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SCOPE OF WORK

The scope of work for the bidder under this project includes Design, Construction,
erection, testing and commissioning of 15 MLD STP based on Sequential Batch
Reactor Technology (SBR) including cost of all associated civil, mechanical,
electrical and instrumentation items of work etc. including miscellaneous works
associated with plant on turnkey basis, with a defect liability period of 24 months
after the date of commissioning & Trial run for 3 months. Scope of work also
includes O & M of plant for 5 years after trial run.
The various components for which the bidder has to submit his technical proposal
and price bid are given in section below. The bidder shall prepare his bid on the
basis of technical specifications for Civil Work, Electrical & Mechanical works.
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Component

i)

Design & Construction of complete system including civil, electrical & mechanical
works for all the units and all the ancillary structures as per detailed technical
specification..

ii)

Providing and construction of 15 mld STP based on SBR technology. Including all
interconnecting piping works, necessary building works mentioned in layout plan,
all electrical & mechanical works.

iv)

Operation & maintenance of 15 mld capacity STP, Sewage Pumping Station all
electro-mechanical equipment and allied works for
years.

v)

The contractor shall be responsible for taking electric connection as per requirement
for which the requisite fee shall be paid by the contractor itself and the same will be
reimbursed afterwards by MCH. Similarly, the electric bills shall be paid by
contractor and thereafter reimbursed by MCH
The contractor shall be responsible for getting environment clearance from
Pollution control board for which the requisite fee shall be paid by the contractor
and the same will be reimbursed afterwards by MCH
Providing qualified and experienced consultant exclusively to MCH who will assist
them for checking and approval of design and drawing and also for execution of
work. The scope of work of consultant shall be defined separately in this volume.
The contractor shall submit a panel of consultants after award of the job and MCH
shall select appropriate consultant from the panel. Payment of consultants fees
would be the responsibility of contractor, which shall be maximum up to 1% of
price quoted for STP. However, being a principal employer, MCH shall have right
to ensure timely payment to consultant by the contractor for which successful
bidders shall submit proof of payments to MCH while raising the bill.

vi)
vii)

The consultant shall have experience of designing and detailed engineering of


minimum 2 nos. of sewage treatment plants up to minimum 7.50 MLD capacities in
last 10 years. He should also have an experience of three years in operation and
maintenance of sewage treatment plant of 7.50 MLD or more in last 15 years. He
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should have the following technical personnel for the design / approval of the
engineering/ drawing.
Process engineer / Environmental Engineer : The Engineer shall be post graduate in
the environmental engineering with min. 15 years of experience in the design of
sewage / water / waste water treatment plants.
Structural Engineer: The Engineer shall be post graduate in the
structural
engineering with minimum 15 years of experience in the design of sewage / water /
waste water treatment plants.
Mechanical Engineer: The Engineer shall be post graduate in the mechanical
engineering with minimum 10 years of experience in the design of sewage / water /
waste water treatment plants.
Electrical/Electronics/ instrumentation Engineer : The engineer shall be graduate in
the electrical / instrumentation engineering with minimum 10 years of experience
in the design/ execution of sewage / water / waste water treatment plants.
Any other Items which have not been specifically mentioned in specifications but are
necessary for construction of the Plant as per good engineering practice, safety norms and
successful operation and guaranteed performance of the entire Plant shall be deemed to be
included within Scope of Work and shall be provided by the Contractor without any extra
cost to the Employer.
The Bidders are advised to visit the STP site before quoting for the proposed STP. MCH is
reserved the right for physical verification for the credentials provided by the bidder if
required. In such case all the expenses shall be borne by the bidder.
The above works shall be completed within 12 months from the commencement date
including 3 months trial run and including monsoon period and O & M for 60 months.

The rates quoted by the contractor for the items in the BOQ shall also include scope
of work mentioned above and also the following works. Nothing extra shall be paid
on these accounts.

Supply, erection, testing & commissioning of all the piping, valves and specials etc.
as per detailed technical specification.
Water tightness/ testing of all the water retaining structures including Hydraulic
Testing.

Trial run of STP for start-up/ stabilization for a period of three (3) months indicating
satisfactory performance.

Defect liability for a period of Twenty four (24) months after the expiry of 3 months
period of trial & run.

Supply of equipment drawings, Technical specification/Catalogue.

Supply of as built drawings after completion.

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Supply of Operation & Maintenance manual including manufacturer manual of the


equipment supplied.

Detailed structural drawings of all the structures.

All RCC structures shall be in M-25 and designed as per latest relevant IS Codes.

Proper earthquake analysis of over ground structures should be carried out. While
designing these structures under seismic condition due attention to be paid towards

33.3% over stressing of structural materials and 25% overestimation of net bearing
capacity of soil.

While designing retaining walls effect of sub-soil water, possible surcharge and
seismic effect of retained earth mass to be considered.

Bearing capacity of soil at the site of STP is assumed about 10 20 MT / Sqm,


however the contractor shall get it tested and account for the same in various
structural design.

The contractor shall make all arrangement for the water for construction purposes
and shall get water tested at his own cost.

The contractor shall make own arrangements for power supply for construction
purposes & for testing purposes however department shall assist him for obtaining
such Power connection.

During the trial run period of STP, the bidder shall provide all the required manpower, consumables, repair and up-keep of civil, electrical, mechanical and
instrumentation works within the STP, and also Electricity charges during Trial Run
period shall be borne by the contractor.

During the trial run period, the bidder shall install and operate a generator set of
adequate capacity to cater to the minimum load of the STP and the pumping station
in case of power failures / load shedding.

The bidder / tenderer shall supply all equipment drawings, Technical specification/
Catalogue of all electrical, mechanical and instrumentation works associated with
STP.

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Supply of Operation & Maintenance manual including manufacturer manual of the


equipment supplied and a list of spares prior to 90 days of the expiry of the trial run
period.

Maintenance of the conveyance main and gravity pipe.


Routine and / or periodic maintenance of all civil, electro mechanical, electrical and
instrumentation works within the Pumping Station and STP including minor and
major repair / replacements. The quoted prices for O&M are deemed to be inclusive
of all costs and nothing extra shall be paid to the bidder.
Regular cleaning and clearing of all screenings of industrial waste, shrubs,
vegetation, polythene or other un-desired materials and dispose the same in the
approved municipal waste disposal site.

All general facilities and utility services associated with sewer waste pumping
station and STP.

Provision of on job training to the MCH staff as per requirement finalized by MCH

The bidders scope shall include supply of all necessary spares that may be required
during O&M period of five years. The rate offered for O&M shall include cost of
spares.

Submission of operation and maintenance manuals of instructions and all as-built


drawings for civil works, mechanical and electrical equipment.

Submission of Monthly Operation Management Reports of all required parameters


with respect to the operation and the regular preventive and breakdown
maintenance of all components.

Maintenance of Landscaping within Treatment Plant site.

Handing over of the Pumping Station and STP in complete & good working
condition.

An inventory of the civil, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation installations will


be prepared jointly by the contractor and mch
prior to handing over and / or taking over of the pumping station & STP.

Separate feeder shall be provided to every unit requiring power such as blowers,
dewatering units, chlorinator, raw sewage pump, electric hoist & other units as per
design and unit proposed.

Disposal of sludge at a suitable place shall be in scope of bidder during Trial Run
and also during O&M of 5 years after that it will be handed over to mch

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Carrying out & confirming the detailed topographical survey along finalized
Gravity main/Rising main alignment, and treatment plant site, and establishing
bench marks at least two locations within the STP site and one at s pumping station
site.

The contractor will also provide luminous painted warning / caution notice boards
with flickering light arrangements, where the work is in progress.

The sub-soil water is likely to be encounter during excavation at the STP site. The
Contractor is advised to carry out its own investigations and gather information on
the water table/subsoil conditions. The suitable and approved dewatering system
should be adopted for execution of work. Nothing extra shall be paid on this
account.

The sub-soil water pumped will be drained off to the proper disposal points
contractor will have to make arrangements to disposal off the pumped sub-soil
water to satisfaction of Engineer in charge/MCH and nothing extra for dewatering
of sub-soil water drain etc. will be paid.

If as result of excavation of trenches, the underground services such as water,


mains, electric-poles, cables, telephone cables and sewer lines etc., become exposed
and un-supported it will be the responsibility of the contractor to make suitable &
necessary arrangement for supporting and to keep them functional such
arrangement will be done as per directions of the Engineer-in-Charge / MCH. No
payment for supporting such utility services will be made by the MCH. Any
damage caused to the above mentioned underground services due to negligence of
the contractor or otherwise shall be made good by the contractor at his own cost.

The contractor shall have to make his own arrangements for labour camp site and
its hutments. On completion of work, these shall be removed by the contractor,
failing which the MCH will arrange to dismantle the same at the risk and cost of
the contractor and the dismantled material will become the property of the MCH
for which the contractor shall have no legal claim. The expenditure so incurred
will be recovered from the dues of the contractor. The contractor shall also be
responsible for keeping all hygienic conditions in his labour camp / hutments as
desired by Local Health Authorities.

The contractor shall take all precautions for the safety of existing nearby/adjoining
main or lateral sewers and dewatering equipment shall be kept as a standby in
view the existing sewer lines.

The contractor will provide a board indicating the name of work, name of
contractor, name of division, cost of work, date of start, date of completion;

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telephone number etc., at site at his own cost and nothing will be paid by the
MCH on this account.

All the civil works under this contract shall be executed in conformity of PWD,
CPWD specifications, CPHEEO Guidelines and relevant/applicable BIS codes
(latest revisions), with up to date correction slips.
The contractor will be solely responsible for any mishaps, during the execution
of the work. The contractor must get his labour insured before the start of work,
for the entire period of completion of work.

The contractor shall not disturb/damage or pull down any hedge, tree, building
etc within the site or his area of operation without the written permission of the
Engineer-in-Charge Wherever there is any clash among the certain clauses of the
conditions of contract, general conditions, special conditions and general notes /
rules and directions for the guidance of the contractor, etc. the most stringent will
govern for which the decision of the Engineer in Charge / MCH shall be final &
binding.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:
The contractor meeting following requirement will only be considered:
(a) The bidder should have successfully completed and commissioned during past five
years i.e. after 1st April, 2009 one STP/STP of minimum 7.50 MLD capacity
Sequential Batch Reactor (SBR) Technology along with successful operation &
maintenance of STP for at least one year as on date of receipt of Prequalification
document.
Note :-

Certificate issued by Govt. of India, State Govt., Union Territory, Govt.


Undertakings, Autonomous Bodies shall only be considered.
Note :i.

Experience certificate as referred above should include work order no. and
date, amount, date of start, actual date of completion, year of
commissioning, duration of O&M with specific mention of successful O&M
period of STP. Bidder may also provide details of various components of
STP completed by him. Bidder shall also enclose copy of work order for
construction of STP and O&M Part
ii. Experience certificate submitted by firm as joint-venture, shall not be
considered
iii. For the purpose of O&M experience for a minimum period of 1 year,
bidder may submit certificate for other STP of same criteria, which may
not have been constructed or completed by him.
iv. For the purpose of bid evaluation, if the owner/owners representatives feel
necessary to visit a specific or all such plants as mentioned above by the
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bidder, the bidder shall make necessary arrangements for the same. The cost
of such visits shall be borne by the owner.

Financial Criteria:(b) The bidder should have completed at least one similar nature work in last Three
financial years (including current year, if opted by the bidder) of value not less
than 50 % of the Estimated Cost of the work (bid cost) updated to present price
level
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SITE VISIT:
The bidder is advised to visit and examine the Site of Works and its surroundings
and obtain for itself on its own responsibility all information that may be
necessary for preparing the bid and entering into a contract for the design-build
and completion of the Works. The bidder has to make his own assessment of the
scope of work under this tender and no claims whatsoever shall be entertained
for lack of understanding of the scope and / or implications arising out of it. The
costs of visiting the Site / testing if required or any other cost shall be at the
bidder's own expense.
The bidder and any of its personnel or agents will be granted permission by the
Employer to enter upon its premises and lands for the purpose of such
inspection, but only upon the express condition that the bidder, its personnel and
agents, will release and indemnify the Employer and its personnel and agents
from and against all liability in respect thereof and will be responsible for death
or personal injury, loss of or damage to property and any other loss, damage,
costs and expenses incurred as a result of the inspection.
The Employer may conduct a site visit concurrently with the pre-bid meeting, if
possible.
The bidder is expected to examine carefully the contents of the Bid document.
Failure to comply with the requirements of bid submission will be at the bidder's
own risk.

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FORMAT AND SIGNING OF BID:


The original copy of the bid shall be typed or written in indelible ink, and shall
be signed by a person or persons duly authorized to sign on behalf of the
bidder, All pages of the bid where entries or amendments have been made
shall be initialed by the person or persons signing the bid.
The bid shall contain no alterations, omissions or additions, except those to
comply with instructions issued by the Employer, or as necessary to correct
errors made by the bidder, in which case such corrections shall be initialed
by the person or persons signing the bid.

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IMPORTANT:The bidder must ensure that all the information required in the documents is
furnished by him complete in all respects. He would not be allowed to withdraw
any document, of to rectify any information furnished therein, after submitting
the bid.
If any information is found incorrect, the offer of the bidder shall be rejected and
action be taken as per rules.
Bidder must do paging of all enclosure of bid documents.

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MODIFICATION & WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS:


No Modification & withdrawal of Bid will be permitted after submission of bid.

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SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT (Part A)


1.

DEFINITIONS

MCH means the Municipal Council, Hingoli.. It is the Executing Agency of the Project.
"Materials" means things of all kinds (other than equipment) intended to form or
forming part of the permanent works, including the supply of materials to be supplied by
the contractor under the contract.
"Equipment" means the apparatus, machinery, articles and things of all kinds to be
provided under the contract or intended to form or forming part of the permanent works.
"Contractors Documents" means the calculations, computer programs and other
software, drawings, manuals, models and other documents of the technical nature supplied
by the contractor under the contract; as described in sub clause [Contractors Documents].
"Specifications" means the specifications according to which the works are to be
executed as referred to in the agreement documents and any other specifications agreed
thereon.
Contract price means the sum quoted in the tender subject to such additions thereto or
deduction there from as may be made under the provisions contained in the contract and
as defined in Volume IV of tender Document.
2. MONTHLY REPORTS AND MEETINGS

MONTHLY REPORTS
Monthly progress reports shall be prepared by the Contractor and submitted to MCH in
six copies. The first report shall cover the period up to the end of the first calendar month
following the commencement date. Reports shall be submitted monthly thereafter, each
within 7 days after the last day of the month to which it relates.
Reporting shall continue until the contractor has completed all work.
Each Report shall include the issues desired by the Engineer in Charge, which shall be any
of the following:

Charts (PERT & CPM) / detailed descriptions of progress, including each


stage of design Contractors Document, procurement, manufacturing,
delivery to site of construction, direction, testing, commissioning and the
trial operation;
Photographs showing status of manufacture and of progress on the site;
For the manufacture of each main item of equipment and materials, the
name of the manufacturer, manufacture location, percentage progress, and
the actual or expected dates of:
Commencement of manufacturing;

Contractor inspections,

Tests and
Shipment and arrival at the site;
Copies of quality assurance documents, test results and certificates of
materials;
Comparisons of actual and planned progress, with the details of any events
or circumstances which may jeopardize the completion in accordance with
the contract, and the measures being (or to be) adopted to overcome delays.
Any other issues deemed necessary by the Engineer in Charge

Meetings
Meetings shall be held in the office of MCH, with prior notice given by Engineer in
Charge. The proposed agenda for the meetings shall be exchanged at least 1 week in
advance. It is required that a decision-maker of the Contractor is present at the meetings so
that binding decisions can be taken about outstanding issues. Generally, the following
issues shall be discussed:

Progress of the work, difficulties


revision of time schedule
Payment issues
Disputes
Claims
Any other issue deemed necessary by contractor or MCH

3. THE CONTRACTOR

CONTRACTOR'S GENERAL OBLIGATIONS:


The contractor shall design the complete system of treatment plants including
planning design and construction of all units, execute and complete the works
in accordance with the contract, and shall remedy any defects in the works.
The contractor shall conduct survey & verify the levels of the proposed
system(s)
In addition to the above, the contractor is also required to confirm the availability
of the material required for the contract in the time schedule given herein
after, so as to complete the job within the prescribed time. No time extension
shall be provided on this account. If required under such circumstances, the
contract after prior approval of MCH shall be allowed to use superior type of
material so as to complete the job within the prescribed time. No additional
payments shall be made on account of use of superior quality material, on this
account.
The Contractor shall provide the equipment and Contractor's Documents
specified in the contract, and all Contractor's personnel, goods, consumables
and other things and services, whether of a temporarily or permanent nature,
required in and for this design, execution, completion and remedying of
defects including O & M period for 5 years.

The works shall include any work, which is necessary to satisfy the MCH's
requirements, or is implied by the contract, and all works, which (although
not mentioned in the contract) are necessary for the completion, or safe and
proper operation of the works.
The Contractor shall be responsible for the adequacy, stability and the safety of
all site operations, of all methods of construction and of all the works.
The Contractor shall provide all facilities including conveyance required for
verification of survey data, supervision, quality control tests, tests for
material, equipment and equipment(s), and/or all other facilities otherwise
referred in the conditions of contract(s) and/or otherwise necessary to
complete the works with due supervision of Engineer-in-charge. The testing
of material, quality control tests, etc. may be got done through governmentrecognized labs after approval of Engineer-in- charge.
The Contractor shall, whenever required by the MCH, submit details of the
arrangements and methods, which the contractor proposes to adopt for
execution of the works. No significant alteration to the arrangements and
methods shall be made without this having previously been notified to the
MCH.
The contractor shall also establish an acceptable and decent office premises for
the client's site office at the suitable location adjacent to the contractor's site
office nearby with necessary amenities as may be required in running the site
office.
Contractor's Representative:
The contractor shall appoint the Contractor's Representative and shall give them
all authority necessary to act on the contractor's behalf under the contract.
Unless the Contractor's Representative is named in the Contract, the Contractor
shall, prior to the Commencement Date, submit to the MCH for consent the
name and particulars of the person the Contractor proposes to appoint
as
Contractor's
Representative. If consent is withheld or subsequently revoked, or if the appointed
person fails to act as the Contractor's Representative, the Contractor shall similarly
submit the name and particulars of another suitable person for such appointment.
The Contractor shall not, without the prior consent of the MCH, revoke the
appointment of the Contractor's Representative or appoint a replacement.
The Contractor's Representative shall, on behalf of the Contractor, receive instructions.
The Contractor's Representative may delegate any powers, functions and
authority to any person, and may at any time revoke the delegation. Any
delegation or revocation shall not to take effect until the MCH has received
prior notice signed by the Contractor's Representative, naming the person

and specifying the powers, functions and authority being delegated or


revoked.
Whenever services of contractor staff are found / noticed unsatisfactory by the
MCH, they shall be removed / terminated by the contractor immediately as
per direction of Engineer in Charge.
Setting Out:
The contractor shall set out the works in relation to original points, lines and levels of
reference specified in the contract. The contractor shall be responsible for the correct
positioning of all parts of the works, and shall rectify any error in the positions, levels, the
dimensions or alignment of the works.
The Safety Procedures:
The contractor shall:
(a)

Take care for the safety of all person's entitled to be on the site,

(b)

Choose reasonable efforts to keep the site and work clear of unnecessary
obstruction so as to avoid danger to these persons,

(c)

Provide fencing, lighting, guarding and watching of the works until completion
and its taking over by the MCH at end of O & M period.

(d)

Provide any temporary works (including road ways, foot ways, guards and
fences) which may be necessary, because of the execution of works, for the use
and protection of the public and of owners and occupy a server adjacent land.

Quality Assurance:
In addition to the provisions of clause General conditions of contract, the contractor shall
institute a quality assurance system to demonstrate compliance with requirements of the
contract. The system shall be in accordance with the details stated in the contract and the
Quality Assurance Programme will be got approved from the competent authority. The
MCHs shall be entitled to audit any aspect of the system.
Tenderer must visit the work site and see for himself the site and ground conditions in all
respects including availability of labour (skilled and unskilled), approaches, availability of
water, electricity, materials, and all other matters affecting the work before submitting the
tender.
Owner will not, therefore, after acceptance of the tender, pay any extra charges for any
reason whatsoever in case Contractor find later on to have misjudged the site and other
conditions.
Un-Foreseenable Difficulties:
The contractor shall be deemed to have obtained all necessary information as to risk,
contingencies and other circumstances that may influence or affect the works i.e

(a)

by signing the contract, the contractor accepts the total responsibility for having
sustained all difficulties and costs of successfully completing the works: and

(b)

the contract price shall not be adjusted to take account of any unforeseen
difficulties or costs.

Rights of Way and Facilities;


(a)

The Contractor shall bear all costs and charges for special and/or temporary rights
of Way, which he may require, including those for access to the site. The
contractor shall also obtain, at risk and costs, any additional facilities outside the
site which he may require further purposes of the works.

(b)

Contractor shall make his own arrangement for Water supply/electricity at his own
cost and nothing extra shall be paid by the MCH

The contractor shall not interfere unnecessarily or improperly with:


(a)

the convenience of the public, or


(b)

in the access to and use and occupation of all roads, existing electric and other
land, irrespective of whether they are public or in the possession of the MCH
or others.

(c)

with the existing amenities, whether natural of man made. No tree shall be
felled without permission of the Engineers Representative and clearance of the
site shall generally be kept to the minimum necessary for the works and
temporary works.
Security of the Site:
Unless otherwise stated in particular conditions:
a. The contractor shall be responsible for keeping unauthorized persons off the
site, offices, campus etc. within the scope of work and
b. authorized person's shall be limited to the Contractor personnel and the MCH's
personnel; and to any other personnel notified to the Contractor, by (or on
behalf of ) the MCH, and
c. Providing adequate manpower for the security of the material brought to the
site for which payment has been made to the contractor.
Contractors Operations On-site:
. The Contractor shall take all necessary precautions to keep Contractors equipment and
Contractor personnel within the site and these additional areas, and to keep them off
adjacent land.
During the execution of the works, the Contractor shall keep the site free from all
unnecessary obstruction, and shall store or dispose of any Contractors equipment or
surplus materials. The Contractor shall clear away and remove from the site any
wreckage, rubbish and temporary works which are no longer required.

For the purpose of constructing Contractors yard, godown, site office, staff quarters, etc.
the contractor may utilize the land and existing buildings / structures allocated to him by
MCH after obtaining requisite permission from the Engineer in Charge. All expenses
In connection with purchase or construction or maintenance or removal etc. of such items
shall be borne by the Contractor.
MCH may allocate the land and buildings for use by the Contractor according to its
possibilities only. If the land or buildings are not available or are insufficient for the
purposes of the Contractors establishment, additional land or buildings will have to be
procured/rented by the Contractor himself at his own cost and expenses as per his
requirement.
Recovery of rent towards the use of building by contractor for office/store/residence
provided by the MCH shall be done on fair rent assessment basis.
Works to be kept clear of water:
The Contractor shall keep the works well drained until the Engineer certifies that the
whole of the works is substantially complete and shall ensure that so far as is practicable,
all work is carried out in the dry. Excavated areas shall be kept well drained and free from
standing water.
The Contractor shall construct, operate and maintain all temporary dams, water-courses
and other works of all kinds including pumping and well-point dewatering that may be
necessary to exclude water from the works while they are in progress and till they are
handed over to the Development Authority. This refers mainly to surface water that may
enter into the excavated construction work. No separate payment will be made for such
dewatering works / measures. price quoted by Contractor will be deemed to have covered
expenses for such dewatering works / increase. Such temporary works shall not be
removed without the approval of the Engineers Representative.
Notwithstanding any approval by the Engineers Representative of the Contractors
arrangements for the exclusion of water, the Contractor shall be responsible for the
sufficiency thereof and for keeping the Works safe at all times, particularly during any
floods and for making good at his own expense any damage to the works including any
that may be attributable to floods. Any loss of production or additional costs of any kind
that may result from floods shall be at the Contractors own risk.
4. ORGANIZATION ON THE SITE
Contractors Office:
The Contractor shall have an office(s) near the site(s), and shall during office hours on all
working days have a clerk or some other authorized person always present at such office,
upon whom a notice may be served. Service of any notice left with such clerk or
authorized person shall be deemed good, served upon the Contractor.
Contractor's Staff:

The Contractor shall employ for the execution of work only such persons as are skilled
and experienced in all activities required for the completion of the Works, from
reconnaissance, design, manufacturing, execution and testing to commissioning. The
Engineer in Charge shall be at liberty to object to and require the Contractor to remove
from the Work any person who in the opinion of the Engineer in Charge misconducts
himself or is incompetent

or negligent in the proper performance of his duties. Such person shall not again be
employed without permission of the Engineer in Charge.
The Contractor shall employ labour in sufficient number to maintain the required rate of
progress and quality to ensure workmanship of the degree specified in the Contract.
Site Books:
Within seven days of the receipt of the order to take up work, the contractor shall supply
at his own cost, a work order book having machine numbered pages in duplicate, to the
Engineer in charge or his representative. This book shall be kept at the site of work under
the custody of the client's representative. Directions or instructions to be issued to the
contractor from the inspecting officers of the client or by Engineer in charge of the work
or his superior officer shall be entered therein with the dated signature (except when such
directions or instructions are given by separate letters). The contractor or his authorized
representative shall regularly note these entries in the work order Book and also record
therein the action taken or being taken by him in compliance thereon. The contractor or
his authorized representative may take away for his own record, the duplicate pages of the
work order Book, which will be carbon copies of the original pages, after putting up his
signature. The work order Book shall not be removed from the site of work except with
the written permission of the Engineer in charge.
5. DESIGN AND DRAWINGS
General Design Obligations:
The Contractor shall be deemed to have scrutinized, prior to submission of bid, the MCH's
requirements (including design criteria & drawings & calculations, if any) for their
correctness, accuracy, structural safety and soundness. The Contractor shall be responsible
for the correctness, accuracy of all designs and for safety & soundness of all structures
constructed under this contract.
The details of materials indicated in the tender document are the minimum requirement,
and no reduction/alteration shall be permissible unless the Engineer-in-charge is satisfied
that such changes are necessary.
Contractor's Documents & Submission Procedure for Detailed Design &
Execution Drawings:
The Contractor's Documents shall comprise the technical documents specified in the
MCHs requirements, Documents Required to satisfy all regulatory approvals and As Built
Documents and Operation & Maintenance Manuals. The Contractor's Documents shall
be written in the language for communications defined in contract.
If errors, omissions, ambiguity, inconsistencies, inadequacies or other defects are found in
the Contractors Documents, these and the works shall be corrected at the Contractor's
cost, notwithstanding any consent for approval under this clause.
Hydraulics of plant /GA drawings/Unit sizing etc. are given in the tender document.
However the contractor may check to ensure soundness of the designs & successful
completion of the project. The contractor is required to carry out the soil investigation for
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important structure and to submit the detailed structural designs and execution drawings
of all civil, mechanical and electrical engineering works. He will also submit the detailed
system and working drawings as well as performance curves and data for all hydraulic,
mechanical, electro-mechanical and electrical equipment.
If any changes are desired by him in the given designs & drawings, such changes, duly
done in the drawings with a detailed note justifying the proposed changes, shall be
submitted for approval. No work shall be commenced on site on the basis of designs &
drawings not approved by EIC and/or those not accepted by the contractor.
The drawings shall be sufficient in details and the scale has to be chosen accordingly in
co- ordination with the engineer in charge.
Approval Procedures:
As soon as practicable after acceptance of his tender and in any case before starting work
on site, the Contractor shall submit for the approval of Superintending Engineer (PHE) a
detailed programme of work in the form of a PERT / CPM Network and a bar chart
together with a description of his proposed methods of working. The programme shall
take into account, the importance of completing the various parts of the works in
accordance with Clause for time for completion of the Contract.
The contractor shall submit designs, working drawings and documents etc., done as per
the requirement of the tender documents to the MCH or his authorized representative. The
following shall be the procedure for submission and approval of design, execution
drawings & contractors documents:
The Contractor shall submit three copies of design/drawings/contractors documents along
with the relevant IS codes / manuals and soft copy of design. Calculations of design in
soft copy shall be on excel sheet with stepwise explanation of formulas, various
assumptions, calculations etc. to arrive at results of design. In the soft copy of submissions
formulas & calculations shall not be kept hidden. Without such submission no design &
drawing will be accepted. All the submitted papers are to be signed by the Contractor or
his authorized representatives.
The MCH will review the submissions and if found fit for approval, will approve them
and return one copy to the Contractor within 15 days duly signed in token of approval.
In case the design/drawings etc. are not found fit for approval, the MCH will mark the
comments on them and return two copies to the Contractor within 15 days and the same
shall be repeated till the submissions are finally approved as per scope of work &
specifications. The contractor in such cases shall submit the revised and corrected
submissions within 15 days to the receipt of comments from MCH
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On receipt of approved submissions, the Contractor shall submit four (4) additional copies
of the approved submissions (designs, drawings, data sheets etc.) to the Superintending
Engineer (PHE) for reference and records.
No designs / drawings with corrections made after taking the prints will be accepted.
The approval along with alterations in drawings/designs by the Superintending Engineer
(PHE) shall not relieve the Contractor of his responsibility in terms of the Contract for
soundness of the designs. The Contractor shall be responsible for the structural safety of
all the components of the Work.
Discrepancies Between Drawings And Specifications
The drawing annexed with the tender documents are for indicative purpose only. The
actual drawing and designs are to be submitted by the tenderer. In case of discrepancies
between drawings and specifications or data sheets arising from the meaning, dimensions
or quality of the materials and equipment for the due and proper execution of the Work,
Contractor's Undertaking
The design, the Contractors Documents, the execution and the completed works shall
comply with the relevant standards, building, construction and environmental laws, law as
applicable to the product being produced from the works, and other standards specified in
the Volume I Scope of Work & Technical Specifications applicable to the works, or
defined by the applicable laws.
All these laws, in respect of the works shall be, the laws prevailing at the time of letter of
invitation. References in the contract to published standards shall be understood to be
references to the edition applicable on the date of supply / execution as the case may be.
Whenever there are contradictory provisions in applicable Indian Standards, the most
stringent of the provisions shall apply unless specifically mentioned otherwise.
6. SUPPLY OF MATERIAL
All material required for the execution of the work, testing, commissioning, trial run,
operation, routine and preventive maintenance and repairs/replacement, if any
necessitated, during the entire Operation and Maintenance period shall be arranged by the
Contractor himself including all required chemicals for treatment of Sewage etc. except
electric charges to be paid to electric company (former electricity board) during O&M
period. No material will be supplied by MCH
Samples:
The contractor shall submit samples to the Engineer-In-Charge at his cost, for
their inspection prior to dispatch for review in accordance with the procedure
laid down in Contractor's Documents described in relevant sub-clause.
Inspection and testing of pumps, motors, bulk meters, valves, control panels
etc. shall be done in the factory before dispatch of the material.

The MCHs Personnel or authorized representative shall at all reasonable times:


(a) have full access to all parts of the site and to all places from which natural materials are
being obtained, and
(b) during production, an effective and construction (at the site and, to the extent specified in
the contract, elsewhere), be entitled to examine, inspect, measure and test the materials
and workmanship, and to take the progress of manufacture of equipment and production
and manufacture of materials.
Equipment of similar kind to be used in the contract shall be of same make
unless specifically approved by the Engineer-in-Charge. Unless specific
approval of the Engineer- in-Charge is obtained, all equipment of one kind,
to be used in the project, shall be offered for inspection in one lot. If such
equipment are offered in different piece meal lots, the cost of inspection of
material in smaller lots will be recovered from the contractor, and the delay
caused to the project on this ground, shall solely be attributed to the account
of the contractor.
The cost of samples including transportations as well as of the testing shall be
borne by the contractor for the followings:
(a) The collection & supply of the samples and carrying out of such tests is provided for or
clearly intended in the contract, will be carried out either at site of work or manufacturer's
place or at laboratories at a place approved by the Engineer in charge.
(b) The collection & supply of the samples and the carrying out of such tests if not provided
for or clearly intended in the contract but on testing, the material is found defective and
has to be rejected.
Testing
(i)

The Contractor shall provide all apparatus, assistance, documents and other
information, electricity, equipment, fuel, consumables, estimates, labour, materials,
and suitably qualified and experienced staff in relation to supply of material and
are necessary to carry out the specified test efficiently. The Contractor shall agree,
with the MCH/third party, the time and place for the specified testing of any
equipment, materials and other parts of the works.

