking height. Additional technical particulars. iii) Height. i) Length.). Approximate dimensions of largest package. ii) Breadth.Length/breadth/height. Tube length in copper. Low voltage. Tesla or Wo/m². lagging At full load. Wave.Page 96 of 196 . Maximum flux density at highest system voltage & 48. 30.

with Core materials used. 31.V. b) Out of oil. Turn insulation high voltage. mm mm mm mm mm. Turn insulation low voltage. of core materials corres- KV Percentage. High voltage. CORE :(i) (ii) to be ponding to desired flux densities. ix) Insulation materials. Maximum clearance high voltage to tank in oil. Insulation high voltage to low voltage. No. (grade & thickness). of turns of L. a) In oil. Loss in watts/Kg.voltage and rated frequency. xi) Minimum clearance height for lifting core & windings from rank. Minimum clearance high voltage to earth in oil. (Watts/Kg. Low voltage. curve furnished along the bid. (iii) EMF per turn E27-GTP. Type of winding. No. vii) viii) No load current at 110% & 121% of nominal voltage & rated frequency. x) Clearance:Minimum clearance between phases. of turns of H.).Page 97 of 196 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 . Insulation core to low voltage.V.

Coil dia inside. Turns per layer. Stacking factor of core.) No. Turns per coil. Winding depth.) Total (KW). ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------32.) regulating. Total GI (Kg. of steps.(a) WINDING :Current per phase (Amp. Net iron section (cm²). LV HV HV NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Conductor section (mm²) Current density (A/mm²) Turns per phase (T). No. Width of core in mm. Limb/Yoke. Arranged. Dia of each core bolt holes in mm.Page 98 of 196 . Coils per limb. 4 1 2 3 Stack in mm. of core bolt holes per phase.(iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (ix) (x) Core circumcircle dia (d). Coil dia outside. (viii) Weight (Kg. of conductor insulation (mm). conductor bare (mm) No. Layers per coil.

34. a) b) For conductors. 5. Insulation materials.V. 33. Dissipation per fin at 50ºC. 3. Radiator area.V. No. 4.Length of mean turns. Radiator size in mm (Length x wide x fin Nos. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Details of insulation. Total 1² R including stray at 75ºC. 2. mm mm mm 36. H.Page 99 of 196 . Resistance at 75ºC. Thermal head in mm. 4. Top and bottom layer. Make of breather and type with capacity of silica gal filled in grams. Inter layer insulation provided in design for:1. Whether wedges are provided at 50% turns of the coil. Grade of oil used. Oil data:1. Quantity for first filling. Ltr. (b) Radiators provided (Nos. Type of oil. Maker’s name. Weight of copper with/without insulations. 35. 3.). 2. For core. BOV at the time of filling.) Loss to be dissipated by Radiators in KW. In between all layers. of fins provided. L.

LV/E. Type IS-3347/IS-1180. Polarisation Index :Measurement of Insulation resistance at 10 minutes/1 minute. Maker’s name. HV/E LV/E HV/LV 39. 3. 2. I. 38. Particulars of bushings:1. Dry flash over voltage KV We flash over voltage KV. 5. value at 30ºC.Page 100 of 196 . 4.S.R. HV/LV. HV/E. Rating as per I.37. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.

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(a) At 50 % nominal discharge current. Manufacturer’s Name.216KV. Maximum switching surge residual voltage at 1 KA for 216 KV. Maximum switching surge residual voltage at 1 KA (KVP) for 390KV. 120KV and for 30KV at 500A. Maximum residual voltage for 8/20 micro-second current wave.Page 102 of 196 120 KV 30KV 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 . Maximum residual voltage with 1 micro-second current wave at 10 KAP (KVP). Minimum discharge capability referred to rated voltage at minimum of discharge characteristics (KJ/KV). 390 KV 216 KV 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Bidder’s Name and Address. Maximum continuous operating voltages (MCOV) at design ambient temperature (KV-rms).ANNEXURE-A. Nominal discharge current (8/20 micro second wave) (KA). Manufacturer’s type designation. GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS. Line discharge class as per IEC. Arrester class and type. E27-GTP. (b) At 100 % nominal discharge current. (c) At 200 % nominal discharge current. Applicable standards. Rated Arrester Voltage (KV rms).

(d) Reference voltage (resistive/capacitive)(mA). (c) COV at 150°C (resistive/capacitive) (mA). Maximum amount of energy that may be despatched into the arrester during discharge assuming that discharge takes place within 1 minute period and state the switching surge current (KJ/KA). Are the protection levels affected by pollution of external insulation.2/50 microsecond wave (KVP). Minimum prospective symmetrical fault current (KA). (a) For 0. High current short duration (4/10 micro-second impulse wave) (KAP). (c) For 10 Seconds. Rejection rate of ZnO blocks during manufacturing and operation for the E27-GTP. (b) 1. Reference voltage and corresponding reference current of arrester (KV)(mA). during a switching surge discharge (KJ).15 16 17 18 19 One minute power frequency (dry) & (wet) withstand voltage of arrester (KV-rms). Internal pressure required to operate pressure relief device as a percentage of burst pressure of porcelain (KJ) & %.Page 103 of 196 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 .1 Second. (b) For 1 Second. (d) For 100 Seconds. Impulse withstand test voltage of arrester housing with 1. Low current long duration (KAP).1 COV (resistive/capacitive) (mA). Pressure relief class. 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Dynamic over-voltage withstand capability (KV-rms). Maximum internal leakage current by its rms or peak value and both resistive and capacitive component separately at (a) COV (resistive/capacitive) (mA). Energy absorption capability per operation of the arrester.

(a) Overall Height (mm).29 30 31 32 past three years (%) separately. (b) 2005-2006. (b) No. (e) Mounting dimensions and diameter of mounting holes (mm). (e) Total creepage distance of arrester housing (mm). (c) 2006-2007. (f) Cantilever strength of complete arrester (Kg-m).2/50 micro sec. of ZnO discs in a unit (Nos. (b) Height upto top of terminal pad from mounting plane (mm). [ii] Wet. EXTERNAL INSULATION. Wave (KVP).) (d) Height/thickness of ZnO discs (mm).Page 104 of 196 . (b) Applicable standards. (KVrms). (a) Rated voltage of ZnO disc. (a) 2004-2005. ZnO DISC DATA. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. of units of arrester (Nos. (a) Type. (e) Diameter of ZnO disc (mm). (ii) Wet switching impulse test voltage (KVP) (d) One minute power frequency withstand voltage of arrester housing KV rms. (c)(i) Lightning Impulse withstand test voltage of housing with 1.) TERMINAL CONNECTOR. [i] Dry. OVER ALL DIMENSIONS. (d) Material of connector. (f) Diameter of insulator (mm).) (c) No. (d) Size of terminal pad (mm). (c) Type. (g) Total weight of complete arrester (Kg. (c) Material of terminal pad. (b) Applicable standard. (a) Manufacturer’s Name.

) (m) Maximum allowable span (mm). dry and wet (KV – rms). (a) Manufacturers Name. INSULATORS.Page 105 of 196 . [ii] Bolts and Nuts.33 [i] Clamp body. (f) Diameter (bottom) (mm). NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. (b) Type. (n) Cantilever strength (Kg – m).2/50 micro . (e) Diameter (top)(mm). (j) 1. (c) Applicable standards. (d) Height (mm). (g) Total creepage distance (mm).) (f) Rated terminal load (kg. [iii] Spring washers. (e) Rated current (Amps. (i) Weight of clamp complete with hard ware (kg.) (j) Type test report as per IS enclosed. (i) Power frequency withstand voltage for 1 min.) (g) Factor of safety. (h) Rated voltage (KV – rms). (h) Minimum thickness of any part (mm).second impulse withstand voltage (KVP) (k) Corona Extinction voltage (KVrms) (l) Weight (kg. (k) OGA Drawing enclosed.

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6. Name and address of Manufacturer of panels 1. Thickness of sheet steel (i) Front ……………………… (ii) Back ……………………. 8. …………………….. Name of the manufacturer of relays.. For 400/220/132 KV Sub-Station NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 2. DC voltage of the relays 7. Type of construction (Simplex /duplex) 3. ……………………. …………………… 4. Type ) energy meters 9. ……………………. (iii) Sides …………………….. Manufacturer’s type and designation 2.2 accuracy class 8. 3.. Make and Model of static (o. 5. 4. ……………………. Degree of protection ……………………. ……………………. 7.Page 107 of 196 . 6. Confirm whether offered manufacturer of C&R 9……………………… Panels and protective relays have tested Commissioned & they are in successful operation For at least two years in 400 /220/132/33 kV system. i) ii) iii) 5.TECHNICAL DATA REQUIREMENTS CONTROL AND RELAY PANELS ---------------------(Bidder’s Name ) 1.

Features like broken conductor. Type of shaped characteristic 8.... Setting range of off set feature 4……………………… 5... Monitoring feature.... 7.... ……………………. ……………………. 8.... Whether the relay is having self ……………………. of different manufacturer. Whether it is communicable to other relays 9.......... Switched or Non-switched type (is …………………….. 6..SOTF... 6.. 3... Suitable for single and three phase Trip? 5.. …………………….. Name and address of Manufacturer of Relay/panels 1. 3..Page 108 of 196 . Also mention the communicating protocol. Whether relays is compatible for ……………………… PLCC equipment and can be used for Permissive Under reach/over reach /Blocking scheme etc. 9. It with separate measurements for Single/three phase faults) 4... 10...... to fault locater & other features as per Tech Spec are available or not.... 2..... ……………………. (A) TYRANSMISSION LINE PROTECTION Numerical Distance protection Scheme 1.....Distance 10..... Manufacturer’s type and designation 2..1). NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.... 7..

