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SECTION – C



TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
FOR



FIRE DETECTION AND ALARM SYSTEM
FOR
PROJECT STATION BUILDING







CONTENTS

PART-I : TECHINCAL SPECIFICATION

Page no.
1.1 Scope 4
1.1.1 Scope of supply/works 4
1.1.2 Exclusions/items related to scope but not included 5
1.1.3 Terminal Points 5
1.1.4 Option for placement of order 5
1.2 Project data / site conditions 5
1.3 List of applicable documents 6
1.3.1 Codes and standards 6
1.4 System Description 8
1.5 General Requirement 13
1.6 Design and Manufacturing Requirements 14
1.7 Operating Conditions / Requirements 24
1.8 Identification of Equipment / Components 24
1.9 Inspection and testing 24
1.10. Trial operation and taking over 25
1.11. Drawings, data and manuals 26
1.12. Data to be furnished by the contractor after award of contract 27
1.13. Spares 28
1.14 Special tools and tackles 29
1.15 Training 30
1.16. Warranty and AMC 31
1.17 Data sheets / Schedules 33













PART-II : ANNEXURE TO FORM OF TENDER
Page nos.
2. Technical data sheets 38
2.1. General particulars 41
2.2 Delivery schedule 42
2.3 Drawings, data & Manuals submission schedule 43
2.4 Tools and tackles 43
2.5 List of spares 44
2.6 Proof of ability 45
2.7 List of deviations 46
2.8 Guarantee 48
2.9 Declaration sheet 49







































PART-I

TECHINCAL SPECIFICATION

1.1 Scope:
This specification covers the design, material, construction, manufacture,
inspection and testing at the CONTRACTOR's/his SUB-CONTRACTOR's
works, packing, transportation and delivery, installation & commissioning at
site, of Fire Detection & Alarm System with all accessories including loop
cables and conduits(Which are required between various detector) and a set of
cables and conduits required between PC, Printer, Main fire alarm panel,
Repeater panels, Annunciation panel and control terminals, complete in all
respects as per subsequent Clauses of this tender and Bill of Materials attached
as Annexure -1.

1.1.1 Scope of Supply/Works:
1.1.1.1 The equipments which shall be supplied by contractor are indicated in the
enclosed Annexure. Spare parts and maintenance tools as described in this
specification shall be supplied by the contractor.

1.1.1.2 Whether called for specifically or not all accessories required for normal
operation of system are deemed to be considered as a part of the
CONTRACTOR'S scope of supply.

1.1.1.4 It is not the intent to specify completely herein, all details of design and
construction of the equipment. However, the equipment shall conform in all
respects to high standards of engineering, design and workmanship and be
capable of performing in continuous commercial operation upto the
CONTRACTOR'S guarantees in a manner acceptable to the PURCHASER,
who shall interpret the meaning of drawings and specifications and shall be
entitled to reject any work or material which, in his judgement, is not in full
accordance therewith.

1.1.1.5 The entire system comprises of the following individual components:
(i) Individual detectors, monitoring, control and relay modules.
(ii) Fire alarm monitoring and control panel along with PC, printer,
monitor, rack etc at the ground floor entrance of Project Station
building.
(iii) Repeater fire alarm panels at all floors (total 4 floors) except ground
floor of Project Station building, Auditorium ground floor and
Substation building.
(iv) 2 core, 1.5 sq. mm, Twisted pair, FRLS cables connecting the
individual fire detectors, monitoring, control and relay modules.
(v) 6 core, 1.5 sq. mm, twisted pair, FRLS cables connecting the repeater
panels and main panel in Project Station building.
(vi) Power supply unit to the main panel along with battery backup to draw
power from 240Vac Power Supply Sockets.
(vii) Interconnecting of Aspiration system installed in Auditorium with main
panel in Project Station building
(viii) Interconnecting of detectors installed in Substation building with Main
panel in Project Station building







1.1.2 Exclusions:
Following item, is excluded from the scope of the work.
(i) Civil Works ( Foundation and Embedded parts in concrete).