(ii)

The MCH may, vary the location or details of specified test, or instruct the
Contractor to carry out additional tests. If these varied or additional tests show that
the tested equipment, materials or other workmanship is not in accordance with the
contract than cost of testing to carry out in this variation shall be borne by the
contractor, notwithstanding other provisions of the contract.

(iii)

Engineer-In-Charge (client) or its representative shall have the right to inspect and /

or to test the Goods for confirm their conformity to the Contract. The Technical
Specifications shall specify what inspections and tests the Purchaser requires and
where they are to be conducted. If not specified or notwithstanding any mention,
the contractor shall submit the inspection plan of all major bought-out items for
approval with EIC specifying the stages of inspection as per manufacturers quality
plan and shall arrange to carry out the inspection along with EIC or its
representative at manufacturers works as per the approved plan. The EIC
Purchaser shall notify the Contractor in writing of the identifying of any
representatives retained for these purposes. All the expenses viz. lodging &
boarding, transportation, all facilities as required shall be borne by the successful
tenderer.
(iv)

The testing of materials and work where necessary shall be carried out in
accordance with the most recent standards or Tentative Standard Methods of Bureau
of Indian Standards institution current on the date fixed for opening of the tender. If
no such standard exists for a particular test, the standard method as laid down by the
British Standard Institution or by American Association of State Highway officials
or the American Society or other suitable organization for testing of materials, will
be used at the discretion of the Engineer in charge. He may also adopt any other
suitable method at his discretion.

(v)

The Contractor shall promptly forward duly certified reports of the tests to the
MCVH. When the specified test has been passed, the MCH shall endorse the
Contractor's test certificate, or issue a certificate to him, to that effect.

(vi)

The contractor shall establish a small laboratory at site where routine testing of
materials of concrete, asphalt etc. can be done to the extent feasible. He shall
indicate in his tender the scope of laboratory that he intends to establish on work
site. The charges for the same shall be born by the contractor.

The testing of material during construction activities on time to time basis shall also be
carried out from the approved laboratory/ Testing Station as per the schedule decided by
the Engineer-In-Charge and at the cost of contractor.
(vii) Contractor shall submit a Quality Assurance Programme (QAP) for each item
for approval of Engineer-In-Charge. Actual manufacturing shall start only
after approval of QAP. The inspection of the following bought out items shall be
carried out by third party agencies :
Process equipment like Screen, Grit Mechanism, SBR Decanters, Air Blower, Fine
Bubble Air Diffusers, Pumps, Filter Press, Motors, Transformer, MCC, Cables, PLC,
Pipes, Valves, Gates and any other items as directed by the Engineer In Charge. The
charges towards inspection shall be born by the contractor. In addition to the above
Engineer-In-Charge or his representative may inspect any/ all the bought out items as per
the requirement.
(viii) The third party agency shall be any one of the following
(a)
M/s RITES
(b) M/s SGS
Or by any other as approved by Engineer-In-Charge

(ix)

Contractor shall have to produce test certificates for all procurement of cement and
steel. (ANNEXURE-13)

Cost of Inspection and Testing.


For all equipment (s) and material (s) required for execution of the work, the arrangement
for Inspection and all expenses including third party inspection fee shall be borne by the
contractor.
Rejection
If as a result of an examination, inspection, measurement or testing, any equipment,
materials, workmanship is found to be defective or otherwise not in accordance with the
contract, the EIC may reject the equipment, materials, designs or workmanship by giving
notice to the Contractor, with reasons. The Contractor shall than promptly make the items
good to ensure that the rejected items comply with the contract specification.
If the rejection and re-testing cause the MCH to incur additional costs, the Contractor
shall pay these costs to the MCH.
Approval of Material and Equipment
The fact that the Contractor has agreed to provide the material prescribed in the Tender
Documents does not release him to ask for the final approval of the equipment and
material to be used for the Work. The specifications and drawings of each item to be
supplied shall be individually scrutinized and the Engineer in Charge shall verify its
conformity with the technical specifications and the standards.
Prior to ordering any material and equipment such as pipes, specials, measuring
equipments, mechanical and electro-mechanical equipment, electrical/instrumentation
equipment, material for civil works and interior decoration, paints, etc. the contractor has
to supply the detailed specification, drawings, performance curves and data, operation
instructions, samples etc., to the Engineer in Charge. If the Contractor has any doubts
about the required specifications as prescribed in the Contract, he has to clarify them with
the Engineer in Charge.
The procedure for the submission of documents, verification, re-submission if necessary
and approval of these items is the same described in relevant clause, If equipment or
material which the Contractor submitted first is refused in the approval process he has to
submit documents of such equipment which corresponds to the specifications of the tender
documents and which is likely to be approved.
Only after approval of the material and equipment, the Contractor can place the order or
start the manufacturing or purchasing procedures.
Four weeks prior to packing and shipping the Contractor must inform the Engineer in
Charge when the material/equipment is ready for inspection and testing. At this date, the
Contractor shall supply the results of all manufacturers own tests made during or after
manufacturing and his own quality control certificates. The Engineer in charge will decide
whether he or his representative will inspect and test the material/ equipment or whether
he will approve it on the basis of the supplied documentation.

The Engineer in charge will provide an authorization for packing and shipment after
inspection and/or approval of the material/equipment.
If the Contractor packs and ships material/ equipment without approval or authorization of
the Engineer-in-Charge, it can be refused if it is not matching with the specifications of
the Contract. All costs resulting from this are to be borne by the Contractor. The
Contractor has then to provide the material/ equipment, which is matching with the
Contract.
11

COMPLETION OF THE WORK


Time for Completion

The whole of the Work, including mobilization, reconnaissance, investigations, design,


manufacturing, transportation, construction, installation & testing, commissioning, trial
runs, and demobilization has to be completed within a period of 9 months calculated from
the commencement date, which is 10 days after the written order to commence the Work.
The duration of the performance run, tests and trial run is included in the completion
period, defined in General Conditions of Contract.. The contractor shall submit a detailed
time schedule for all the activities to be completed under the contract. If required this
schedule shall be updated in each monthly meeting. However, this time schedule shall not
bear any implications on the provisions of clause 2 of General Conditions of Contract.

Completion of Work and Fully Commissioning


(i)

Immediately after the physical completion, the work of testing and commissioning
the entire system on design conditions as per the procedure of test given in Volume
I Scope of Work & Technical Specifications shall be taken up. Once the entire
system has been successfully tested and commissioned and trial run of three
months as per the conditions of contract, the O & M period shall commence. After
successful completion of the trial run period of three month, and removal of all
visible defects to the satisfaction of Engineer-in-Charge, the work shall be treated
as Completed.
Unless otherwise provided in the contract, after the successful completion of the
testing and three month trial run for the entire system, the Engineer-in-charge shall
issue a certificate of Completion of Work. The date of Certificate notifying
Completion of Work will be used for the final payment as per clause 6 and 7 of
General Conditions of Contract. From this date of certificate for Completion of
Work, the Operation & Maintenance period shall commence.

(ii)

In case Raw Sewage is not made available by the Employer than completion
period as defined in 11.2.(i) shall be extended appropriately.

Defects Liability Period


The defect liability period shall be of 24 months, from the date of issue of the certificate
for Completion of works The Contractor shall operate & be responsible for satisfactory
performance & maintenance of the STP under all design and operation conditions for the
duration of the defects liability period, except for damage due to unprecedented natural
calamities. During the defect liability period the contract has to

provide for additional training of the MCH staff and have to carry out the operational,
maintenance and repair activities.
Constructional defect such as defects due to premature use of materials, works not
executed in accordance with the Contract, hidden faults in material and equipment not
discovered during inspection and testing, fault in design, manufacturing, erection and in
construction shall be pointed out by the EIC and shall have to be rectified by the
contractor during this period. The cost for repair material, spare arts, transport, repairs,
tests and repair staff shall have to be borne by the contractor. If the Contractor fails to
rectify the defect within a period of 15 days after aforesaid notice, the Engineer in Charge
may forfeit the security deposit or an amount thereof required for the rectification through
a third party without prejudice to any other right the MCH may have against the
Contractor in respect of his failure to remedy such defects.
In the case of delayed Completion of Work not caused by the Contractor, the defects
liability period shall be extended accordingly but not more than three (3) years after the
total physical completion of the entire Work, whichever is earlier.

12. AS-BUILT DRAWINGS


The submission of the as-built drawings for the equipment is the precondition for the final
payment. The final drawings shall be submitted in one reproducible set and 5 copies on
linen bound in an album of an approved size. The contractor shall submit all the
completion drawings and approved design calculations on CD ROM / DVD in two copies
with proper directory structure.
The contractor shall prepare, and keep up to date, a complete set of "as built" records of
the execution of the works, showing the exact as built locations, sizes and details of the
works as executed. The records shall be kept on the site and shall be used exclusively for
the purpose of this sub clause. Two copies shall be supplied to the MCH before the
commencement of the tests on completion.
In addition, the contractor shall carryout the Videography, still photographs prior to start
of work, during construction period and up to completion of the work up to the
satisfaction of EIC. The prepared album of photograph/ video cassette shall be submitted
to EIC along with the As built drawings.
The contractor shall supply to the MCH as built drawings of the works, showing all works
as executed, and submit them to the MCH for review under sub clause [Contractors
Documents]. The Contractor shall obtain the consent of the MCH as to their size, the
references system, and other relevant details.
Prior to the issue of Completion of works certificate, the contractor shall provide to the
MCH the specified numbers and types of copies of the relevant as built drawings, in
accordance with the MCHs requirements. The Completion of works shall not be
considered until the MCH has received the As Built Drawings.
13. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS

Prior to the commencement of the tests on completion, the contractor shall supply to the
MCH provisional operation & maintenance manuals in sufficient detail as specified in
Volume I Scope of work & Technical Specifications of the tender document.
The works shall not be considered to be completed for the purposes of completion of
works until the MCH has received final operation & maintenance manuals in such detail.
14. PROGRESS OF WORK
All components of works shall ensure a logical sequence of execution, construction,
supply, installation, testing, and commissioning. If any supply / construction of a
material / unit is made, not in conformity to the logical sequencing of the work
component, no payments will be entitled against such supplies, construction and
installations.
There has to be a continuous chain of work to ensure that works carried / material
supplied by the contractor are carried out/ installed promptly and those carried / installed
are sequentially tested in the field without any delay.
It will be the responsibility of contractor to maintain simultaneous pro-rata progress of
works.
15. DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR PAYMENT:
The contractor shall submit the following documents in duplicate along with the
invoice/bill.
Purchase invoice indicating details of equipments, material manufactured,
supplied and installed or work carried out, supply value of such material or
equipment or value of such work carried out and amount claimed.
Inspection reports/ test reports/ reports certifying completion of activity with
acceptable results as per MCH or any other agency representing MCH.
Report/certificate of inspections /tests carried out by the supplier of the
contractor or by the contractor himself.
Any other such details/documents as may be reasonably specified by the
Engineer-in-Charge from time to time during execution of the contract.
Proof of insurance of equipments, as required.
Certificates, as prescribed, regarding payment of Sales Tax, duties etc. leviable
on supplies made.
Colour photographs/Videography of the work executed during the period for
which the invoice has been raised.
Other documents required by the Engineer-in-charge.
16. PAYMENT TERMS
The terms of payment have been as detailed in Volume -II of the tender document.
Payment of running bill shall generally be released once in a month. The contractor shall
submit all the bills on the printed forms at the office of the Engineer-in-Charge.

If any extra item crops up during the progress of works, the same shall be carried out by
the contractor, after approval of Engineer-in-charge and he shall be paid at the rate fixed
by the Engineer-in-charge as per the rate analysis based on current market rates or current
BSR whichever is less.
All payments shall be subjected to the following limitations:
16.1 Sequence of event in case of supply of material:
Sequence of events shall be decided in the monthly review meetings, and material
requirement for subsequent 3 months shall be decided and made part of the monthly
reports. Payment for supply of items in consonance with the agreed sequencing of
material will only be made, so that material does not remain unutilized for more than 3
months, for which payment of supply has been made.
Payment of material and equipment shall be done for the price quoted for respective items
in the Volume II Schedule of Prices of the tender document and as provision given
herein after.
17. DEDUCTIONS
Statutory Deductions :
The MCH is required to make statutory deductions at source from all running bills and
final bill as in force through relevant statutes in force from time to time at the rates
prescribed therein.
Other Deductions:
Any other deductions to recover any reduction in rates or any other MCH's claims accrued
as per the contract or in respect to any other liabilities arising, shall be deducted from
subsequent interim payments or final payments or from the securities with the MCH.
18. NON APPLICABLE
CONTRACT

CLAUSES

OF

GENERAL

CONDITIONS

OF

The clauses of General conditions of contract bearing nos. 5A, 10, 10B, 10C, 12, 12A, 24,
25, 30, 37,45, 47 and table for schedule of material to be supplied by the deptt. If
available, (referred to in clause 10) of General Conditions of contract shall not be
applicable. No payment in respect of price variation shall be applicable under this
contract.
19. TAXES AND DUTIES
All taxes, duties, levies applicable by any act of the Government of India and/or State of
Rajasthan and/or of the Local bodies on the company or its personnel, during the period of
work in progress shall be of the Contractor. All goods manufactured/procured and
supplied by the contractor and the work executed under this contract, responsibility of
payment of sales tax, surcharge, octroi and any other tax and levies in force, responsibility
of payment of all such taxes, duties, levies shall be of the contractor.
In respect of goods and materials procured by the Contractor, for use in works under the
contract, Sales Tax will be paid by the Contractor himself. But in respect of all such goods
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manufactured and supplied by the Contractor and works executed under the contract, the
responsibility of payment of sales tax if any is of the Engineer-in-charge as per the
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provisions, than the sales tax for such cases shall be paid by the Engineer in Charge on
behalf of the contractor and the amount so paid shall be deducted from the intermediate
payments of the contractor.
20. PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE OF EQUIPMENT
The bidder shall guarantee that the performance of each pump set, motor, electrical;
mechanical; electro-magnetic, automation & instrumentation equipments shall comply
with the requirements given in the specifications. He shall also guarantee that the
equipments will operate satisfactorily at the time of commissioning and shall be at the
desired level of efficiencies during O & M period and also at the time of handing over.
21. MCHS RIGHT TO RECTIFY
The MCH retains the right to rectify, at the cost of Contractor, to perform any of these
materials or work obligations on default of the Contractor.
22. MAKES OF EQUIPMENT
The Equipment(s) used by the bidder for the project shall be one of the makes as given in
the Volume I of the tender document .The makes of other equipments/material to be used
shall be got approved from EIC.
23. TIME SCHEDULE FOR CONTRACT ACTIVITIES
For completion of the job in the prescribed time it is essential to maintain a timely and
logical sequencing of the contract activities. In view of the above the contractor shall
submit a plan for approval of MCH.
To adhere to the execution schedule approved by the MCH, the contractor shall also
deploy the required T&P as directed by Engineer in Charge. The time schedule so
provided and approved by competent authority shall have no bearing on clause 2 of
General Conditions of Contract.
24. INSURANCE
The contractor shall have to provide a minimum insurance of man power and equipments.
This insurance cover should start from the date of starting of work and should be valid up
to end of execution period. The responsibility of timely payment of the premium as well
as that of lodging claims as and when situation arises will be that of contractor.
Accident or Injury to Contractors Employees
The MCH shall not be liable for, or in respect of any damages or compensation payable by
law in respect of, or in consequence of any accident or injury to any person in the
employment of the contractor (other than accident or injury as may be attributable to the
MCH or its employees) & the contractor shall indemnify the MCH against all such
damages and compensations and against all actions, suits, claims, cost or expenses arising
there from. The contractor shall ensure against such liabilities and shall continue such
insurance during the whole of the time that any persons are employed by him on the
works.
Third Party Insurance
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Before commencing the execution of the work, the contractor shall insure and indemnify
the MCH against all damages, loss or injury and any actions, suits, claims, demands, costs
and
expenses arising there from which may occur to any property including that of MCH) by,
or arising out of the exhibition of any work for which shall be occasion by the negligence
of the contractors employees or by defective design, materials or workmanship, or from
any other cause for which the contractor may be held liable under the contract.
Approval By The Engineer In Charge
All insurances which the contractor requires to enter into the contract shall be effected
with an insurer or insurers and in terms approved by the engineer in charge, (which
approval shall not be unreasonably with held), and the contractor shall automatically
produce to the engineer in charge the policies of insurance and receipts of the payments of
the premiums.
Remedy on Contractors Failure to Insure
If the contractor fails to effect on keep in force the insurances referred to or any of the
insurance which he may be required to effect under the term of the contract then and in
any such case the MCH may effect and keep in force any such insurance and pay such
premium or premiums as may be necessary for the purpose, and from time to time deduct
the amount so paid by the MCH as aforesaid, from any moneys due or which may become
due to the contractor or recover the same as a debt due from the contractor.
25. NIGHT WORK:
Subject to any provisions to the contrary contained in the contract, no work shall be
carried out after office hours without the written permission of the Engineer-in-charge
except when the work is unavoidable or absolutely necessary, for saving life or property
or for the safety of the work, in which case, the contractor shall immediately inform the
Engineer-in-charge or his Representative, provided always that the provision of this clause
shall not be applicable in the case of any work which it is customary to carry out by
double or rotary shifts in which case sufficient advance notice shall be given of the
intention to work at night to the Engineer-in-charge. After making all requisite
arrangements and management of areas, materials and equipments, required under any
emergency etc. Overtime to supervisory staff of the client in such cases shall have to be
however borne by the contractor.
The contractor shall also carry on work after office hours if so required by the Engineerin-charge, subject to obtaining approval in writing, for expediting the progress on the
works or for any other reasons of technical safety.
Whenever any work is required to be carried out at night in the interest of structural safety
or any other reason with express approval of the Engineer-in-charge or his representative
authorized to supervise, adequate lighting and other arrangement shall be made in advance
by the contractor for proper execution and supervision of such work. The contractor shall
not be however entitled to any extra payments for night work.
26. TRESPASS:
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The contractor shall at all times be responsible for any damages due to trespass committed
by his agents and work people in carrying out the work, unless authorized by the
Engineer-in-charge in writing in which case, all repair work shall be done by the
contractor at his own cost to restore the original condition.

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27. PERMITS, LICENSES, PRIORITIES, CERTIFICATES, ETC.:


The contractor shall make his own arrangements at his own cost, if required.
(a) To obtain permits, licenses, quota certificates, foreign exchange etc. for any
materials or items of work etc. if required by him.
(b) To obtain rail and other priorities for transport of his plants, tools equipments,
stores, machinery, materials, labour staff etc.
(c) To arrange with civil supply authorities for release of controlled goods if so,
for his labour and staff.
The client will not undertake to arrange for these but will render reasonable help within its
competence without accepting any responsibility for delay if any.
28. SAFETY MEASURES AND SERVICES
The Contractor shall be responsible for the safety of all workmen and other persons
entering or in the works and shall take all measures necessary to ensure their
safety to the approval of the Engineers Representative. Reference in these
respects shall also be made to the Conditions of Contract and safety provisions
but in particular, such measures shall include the following:
a) Provision of proper safety and emergency regulations fire, gas and
electric shock precautions, stretchers and first-aid box together with
rescue facilities generally for each place of working :
b) Provision of efficient safety helmets for all personnel including the
Engineers Representative and each of his staff and any authorized
visitors to site;
c) Safe control of water including provision of ample standby generating
and pumping plant;
d) Provision and maintenance of suitable lighting to provide adequate
illumination of works with appropriate spares and standby equipment;
e) Provision and maintenance of safe, sound mechanical equipment, each
item of plant having an up-to-date testing certificates ;
f) Provision and maintenance of safe, sound, ropes, slings, pulleys and
other lifting tackle, each appliance having an up-to-date testing
certificate where appropriate;
g) Provision of notices 1.25 m x 1.5 m size written in bold letters in
English, and Hindi to be erected on existing footpaths and at points of
access likely to be used by the pubic, which shall warn the public of the
Works. These notices shall be in addition to any statutory requirements
demanded of the Contractor.

The Contractor shall submit for the approval of the Engineers Representative
detailed proposals under (a) above. When the regulations have been approved
and before the work started, the Contractor shall distribute copies in English or
in other languages as appropriate to all his employees and to the Engineers
Representative.
The Contractor shall ensure that all his employee are fully conversant with the
regulation, emergency and rescue procedures, etc. and the Contractor shall
enforce the rule that any employee committing a serious breach of such a
regulations shall be instantly dismissed and shall not be re-employed.
Contractor shall provide and maintain at his own expenses all lights, guards, fencing
and necessary watchmen when and where necessary or add as required by
Owner / Engineer for the protection of the works or for the safety and
convenience of those employed on the works and the public. Contractor shall
also provide at his cost traffic barricades, men for diverting and controlling
traffic, necessary sign boards for diversion of traffic. In the event of failure on
the part of Contractor, Owner man with or without notice to Contractor put up a
fence or improve a fence already put up or provide and/or improve the lighting
or adopt such other measures as he may deem necessary, and all the cost of such
work and procedures as may be adopted by Owner / Engineer shall be borne by
Contractor. Maintenance of adequate warning and general lighting at nights at
place of work is essential.
29 ACCIDENT LIABILITIES:
The contractor shall be responsible for all liabilities under workman compensation act, as
under:
(a)
On occurrence of accident, resulting in death of workman employed by the
contractor or which is so serious as is likely to result in death of such
workman who meet with accident, the contractor shall within 24 hours of
incidence, will intimate in writing to Engineer in charge of such incidence.
The contractor shall indemnify client, against all losses/damages sustained
by the client resulting directly or indirectly from his failure to give such
intimation to client including penalties/fines if any, payable by client as a
consequence of client's failure to give notice under workmans compensation
act or otherwise to confirm the provision of this act in regard to such
accidents.
(b)
In case when such compensations as above becomes payable under
workmans compensation act, whether by contractor or by client as principal
employer, it shall be lawful for the Engineer in charge to retain out of
money due and payable to the contractor, such sum or sums of money as
may in the opinion of the Engineer in charge be sufficient to meet such a
liability, the opinion of the Engineer in charge shall be final in regard to all
matters arising under this clause.
30. The Contractor shall have to maintain account of steel, cement and other materials
that may be brought by him on site. This account shall be regularly maintained and
kept open for inspection by MCH staff. Watering of all the items shall be done as
per instructions. Mixing of concrete shall be done by concrete mixer machine.

Arrangements of bringing vibrator for R.C.C. work if required shall have to be


made by the Contractor.
31. The R.C.C. or specified work shall not be done on Sunday and holiday except in

emergency or when technical requirements are such that continuity of work should
be maintained and that too will be with prior permission of the competent authority
32. Octroi exemption passes shall not be given for any material required for this work.
33. Contractor will be fully responsible for compliance of the various provisions under
Contract Labor Act, 1970 and the Rules frames there under. The Contractor should
obtain necessary permissions, license & registrations from labour commissioner, as
per labour law.
34. The bidder shall note that if the information required to be furnished by him either
at the stage of prequalification or at the stage of bidding are not provided in time
and/or if it is deliberately concealed and such information has come to the notice of
MCH at any stage prior to award of Work and whether or not negatively affecting
bidders competency the MCH reserve the right to out rightly reject the bid though
he is pre-qualified in the absence of such information.

SPECIFICATIONS FOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF STP

1. SCOPE OF WORK FOR O&M OF TERTIARY COMMON EFFLUENT


TREATMENT PLANT.
The contractor shall include in his scope operation and maintenance of entire STP for
five years after successful completion of performance tests, trail run and
commissioning of the STP at his own cost. During this period client shall supply only
raw sewage and power to the contractor. Contractor shall include cost of manpower,
material, chemicals etc. consumables, spare parts, tools, tackles, etc. as required for
proper smooth and trouble free operation of the plant.
CONTRACTOR HAS TO INCUR ALL THE COSTS, TAXES, VAT, DUTIES,
TRANSPORTATION, LABOUR, MACHINING, WELDING, REPAIRING,
REPLACING AND MAKING GOOD ANY AND ALL PARTS / PLANT
EQUIPMENT, CONSUMABLES, MOTORS, PUMPS, GEAR UNIT,
CAPACITOR, LT SWITCHGEAR, LIGHTING SYSTEM, CABLES,
CHEMICALS, CONSUMABLES, ETC.
The Contractor will be held responsible for O & M and satisfactory performance of
the STP. Major components and works shall include the following but not limited
to:
a) Operate the plant efficiently for five years including all manpower, consumables,
spare parts or components, labor, transportation, and other charges, except for cost
of power and supply of raw sewage. Power cost would be borne by client. The
contractor shall deposit the electricity charges to the JVVNL and the same shall be
reimbursed from MCH.
b) Operate and maintain all units and equipments of the STP as per the requirement of
the process to meet continuously and consistently desired treated sewage
characteristics in conformity with specifications; maintain all equipment in good
working condition as per the O & M manual as prepared by the contractor and duly
approved by clients engineer in charge.
c) Attend breakdown of civil, mechanical, electrical, piping and instrumentation
works and maintain the plant and equipment through out the Contract Period.
d) The operation and maintenance service provided by the Contractor for the period
specified in the Contract shall ensure the continuous operation of the Plant and that
the breakdown or deterioration in performance, under normal operating conditions,
of any items of Plant and equipment and component parts thereof is kept to a
minimum.

e) The Contractor shall adhere to the manufacturers recommendations with respect to


equipment maintenance, consumables, the types and grades of lubricants to be
used, frequency of lubrication, adjustments to be made regularly and recommended
spares to be held in store.
f) Maintaining Logbooks / Records of the work carried out to keep them in good
working condition. He shall obtain approval of the format of logbooks and records
from Employer.
g) Submission of weekly and monthly O & M report.
h) Carry out regular sampling at frequency as mutually agreed with engineer in charge,
carry out analysis of the same in plants laboratory or laboratory approved by client,
if required by engineer-in-charge and result recording of raw and treated sewage as
per the procedures laid out by the Owner and in conformity with standard methods
and submitting the test result to client. Cost for the same shall be borne by
contractor.
i) The contractor shall hand over the plant back to client on expiry of his contract in
fully working condition satisfying the requirement of treated sewage. All the
electrical, mechanical and instrumentation including standby shall be in perfect
working condition.
Owner envisages to operate this plant for 24 hours daily basis i.e. in three shifts daily.
Following minimum manpower with specified experience and qualification shall
be deployed by the contractor as a minimum during O&M period for each shift:
SN

Designation

Qualification

Experience

Chemist

M Sc

Plant Operator

ITI or relevant

Electrician

ITI or relevant

Helper
TOTAL PERSONNEL
PER SHIFT

10 th STd Pass

3 years of
Wastewater
Testing
3-5 years
experience of
operating
pumping
machinery /
STP
3 years in
similar plant
- do -

No of
Personnel
01
01

01
01
04

In addition to above minimum manpower the contractor shall depute necessary wireman

/ fitter or any other technician as required for carrying our preventive maintenance on
regular basis as per the schedule mentioned in O&M manual to be submitted by
contractor the proper operation and maintenance of the STP and as recommended by
the equipment manufacturer. Further they shall also be deputed to carry out
breakdown maintenance of the plant as and when required but not later than 24 hours
from the date of intimation about the fault by engineer in charge to the contractor.

Contractor shall also demonstrate of having available with him the services of the
expert technical/process person having qualification in B.E. or M.E.
(Environment) and having minimum 3 years experience. The said technical
person shall visit site at least once in a fortnight to oversee the plant operation
and instruct the staff as required to improve the performance. The visit shall be
logged in the site register.
As per agreement, the No. of staff in each shift should always remain present;
otherwise penalty towards absence of any staff shall be levied and recovered
from the contractor. The arrangement of reliever for weekly off/holiday/leave
etc. shall be made by the contractor. Absence on any ground like weekly off or
holiday shall not be considered. The presence of staff in each shift should be
marked in register to be maintained at office of Engineer of the Client at STP;
which shall be considered as final. The contractors staff must mark their
presence in this register. The contractor may maintain a separate register for his
own purpose. If a man on the duty remains absent and there will not be any
replacement in his place, the contractor will be penalised at the rate of Rs. 200/per man per day upto no limit.
The Contractor shall employ all the required staff (and in no case less than the
number specified in the tender which is mandatory) within 7 days of award of
the Contract, otherwise full payment will not be made. In such case, the
commencement of the Contract Period and payment thereof shall be reckoned
only from the date of employment of full numbers of staff. If at any stage it is
felt necessary that additional manpower over and above the specified minimum
manpower is required for the proper operation of the treatment plant, contractor
shall employ necessary additional manpower at no extra cost within 7 days from
the date of issue of notice by engineer-in-charge.
No equipment shall remain idle or un-repaired or damaged or unutilized for the
period exceeding 5 working days from the date of intimation by engineer in
charge to contractor in that effect. If any equipment is not repaired, rectified and
or replaced within 3 days, the contractor shall be penalized with no limit at the
rate of Rs. 500/- per day of delay per each individual equipment of the
plant.
The Contractor will comply with all safety rules and regulations and all interdisciplinary measures as followed by the Employer. The Employer will not be
responsible for any accident / injury to the staff or any person of the Contractor
or loss or damage to any property. Necessary insurance coverage shall be the
responsibility of the contractor. Further, the Employer will not provide any
insurance or free medical facility to the staff of Contractor.
Providing necessary security arrangement for safety of the plant and contractors
personnel will be the responsibility of contractor.

2. All Central / State Government / Semi-Government / Local Bodys rules and


regulation pertaining to this contract, all legal formalities pertaining to provident fund,
factory act, all legal formalities shall be followed and observed by the Contractor
without any extra cost to the Employer. Please note that failure in complying so, all
liabilities arising as per laws will be to the Contractors account.
No accommodation / guesthouse / transportation facility will be provided by the
Employer/ Employer to the Contractor. No staff or any person shall reside in the
plant premises and any such person found shall be driven out immediately.
Liquidated damages :
For the quantity of treated sewage
If the pumped sewage quantity parameters do not meet the output standards, then
liquidated damages shall be payable as per (furnished at the end of this section).
The treated sewage quantity levels shall be calculated on the basic average over
the relevant period of 24 hours.

It is understood that liquidated damages are not a penalty but represents a


reasonable estimate of fair compensation which are payable without proof of
actual damage for a failure to meet the stipulated conditions which otherwise
is impracticable or extremely difficult to fix the actual damages resulting
from failure of the contractor to meet such output standards.
Silt / Sludge / Screening / Grit removal
If the contractor fails to remove silt / sludge / screening / grit etc. in the treatment
plant from the date of receipt of letter from the employer, then the
silt/sludge/screenings/grit shall be removed by the employer by engaging other
agencies and the cost will be recovered from the contractor.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS
SCHEDULE 'H'

1.

2.
3.
4.

5.
6.

7.
8.

9.
10.
11.