... In case 16 contacts as per above …………………....... …………………... Clause are not available with the distance relay Offered. 14...... No of tripping contacts with making …………………… Capacity of 30 amp for 0. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. a) b) c) IDMT earthy fault relay meeting Normal 14. type tripping relays being offered........Page 109 of 196 . type of IDMT relay being offered 15. b) at SIR=15... 16. e) Charging and check synchronizing. a) b) c) d) e) 15.. 12. c) at SIR=15 (other faults) ……………………. Reach setting of 2 ohms and 10/20 ohms (with CVT) including all trip relays... 11.... if any (Bidder is required to enclose isochronic Curve with CVT on line) a) at SIR=4 ……………………. 12.... 13.. of Binary Input & Out put contacts 17... If no. Inverse Characteristics as per IEC 60253 Is being offered as built in feature for 400/220/132 KV lines.... 16.. (3 phase faults) …………………..2 seconds. Maximum operating time for at 50% of the …………………............11. Built in feature offered with the relay (YES/NO) a) Disturbance recorder …………………… b) Fault locater …………………… c) Over voltage (one stage only) …………………… d) Auto recluse along with Dead line ………………….... 17....... Indicate the no...... 13.....

2. if any (Bidder is required to enclose isochronic Curve with CVT on line) a) at SIR=4 …………………….2 seconds. Setting range of off set feature. 10.. 8. 7. 4……………………… 5. 8. a) b) c) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Clause are not Available with the distance relay Offered. Switched or Non-switched type (is ……………………. No of tripping contacts with making …………………… Capacity of 30 amp for 0. type of tripping relays being offered. 2. 3. Whether the relay is compatible for PLCC ……………………. Built in feature offered with the relay (YES/NO) 5. Name and address of Manufacturer ……………………. 11. Equipment and can be used for permissive Under reach/over reach/Blocking scheme etc. 6. ……………………. Suitable for single and three phase Trip ……………………… 7. 3.. 10. Type of shaped characteristic …………………. Reach setting of 2 ohms and 10/20 ohms (with CVT) including all trip relays. (3 phase faults) ………………….Page 110 of 196 . 6. c) at SIR=15 (other faults) …………………. Maximum operating time for at 50% of the …………………. Manufacturer’s type and designation 1. b) at SIR=15. 9. 9. it with separate measurements for Single/three phase faults) 4. In case 16 contacts as per above …………………..(B) STATIC DISTANCE PROTECTION SCHEME 1.

.. 9.. Earth fault unit setting range inverse time 8.. Also mention the communicating protocol. For alarm. 2. Charging and check synchronizing... ……………….... Over current unit setting range inverse time 7…………………… 8. Manufacturer’s type and designation 2. 5. ………………….. …………………. 9.... Whether it is communicable to other relays 10. VT Fuse failure relay/ feature included …………………. 10. 3. Three over current and one E/F elements 3.... of different manufacturer. ………………….. ……………………. Whether characteristics conform to IEC 255-3 6....... NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 6.. Type of relay (Numerical) 4. (C) BACKUP DIRECTIONAL OVER CURRENT AND EARTH FAULT PROTECTION SCHEME( Numerical) 1....Page 111 of 196 ... Directional sensitivity.. 7.. ……………………. Are whether independent or composite unit 4.a) Disturbance recorder …………………… b) Fault locator …………………… c) Over voltage (one stage only) …………………… d) Auto recluse along with Dead line …………………. 5.... Name and address of Manufacturer a) b) c) d) 1. ………………….

Relay is offered 4. Whether both phase to phase fault and …………………. …………………. 2. Name and address of Manufacturer of panels ……………………. Maximum registering time ………………….. Name and address of Manufacturer. 2.. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Manufacturer’s type and designation 1. 5. Resetting time Whether monitors all three phases? 6. Built in feature of Main/Main 2 distance …………………. 4. Operation indicator provided? 4. 2. ……………………. Manufacturer’s type and designation 2. Phase to earth fault measuring units included? 3. 8. 6. 3. 1. 4. ……………………. 7. 7. ………………. Whether direct display unit provided? …………………. Built in feature of Main/Main 2 distance ………………….. 5. which stage is Offered as built in (E) DISTANCE TO FAUALT LOCATOR 1. Type of relay (Electromechanical/static/Numerical) 3. 8. 3. 6.(D) LINE OVER VOLOTAGE PROTECTION RELAY 1. 5. …………………. 6. Relay is offered.Page 112 of 196 . ………………. If so. Operating time 5. ……………………. ………………….

6. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation 1. 2. Sampling Frequency. 11. No. of digital recording channels. 1. ……………………. 7.. Relay is offered. 1.. Name and address of Manufacturer . 8. No. 3. …………. …………………. …………………. 4. Evaluation Unit.. ……………. Accuracy for the typical conditions defined ………………. ………………. 2. Manufacturer’s type and designation 2. ……………… b. ……………………. 8. ……………. Under technical specification. 4. 10. …………….. 6. Acquisition unit. …………………… 5. Resolution of the event channels (ms) Time display present? 9. Pre-fault memory (milli seconds) Post fault memory (seconds) Total storage memory is seconds.7. 2……………… NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 8. Whether-On-Line type 7.Page 113 of 196 . 7. ……………… 12. 5. 8. Data out put in COMTRADE is available. (F) DISTURBANCE RECORDER a.. Built in feature of Main 1/ Main 2 distances. of analogue channels 3. 12. 9. …………….. ……………. 1. 11.. 10.

8. Reclaim time setting range. ………….. 4. 6. 6. Electromechanical/ static /numerical. Technical parameters of evaluation unit A. 3…………… 4. D. Name and address of Manufacturer. No. 1…………… 2. 5.) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. B. Built in feature of Main 1/ Main 2 distances. 7. Auto re closure relay along with Dead line charging And check synchronizing relay (For 132 KV Lines) offered as a part of distance relay. Three phase dead time setting range. 3. (G) AUTO RECLOSE RELAY 1. 5. Details of printer.. 2. 4.Page 114 of 196 . RAM and hard disk capacity. B.3. ………. Details of power supply arrangement for Acquisition unit (including printer). Additional facilities. …………. A. …………… 7. 5. Suitable for single and three phase? Single phase dead time setting Range. …………………. Relay is offered. C. 9. Processor and speed. D. 8…………… 2. 4. 5. 5. Manufacturer’s type and designation. C. 3. of acquisition unit that can be connected` To one evaluation unit.

..... 12. 7. 3. c) Over Fluxing relays..Page 115 of 196 . 9.. 1... 12... ………..TRANSFORMER PROTECTION a) Differential relay. 7. 6. 2……………… 3. 3. …………….. 11.. ……………. …………. ……….. ……………..... 8. 6.. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 4. 2. …………........... 1...... 1... 10.... 5. Bias setting range. 11..... Whether three instantaneous units provided Operating current setting range.. ………. Accuracy of operating time. 8.. …………. 3..... Communication protocol b) Restricted Earth Fault Protection Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Operating time at 2 x setting. …………… 10..... 2……………… 3..... 1. ………….. Resetting time. 5.. How ratio / phase angle corrections are being done (inter posting transformer/ internal feature in the relay) Whether numerical or not Fifth Harmonic restraint feature. 4.. 4. 5. 2……………… 5. 1.. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Second harmonic restraint provided. Resetting time. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Whether inverse time operating characteristics Maximum operating time.. 5.. 4. …………….. 2. 6... 2. 5………….. Whether numerical Whether suitable for all type of transformer windings or not. 1.. Operating time at 5X setting current. 4. 8... 6.. ……………. 9. ………….. d) Directional O/C and E/F relays.. 7....

4.... 5. …………… 4... ……………. 4……………… 5.. 3. 7.. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Contact rating. 2……………… 3.... …………… a) ………….. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Whether pre-closing and post closing Supervision provided? Time delay. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.... a) …… b) ………….Page 116 of 196 . b) High Speed Trip Relays. 2……………… 3. 3. I) …………… Ii) …………… 1.. a) Making and carry continuously b) Make and carry for 0. ……………. 2. …………… a) …………… b) …………. 8. c) Break. 1. 4.. Operating time at rated voltage (maximum) Resetting time . 1...5 sec. …………… 5.. 4. Over current unit setting range a) b) Inverse time High set 1.. …………….. 2. 2……………… 3……………. 5.. 6. b)…………. ii) Inductive load. 8..). Earth fault unit setting range. c) …………. …………… 4. …………. i) Resistive load... 1.. 3. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Whether Characteristic will confirm to IEC 255-3 Directional sensitivity... a) b) Inverse time High set 7... (With L/R= 40 milli sec.1. 7. …………. Whether numerical Features of disturbance recording 3) GENERAL PROTECTION / MONITORING EQUIPMENT a) Trip Circuit Supervision relay... 2.

. Name and address of Manufacturer 1... …………… 5...Page 117 of 196 .. 6..... Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Type of relay (Numerical) 1...... …………. …………… c) Local breaker back-up protection. …………... 11. …………… 4.6. …………. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Operating time Resetting time. 4) BUS BAR PROTECTION 1.. 8. 5.. 3. ……………. 6... Whether will it cause tripping for the differential Current below the load current of heavily Loaded feeder (Bidder shall submit application Check of the same).. ……………. (ii) …………… 8. 5... 7... Communication protocol 9. Whether LBB protection features available..... Operating time Resetting time... ……………... ……………. 1. 10. ……………. Resetting ranges.... NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 3. 2. Whether supervisory relays included.. 1.. Features of disturbance recording 11. 4.. 6. 1. 7. Principle of operation (Biased.. Setting ranges a) b) Current Time. 2.High/Low impedance) 4.... 4. 2……………… 3. 10. …………… a) ………….... (i) ………...... b) …………. 2……………… 3... 5) Meters and Instruments Indicating meters. (ii) Time.. ……………. 9. 5... (i) Current.

…………… 4. (iii) …………… (iv) ……………....Page 118 of 196 . 2. iii) ……………../EMI compatibility is tested 1. 4.. 3. ………….. 5. 2……………… 3. 6. 4. 3. 5. …………….. Manufacturer’s type and designation Operating principle or type of movement. …………… 6…………… I) ………………. …………. 9. (i) …………… (ii) …………. ……………… 8. ……………. (v) …………….. Whether time tagged information is available Whether EMNC. Full span response time Is it strip type recorder/ digital type If it is digital type i) ii) iii) No of channels beings used.. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Accuracy class. 6. ……………. 5.. Digital type a) Recording Meter for voltage 1..2... ii) …………….. …………… 4. 8. 2……………… 3.. Accuracy class. 5. ………………. 4.. 3. ……………… 7. (i) …………… (ii) …………. Range: (i) (ii) (iii) iv) v) Voltage.... Full span response time Is it strip type recorder/ digital type 1. Total deflection angle Overall dimensions in mm. Burden (i) (ii) Current coil Voltage coil. …………… NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Accuracy class. b) Recording Meter for Current 1. 2. ……………. 5. 6. 4. 9... 5. …………. 7. Current Frequency Megawatt Megavar 2……………… 3.