1.1.3 Terminal Points:
CONTRACTOR shall supply, install, test / commission all fire alarm system
equipment including all interconnecting cables between various fire alarm
system equipment and associated cable glands and lugs. As such no terminal
point except that PURCHASER shall provide two nos of 240V, single phase,
AC .

1.1.4 Option for Placement of Order:-

The PURCHASER reserves the right to place order for all items / services
listed in this specification or for a part there of at his discretion.

The PURCHASER reserves the right to accept or reject the lowest or any other
tender without assigning any reason for the same.

1.2 PROJECT DATA / SITE CONDITIONS

1.2.1 Purchaser : BHAVINI

1.2.2 Project Title : 500 MWe Prototype fast
Breeder Reactor Project (PFBR)

1.2.3 Location : Kalpakkam, 80km South of
Chennai on the Coast of Bay of
Bengal Latitude12° 33’ North &
Longitude 80° 11’ East.

1.2.4 Elevation above : 6.904m Above MSL.
Mean Sea Level (MSL)

1.2.5 Nearest Sea Port : Chennai – 80km from
Kalpakkam.

1.2.6 Nearest Air Port : Chennai(Domestic&International)
70km from Kalpakkam.

1.2.7 Nearest Rail head : Chengalput 32km from
Kalpakkam.

1.2.8 Nearest National Highway : NH 45 – Passing Through
Chengalput.

1.2.9 Transport : By Road, Rail and Sea.

1.2.10 Ambient Temperature






(i) Maximum dry Bulb Temperature : 316.6K (43.6°C)
(ii) Minimum dry Bulb Temperature : 290.6K (17.6°C)
(iii) Design Ambient Temperature for
Electrical Equipment/Devices : 318.6K (55°C)

1.2.11 Relative Humidity(RH) (condensations) : Max. RH = 100%,
Min. RH = 15%.

1.2.12 Air Quality : Air is Salt laden, free from
chemical pollution

1.2.13 Rain Fall : Average annual Rainfall =
1312mm
Highest = 2112mm,
Min.= 567mm.

1.2.14 Tropicalisation : Required.

1.3 LIST OF APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS

1.3.1 Codes and Standards
The design, material, construction, manufacture, inspection, testing and
performance of Fire Detection & Alarm System supplied shall comply with the
latest editions (including amendments thereto) of all currently applicable
standards, statutes, regulations and safety codes in the locality where the
equipment shall be installed. Nothing in this specification shall be construed to
relieve the CONTRACTOR of his responsibility. In case of conflict between
the standards, stringent specifications out of these standards shall govern,
whereas in case of conflict between the standards and this specification,
requirements of this specification shall govern. Other National Standards are
acceptable if they are established to be equal to or superior to the listed
standards. In all such cases, however, copies of English translation of such
National Standards shall be attached to the tender. The tenders not complying
with this requirement are liable for rejection. The latest currently valid codes &
standards as on the date of the offer made shall govern. In case of any
alterations in system / equipment required due to changes in the codes &
standards after placement of Letter of Intent, same shall be mutually discussed
and agreed upon by the VENDOR and PURCHASER.

The Fire Detection & Alarm system shall conform to the currently applicable
standards and codes of practice and reports as listed below.
i. IS: 5 Colours of ready mixed paints and enamels
ii. IS: 1646 Code of practice for fire safety of buildings (General) :
Electrical Installation.
iii. IS: 1893 Criteria for earthquake resistant design of structures.
iv. IS: 2062 Steel for general Structural purposes.
v. IS: 2175 Heat Sensitive Fire Detectors for use in automatic fire alarm
system .
vi. IS: 2189 Code of Practice for selection installation and maintenance
of automatic fire detection and alarm system.