Use of Bitumen mixture Tar mechanical lime grinder, cement concrete mixer &
vibrator is essential for the work. Which shall have to be arranged by the
contractor at his own level/cost?
If there is any typographical error or otherwise in the 'G' Schedule the rates given
in the relevant BSR on which schedule 'G' has been prepared, shall prevail.
The contractor shall follow the contractor labour regulation and abolition Act 1970
& Rule 1971.
The MCH shall have right to cause on audit and technical examination of the work
and the final bills of the contractor including all supporting vouchers, abstract etc.
to be made within two years after payment of the final bills and if as a result such
audit any amount is found to have been over paid/excess in respect of any work
done by the contractor under the contract or any work claimed by him to have
been done under this contract and found not to have been executed the
contractor shall be liable to refund such amount and it shall be lawful ;for the MCH
to recover such sum from him in ;the manner prescribed in special condition no. 8
or any other manner legally permissible and if it is found that the contractor was
paid less then that was due to him under the contract in respect of any work
executed by him under it, the amount of such under payment shall be paid by the
MCH to the contractor.
The contractor shall not work after the sunset and before sunrise without specific
permission of the authority Engineer.
Whenever any claim against the contractor for the payment of a sum of money
arises out or under the contracts, the MCH shall be entered to recover the sum by
appropriating in part or whole of the performance security of the contractor. In
the event of the security being insufficient or if no security has been taken from
the contractor then the balance of the total sum recoverable as the case may
shall be deducted from any sum then due or which a any time there contract with
the MCH should this sum be sufficient to recover the full amount recoverable, the
contractor shall pay to MCH on demand the balance remaining due. The MCH shall
further have the right to affect such recoveries under P.D.R. Act.
The rate quoted by the contractor shall remain valid for a period of 90 days from
the date of opening of the tenders.
By submission of this tender the contractor agree to abide with all printed
conditions provided in the PWD manual from 64 Chapter 3-para 36 and
subsequent modification.
No conditions are to be added by the contractor and conditional tender is liable to
be rejected.
All transaction in the execution of this work and this tender will be liable to saletax vide section 2B read with sub clause 4 Sale-tax Rule, 1954.
If any tenderer withdraws his tender prior to expiry of said validity period given at
S.No. 7 or mutually extended prior or makes modifications in the rates, terms and
conditions of the tender within the said period which are not acceptable to the
department or fails to commence the work in the specified period, fails to execute
the agreement the department shall without prejudice to any, other right or
remedy, be at liberty to forfeit the amount of earnest money given in any form
absolutely. If any contractor, who having submitted a tender does not execute the
agreement or start the work or dose not complete the work and the work has to
be put to retendering, he shall stand debarred for six months from participating of

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Signature of
Contractor

12.

13.

14.
15.
16.

17.
18.
19.

20.
21.
22.

tendering in MCH in addition to forfeiture of Bid security / Performance Security


and other action under agreement
Rules regarding enlistment of contractors provide that work ;upto five times limit
for which they are qualified for tendering can be allotted to them Therefore, before
tender the contractors will keep this in mind, and submit the details of work.
Tenders with incomplete or incorrect information are liable to be rejected.
Any material not conforming to the specifications collected at site shall have to be
removed by the contractor within a period of 3 days of the instructions, issued by
the Engineer-In-charge in writing. Failing which, such material shall be removed by
the Engineer-In-charge at risk and the contractor after expiry of 3 days period.
The material collected at site and paid provisionally shall remain under the watch
and ward of the contractor till it is consumed, fully on the work.
The rates provided in tender documents are inclusive of all Taxes royalty.
No extra lead of earth/material shall be paid over and above as specified in 'G'
schedule. Source/borrow pit area for earth shall have to be arranged by the
Contractor at his own cost.
Undersigned has full right to reject any or all tenders without given any reasons.
Mortar of Masonry work and lean concrete will be permitted mixer with hopper.
As per Supreme Court decision "All contracts with Governments shall require
registration of workers under the building and other construction workers
(Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1996 and extension of
benefits to such workers under the act."
The tenderer are required to submit copy of their enlistment as contractor.
Conditions of RPWA-100 will be mandatory & acceptable to the contractor.
Any tender received with unattested cutting/overwriting in rates shall be rejected
and such bidder will be debarred from tendering for three months in MCH.

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Signature of
Contractor

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF CONTRACT


DESIGN PARAMETERS
SEWAGE FLOW
i. Particular

ii. Average flow


15 MLD =

STP

Peak factor iv.Peak flow

m /sec.

3.00

m /sec.

CAPACITY
Capacity of STP

15 MLD

PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS OF TREATMENT PLANT


Designed outlet Parameters:
Parameter
BOD
COD
TSS
Faecal Coliform
Totall Nitrogen as N
Phosphate (Total) as P
2.0

LIST OF TENDER DRAWINGS FOR 15 MLD STP


S. No.
1

Title of Drawings for 1 MLD STP


INDEX MAP OF 15 MLD STP SITE

No. of Dwg.
01

Above drawings are only conceptual, Bidders are advised to refer to above
drawings for reference purpose only. Detailed design & preparation of
detailed engineering drawings (including civil, electrical, mechanical,
instrumentation etc. all complete) is within the scope of the bidder.
PROCESS DESCRIPTION OF VARIOUS UNITS OF COMMON EFFLUENT
TREATMENT PLANT
1 MLD STP capacity comprises of the following process units.
15 MLD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Collection sump
Inlet Chamber
Fine Screen Channel
Detritor tank
Distribution Chamber
SBR Basin
Sludge Sump
Construction of a centrifuge
plant to handle the stabilized
sludge from 1 MLD STP
Treated Effluent Disposal pipe
upto CWR

The Inlet Chamber will receive the raw sewage to pass it further to screen
channel and subsequently to the Detritor tank. In screen channel floating

matters are trapped and removed whereas in Detritor tank, grit is removed. The
sewage having been treated for screening and grit removal is then treated
biologically in

SBR basins. Treated effluent is finally disposed in proposed clear water R.C.C.
tank of
cum fitted with pumping machinery of suitable duty condition as
approved by Engineer in charge for further pumping the clear water for
horticulture purpose..
The sludge form SBR basins are dewatered using Centrifuge before disposal.
Collection Sump
Trapping of sewer water from existing sewer of size 600 mm dia. Near Narayan
Singh Circle and construction of sump well with provision of sluice gate including
pumping and screen arrangement at STP site.
Inlet Chamber
The inlet chamber is provided ahead of screen channel to receive the sewage
from the collection sump. An RCC platform at the top of the wall is provided
for the operation of the gates. Staircase/ ladder & railings shall be provided
as per requirement.
A plant bypass line is provided from the Inlet chamber to divert the flow to
the final effluent discharge point in case of any malfunction in the STP.
Screen Channel
Two nos. Fine Screen channels are provided (1W + 1 Standby) each
designed for peak flow. Screen channels are controlled by sluice gates at
their entrance. Partition walls have been provided to divide the channel into
compartments. An RCC platform at the top of the wall is provided for the
operation of the gates. Staircase/ ladder & railings shall be provided as per
requirement.
Mechanical Detritor Tanks with Gates
The function of this unit is to remove inorganic grit from sewage after it gets
screened in screening channel. There shall be two units (1W + 1 Stand by)
of mechanical Detritor of 100% peak flow capacity each to deliver the waste
water to distribution box. This shall be a square RCC chamber of suitable
size with mechanical Detritor equipment.
Manually operated Gates shall be installed at the inlet of Mechanical Detritor
unit for flow regulation. Access platform, staircase and railing are provided
as per requirement.
Distribution Chamber
The flow from Detritor tanks will be connected to the Splitter Box having
central common compartment. The flow will be then divided into equal parts
by splitting proportionately with adjustable aluminium weir plate and
distributed to individual SBR basins by channels. Automatically operated
Gates shall be installed at the Splitter box outlets for flow isolation.
An RCC walk way platform at the top is provided for the operation purpose.
Staircase/ ladder & railings shall be provided as per requirement.
SBR basins
The SBR basins shall be provided to treat the flow of 15 MLD. There shall be
minimum
nos. of SBR basins.

The SBR system is operated in a batch reactor


mode, which
eliminates all the inefficiencies of the continuous processes. A batch
reactor is a perfect reactor, which ensures 100% treatment. Four

modules are provided to ensure continuous treatment. The complete


process takes place in a single reactor, within which all biological
treatment steps take place sequentially.
The complete biological operation is divided into cycles. Cycle is of 3 5 hrs
duration, during which all treatment steps take place.
A basic cycle comprises:
Fill-Aeration
(F/A)
Settlement
(S)
Decanting (D)
These phases in a sequence constitute a cycle, which is then repeated
-

1.

During the period of a cycle, the liquid is filled in the SBR basins up
to a set operating water level. Aeration Blowers are started for aeration
of the effluent. After the aeration cycle, the biomass settles under
perfect settling conditions. Once Settled the supernatant is removed
from the top using a Decanter. Solids are wasted from the tanks during
the decanting phase.

3.5.1
Biological SELECTOR zone
The raw effluent enters the SELECTOR zone, where ANOXIC MIX conditions
are maintained. Part of the treated effluent along with return sludge from
the aeration basin is recycled in here, using RAS pumps. As the
microorganisms meet high BOD, low DO condition in the SELECTOR, natural
selection of predominantly floc-forming microorganisms takes place. This is
very effective in containing all of the known low F/M bulking
microorganisms, eliminates problems of bulking and sludge foaming. This
process ensures excellent settling characteristics of the bio sludge.
Also due to the anoxic conditions in the SELECTOR zone, De-nitrification and
phosphorous removal occurs in case the Ammoniacal nitrogen and
phosphorous levels are high in the effluent.

2.

3.5.2
Dissolved Oxygen Control
The SBR process uses measurement of dissolved oxygen (DO) levels in the
basin to enhance treatment efficiency and optimise power consumption. The
DO concentration in the basin is continuously monitored using a DO sensor.
Once DO level is measured in the basins, a variable frequency drive
automatically alters the aeration blower rpm to maintain desired DO levels in
the basin. This methodology provides a true in-basin method for the efficient
use of energy.

3.

3.5.3
Decanter Assembly
The clean supernatant is removed from the basin using a Decanter assembly
complete in stainless steel construction. During decanting there is no inflow
to the basin. The moving weir DECANTER is motor driven and travels slowly
from its park position to a designated bottom water level. Once the
Decanting phase sets in, the decanter automatically lowers to the required
bottom level. Variable frequency drives are provided to control the rate of
movement of the Decanters.

After the required level of supernatant is removed the Decanter is returned


to its park position through reversal of the drive. The basin is now ready
for the next cycle to begin.
4.

v.

3.5.4
SBR - PLC based Operation and control
The complete SBR plant operation is controlled automatically through a PLC
system, which is a major factor in reducing operating costs. This also
prevents mal-operation of the various set process parameters within the
plant. All key functions like, RAS, sludge wasting, aeration intensity, cycle
time control, decanting rate etc are automatically controlled as well as data
logged. Complete historical records of plant operation are available on touch
of a button.

3.6
Clear water tank
Treated effluent is finally disposed in proposed clear water R.C.C. tank of
300.00 cum fitted with pumping machinery of suitable duty condition as
approved by Engineer in charge for further pumping the clear water for
horticulture purpose

vi. 3.7

Sludge Sump & Pump House


The sludge withdrawn from the SBR basins is collected in the sump of the
Sludge Pumping Station. Sludge pumps will be provided in the Sludge
Pumping Station with necessary valves and piping. The pump house will
have rising main (CI D/F) from pumping station up to Centrifuge. The sludge
will be pumped to the Centrifuge for dewatering. A Chain pulley block along
with girder arrangement shall be provided in the Centrifuge building to lift
the Centrifuge for maintenance.
Provision shall be made for railing along stairs and platform as per
requirement. Adequate ladder provision shall also be made to reach the
various RCC platforms.
All the delivery pipes, specials and valves of sewage pumps shall be of CI
double flanged. Rising main from Sludge PS to Centrifuge shall be of CI, D/F
pipe. Necessary cleaning arrangements on rising main like hatch boxes etc
shall be provided.

vii. 3.8

Centrifuge
The dewatering of the sludge will be carried out in Centrifuge. The
Centrifuges shall be housed in an elevated platform such that the dewatered
sludge falls directly on to the Cart to be taken for disposal.
A Polyelectrolyte dosing system comprising of tanks, Agitators and Pumps
has to be provided to dose Dewatering Polyelectrolyte at the Centrifuge inlet
to aid sludge dewatering.
The filtrate is disposed off to the Filtrate sump from where it will
conveyed to Distribution Chamber by pumping.

viii.

be

3.9
Process Piping, Filtrate Piping, Drain Piping & Interconnecting
Channels

This shall include the interconnecting pipelines between different units of the
MPS & STP as given below:
Description
Material
Air piping above water level, Return sludge line Epoxy Painted
above water level, Surplus sludge line above
water level
Air piping below water level, Return sludge line SS 304
below water level, Surplus sludge line below
water level
Sludge pump house to Centrifuge
DI K-7 D/F
Filtrate Pipe (Centrifuge to Filtrate sump)
SW pipe
Filtrate sump to Division box
DI K-7 D/F
All interconnecting channels wherever required shall be of RCC M-30 with
PCC M-15 bedding.
ix.

4.0
Delivery Piping of Sludge Pump
The piping system in this unit shall include the delivery pipe connecting
individual pumps with common header pipe of the rising main. All the
pipes, specials like elbows and wyes etc., sluice valves and Non Return
Valve required shall also be included as part of the delivery piping. The
delivery piping shall be flanged DI, K-7 pipe.

x.

4.1
Site office Building (Plinth area 65 Sqm)
The office building shall be provided for the administrative staff of the
treatment plant for carrying out its operation and maintenance jobs. This
building shall have working space for the plant incharge, secretarial staff.
Toilet shall be provided with site office building with one seat and two
urinal as part of office building.
The building shall be a RCC framed structure with brick walls & RCC roof
slab. The internal lighting, internal water supply & sanitation and joinery
shall be done as per the PWD specification. All other building components
/ materials (flooring, doors, windows, plastering etc.) shall be as per PWD
specifications.

xi.

4.2
Operations Buildings
Operations Buildings include Main Electrical Panel (MEP) Room, for the
operational control and management of pumping station & STP.
The Operations building shall be a RCC framed structure with brick walls
& RCC roof slab complete with internal lighting, internal water supply &
sanitation, etc. as per PWD specifications. All other building components /
materials (flooring, doors, windows, plastering etc.) shall be as per PWD
specifications.
4.3

Interconnecting Piping and Valves

All Piping including Valves, Specials and other Appurtenances, Auxiliaries


and Accessories required as per process design and scope of work shall
be provided. In case of Pumping Mains, Thrust Blocks shall be provided
wherever required. In case of Buried Pipes, Warning Tapes of appropriate
colour shall be provided.

xii. 4.4

Open Transformer Yard


An open to sky transformer yard shall be provided near the MEP room. RCC
platform for Transformer, Cable Trench and Flat Brick lined Floor to be
provided for area. Mild Steel gate with GI wire mesh fencing along the yard
shall be provided for the safety reasons. All the mandatory and safety
requirements shall be provided in the yard as per I.E rules and CEIG
approved drawings.

xiii. 4.5

Site Drainage (Storm water)


This shall include the construction of roads and concrete block paved
pathways. An adequate longitudinal and cross gradients shall be provided in
the kerb and channel and the roads for proper drainage of storm water. The
reduced level of internal roads shall be kept in accordance with the approach
road to STP area and formation levels in the plant area.

xiv.

4.6
Painting, Whitewashing and Allied Works
All the units/items/equipment of the buildings/ pump houses /coated
wherever required. All the internal surface of the walls shall be painted with
distemper paint and exterior surface with water proof cement paint, ceiling
with white wash, doors, shutters, windows, grills etc. shall be painted with
synthetic enamel paint as per PWD specification and direction of Engineer in
charge.
The inner concrete surface of all the water retaining structures shall be
painted (two coats) with an approved made bitumen paint.
All the CI pipes & specials and other equipment shall be painted with two
coats of approved make anti corrosive paints.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS /SCOPE : FOR STP


1

MLD

STP

CAPACITY

D.I.PIPE

FROM

EXISTING

SEWER

TO

COLLECTING SUMP
A sewer line of 600 mm dia. is passing on the Narayan Singh Circle
towards Tonk road at an approx. distance of 100.00 meters from
the proposed STP site. Raw sewage is to be trapped from this sewer
line for the plant.
Average Flow
Peak Factor

:
:

15 MLD
3.00

Peak Flow
:
3.0
MLD Bed level of Drain at point no. 3 :
Bidders are advised to verify the distance and levels at their own. Later on if
any discrepancy is found, MCH will not be responsible.
Coarse Screen Channels
Two units of coarse screen channel designed for peak flow of
shall be
provided along with CI sluice gates at upstream ends to regulate the flow.

Adequate RCC Platform shall be provided at the upper level to enable


operation. Railings shall be provided around the entire periphery of the
platform. The entire structure shall be in M25 grade concrete and as per IS

3370. RCC Staircase, 900 mm wide, shall be provided for access from the
ground level to the top of the Unit & to the operating platform.
Particulars
Average Flow
Peak Factor
Peak Flow
Number of Units

15 MLD STP

Approach Velocity at Average Flow


(m/sec)
Velocity through Screen at Average
Flow (m/sec)
Velocity through Screen at Peak Flow
(m/sec)
Min Freeboard
MOC
Flat bar size
Clear spacing of flat bars
Raw Sewage Pumping
Sewage from existing 600mm sewer line shall enter into proposed
sump well of the Raw Sewage Pumping Station after screening.
The Wet Well shall be circular in shape and shall be designed for
an average flow of 1 MLD for STP. The capacity of the sump Well
shall be kept such that the detention time in the sump Well shall
be minimum 5 minutes of peak flow and shall not exceed 30
minutes at average flow. Following criterias shall be considered
to size the Sump Well:
1. Pump of the minimum duty/capacity shall run for at least 5 minutes
considering no inflow.
2. The capacity of the Sump shall be so kept that with any combination of
inflow and pumping, the operating cycle for any Pump shall not be less than
5 minutes.
3. The arrangement of the Pumps shall be as per pump Manufacturers data i.e.
spacing between Pumps, minimum space between Pump and Wall etc.
4. The Side Water Depth (Live Liquid Depth) shall be minimum 2m for 1 MLD
STP. In addition to the above, an additional depression shall be provided to
ensure adequate submergence of the Pumps as per the Manufactures
recommendations.
5. The effective liquid volume shall be provided below the invert level of the
Coarse Screen Channels after provision for a minimum of 0.3 m free fall.
IS: 3370 and IS: 4111 (Part 4) shall be followed for the design and
construction of sump Well.

The Pumps shall be submersible with centrifugal, non-clog type


design. The speed of Pumps shall not be more than 1500 RPM. The

impeller should be of a non-clog design with smooth passage and


solid handling capability of 100 mm.
The Pumps shall have Automatic Coupling Arrangement at
discharge end for removal and a Guide Pipe and Chain in SS 304
shall be provided for removal and lowering of Pumps. Pump shall
run smooth without undue noise and vibration. Vibration shall be
limited as per BS 4675 Part I.
The motors shall be squirrel cage type, suitable for three phase
supply continuous duty with class F insulation. Motors shall have
integral cable parts and the cable entries shall be sealed. Complete
rotor shall be balanced dynamically.
Particulars
Average Flow
Peak Factor
Peak flow
Minimum Retention Time

15 MLD STP

No. of Pumps of Average flow


Type of Pumps
Duty of Pump
Solid passage size through Pumps
Insulation
Protection
The size of the Sump shall be suitable to accommodate the number of
Pumps required for operation with easy maneuverability.
The Pump House shall be suitably sized to house the Electrical cum Control
Panel, space for Spare Parts and Maintenance Area etc. and be complete
with the following accessories:
1. Monorail comprising of I-Girder with chain pulley block with horizontal travel
on the I-Girder.
2. Natural lighting and ventilation.
3. Internal Illumination.
Pumps Configuration
Liquid
Specific gravity
Temperature
Efficiency
Installation
Casing
Impeller
Shaft
Cable gland
Motor Body
Seal cover
Automatic Coupling

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

As mentioned above
Raw Sewage
1.05
Min. 20 C
more than 70%
Fixed
Cast Iron IS 210 Gr. FG
SS - 304
AISI 410
Cast Iron IS 210 Gr. FG
Cast Iron IS 210 Gr. FG
Cast Iron IS 210 Gr. FG
CI

260

260
260
260

Duck foot bend


Guide Pipe
Lifting chain
\Fasteners

:
:
:
:

CI
SS - 304
SS - 304
MS with GI coating

5.3.2
Testing of Pumps at Manufacturers Premises:
1. Hydrostatic Testing: All Pressure Parts of Pumps prior to assembly shall be
subjected to hydrostatic test to the satisfaction of Executive Engineer at 1.5
times the maximum pressure obtained with the delivery valve closed and
suction pressure at maximum or twice the working pressure whichever is
higher for a duration of 10 minutes.
2. Balancing Test: Impeller and Pump Rotating
assembly
shall
be
dynamically balanced.
3. Performance Test: Each Pump shall be tested for full operating range
individually to BS: 5316: Part 2. Test shall be carried out for performance at
rated speed with minimum NPSH as available at site.
4. Pump performance shall be within the tolerance limits specified in BS: 5316:
Part 2.

Intake Chamber
Intake Chamber shall receive raw sewage from the Raw Sewage Pumping
Station. The entire construction shall be in M25 grade concrete and as per IS
3370. Adequate RCC Platform, minimum 900 mm wide, with railing as per
specifications shall be provided. RCC Staircase, 900 mm wide shall be
provided for access from ground level to the top of the Unit & to the
operating platform.
Particulars
Average Flow
Peak Factor
Design flow
Number of Units

15 MLD STP

Detention Period
Min. Free Board
Fine Screen Channels
One Working and one Standby Screens shall be provided in the Fine Screen
Channels. Fine Screen Channels shall be designed for peak flow.
The clear opening for Screen shall be 15 mm for Manual Screen. Manually
operated CI Sluice Gates shall be provided at the upstream and downstream
ends to regulate the flow.
Adequate RCC Platform shall be provided at the upper level to enable
operation. Railings shall be provided around the entire periphery of the
platform. The entire structure shall be in M25 grade concrete and as per IS
3370.

Particulars
Average Flow
Peak Factor
Peak Flow
Number of Units

1 MLD STP
3.0

Approach Velocity at Average Flow


(m/sec)
Velocity through Screen at Average
Flow (m/sec)
Velocity through Screen at Peak Flow
(m/sec)
Min Freeboard
MOC
Manual screen flat bar thickness
Clear spacing between flat bars
Grit Removal Unit

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Two Mechanical Grit Chamber of peak flow capacity shall be provided after
Fine Screen Channels. It shall have the following:
One tapered Inlet Channel running along one side with Deflectors for entry
of sewage into the Grit Chamber. The minimum SWD shall be 0.9 m.
One tapered Outlet Channel for collecting the de-gritted sewage which shall
overflow over a weir into the Outlet Channel.
One sloping Grit Classifying Channel into which the collected grit shall be
classified.
The grit from Classifier shall be collected in a wheeled Trolley.
A grit Scraping Mechanism.
Adjustable Influent Deflectors.
Reciprocating Rake Mechanism to remove the grit.
Organic Return Pumps
CI Sluice Gates shall be provided at the entrance of the Grit Chamber. To
enable easy operation of the Gates, RCC Platform with GI Railing shall be
provided at the upper level. The entire construction shall be in M25 grade
concrete and as per IS 3370.

Particulars
Average Flow
Peak Factor
Peak flow
Number of Units
Type
Size of grit particle
Specific gravity of grit
Maximum Surface Overflow Rate
Freeboards

15MLD STP

Side Water Depth


Flow Measurement

Flow measurement shall be done online using an ultrasonic Flow


Measurement Device. The ultrasonic Flow Transmitter shall be installed on
the common header of Raw Sewage Pumps.
SBR Process with Diffusers and Air Blowers
Process Design

The biological treatment section comprising SBR Process shall be installed


and equipped for average flow of 1 MLD for STP.

The complete system shall be designed for handling peak flow.

Two Basins with adequate volume shall be provided. In addition, 0.5 m free
board shall be provided. Maximum Liquid Depth shall be restricted to 6 m
and shall be 50% peak flow capacity

Cyclic Activated Sludge / SBR Process Basins shall be constructed in M25


grade concrete and as per IS 3370. RCC Staircase, 900 mm wide shall be
provided to access from the ground level to the operating platforms. All
platforms and walkways shall be provided with Hand Railings. Plinth
protection along periphery shall be provided as per technical specifications.

The system shall work on a continuous gravity influent condition. No Influent


/ Effluent Equalization Tank or Flash Filling shall be accepted.

Maximum F/M ratio shall not be more than 0.15.

MLSS maintained in the basin shall range from 2500 to 5000 mg/l.

The Cycle Time of Cyclic Activated Sludge / SBR Process shall be selected
adequately considering min. 12 hrs/day/basin of aeration with preferred
cycle times containing max. 50% not aerated portion.

The excess sludge produced shall be fully digested. Sludge production


(including percipients) rate shall be about 0.4 kg / kg of BOD removed.

No filling during settling or decanting shall be acceptable.

Decanting Device

The Decanting Device shall be Moving Weir Arm Device of Stainless Steel
304 with top mounted Gear Box, Drive or Floating decanters with pneumatic
control device, Scum Guard, Down Comers, Collection Pipe and Bearings.
The following type of Decanter assemblies are not acceptable:
Rope Driven Decanters.
GRP Products.
Valve Arrangement.

The maximum design travel rate shall be 60 mm/min with proven hydraulic
discharge capacity of the decanter proportional to the selected basin area.
There shall be Minimum one Decanter per Basin.

The hydraulic design based on design flow rate as given above shall not
exceed flow speed of 1.3 m/s.

Each Decanter shall be inclusive of local Control Box with manual operation
selection and function buttons and communication to main PLC.

Aeration System
The Aeration Facility shall be installed for 1 MLD STP average flow.
- Minimum Oxygen Transfer Capacity for 1 MLD STP average flow shall be
calculated based on minimum of 1.2 kg O2/kg BOD. Minimum Aeration time
shall be 12 hrs/day.
- Only fine bubble PU Silicon membrane diffusers shall be acceptable with
minimum membrane diffuser to floor coverage area of 8 -10% & every
diffuser should be inbuilt NRV. Diffusers shall be submerged, fine bubble/fine
pore, high transfer efficiency, low maintenance, non-buoyant type. Diffusers
shall be tubular (membrane) type. Material of construction for entire under
water system including accessories shall be of non corrosive. Complete
diffuser as a unit shall be assembled at the manufacturing factory level. The
grid supports shall of adjustable type made of SS 304.
The air blower arrangement shall be capable of handling Total Water Level
and Bottom Water Level operation conditions, controlled by process sensors
such as DO, Temperature and Level.
Blowers
For 1 MLD STP plant one blower of 100% capacity has to be provided.
Blower shall operate via Variable Fixed Derive (VFD) while others may be
operating at a fixed constant speed on soft starter configuration.
-

The blowers for diffuser system shall be positive displacement (Roots) type
and head for blowers shall be decided on the basis of S.O.R. of diffusers and
maximum liquid depth in Basin duly considering the losses governing point
of delivery (diffusers) and the blowers. Blowers shall be complete with motor
and accessories like base frame, anti vibratory pad, silencer, non return
valve, air filter etc. as per requirements. Vibration due to operation of
blowers shall be to avoid damage to structures. Further, blowers shall ensure
that the noise level at 3 m from blowers is below 70 db and acoustic
enclosure shall be provided if required. The Blower Room shall have
sufficient ventilation, lighting and working space.
The blower and air diffuser system shall include PLC and SCADA based
control for operation. The operation and speed of blowers shall be
automatically adjusted using parameters like Oxygen uptake Rate, Dissolved
Oxygen and Temperature, Incoming Flow and Liquid Level in the Basin such
that the DO is supplied as per demand and power utilization for operation of
blowers is optimized.

The main air header shall be in MS as per relevant IS Code, painted with
corrosion resistant paint as per manufacture's recommendations. The header
shall be supported on supports/saddles at suitable intervals or will be
protected against external corrosion in case they are laid below ground. The
header shall have auto valves to facilitate switch over of aeration cycle from
one Basin to other by PLC operation. The header shall supply air to diffuser
grids at various locations through air supply pipes. Air supply pipe above
water level shall be in MS and below water in stainless steel and for grid in
Imported PVC as per relevant standards. All under water lateral pipes shall
be of Imported PVC. All air down comers connecting air pipe to diffuser grid

shall be in SS304. Junction between air header and air supply pipe shall be
suitably protected against corrosion due to dissimilar materials.

All other accessories, whether specified or


not, but
for completeness shall form part of Contractors scope.

required

Specification of Blowers
The Blower s ha l l ha v e 3-lobe rotors & cylinder housing with pre-inlet
channels to reduce sound emissions through pulsation cancellation. The
cylinder, end plates and covers are made of EN-GJL-200.
Cooling: Conventional air cooling via the housing surface is adequate
Lubrication: Bearings and Timing gears are splash lubricated
Sealing: The conveying chamber (cylinder) is sealed from the gear
case and the front cover by piston ring labyrinth seals. These seals have
a central, neutral chamber which is open to the atm.
Timing Gears: The helical timing gears are hardened and ground. They
are fitted to the shafts by the oil expanded taper method
Air Flow Path: Top to Bottom with air inlet on cool side of the

unit

Base Frame / Discharge Silencer


The base of the tri lobe Blower unit is also the discharge silencer in which
the sound level is reduced by diverting the air flow. This assembly contains
no absorption material and is wear resistant. It has been designed to
produce constant noise reduction over the total speed range of the blower
fitted to it. It is a distortion free chamber made of steel and corresponds to
pressure equipment directive PED 97/23/EC. Additional silencers are not
required under normal use. The ancillary items used to make up the
complete blower unit are all mounted on the discharge silencer/ base
assembly. The pressure gauge to indicate the discharge pressure is mounted
on the base frame.
Inlet Filter and Silencer:
The intake system is constructed as a combination of inlet silencer and inlet
air filter. The parts are contained in a combined housing which is directly
mounted to the blower intake flange. The weather proof housing is
designed to allow the filter element to be easily changed. An indicator to
monitor the inlet filter condition is also included.
The Drive System:
The drive system consists of the 3 phase, EFF1 2 pole motor and the
heavy duty narrow V-Belt drive. The drive motor is mounted on a hinged
motor plate. This configurations means that the belt drive is always at its
optimum tension and the tension is retained automatically because of
the weight of the motor. This ensures that the drive efficiency
is
maintained at 97-98% throughout its life. The Belt guard is provided as
standard in models without the acoustic hood.

a)

Connecting Housing:
The Connecting housing helps in integrating the following into the blower
unit
Vertically mounted Pressure relief Valve (acc. to PED 97/23/EC)
b) Integrated Non return Valve (Flap type)

c)

Flexible hose and clamps thus no flanged connection is required

d)

Startup unloading valve (optional required for Start-Delta starting of


motor)

Anti-Vibration Pads:
Anti-vibration mountings are supplied as standard along with each blower
unit. Hence no separate or special foundation is required thereby reducing
installation cost for this blower
SPECIFICATIONS FOR FINE BUBBLE DIFFUSERS
Air diffusers for aeration system consist of porous membrane of silicone based
rubber with maximum 64 mm diameter size. Diffusers should be tubular and
non-buoyant type. Membrane design should permit membrane collapse to
eliminate the gap between support tubes during non operation period. During a
power shutdown at the sewage treatment plant the membrane will contract and
close around the PP support pipe to prevent any back flow. Diffuser is fully
supported over the length and circumference on single piece polypropylene (PP)
support tube of minimum 5mm thick to hold the membrane in position. No
drilled holes on the support tube are permitted and embedded opening on the
support tube is desired. Support tube will be covered with Rubber Membrane of
high quality Silicone based and treated with anti-microbial property. Membrane
shall not be loose fitting on the support tube and recommended of 67mm OD.
Air opening on the membrane should be 1 mm with staggered perforation.
Diffuser body shall contain embedded NRV (non-return valve) to safeguard the
air diffuser manifold by entering sludge during rupture of membrane for any
reason. Entire diffuser assembly should be manufactured at original factory level
and no site assembly is permitted. Diffuser assembly shall have an in-built
connector assembly to fix it on the air header. No nipple arrangement on the air
header for fixing the air diffuser is permitted.
The aeration system shall be designed for calculated oxygen requirement in to
the total volume of wastewater in the aerobic tanks by energy efficiency type of
aeration system having a durable life period. The total number of diffuser
modules and the spacing to be provided for the diffuser shall be such that to
prevent pockets of solids build up in the aerobic tank. The common header and
branch pipes shall be PVC / HDPE of minimum 10kg pressure. Orifice type flow
meter shall be provided on the each air pipes for aerobic tanks. Each branch
pipe shall be provided with an air non return valve and one control valve of
suitable size followed by air flow meter. Pipe clamps, pipe fasteners to raft slab
if any to be fixed shall be of stainless steel SS304. Air pipes within and outside
aerobic tanks have to be properly anchored by anchor blocks at all bends, tees
and other spaces, suspenders etc. should be good quality. A care in the design
of piping should be taken so that the pipe will withstand the higher temperature
because of continuous movement of hot air inside the pipe.
WARANTEE:
The Contractor shall provide five years warrantee. During warrantee period the
diffuser
Membrane modules shall be replaced free of cost if found defective. Minimum
5% number of total membranes shall be supplied as spare for replacement in
sealed protective covers.
Return Activated Sludge (RAS) and Surplus Activated Sludge (SAS)
Pumps

Dedicated Return Activated Sludge (RAS) and Surplus Activated Sludge (SAS)
Pumps shall be provided. The pump shall be of submersible / horizontal
centrifugal type suitable for handling biological sludge of 1 2% solids

consistency. Capacity and heads shall be decided based on SBR/Cyclic Activated


Sludge Process requirements. Each SBR/Cyclic Activated Sludge Process Basin
shall be provided with suitable lifting arrangements to facilitate lifting of pump,
if required for maintenance.
a.

b.