……………. ii) ……………. Whether time tagged information is available 1. …………. 3. iii)Whether EMC. 3. 6. iii)Whether EMC. …………. …………… 4. 1..Page 119 of 196 ./EMI compatibility is tested c) Recording Meter for MW 6…………… I) ……………….. 5. …………. 3. …………… 6…………… I) ……………….. Full span response time Is it strip type recorder/ digital type If it is digital type i) ii) No of channels beings used.. 2.. 2……………… 3. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Accuracy class.. Whether time tagged information is available 1. 4.6. Whether time tagged information is available Whether EMNC. ii) ……………. 4./EMI compatibility is tested i d) Recording Meter for MVAR 1. If it is digital type i) ii) iii) No of channels beings used. 5. ii) ……………./EMI compatibility is tested e) Recording Meter for frequency. ……………. 5.. 2……………… 3. iii) ……………. …………. 2. 5. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Accuracy class Full span response time. ii) ……………. …………….. …………… 6…………… I) ………………. 4. 5. 5.. 6. 6…………… NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 6.. 2. …………. 1. 4. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Accuracy class. iii) …………….. …………… 4. 2……………… 3. Full span response time Is it strip type recorder/ digital type If it is digital type i) ii) No of channels beings used. Is it strip type recorder/ digital type If it is digital type 1.

4./P. ……………. 1. 6) OTHERS: a) Terminal Block 1. Rating of contacts. b) …………….i) ii) iii) No of channels beings used. Circuits. Rated voltage. 1. Name and address of Manufacturer 1.Page 120 of 196 . of conductors of area 2. …………… 4. (ii) …………. iii) ……………. a) b) Make and carry continuously.. a) …………. 4. 2. …………….5mm² suitable for connection.5 sec.sec inn Amps. ……………. Life of switch in terms of million mechanical operations ii) Synchronizing switch 7. 5.c) c) ………. ……………. 6. Make & carry for 0.of contacts... …………… 5. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Rated current. ii) ……………. 3. Whether time tagged information is available Whether EMC. d) …………. Type of handle. 2……………… 3. 5.. 1. (d. c) d) Break resistive load..c) Break inductive load with L/R=40 m. Rating of handle. 7./EMI compatibility is tested I) ……………….. …………… 4. b) Switches.T. in Amps (d. 1. ……. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 6. (i) All circuits except CT. (i)…………… (ii) C. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation No. 2.TCircuits. 2……………… 3.. ……………. 3. Minimum no. 5. ………. i) Control Switches.

6.. ……………………. 2. 4. …………. 3.... 2……………… 3.. 2……………… 3. Whether series resistors are provided? If series resistors provided. ……………. 3.. 4. give (i) (ii) Ohmic value Wattage 6. Life of Lamps in burning hours. 4. 2……………… 3. 5. Manufacturer’s type and designation Contact ratings. No. ……………. 4. 2……………… (i) ……..Page 121 of 196 .. …………… 7. 1. …………… 6. (ii) …………. Removable handle type? No. …………..2.. 4.. 5. …………… (i) ……. …………… 5.. …………… NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. No. 1.. 4.. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Ratings (i) (ii) (iii) Current Voltage Wattage 1.of contacts iii) Indicating Lamps. …………… 5. …………. 3. (ii) ………… (iii) ………… 4.. 2. 3. 1. 8. 6. …………… 1. 5.of contacts v) Semaphore Indicators. Name of Manufacturer... 7. 5. Permissible voltage variation Whether LED type iv) Push Buttons..of positions Burden DC 1. Name and address of Manufacturer Manufacturer’s type and designation Is colour similar to mimic? No. ………….. ……………. 2. Manufacturer’s type and designation Contact ratings. 4.. …………. 8.of positions.

1.Page 122 of 196 .. ……………. 3. 6.. ……………… 5. ……………. 6. 7. Nominal AC input voltage. ………………. 1. Auxiliary supply voltage. 5. vii) Annunciators. 4. ripple on output Load Resistance (Maxm. 3. 3. Make Type & Model No. 4. ……………… 2. 5. 7. …………… Minimum duration of impulse for initiating. 7. Response time.. …………. a) b) 6. 11.. 4.6. 6. ………………. ……………… 6. ……………. 2. 9. 4. 8.. 2.. 9.) 1. a) ……………… b) ……………. 11. ………………. ………………. Accuracy range. Bidders Name: Bidders Signature: NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 8………………. Make type & Model No. 5. 10. Static/electromechanical No. Is the coil continuously rated? vi) Trransducers. ……………. 2. of lamps per window Lamps 1. Contact in millisecond Type of reset self/manual. Frequency. ………………. 10. ……………… 3. A.C. ……………. Voltage Wattage. 7……………. Input measuring Range Output current range..

GTP FOR LIGHTING NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 123 of 196 .

 …………………………………………    C  C. b) Accessories b)………………………………………….  Conduits & Accessories        (For each type & size)    1. for …………………………………………. designation    3. b) Accessories b)…………………………………………. a) Fixture a)…………………………………………. 4.  1.LYGHTING SYSTEM A 1. Applicable Standards for 2…………………………………………… a) Fixture a)…………………………………………. Manufacturer’s Name and address    2. A 2. Manufacturer’s type. …………………………………………. Manufacturer’s Name and address    1. maximum permissible supply voltage Variation for satisfactory operation of a) Fixture a)…………………………………………. a) Fixture a)…………………………………………. 3. Manufacturer’s Name type and catalogue no.   B.  3. 3. b) Accessories b)………………………………………….Page 124 of 196 . …………………………………………  NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. …………………………………………    2..  Junction Boxes          (For each type & size)    1. Applicable standard         B. Lighting System & Accessories Manufacturer’s Name and address 1…………………………………………. b) Accessories b)………………………………………….

  E.  5. Type      …………………………………………  3. …………………………………………    2.Page 125 of 196 . Manufacturer’s Name and address    2.    G. 2. …………………………………………  D. ……………………………………….  D. Manufacturer’s Name and address    2. …………………………………………    2. Manufacturer’s Name and address    2. G. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Lighting Wires.          4. 1. ………………………………………. Degree of Protection  …………………………………………          1.. 2.  3. Rating (KVA)    …………………………………………  4. Type of enclosure              2.      1.  Lighting panels          (For each type & size)      1. designation    3. …………………………………………. Type      …………………………………………  3. Voltage grade ……………………………………….2.  3.. 1. …………………………………………  1.          3. 3. Type      ………………………………………. Cross section of conductor. Lighting Transformer           2. Degree of protection for enclosure      5. ………………………………………. Standards Applicable  …………………………………………          3. Manufacturer’s Name & Address. Manufacturer’s type.. Lighting Ploes     1. 3.  E. 1. Dimensions           3. …………………………………………  F...

Bidders Name: Bidders Signature: NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.4.Page 126 of 196 . ……………………………………… 4. Insulation Thickness.

GTP FOR DISTRIBUTION BOARD NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 127 of 196 .

    7.2  NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.    6. Degree of protection.3  7. width & depth of typical panel    7.2  MCC panel          …………………………………  4.1 ………………………………….          6.  YES    NO      5.Page 128 of 196 . Manufacturer’s Name ………………………………… 2.    5. 2.1  Breaker / MCC/ AC & DC      ………………………………….     1. Rated short circuit current          5.2 …………………………………  6.T.    3.3  Busbar Chamber        ………………………………….    6.. Standard height.    7.1  Circuit Breaker Panel          7. are with CT   and relaying scheme.1 Symmetrical short circuit withstand    ………………………………………  Current at rated voltage of switchgear  cubicle.       Whether manufacturer’s have supplied      50 Nos..        YES    NO    3.  YES    NO  4.  ……………………………………….1      5..2  Distribution Cubicles. MC panels similar to the offered panels.       7. (at least ) circuit breakers of  the make and type being offered are already   been operating satisfactorily. Switchgear 1.1.    Whether Manufacturer’s have supplied    50 Nos.      6.2 …………………………………..    6.     5. Whether 100 nos..DISTRIBUTION BOARD L.   5.      6.2  Peak short circuit withstand current            6. draw out Air circuit breaker   panel out of which 5 Nos.

3  AC/DC Distribution Board.  YES    NO  Bidders Name: Bidders Signature: NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. Whether equipment are type tested as per IS      7. Width of cable alley           9. ……………………………………  9.Page 129 of 196 .      …………………………………    8.  7.3      8.

GUARANTEED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS FOR TRANSMISSION LINE 400/220/132 KV NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 130 of 196 .

Testing And Inspection (To be filled up by Bidder) Item Line conductors (ACSR) : Manufacturer SUPPLIED Place of manufacture BY THE Place of testing and inspection EMPLOYER Earthwire (galvanised steel) : Steel billets Drawing steel wires Stranding complete conductors Insulator units HV testing laboratory Insulator set fittings Earthwire fittings Conductor joints Conductor spacers/spacer dampers Vibration dampers (for earthwires and conductors) Steel towers : Design Steel billets. Steel sections Fabrication Galvanising Check assembly Tower tests Bolts and nuts Tower fittings - NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.GUARANTED TECHNICAL PARTICULARS TO BE FIILED BY THE BIDDERS SCHEDULE : B Manufacturers And Place Of Manufacture. etc.Page 131 of 196 .

Page 132 of 196 . The data filled in shall form the part of the Contract. in case of Award and shall be binding on the Contractor ) C. 1 .Span Lengths (To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit Normal span Tower design spans: Wind spans: Suspension towers Tension towers Maximum weight spans: Suspension towers Tension towers Minimum weight spans: Suspension towers Tension towers (uplift net) m m m m m m m 132kV 220kV 400kV NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Earthing materials SCHEDULE : C General Technical Particulars And Guarantees (Parameters considered and guaranteed by the Bidder for the purpose of this Contract.