vii. IS: 2629 Recommended practice for Electrical relays for power
system protection
viii. IS: 2633 Methods for testing, uniformity of coating on zinc coated
articles.
ix. IS: 2667 Fittings for rigid steel conduits for electrical wiring.
x. IS: 3034 Code of practice for fire safety of industrial buildings:
Electrical Generating & Distributing stations.
xi. IS: 3136 Polycrystalline semiconductor rectifier equipment.
xii. IS: 3156 Voltage transformers.
xiii. IS: 3837 Accessories for rigid steel conduits for electrical wiring.
xiv. IS: 3895 Mono crystalline semiconductor rectifier cells and stacks.
xv. IS: 4007 Part-I Terminals for electronic equipment General
requirement & tests.
xvi. IS: 4540 Mono crystalline semiconductor rectifier assemblies and
equipment .
xvii. IS: 5921 Metal clad base material for printed circuits for use in
electronic and tele – communication equipment
xviii. IS: 6005 Code of Practice for phosphating of iron and steel.
xix. IS: 6553 Environmental requirements semiconductor devices and
integrated circuits.
xx. IS: 6619 Safety code for semi – conductor rectifier equipment.
xxi. IS: 6875 Control switches for voltages upto and including 1000 V AC
and 1200 V DC.
xxii. IS: 7405 Printed wiring boards.
xxiii. IS: 9000 Basic environments testing procedures for electronic and
electrical items.
xxiv. IS: 9224 Low voltage fuses.
xxv. IS 9537 Part – II Conduits for electrical installation, rigid steel
conduits.
xxvi. IS: 11360 Specification for smoke detectors for use in automatic
electrical fire alarm system.
xxvii. IS: 13947 Part – I Low – voltage switchgear and control gear : Part 1
General rules.
xxviii. ASME Section – IX Qualification standard for welding and Brazing
procedures, welders, brazers and welding & brazing operators.
xxix. TE rules NFPA 72E Automatic fire detectors.
xxx. ANSI- UL 268 Smoke detectors for fire protective signalling
systems.
xxxi. ANSI-UL 521 Specification for heat detectors.
xxxii. BS 5445 Part – 9 Methods of test of sensitivity to fire.
xxxiii. BS 5839 Part – 2 Specification for Manual Call Points.
xxxiv. BS 5839 Part – 4 Automatic fire alarm system in Buildings : Control
and Indication equipment
xxxv. BS 5839 Part – 5 Specification for optical beam smoke detector
requirements, methods of test and performance criteria for detectors
with ranges between 1m and 100m.
xxxvi. BS 5839 Code of practice for fire detection and alarm system in
building .
xxxvii. ANSI-NFPA-72 Code of practice for selection , installation &
maintenance of automatic fire alarm & detection system.
xxxviii. AERB Safety guide No. AERB/SG/D-4









1.4 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

1.4.1. The fire detection and Alarm system covered under this specification is
required to provide continuous surveillance against fire in the areas of Project
Station, Auditorium and Substation buildings under all conditions.
The main objectives of the Fire Detection system are:
To detect fire in its early stages and activate or alert for implementation of
emergency action, thus protecting personnel and equipment.
To provide an appropriate level of monitoring in the event of fire and audio
visual annunciation at Main Fire Alarm Panel (FAP) located in the Project
Station Building Ground floor.
To ensure high reliability and availability of the system with quick and exact
identification of the fire location without false alarm.
To provide an optional output from FAP to fire protection systems, for tripping
of Ventilation System Fans / Dampers / Air Handling Units on detection of fire
in specific area for effective fire protection.
1.4.2 SYSTEM OPERATION

1.4.3.1. Fire detection and Alarm System shall consist of individual detectors, fire
alarm repeater panels in all floors of Project Station building, Auditorium and
Substation buildings, Data processing unit, visual display unit, printer, system
control terminal, panel and annunciation in Project Station building GF,
1.4.3.2. The areas of buildings as listed below are covered by one
fire alarm (FAP) panel of analog addressable type located in Project Station
Building.