Return Activated Sludge (RAS) Pumps


Pumps Capacity and Head
:
As per Process requirements
Type
Liquid
consistency
Specific Gravity

:
:

Submersible / Horizontal Centrifugal


Bio-sludge of 1

2%
solids

1.05

Solid Size

100 mm (Maximum)

Temperature

Min. 20 C

Efficiency

more than 60%

Installation

Fixed

Quantity

1 No. per Basin

Surplus Activated Sludge (SAS) Pumps


Pumps Capacity and Head
:
As per Process requirements
Type
Liquid
consistency
Specific Gravity
Solid Size

:
:

Submersible / Horizontal Centrifugal


Bio-sludge of 1
2%
solids

:
:

1.05
100 mm (Maximum)

Temperature

Min. 20 C

Efficiency
Installation

:
:

more than 60%


Fixed

Quantity

1 No. per Basin

Automation and Control

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.

PLC based Automation System with application software based on Rockwell


hardware or equal to control all Pumps, Blowers, Sluice Gates, Valves, VFD,
Decanters, Limit Switches and Probes as per Bidders design including I/Os with
20 % Spares, Power Supplies, UPS.
HMI Panel to comprise up-to-date standard PC, Printer, Internet Connection, RSView, RS-Links (Gateway Version), Process and Operator Software with Dynamic
Flow Charts, Pictures, Screens, Alarms, Historical Trends, Reports etc. SACDA
based Automation System to monitor continuously the following:
Filling Volume
Filling Quantity
Discharge Quantity
DO Level
Temperature
Oxygen Uptake Rate
Blower Speed
Decanter Speed
BOD level
Sludge Sump and Pump House
Sludge Sump shall be provided to collect the excess sludge from SBR Process
Basins.

Sludge Sump shall be constructed as per IS 3370.


Above/Adjacent to Sludge Sump, there shall be a Pump House. This shall be
RCC frame and brick masonry structure. Minimum height of the Pump House
shall be 4.5 m from the plinth level. It shall be provided with Rolling Shutter,

Doors and Windows as per technical specifications. Hoist of suitable size shall be
provided in the Pump House to lift the pump assembly.
Pump House shall be plastered inside and outside as per Tender specifications
painted with approved color and make as directed by Engineer.
Number of Units
:
1
Free Board
Retention time

:
:

0.5 m
4 hrs

All other accessories, whether specified or not, but required for complete shall
form part of Contractors scope.
Sludge Pumps
Sludge Pumps shall be provided in Sludge Pump House to feed Sludge to
Mechanical Dewatering Device. The pump shall be of screw type suitable for
handling sludge of 1-2% solids consistency.
Type
:
Screw
Liquid
:
Bio Sludge of 1-2% solids consistency
Specific Gravity

1.05

Solid Size

65 mm (Maximum)

Temperature

Min. 20 C

Efficiency

More than 30%

Installation

Fixed

Quantity

2 Nos. (1W + 1S)

Stainless steel air line of 20 mm dia shall be provided from Air blower of
Aeration tank.
All other accessories, whether specified or not, but required for complete shall
form part of Contractors scope.
7.5.1 Clear water Pump at Pump House
Pumps shall be installed in the pump house(1W+1S) to pump the treated effluent
collected in the clear water tank for horticulture work of duty condition 30.00
mtr head and average discharge of 10.00 lps or as approved by Engineer in
charge.
7.6
Mechanical Dewatering Unit
7.6.1A Specification of Multi-Diskplate Screw Press type centrifuge
Multi-Diskplate Screw Press shall have a flow control tank to fix sludge flow and
a water level adjuster to return the excess amount of sludge when necessary.
Multi-Diskplate Screw Press shall have a flocculation tank(s) to mix sludge with
polymer to separate solids and liquid. Sludge feed pump and polymer feed
pump shall be interlocked with the equipment. The main body of Multi-Diskplate
Screw Press shall have a drum being composed of accumulated rings and a
screw going through inside the drum. Solids and liquid shall be separated by the
pressure caused by the screw. Filtrated water shall be discharged from the first
part of the drum, from the gaps between the accumulated rings. The
accumulated rings shall be sorted into two types; moving rings and fixed rings.
The internal diameter of the moving rings shall be smaller than the diameter of
the screw so that the screw shall push the internal edges of the moving rings.
The moving rings move continuously in the gaps between the fixed rings when
the screw rotates, which shall clean the gaps and prevent clogging. The
separated solids shall be discharged from the end of the drum. Multi-Diskplate
Screw Press shall dewater directly thin sludge with its concentration at 0.2% at
minimum, discharge sludge cake with its solids content at 15% at minimum and

catch 90% solids fed. The main material of Multi-Diskplate Screw Press shall be
SS304. The noise caused by Multi-Diskplate Screw Press shall be 65dB and the
vibration caused by Multi-Diskplate shall be 50dB.

Centrifuge shall be installed over a 50 mm thick concrete platform with 1:1.5:3


CC over 100 mm thick 1:4:8 CC. A shed over the platform shall be provided
with CGI roof shelting.
OR
B The Mechanical Dewatering Unit shall be Solid Bowl Centrifuge
designed so as to give a 100% trouble free operation at all
times.

The Dewatering System shall be so located that the dewatered sludge can
be loaded into Trolleys / Drums / Bins directly. Preferably the Dewatering
Unit shall be so located that the dewatered sludge falls into the Containers/
Bins without requirement of another Material Handling Unit.

The dewatered sludge shall be truckable & be suitable for disposal by open
body Truck and shall have minimum solid concentration of 20% or more
(measured as dry solids w/w basis).
The Centrifuge Building shall be G (Stilt) + 1 type RCC Frame Brick Masonry
structure. The First Floor shall house Centrifuges. The configuration shall be
such that the wet cake discharge shall be discharged through single central
Chute to the parked Trailer/Lorry below.
The Centrifuge shall be solid bowl type of co-current/counter current design.
The Centrifuge shall have sufficient clarifying length so that separation of
solids is effective. The Centrifuge and its Accessories shall be mounted on a
common base frame so that entire assembly can be installed on an elevated
structure.
Suitable drive with V-Belt arrangement and Turbo Coupling shall be provided
along with Overload Protection Device. Centrifuge shall have SS 304 wetted
parts.
Differential Speed and Bowl Speed shall be adjusted by changing the
Pulleys. Differential speed may be adjustable by use of epicyclical gear. The
Bowl shall be protected with flexible connections so that vibrations are not
transmitted to other Equipments. The base frame shall be MS epoxy painted
and provided with Anti Vibration Pads. All steps necessary to prevent
transmission of structure borne noise shall be taken. The drive Motor shall
be of 1450 RPM. The noise level shall be 85 dB (A) measured at 1 m
distance under dry run. The vibration level shall be below 50 micron
measured at pillow blocks under dry run condition. Adequate sound proofing
shall be carried out for housing the Centrifuges to ensure that the noise level
at 5 m distance from the enclosure is less than 75 dB (A).
An Electrical Hoist with Trolley shall be provided above for maintenance
purpose.
Number of Centrifuges
: 2 Nos. (1 Working + 1 Standby)
Type
: Horizontal

Capacity
3
m /hr.

: As per design but not less than 3

Mixing arrangement of Polyelectrolyte and Sludge


: Online
mixing Sludge cake consistency
: not less than 20%

OR
The drum thickner belt-type filter press mono-block machine is a comprehensive
sludge thickening and dewatering equipment c/w integral sludge conditioner, drum
thickener and belt-type filter press machine.
C
i)

Working Principle
Sludge Thickner
Normally the sludge is further concentrated by a gravity thickener to about 3%
solid content before being pumped to the belt press for dewatering.

ii)

Sludge Conditioning
Polymer is injected into the thickened sludge in order to make larger flocs of
sludge. The type of polymer to be used depends on the nature of the sludge.

iii)

Rotary thickener
The conditioned sludge is first fed to the rotary thickener of the belt press. The
purpose of the rotary thickener is to remove excessive free water quickly to
facilitate the further thickening of the sludge.

iv)

Gravity Dewatering Zone


After existing the rotary thickener sludge will reach the gravity dewatering zone,
which allows initial dewatering by gravity.

v)

Wedge Pressure Zone


After the gravity dewatering zone, sludge is gradually carried into wedgs press
dewatering zone and pressed into wedge-shape between two belts.

vi)

High Pressure Dewatering Zone


The partially dewatered sludge then enters into the high pressure dewatering
zone, where a number of S-type rollers from the sludge cake by applying high
pressure between the belts.

vii)

Sludge Cake
The dewatered sludge normally has a water content of between 68-86%,
depending on the type and nature of the sludge.

viii)

Pneumatic System
Sludge thickening and dewatering machine is equipped with a pneumatic system
(excluding air compressor). The system can regulate the tension and correct the
off-tracking of the belt. The tension and offset are controlled by two separate
tubing systems, with individual air pressure reading and adjustment for each
system.
The tension of the belt is constant and will not change with the feed-in sludge.
Pneumatic system can show the belt tension. All the appurtenant components of
pneumatic system such as pressure gauge, reducing valve and isolation valves
are made of stainless steel for long service life.

ix)

Cleaning system

Both the upper and lower belt has a set of cleaning device; filtered water is used
as wash water. The belt is continuously cleaned by water jet from the cleaning

device. A pressure gauge is provided to show the pressure of the flow. Spray
nozzles are easy to change.
Model
Belt effective width (mm)
Drum diameter (mm)
Belt speed (m/m)
Mixer Rated power (HP)
Drum thickener rated power (HP)
Belt-type filter press machine rated
power (HP)
Cleaning water pressure (Bar)
3
Cleaning water amount (m /h)
3
Nominal treatment capacity (m /hr)

For 15 MLD

Size (LWH mm)


Weight (kg)
Major Performance Parameters
Feed Sludge Characteristics
1 Feed-in nature
Municipal sludge and industrial sludge
2 Feed-in moisture content
System Performance
1 Cake moisture content
2 Solid recovery rate
3 Noise Level
4 Polymer Dosage
Polyelectrolyte Dosing System
The Polyelectrolyte will be dosed online at the Centrifuge inlet. Minimum dosage
of Polyelectrolyte shall be 1.2 - 1.5 kg/T of dry solids in sludge at 0.1% solution
strength. There shall be two Polyelectrolyte Dosing Tanks each suitable for
minimum 8 hrs of operation. Each Polyelectrolyte Dosing Tanks shall be
equipped with slow speed Mixer (100 RPM) to prepare Polyelectrolyte solution.
The solution will be fed using positive displacement type Dosing Pumps. There
shall be dedicated Dosing Pumps to each Centrifuge with one common standby.
The pumps shall be interlocked with Centrifuges so that it can only be running in
auto when Centrifuge is on and should shut down when Centrifuge stops.
Interconnecting Piping and Valves
All interconnecting Piping, Valves, Specials, Auxiliaries and Accessories shall be
required as per process design and scope of work.
In case of pumping mains, thrust blocks shall be provided wherever required. In
case of buried pipes, warning tapes of the appropriate colours shall be provided.
The material for major interconnecting piping shall be as follows:
Sr.
No.

From

to

Discharge Piping of Raw


Sewage Transfer Pumps

DI K-7 CIDF Class B

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Material and class

Rising Main from Raw


Sewage Transfer Pumps
Air Blowers Discharge
Piping
Air Blowers Discharge
Piping: Common
Discharge Header
Air down comer Pipes to
Air grid

Intake chamber

MS Epoxy Painted
SBR Basins

MS Epoxy Painted
SS304

Air Grid Piping in SBR


Basins
SBR Basins
Disinfection Tank
All Sludge Pipes in SBR
Basins
All Sludge Pipes in Sludge
Dewatering System

DI K-7 D/F IS:8329

Disinfection Tank
Final Disposal Point

Imported PVC of
George Fischer make /
Equivalent
HDPE
HDPE
DI K-7 D/F IS:8329
DI K-7 D/F IS:8329

H.T. Panel Board for External Power Supply (from State Electricity
Board):
11/0.415 KV Sub-station for power supply shall be provided considering the
load for Pumping Station and STP.
HT power supply 11 KV, 3 Phase, 50 Hz shall be provided by the Employer at
one point within battery limit.
Power Required
Power required at STP site.

Power requirement shown above is tentative bidder has to calculate power


requirement at various locations and accordingly the provision shall be made.
Plant Utilities
Storm Water Drainage
The Storm Water Drainage adjacent to the proposed approach road shall be
sized for rainfall intensity of 80 mm/hr, allowing for 100% runoff. Drains shall
be in form of channels in brickwork and covered with RCC perforated gratings.
The Storm Water Drainage System shall be connected to the nearby Nalla or
Channel of city network
Pathways
Paved pedestrian access ways (Pathways) shall be constructed to network of
logical routes interlinking entire plant areas and road. Minimum width of
pathways shall be 1.5 m. Pathways shall be in colored concrete factory made
interlocking blocks. Damage to any existing roads, on account of their use by
the Contractor shall be made good to the satisfaction of the OWNER.

Disposal of Dewatered Sludge and Final Effluent:


Treated effluent from 15 MLD STP will be disposed off back into Kartarpura Nalla
at downstream of Point No. 1.

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Dewatered sludge shall be the property of MCH. However, the contractor shall
be responsible for disposal of sludge within 12 km. from treatment site. As per
direction of Engineer in charge the contractor may sale off the sludge but at the
discretion of MCH.

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Domestic Waste Pumping Station (Electrical & Mechanical


works) GENERAL:This specification covers the design, manufacture, testing at manufactures
works, delivery on site, complete erection, final check up, painting, testing and
commissioning of Non clog sewage submersible pumping plants, mechanical
screen with conveyer belt, sluice gate to be installed at the inlet and outlet of
screens, in the partition wall of sump, switch gears and associated accessories,
such as valves delivery piping and specials to the terminal point, electrical
equipment, cabling etc, to be supplied under this specification on turnkey basis
to achieve a guaranteed co-ordinated commercial operation of the same to the
entire satisfaction of MCH.
Any type of work, either supply and / or erection of material / equipment which
have not been specifically mentioned in the specification, but are necessary to
complete the work for trouble free and efficient operation and guaranteed
performance of the entire plant, system, equipment offered shall be deemed as
included within the scope of this specification and shall be provided by tenderer
without any extra price to purchaser.
Brief details of works proposed to be carried out against this contract, supply,
installation, commissioning, testing and maintenance of various tentative
electrical and mechanical equipments and other miscellaneous items as detailed
below:-

Mechanical Equipments For 15 MLD


STP:- Pumps:
Non clog submersible sewage pumping plant
Particular
Capacity: -

1 MLD STP
As
per
design
requirement

No. of pumps to be installed


MAIN PIPING & VALVES:
Delivery pipes arrangement for individual delivery consisting of suitable size of
sluice valves, reflux valves, dismantling joints, C.I.D.F Specials, C.I.D.F. radial
Tees etc., to be connected with common header including jointing materials
etc, complete in all respect
Common header consisting of required Nos. radial/inclined C.I.D.F. tee and
C.I.D.F. Pipes, C.I.D.F bends with required pipes and specials for proper
disposal of sewage before and after the flow meter.
All required support for piping and valves.
i

Monorail consisting of traveling trolley to install pumping plants and


machinery with chain pulley block along with all accessories complete in all
respect without girders.

ii

Direct on line electro-magnetic flow measuring device for measuring discharge.

iii

All necessary nuts bolts- sleeves, insert, plates, supports etc. iv


cleaning, protection and final painting for all equipments. v

Special
Initial

filling of oil, lubricants, grease etc., for all equipments.


vi

Details of required spare parts for pumping plants and other equipment have
to be specified for three years trouble free operation and maintenance of all
equipment. Details of the spares required along with their item wise rates
should also be quoted by the firm.

vii

One complete set of recommended special tools and tackles etc., for erection
and regular operation and maintenance of the equipment giving item wise
rates separately. (As per list enclosed)

viii

Civil works such as construction of foundation, cable trenches, making holes


etc. required for all electrical and mechanical equipment at pumping station
shall be carried out. Lay out drawing giving the dimension and other technical
details for all electrical and mechanical equipment, cable trenches, holes etc.
shall be furnished by the Contractor well in advance for approval, so that the
progress of the construction work of building work may not suffer due to want
of these details.
SERVICE TO BE PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACTORS:

i
ii

iii
iv
v

vi
vii

viii

The contractor shall take the responsibility for all the testing and inspection at
manufactures works to be conducted in manner as specified in this specification,
Transportation of all equipment,. Packing for transporting in the specified way
from the manufactures works to the project site inclusive of all intermediate
handling.
Unloading of equipment and other materials from truck at site, transporting and
proper stacking in covered store at site under security.
Opening of packages, checking, tallying out and inspection of equipment
received at the site and lodging of insurance claims including watch & ward.
Taking delivery of equipment/materials from stores / transportation at site and
arrange for proper storage of equipment / material in approved way, pending
erection.
Erection, inspection, testing, start-up and running of the equipment and
complete plant at rated capacity and specification.
Furnishing, all erection and commissioning supervision service. The contractor
shall also arrange for maintenance of equipment during commissioning and trial
period.
The contractor shall also arrange technical experts of equipments from
proprietary supplier as and when felt necessary until the commissioning and test
and trial run of the plant is completed.
POWER SUPPLY:
The power supply should be 0.440 KV at one point for this work. The drive
motors and related switchgears would be rated at 0.415 K.V.
DRAWINGS AND DATA TO BE FURNISHED WITH OFFER:

The tenderer shall furnish the technical information as per the schedule of
technical particulars annexed herewith. Following drawing and information shall
be furnished separately along with the offer.
i
ii

iii
iv
v
vi

Complete lay out showing of major equipment in the pumping station.


Characteristic curves for pumps for sole operation over entire range of head,
indicating variation of head, efficiency, and power requirement against
discharge.
Parallel operation curves of pumps showing 4 pumps running at a time,
minimum submergence level of pumps.
Cross sectional drawing of all major component such as pump set.
A comprehensive write up covering proposed method of erection and
dismantling of equipment.
Any other drawings and information to elaborate the technical aspects of
equipment offered.
DRAWINGS AND DATA TO BE FURNISHED BY SUCCESSFUL TENDERER:
Shop drawing shall be submitted by the successful tenderer to the Engineer as
called for, including but not restricted to, working drawings for mechanical
equipment, electrical work, wiring diagram, cable arrangement and drawings for
other work for which the Engineers approval is required. Test certificate for
various components as called for in the specification shall be furnished. Pipe
routing details drawings and fabrication details drawings shall be submitted by
successful tender for Engineers approval.
Over all dimensions of pump sets.
Details of pump sets.
Dimensional details of valves from manufacturer along with metallurgy.
Layout of pump discharges piping.
Layout of Electrical equipment & cabling.
Layout drawing of panel room in which panel, five starters, two no. DG
set panels may be accommodated.
Tentative layout drawing of installation of 5 nos. pumping plant in the
dimension of sump.
SUBMERSIBLE TYPE NON CLOG SUBMERSIBLE PUMP SET:
7.15.1Scope:
This specification covers the design, performance, manufacturer construction
features, testing and delivery to site of submersible sewage non-clog pump set.

Code & Standards:


The design, manufacture and performance of pumps shall conform to the latest
applicable to all currently standards matching the service requirement. Nothing
in this specification shall release the Contractor of his responsibility.
Specification:
It shall be of single stage mono block type with non clog design. It should be
suitable for pumping all kinds of sewage containing long fibre, plastics, solid
admixes, sludges, etc.

Impeller for sewage pump should be single vane/double vane without front
shroud and wearing ring to avoid jamming and consequent over loading of the
pump due to built up of plastics between impeller and wearing ring.
The pumps should be able to pass through soft solids upto 100 mm and
capable of dealing with the sewage with specific gravity of 1.05. The pump
should be fitted with special tearing system on the suction side for tearing solid
material, viz, long fibre textile, cotton and plastics, which would otherwise cause
clogging of the pump.
Maintenance free antifriction deep grease ball bearing with permanent
grease packed should take care of all the axial and radial forces at any point of
operation. Profile gasket should be provided in pump casing so as to avoid metal
contract between pump and specially designed duck foot bend to ensure leak
proof joint with the guide wire / pipe.
The motor should be dry, squirrel cage type, three phase submersible
motor for continuous duty with class F insulation rising to class B. Winding of
the motor should be impregnated by resin in order to achieve required thermal
with standing capacity. Motor should have integral cable part and cable entry
should be sealed. There should be thermal protection against over-heating of
motor winding. The motor should be designed for non-over-loading
characteristic. Motor should be sealed against entry of pump liquid in the motor
by using mechanical seal. Moisture sensor tripping unit should be located inside
the motor chamber.
The casing of the pump set should be of 2.5% Ni cast Iron construction
and the impeller should be made of stainless steel CF8M. The pump set shall be
supplied along with the special duck foot bend flanged elbow, SS410 lifting
chain with shackles, enough guide wire/pipe, sufficient tough rubber, sheathed
whether proof cable foundation bolts and nuts complete.
The cable must be explosion and leak tight in respect of liquids and
firmly attached to the terminal box. The cable should be laid from the starter
control panel upto the well along the delivery alignment.
The weight of revolving parts of the pumps including un-balanced
hydraulic thrust of the impellers shall be carried out by thrust bearing provided
in each pump assembly.
DESIGN FEATURE:
The pump shall be capable of developing the required total head at rated
capacity for continuous operation. It should be so selected that there should not
be any substantial difference in efficiency for the highest level of liquid in the
sump.
Pumps of a particular category shall be identical and shall be suitable for parallel
operation. Components of the identical pumps shall be inter-changeable.
The total head capacity curve shall be continuously rising towards shut-off with
the highest at shut-off.
K.W. rating of the motors or the prime mover (including power factor) shall not
be less than the larger of the following:
(a)
(b)

10% higher than the require K.W. to drive the impeller through the
entire range of head capacity curve.
15% higher than require at rated duty point.

CONSTRUCTION:
7.17.1GENERAL

PUMP CASING:
It shall be of 2.5% Ni. C.I. and conforming to relevant I.S. with hardness of
250-270 B.H.N. The internal surfaces shall be free from rough spots and must
have central line discharge.
INTERMEDIATE OIL CHAMBER AND MECHANICAL SEAL:
Intermediate oil chamber should separate the motor unit from pump unit and
should be filled with non-condense oil. Mechanical seal should be provided one
between oil chamber and motor. The purpose of the lower seal should be to
prevent the entry of the pumped liquid it to the oil chamber and the function of
the upper seal to prevent the entry of oil from the chamber to the motor.
HYDRAULIC UNIT AND MOISTURE SENSOR:
Necessary in built safety device should be incorporated within the pump itself
which shall give timely warning of the impending failure of the mechanical seals,
therefore seal monitor system should be installed in the pump. Moisture sensor
shall be provided in the oil chamber to detect failure of mechanical seal.
IMPELLERS:
The impeller shall be made of stainless steel CF8M grade. The impeller shall be
properly balanced dynamically as well as statically. The impeller shall be
properly machined for liquid passage. The pump shall be designed to take care
of the additional thrust produced and handling solids upto 100mm dia.
Impellers shall be securely fastened direct to the extended shaft of motor with
keys, taper housings of lock nuts.
IMPELLER SHAFT/ EXTENDED MOTOR SHAFT
The impeller shaft shall be made of stainless steel containing minimum 12%
chromium stain less steel and having Brinell hardness not less than 200. It shall
have a surface finish between 0.75 microns or less.
The shaft shall be straight within 0.125 mm for 3 meter length total dial
indicator reading. The maximum permissible error in the axial alignment of the
shaft axis with the axis be 0.05 in 150 mm.
BEARING:
Bearing shall be of antifriction type. The bearing shall be able to take normal
axial thrust loads due to balanced hydraulic loads on the impellers plus weight
of rotating parts of pumps. Pumps shall be designed with a minimum 40,000
hours run. The bearing shall be grease lubricated for life and shall be
maintenance free.
GUIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY:
It will have C.I. pedestal, bracket, delivery duck foot bend. SS410 Guide rail
pipe, upper guide rail holder complete. The pedestal and bracket shall provide
automatic coupling between pump delivery and discharge bend.
MECHANICAL SEALS:

Double mechanical seals of approved make and type shall be provided to


prevent pumped liquid entering into the motor winding. The seals shall be
running in a oil bath. The oil bath shall have moisture sensor to senser water
leakage. The sensor will be for tripping the pump and also for alarm.
LIFTING CHAIN:
Pumps shall be provided with SS410 Steel lifting chains of suitable capacity. One
end of the chain shall be adhered to the pump and the other end fixed near the
upper bracket for guide rail/wire rope assembly by the means of SS410 DShekle. The chain shall comprise of 100 mm dia. SS rings fixed at an interval
about 1 mtr. for engaging the hook of chain pulley.
RISER PIPE (C.I.):
The standard lengths of C. I. riser pipe shall be 1.00 meter, 1.5 meters, 2.5
meters or 3 meters. No part in the column pipe such as the flange outside
diameter shall exceed the bowl outside diameter.
DELIVERY PIPING:

The delivery C.I. piping shall commence from 90 discharge duck foot bend
outlet to the start of rising main. The piping shall be inclusive of detachable/
dismantling joints as per the following: The pipes shall generally conform to class B IS:1536 and pipe: fitting shall
conform to IS: 1538.
The material of pipes and fittings shall be of good gray cast iron confirming to
IS: 210 grade PG -200.
The pipes shall be uniform bore and straight in axial length. Double flanged
pipes shall be within a tolerance of 1.5 mm.
The C.I. Pipes and fittings shall be able to withstand double the working
pressure or 1.5 times the pressure at shut off head whichever is greater for 5
minutes and a certificate to this effect will be submitted along with the material
before payment.
Dismantling joints shall be of cast iron with suitable ring.
Hydrostatic test pressure shall be as per IS:1538.
Diameter of column pipe shall be as per actual requirement i.e. as per enclosed
layout drawing.
PERFORMANCE TEST:
To be carried out with the respective motors to be installed with the pump.
STANDARD RUNNING TEST:
Bowl assemblies shall be given running test over the full operating range,
covering runout head to the shut off head. A minimum of five readings shall be
taken plotting the performance curves.
Tests shall be conducted with the actual liquid handled if feasible, if not, the
performance can be determined based on running test with clear water.
Impeller shall be dynamically balanced at the operating speed.
Necessary test certificates of the above tests shall be furnished for the
purchaser approval.

VISUAL INSPECTION:

Pump shall be offered for the purchasers visual inspection before the dispatch.
After the inspection, test certificates shall be furnished.
MATERIAL TEST CERTIFICATES:
Material used for fabrication of pump components shall be of tested quality. All
the materials shall be tested as per relevant standards and the necessary test
certificates shall be furnished for the purchasers approval.
FIELD TEST:
After the installation, pumping plants offered shall be subjected to testing at
field also by purchaser. If the performance at field is found not to meet the
requirement, then the defect of equipment shall be rectified and/or replaced by
supplier as per conditions of the agreement.
NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING:
Pump components may be subjected to non-destructive testing
TESTING OF PUMPING PLANTS:
The contractor shall state in the tables attached with tender documents the
efficiencies and duties of the pumping plants when working at specified
conditions of the pumping and the guaranteed performance in K.W. hour input
per water horse power output under various conditions of working. The
guaranteed performances are also to be specified under following conditions i.e.
variation in head discharge and power consumption in the following cases:
When available voltage decreases from 415 volts to 380 volts or increases from
415 volts to 440 volts.
When there is fluctuation of 3% in the frequency of the AC power supply from
50 C/S.
When there is above change in voltage and frequency of the AC power supply
simultaneously.
The official tests shall be conducted in two stages. Preliminary tests may be
conducted at the manufacturers works. The final tests shall be conducted at
site. Pumps shall be run so as to obtain the range of heads specified in the
performance tables by means of throttling or opening valves of the pumping
mains and tests results will be compared with those guaranteed by averaging
the units consumption per water horse power hour.
The guaranteed figures stated above shall be subjected to no tolerance and the
average results shall be obtained during official test of plant. If the results lack
average guaranteed figures the contractor shall forfeit followings ascertained
damages relating to each set installed.
If BOT unit (KWI) per WHP, the consumption is above the average guaranteed
figure under the specified Q and H, the liquidated damages will be recovered as
the capitalized cost of the Extra Energy Consumption during the useful life span
15 years of the pumping set. The liquidated damages shall be calculated as
below:Cost of extra power consumption to be recovered shall be equal to =Cost of
extra power per annum X capitalization factor for 15 years at an interest rate of
9%.

No damage will however, be recovered if the consumption is less than 0.05 BOT
units per WHP above the guaranteed.

If on testing the discharge of pumps is found to be within the permissible limit


of 4% then the pumping plant will be accepted without imposing any penalty.
If discharge is less by 5% to 10% then pro rate deduction @ 1% of the cost of
pump and motor for less percentage of discharge shall be made and further if
the discharge is less than 10%, plant will be rejected.
It may be noted very carefully that no privilege shall be given to any offer for
evaluation purposes considering the efficiency of the pump. Better efficiency
pump however shall be preferred. For evaluation purpose pump efficiency shall
be considered as 75% but the pump will be tested on the efficiency quoted by
the firm.
The pump efficiency offered below the efficiency quoted shall be considered for
evaluation as follows:
(i)
Electric charges shall be based on 20 hours of operation per day for 15
years at the prevailing rate of Electric Charges.
(ii)
All future costs of yearly power consumption will be capitalized to present
value at capitalization factor @ 9% interest.
The tenderers shall have to consider the condition of pumps being run at shut
off head under the pump duty variation condition as narrated above. The
tenderer should ensure selection of pumps considering shut off head at least
25% more than the duty head. However the motor should be selected as per
tender specification and scope of work defined. The possibilities of change of
duty point of each pump in parallel operation can not be ruled out under such
condition tenderer should select the pump carefully.
Penalty for delay in supply and installation @0.25% per day of the total cost of
balance work subject to a maximum of 10%.
The minimum pump efficiency as 78% and motor efficiency 90% shall be
considered but for better efficiency no extra advantage will be given. The Pump
will be tested for quoted efficiency of pump & Motor.
DRAWINGS
The following drawings shall be submitted by the tenderer along with their proposal.
Preliminary outline dimensional drawing details
foundations, clearances, minimum submergence etc.

of

pump,

NAME PLATE:
Pump shall be provided with name plate indicating the following details:Rated Capacity
Total head,
Speed ..RPM
Test pressure.
Model Number
Manufacturers serial Number
Weight of equipment
Tag number
SUBMERSIBLE NON-CLOG PUMP SET: DATA SHEET:
Total duration of operation

Speed
Submergence required
standard Location

:
:
:

Continuous
.. RPM (Synchronous)
As per Hydraulic design
Inside sump well

motor,

civil

LIQUID DATA:

Liquid handled

Sewage

Specific gravity

1.05

Hydro static test


Pump casing
Performance test
Standard running test
Field test
Static balance test

:
:
:
:

Yes
Yes to be witnessed
Yes to be witnessed
do

Dynamic balance test

do

Visual inspection check

do

TESTING REQUIRED:

GUARANTEED PERFORMANCE:
The guaranteed performance figure & other details are to be submitted on the Performa as
mentioned below:Sl. No. Description
1

Make
Model
Discharge in LPS
Total head in M.
W.H.P. at total head
Pump efficiency
H.P. Input to pump
Motor efficiency
H.P. input in Motor
K.W.I. to Motor

(a)
(b)
(c)

K.W.I. / W.H.P. at Total Head.