/mm mm2 mm kg Newton Newton Newton Newton N/mm2 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 2 .Page 133 of 196 .Line Conductor : 132 kV Construction (To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit Complete line conductor: Actual area (total) per single conductor Number of conductors per phase Horizontal distance between conductor centres of one phase mm mm2 Each single conductor: ACSR conductor of code name IEC STANDARD No INDIAN STANDARD No Material of conductor Number and diameter of wires: Aluminium Total area of conductor Overall diameter of stranded conductor Mass of conductor per kilometre Ultimate strength of conductor Maximum tension of conductor at 5°C and 36% full wind pressure Maximum tension of conductor at 32°C with full wind pressure Maximum tension of conductor in still air at minimum temperature of 5°C Assumed equivalent modulus of elasticity of conductor No.C .

2. as has been specified at Clause No. for the approval of the Project Manager. ) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. the Contractor has to carry-out vibration analysis and furnish a detailed vibration damper placement chart.3.14. 2 .Assumed equivalent coefficient of linear expansion of conductor per °C C .Line Conductor : 132 kV Construction (Continued) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Vibration damping system: *Maximum span for: One vibration damper at each end of span Two vibration dampers at each end of span Three vibration dampers at each end of span m m m Dimensions from clamp mouth to vibration damper attachment: First damper Second damper when required Third damper when required mm mm mm * Delete as appropriate and fill in details for selected damping system (After placement of order.Page 134 of 196 .

Page 135 of 196 .Line Conductor : 220 kV Construction (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Complete line conductor: Actual area (total) per single conductor Number of conductors per phase Horizontal distance between conductor centres of one phase Each single conductor: ACSR conductor of code name IEC STANDARD No INDIAN STANDARD No Material of conductor Number and diameter of wires: Aluminium Total area of conductor Overall diameter of stranded conductor Mass of conductor per kilometre Ultimate strength of conductor Maximum tension of conductor at 5°C and 36% full wind Maximum tension of conductor at 32°C with full wind Maximum tension of conductor in still air at minimum temperature of 5°C Assumed equivalent modulus of elasticity of conductor No.C ./mm mm2 mm kg Newton Newton Newton Newton mm mm2 N/mm2 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 3 .

Page 136 of 196 . ) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Assumed equivalent coefficient of linear expansion of conductor per °C C . 2.3. the Contractor has to carry-out vibration analysis and furnish a detailed vibration damper placement chart. for the approval of the Project Manager.Line Conductor : 220 kV Construction (Continued) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Vibration damping system: *Maximum span for: One vibration damper at each end of span Two vibration dampers at each end of span Three vibration dampers at each end of span m m m Dimensions from clamp mouth to vibration damper attachment: First damper Second damper when required Third damper when required mm mm mm * Delete as appropriate and fill in details for selected damping system (After placement of order.14. as has been specified at Clause No. 3 .

4 . Total area of conductor Overall diameter of stranded conductor Mass of conductor per kilometre Ultimate strength of conductor Maximum tension of conductor at 5°C and 36% full wind Maximum tension of conductor at 32°C with full wind Maximum tension of conductor in still air at minimum temperature of 5°C Assumed equivalent modulus of elasticity of conductor Assumed equivalent coefficient of linear expansion of conductor mm mm2 No./mm mm2 mm kg Newton Newton Newton Newton N/mm2 per °C NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 137 of 196 .C .Line Conductor : 400 kV Construction (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Complete line conductor: Actual area (total) per single conductor Number of conductors per phase Horizontal distance between conductor centres of one phase Each single conductor: ACSR conductor of code name IEC STANDARD No INDIAN STANDARD No Material of conductor Number and diameter of wires: Aluminium.

Page 138 of 196 . the Contractor has to carry-out vibration analysis and furnish a detailed vibration damper placement chart. 2.14. ) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.C .Line Conductor : 400 kV Construction (Continued) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Vibration damping system and Spacing system: *Maximum span for: One vibration damper at each end of span Two vibration dampers at each end of span Three vibration dampers at each end of span m m m Dimensions from clamp mouth to vibration damper attachment: First damper Second damper when required Third damper when required mm mm mm Mean sub span for spacers m If spacer dampers are to be offered: Mean sub span for spacer dampers m * Delete as appropriate and fill in details for selected damping system (After placement of order. for the approval of the Project Manager. for the approval of the Project Manger.for spacer and spacer damper the Contractor shall furnish placement chart.3. 2. Also . as has been specified at Clause No.5. 4 .3. as per the Clause No.4.20 respectively.2 and 2.

5 .Page 139 of 196 .C .Earth Wire : 132 kV and 220 kV Constructions (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Complete earth conductor: Appropriate Indian Standard No Appropriate IEC Standard No Material of conductor Number and diameter of wires Overall diameter of conductor Mass of conductor per kilometre Ultimate strength of conductor Lay length Direction of the lay of the outer layer Chemical composition of the steel wire Carbon Manganese Phosphorous Sulphur Silicon Purity of Zinc for galvanising Steel strands after galvanising Diameter Minimum breaking load of one strand Galvanising a) Minimum weight of Zinc coating per sq./mm mm kg Newton mm GSW % % mm kN gms NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.m. of the uncoated wire surface after galvanising No.

(After placement of order. GSW Newton Newton Newton hbar per °C km ohms/km # It is permitted to supply two lengths of 2 kms each.C. resistance at 20 o C Maximum span for: One vibration damper at each end of span Two vibration dampers at each end of span Three vibration dampers at each end of span Dimensions from clamp mouth to vibration damper attachment First damper Second damper when required Third damper when required mm mm mm m m m Nos. 3. of one minute dips that the galvanised strand can withstand after stranding in Standard Preece Test Maximum tension at 5°C and 36% full wind Maximum tension at 32°C with full wind Maximum tension of conductor in still air at 5°C Assumed equivalent modulus of elasticity of Conductor Assumed equivalent coefficient of linear expansion of conductor Maximum length of conductor on drum # D.C . the Contractor has to carry-out vibration analysis and furnish a detailed vibration damper placement chart.3 . 5 .Page 140 of 196 . in a single drum. as has been specified at Clause No. for the approval of the Project Manager. ) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Earth Wire : 132 kV and 220 kV Constructions (Continued) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit b) Minimum no.

Page 141 of 196 ./mm mm kg Newton mm % GSW NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. of the uncoated wire surface after galvanising b) Minimum no.m. after stranding in Standard Preece Test. 6 .Earth Wire : 400 kV Construction (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Complete earth conductor: Appropriate Indian Standard No Appropriate IEC Standard No Material of conductor Number and diameter of wires Overall diameter of conductor Mass of conductor per kilometre Ultimate strength of conductor Lay length Chemical composition of the steel wire Carbon Manganese Phosphorous Sulphur Silicon Purity of Zinc for galvanising Steel strands after galvanising Diameter Minimum breaking load of one strand Galvanising a) Minimum weight of Zinc coating per sq.C . gms mm kN % No. of one minute dips that the galvanised strand can withstand.

in a single drum. # It is permitted to supply two lengths of 2kms each. resistance of the complete earthwire at 20OC Direction of lay of the outer layer Maximum span for: One vibration damper at each end of span Two vibration dampers at each end of span Three vibration dampers at each end of span Dimensions from clamp mouth to vibration damper attachment First damper Second damper when required Third damper when required mm mm mm m m m Newton Newton Newton GSW hbar °C km ohms/km. (After placement of order.Earth Wire : 400 kV Construction (Continued) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Maximum tension at 5°C and 36% full wind pressure Maximum tension at 32°C with full wind pressure Maximum tension of conductor in still air at 5°C Assumed equivalent modulus of elasticity of Conductor Assumed equivalent coefficient of linear expansion of conductor Maximum length of conductor on drum # D. as has been specified at Clause No. 6 .) NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.C .3 .Page 142 of 196 . for the approval of the Project Manager.C. 3. the Contractor has to carry-out vibration analysis and furnish a detailed vibration damper placement chart.

of one minute dips all the galvanised parts can withstand in Standard Preece test c) Purity of Zinc used for galvanising Tension Clamps Total weight of the assembly Weight of the steel parts Weight of the Aluminium encasing Slipping strength of the clamp Minimum breaking load of the assembly Compression pressure a) Steel sleeve b) Aluminium encasing Inside diameter ( Before compression ) a) Steel sleeve b) Aluminium encasing mm kg kg kg kN kN Tonne % gms.m mm kg kN kN kN GSW:7/3.C .m./sq.15 GSW:7/3.Page 143 of 196 .Earthwire Fittings and Accessories (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Suspension Clamps Total drop Weight of the assembly Breaking load Slipping strength Tightening torque Galvanising a) Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq.66 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. of uncoated surface b) No. 7 .

Earthwire Fittings and Accessories (continued ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Outside dimension of the steel sleeve a) Before compression b) After compression i) Corner to corner ii) Surface to surface Outside diameter of the Aluminium encasing (Before compression ) Outside dimension of the clamp after compression of the Aluminium encasing Length of the steel sleeve a) Before compression b) After compression Final dimension of the clamp after compression with Aluminium encasing Brinnel hardness no./sq. of uncoated surface b) No. of one minute dips all the galvanised parts can withstand in Standard Preece test c) purity of Zinc used for galvanising Mid-span compression joints for earthwire Total weight of the joints Weight of the steel sleeve Weight of the aluminium sleeve kg kg kg % gms.m ohms mm mm mm GSW:7/3.15 GSW:7/3. of the steel sleeve (range) Resistance of the completed tension clamp Galvanising : a) Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq.66 mm mm NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.m. 7 .C .Page 144 of 196 .

/sq.C .m.m % ohms kg kN NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 7 .15 GSW:7/3.66 Outside diameter before compression a) Steel sleeve b) Aluminium encasing mm Outside dimensions of the joint after compression a) Steel sleeve i) Corner to corner ii) Surface to surface b) With aluminium encasing Length of the steel sleeve a) Before compression b) After compression Final length of the joint after compression with aluminium encasing Compression pressure Slipping strength Resistance of the completed joint Galvanising : a) Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq. of uncoated surface b) No. of one minute dips all the galvanised parts can withstand in Standard Preece test c) Purity of Zinc for galvanizing Flexible copper bonds Resistance of the Cu-bond Total weight of the Cu-bonds Slipping strength mm mm mm Tonne kN ohms gms.Earthwire Fittings and Accessories (continued ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Inside diameter before compression a) Steel sleeve b) Aluminium encasing mm GSW:7/3.Page 145 of 196 .