(a) Project Station building (Ground + Four floors)
(b) Auditorium building (Ground + two floors)
(c) Substation building (Detectors already installed shall be connected as
One Loop)

The Fire Alarm System consists of Multi sensors distributed throughout the
buildings and these detectors are connected to Fire Alarm Panel located in
ground floor of Project Station building. This system shall automatically
detect the presence of Smoke / Heat/Fire phenomena.
The detector shall determine whether a fire condition exists in the room / area
where the detector is located. In case of fire, the audio-visual fire alarm shall
be generated at Fire Alarm Panel FAP and also initiate signal to operate
Hooters located at convenient places in the Project Station building,
Auditorium and Substation buildings along with repeat display at fire alarm
panels in those buildings.
The Fire Alarm System envisaged for these buildings is “2-Wire Analog
Addressable” type. All the detectors are incorporated with microprocessors
(ASIC-Application Specific Integrated Circuit) which provide linear output
corresponding to the quantity of smoke or fire, the detector encounter. The





communication between detectors and the control unit is by means of digital
communication over 2-wire, which further provides power to the detectors.
The sensitivity of each sensor can be individually adjusted from the Control
Panel to suit the conditions of each location. Each detector shall have self-test
facility, which is monitored in the Control Panel. The Control Panel shall also
check each sensor for contamination of dust/dirt and give signal for “Service”
in case of accumulation of dust/dirt reaches a preset limit.
Communication and Data Acquisition from the detectors shall be done by
dedicated electronic detection system in the Project Station building. Indication
and Graphic Display shall be provided in main FAP and all repeater FAPs and
information from this Fire Alarm Panel shall be available in a dedicated
computer in Project Station building. This shall provide Graphic Display of the
detector location, on initiation of alarm.
FRLS cables shall be used for detector looping and also for Power supply.

1.4.3.3 Fire Alarm Panel shall be capable of operating in stand alone mode. FAP is
connected to the main computer in the Project Station building by a dedicated
Local Area Network (LAN). Each area/zone is monitored by one independent
loop whereas each floor is monitored by two loops.

1.4.3.4 The fire detector detects the fire in the early stage by sensing one of its
characteristic phenomena like combustion gases in fire, rise of temperature
due to fire and convert the same into an electrical signal for initiating the
alarm.

1.4.3.5 Detectors used in the buildings are all addressable detectors. The following
types of detectors are used in the buildings .
(I) Multi sensors
(II) Manual call points (MCP).
1.4.3.6.1 The above detectors are individually addressable type. In individually addressable
type, the detector which has detected the fire can be identified on the fire alarm
panel. Each individually addressable detector shall transmit its address and
analogue value in terms of voltage signal which is normally proportional to the
smoke concentration or temperature inside the detector chamber, corresponding to
the smoke / temperature, to the fire alarm panel.
1.4.3.7 The fire alarm panel shall continuously monitor the status of the detectors and
connecting lines. The panel shall evaluate the analogue information received
from each addressable detector and compare with set value to check for alarm
condition.
1.4.3.8 FA panel comprises of loop interface boards with specified loop capacity.
The individual elements (detectors / sensors/control / fault isolation modules /
interface modules) are looped together and connected to the loop interface
board on the FA panel on a 2 wire circuit (class B operation as per UL
standard).
1.4.3.9 The FA panel evaluates the analog information received from each
addressable detector and compares with set value to check for alarm condition.





1.4.3.10 The FA panel can individually communicate with the central PC system
located in the Project Station building by means of dedicated local area
network. The information from FAP is available in the central computer.
1.4.3.11 Following indications shall be provided on the fire alarm panel.
(a) Fire.
(b) Fault.
(c) Isolate.
(d) Pre-alarm .
(e) Multiple alarms.
Following controls shall be provided.
(f) Push button -Acknowledge.
(g) Push button- Reset.
(h) Push button -Test.
(i) Push button - switch -Isolate.
Following information shall be displayed on the panel.
I. Detector identification number (for addressable detectors).
II. Connecting line identification number.
III. Area description.
One potential free contact per loop/zone shall be provided for use in control of
ventilation system, one potential free contact per loop/zone for use in
extinguishing system. In addition, one spare contact shall be provided for each
of the loop/zone.
In the Project Station building, facility shall be provided to indicate the status of
the detector, sequence of the events, alarm and trouble summary etc. by
providing visual display unit and printer connected through PC and keyboard.
All floors of Project Station building (except GF), Auditorium building and
Substation building are provided with repeater panels. All alarms and
indications of FA panel are repeated in the repeater panel. Repeater panels shall
be provided with additional LCD & VDU display, which shall repeat the
information related to Floor Elevation, Room no. and Detector no. etc which
is also displayed in the Main Fire Alarm Panel located at Ground floor of
Project Station building. Repeater panels shall allow acknowledgement of all
alarm signals generated by fire alarm system.