Motor H.P.
Overall efficiency
Speed in R.P.M.
Specific Speed
Shut off head in Mts.
Impeller diameter in mm.
Details of riser pipe:Riser pipe size
Thickness of riser pipe as per ISS 1538
Type of pipe - CIDF

CONSTRUCTION FEATURES:
Pump manufacturer name.
Type of pump offered.
No. of stage.
Type of sealing offered.
Type of impeller offered.
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Flange drilling standard.


Net weight of pump etc.
Weight of column pipe

Kg.

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Contractor

DIMENSIONS AS PER REQUIREMENT AND DESIGN CALCULATION


Please furnish the following information:Pump setting length.
Minimum clearance required from the lowest part of the pump to the sump
bottom.
Clearance required at site.
Minimum submergence required.
Minimum clearance required for removal of pump parts and motor (including
height of ceiling of lifting tackle used)
DATA (TO BE FURNISHED BY CONTRACTOR AFTER THE AWARD OF
CONTRACT):
Final overall dimensional drawings for the pump set. These shall show all the
major parameters of the pump set, detailed fabrication and layout drawing for
the piping.
Civil drawings, with the details of fixing, grouting, sealing, static and dynamic
loading, clearance and any other relevant data required for the design of civil
structure.
Cross sectional drawings for pump with the completed bill of material and
relevant standards. Recommended spare parts for 3 years normal working shall
be indicated.
Piping arrangement drawing.
Motor drawing with details of cable entry and cable jointing.
Operation and maintenance manual.
Test certificate of materials. (Pump & Valves) at the time of factory inspection.
MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION:
Pump casing
IS:210(M)
Riser pipe/Delivery pipe
1538 Impeller
Impeller shaft

2.5%

Ni.

C.I.

conforming

:
:
:

C.I. Conforming to IS:


C.F. 8
S.S. 410

Impeller key
Impeller Bolt.

:
:

S.S. 316
S.S. 316

Mechanical seal

Silicon carbide v/s Silicon carbide

Chain
Guide Rail
mm
Eye Bolt

:
:

S.S. 410
S.S. 410

S.S. 410

Bush
Special fittings

:
:

S.S. 410
C.I. Conforming to IS: 1538

Gland packing
Hardware in contact with sewage

:
:

Graphited asbestos.
S.S. 410

having wall thickness of 4

ACCESSORIES OF THE PUMP SET:


Following accessories suitable for each pump set shall be supplied :Automatic coupling
)
1 set.
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to

(Pedestal type)
)
Guide Rail Pipe approx. 12 mts. )
Stainless steel chain with cycle
)

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approx. 12 mts. Shackles.

90 C.I.duct foot Bend

)
)

SUBMERSIBLE MOTOR
The motor shall be integral part of the pump. The enclosure of the motor shall
be I.P. 68. Each phase of the motor shall be provided with the moister bimetallic
electro mechanical detectors. The motor winding shall be designed for minimum
10 start stop per hour. The insulation of winding shall be of class F insulation.
The motor shall be suitable to operate on, 415 10% c/s 5%, 3 phase A.C.
supply.
SCOPE:
This specification covers the requirements of three phase induction motors.
CODE AND STANDARD:
1.

2.

The design, manufacturer and performance of the equipment shall comply


with all currently applicable statutes, regulations and safety codes in the
locality where the equipment will be installed.
Unless otherwise specified the motors shall conform to the latest applicable
Indian Standards, B.S. or IES standards.

PERFORMANCE:
Motor shall be capable of satisfactory operation for the application and condition
on duty as required by the driven equipments.
Motor shall be capable of giving rated output without reduction in the expected
life span when operated continuously under either of the following cases of
supply: (Conditions specified in data sheet)
a.
b.
c.

Variation of supply voltage from


10% the rated voltage.
Variation in supply-frequency from
5% the rated frequency.
Combined voltage and frequency variation

6% Motors shall be suitable for the method of starting


specified.
INSULATION:
Any joints in the motor insulations such as at coil connections or between slot
and end winding section shall have strength equivalent to that of the slot
sections of coil.
The insulation shall be given tropical and fungicidal treatment for successful
operation of motor as per the applicable standard.
Motor shall have class F insulation.
PAINTING:

External parts shall be finished and painted to produce neat and durable surface
which will prevent rusting and corrosion. The equipment shall be degreased and
rust, sharp edges, scales be removed and treated with one coat of primer and
finished two coats of final paint.

SPARE PARTS:
A list of recommended spares required for five years operation shall be
furnished separately giving their item wise unit rates.
TEST:
All routine tests shall be conducted on the motors.
All type tests shall be conducted on the motors.
DOCUMENT:
After the award of Contract, the following document shall be progressively
furnished:General arrangement drawing.
Instruction manuals for erection, testing, commissioning, operation and
regular maintenance.
Test Reports of various equipments supplied by the contractor.
Piping:
This specification covers the engineering, supply, design, performance,
erection, testing and commissioning of C.I.D.F. pipes and specials for
discharge pipe line. Dismantling joints, C.I.D.F. distance pieces, special
radial/inclined tees etc shall be required as per tentative lay out plan of
pumping plant.
However, the actual requirement shall be as per drawing finally approved
depending upon actual requirement.
Pipes and pipe work:
All pipe work and fittings etc, shall conform to the latest appropriate Indian
Standards and shall be to a class in excess of the maximum pressure and shall
be supplied by an approved manufacturer.
Proper indication colour code shall be provided as per the standard practice in
consultation with the representative to the Engineer.
The pipe work installation shall be so arranged as to offer ease of dismantling
and removal of pumps or other major items of equipment. Suitable length of
pipe shall be fitted after the flow meter for free flow of sewer through the flow
meter.
The internal surface of all pipe work should be thoroughly cleaned before and
during erection and before the pipe work is placed into commission. All
underground pipe line shall be properly painted as per the standard practice.
The cast iron flanged pipes shall conform to the proper Indian Standards. Th e

cast iron fittings shall also comply with the relevant Indian Standard or equivalent.
PRESSURE MEASURING DEVICE

a)
b)

The supplier shall provide electronic sensor type equipments for pressure
measurements complete in all respects and generally consisting of followings:
Digital pressure indicators with signal transmitting device for pump delivery.
These pressure indicators shall indicate in meters with two digits after decimal and shall
be installed on instrument panel of suitable size and at a height of 1.5 meter at a
suitable place on wall

The range of pressure measuring indicators shall be suitable to cover shut off
head of the pumping plant.
The accuracy of sensor/transducers shall be 1.0% and display accuracy also
1.0%
Housing & parts in contact with water shall be of stainless steel which is
corrosion resistant of sewage water.
The protection class shall be at least IP 65
The system to be supplied shall be complete in all respect including cable for it.
The point of fixing of sensor should be provided with filler arrangement so that
sensor is not affected with sewage water.
SUBMERSIBLE CABLE FOR PUMPING PLANTS.

(i)

Submersible PVC Cable for pumping plants shall be of two types i.e. power cable
and control cable. These PVC cables shall be multi-core suitably designed for
voltage and current rating of submersible motors depending upon the actual
requirement. The control cable shall be of required no. of core and shall be used
for moisture sensor unit, thermistor unit and other
such required control unit. The size of conductor cross section of the power
cable shall be sufficiently enough to control motor taking into account the type
of starter used for starting of motor. Cable shall be laid down from control panel
to the pump set hence length of cable shall be sufficient giving the loops of
suitable length at certain points in the route of cabling. The cable ends shall be
protected to prevent leakage of liquid into the motor through the cable. Cable
jointing shall be done properly in order to make water tight joint as per
prescribed in I.E. rules. The cables must be checked for continuity after jointing.
The cable shall never be subjected to any distortion or strain, the cable must be
fixed on column pipe with a cable-clip just below and above of each joining
flange or sleeve having length upto 4 meters in case the length of column is
more than 4 meters, an additional clip should be fixed halfway between these
points. The clip must grip the cable firmly enough to prevent it slipping
downwards under its own weight.
Two different type of cable attachment should be provided according to the size
and weight of cable.
Rubber band with plastic buttons
2
2
(For cable of sizes 1.5 mm to 10mm )
(ii)
Cable clamp, metal strip and fastener/
(for cables above 10 mm2 size)
Each pumpset will be supplied with 30 mtr of submersible cable of suitable size
alongwith control cable which will be terminated at the junction box made of
aluminum. From junction box the same cable alongwith control cable shall be
laid upto starter/panel for which 80 mtr. (total tentative quantity) shall be
supplied separately.
SPECIFICATION FOR VALVES
7.55.1Scope
This specification covers the design, performance manufacturer constructional
featured, testing at manufacturers works, packing and forwarding to site of
following specials.
Sluice Valve
Reflux Valve

Code and standards

This design manufacturer and performance of valves and specials shall comply
with the currently applicable Statues regulations and safety code in the locality
where the equipment will be installed. The equipment shall also conform to the
latest applicable Indian/British/USA standards.
Sluice valves
IS-14846
Reflux valves
IS-5312 (Part-I)
Features of Construction
The features of construction shall generally conform to the above specifications.
The valves shall be suitable for installation with the valve shaft in any positions.
Sluice valves shall be double flanged. Sluice valves shall be provided with shoe
channel arrangement so that the gate shall be guided throughout its travel.
Sluice valve shall be provided with manual enclosed gear arrangement.
The Reflux valves shall be suitable for smooth functioning under the maximum
design pressure. The valves shall have no slam closing characteristic without
external dampening arrangement.
Valves ends shall be flat faced flanged. Flanges shall be drilled to suit ISI 1538
(Part I to XXIL) flanges unless specified otherwise in Data Sheet.
The driving and sealing shall be preferably of gland and stuffing box type.
Stuffing box shall be easily accessible for adjustment and replacement of
packing without disturbing any other part of valve or operator assembly. The
depth of the stuffing box shall not be less than 50 mm or diameter of shaft
whichever is lower. As an alternative ring type sealing may be provided at the
driving end.
Gear unit of valves shall be grease lubricated packed with grease for life time
service.
Valve shaft shall have a minimum shaft diameter extending through the valves
bearings and into the valves disc as specified in AIS Standards specifications.
The tolerance of the valves dimensions shall be as per relevant standard code
but not exceeding the following:
Face to face
3 mm
OD of Flanges

3 mm

Bolt Circle diameter

2 mm

Thickness of flange
2 mm
Floor stands and extension bonnets shall be
provided.
For sluice valves located below the floor, suitable floor stands or extension
bonnets as required by the specification shall be provided. The floor stand shall
be kept on floor.
Tests
All valves shall be tested hydrostatically for strength, tightness of seats and
tightness of back seating at the pressure specified in relevant code.
Certified physical and chemical analysis certificates, metallurgical test reports of
all components of the valves and specials shall be submitted at the time of
factory inspection.
Certified hydrostatic test report for all body castings.
Painting & Corrosion Protection
A shop coat of paint shall be applied to all steel and cast iron exposed surface as
required to prevent corrosion, after release has been given for painting and

before dispatch. All parts shall be adequately protected for rust prevention.
Grease shall not be used on machined surfaces.

Drawings and Manuals


(i)

Tenderer shall furnish along with his bid the followings drawings:
Dimensional outline drawing.
(ii)
Cross section drawing.
instruction manual shall be furnished by vender after award of the contract.

Name Plate
All valves and shall have permanent name plates indicating the service for which
will be used and be primary temperature and pressure ratings.
Valves Data sheets A
SLUICE VALVES (PN 1.0 Rating)
Construction Features:
Spindle
Rising spindle type
Ends
Flanged flat face drilling as per IS- 1538
part IV
and VI
Bonnet
Bolted
Disc.
Operation

Solid wedge
(i)

Manual Hand wheel upto 300 mm. size

(ii)

Manual with enclosed gear arrangement.


Renewable type

Body and disc. Seat


Materials of Construction
Body Cast Iron (IS-210, FG-200)
Door, channel and shoes
Spindle, faces, face rings
Body seat
Door Seat
Packing
Nuts/Bolts

Cast Iron (IS-210, FG-200)


SS-304
SS-304
--DO-Teflon coated/graphite Asbestos
Carbon steel

Testing
Hydrostatic test pressure:Body
15 Kg/cm2
Seat

10 Kg/cm2

REFLUX VALVE (PN 1.0 Rating)


Construction Features
Swing
Ends
class 125/IS-1538 Pr IV & VI
Cover
Body & disc. Seat
Standard

Flanged, flat face, drilling as per ANSIB 16.1


Bolted
Renewable
IS:5312. Part-1 latest edition

Material of construction
Body

Cast iron (IS 210, FG 200)

Door,
Cast iron (IS 210, FG 200)
Body seat, face rings, rivets, fasteners
Stainless steel AISI 304*
Door seat, hinge pin
--do---*

1.
2.

Hydrostatic test pressure


Body 15 Kg/cm2
Seat 10 Kg/cm2

Schedule of Quantities
SI. No
1.

Type
Sluice

Reflux

size (mm)
As per design
requirement

- Do-

Qty.
1 no. sluice value for
each pumping plant and
One number for common
header.
- Do-

Sluice Valve Data Sheet B


Data to be furnished by the Bidder
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Make
KBL/IVC
Type
Rising Spindle Type
Size & Nos.
Rating of valve
PN. 1.0
Material of construction
Body
Test pressure
Body
15 kg/cm2
Seat
10 kg/cm2
Weight
Gear arrangement and other details
Enclosed type gear box shall
be equipped with shoe & channel
arrangement and back seat bushing
arrangement.
Reflux Valve Data Sheet B
1
2
3
4
5
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
v)
6

Manufactured by
Type
Size & Nos.
Rating
Material
Body
Door/Disc
Body Seat
Disc Seat
Hinge pin
Test pressure body seat

Data Sheet C
To be furnished by Tenderer after Award of Contract
1
Instruction manuals
2
Test certificates / reports for

a) Physical and chemical analysis and metallurgical test for components of


valves and specials.
b) Hydrostatic test for all body castings.

Specifications of Sluice Gates :- Design Requirement and


construction Features.
The construction of sluice gates shall be generally as per IS- 13349. Sluice
Gates to be rising spindle type. All parts of Gates and mechanism shall be
designed for maximum head specified. Gates shall be of type Class I suitable
for maximum unbalanced head as per IS 13349.
36.
7.58.1Frame
Frame shall be flange back type and shall be machined on the rear face for
bolting directly to the machined face of wall thimble. Wall thimble shall be as
per IS 13349 of cross section F and supplied along with the gate.
37.
Shutter
It will be made of cast iron and strengthening ribs shall be provided.
Seating Faces
The seating face shall be made of strips in material as specified and secured
firmly in such a way that they will remain in place, free from distortion and
loosening during life of sluice gate. The faces shall be so finished that maximum
clearance between. Seating surfaces, with slide in closed position shall not
exceed 0.10 mm.
Guides
Guides may be integrally cast with frame or may be bolted. Guide extensions
may be in split lengths secured at joint with tennon arrangement. The
maximum allowable clearance between the slide and the slide guide shall be 1.6
mm.
Wedging Devices
Adjustable side wedging devices shall be provided to ensure contact between
slide and frame facings. In case of unseating head adjustable wedges shall be
provided at the top and bottom also. In case of flush bottom closure the bottom
wedges will not be there.
Stem Design and stem couplings:
Stem diameter shall be selected as per IS 13349. There will be stop collar on
top of stem to prevent over closure. Suitable stem guides and couplings shall be
provided as per IS 13349.
Lifting Device
Manual operating mechanism can be geared or ungeared. Gears shall be
machine cut bevel, spur, etc. For gear ratios higher than 1: 7 a two speed
geared head stock shall be used. It should be possible to operate the gate under
specified operating head, with an effort below 70 Newton meter on lifting
device. The radius of crank or hand wheel shall not exceed 400 mm. It should
lubrication window.

Shop Testing
Seat clearance check

The clearance between seating faces with gate fully closed shall be less than
0.10 mm.
Shop Leakage Test with unseating Hydraulic Pressure
Permissible Leakage shall be as per IS 13349
Hydrostatic Test
It will be performed on the gate assembly at manufacturers works. Water
pressure of 1.5 times the unbalanced specified maximum operating head shall
be applied for 5 minutes with gates in closed position and there will be no
leakage.

MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION OF SLUICE GATE


S.No. . DESCRIPTION
. MATERIAL
1.
Wall thimble
Cast Iron IS:210 Grade FG 200
2.
Frame and Slide
Cast Iron IS: 210 Grade FG 200
3.
Seating faces & countersunk fixing
SS ASTM A276 type 304
4.
Wedge Linings
SS ASTM A743 CF8 type 304
5.
Stem and stem extension
SS ASTM A276 type 304
6.
Stem guide
Cast Iron IS:210 Gr. FG 200
7.
Stem nut
SS ASTM 743 CF8 type 304
8.
Stem coupling
SS ASTM A276 type 304
9.
Fastener, anchor bolts and nuts
SS ASTM A276 type 304
10.
Lifting mechanism Pedestal gear house Cast Iron IS:210 Gr.FG200
cover and stem guide
11.
Lift nut
Bronze IS 318 type LTB - 2
12.
Flush bottom seal
EPDM Rubber
13.

Seal Retainer Bar

SS ASTM A276 type 304

PARTICULAR TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR CIVIL WORKS


GENERAL
Unless otherwise mentioned elsewhere in the tender document, the works under
this contract shall be carried out in accordance with PWD specifications
including subsequent up to date addenda and corrigenda, issued and/or
particular specifications as the case may be and in accordance with CPHEEO,
Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India guidelines/regulations. The
mechanical, electrical and instrumentation works shall be carried out as per
the particular specifications.
MCH may engage some other agency /agencies to execute some
work in the same site. The contractor is required to work in close
coordination with other such agencies engaged by MCH including
making /allowing connection of service lines, matching
/coordinating in site grading/ road/ works etc. as the case may be.
All works as described and/or shown in the drawings, specification, conditions of
contract shall be deemed to have been covered in the prices quoted and
nothing extra shall be payable to the contractor for any reason whatsoever
unless specifically stated otherwise in the contract.
If specifications for any item of work or material are not available either in upto
dated PWD specification or in the Particular specifications, relevant IS
specification or National Building Code and/or CPHEEO guidelines shall be
followed.
Any drawing which is mentioned/ referred on a drawing forming part of the
contract but not specifically mentioned in the list of drawing shall be deemed
to be forming part of the contact. The tenderer shall see such drawings/
details in the office of MCH, or his authorized representative.
SAMPLE OF MATERIALS
All materials to be provided shall be ISI marked. In cases where ISI marked
materials are not available, material superior to confirming to BIS standards
and approved by the MCH or his authorised representative shall be used.
Approval of samples of all materials which shall be used in the project is
mandatory. No order for materials shall be placed by the contractor prior to
approval of samples by ENGINEER-IN-CHARGE / MCH.
A consolidated list of approved makes of various materials are appended to the
tender document. The tenderer shall quote his rates on the basis of the price
of best quality of the make stipulated in the item of works as described in
specifications as well as in the list of approved makes and as approved by the
ENGINEER-IN-CHARGE / MCH.
MAKING GOOD
The contractor shall cut, leave or form holes, recesses, chases etc. in concrete,
brick work, walls, ceilings, floors and in any other situation as required or as
directed by the ENGINEER-IN-CHARGE / MCH and make good in cement and
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sand mortar (1:3)/PCC (1:3:6) as directed by ENGINEER-IN- CHARGE / MCH


and Finish to match the adjoining surfaces.

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Any extra excavation done beyond the required level as shown in the drawing
shall be filled up with lean concrete 1:4:8 (1 cement: 4 coarse sand
: 8 graded stone aggregate 40 m size).
DETAILED DESIGN & ENGINEERING / SHOP DRAWINGS
The Contractor shall submit all the Design and Detailed Engineering Calculations,
Drawings at least 6 weeks before the commencement of works for the prior
approval of the ENGINEER-IN-CHARGE / MCH. No construction / works shall be
commenced without the prior approval of the ENGINEER-IN- CHARGE / MCH.
Before submission, the Contractor shall also check the drawings and ensure
that these are correct and complete and drawn in required scale and fully
coordinated with all relevant disciplines.
CEMENT, SAND & HARD WOOD
Cement to be used in the work shall be ordinary Portland Cement Grade 43
confirming to IS:8112-1989 and approved make.
Sand to be used shall confirmed to PWD specification. For coarse sand and fine
sand the source shall be as per approval of engineer in charge/ MCH.
Hard wood shall be from locally available hard wood such as sheesam, sal, kikar
etc.
CEMENT CONCRETE (PLAIN / REINFORCED)
All concrete shall be mixed with Mechanical Mixture except otherwise allowed by
the Engineer in charge/ MCH.
The concreting of RCC work shall commence only after the formwork and steel
reinforcement have been inspected and approved by the ENGINEER-INCHARGE / MCH.
Nothing extra shall payable or extra quantity of cement considered on account of
use of cement slurry for continuation of concrete.
Where concrete is specified by the grade that is M-20 & M-25, the same shall be of
design mix all as per IS 456-2000, IS-10262-1982, SP-23 (S&T) 1982 with
upto date correction slips and revisions.
STEEL WORK
a)

Reinforced Steel
Thermo- Mechanically Treated bars (TMT) of Fe 415 grade confirming to IS:1786-1985
with upto date correction slips and of approved make shall only be used wherever
HYSD/TOR steel as shown on drawing.

b)

Mild steel Grade I confirming to IS-432 (Part I) 1982. Chemical composition


shall be in accordance with steel designation Fe-410-S of IS-226-1975.
Structural Steel shall be of standard quality and confirming to IS:2062

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8.0

EPOXY COATING TO CONCRETE AND MILD STEEL PARTS

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i)

General
Epoxy coating is to be applied to the internal surfaces of units as specified in
B.O.Q. The thickness of epoxy film shall be 200 microns.

ii)

Materials
A solvent free epoxy coating like Araldite GY 255 manufactured by Hindustan CIBA
Geigy Ltd. Bombay or equivalent is to be used for forming the film. In case of use of an
equivalent it should be got approved by the employer placing supply orders.
Materials used and process of application to the concrete of other surface should be
strictly according to the instructions of the supplier of the epoxy.
Araldite GY 255 one part by weight is to be mixed with 1 part by weight of hardener X Y
45. The viscosity should be such convenient for brush application.

iii)

Subsurface Preparation
The concrete surface should be cleaned thoroughly by wire brushing or acid etching or
sand

blasting. The mild steel parts also are to be cleaned to be free of grease and

thoroughly sand blasted or wire brushed. The coverage should not be more than 6
sqm for concrete and 5 Sqm for mild steel per kg. of epoxy respectively.
The moisture content of concrete before application of epoxy coating shall be less than
4%. This has to be checked properly through a small sample. To achieve this epoxy
coating shall be done in hot season or otherwise the surface shall be thoroughly dried by
a sun- gun.

iv)

Curing
The curing should be done for 7 days at room temperature. If the temperature is less than
0

15 C the space should be warmed up by incandescent lamps, heaters, blowers or infrared


lamp.
The instructions of the supplier manufacturer of the product both as for use of materials
and application take priority over the above instruction and they should be followed very
rightly.

EXPANSION JOINTS AND CONSTRUCTION JOINTS


i)

General
The item of providing expansion joints and construction joints in concrete includes all the
material, labour, tools and plants necessary for completing the item in best workmanlike
manner.

ii)

Joints in Floor
Joints in floor shall be provided as specified on drawings.

In case of PVC water stops to be provided horizontal position flat footed PVC water stops
shall be used.

The water stops shall be provided in such a way that half the portion of water stop (width
wise) is embedded in the concrete and half remains exposed for next concrete.
Steel reinforcement shall not be discontinued where construction joints in floor are
provided.
iii)
a)

Joints in Walls
Movement Joints
Movement joints shall be provided in the walls at positions shown on drawings. Water
stops shall be kept in position with the help of bitumen impregnated fibre board fillers.
Concrete shall be laid in such a way that half the portion of water stop remains exposed
for next concreting.
Steel reinforcement shall be discontinued at the joints as shown on drawings.
Construction Joints
Construction joints shall be provided between two lifts of concrete as shown on
drawings. A groove shall be formed around exposed portion the PVC water stop for
proper jointing. Care shall be taken during concreting to keep the water stop in vertical
position.
In no case shall the water stop be punctured on hailed with the binding wire to keep it in
position. Wherever required to be jointed the water stop shall be welded in T, X or L
pattern as per the instructions of Engineer.
SPECIFICATION FOR BUILDING WORKS
Building shall be constructed as per the item rate basis for various buildings
such as site office building, blower room, pump house, MEP room,
chlorination room etc as given in Annexure-III of BOQ.

9.0

Painting, Whitewashing and Allied Works


All the units/items/equipment of the buildings/ pump houses /coated
wherever required. All the internal surface of the walls shall be painted with
distemper paint and exterior surface with water proof cement paint, ceiling
with white wash, doors, shutters, windows, grills etc. shall be painted with
synthetic enamel paint as per PWD specification and direction of Engineer in
charge.
The inner concrete surface of all the water retaining structures shall be
painted (two coats) with an approved made anticorrosive bitumen paint.
All the CI pipes & specials and other equipment shall be painted with two
coats of approved make anti corrosive paints.

PARTICULAR

(TECHNICAL)

SPECIFICATIONS

FOR

ELECTRICAL

WORKS
Scope of Work
Manufacture, testing and inspection at places of manufacturer, painting,
supply, delivery to site, storage at site, installation / erection, final painting,
testing, commissioning and manning, operation and maintenance of the
electrical equipment as listed the in price schedule.
It is not the intent to specify herein all the details pertaining to
selection of material/ equipment, procurement, manufacture,
testing and commissioning, however, the same shall be of high
engineering and shall comply to all currently applicable
regulations and safety codes.

the design,
installation,
standard of
standards,

The scope of work starts from receiving 11kV power after metering point of
the Electricity Department at a suitable point of supply as indicated in the
plant layout by supplying and erecting 4-pole structure & equipment as per
power supply company standards in the plant premises and further power
distribution, indoor & outdoor lighting system, earthing system and cable &
cable carrier system.
Scope of work also includes providing and installation starting from HT Panel
to Transformer upto MEP near substation. This will also include main electric
panels at 15 MLD STP and pumping station. Further control panels shall be
provided for each unit with DOL starter, but above 10 HP, automatic ATS
starter shall be provided. Accordingly copper / aluminum armoured, HT/LT
cables shall be provided as per requirements.
In addition to the above, the following services are included in the
Scope of the Contract:
A. The contractor shall be responsible for getting the working load sanction and
power release from power supply company by co-ordinating and liasioning
with the power supply company authorities.
B. The contractor shall also be responsible for getting the complete installation
approved by the electrical inspector.
C. Submission of 6 sets of test certificates, inspection reports, operation &
maintenance manuals for the material/ equipment supplied.
D. Supply of Safety equipment such as Shock treatment Chart, Dry Co2 Fire
Extinguisher for indoor substation, Sand Bucket Stand for outdoor substation
yard, Antiskid Insulated Rubbet Mats of appropriate voltage grade, Danger
Boards etc.
E. Furnishing of drawings, documents, operation and maintenance manual
F. Making good any damage done to the civil structure
Standard Of Workmanship
The work shall be carried out in a neat and skilled manner. All works shall be
carried out in accordance with the requirements of:
i. PWD Specifications
ii. Standard rules and regulations of State Electricity Department
iii. IE Rules, and
iv. The standards in this specification

The contractor shall ensure workmanship of good quality and shall assign
qualified supervisor / engineers and competent labour who are skilled,
careful and experienced in carrying out similar works.
MCH shall reserve the right to reject non-competent person/s employed by
the contractor, if the workmanship is found unsatisfactory.
Power Distribution Network
10.3.1

Power Supply Condition


Nominal System Voltage

Incoming Power Supply


50 Hz AC
Voltage Variation
Frequency Variation
3% Combined voltage and Frequency
Variation
Three Phase Symmetrical Fault Level
b.
c.

11 kV, 3 ph,3 wire,

:
:
:

+ 10 %, -10%
50 Hz
10%

500 MVA at 11 kV

10.3.2Utilization Voltages
Levels of Utilization voltages in the plant shall comply with local standards.

Incoming Power Supply phase, 3 wire


Plant power distribution voltage phase, 4 wire
MEP/MCC control voltage
phase, 2 wire
Potential transformer secondary
Hz, AC
Motors < 0.37 kW
Motors > 0.37 kW < 350 kW
Welding Receptacles
4 wire
Lighting Power Distribution
4 wire
Lighting Fixtures
2 wire

i.
a.
b.
c.

11

kV,

50

Hz,

415

V,

50

Hz,

110 V,V, 3 50
230
phase,
Hz, 501

:
:
:

230V, 50Hz, 1 phase


415V, 50Hz, 3 phase
415V, 50Hz, 3 phase,

415V, 50Hz, 3 phase,

230V, 50Hz, 1 phase,

Lighting Receptacles
Convenience Receptacles

:
:

230V, 50Hz, 1 phase, 2 wire


230V, 50Hz, 1 phase, 2 wire

10.3.3System Earthing
11 kV, 3 ph AC system
415 kV, 3 ph, AC system
240 kV, 1 ph, AC system
d. 110 kV DC system

:
:
:
:

Neutral solidly earthed


Neutral solidly earthed
Neutral solidly earthed
Unearthed

Power Transformer
Scope
Manufacture, testing at manufacturers works, delivery to site, installation,
testing and commissioning of One no. 11/0.433 kV as per load requirement
on an cooled Transformer and On Load Tap Changer Cubicle & Remote Tap
Changer Cubicle.

Codes and Standards


The design, manufacture and performance of equipment shall comply
with currently applicable statutory, regulations and safety codes in the
locality where the equipment will be installed. Nothing in this
specification shall be construed to relive vendor from his responsibility.
Unless otherwise specified, equipment shall conform to the latest
applicable Indian or IES standards. Equipment complying with any other
authoritative standards, such as British, U.S.A., VDE etc. will also be
considered if offered. The relevant Indian standards are:
Code No.
IS2026/BS171/IEC76
IS3639
IS1180
IS6600/BSCP.1010/IEC354
IS335/BS 148/IEC296
IS2099/BS223/IEC137
IS7421
IS13947 (Part 1) / IEC947-1
IS3637
IS 1271/BS2757/IEC85
IS 3202/ BSCP1014/ IEC354
IS 1886
IS 2705

Climatic Conditions
Ambient temperature

Title
Power Transformer
Fittings and Accessories
Auxiliary Transformer
Loading of oil immersed transformer
Transformer Oil
Bushings for > 1000V, AC
Bushings for 1000V, AC
Degree of Protection
Buchholz Relay
Insulation Materials for Electrical
Machinery
Climate Proofing
Installation
&
Maintenance
of
Transformers
Current Transformers

50 Deg. C outdoor

Altitude above MSL

Less than 1000M.

Relative Humidity
Atmosphere

:
:

90% maximum
Tropical

Performance & Characteristics


1. Transformer shall be capable of operating continuously and without adverse
effects of overheating under all specified conditions of operation including
variation in system of + 10% voltage and + 3% frequency or + 10%
combined voltage and frequency unless otherwise specified separately.
2. Transformer shall be suitable for parallel operation with other transformers
of similar characteristics.
3. Transformer shall be designed to withstand without any injury the thermal
and mechanical stress caused by the short circuit currents of magnitude and
duration of 1 sec.
4. Operation Over Overloads: It shall be possible to operate all transformers as
per loading guide IS: 6600 up to overloads of 150 %. There shall be no
limitations imposed by bushing, tap changers, auxiliary equipment etc. to
meet this requirement.