Conductor(ACSR) Fittings and Accessories (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Mid-span compression joints for Conductors Weight of the joints Slipping strength Resistance of the completed joints Material of the joints (specify alloy type and its aluminium contents ) Before compression dia. of sleeve a) Inner diameter b) Outer diameter Dimensions after compression a) Corner to corner b) Surface to surface Length of the sleeve a) Before compression b) After compression Compression pressure Whether designed for intermittent or continuous compression Minimum corona extinction voltage under dry conditions Radio interference voltage under conditions kV Tonne mm mm mm kgs kN ohms PANTHER ZEBRA MOOSE Micro Volts NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 146 of 196 .C . 8 .

of sleeve a) Inner diameter b) Outer diameter Dimensions after compression a) Corner to corner b) Surface to surface Length of the sleeve a) Before compression b) After compression Compression pressure Minimum corona extinction voltage under dry conditions Radio interference voltage under conditions Tonne kV mm mm kgs mm PANTHER ZEBRA MOOSE Micro Volts T-connector (only for ACSR MOOSE) Weight of the T-connector Axial tensile strength of the welded portion of the T-connector Breaking strength of the T-connector Resistance of the completed Tconnection kgs kN kN ohms NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Conductor(ACSR) Fittings and Accessories (continued ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Repair sleeve for conductors Weight of the sleeve Before compression dia. 8 .C .Page 147 of 196 .

8 .C .Page 148 of 196 . of the Tconnector a) Inner diameter b) Outer diameter Dimensions after compression a) Corner to corner b) Surface to surface Length of the T-connector a) Before compression b) After compression Compression pressure Minimum corona extinction voltage under dry conditions Radio interference voltage under conditions Tonne kV mm mm mm PANTHER ZEBRA MOOSE Micro Volts NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Conductor(ACSR) Fittings and Accessories (continued ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Before compression dia.

9 . tensile strength of messenger cable Mass pull-off strength Clamping torque Slipping strength of the damper clamp 1) Before fatigue test 2) After fatigue test Magnetic power loss per vibration damper Min.mm.C . kN kg. corona extinction voltage under dry conditions Radio interference voltage under dry conditions at 1MHz .Vibration Damper For Conductor and Earthwire ( To be completed by the Bidder ) Vibration Dampers for ACSR PANTHER Total weight of the damper Unit kgs Left Weight of each damper mass Resonance frequencies 1) First frequency 2) Second frequency Dimension of each damper mass Material of : 1) Damper mass 2) Messenger cable No.Page 149 of 196 . at 105 kV Percentage variation in reactance after fatigue test in comparision with that before the fatigue test Percentage variation in power dissipation after fatigue test in comparision with that before the fatigue test Watts kV kg/sq.-m kN Hz Hz mm kgs Right Micro Volts % % NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. of strands in messenger cable Lay ratio of the messenger cable strands Min.

% NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.-m kN Hz Hz mm kgs Right gm/sq. of the uncoated surface 2) Minimum No.m. kN kg. of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in the Standard Preece Test 3) Purity of Zinc used for galvanizing Vibration Dampers for ACSR ZEBRA Total weight of the damper kgs Left Weight of each damper mass Resonance frequencies 1) First frequency 2) Second frequency Dimension of each damper mass Material of : 1) Damper mass 2) Messenger cable No.C .Vibration Damper For Conductor and Earthwire (Continued ) ( To be completed by the Bidder ) Vibration Dampers for ACSR PANTHER Galvanising of ferrous parts (if any ) 1) Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq.Page 150 of 196 . 9 . of strands in messenger cable Lay ratio of the messenger cable strands Min.m Unit Nos.mm. tensile strength of messenger cable Mass pull-off strength Clamping torque Slipping strength of the damper clamp 1) Before fatigue test 2) After fatigue test kg/sq.

% NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. at 154 kV Percentage variation in reactance after fatigue test in comparision with that before the fatigue test Percentage variation in power dissipation after fatigue test in comparision with that before the fatigue test Galvanising of ferrous parts (if any ) 1) Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq. 9 . of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in the Standard Preece Test 3) Purity of Zinc used for galvanizing Vibration Dampers for ACSR MOOSE Total weight of the damper kgs Left Weight of each damper mass Resonance frequencies 1) First frequency 2) Second frequency Dimension of each damper mass Material of : 1) Damper mass 2) Messenger cable Hz Hz mm kgs Right gm/sq. of the uncoated surface 2) Minimum No. corona extinction voltage under dry conditions Radio interference voltage under dry conditions at 1MHz.Page 151 of 196 .m Unit Watts kV Micro Volts % % Nos.C .m.Vibration Damper For Conductor and Earthwire (Continued ) ( To be completed by the Bidder ) Vibration Dampers for ACSR ZEBRA Magnetic power loss per vibration damper Min.

C . 9 - Vibration Damper For Conductor and Earthwire (Continued ) ( To be completed by the Bidder )
Vibration Dampers for ACSR MOOSE No. of strands in messenger cable Lay ratio of the messenger cable strands Min. tensile strength of messenger cable Mass pull-off strength Clamping torque Slipping strength of the damper clamp 1) Before fatigue test 2) After fatigue test Magnetic power loss per vibration damper Min. corona extinction voltage under dry conditions Radio interference voltage under dry conditions at 1MHz , at 305 kV Percentage variation in reactance after fatigue test in comparision with that before the fatigue test Percentage variation in power dissipation after fatigue test in comparision with that before the fatigue test Galvanising of ferrous parts (if any ) 1) Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq.m. of the uncoated surface 2) Minimum No. of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in the Standard Preece Test 3) Purity of Zinc used for galvanizing gm/sq.m Watts kV kg/sq.mm. kN kg.-m kN Unit

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C . 9 - Vibration Damper For Conductor and Earthwire (Continued ) ( To be completed by the Bidder )
Vibration Dampers for 7/3.15mm Earthwire Total weight of the damper Unit kgs Left Weight of each damper mass Resonance frequencies 1) First frequency 2) Second frequency Dimension of each damper mass Material of : 1) Damper mass 2) Messenger cable No. of strands in messenger cable Lay ratio of the messenger cable strands Min. tensile strength of messenger cable Mass pull-off strength Clamping torque Slipping strength of the damper clamp 1) Before fatigue test 2) After fatigue test Percentage variation in reactance after fatigue test in comparision with that before the fatigue test Percentage variation in power dissipation after fatigue test in comparision with that before the fatigue test % kg/sq.mm. kN kg.-m kN Hz Hz mm kgs Right

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C . 9 - Vibration Damper For Conductor and Earthwire (Continued ) ( To be completed by the Bidder )
Vibration Dampers for 7/3.15mm Earthwire Galvanising of ferrous parts (if any ) 1) Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq.m. of the uncoated surface 2) Minimum No. of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in the Standard Preece Test 3) Purity of Zinc used for galvanizing Vibration Dampers for 7/3.66mm Earthwire Total weight of the damper kgs Left Weight of each damper mass Resonance frequencies 1) First frequency 2) Second frequency Dimension of each damper mass Material of : 1) Damper mass 2) Messenger cable No. of strands in messenger cable Lay ratio of the messenger cable strands Min. tensile strength of messenger cable Mass pull-off strength Clamping torque Slipping strength of the damper clamp 1) Before fatigue test 2) After fatigue test kg/sq.mm. kN kg.-m kN Hz Hz mm kgs Right gm/sq.m Unit

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C . 9 - Vibration Damper For Conductor and Earthwire (Continued ) ( To be completed by the Bidder )
Vibration Dampers for 7/3.66mm Earthwire Percentage variation in reactance after fatigue test in comparision with that before the fatigue test Percentage variation in power dissipation after fatigue test in comparision with that before the fatigue test Galvanising of ferrous parts (if any ) 1) Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq.m. of the uncoated surface 2) Minimum No. of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in the Standard Preece Test 3) Purity of Zinc used for galvanizing gm/sq.m Unit %

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Bundle Spacers For 400kV Line Conductors (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Material of component parts(indicate type of alloy) 1) Insert 2) Main body 3) Retaining rods ( if any ) Manufacturing process for 1) Insert 2) Main body 3) Retaining rods ( if any ) Retaining rods (if used ) 1) Type of alloy used 2) No. 10 . of retaining rods used for each spacer 3) Diameter of the rod 4) Length of the rod 5) Total weight of one set of the rods Elatomer 1) Supplier 2) Type 3) Moulded on the insert or not 4) Shore hardness 5) Thickness on the insert 6) Temperature for which designed Minimum strength of the spacer 1) Compressive load 2) Tensile load Weight of the spacer Designed clamping torque (if applicable ) Slipping strength of spacer clamp 1) Before vibration test 2) After vibration test mm o mm mm kgs C kN kN kgs kg-m kN kN NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 156 of 196 .C .

corona extinction voltage under dry conditions gm/sq.m. of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in the Standard Preece Test 3) Purity of Zinc used for galvanising Min. % kV Radio interference voltage under dry conditions Micro Volts Electrical resistance of the elastomer cushioned spacer (specify the range ) ohms NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.m Watts Nos. of the uncoated surface 2) Minimum No.C .Page 157 of 196 .Bundle Spacers For 400kV Line Conductors (Continued ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Magnetic power loss per spacer Galvanising of ferrous parts (if any ) 1) Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq. 10 .

m Nos. of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in the Standard Preece Test 3) Purity of Zinc used for galvanising Min. of the uncoated surface 2) Minimum No. corona extinction voltage under dry conditions Radio interference voltage under dry conditions Electrical resistance of the elastomer cushioned spacer for jumpers (specify the range ) mm o C kN kN kgs kg-m kN Watts gm/sq. % kV MicroVolt ohms NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.C.11 .Page 158 of 196 .Bundle Spacers For Jumpers Of 400kV Lines (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Material of component parts (indicate type of alloy) 1) Insert 2) Main body Manufacturing process for 1) Insert 2) Main body Elatomer 1) Supplier 2) Type 3) Moulded on the insert or not 4) Shore hardness 5) Thickness on the insert 6) Temperature for which designed Minimum strength of the spacer for jumpers 1) Compressive load 2) Tensile load Weight of the spacer for jumpers Designed clamping torque for spacer for jumpers Slipping strength of spacer clamp for jumpers Magnetic power loss per spacer for jumpers Galvanising of ferrous parts (if any ) 1) Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq.m.