1.4.3.12 Normal Condition
During normal condition of operation of detection system, quiescent current
shall flow through each connecting line. Local indication of individual detector
shall be continuously ON and all indications of fire alarm panel except ‘MAINS
ON’ shall be in “ off “ condition.

1.4.3.13. Shut down Condition
The fire detection and alarm system shall be in operation even during 240V ac
power failure for continuous 24 hours in normal condition and further 5 minutes
in ALARM condition.






1.4.4 Operation under OFF Normal Condition
1.4.4.1 Fire condition
Whenever the fire occurs in any area, the following sequence of events take
place.
a. One of the detectors located in the area after sensing the fire, shall send an
alarm signal to the fire alarm panel.
b. The fire alarm panel verifies the signal by sending a reset signal to the
detector or comparing with reference level set in the panel. After a
predetermined time (the time is field settable) if the detector is still in alarm
condition the panel confirms it as a fire alarm.
c. Once the fire alarm panel has reported the fire condition, following
sequence of annunciation take place in Project Station building on the fire
alarm panel. i.e. fire indication. If one more fire incident takes place
immediately before the first incident is set off, ‘new fire’ indication comes.
FAP faulty signal comes if any fire alarm panel becomes faulty. The
hooters located at convenient places in Project Station building,
Auditorium and sub-Station buildings shall give audible alarm.
The detector and the connecting line identification numbers and zone
description shall be displayed on the fire alarm panel.
(d) Simultaneously LED mounted on the detector shall light up.
(e) The status shall be reported to Data processing unit located in Project
Station building which shall give area description, the type of detector
and detector identification number and time on VDU.
(f) The audio visual alarm shall be annunciated through main annunciation
scheme in the main control panel indicating the sector (building) in which
the fire has occurred.
(g) The audible alarm can be silenced by the acknowledge push button
provided on panel or through system control terminal.
(h) Main control panel visual indication shall be reset like other annunciation
only after initiating contact in Fire alarm panel is reset.
(i) In case of multiple alarms, the multiple alarm indication shall be ‘ON’.
The indicated alarm shall be displayed on the fire alarm panel in
chronological order by pressing the push button provided on the fire
alarm panel.
1.4.4.2 Pre alarm
If the detector gets gradually polluted due to dust and other particles entering
inside the detector, the sensitivity of the detector changes. This shall be
indicated on the fire alarm panel as pre Alarm condition. This condition
indicates that detector needs servicing. The indication appears in the connected
fire alarm panel.

1.4.4.3 Test Condition
The healthiness of the system including connecting lines shall be continuously
monitored by the fire alarm panel. Facility to test the line shall be provided.
The healthiness of the lamps and the detectors shall be checked from the fire





alarm panel. The performance of the detector and its base shall be tested in its
location by the test equipment supplied by the manufacturer.
1.4.4.4 Isolation of zone
Facility to isolate any zone/loop shall be provided on the fire alarm panel. The
details of isolation shall be available on VDU in Main control room.
1.4.4.5 Audible Alarm
The audible alarm for fire shall be distinctive and different from any other
plant alarm. The minimum sound level shall be 65 db or 5 db above
background sound level whichever is more.
1.4.4.6 Power Supply Failure
One number of power supply unit for FA panel shall be provided with
adequate backup facility for 24 hours of normal operation and further 5
minutes operation in alarm condition, in case of failure of power.

1.4.4.7. Fault in the fire alarm panel
All the alarm and protection equipment of fire alarm panel shall be monitored.
Facility for auto scanning shall be provided for each card. The fault in the fire
alarm panel shall be indicated by ‘FAULT’ indication on the fire alarm panel.
1.4.4.7 Fault in Detector and Detector Line
An open circuit or short circuit condition of the detector lines, defect in
detector or its base by the way of component or internal circuit failure and
removal of detector shall be indicated on the Main Control Panel as ‘FAULT’
alarm..The fault alarms shall be communicated to Computer System. Even
when Computer System is out of action, fire alarm panel shall indicate the loop
under fire .