MV SWITCHGEAR
Scope
Manufacture, inspection and testing at the VENDOR's /his SubVENDOR's works, delivery to site and performance testing of metal
enclosed medium voltage switchgear of voltage not exceeding 1000 V
AC.
The switchgears would comprise of Main Electrical Panel, Motor Control
Centers (MCCs) and Lighting Distribution Boards required for the supply
of power to and for the control of the plant medium voltage equipment.
Codes & Standards
The design, construction, manufacture and performance of equipment
shall conform to latest applicable standards and comply with all
currently applicable statutes, regulations and safety codes in the locality
where the equipment will be installed. Nothing in this specification shall
be construed to relieve the Bidder / Contractor of this responsibility.
The relevant Indian Standards are :
Code No.
IS 375

IS 3202
IS 2516
IS 3231
IS13947
IS 3427
IS 4237
IS 694 Part I &
II
IS 8623
IS 13947-P3
IS 8828
IS 13703
IS13947
IS13947
IS 6875
IS 2705
IS 3156
IS 1248
IS 2147
IS 2959
IS 11353
IS 722
IS 10118

Title

MARKING AND ARRANGEMENT FOR SWITCHGEAR


BUS BARS, MAIN CONNECTION AND AUXILIARY
WIRING.
Code of
Practice for climate proofing of electrical
equipment
Alternating current Circuit Breakers (Relevant part/ Section)
Electric Relays for Power System Protection
Switchgear General Requirements
Metal Enclosed switchgear and control gear
General requirements for switch gear and control gear for
voltage not exceeding 1000 volts
PVC insulated cables ( for voltages up to 1100V with copper
and aluminum conductors)
Factory Built Assemblies of SWGR and Control gear for
Voltages upto and including 1000V AC & 1200V DC
Air Break Switches
Miniature Circuit Breakers
Low voltage Fuses
Contactors
Starters
Control Switches / Push buttons
Current Transformers
Voltage Transformers
Direct Acting Electrical Indicating instruments
Degree of protection provided by enclosures for low voltage
switch gears.
AC Contactors of voltage not exceeding 1000 volts
Marking and Identification of Conductors and Apparatus
Terminals
A.C. Electricity Meters
Selection installation and maintenance of switchgear and
control gear

In absence of specific Indian Standard Specifications, International Electrotechnical Committee Specifications shall be followed.
Painting
All panels shall be synthetic enamel painted in siemens grey shade/or
colour shade approved by the ENGINEER-IN-CHARGE / MCH.

All sheet steel work shall be phosphated in accordance with the


following procedure and in accordance with applicable standards
mentioned.

Oil, grease, dirt and swarf shall be thoroughly removed by emulsion


cleaning.

Rust and scale shall be removed by pickling with dilute acid followed
by washing and running water, rinsing with slightly alkaline hot water
and drying.

After phosphating, thorough, rinsing shall be carried out with clean


water, followed by final rinsing with dilute dichromate solution and
oven drying.

The phosphate coating shall be sealed by the application of two coats


of ready mixed, stoving type zinc chromate primer. The first coat may
be 'flash dried' while the second coat shall be stoved.

After application of the primer, two coats of finishing paint shall be


applied, with each coat followed by stoving. The second finishing coat
for the exterior of panels shall be applied after completion of tests.

Each coat of primer and finishing paint shall be of a slightly different


shade to enable inspection of the painting.

The final finished thickness of paint film on steel shall not be less than
100 microns, and shall not be more than 150 microns.

Finished
painted appearance of equipment shall present
aesthetically pleasing appearance, free from dents and uneven
surfaces.

an

Main And Auxiliary Bus And Bus Bar Insulating Material


-

Main Buses & Taps

Switchgear shall be provided with three phase or three phase and


neutral bus bars as specified.
Bus bars shall be of uniform cross section throughout the length
of the switchgear, and up to the incoming terminals of feeder circuit
breaker / switch.

The bus bars shall be made of high conductivity aluminum alloy of


E91E grade as specified.

Bus bars shall be provided with at least the minimum clearances


in air as per applicable standards for a 500 V, 3-phase system.
Bus bars shall be adequately supported with high quality nonhygroscopic, insulating, self extinguishing and fire retardant
insulating material, of adequate mechanical strength so as to
withstand, without damage, effects of available short circuit current.
Bus bar supports shall be MCH.
Separate supports shall be provided for each phase of the bus
bars. If a common support is provided for all three phases,
antitracking barriers shall be incorporated.
The connections to individual units shall be taken by taped bus
bars for feeders rated 100 Amps and above. For feeders below 100
Amps, heavy duty PVC insulated copper conductor cables may be
used.
Bus bar joints shall be complete with high tensile steel bolts and
belleville washers and nuts. Bus bars shall be thoroughly cleaned at
the joint locations and suitable contact grease shall be applied just
before making a joint.
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Auxiliary Buses
Auxiliary buses for control power supply; space heater power supply or any
other specified service shall be provided. These buses shall be insulated,
adequately supported and sized to suit specified requirements. The material
of control power supply buses shall be electrolytic copper. The material for
space heater power supply buses shall be same as that for the main power
buses. Supply transformer(s), auxiliary bus bars and necessary connections
to the supply transformers and associated circuits shall be in the
Contractors scope.
Bus bar Insulating Material
All bus-bars, bus-taps shall be insulated with close fittings sleeve of hard,
smooth, dust and dirt free heat shrink PVC insulation of high dielectric
strength (450 V/mil) to provide a permanent high dielectric non-ageing and
non-tracking protection, impervious to water, tropical conditions and fungi.

Fuses
Fuses generally shall be of the HRC cartridge fuse-link type having a
certified rupturing capacity of not less than 80 KA at 440 V. Fuses upto
63A for distribution systems of medium short circuit levels may be of
HRC cartridge screw-cap type, having a certified rupturing capacity of
not less than 46 KA at 440 V and 16 KA at 250 V DC.

Fuses shall be provided with visible indication to show that they have
operated.

Fuse ratings chosen by the CONTRACTOR for application in various


circuits shall be subject to the ENGINEER-IN-CHARGE / MCH approval.

Fuses shall preferably be mounted in moulded plastic carriers and shall


be complete with fuse bases.

Wherever it is not possible to mount fuses on carriers, fuses shall be


directly mounted on plug-in type of bases. In such cases an insulated
fuse pulling handle shall be provided for each size of fuse for each
switchboard.

Motor Starters
Selection of the starter
Selection of the motor starter shall be based on the motor ratings as
mentioned belowFor motors up to 10 HP

Direct On Line Starter

For Motors above 10 HP &

Automatic Star Delta Starter


upto 50 HP

For Motors above 50 HP

Auto transformer starter

Each starter shall comprise


One main TP Switch fuse unit/Moulded Case circuit breaker/Motor
Protection Circuit Breaker (as specified in SLD)
HRC fuses for Power & Control
Main power contactor, auxiliary contractor/s
Bimetallic thermal overload relay with built in single phasing
preventor
Stop / Reset Push Buttons
On, Off, Trip indication lamps, and
Provision for Local Push Button Station
Spare NO,NC terminals brought on the terminal block

Contactors

Motor starter contactors shall be of the electromagnetic type rated


for uninterrupted duty as defined in applicable standards, unless
otherwise specified.
Main contacts of motor-starter contactors shall be of silver plated
copper.
Each motor-starter contactor shall be provided with two NO and two
NC auxiliary contacts.
Insulation class of operating coils shall be Class E or better.
Operating coils of contactors shall be suitable for operation from the
control supply system specified.
Contactors shall comply with all other requirements of applicable
standards mentioned.
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Signature of
Contractor

Contactors shall be of the double break, non-gravity type.


Direct on-line starters

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Contractor

Direct on-line starters shall be suitable for Class AC 3 utilization category as


specified in applicable standards, unless otherwise mentioned elsewhere.
Automatic Star-Delta Starters

Automatic star-Delta starters shall comprise three sets of contactors


one for the line, one for the star point and one for the delta, and a
timer relay to automatically change the connections from star to
delta.
Star-delta contactors shall be electrically interlocked to permit
starting of the motor in the proper sequence, namely star contactor
closing, line contactor closing, timer energized, timer contact deenergizing the star contactor, and delta contactor closing.
Start delta starters shall be suitable for AC 3 utilization category as
specified in applicable standards, unless otherwise mentioned.
Auto Transformer Starter

The autotransformer shall be sheet steel enclosed.


The auto transformer starter shall comprise 3phase transformer of
adequate KVA rating.
The type of transformer cooling shall be either ONAN or ANAN
Transformer shall have Tappings at 50%, 65%, 80%
For transformer sizing purpose, maximum starting duration shall be
considered as 20 seconds.
The transformer shall be suitable for maximum of 4 no of starts per
hour.
The autotransformer shall be complete with Minimum Fittings and
accessories as per Statutory (IS / BS) requirements.

SINGLE PHASING PREVENTERS

Single phasing preventer relays shall be provided built in with the


Bimetallic overload relay to protect motors against single phasing.
The relay shall not operate for supply voltage unbalance of + 5 %.
The relay shall operate in the event of a single phase fuse blowing
even though the motor e.m.f. in the concerned phase is of the order
of 85 %.
After sensing single phasing, the relay shall operate with a time
delay of 2 to 3 sec. The relay shall not operate for a 3 phase power
supply failure. The relay shall be of the hand reset type with a hand

reset push
independent

button.

Resetting

shall

be

instantaneous

and

of the adjusted time delay in the tripping of the unit. Visual


indication for the operation of the relay shall be provided.
The relay shall be suitable for application to protect reversible and
non-reversible motors. The relay operation shall be independent of
the motor KW rating, the loading conditions prior to the occurrence
of the single phasing and rpm of the motor. The relay shall be of the
fail-safe type and shall operate to trip the motor when the relay
internal wiring is accidentally open circuited.
Indicating Instruments and Meters
Electrical indicating instruments shall be of minimum 144 / 96 / 72 mm
square size, suitable for flush mounting.
Indicating instruments shall have provision for zero adjustment outside the
cover.
Instrument dials shall be parallax free with black numerals on a white dial.
Ammeters provided on motor circuits shall be provided with a suppressed
extended scale to indicate motor starting current.
Watt-hour meters shall be of the direct reading electrodynamometer type
complete with cyclometer type dials and reverse running stops.
Meters shall be Analog / Digital.
Indicating Lamps
Indicating lamps shall be:

a.

of the LED type.

The colors of the indicating lamps shall be as follows:

Red
:
C.B. ON
Green :
C.B. OFF
White
:
Trip Supply
Supervision Amber :
Auto trip
White
:
Spring
Charged RYB :
Phase
Indication
Control and Selector Switches
Control and selector switches shall be:

a. of the rotary type


b adequately rated for the purpose intended (minimum acceptable
rating is 10 A continuous at 240 V AC and 1A (inductive break) 220
V DC.
c. provided with escutcheon plates clearly marked to show the
positions.

Control switches shall be:


a.
b.

of the spring return to normal type


provided with pistol grip type handles.
Control switches for circuit breaker control shall be provided with:
contact development as specified.
sequencing device
Wherever specified, control switches with built-in flashing type discrepancy
lamps shall be provided to control circuit breakers in lieu of the normal
control switch, red, green and amber indicating lamps. The discrepancy lamp
shall be replaceable from the front of the module door.
Selector switches shall be:
of the maintained contact stay put type. Switches in ammeter circuits shall
have make-before-break type contact.
provided with oval handle.

Push Buttons
-

Push buttons shall be:

a. of the momentary contact, push to actuate type rated to carry 10 A


at 240 V AC a 1A (inductive breaking) at 220 V DC.
b. fitted with self reset, 2 NO and 2 NC contacts.
c. provided with integral escutcheon plates marked with its function.
d. 'Start', push buttons shall be green in colour.
e. 'Stop' push buttons shall be red in colour.
f. All other push buttons shall be black in colour.
'Emergency Stop' push buttons shall be of the lockable in the pushed
position type and rotate to release and shall be shrouded to prevent
accidental operation. Key shall be required for the operation of the push
button if specifically asked for.
Push button switches with a built-in indicating lamp if specified under
Notes.
Space Heaters
Adequately rated anti-condensation space heaters shall be provided in
each breaker panel and in cable alleys of the switchgear to maintain
switchgear
inside
temperature
10C
above
outside
ambient
temperature.
Space heaters shall be strip type, rated for operation on 240V single
phase, 50Hz A.C. supply unless otherwise specified.
Each space heater shall be complete with single pole MCB with overload
and short circuit release, and neutral link in neutral and thermostat to
cut off the heaters at 45 deg. C.
Internal Wiring

Switchgear shall be complete with all internal wiring and ready for the
external cable connections at the outgoing terminals.

Wiring inside the switchgear shall be carried out with 1100 / 650 V
grade, PVC insulated, stranded conductor wires.
Minimum size of conductor for power circuits is 4 Sq.mm. copper or
equivalent size aluminum conductor. Control circuits shall be wired with
copper conductor of at least 2.5 Sq.mm. for CT circuits & 1.5 Sq.mm.
for other circuits.
Self-locking engraved identification ferrules, marked to correspond with
the wiring diagrams shall be fitted to each wire. Ferrules shall be of
yellow colour with black lettering.
Wires forming part of a tripping circuit of circuit breaker shall be
provided with an additional red ferrule marked 'T'.
Spare auxiliary contacts of all equipment forming part of the switchgear
shall be wired up to the terminal blocks.
Spare and unassigned modules shall be complete with internal wiring.
Wiring shall be terminated on preferably stud type terminal blocks such
that the wires are connected by cable lugs with nuts & washers/ locknuts.
Not more than two connections shall be made on any one terminal.
Terminal Blocks
Terminal blocks (both for power and control circuits) shall be of reputed
make specially for CT and VT circuits. It shall comprise finely threaded
pairs of brass studs of at least 6 mm diameter, links between each pair
of studs, washers, nuts and locknuts.
The studs, shall be securely locked within the mounting base to prevent their
turning. Insulated barriers shall be provided between adjacent terminals.
Terminals for circuits with voltage exceeding 125 V shall be shrouded.
Terminal blocks shall be grouped depending on circuit voltage. Different
voltage groups of terminal blocks shall be segregated.
Terminal blocks shall be adequately rated to carry the current of the
associated circuit. Minimum rating of the terminal block is 10 A.
Terminals shall be numbered for identification as per enclosed drawings.
Engraved white-on-black labels shall be provided on the terminal blocks,
describing the function of the circuit.
Where duplication of a terminal block is necessary, it shall be achieved
by solid bonding links.
Terminal blocks for CT secondary lead wires shall be provided with
shorting and disconnecting/earthing facilities.

Terminal blocks shall be arranged with at least 100 mm clearance


between two sets of terminal blocks.

Control terminals for external connections shall be suitable


terminating at least two conductors each of 2.5 Sq.mm. size.

for

Name Plates and Labels


One nameplate giving designation of the switchboard shall be affixed
prominently on the top of the switchgear. Details of the switchgear shall
be as per SLD.
Labels giving following details shall be affixed on each feeder panel:

Feeder No.
Equipment Reference Number and Description
Rating (kW / kVA / Amp)
All components whether mounted inside the switchgear or on the door
shall be permanently and clearly labeled with reference number and / or
letter of their function.
Labels shall be made of non-corrodible, preferable laminated plastic with
white letters engraved on black background.
Labels for feeder panel designation shall be fixed on the front side of the
respective panels with chrome plated self-tapping, counter shrunk head
screws. These labels shall be identical size to permit interchange.
Size of lettering shall be 6 mm, unless otherwise specified.
Earthing
Each PCC, MCC and PMCC shall be provided with a continuous earth bus
bar running along the entire length of the board. The cross section of
the earth bus bar shall be sufficient to carry the fault current carrying
for the specified duration without exceeding the safe temperature
through out its entire length.
All non-current carrying metal work of the switchgear shall be
effectively bonded to this earth bus. Bonding washers (star washers)
shall be used when sections of switchgear are bolted together to ensure
earth continuity.
Material and size of the earth bus bar shall be G.I.
Earth bus bars shall be supported at suitable intervals.
Positive connection between all the frames of equipment mounted in the
switchboard and earth bus bar shall be provided by using insulated
copper wires/bare bus bars of cross section equal to that of the bus bar,
or equal to half the size of circuit load current carrying conductor,
whichever is smaller.
All instrument and relay cases, feeder panel doors shall be connected to
the earth bus bar using 1100/650 V grade, 2.5 Sq.mm. stranded, green
color flexible copper earthing conductor.
Miscellaneous Accessories

Each switchgear panel shall be provided with 240 Volts, 1 phase, 50 Hz,
5 amps. 3 pin receptacle with MCB located at a convenient position.

An 20 W F.T. L. interior illuminating lamp together with operating door


switch and protective fuse shall be provided.
Testing and Inspection
After completion of all work at the manufacturers works, the switchgear
shall be inspected and tests witnessed by the Purchasers Representative.
However, stage inspection may be carried out from time to time to check
progress of work and workmanship.
The following tests shall be carried out:

All routine tests specified in relevant Indian Standards shall be


carried out on all circuit breakers.
Test for protective relay operation by primary or secondary injection
method.
Operation of all meters.
Secondary wiring continuity test with a low voltage (6 volts) tester.
Insulation test with 500 Volts megger, before and after H.V. test
H.V. test on power and control circuits / components (2kV for One
minute)
Earth continuity test with a low voltage (6 Volts) tester.
C.T. polarity test.
POWER CAPACITORS
Scope
Manufacture, inspection and testing at the VENDOR's
/his SubVENDOR's works, delivery to site and performance testing of metal
enclosed medium voltage switchgear of power capacitor and capacitor
control panel.
Codes and Standards
The design, manufacture and performance of power capacitors and
accessories shall comply with all currently applicable statutory
regulations and safety codes in the localities where the equipment will
be installed. Nothing in this specification shall be construed to relieve
Vendor of this responsibility.
Unless otherwise specified, L.T. Shunt Capacitors and accessories shall
conform to the latest applicable Indian or IEC standards such as BS,
ANSI, VDE etc. will also be considered if offered. The relevant Indian
Standards are :
Code No.
IS : 2834
IS : 2544
IS : 5553
IS : 12672

Title
Shunt capacitors for power systems
Specification for Porcelain Post Insulators (3.3 KV
and above)
Series Reactors (Part II)
Internal fuses and internal over pressure disconnectors for shunt capacitors

Tests and Test Reports

All tests shall be conducted in accordance with the latest edition of


IS: 2834.
Type test certificates for similar capacitor units shall be furnished
with the unit.
Tests on control panel as per specification shall be conducted.
Routine test certificates for bought out components shall be
submitted.
Spares
Bidder shall submit a list of spares recommended by him for the capacitor
installation for 2 years of service. Item wise price shall be quoted.

a.

Rating Plate
The following information shall be given on the rating plate of each capacitor
unit.

Reference to IS.
b. Manufacturers name and or trade mark
c. Manufacturers Identification Number
d. Rated output in kVA
e. Rated Voltage
f.
Rated Frequency in Hertz
g. Upper Limit of temperature category
h. No. of phases
i.
Connection Symbol
j.
Discharge Device
k. Type of Dielectric
l.
Reference to Self Heating Design
m. Total Weight
n. Type of Impregnant

LOW VOLTAGE POWER AND CONTROL CABLES


Scope
- Manufacture, inspection and testing at works, delivery to site and
performance testing of 650/1100V grade electrical cables PVC type for
the system voltage of 415/240 V, 3 phase and neutral and frequency 50
Hz.
Applicable Codes and Standards
The following codes and/or standards (latest editions inclusive of all
amendments) are applicable.
Code No.
IS : 694
IS : 1554 (Part I)

Title
PVC insulated cables (for
voltage up to 1100 V)
PVC insulated heavy duty electric cables for working
voltage up to and including 1100 volts

IS : 5831
Code No.
IS : 6474
IS : 8130
IS : 3975
IS : 10810
IS : 3961 (Part II)
IS : 1753
IS : 10418
IS : 2633
IS : 209

PVC insulation and sheath of


electric cables
Title
Polyethylene insulation and
sheath for electric cables
Conductors for insulated electric
cables
Mild Steel wires, strips and tapes for armouring of
cables
Methods of test for cables
Recommended current ratings for cables PVC
insulated and PVC sheathed heavy duty cables
Aluminum Conductors for insulated cables
Specification for drums of
electric cables
Methods of testing weight, thickness and uniformity
of coating on hot dipped galvanized articles
Specifications for Zinc

LIGHTING SYSTEM
Scope
Manufacture, supply, installation, testing & commissioning of Lighting
fixtures/lamps and accessories required for lighting system.
Codes & Standards
Electrical lighting fittings general and Safety
Requirements
Code of practice for industrial lighting
Calculation of co-efficient of utilisation
Industrial lighting fittings with metal reflectors
Decorative lighting outfits
Dust proof electric lighting fittings

IS:1913/BS:4533

Dust tight electric lighting fittings


Flood lights
Luminaries for street lighting
Water tight electric lighting fittings
Bayonet lamp holders

IS:4013
IS:10322/BS:4533
IS:10322 Part 5
IS:3553/BS:4533, 5225 (1)
IS:1258/BS:EN61184
/IEC:60061
IS:10276/BS:EN 60238
IS:3323

Edison screw lamp holders


Bi-Pin Lamp holders for tubular Fluorescent
lamps
Starters for fluorescent lamp
Holders for starters for tubular Fluorescent
lamps
Ballast for use in fluorescent lighting
Fittings
Transistorised ballast for fluorescent lamps
Ballast for HP mercury vapour lamp
Capacitors for use in fluorescent, HPMV & LP
sodium vapour discharge circuits

IS:6665
IS:3646 (Part-III)
IS:1777
IS:5077
IS:4012

IS:2215/BS:EN 60155
IS:3324/BS:EN60400 /
IEC:60400
IS:1534 (Part 1)/BS:EN
60920 and 60921
IEC:60082
IS:7027
IS:6616
IS:1569/BS:EN61048 and
61049/IEC:60586

Vitreous enamel reflector for tungsten filament


lamp
Tubular fluorescent lamps
High pressure mercury vapour lamps
Tungsten filament general electric lamps
Cast acrylic sheets for use in Luminaries
Screwless terminal and electrical connections
for lighting fittings
High pressure sodium vapour lamps
Emergency lighting units
Ignition proof enclosures, dust-tight for elect.
Equipment
Luminaries (Part I to V)

IS:8017
IS:2418 (Part 1)/BS:EN
60081/IEC:60081
IS:9900/BS:3677/
IEC:60188
IS:418/IEC:60432
IS:7569
IS:10322
IS:9974
IS:9583
IS:11005
IS:10322

Indoor Lighting system


All indoor areas will be provided with A.C. lighting and the same will be
available as long as A.C. supply is healthy.
A. Normal A.C. Lighting.
All indoor and outdoor areas will be provided with A.C. lighting and the same
will be available as long as A.C. supply is healthy.
B. Emergency D.C. Lighting for other areas.
In other areas, at important locations, built in battery operated instalite
fixtures will be provided which will come in service when A.C. supply fails.
The wiring for lighting circuits shall be done by 2:1.5 sq.mm. copper flexible
(red & black colour) wires for phase & neutral and 1: 1.0 sq.mm. green wire
for earthing, run in heavy duty GI conduits for indoor areas. For outdoor
lighting, wiring shall be done by armoured cables.
C. Illumination levels
The illumination levels shall be as given below:
Sr.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

15

Area
Pump house
Battery room
Machinery service area
Offices/conference room
H.V./L.V. switchgear rooms
Plant/Switchyard control rooms
Chemical/general stores
Chemical plant room
Cable basement
All other indoor areas
Outdoor platforms and walkways
Building entrances
Outdoor plant areas
Switchyard and transformer yard
General
On equipment
Roads

Illumination
Level (Lux)
200
150
150
300
250
300
150
200
100
100
50
100
20
10
30
10

1.

Lighting Design & Distribution


A. Lighting Fixtures

The fixtures shall be suitable for operation on a nominal supply of 240V 1 ph


50Hz AC with a voltage variation of + 10% (i.e. 216V to 264V).
All lighting fixtures shall be with lamps and all necessary accessories for
their satisfactory operation.
Each capacitor shall be suitable for operation at 240V + 10% 1 ph 50Hz with
a suitable value of capacitance so as to correct the factor of its
corresponding lamp circuit to the extent of 0.98 lag.
Each fixture shall be complete with 1 four way terminal block for the
connection and looping of incoming & outgoing supply cables. Each terminal
shall be able to accept 2-1.5sq.mm. copper stranded conductors.
Each lighting fixture shall be provided with grounding terminal suitable for
connecting 12 SWG G.I. wire.
Type of Fixtures
I.

Type A : 1 x 36W / 2 x 36W Industrial Indoor fluorescent lighting fittings :


The luminaries shall be complete with mounting bend pipe, electronic ballast
& other accessories.
The luminaries shall consist of channel made from heavy gauge C.R.C.A.
sheet seel. The fitting shall be powder coated and provided with detachable
stoved enameled reflector made from heavy gauge sheet steel. Accessories
such as electronic ballast, P.F. improvement capacitor, and lamp holders etc.
are to be wired upto a terminal block with provision for earthing.

II. Type B :Emergency lighting fixtures :


Emergency lighting fixtures shall be 20W DC operated & rechargeable on AC
supply. In normal case these fixtures shall be connected to AC supply &
remain OFF but in case of power failure the lamp will be switched ON
automatically.
B. Ceiling / exhaust fans:
Ceiling fans shall be 1200 mm sweep in size complete with electronic
regulator.
Domestic exhaust fans shall be installed in admin block & laboratory and
heavy duty industrial exhaust fans in MEP & DFG room. The fans shall be
complete with mounting frame. The fan opening shall be covered by netted
louvers to prevent the access of birds.
Outdoor Lighting System
All outdoor areas will be provided with A.C. lighting and the same will be
available as long as A.C. supply is healthy.
Outdoor lighting shall be done with steel tubular poles of adequate height, at
every 20 to 30 meters to give the required illumination levels. Outdoor
lighting shall be controlled from a lighting panel having a timer switch for
automatic switching On & Off the street lights. In case of failure of the timer
switch the panel shall have a provision by means of AUTO/MANUAL switch
for Manual switching of the street lights.
Street Light Pole
The material of construction of the tubular street light poles shall be either
steel or Aluminum. The street light pole shall comply to be following
The pole shall conform to latest wind loading resistance.

The pole shall have an excellent resistance to atmospheric corrosion


and ground rot.
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Signature of
Contractor

The pole should withstand a minimum vertical load of 16kg per side
at maximum wind speed.
The pole should not deflect more than 7.5% of the above ground
height under full load and maximum wind speed condition.
The pole shall have self draining dia. weeping hole at a height of
150mm from the ground.
A through hole of dia. shall be provided at a height of 300mm
from the ground.

Street Light Pole Accessories


The street light pole shall be 9M long as per IS : 2713(Part II) and flood
light pole of 12 M long as per IS : 2713 ( Part-II). The poles shall be
provided with 2 coats of black bitumen paint from inside as well as outside
and 1 coat of red oxide primer form outside. The pole shall be painted with 2
coats of silver paint after completion of erection work. The installation scope
includes excavation required for pole, construction of 600x600mm concrete
base for pole etc., earthing of pole, junction box & luminaire & laying of
3x2.5 AYY cable from junction box to luminaire from inside of the pole.
The street light pole erection shall be complete with 1 no: 9M/12M long street light pole
1
no: 250W/400W luminaire with HPSV lamp
2 nos : 50mm dia. G.I. conduit sleeves for incoming & outgoing cables upto
J.B.
1.5 M long 20mm dia. Galvanised MS rod earth electrode for earthing of
each pole
Loop-in-loop-out type weatherproof Junction box with terminal
blocks
suitable for terminating 4X16 sq.mm. AYFY incoming cable & fuse. The
Junction box shall be earthed from the same rod by 25 sq.mm. G.I. stranded
wire.
The lighting cable shall be laid underground at a depth of minimum 750 mm
below ground level with a protection of sand & bricks.
Street Light Luminaire :
The fitting shall be single piece drawn aluminum housing with built in bright
anodized reflector with a provision to control distribution of light on street
side conforming to IS 10322 Part 5 / Sec1 : 1987 and complete with
gasketing, heavy duty copper wound ballast & PF capacitor, die cast
aluminum pole mount arrangement having aesthetic finish and hinged
toughned glass lamp shield.
U clamps are to be provided on to the control gear housing with 2 nuts for
firm gripping to the supporting pole bracket of maximum angle at which
fitting can be installed.
Busbars and Terminals
All busbars shall be electro-tinned copper busbar. Multi-terminals busbars
shall be provided for neutral and earth circuits. Each single-phase of a threephase DB shall have its own neutral and earth terminals.
The earth terminal shall be suitable for internal and external connection. If
the earthing terminal has a stem or bolt to receive a cable socket, it shall
not be less than 6mm diameter for incoming rating up to 100A, nor less than
8mm diameter for rating exceeding 100A.
When the earth terminal is of steel, it shall be plated for protection against
corrosion.
Earthing screws or bolts shall be hexagon headed.

Protection Against Electric Shock


DBs shall be provided with appropriate constructional measures to protect
against electric shock by direct contact or indirect contact. Electrical
continuity of the protective circuit and exposed metal parts shall be ensured
by effective interconnection either directly or by means of protective
conductors.
Quality Assurance
Components incorporated in the DBs shall comply with their relevant
standard specifications.
Specifications
Standard

IEC 60439-3

Rated Voltage

240/415V 50Hz

Short-circuit Strength

10kA

Degree of Protection

IP 42 minimum

LOCAL PUSH BUTON STATIONS


Scope
Manufacture, inspection and testing at vendors works, delivery to site,
installation & commissioning of industrial Local Control Stations.
Standards
The design, manufacture and performance of the equipment to be
supplied under the scope of this specification shall comply with latest
revisions of relevant Indian standards IS 8623 & IS 4237.
-

The design and workmanship shall be in accordance with best


engineering practices as applicable to electrical equipment enclosures

PARTICULAR (TECHNICAL) SPECIFICATIONS FOR MECHANICAL WORKS


Scope of Work
General
The scope of work for the bidder under this component of the scheme
include supply erection, testing and commissioning of Mechanical Works
for 1 MLD STP. The bidder should provide his rates as per Bill of
Quantities given in the tender document. The contractor shall carry out
his work as per guidelines and specifications given in this tender
document. The various Mechanical and Electrical items for which the
contractor has to submit his technical and price bids are given herein.
In case of any allied missing item the decision of ENGINEER-IN-CHARGE /
MCH shall be followed accordingly.
Wherever reference is made to Indian Standard Specifications, the latest
specifications shall be applied. The Scope of Work for which the bidder has
to submit his Technical and Price Bid is given below.
Scope of Work For Mechanical Items

1.
2.

The components of Mechanical works of the Sewage Treatment Plant for the
bidder are as under:
Gates
Mechanical screen channels

3.
4.