of retaining rods used for each unit 3) Diameter of the rod 4) Length of the rod 5) Total weight of one set of the rods Elatomer 1) Supplier 2) Type 3) Moulded on the insert or not 4) Shore hardness 5) Thickness on the insert 6) Temperature for which designed Minimum strength of the spacer damper 1) Compressive load 2) Tensile load kN kN mm o mm mm kgs C NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.C.Spacer Dampers For 400kV Line Conductors (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Material of component parts (indicate type of alloy / rubber component) 1) Insert 2) Main body 3) Retaining rods ( if any ) 4) Damping ball Manufacturing process for 1) Insert 2) Main body 3) Retaining rods ( if any ) 4) Damping ball Retaining rods (if used ) 1) Type of alloy used 2) No.12 .Page 159 of 196 .

m kN kN kgs kg-m Nos.C. corona extinction voltage under dry conditions gm/sq. of the uncoated surface 2) Minimum No. % kV Radio interference voltage under dry conditions Micro Volts Magnetic power loss per spacer damper Watts Electrical resistance of the elastomer cushioned spacer damper (specify the range ) ohms NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in the Standard Preece Test 3) Purity of Zinc used for galvanising Min.Page 160 of 196 .12 .Spacer Dampers For 400kV Line Conductors ( Continued ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Weight of the spacer damper Designed clamping torque (if applicable ) Slipping strength of spacer damper clamp 1) Before vibration test 2) After vibration test Galvanising of ferrous parts (if any ) 1) Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq.m.

13 .C.Disc Insulator Units ( Standard Type ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Weight of the single disc unit Size and designation of the ball pin shank Diameter of the disc Tolerance on the diameter Ball to ball spacing between disc Tolerance on ball to ball spacing Minimum creepage distance of a single disc Positive tolerance on the minimum creepage distance Shell material ( Glass/Porcelain ) Power frequency flashover voltage (rms) of single disc unit 1) Dry 2) Wet Power frequency withstand voltage (rms) of single disc unit 1) Dry 2) Wet Power frequency puncture voltage (rms) of single disc unit kV kV kV kV kV kg mm 70kN 90kN 120kN 160kN mm +/-mm mm +/-mm mm +mm NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 161 of 196 .

Page 162 of 196 . 70kN 90kN 120kN 160kN NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. for single unit Maximum RIV at 1 MHz and at 10 kV (rms) for single unit Purity of Zinc used for galvanising No.Disc Insulator Units ( Standard Type ) ( Continued ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Impulse flashover voltage ( peak ) of single disc unit ( dry ) 1) Positive 2) Negative Impulse withstand voltage ( peak ) of single disc unit ( dry ) 1) Positive 2) Negative Steepness of the impulse voltage which the disc unit can withstand in Steep Wave Front Test Corona extinction voltage ( rms ) under dry condition.13 . % kV per micro sec.C. of dips in Standard Preece Test 1) Cap socket 2) Ball pin Axial and radial run-out (According to IEC ) 1) As per pointer A 2) As per pointer B mm mm Micro Volts.

Composite Insulator Units ( Standard Type ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Weight of the single insulatort unit Size and designation of the ball pin shank / clevis and tongue Diameter of (along with tolerance) 1) central core without housing sleeve cover 2) central core with housing sleeve cover 3) weather shed Length of single insulator unit Tolerance on unit insulator length Minimum creepage distance of a single insulator unit Positive tolerance on the minimum creepage distance Core material Shed material Power frequency flashover voltage (rms) of single disc unit 1) Dry 2) Wet Power frequency withstand voltage (rms) of single disc unit 1) Dry 2) Wet kV kV kV kV mm +/-mm mm kg mm 70kN 90kN 120kN 160kN mm +mm NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 163 of 196 .13A .C.

C. for single unit Maximum RIV at 1 MHz and at 10 kV (rms) for single unit Purity of Zinc used for galvanising No. NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. % kV per micro sec. 70kN 90kN 120kN 160kN Note : Any other parameters which Bidder feels are necessary to define the offered composite insulator unit.13A . shall be indicated and guaranteed in the above format.Page 164 of 196 .Composite Insulator Units ( Standard Type ) ( Continued ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Impulse flashover voltage ( peak ) of single disc unit ( dry ) 1) Positive 2) Negative Impulse withstand voltage ( peak ) of single disc unit ( dry ) 1) Positive 2) Negative Steepness of the impulse voltage which the disc unit can withstand in Steep Wave Front Test Corona extinction voltage ( rms ) under dry condition. of dips in Standard Preece Test 1) Cap socket 2) Ball pin Micro Volts.

Page 165 of 196 .Disc Insulator Units ( Anti-fog Type ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Weight of the single disc unit Size and designation of the ball pin shank Diameter of the disc Tolerance on the diameter Ball to ball spacing between disc Tolerance on ball to ball spacing Minimum creepage distance of a single disc Positive tolerance on the minimum creepage distance Shell material ( Glass/Porcelain ) Power frequency flashover voltage (rms ) of single disc unit 1) Dry 2) Wet Power frequency withstand voltage (rms ) of single disc unit 1) Dry 2) Wet Power frequency puncture voltage (rms) of single disc unit kV kV kV kV kV kg mm 70kN 90kN 120kN 160kN mm +/-mm mm +/-mm mm +mm NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.C.14 .

70kN 90kN 120kN 160kN NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.C.Page 166 of 196 . of dips in Standard Preece Test 1) Cap socket 2) Ball pin Axial and radial run-out (According to IEC ) 1) As per pointer A 2) As per pointer B mm mm Micro Volts. % % kV per micro sec. for single unit Maximum RIV at 1 MHz and at 10 kV (rms) for single unit Purity of Zinc used for galvanising Purity of Zinc used for sleeve No.Disc Insulator Units ( Anti-fog Type ) ( Continued ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Impulse flashover voltage ( peak ) of single disc unit ( dry ) 1) Positive 2) Negative Impulse withstand voltage ( peak ) of single disc unit ( dry ) 1) Positive 2) Negative Steepness of the impulse voltage which the disc unit can withstand in Steep Wave Front Test Corona extinction voltage ( rms ) under dry condition.14 .

C.14A - Composite Insulator Units ( Anti-fog Type ) (To be filled up by the Bidder)
Unit Weight of the single insulatort unit Size and designation of the ball pin shank / clevis and tongue Diameter of (along with tolerance) 1) central core without housing sleeve cover 2) central core with housing sleeve cover 3) weather shed Length of single insulator unit Tolerance on unit insulator length Minimum creepage distance of a single insulator unit Positive tolerance on the minimum creepage distance Core material Shed material Power frequency flashover voltage (rms) of single disc unit 1) Dry 2) Wet Power frequency withstand voltage (rms) of single disc unit 1) Dry 2) Wet kV kV kV kV mm +/-mm mm kg mm 70kN 90kN 120kN 160kN

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C.14A - Composite Insulator Units ( Anti-fog Type ) ( Continued ) (To be filled up by the Bidder)
Unit Impulse flashover voltage ( peak ) of single disc unit ( dry ) 1) Positive 2) Negative Impulse withstand voltage ( peak ) of single disc unit ( dry ) 1) Positive 2) Negative Steepness of the impulse voltage which the disc unit can withstand in Steep Wave Front Test Corona extinction voltage ( rms ) under dry condition, for single unit Maximum RIV at 1 MHz and at 10 kV (rms) for single unit Purity of Zinc used for galvanising No. of dips in Standard Preece Test 1) Cap socket 2) Ball pin Micro Volts. % kV per micro sec. 70kN 90kN 120kN 160kN

Note : Any other parameters which Bidder feels are necessary to define the offered composite insulator unit, shall be indicated and guaranteed in the above format.

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C . 15 - Insulator Strings (Suspension Sets For 132 kV Lines ) (To be filled up by the Bidder)
Unit Single “I” Suspension Strings Double “I” Suspension Strings Pilot Suspension Strings

Power frequency withstand voltage of the string with arcing horns and corona control rings / grading rings under wet conditions Impulse flashover voltage (peak) under dry conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Impulse withstand voltage (peak) under dry conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Salt-fog pollution withstand voltage (only for strings with anti-fog disc units) Minimum corona extinction voltage under dry conditions Radio interference voltage under dry conditions at 1MHz, at 105kV Mechanical strength of the complete insulator string along with all hardware fittings Maximum voltage (in percentage ) across any disc in the complete insulator string under phase to earth voltage ( not applicable for string with composite insulator units ) Number of insulator units in each string

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C . 15 - Insulator Strings (Suspension Sets For 132 kV Lines ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder )
Unit Single “I” Suspension Strings

( Continued )

Double “I” Suspension Strings

Pilot Suspension Strings

Overall length of the set including clamp and all fittings (specify the tolerance also ) Weight of the set, complete with all fittings and arcing horns Weight of the counter-weights Minimum arcing gap distance Maximum magnetic power loss of the suspension assembly Slipping strength of the suspension assembly (clamp torque Vs. slip curve shall be enclosed ) Particulars of Standard/AGS preformed armour rod set for suspension assembly 1) No. of rods per set 2) Direction of the lay 3) Overall length after fitting on the conductor 4) Actual length of each rod along its helix 5) Diameter of each rod 6) Tolerance in a) Diameter of each rod b) Length of each rod c) Difference of length between the longest and shortest rod in a set 7) Type of Aluminium alloy used for manufacture of PA rods 8) UTS of each rod

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m. of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in Standard Preece Test Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq.C .m NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 171 of 196 . gm/sq.Insulator Strings (Suspension Sets For 132 kV Lines ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit Single “I” Suspension Strings ( Continued ) Double “I” Suspension Strings Pilot Suspension Strings Particular of Elastomer (for AGS clamps only ) 1) Supplier of elastomer 2) Type of elastomer 3) Shore hardness of elastomer 4) Temperature range for which elastomer is designed 5) Moulded on insert Purity of Zinc used for galvanising Minimum No. 15 . of the uncoated surface o C yes/no % No.

at 105kV Mechanical strength of the complete insulator string along with all hardware fittings Maximum voltage (in percentage ) across any disc in the complete insulator string under phase to earth voltage ( not applicable for string with composite insulator units ) Number of insulator units in each string Overall length of the set including clamp and all fittings (specify the tolerance also ) kV(rms) kV kV kV kV kV (rms) kV(rms) Micro Volts kN % mm NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.C .Page 172 of 196 . 16 .Insulator Strings ( Tension Sets For 132 kV Lines ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit Single Tension Strings Double Tension Strings Power frequency withstand voltage of the string with arcing horns and corona control rings / grading rings under wet conditions Impulse flashover voltage (peak) under dry conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Impulse withstand voltage (peak) under dry conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Salt-fog pollution withstand voltage ( only for strings with anti-fog units ) Minimum corona extinction voltage under dry conditions Radio interference voltage under dry conditions at 1MHz.

m NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Insulator Strings ( Tension Sets For 132 kV Lines ) ( Continued ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit Single Tension Strings Double Tension Strings Weight of the set.Page 173 of 196 . gm/sq. complete with all fittings and arcing horns Minimum arcing gap distance Electrical resistance of the complete tension assembly along with jumper connection Slipping strength of the tension assembly Purity of Zinc used for galvanising Minimum No.m. of the uncoated surface kg mm ohms kN % No. of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in Standard Preece Test Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq. 16 .C .

C .Page 174 of 196 . at 154kV Mechanical strength of the complete insulator string along with all hardware fittings Maximum voltage (in percentage ) across any disc in the complete insulator string under phase to earth voltage ( not applicable for string with composite insulator units ) Number of insulator units in each string kV(rms) kV kV kV kV kV(rms) kV(rms) Micro Volts kN % NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Insulator Strings (Suspension Sets For 220 kV Lines ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit Single “I” Suspension Strings Double “I” Suspension Strings Pilot Suspension Strings Power frequency withstand voltage of the string with arcing horns and corona control rings / grading rings under wet conditions Impulse flashover voltage (peak) under dry conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Impulse withstand voltage (peak) under dry conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Salt-fog pollution withstand voltage (only for strings with anti-fog disc units) Minimum corona extinction voltage under dry conditions Radio interference voltage under dry conditions at 1MHz. 17 .

Page 175 of 196 . slip curve shall be enclosed ) Particulars of Standard/AGS preformed armour rod set for suspension assembly 1) No. Standard Or.Insulator Strings (Suspension Sets For 220 kV Lines ) ( Continued ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit Single “I” Suspension Strings Double “I” Suspension Strings Pilot Suspension Strings Overall length of the set including clamp and all fittings (specify the tolerance also ) Weight of the set.C .mm kg/mm 2 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 17 . complete with all fittings and arcing horns Weight of the counter-weights Minimum arcing gap distance Maximum magnetic power loss of the suspension assembly Slipping strength of the suspension assembly (clamp torque Vs. AGS Standard Or. of rods per set 2) Direction of the lay 3) Overall length after fitting on the conductor 4) Actual length of each rod along its helix 5) Diameter of each rod 6) Tolerance in a) Diameter of each rod b) Length of each rod c) Difference of length between the longest and shortest rod in a set 7) Type of Aluminium alloy used for manufacture of PA rods 8) UTS of each rod mm kg kg mm Watts kN Standard Or.mm +/. AGS No. AGS mm mm mm +/.mm +/.

Page 176 of 196 .m NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 17 .m. gm/sq. of the uncoated surface o C yes/no % No. of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in Standard Preece Test Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq.Insulator Strings (Suspension Sets For 220 kV Lines ) ( Continued ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit Single “I” Suspension Strings Double “I” Suspension Strings Pilot Suspension Strings Particular of Elastomer (for AGS clamps only ) 1) Supplier of elastomer 2) Type of elastomer 3) Shore hardness of elastomer 4) Temperature range for which elastomer is designed 5) Moulded on insert Purity of Zinc used for galvanising Minimum No.C .

Page 177 of 196 .Insulator Strings ( Tension Sets For 220 kV Lines ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit Single Tension Strings Double Tension Strings Power frequency withstand voltage of the string with arcing horns and corona control rings / grading rings under wet conditions Impulse flashover voltage (peak) under dry conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Impulse withstand voltage (peak) under dry conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Salt-fog pollution withstand voltage ( only for strings with anti-fog units ) Minimum corona extinction voltage under dry conditions Radio interference voltage under dry conditions at 1MHz. at 105kV Mechanical strength of the complete insulator string along with all hardware fittings Maximum voltage (in percentage ) across any disc in the complete insulator string under phase to earth voltage ( not applicable for string with composite insulator units ) Number of insulator units in each string Overall length of the set including clamp and all fittings (specify the tolerance also ) kV(rms) kV kV kV kV kV (rms) kV(rms) Micro Volts kN % mm NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.C . 18 .

m NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. of the uncoated surface kg mm ohms kN % No. 18 .C .Page 178 of 196 . of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in Standard Preece Test Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq.m.Insulator Strings ( Tension Sets For 220 kV Lines ) ( Continued ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit Single Tension Strings Double Tension Strings Weight of the set. gm/sq. complete with all fittings and arcing horns Minimum arcing gap distance Electrical resistance of the complete tension assembly along with jumper connection Slipping strength of the tension assembly Purity of Zinc used for galvanising Minimum No.

C . at 305kV Mechanical strength of the complete insulator string along with all hardware fittings Maximum voltage (in percentage) across any disc in the complete insulator string under phase to earth voltage ( not applicable for string with composite insulator units ) Number of insulator units in each string kV(rms) kV kV kV kV kV kV kV (rms) kV(rms) Micro Volts kN % NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 179 of 196 . 19 .Insulator Strings (Suspension Sets For 400 kV Lines ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit Single “I” Suspension Strings Pilot Suspension Strings Power frequency withstand voltage of the string with arcing horns and corona control rings / grading rings under wet conditions Switching surge withstand voltage (peak) under wet conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Impulse flashover voltage (peak) under dry conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Impulse withstand voltage (peak) under dry conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Salt-fog pollution withstand voltage ( only for strings with anti-fog units ) Minimum corona extinction voltage under dry conditions Radio interference voltage under dry conditions at 1MHz.

mm kg/mm 2 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 180 of 196 .mm +/. complete with all fittings and arcing horns Weight of the counter-weights Minimum arcing gap distance Maximum magnetic power loss of the suspension assembly Slipping strength of the suspension assembly (clamp torque Vs. of rods per set 2) Direction of the lay 3) Overall length after fitting on the conductor 4) Actual length of each rod along its helix 5) Diameter of each rod 6) Tolerance in a) Diameter of each rod b) Length of each rod c) Difference of length between the longest and shortest rod in a set 7) Type of Aluminium alloy used for manufacture of PA rods 8) UTS of each rod mm mm mm +/. AGS 1) No. Standard Or.Insulator Strings (Suspension Sets For 400 kV Lines ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit ( Continued ) Single “I” Suspension Strings Pilot Suspension Strings Overall length of the set including clamp and all fittings (specify the tolerance also ) Weight of the set.mm +/. AGS No. slip curve shall be enclosed ) Particulars of Standard/AGS pre-formed armour rod set for suspension assembly mm kg kg mm Watts kN Standard Or. 19 .C .

of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in Standard Preece Test Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq.Insulator Strings (Suspension Sets For 400 kV Lines ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit ( Continued ) Single “I” Suspension Strings Pilot Suspension Strings Particular of Elastomer (for AGS clamps only ) 1) Supplier of elastomer 2) Type of elastomer 3) Shore hardness of elastomer 4) Temperature range for which elastomer is designed 5) Moulded on insert Purity of Zinc used for galvanising Minimum No.C . 19 .m. of the uncoated surface o C yes/no % No. gm/sq.Page 181 of 196 .m NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.

Insulator Strings ( Tension Sets For 400 kV Lines ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit SingleTension Strings (Low Duty) Double Tension Strings Power frequency withstand voltage of the string with arcing horns and corona control rings / grading rings under wet conditions Switching surge withstand voltage (peak) under wet conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Impulse flashover voltage (peak) under dry conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Impulse withstand voltage (peak) under dry conditions 1) Positive 2) Negative Salt-fog pollution withstand voltage ( only for strings with anti-fog units ) Minimum corona extinction voltage under dry conditions Radio interference voltage under dry conditions at 1MHz.Page 182 of 196 . 20 . at 305kV Mechanical strength of the complete insulator string along with all hardware fittings Maximum voltage (in percentage ) across any disc in the complete insulator string under phase to earth voltage ( not applicable for string with composite insulator units ) Number of insulator units in each string kV(rms) kV kV kV kV kV kV kV (rms) kV(rms) Micro Volts kN % NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.C .

gm/sq. complete with all fittings and arcing horns Minimum arcing gap distance Electrical resistance of the complete tension assembly along with jumper connection Slipping strength of the tension assembly Purity of Zinc used for galvanising Minimum No. 20 . of the uncoated surface mm kg mm ohms kN % No. of one minute dips the ferrous parts can withstand in Standard Preece Test Minimum weight of Zinc coating per Sq.C .Insulator Strings ( Tension Sets For 400 kV Lines ) ( Continued ) ( To be filled up by the Bidder ) Unit SingleTension Strings (Low Duty) Double Tension Strings Overall length of the set including clamp and all fittings (specify the tolerance also ) Weight of the set.Page 183 of 196 .m.m NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.