Mechanical grit chambers


Raw sewage pumps

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

Decanters
Sludge pumps
Blowers
Diffusers
Centrifuge
Poly-electrolyte Dosing System
Chain pulley block and hoist girder
Chlorination system
Instrumentation

As Built Drawings
After construction and commissioning of all Electrical (equipment associated
panels) & Mechanical works mentioned above for STP, the contractor shall
submit the five complete sets of As-built Drawings to MCH. The As-built
Drawings are the Detailed Engineering Drawings showing the actual details
on which the Fabrication/Erection has been carried out. The contractor shall
have to obtain approval of the As-built Drawings from MCH.
Activity Bar Chart
The successful contractor/bidder shall submit Activity Bar Chart, giving Time
Schedule for each activity. The project activities shall be based on this Bar
Chart, after it has been approved by ENGINEER-IN-CHARGE / MCH.
Whenever there is a deviation from the approved Bar Chart, a revised Bar
Chart shall be submitted by the Contractor. During the project duration the
updated Bar Chart shall be submitted to the MCH every month.
General Requirements for Mechanical Works
This section covers mainly the job requirements before and after the supply
of mechanical equipment at site and before/after start of work. This section
also covers the liabilities of the contractor and the quality standards that the
contractor has to maintain for the work to be carried out by him.
Pre-Requisites Before The Supply Of Equipment
Submission of Drawings/design sheets/Data sheets
Drawing Submission

ii)

The Contractor shall submit the detailed drawings for review and approval of
the Engineer-in-Charge / MCH.
i)
Detailed Design Calculation sheets for electrical and mechanical
works/equipment
General arrangement drawings for all equipment to be supplied.
iii)
Technical Specification sheets showing rating, make and quantity of
various components used in a specific mechanical/electrical item.
Form of Drawings
Every drawing shall be clearly readable having a title block in the bottom
right corner showing.
Client
Contractor
Equipment Manufacturer
Project Name

Municipal Council Hingoli

Drawing Title
Drawing Number
Revision Number
Date of submission
Date of approval
Approval of Drawings/Documents/Technical Data Sheets

Drawings will either be approved by ENGINEER-IN-CHARGE / MCH or


he will convey comments that contractor shall incorporate by modifying
the drawings accordingly.
The review of design calculations and drawings shall be carried out
only in respect of orientation and sizes of important members, general
design principles and approach, adherence to requirements of the
relevant IS or other statutory codes, compliance with the technical
specifications given in the tender document, general or specific notes
and with the requirements of good engineering practice. Check for any
interference and taking remedial action is the responsibility of the
contractor.
Approval by the ENGINEER-IN-CHARGE / MCH of the contractors
design or drawings shall not relieve the contractor of any of the
contractual obligations or liabilities under the contract or his
responsibilities for correctness of dimensions, material of construction,
weights, quantities, design details, assembly fits, performance
particulars and conformity of the supplies with the Indian statutory
laws as may be applicable.
Should it be found at any time after approval has been given by the
MCH that any drawings or documents submitted by contractor are not
consistent with any technical data, drawings or documents submitted
or approved previously or substantially deviate from any major aspect
of the contract, then such alterations or additions as may be deemed
necessary by the MCH shall be made therein by the contractor and the
works carried out accordingly without any extra cost.
The contractor shall make no revision after a design, drawing or
documents is approved by the EIC. In case the contractor desires to
incorporate any amendments in an approved drawing, he shall resubmit the same for formal approval giving reason for the change
required.

Tests and Inspection before supply of equipment


Prior to the supply of any equipment, the contractor shall submit a schedule
to MCH for inspection of shop tests to be carried out at the manufacturers
factory from where the equipment is supposed to be brought/supplied. The
contractor shall inform MCH at least 15 days prior to the commencement of
the shop tests for the equipment he wishes to supply as per the schedule of
supply of equipment. MCH shall either witness the tests or representative
authorized by him shall witness the tests.
Shop Tests
For the shop test to be witnessed by MCH, a list showing all necessary tests
and mentioning their respective significance shall be submitted by the
contractor for his consideration and if some additional tests or changes are
required as deemed by the MCH, the same shall be incorporated by the
contractor.

For tests carried out at the manufacturers factory, relevant test certificates
shall accompany the supply of equipment, however, two copies of test
certificates shall be provided by the contractor immediately to the MCH at
the time of completion of the shop test. Some of the equipment may have to
be tested for certain parameters only when installed in position at site. The
MCH or his representative reserves the right to visit manufacturers
workshop or at site on his own without informing the contractor. Where
certificates are required by the specification or relevant reference standard,
the original and one copy of each such certificate shall be provided by the
contractor.

Final Tests at Site


Final tests shall be carried out at Site after successful installation and
commissioning of the equipments. MCH shall either witness the tests or
representative authorized by him shall witness the tests. These tests shall be
carried out to establish the guaranteed figures given by the contractor at the
time of submission of the bid. Penalty as per the clauses applicable to
equipments shall be applicable for any failure to achieve the guaranteed
figures.
Pre-Requisite along with supply of equipment
Submission of Document related to Installation, Operation and
Maintenance
The contractor shall submit 5 copies of instructions/operation and
maintenance manual to the MCH at the time of delivery of items at site.

Information supplied by the Manufacturers employed by the


contractor shall be coordinated into the comprehensive manual. The
instruction manual shall describe the installation as a whole and shall
give a step by step procedure for any operation likely to be carried
out during the life of each item of the plant including the erection,
commissioning, testing, operation maintenance, dismantling and
repair.

Where applicable, fault location charts shall be included to facilitate


tracing the cause of malfunction of breakdown.

A section dealing with procedures for ordering spares shall also be


included in the instruction manual.

Technical Specifications of equipment

Schedule of preventive, maintenance, calibration and repair


instructions.

Parts list and spare parts recommendations

Safety precautions to be furnished while handling different units and


First aid instructions

Dos and donts in equipment operation. Operators attention shall be


drawn to all operations considered to be dangerous to operate or
likely to cause damage to the plant.

A complete list of recommended lubricants, oils and their charts.


Pre-Requisite after Completion of Supply of Equipment

Contractor shall make arrangements for proper storage of the


equipment supplied by him at site before being installed at their
respective positions

All equipment shall be installed in full accordance with the equipment


manufacturers recommendations and good practice. Sufficient notice
shall be given to the MCH prior to equipment installation in order that
the MCH or his representative may be present during installation.

Some of the equipment may have to be tested for certain parameters


only when installed in position at site.
Contractor shall also submit a proper commissioning schedule for
commissioning of the STP as agreed by the ENGINEER-IN-CHARGE /
MCH. The commissioning of machinery shall be run in order to ensure
the normal functioning of the plant to the satisfaction of EIC. The
problems faced shall be trouble-shooted immediately.
Final test certificates carried out during the construction or on
completion of the whole works/at the successful commissioning of the
equipment shall be submitted within seven days of the completion of
the test.

Tests on items of Plant during Erection

Devices and equipment shall be checked for correct functional


performance in accordance with apparatus rating, operating sequence
and code requirements. All motor shall be checked and adjust for
correct direction of rotation. Loading of circuits and feeders in panel
boards shall be checked and balanced. Contractor shall provide eight
copies of above data for approval.

Interior installation and distribution systems, 600 volts and less, shall
be tested for insulation resistance after all wiring is completed and
fixtures and equipment are connected being ready for use. Tests shall
be made with an instrument capable of measuring accurately the
resistance involved and having a voltage rating as specified by IS.
Heading shall be taken after the high voltage test of insulation
resistance between conductors and also between each conductor and
ground.

The contractor shall carry out all tests on plant witnessed by the MCH
or his authorised representative and shall supply two copies of all test
results to the MCH. All tests shall be to the satisfaction of the
ENGINEER-IN-CHARGE / MCH /authorized representative appointed
by him who may require tests to be repeated prolonged or modified
as may be necessary to ensure that any or all items of plant confirm
with the contract.

If during or after testing any item of plant fails to achieve its intended
duty or otherwise proves defective, it shall be modified or altered as
necessary and re-tested and re-inspected as required by the MCH
and the contractor shall bear all costs for such rectification/
modification/replacement work.

The MCH or his representative will have the power to omit, add,
modify or adjust during stages of erection of any item of work as may
be necessary or expedient for the work. No claim for compensation or
damage will be entertained on the account of such changes.
Commissioning and Testing
Commissioning shall commence after installation of all equipment and their
installation checks carried out successfully and inspected/approved by the
MCH s or his authorised representative.
Ground Tests

Ground readings shall not exceed 5 ohms and tested as per I.S.
3043.
After installation and before placing in service, the system shall be
given a high potential test by applying alternating or direct current

between each conductor of the system as one terminal consisting of


the ground. Prior to making the test, the wires and cables shall be

disconnected from the equipment. The method, voltage, length of


time shall be in accordance with the cable manufacturers and I.S.I.
Standards.
Special Tools and Accessories
All special tools, equipment, or accessories required for the installation and
maintenance for plant equipment as well as five sets of copies each of
instruction manuals necessary for the proper use of such tools, equipment or
accessories shall be provided by the equipment manufacturer.
Quality Assurance From Contractors Side
The contractor shall provide all the required labour, permanent equipment
and materials, tools, safety equipment, transportation and test equipment
for supplying, installing, adjusting and fully testing all the mechanical work
shown on the approved drawings or included in the tender document or
ordered by the MCH.
Standards
All mechanical equipment and the materials used shall comply with the
relevant Indian Standards unless a more rigorous requirement is specifically
stipulated. If no applicable Indian Standard is available for any item of
equipment or materials, the specifications will be decided by EIC. In every
situation the latest specifications, standards etc. shall supply unless
otherwise stated.
Packing and Transport
The equipment shall be transported to site packed in wooden crates. They
shall be wrapped with polythene sheets to prevent damage to the finish.
Materials and Workmanship
All equipment furnished under this or allied sections shall be new and
guaranteed to be free from defects in materials, design and workmanship. If
inadequate information is provided in the specifications, it shall be the
contractors responsibility to ascertain the conditions and service under
which the equipment is required to operate and to warrant accordingly that
operation under such conditions shall be successful. All parts of the
equipment shall be adequately proportioned to safely withstand all stresses
that may occur or be induced in them during fabrication, erection and
intermittent or continuous operation.
All equipment shall be designed, fabricated and assembled in accordance
with the latest standards and workshop practice. Individual parts shall be
manufactured to standard sizes and gauges so those spares, furnished at
any time, can be installed in the field. Corresponding parts of duplicate units
shall be fully interchangeable. Equipment shall not have been in service at
any time prior to delivery, except as required for tests.
All materials used shall be appropriate for the service conditions, iron
castings shall be tough, close-grained grey iron free from blowholes, flaws or
excessive shrinkage and shall comply with the requirements of IS 210.
Except where otherwise specified structural and miscellaneous fabricated
steel used in items of equipment shall conform to the relevant Indian

Standards. All structural members shall be considered as subject to shock or


vibratory loads.

Painting

Shop painting should conform to the standard requirements. Electric


motors, gears, starters and other similar self-contained or enclosed
components shall be shop primed and finished with high-grade, oilresistant acrylic enamel or other coating approved in writing by the
MCH. Surfaces that will be accessible after assembly shall be painted
or otherwise protected before assembly by a method that provides
effective protection throughout the expected economic life of the
equipment.

Unless otherwise required in the detailed equipment specification,


surfaces to be painted at the paint site shall be shop-painted with
one or more coats of a primer, which will adequately protect the
equipment until finishing coats, are supplied at site.

Machined and polished metallic surfaces that are not to be painted


shall be coated with an approved rust-preventive compound.

Before applying paint, the surfaces to be painted shall be cleaned and


shall be free from rust, dust, oil etc. The painting shall be with two
coats of zinc rich/chrome primer and two coats of finish paint. Each
coat shall not be less than 50 micron.

Contractor shall provide the required painting for all unfinished


surfaces of electrical materials, including supports.
All scratched or marred surfaces shall be refinished with touch-up paint to
match the original finish.
Equipment Guarantee
This requirement shall conform to the conditions given in volume 1 of the
tender document. Unless specified otherwise elsewhere, the Contractor shall
furnish and replace at no cost to the MCH any component of the equipment
that is defective or shows undue wear upto one year from the date of testing
and commissioning of STP. In addition to performance guarantees,
processes or systems shall comply with the requirements stipulated in the
relevant sections of the specifications.
Liability Of The Contractor

The contractor shall obtain and pay for the required


bonds,
insurances licenses, permits and inspections and pay all taxes, fees
and utility charges that shall be required for the mechanical/electrical
works.

If during the period of erection, Contractor or his workmen damage


willingly or accidentally any part of the building structure or materials
without written permission of the MCH, the contractor shall be
completely responsible for the damages and he will have to make
rectification/replacement at his own cost.

Incidental items not included in the tender drawing and


specifications, that can legitimately and reasonably be inferred to
belong to the electrical work shall be provided by the Contractor at
no additional cost to the MCH. The decision of the ENGINEER-INCHARGE
/ MCH in this matter shall be final.

All equipment and materials shall be of latest design and standard


products of established manufacturers.

The equipment approval at the factory only allows the manufacturer


to ship the equipment to the project site. The contractor shall be
responsible for the proper installation and satisfactory start-Up
operation of the equipment in accordance with the manufacturers

requirement and to the satisfaction of the MCH. After proper


installation, the performance of each equipment shall be tested
according to the Data Sheets enclosed with the tender. The penalty
shall be imposed in case the performance is not satisfactory.
Inspection of the equipment at the factory by the MCH or his
representative will be made after the manufacturer has performed
satisfactory checks, adjustment tests and operations.
Contractor shall make arrangement of all power required during the
construction period.
The contractor shall be absolutely and solely responsible for damages
due to accidents, injuries or losses, occurring to any person and
property by his employees involved in the execution of the work.

Instrumentation for Wastewater and Sludge Flow Measurement


The flow of Waste Water in STP shall be measured using an open channel
flow measuring system. The flow through the parshall / venturi flume shall
be measured using temperature compensated ultrasonic techniques. Sludge
flow shall be measured using an electromagnetic flow meter. Sludge Flow
meter shall be located at outlet of Sludge sumps. A local indicator shall be
provided to read instantaneous flow rate in cum/hr as well as a Totaliser in
MLD. Provision for the remote indication shall also be provided at a distance
of 100 m for all the Flow Meters.
Waste water flow meter or any other flow measuring device is to be provided
at a suitable location in the STP. However, it should fit in the proposed
hydraulics.
Ultrasonic flow meter in open channel (For wastewater)
Electro Magnetic Sludge Flow meter
Online DO meter

1 No.
1 No.
1 No

Level switches (Sludge sump, Dosing tanks)

1 No.

Level Transmitters

1 No.

SCADA system and Computer

1 No

PLC panel

1 No

Ultrasonic Flow Meter


Service
Type of channel
Overall accuracy of
Measurement loop selection
Interfacing with auto Sampler

: Measurement of flow through STP


: Open - rectangular
: +/-1 of full scale with facility for
range
: Required necessary hardware and
: software shall be provided

Level Measuring Unit


Type

: Ultrasonic

Mounting

: On flow channel

Output
Enclosure material

: 4-20m A DC
: Die cast aluminum

Integral cable and sensor


Weather protection

: Required
: IP-65 of IS 13947

Flow Computer and Transmitter


Type

: Microprocessor based

Mounting

: Field

Input

: From level measuring unit

Output

: 4-20m A DC

Unit of display

: Flow rate m3/hr


Totalized flow - ML
: Required

Facility to see data like the type


Of Channel, channel dimensions
Engg. Unit, dead band etc,
weather Protection

: IP-65 of IS 13947

Remote Flow Indicator and Integrator


Type

: Electronic (combined unit)

Display

: Digital, seven segment backlit


LCD/LED display
: 14 mm or higher
: 4-20 Ma-DC (Isolated) from flow
Transmitter
: Required (shall be key operated)

Display height
Input
Zero & span adjustment
Manual reset facility For flow
Integrato Engineering units for
Flow rate indicator
Flow integrator

: m /hr
: ML and Litres

Accuracy

: +-0.25% of span

Power supply to Transmitters


Battery back-up for Integrator
Retransmission output
Weather protection

:
:
:
:

Electromagnetic Flow meter


General Service

Required
Required
4-20 Ma proportional to flow rate
IP-5D of IS 13947

: flow measurement in pumping


main for sludge

Overall accuracy of
Measurement loop

: +-0.5% of full scale

Flow Sensor/Transmitter
Type

: Full bore electromagnetic type

Sensor
Transmitter Housing
Process connection
Weather protection
Flow indication

: As per ISO
: Die-Cast Aluminum with Glass
Window
: Flanged
: IP68 (Sensor)/
IP65(Transmitter) of IS 13947
: Back lit LCD/LED display of 3 line
To indicate Actual Flow rate, Forward
& Reverse Flow Direction, Total Flow
Indication with Status Indication

Volume-01
Page - 130

Signature of
Contractor

Remote Flow Indicator and Integrator

15.5

Type

: Electronic (combined unit)

Display

: Digital, 3 Line Backlit


LCD/LED DISPLAY

Digit height

: 14mm or higher

Input
Engineering units for
Flow Rate indicator
Flow Integrator

: 4 -20 ma proportional to flow rate

Weather protection

: IP-52 of IS 13947

: m /hr
: ML

LIST OF IS CODES

15.5.1

List of IS Codes for Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Works


The following list includes the various Indian Standards that are very
commonly referred to and used for the works included in this tender. These
standards are to be strictly adhered to unless otherwise is applicable in the
relevant context. These standards are to be followed both in respect of
materials and execution of mechanical and electrical engineering works
included in the tenders.
The list is not exhaustive but contains only the standards that are very
frequently used. If a standard exists for a particular item of material or
equipment or code of practice the same shall be followed whether the same
is included in this list, specifications, other parts of the tender documents or
not.
Some
Indian
Standards
are
referred
to
in
the
specifications/drawings/other parts of the tender documents and they are
supplementing the list if they do not find a place in the list.

IS CODE
IS: 5600
IS: 4771
IS: 3846
IS: 1536
IS: 1538
IS: 780
IS: 2906
IS: 2041
IS: 226
IS: 2062
IS: 816
IS:
IS:
IS:
IS:

823
1030
1875
3109

Title/Description
e and drainage pumps
on resistance iron castings
ron castings (part-1)
re pipe for water, gas and sewage centrifugally cast (spun) iron
re pipes for water, gas and sewage cast iron fittings
valves for water works purposes (50 to 300 mm sizes)
valves for water works purposes (300 to 1200 mm sizes)
plates for pressure vessel
ural steel
ble structural steel
metal are welding for general construction in mild steel, code of
practice
l metal arc welding of mild steel, code of practice
n steel castings for general purposes
n steel billets, slabs and bars for forging
ated load chain for pulley blocks and other appliances

IS: 2429
IS: 6280
IS: 3042
IS CODE
IS: 3443
SP30
IS: 3588
IS: 4237
IS: 10118
IS: 4047
IS:
IS:
IS:
IS:
IS:
IS:
IS:

8828
2208
3043
325
1231
2223
2253

IS: 4691
IS:
IS:
IS:
IS:
IS:
IS:

4889
4722
4029
4729
9046
375

steel short link chains (electric butt welded)


e screens
faced sluice gate
Title/Description
rail sections
al electrical code
low fan
al requirement of switch gear and control gear for voltages not
exceeding1000 V.A.C or 1200 V.D.C
of practice for installation and maintenance of switch gear
duty air break switches and composite units of air break
switches and fuses for voltage not exceeding 1000V
ure air-break circuit breaks for AC voltage not exceeding 1000V
artridge fuses
of practice for earthing
phase induction motors
sions of three phase, foot mounted induction motors
sions of flange mounted induction motors
of construction of mounting arrangement of rotating electrical
machinery
es of protection provided by enclosures for rotating electrical
machinery
d of determination of efficiency of electrical machines
ng electrical machines
for testing 3 phase induction motors
on electrical machines, vibration of measurement and evaluation
ntractors
g and arrangement for switchgear busbar, main connections
and Auxiliary wiring

TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS/SCOPE
:
FOR
OPERATION
AND
MAINTENANCE (TRIAL RUN)
Scope of Work, Special Instructions / Responsibilities of Tenderer /
Bidder
Scope of Work
The contractor is to operate, maintain and monitor the performance of 15
MLD for STP. The scope of work is given below but not limited to the
following. This may include other incidental items of work connected with
the regular operation of plant as decided by Engineer in Charge (EIC) from
time to time. Trial run period is for 3 Months after commissioning.
The contractor shall ensure proper running of the plant to give the desired
effluent standards i.e. BOD less than 5 mg/l, COD less than 100 mg/l,Total
Nitrogen less than 10 mg/l, Total Phosphate less than 1 mg/l, TSS less
than 10 mg/l, Faecal coliform less than 100 MPN/ 100ml. The contractor
shall also be responsible for overall maintenance of the plant i.e. civil,
electrical, mechanical systems. The contractor shall also be responsible for
all repairs of equipment/machinery.
The contractor shall monitor the quality of influent and effluent. The
contractor shall intimate and take adequate action to ensure smooth and
satisfactory performance/running of the plant.
The contractor shall prepare and implement an effective plant maintenance
programme in consultation with Engineer-in-Charge. It shall be absolutely
contractors responsibility to look after all sorts of maintenance whether
preventive or break down. The contractor shall maintain the operational
activity record as prescribed in this volume.

i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
vi.
vii.
viii.
ix.
x.

xii.
xiii.
xiv.
xv.

The contractor shall be responsible for keeping updated record of documents


including History-Card for equipment and maintaining every day logbook
relating to running of machinery, consumption of energy, fuel, biogas, and
other consumables etc. and various analysis performed. The contractor shall
record and maintain the operation and maintenance data of atleast following
units of STP on performance to be decided by Engineer-in-charge, in
consultation with the contractor.
Daily status record of STP
Daily flow record
Daily sampling record
Operation record of mechanical screens
Operation records of Pumps
Operation record of Mechanical Degritting unit/grit channel
Operation record of Sludge Pumps
Operation record of Blowers
Operation record of substation including power cut records etc
Operation record of Centrifuges.
xi.
Performance/evaluation sheet of the Sequential Batch Reactor system
STP.
Performance data of Sequential Batch Reactor system
Record of sludge discharge
Record of all repairs and replacements of parts/equipments
Any other allied works required by MCH during O&M.

The contractor shall prepare proper equipment wise log books and submit a

daily report of plant regarding functioning of all units of plant.


The contractor shall be responsible to carry out day to day as well as
periodic maintenance necessary to ensure smooth and efficient
performance/running of all equipment/instruments installed at the STP. The
contractor shall hand over the machinery & site to the department after
expiry of the contract period in good running condition.
The contractor shall also be responsible for proper upkeep of office building
block at STP site.
He shall be responsible for proper maintenance of all the pumps and allied
items including Bar Screens, Sewage pumps, Gates, Mechanical Degritter,
blowers, Sludge Pumps, Centrifuges etc.
The Contractor shall be responsible for maintenance of streetlight, poles &
fixtures also.
The sewerage system, roads and pathways provided
treatment plant shall be maintained properly.

at the sewage

Round the Clock watch and ward of the entire premises including
plants/machinery etc. will also be the responsibility of the contractor.
The entire STP premises including Administration building will be kept neat
and clean.
The records maintained by the contractors shall be produced periodically to
the Engineer-in-charge for proper monitoring as desired by him.
General Terms & Conditions
The contractor is to keep their staff engaged continuously without any break
for Operation, Maintenance and Monitoring of STP & its pumping station, 24
Hours a day, 365 days in a year.
The contractor will also supply all consumables including chemicals and
reagents. The contractor will employ its own staff for testing purpose.
However the department will be at liberty to get random sampling & testing
done on its own or from any other agency, to the entire satisfaction of
Engineer-in-charge. In case of testing from other agency, charges will be
borne by MCH.
Plant and equipment covered under this contract shall be totally attended to
by the contractor including any Trouble Shooting to ensure smooth and
trouble free operation.
For effective maintenance of STP, the contractor shall employ sufficient staff
with proper qualification. For his guidance the pattern and no. of minimum
staff to be engaged is described in this chapter.
The contractor shall take operational measures that there shall be no
flooding of STP area.

The contractor shall abide by all central/state govt./Semi govt./Local Bodies


rules regulations, pertaining to this contract, without any extra cost.

In the event of any damage/loss of life/theft of property, due to negligence


on the part of contractor, the contractor shall be solely responsible and liable
for compensation and damages, regarding negligence and the decision of
Engineer-in-charge shall be final.
The site will be open for inspection by the designated officers/official of the
MCH at all times during the contract period.
The staff employed will be provided with all the required safety equipments.
It shall be ensured that full safety measures are taken by the staff on duty.
Staff employed shall be experienced and trained to handle the respective
job/equipment.
Financial Terms and Conditions
During the trial run for stabilization and monitoring period, Electricity
charges will be borne by the MCH. The electricity charges will be paid
directly to the electricity department by the MCH on actual basis as per
electricity bill. Bidder will provide all other consumable materials and
required staff for Operation & Maintenance.
The spares required shall not be used by the contractor as the machinery is
within the guarantee period.
All sorts of Tool & Plant, required for proper trial run of the plant, shall be
arranged by the contractor at his own cost.
Description of Staffing
Details of minimum staff required to be employed for the operation and
maintenance during trial run of the sewage treatment plant is given below.
However, additional staff, if required for proper operation and maintenance
of STP, will be provided by the contractor without any additional charges.
Sl.
No
1

Personnel

No.

Main Task of the Personnel

Plant Manager

JE(E&M)

Lab Technician

Operators
(ITI Qualified)

Electrician
(ITI Qualified)

Coordination of activities for satisfactory


performance of the STP, STP & pumping
station and reporting to the Engineer-incharge and responsible for the proper
functioning
&
maintenance,
data
collection of STP & Pumping Station.
Responsible for daily O&M, electrical and
mechanical equipment of the STP data
collection.
Daily analysis of samples of STP and
fixing of chlorine doses
Execution of specific tasks as indicated by
the JE (E&M) for operating the different
installation of STP.
Responsible for maintenance of electrical
equipment.

Fitter (Mech.)
(ITI Qualified)
Sweeper/Casual
labour
Watchman

1
6

Responsible
for
maintenance
of
mechanical equipment.
Assistance to operator for cleaning of grit
chambers/channels,
removal
of
screenings and sludge handling etc.
To protect the plant from the trespassers,
animals etc.

General Operation & Maintenance Procedures during trial run


Collection Of Data
Data collection is carried out under the supervision of qualified staff and as
per instructions of the Engineer-in-Charge / MCH. The responsible
employee of the contractor will indicate the details of sample locations
timings on the sample template.
During routine monitoring, samples of influent, effluent and sludge are
analysed based on the Analysis Schedule given in the following Table for
the given parameters.
Table 1.2 Analysis Schedule
Sl.
No

Description of
sample

Frequency

Location
of
sampling

Type of
sample

Tests to be
done.

Waste water
sample

Influent waste
water.

Three times
a week

Before
screening

Composite

On Every Sample
Temp, pH,
BOD TOT,
BOD.FIL, COD
TOT, COD FIL,
TSS,VSS,
On One sample
per week
Alkalinity,
Sulphate,
Sulphide, VFA,
Feacal Coliform

Influent waste
water.

Three times
a week

Before
screening

Grab

Temp, pH,BOD
TOT, BOD.FIL,
COD TOT, COD
FIL, TSS,VSS,

Sl.
No

Effluent waste
water

Description of
sample

Three times
a week

Frequency

After
Chlorine
contact
tank.

Location
of
sampling

Composite

On Every Sample
Temp, pH,
BOD TOT, BOD.FIL,
COD TOT, COD FIL,
TSS,VSS,

Type of
sample

On One sample
per week
Alkalinity,
Tests to be
done.

Effluent waste
water

Three times
a week

After
Chlorine
contact
tank.

Grab

Effluent from Cyclic


Activated Sludge
system.

Once in a
week for
each basin.

Effluent
gutter

Grab

Sulphate,
Sulphide, VFA,
Feacal Coliform
Temp, pH,
BOD TOT,
BOD.FIL, COD
TOT, COD FIL,
TSS,VSS,
Temp, pH,
BOD TOT,
BOD.FIL, COD
TOT, COD FIL,
TSS,VSS,
Alkalinity,
Sulphate,
Sulphide, VFA,
Feacal Coliform

Once in a
week from
each Sludge
sump.
Fortnightly

Sludge
sump

Grab

TSS, VSS

Centrifuge

Grab

Moisture content,
NPK value.

Sludge Sample
From sludge sump.

Dried sludge.

The composite sample, wherever specified, mean a sample prepared by


taking sample every two hours and mixing them in proportion of the flow.
Timings for grab samples are to be decided by Engineer-In-charge.

Monitoring
Monitoring for the performance and functioning of all components of plants
shall be done based on data collected. The monthly consolidated report of
assessment prepared after monitoring shall be submitted to Engineer-inCharge. On completion of trial run period the consolidated report of the
whole period i.e. of eighteen months shall be submitted before winding up
of the contract.
General Operation and Maintenance of Various Units of the STP

Complete Operation & Maintenance during trial run of the plant and allied
utilities, as per scope of work defined in this tender is the responsibility of
the contractor. General operation of some of the units is discussed below to
keep the plant intact and keep the units functional without any trouble. For
remaining units/equipments, if any, procedures as directed by Engineer-inCharge shall be followed.
Operation and maintenance activities during trial run common
to all the units.
The concrete Works/brick works/other civil works shall be checked
regularly and repaired as and when required.

All metal works e.g. railing, staircase, chequered plates, valves, rungs etc
shall be painted as and when required.
Overflowing of various units shall be checked regularly.
It shall be checked daily that all the units / equipment are operational.
Disposal of screened waste, scum, grit removed and any other waste shall
be done to the earmarked dumping site in the STP area.
It shall be checked regularly that all Sluice valve and gates are functioning
properly.
All pipes and bends shall be checked regularly for chock age and cleaned if
required.
Lubrication of all the moving parts of equipment / gates / valves regularly as
per instructions of manufacturer or earlier if required shall be done.
Greasing and glancing of equipment/ gates/valves regularly as per
instructions of manufacture or earlier if required shall be done.
All equipments/unit shall be cleaned and repaired regularly.
Weir plates shall be cleaned regularly and their levels shall be kept proper.
Electric
connections
to
checked/repaired regularly.

all

the

machinery/equipment

shall

be

Level float switches shall be checked/repaired regularly for their proper


functioning.
Inlet Chamber
In case of emergencies or when basins are not operational, by-pass the flow
from the Inlet Chamber to the by-pass system (if provided).
Screen Chamber
The Operator should check the correct functioning of the screen and smooth
movement of the rake mechanism at a suitable time interval.
Check that the lifting mechanism of the mechanical screen properly lifts and
dumps the screenings into the hopper and then onto the belt conveyor.
To estimate the quantity of screened waste daily.
Check operation of mechanical screen at no load condition.
Check the operation of rakers and conveyer belt.

The Screens and Mesh Screens are to be painted with approved makes of
epoxy paint every six months. During painting the Screens and Mesh
Screens shall be checked for necessary repairs.

Grit Chamber
Grit chamber is divided into numbers of channels out of these; some of
channels will act as stand-by. After 2 days or as per the quality of
incoming wastewater, the flow of sewage is diverted to the stand-by
channels. The gate to the respective channel is lowered in order to stop
flow.

the
the
grit
the

The used grit channel is first allowed to drain the excess quantity of water
into the drain pit through vertical grit removal pipe. After the channel is
drained, the sewer-men will remove grit from the channels with the help of
shovels and drag the grit into the vertical grit removal pipe and finally the
grit is dumped in the wheelbarrows.
The quantity of grit disposed daily is estimated.
The flow through proportionate weirs shall be noted and recorded.
The sluice valve of the vertical grit removal pipe of the closed grit channel,
will be operated slowly in order to avoid washing out of grit and overflow of
drain channel.
Mechanical Degritting Unit
The correct functioning of the degritting unit shall be checked and smooth
movement of the scrappers, classifier mechanism and organic return pump
shall be ensured.
It shall be checked that the lifting arrangement of the classifier properly lifts
and dumps the grit into the grit removal system provided for this purpose.
The quantity of grit disposed daily shall be estimated.
Splitter box
The Splitter box shall be cleaned regularly.
Check for leakage/blockage of feed inlet pipes especially where they are
connected to the splitter boxes or at their joints.
Cyclic Activated Sludge system
Check Gates and repair whenever necessary.
The floating scum/material at the top water surface of the basins shall be
removed once a day.
Check that all the feed inlet channels are carrying the sewage without
overflow / choking.
Check the performance of the DO probe and calibrate once in 3 months
Check the performance of the Level transmitter.
Check the performance of the Decanter drive motor

Sludge Discharge System


Sludge shall be discharged from each basin automatically by the PLC.
Check the operation of valves at sludge sampling ports. Replace the

non-

functional valve.
The sludge conveying pipes from basin to Sludge sump shall be flushed
every week.
Centrifuge
The sludge feed inlet line shall be flushed with water after every sludge
application.
Drainage pipes shall be checked for clogging and shall be cleaned if
necessary.
Preventive maintenance of the
recommended by the supplier.

Centrifuge

shall

be

carried

out

as

Data Collection
General
Regular records and reports of the STP operations can be used for many
purposes. The collected data serve the plant management to judge on the
performance of the plant and to justify decisions concerning operation and
maintenance. These data shall be used as guide lines by the operating staff
to regulate, adjust and modify the plant facilities and treatment processes.
Record of the Operation and Maintenance Activities During trial run
A. Operational Activities
Performa of the activity records shall be maintained by the contractor to
monitor, guarantee, and sustain the quality of the treatment process. The
activities for the operation of the different units of plant shall be recorded
daily. The records shall be maintained in such a manner that if a particular
activity is performed on a particular day it must be marked in the
appropriate box in the following record sheet.

Sl.No
A
1
2
3
B
1
2
3
4

Table No. 1.3 : Record of Activity Pay / Month wise


Activity during operation
Date
1 2 3 4 .. .. 28 29 30 31
Incoming sewage from Pumping
Station
Record number of pumps in
operation with time
Operate number of pumps as per
incoming flow
Record power supply in Daily Status
Record (DSR)
Inlet and screen chamber
Check overflow in the inlet chamber
By pass sewage if basins are non
operational
Check positioning of the screen
Clean the bar screen and mesh
screen

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Signature of
Contractor

Check proper alignment and


functioning of the Mechanical
screen.
Sl.No
Activity during operation
1
6
7
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
C
1
2
3
D
1
2

E
1
2
3
4
F
1
2
G
1
2
3

NOTE:

Date
.. .. 28 29 30 31

Record the quantity of screenings


removed
Disposal of Screenings
Grit Chamber (Manual)
Make alternate grit channel
operational
Clean and dry the non operational
grit channel
Record the quantity of grit removed
Clean the drain channel
Disposal of grit
Record the flow at proportional weir
Mechanical Degritting Unit
Record the quantity of grit removed
Disposal of grit
Check functioning of Scrapper,
Classifier & Organic return
pump
Splitter Box
Check the overflow of the individual
compartment of splitter box
Check the choking of the
pipes/channels running between
Splitter box and gates
Cyclic activated Sludge system
Clean the inlet channels
Record the nos. of choked feed inlet
pipes/channels
Removal of floating layers of scums
Clean common and combined
effluent channel
Sludge sump and pump
Check sludge consistency
Pump the sludge from sludge sump
to Centrifuge
Centrifge
Clean the inlet valves
Clean the sludge pipes
Check free flow of filtrate to drain
sump
Above Performa is only a guideline. The detailed Performa to be
consultation with MCH.

finalized in

B. Maintenance Activities
Performa of the maintenance records shall be maintained by the contractor
to maintain the proper functioning of the plant. The activities for the
maintenance of the different units of plant shall be recorded weekly. The
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Signature of
Contractor

records shall be maintained in such a manner that if a particular activity is


performed on a particular week it must be marked in the appropriate box in
the following record sheet.

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Page - 142

Signature of
Contractor

Sl.
No

Table No. 1.3.2: Record of Maintenance Schedule Year


Maintenance Activities
(Weekly/Year wise)
1

A.
1

Inlet and Screen chamber


Check concrete works for
erosion and leakages and
repair, if necessary
Manual bar screen

Check the screens and replace


the damaged bars, if necessary
Painting of the screen / bars
Replace the damaged wheel
barrows
Mechanical bar screen
Lubricate all the moving parts
Repair the screen / bars and
replace the damaged parts, if
necessary
Check the operation of rakes
and conveyor belt and repair if
necessary.
Painting of the bars, screen and
rakes.
Mesh screen
Check the damaged mesh and
replace, if necessary
Paint the Mesh screen
Sluice gate
Lubricate all the moving parts
Clean the rubber packing of the
gates
Check/repair the movement of
the spindle
Paint the Mechanical parts
Grit Chamber
Check/repair the positioning of
the proportional weir
Check concrete works for
erosion and leakages and
repair, if necessary
Frequent cleaning of the drain
channel
Painting of railings and ladders
Sluice gate / Valves
Lubricate all the moving parts
Clean the rubber packing of the
gates
Check/repair the movement of
the spindle

2
3

1
2

1
2
1
2
3
4
B.
1
2

3
4
1
2
3

12 13

Sl.
No

Maintenance Activities

(Weekly/Year wise)
1

4
B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
C.
1
2
3
D
1

2
3

4
5
6
7
E
1
2
3
4

Paint the Valves and other


mechanical parts
Mechanical Degritting unit
Clean the Mechanical Degritting
unit
Lubricate all the moving parts
Check/repair the movement of
scrapper
Check/repair the movement of
classifier
Check the movement of organic
return pump
Check/repair electrical
connections & wiring
Painting of railings and ladders
Splitter Box
Lubricate the spindle of valves
Check/repair the movement of
the spindle
Paint the Valves and other
mechanical parts
Cyclic Activated Sludge
system
Check concrete works for
erosion and leakages and
repair, if necessary
Paint all the metal works like
railing, ladders etc.
Check the thickness of floating
material/Scum in the basin.
Remove these floating material
periodically.
Check the outlet pipes for
choking.
Check the movement of
Decanter
Calibrate the DO meter
Check the performance of Level
transmitter
Sludge sump & pump
Grease the spindles of the
valves
Check glands and packings of
the valves, replace if necessary
Clean the sludge pits
Paint valves and chequered
plates

12 13

Sl.
No

Check concrete works for


erosion and leakages and
repair, if necessary
Maintenance Activities

(Weekly/Year wise)
1

6
7
8
F
1

2
3

G
1
2

H
1
2
3
4
5

6
7
8
9

12 13

Check electrical connections &


wiring, remove corrosion
Painting of railings, ladders and
chequered plates
Check pump impeller, motor
etc.
Centrifuge
Check the performance of
Centrifuge and flush with
water.
Check drain pipes for clogging
and clean it, if necessary
Check the Brick works, pointing
and plastering, and repair if
necessary.
Drain sump
Clean the drain sump
Check concrete works for
erosion and leakages and
repair, if necessary
Painting of railings, ladders,
gantry girders and chequered
plates
Intermediate Pumping
Station & Pumps
Grease the spindles of the
valves
Check glands and packings of
the valves, replace if necessary
Clean the wet wells
Paint valves and chequered
plates
Check concrete works for
erosion and leakages and
repair, if necessary
Check electrical connections &
wiring, remove corrosion
Painting of railings, ladders and
chequered plates
Check pressure gauge,
temperature sensor of pumps
Check pump impeller, motor
etc.
NOTE

Above Performa is only a guideline. The detailed Performa to be


consultation with the MCH.

finalized in

Data Recording
Regular recording of the operational and analytical data is to be maintained
by the contractor for activities in the operation and maintenance during trial

run of the plant. The data is to be used to generalise the behaviour of the
various units under the varying condition of the incoming sewage during
various seasonal conditions.
2.0 LIST OF APPROVED MAKES & MATERIALS
S.
No.

Item Description

Civil Works
Cement

2
3

Anti-Termite Treatment
Steel Reinforcement

4
5

Ironmongery
Synthetic paint

6
7
8

Cement Based Paint


Zinc cromate primers
Flush door / Block Board/ Ply

9
10

Glass
Water proofing compound
admixtures

11
12

Dash Fasteners
Concrete ADmixtures

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10

11
12
13
14
15

Sanitory Works
Viterous China Sanitary Ware
Plastic W.C. seats
Plastic Flushing Cistern
G.I. Pipes
G.I. Fittings
C.P. Pillar Cock, Bibcock,
Stopcock and other CP Fittings
Brass Bib & Stop Cock
Gun Metal Valves
Soil, Waste and Rainwater pipes
and fittings/Sand Cast Iron Pipes
& Fittings
Unplasticised PVC Pipes

Self Sustaining Breathing


Apparatus
Gas Mask
Water Feed Pumps/Chemical
Pumps
Stoneware pipes and gully traps
RCC Pipes

List of Approved Manufacturers /


Brand / Applications
Vikram, ACC, Ultratech, Gujrat Ambuja Cement, Birla
Corp. Ltd., J.K., Laxmi Cement
NOCIL or Equivalent
SAIL, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam, IISCO, TISCO, Barnala Steel
Industries, U.P. Rathi Udyog Ltd., Ghaziabad, Kamdhenu
Steel, Usha Martin Steel, Agra.
Subject to prior approval of Engineer
Asian Paint, Berger, ICI, Nerolac, Shalimar Paints, Jenson
& Nicolson Paints.
Super Snowcem, Duracem, Accrocem
Shalimar, Asian Paint, Berger, ICI
Kitply, Sarda Ply, Kutty, Greenply, Tower, Swastic, GEEDOORS.
Modiguard, Saint Gobin, Asahi, Atul
Choksey, Sika Qualcrete, Degussa, Fosroc, Roffe, Ciro,
Impermo, ACCO proof, Overseas Waterproofing Corpn.,
India, Waterproofing, Hindustan Waterproofing
Hilti Fischer
Sika, Fosroc, STP, CICO

Hindware, Parryware, Neycer, Cera, Hindustan


Commander, Diplomate, Bestilite, Hindware, Parryware,
Johnson, Poddar
Commander, Hindware, Parryware, Johnson Poddar
Tata, Jindal, Nezone, Prakash
HB, Zoloto, K.S. Unik, R Brand
Essco, Parko, GEM, Jaquar, Kingston, Soma,
GPS, Sant, L&K
Leaders, Kent, Zoloto
Neco, Anand, Ashutosh Casting, RIF, Big, Neco

Supreme, Fiolex, Prince, Ori-Plast, Reliance, Manmohan


Plastics/Jain
Irrigation/Tirupati
Structures/Balaji
Industries/Chemical Process equipment
Drager
Drager
Kirlosker/ M&P / Sulzer / KSB
Perfect, Burn R.K.
Laxmi, Sood & Sood, Jain & Co., Pragati Concrete Udyog

16
17
18
19

RCC Hume Pipes


C.I. S/S Pipes
PVC HDPE Tank
C.I. Sluice Valves (Fullway, Air
Valves, Check, Butterfly and
Globe Valve)

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Water Meters
Ball Valve with Plastic Float, GM.
Forged Brass Valve
CI Manhole Cover and Frame
SFRC Manhole Cover and Frame
Centrifugal Pumps
Non Clog Centrifugal Pumps
Turbine Pump
Submersible Pump
Motors & Contractor

29

Gate Valves/ Sluice Valves

30

Zero Valve

31

Pressure Release Valve

32

Air Valve

33

Non-Return Valves

34

Sluice Gates

35

Cast Iron pipes & fittings

36a) Crane
b) Chain Pulley Block

37

Hot Cranes

Indian Hume Pipe, Pragati Concrete Udyog


IISCO, Kesoram, Elector Steel
Sintex, Sheetal (Aquaplast Industries)
Leader, Kirloskar, Upadhyay, SKS, C&R Fouress, Hydraulic
& General Engg., Glenfields Kennedy, Orion, Dancal,
Indian Valves Co/Fouress/Jash/R&D Multiple/ Intervalve /
Durga
Capstan, Krant, Anand, Dashmesh
Leader, Zoloto
Neco, RIF, SRIF
KK Manhole & Gratings Pvt. Ltd.
Beacon, Kirloskar, KSB Crompton, Mather & Platt
Johnson, Kirloskar, Mather & Plantt, Grundfos
Jyoti, KSB Worthington
KSB, Kishore, Kirloskar, Grundfos, Mather & Platt, Aqua
Sharita Cutter Hammer, Larsen & Tubro, Kirloskar/
Jyoti/NGEF/Siemens/AEC/Bharat Bijlee/Crompton Greaves
/ BHEL, GE Power/ New Govt. Electronics Ltd., / Alstom
Kirloskar brother Ltd.,
Indian Valve Company,
Upadhyaya Vaives Manufacturers Pvt. Ltd.
Shiv Durga Foress Iron work (p) ltd.
Kirloskar brother Ltd.,
Indian Valve Company,
Upadhyaya Vaives Manufacturers Pvt. Ltd.
Shiv Durga Foress Iron work (p) ltd.
Kirloskar brother Ltd.,
Indian Valve Company,
Upadhyaya Vaives Manufacturers Pvt. Ltd.
Shiv Durga Foress Iron work (p) ltd.
Kirloskar brother Ltd.,
Indian Valve Company,
Upadhyaya Vaives Manufacturers Pvt. Ltd.
Shiv Durga Foress Iron work (p) ltd.
Kirloskar brother Ltd.,
Indian Valve Company,
Upadhyaya Vaives Manufacturers Pvt. Ltd.
Shiv Durga Foress Iron work (p) ltd., Fouress/ Advance/
Intervalve/ Durga
Jash Engineering (P) Ltd., The Indian Valve Co., Oriental
Castings, Bharat Industrial Corporation, Shiva Durga Iron
Works (P) Ltd., Hydraulic & General Engineers
The Indian Iron & Steel Company Ltd., Bharat Indl.
Corporation. Oriental Castings, Upadhaya Castings
Calcutta, Electro Steel Castings, Tata Iron & Steel Co.
W.H. Brady & Co. Ltd., Hercules Hoist Ltd., Delta
Engineering, Works, Sharps Engineering Pvt. Ltd., Avon
Cranes, Batilboi, Reva Engg., Hercules Hoists Ltd., W.H.
Brady & Co. Ltd., ACE Mfg. Engg. P. Ltd./ Indef/
Morris/Eqv.
Indef/ ACME Manufactures Engineers / Electromech
Engineers / FAFECO, Mumbai / Batliboi Ltd. / SMACO

38
39
40
41

Mechanical Screens
Belt Conveyor
Degritter
Exhaust Fan

42

415 V Switch Gear Control Gear


Components/ Bus Dust

43
44
45

Gear Box
Electro Magnetic Flow Meters
11 KV Switchgear

46

Lighting Fixtures

47

415 V Air circuit Breaker

48

Motor Strater

49
50

Battery
Voltage & Frequency Stabilizer

51
52
53
54

Lightening Unit
Instrument Transformers (STs &
PTs)
Vaccum Pump
Battery Charger

55

Fire Extinguishers

56
57
58

Nuts & Bolts


Push Button for Non-FlameProoflame Proof Weather Proof
Gas Compressors and Blowers

59

Exhaust Fans

60

Bus Duct

61

Control System / Instrumentation


/ PLC / SCADA

62

Instrument Control Panels

Engineering Ltd.,
Triveni / Geomiller / Jash / Napier-Reid.
Indiana / Konal Corporation / Voltas / Batliboi / Dynamic
Geomiller / Triveni / EIMCO KCP Limited/ Napier-Reid.
Bajaj Electrical Ltd., Crompton Greaves Ltd., Jay Engg.
Works, Alstom General Electric Company Ltd.
Larsen & Toubro Ltd., Siemens India Limited, Voltas Ltd.,
English Electric Ltd., Jyoti Ltd., Control and Switchgear,
Bhartia Cutler Hammer
Radicon Greaves / Elecon / Flender
Endress + Hauser / Krone-Marshall / Fisher Rosemount
Jyoti Ltd., New Government Electric Factory Ltd., Siemens
India Ltd, Asian Brown Boveri, Alstom, Kriloskar
Electricals Ltd., Cromption Greaves, Voltas Ltd.,
Bajaj Electrical Ltd., Cromption
Greaves Ltd., Philips,
Wipro Ltd., Klipsal
English Electric Ltd., Larsen & Toubro Ltd., Siemens India
Ltd.
BHEL, Penimal Engineering Ind., Meco Instruments (P)
Ltd., Enterprising Engineering, Pan Asia, Advance
Enciphering
Standard Batteries Ltd., Chloride India Ltd., Exide
Applied Electronics Ltd., Jindal
Electric Surya Electric
Servocon Logicstat
National Radio & Electronic Co. Ltd.
Mysore Electrical Industries, Automatic Electric Pvt. Ltd.,
Kappa Electric.
Kirloskar Brothers Ltd., SLM Manek Lal Industries Ltd.,
Uptron Powertronics, (Shreetron) Statcom Automatic
Electric Ltd., Chabi Kerta State Electricity Corp. APCO
Steelage Industries Kooverji Devshi & Co. Ltd. Vijay fire
Protection System Pvt. Ltd.
GKW, TATA
Siemens, FCG, Baliga
Kirloskar Pneumatic Co., K.G. Khosla Compressors Ltd.,
Ingersoll Rand, Chicago Pentatonic (I) Ltd., Kay /
Swamelgi, SLM Maneklal/ Swam/ Usha Engg./ Everest /
Ingersoll-Rand.
Bajaj Electrical Ltd./ Crompton
Greaves Ltd./ General
Electric Company
Best & Crompton Engg. Ltd., Power Gears Pvt. Ltd.,
Control & Switchgear Zeta Switchgear, Advance Panels &
Switch Gear (P) Ltd.,
AIMIL Limited, Johnson Controls (I) Pvt. Ltd., Tata
Honewell, Rockwell Automation, Ge Fanuc,
Alstom,
Krohne Marshall, Allen Bradley, Siemens.
Industrial Control & Appliances (P) Ltd. / Electric
Automation / Jaisum & Hutchison Controls (P) Ltd. /
Industrial switch gear & Controls, Allen Bradley, Siemens.

63

PCC / MCC

64
65

Optic Cables
Flow Meters

66
67

Open Channel Flow Meters


Pressure Switch Pressure
Trasmillters
Level Switch

68
69
70
71

Electronic Ballast
Micro Processor Relays for Motor
Protection
Motor Control Panel

72
73
74

Scrubber
UPS
Transformer

75

Vaccum Circuit Breaker LT/HT

76

Moulded Case Circuit Breaker &


Air Circuit Breaker
Relay

77

78

Main LT Panel, Main & Sub


Distribution Boards

79
80

Miniature circuit & MCB


distribution boards
M.C.C.B./ M.C.B.

81
82
83

MCB Distribution Board


CTS & PTS
HRC Switch Fuse Unit / Fuses

84
85
86
87

AC Power Contactor
DC Power Contactor
Control Switch/Toggle Switch
Push Button & Indicating Lights

88
89

Indicating Lamps
Control Transformer

Advance Panels & Switch Gear Ltd., Vidyut Control,


Tricolite, Lasen & Toubro, Siemens, Jakson Associated,
Electrical, Bhartiya Cutter Hammer, Control & Switch
Gear, G.E.
Power, Jasper Engineering, Allen Bradley,
Siemens.
Fibre Delink, Cords, RR Cables, Icon, Aksh
Krohne Marshall, ABB, Schlumburger, Endress Haussr,
YBL, Yokogawa, Magnetrol, GE, Thermo Scientific USA
JN Marshall / Fisher Rosemount
Danfoss, Switzer, Tiebig, Varna Trifag, H. Guru, High
Tech. (Orion)
Endress Hauser EIP, Nivo Control, ABB, Level, Cone,
Magnetrol, Krohne Marshall
Philips, Opal, Washlow
GE, Power Relays, Rockwell Motoral, L&T, Simes
ECS / IMPL / Jasper / Kilburn / Weather Proof Subhelec
Philicon / CAS.
Excellent Engine, Pilani, Enuirotec
Tat Emerson, Mertin Gerin, Mitsubishi
Crompton Greaves, Kirloskar, Volt Amp. BHEL, RTS
ALSTHOM, Bharat Bijlee Ltd., New Government Electric
Factory Ltd., Kirlosker Electric Co. Ltd., Voltamp EMCO
(NASIK), ETC (Thana), Voltas Ltd., Crompton Greaves,
MEI, Rectifiers & Controls, Power Engineers, ECE, Surya
Electro Controls
Siemens, Alsthorn, BHEL ABB Crompton Greaves, L&T
GEC, MEI
GE, MDS, Schnelder, L&T, Syntron, Control & Switch Gear,
Siemens
Engiish Electric Ltd., Universal Electric, Easun Reyollers
Relays, Jyoti, Asian Brown Boveri, Alsthom, GE, L&T,
Syntron, Control & Switch Gear, Siemens
CPRI Tested Vendor / GEC, Jyoti, Siemens, Kirloskar
Electric, Easun, Crompton Greaves, Powei Tech / Enpro
Engineering / Standard, Jasper Engineering
MDS, Merlin Grin, Elecon / Gerard, L&T, Heger Siemens,
Havells,
English Electric, Crompton, L&T, Standard, C & S Ltd.
Andrew Yule, HPL.
MDS, Loadstar & Loadkontakt, Standard
Kappa, Automatic Electric, Control Switchgear
Siemens, General Electric, L&T, Schnelder, Electric control
Gears Pvt. Ltd., Crompton Greaves, Control Switch Gear,
Standard, HPL
Siemens, L&T, General Electric, Schnelder, Havells
Bhartia Cutler, Hammer, BHEL
General Electric, Kaycee, L&T
Siemens, L&T, Bhartia Cutter Hammer, Vaishno, L&T,
Siemens, Vaishno,
L&T, Siemens, Vaishno
Logicstat, Bhartia Culter Hammer

90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98

Timer/Time Switches
Hooter, Buzzer, Bell
Terminal Blocks
GI Pipes
Cable Glands
HT / LT Jointing Kits
Cable Lugs
XLPE Cable 11KV
Control Cables

99

Cables (660V Grade)

100
101
102
103
104
105

PVC Condult
PVC Insulated Copper Wires
(1100 volts grade)
Wiring Accessories Piano type
switches, sockets, telephone
HPSV Fitting
Fluorescent tube fittings
Ceiling / Exhaust fan, fans air
circulators

106
107
108
109
110
111
112

Multimeter
CFL
MS Pipes
Changeover Switch
Isolators
PCC Poies
Steel Tybular Poles

113

TPN Switch fuse unit / Switch


Disconnecto fuse unit with HRC
fuses
DP / SPN SFU/SDFU with HRC
Fuses
All moulded fuse with HRC
fuses/Distribution fuse board
with HRC Fuses
Rewirable type porcelain
switchgear, fuse fittings
Switchgear with HRC fuses
Changeover Switch
PVC 5A and 15A Switches
PVC 5A and 15A Socket
Clock Switch / time Switch
Measuring Instrument (Ammeter,
Voltmeter, P.F. meter)
Instrument meter

114
115

116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123

L&T, Siemens, MDS


Unicon, Edison,
Elmex, Lupco, Jainco, Phoenix
Tata, Jain Tubes, Jindal, Prakash Tube
Comic, Raychem, Braco, Jainco
Birls-3M, Denson, Raychem, M-seal
Dowel, Lotus, Jain
Nicco, Universal, Polycab, CCI Havells
Nicco, Finolex, Universal, Havells, Plaza, Asian Cables,
Kalinga, CCI, ICE, Fort Gloster Industries, Omega, Indian
Cables Co., Asian Cables Corporation Ltd., Gemscab,
Finolex Cable Ltd., Havells Gradly, Delton Cables.
Asian, Universal, Gloster / Tropodur, Finolex, Indian
Cables, Industrial Cables
AKG, BEC, Kalinga, Plaza
Finolex, Electron, Polycab, Skytone, Havells, KEI, Plaza,
Kalinga, Philco, Sandeep
Ellora Leader, Anchor, Plaza, Precision
Crompton, Bajaj, Phillips
Crompton, Bajaj, Phillips
Usha, Crompton Greaves, Khaitan, Polar, Bajaj, Jay Engg.
Works, ALSTOM, General Electronic Co. Ltd. Rallis,
Almonard, Orient, Havells
Excrop, Motwane
Phillips, Havells, IndoAsian
Jindal, Tata, Bhart Tubes
Havells, Control & Switchgear, L&T
L&T, General Electric, Control & Switchgear
Concrete Udyog, Mohan Concrete Udyog
National Tubing Company, United Engineers, Advance
Steel Tubes
Siemens, L&T, GE, C&S, Scheneider, Crompton Greaves,
Power Control, Gerard
Havells, L&T, Crompton Greaves, Siemens
Siemens, L&T, GE, C&S, havells, Schnelder (MG)

Anchor, GE, Standard, Havells, Indo-Asian


English Electric, Siemens, L&T, Jyoti, System Control
L&T, Elecon, Gerard, Havells, Indo-Asian
Anchor, Precision, MK, CPL
Anchor, Precision, MK, CPL
L&T, MDS, Hager, GIC, Indo-Asian
Automatic Electric,
Industrial Meter (I.M.P) Universal
Electric, L&T, Kaycee
Universal Electric Ltd., Automatic electric Ltd., Meco
Instruments (P) Ltd., Industrial Motors (P) Ltd., Havells
Pvt.

124
125
126
127
128
129

130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141

142
143

On/Off Rotary Switch/ Selector


Switch/ Programme Switch0
Lamp Holder or batten
Ammeter/Voltmeter selector
switch
Current Transformer
APFC Relay
Capacitors

Any Other Item


Metering equipments like C.T.P.T.
and trivectometer
D.O.L. And Star Delta Starter
D.G. Set Engine
Alternator
Gls, / hpsv, hpmv, floure-scent
tubes, other type lamps
Luminaires
Switches, SFV
Emergency Lights
PVC power and control cable,
flexible, and house wiring cables
Steel Tubular Poles, Caps and
brackets
Pumps

Siemens, Leader, L&T, Kaycee


Anchor, Leader, Ellora, Plaza
Kaycee, L&T, C&S, AE, Siemens
Kappa, L&T, C&S, AE, Siemens
L&T, GEC, Crompton & Greaves
GEC, Crompton Greaves, Universal, NGEF, BHEL, Maher
(L&T), Gulati, Maohar Brothers, Madhav, Khatau &
Junker, Voltas,
Escop,
Crompton,
HIcco,
Energy
Capacitors.
As decided by Engineer-in-charge
Gyro, IMP, GEE, Universal, Simco, HPL
L.T., LK, Siemens, L&T, Jyoti, System controls
Kirloskar, Ashok Leyland, Cater Pillar, Cummin
KEC, NGEF, Crompton, Jyoti
Philips, Crompton, Bajaj, Mysore Lamps, Sylvania
Hazman, Osram, Wipro
Philips, Crompton, Bajaj, Lumes, GEC, Wipro
Anchor, Radart, Khosla, Vinay, Pointer, MK, CPL
Prolite, Elite, Istalie
Universal, Asian, Finnolex, Torrent, Uniflex, Tropdor,
Jhonson, HMT Cale Corporation, Omega
ITC, Rubit, Unifab, B.T.& P.Co.
Kirloskar Brothers Limited, Mather & Platt. (I) Ltd., Jyoti
Limited, Beacon wire Ltd., Worthington India Ltd., Bharat
Pumps & Compressors Ltd., KSB Pumps, Grundfose /
Kishore/Flow more/Roto/Tushaco.
Banaco/Chlorocontrol/Metito/Precession/Penwalt
Glaxo / Lovibond

Gravity Feed Type Chlorinators


Free Residual Chlorine
Comparator
144 Chlorination Plant Accessories for Banaco/Chlorocontrol/Metito/Penwalt
Connecting Chlorine Tonner
Container
145 Electrical Actuators
AUMA/Marshal/Rotark
146 Gates
Jash/Yashwant/Geeta/BIC
147 Diffusers
EDI/OTT/Rehan
148 DO Meters
E & H, Forbes
149 Centrifuge/Energy Saving Drum
Humbolt, Alfalevel, Penwalt, Napier-Reid
thickener Belt Filter Press
150 Screw Pumps
Roto, Alpha Helical, Tushoca, Remo
151 Dosing Pumps
Milton Roy, Grundfos, Prominent, Shapotools
152 Nut Bolts SS-304
Kundan
153 Decanter
C-Tech, Premier tech, Napier Reid
154 SS Piping
Zindal, Lloyds, Zenith.
155 UV disinfection Unit
Alfa Level or Equivalent
156 HDPE Pipes
Hallmark, Vijay Sangir, Sriram Polymers, Finolex
157 Ozonator
Pollucon, Oze Air, Ozonia
Note: Any item whose make is not given above will be subject to approval by the Engineer in Charge
before supply.

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ANNEXURE 04
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR TECHNICAL REQUIREMENT
(Ref. Clause no. 9 of ITB)
One STP/STP Capacity of which should not be less than 1.0MLD or two STP/STP each of minimum 0.5 MLD capacity each
during past five years along with successful O&M of STP for one year as on date of receipt of Pre-qualification document.
Sr. Name of the
No. Project/Client

Capacity of
STP & type
of
treatment
process

Cost
of
Project
(Rs. In
Lakhs)
4

Work order
no. and
Date of
Start of
work

Stipulated
date of
completion
of work

Actual date
of
completion
of work

Year of
commissioning

Duration of
successful
O&M of STP
as on date of
submission of
Bid

Whether Project
Under Litigation
(Yes/No) &
reasons thereof

10

* Attach certificate issued by an officer not below the rank of Executive Engineer or equivalent of a Government / Semi-Government / Autonomous organization.
Note :ii.

iv.
v.

Experience certificate as referred above should include work order no. and date, amount, date of start, actual date of completion, year of commissioning, duration of O&M with
specific mention of successful O&M period of STP. Bidder may also provide details of various components of STP completed by him. Bidder shall also enclose copy of
work order for construction of STP and O&M Part.
iii. Experience certificate submitted by firm as joint-venture, shall not be considered
For the purpose of O&M experience for a minimum period of 1 year, bidder may submit certificate for other STP of same criteria, which may not have been constructed or
completed by him.
For the purpose of bid evaluation, if the owner/owners representatives feel necessary to visit a specific or all such plants as mentioned above by the bidder, the bidder shall make
necessary arrangements for the same. The cost of such visits shall be borne by the owner.

Signature of Contractor

Name

Companys Seal

Date

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Key Technical personnel & Project Manager Competence and qualification


(Experience in Year)
(

Team

Name of
person

Qualificati
on

Experience in
Years (In
Required status)

Project Manager

Environmental Engineer
(Design Engineer)

Civil Engineer
(Construction Engineer)
Mechanical Engineer
Electrical Engineer
Instrument Engineer
Procurement Engineer

Note:

Please give required details in curriculum vitae for each team members

Signature of Contractor

Name

Companys Seal

Date

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APPENDIX-I
TERMS OF PAYMENTS FOR CIVIL WORKS
Tender for Design, Construction Erection, Commissioning, Trial Run of 1 MLD
STP on Turnkey basis based on SBR technology with PLC, SCADA Systems, Allied
works and O & M for 5 years for Central Park, Jaipur.
Payment of civil structure work shall be paid in the following manner according to the LS price quoted in price
schedule III
A.

For Civil Structures


SR NO
(1)
1
2
3
4
5
(2)
1
2
3
4
5

(3)

DESCRIPTION
SEWAGE COLLECTION SUMP , PH & SCREENS
On completion of Excavation, P.C.C., bottom raft
On completion of 50 % walls
On completion of 100 % walls
On completion of finishing items
After satisfactory hydraulic testing with all remaining works
INLET CHAMBER,SCREEN CHANNEL,GRIT CHANNEL
On completion of Excavation, P.C.C, Footing/column
On completion of Slab
On completion of 50 % walls
On completion of 100 % walls
On completion of finishing items, hydraulic testing, with all
remaining works

PERCENTAGE %
30
25
25
10
10

25
15
20
20
20

1
2
3
4
5

SBR-REACTOR
On completion of Excavation, P.C.C., bottom raft
On completion of 50 % walls
On completion of 100 % walls
On completion of misc. item/finishing
After satisfactory hydraulic testing with all remaining works

30
25
25
10
10

1
2
3
4
5

BUILDING WORKS
On completion of Excavation, P.C.C., bottom raft
On completion of walls
On completion of slab
On completion of finishing items
After final completion with all remaining works

30
20
20
20
10

(4)

(5)
1
2
3
4

CHLORINATION TANK, TREATED WATER STORAGE


TANK, SLUDGE SUMP
On completion of Excavation, P.C.C., bottom raft
On completion of walls
On completion of slab, column & beam
On completion of finishing items, hydraulic testing with all
remaining works

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Signature of Contractor

25
25
25
25

B.

Mile Stone Payment Breakup for Piping, Mechanical, & Electrical & Instrumentation works
along with spares as specified
No.
1.

2.

3.
4.

Items
On supply of equipment, pipes, specials, valves, accessories, instruments
etc. including spares at site, after inspection, along with literature,
drawings, operating pamphlets, manual etc. as required.
On erection of all equipment, pipes, specials, valves, instruments and
necessary accessories including installation of mechanical / electrical /
system / equipment, cabling, etc. complete.
On testing, commissioning and satisfactory trial runs
After satisfactory running of entire plants for 3 months after item no.3
above.
Total

Signature of Bidder

Name

Companys Seal

Date

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75%

15%

5%
5%
100%

Instruction to Bidder

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Signature of Contractor