Page 184 of 196 . unobstructed transverse swing angle from vertical Earth conductor maximum shielding angle from vertical at tower attachment point over outer line conductors mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm degrees Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton degrees degrees NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. with suspension insulator set swing 0° with suspension insulator set swing 15° with suspension insulator set swing 30° with suspension insulator set swing 45° with suspension insulator set swing 60° ii.C . `per individual conductor' Maximum uplift per phase on each crossarm for purpose of tension tower design Maximum tension of earth conductor for purpose of tower design and application: Suspension towers Tension towers Earthwire slack span side downleads Maximum uplift of each earth conductor on the tower for purpose of tower design Minimum clearance between live metal and tower steelwork: i. for purposes of tower design and application Suspension towers Tension towers Slack span side downleads. with jumper loop swing 0° with jumper loop swing 10° with jumper loop swing 20° with jumper loop swing 30° with jumper loop swing 40° Insulator suspension set. unobstructed transverse swing angle from vertical Earth conductor suspension clamps. 21 .Tower Design Particulars : 132 kV Construction (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Maximum tension per phase.

with suspension insulator set swing 0° with suspension insulator set swing 15° with suspension insulator set swing 30° with suspension insulator set swing 45° with suspension insulator set swing 60° ii. 22 .C . unobstructed transverse swing angle from vertical Earth conductor maximum shielding angle from vertical at tower attachment point over outer line conductors mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm degrees Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton degrees degrees NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. unobstructed transverse swing angle from vertical Earth conductor suspension clamps. `per individual conductor' Maximum uplift per phase on each crossarm for purpose of tension tower design Maximum tension of earth conductor for purpose of tower design and application: Suspension towers Tension towers Earthwire slack span side downleads Maximum uplift of each earth conductor on the tower for purpose of tower design Minimum clearance between live metal and tower steelwork: i.Tower Design Particulars : 220 kV Construction (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Maximum tension per phase. with jumper loop swing 0° with jumper loop swing 10° with jumper loop swing 20° with jumper loop swing 30° with jumper loop swing 40° Insulator suspension set. for purposes of tower design and application Suspension towers Tension towers Slack span side downleads.Page 185 of 196 .

with suspension insulator set swing 0° with suspension insulator set swing 15° with suspension insulator set swing 30° with suspension insulator set swing 45° with suspension insulator set swing 60° ii.Page 186 of 196 . with jumper loop swing 0° with jumper loop swing 10° with jumper loop swing 20° with jumper loop swing 30° with jumper loop swing 40° Insulator suspension set. for purposes of tower design and application Suspension towers Tension towers Slack span side downleads.C . unobstructed transverse swing angle from vertical Earth conductor maximum shielding angle from vertical at tower attachment point over outer line conductors mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm degrees Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton degrees degrees NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. `per individual conductor' Maximum uplift per phase on each crossarm for purpose of tension tower design Maximum tension of earth conductor for purpose of tower design and application: Suspension towers Tension towers Earthwire slack span side downleads Maximum uplift of each earth conductor on the tower for purpose of tower design Minimum clearance between live metal and tower steelwork: i. 23 . unobstructed transverse swing angle from vertical Earth conductor suspension clamps.Tower Design Particulars : 400 kV Construction (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Maximum tension per phase.

for checking tower designs not subjected to test (unless otherwise approved) : Compression members.Tower Design Particulars (Common for all Towers) (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Maximum ratio of unsupported length of steel compression member to their least radius of gyration: Leg members. 24 . Bidder to indicate his design Assumptions Tension members (elastic limit) Shear on bolts Bearing on bolts N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 N/mm2 High yield steel NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. ground wire peak members and lower members of the crossarms in compression Other members carrying computed stresses Redundant members Tension only members Mild steel Maximum ultimate stresses.Page 187 of 196 .C .

25 .Particulars Of Double Circuit Towers : 132 kV Construction (To be filled up by the Bidder) TYPE OF TOWER Type of insulator sets Maximum angle of deviation Normal span length Minimum ground clearance of line conductor at 85°C. normal ground Sag of line conductor in normal span length at 85°C Maximum distance of line conductor below crossarm Height above ground of bottom conductor Crossarm Minimum height of earth conductors above upper line conductor : at tower : at mid-span Vertical spacing between line conductors at tower : Minimum Actual Overall tower height Maximum differential foundation movement permitted under ultimate loads Clearance between conductors of one circuit and tower climbing leg of the other circuit : Minimum Actual Horizontal distance.C .Page 188 of 196 . from tower centre line of earth conductors degree m Unit DA Suspension DB Tension DC Tension DD Tension m m m m m m m m m mm m m m m NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. from tower centre line of insulator attachments Horizontal distance.

bolts/nuts to be indicated separately ) Mass of tower body extension above ground line : 3 metre body extension only 6 metre body extension only 9 metre body extension only 12 metre body extension only 18 metre body extension only Unit DA DB DC DD m m m kN-m.Particulars Of Double Circuit Towers : 132 kV Construction ( Continued ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) TYPE OF TOWER Tower body dimensions at bottom crossarm level (transverse x longitudinal) Overall tower base dimensions at ground line (transverse x longitudinal) : Maximum for standard height towers Actual for standard height towers Total transverse overturning moment at ground line of standard height tower. 25 . Mass of complete standard height tower above ground line (including bolts/nuts. kg kg kg kg kg kg - NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.C .Page 189 of 196 .

Particulars Of Double Circuit Towers : 220 kV Construction (To be filled up by the Bidder) TYPE OF TOWER Type of insulator sets Maximum angle of deviation Normal span length Minimum ground clearance of line conductor at 85 °C. from tower centre line of insulator attachments Horizontal distance. 26 .Page 190 of 196 . normal ground Sag of line conductor in normal span length at 85 °C Maximum distance of line conductor below crossarm Height above ground of bottom conductor crossarm Minimum height of earth conductors above upper line conductor : at tower : at mid-span Vertical spacing between line conductors at tower : Minimum Actual Overall tower height Maximum differential foundation movement permitted under ultimate loads Clearance between conductors of one circuit and tower climbing leg of the other circuit : Minimum Actual Horizontal distance.C . from tower centre line of earth conductors degree m Unit DA Suspension DB Tension DC Tension DD Tension m m m m m m m m m mm m m m m NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.

C .Particulars Of Double Circuit Towers : 220 kV Construction ( Continued ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) TYPE OF TOWER Tower body dimensions at bottom crossarm level (transverse x longitudinal) Overall tower base dimensions at ground line (transverse x longitudinal) Maximum for standard height towers Actual for standard height towers Total transverse overturning moment at ground line of standard height tower Mass of complete standard height tower above ground line (including bolts/nuts.Page 191 of 196 . 26 . kg NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. bolts/nuts to be indicated separately ) Mass of tower body extensions above ground line 3 metre body extension only 6 metre body extension only 9 metre body extension only 12 metre body extension only 18 metre body extension only 25 metre body extension only kg kg kg kg kg kg Unit DA DB DC DD m m m kg-m.

C . 27 . from tower centre line of earth conductors degree m Unit DA Suspension DB Tension DC Tension DD Tension m m m m m m m m m mm m m m m NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Particulars Of Double Circuit Towers : 400 kV Construction (To be filled up by the Bidder) TYPE OF TOWER Type of insulator sets Maximum angle of deviation Normal span length Minimum ground clearance of line conductor at 85 °C. normal ground Sag of line conductor in normal span length at 85 °C Maximum distance of line conductor below crossarm Height above ground of bottom conductor crossarm Minimum height of earth conductors above upper line conductor : at tower : at mid-span Vertical spacing between line conductors at tower : Minimum Actual Overall tower height Maximum differential foundation movement permitted under ultimate loads Clearance between conductors of one circuit and tower climbing leg of the other circuit : Minimum Actual Horizontal distance.Page 192 of 196 . from tower centre line of insulator attachments Horizontal distance.

kg NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. bolts/nuts to be indicated separately ) Mass of tower body extensions above ground line 3 metre body extension only 6 metre body extension only 9 metre body extension only 12 metre body extension only 18 metre body extension only 25 metre body extension only kg kg kg kg kg kg Unit DA DB DC DD m m m kg-m. 27 .Particulars Of Double Circuit Towers : 400 kV Construction ( Continued ) (To be filled up by the Bidder) TYPE OF TOWER Tower body dimensions at bottom crossarm level (transverse x longitudinal) Overall tower base dimensions at ground line (transverse x longitudinal) Maximum for standard height towers Actual for standard height towers Total transverse overturning moment at ground line of standard height tower Mass of complete standard height tower above ground line (including bolts/nuts.C .Page 193 of 196 .

C .Foundation Design Particulars (To be filled up by the Bidder) Unit Assumed density of Plain Cement Concrete (PCC) for foundation in dry soil Assumed density of Plain Cement Concrete (PCC) for foundation in presence of sub-soil water Assumed density of Re-inforced Cement Concrete (RCC) for foundation in dry soil Assumed density of Re-inforced Cement Concrete (RCC) for foundation in presence of sub-soil water 28 day concrete cube strength (characteristic strength for M-20 concrete ) 28 day concrete cube strength (characteristic strength for M-15 concrete ) Minimum proportion of stub load to be allowed for in the design of stub cleats Density of all type of soils : 1) under dry conditions 2) in presence of surface water 3) in presence of sub-soil water Ultimate bearing capacity of the soil : 1) normal soil under dry condition 2) normal soil in presence of surface as well as sub-soil water 3) wet black cotton soil 4) fissured rock ( both for dry and wet ) 5) hard rock Angle of repose for : 1) dry soil 2) wet soil due to presence of surface/ sub-soil water 3) wet black cotton soil 4) dry fissured rock 5) wet fissured rock Ultimate bond between steel and concrete kg/m3 kg/m3 kg/m3 kg/m3 N/mm2 N/mm2 % kg/m3 kg/m3 kg/m3 kN/m2 kN/m2 kN/m2 kN/m2 kN/m2 Degree Degree Degree Degree Degree kN/m2 NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP.Page 194 of 196 . 28 .

C .Quality Of Materials (To be filled up by the Bidder) Particulars Towers: Unit Mild steel Steel Steel nuts members and bolts High tensile steel Steel Steel nuts members and bolts Grade/standard Tensile breaking stress Elongation on breaking Gauge length of specimen Diameter of specimen Yield point as percentage of breaking stress Insulators and fittings: Insulator unit metalwork Phase and earth conductor metal fittings Steel Malleable cast iron N/mm2 % mm mm Steel Malleable cast iron Insulator caps Grade/standard Tensile breaking stress Elongation on breaking Gauge length of specimen Diameter of specimen Yield point as percentage of breaking stress N/mm2 % mm mm % NESCL/OPTCL/CS-OS-617-02 E27-GTP. 29 .Page 195 of 196 .