For any failure of computer system in the main computer, the FA panel shall
operate in standalone mode. Indication of failure of communication with the
main computer system is available in the Main fire alarm and on the repeater
panels.

1.4.4.8 System Requirements:

• Guidelines in various standards such as NFPA-72, IS:2189 standards etc., shall
be followed.
• 2C X 1.5 mm
2
twisted pair PVC FRLS copper unarmoured cables shall be
used for detectors wiring through hot dipped 25mm GI conduits. All loops
shall get terminated at the system installed in ground floor of Project Station
building.
• Each area /zone shall be monitored by two independent loops.
• Control of individual elements of the system is possible from the fire alarm
panel. The FA panel shall be functionally independent and operates in stand-
alone mode. It shall be in operation even when there is failure of
communication with computer system.
• The locations of the individual detectors in the system shall be such that total
area under consideration is covered under the fire alarm detection system,
without any blind zone.





• The loop size shall be designed such that adequate spare capacity is available
in each loop for connecting any device in future.
• Aspiration type detector system installed in Auditorium building shall be
interconnected with main panel in Project Station building via input
addressable module or any other suitable module. The main purpose of
connecting so, is to consider aspiration system also as part of main detection
system and all alarm signals in aspiration system shall be made to known to
main panel and appropriate actions shall be initiated by main panel as like
other alarm signals.

1.5 GENERAL REQUIREMENT.

1.5.1 The TENDERER shall be deemed to have carefully examined all the parts of
the specification in its complete form and to have been fully informed and
satisfied himself as to the details, nature, character and qualities of the items to
be supplied, site conditions and seismic requirements and other pertinent
matters and details.

1.5.2 It is the intent of the PURCHASER to incorporate these specification
documents in the final Contract or purchase order for the supply of material,
equipment and services. The TENDERER is required to review these
documents and clearly state in their proposals their acceptance of the same.
Exceptions, if any, shall be clearly stated in the appropriate tendering schedule.
The final contract between the PURCHASER and the CONTRACTOR shall be
subject to changes, mutually agreed upon between the PURCHASER and the
CONTRACTOR. However, during the execution of Contract, any variation in
the scope of supply to reflect the intent of this specification and to be in line
with good engineering practice shall not be subject to price variation.

1.5.3 The TENDERER shall specify all deviations with respect to this specification
in the appropriate schedule. The deviations other than those indicated in the
Schedule of deviations shall not be considered.

1.5.4 The TENDERER shall furnish all the data called for in the schedules in the
standard proforma to facilitate correct evaluation of his tender in a most
expeditious manner. It is in the interest of the TENDERER to submit the tender
in the above manner failing which it is likely that his tender may not be
considered.

1.5.5 The TENDERER shall submit all supporting information, technical data,
catalogues, drawings and quality assurance to enable the PURCHASER to
make a detailed comparison and evaluation of TENDERS without the need for
further information from the TENDERERS. The TENDERER shall also
submit all information/price schedules.

1.5.6 In case of conflict between/within various sections of this ‘SPECIFICATION'
or in case of any doubt, the interpretation/decision as given by the
PURCHASER shall be final.









1.6. DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING REQUIREMENTS
1.6.1. GENERAL REQUIREMENT
Fire detectors shall be designed to detect one or more of three characteristics
of fire, smoke or heat. The prime function of a fire detector shall be to detect a
fire in its early stage by one of its characteristic phenomena like combustion
gases in fire, rise of temperature due to fire and convert the same into an
electrical signal for initiating the local and remote alarms.
(i) The electronic circuit shall be of solid state and of fail safe design and
virtually hermetically sealed to have resistance to humidity and
corrosion and to prevent its operation from being impaired by dust and
dirt.
(ii) The circuit shall be protected against usual electrical transients,
electromagnetic and electrostatic interference (EMI & RFI) normally
present.
(iii) Reverse polarity or fault in the field wiring shall not damage the
detector.
(iv) No moving parts subject to wear and tear shall be provided.
(v) The response sensitivity shall also be field adjustable and not only from
fire panel over a wide range to suit site conditions. It shall be possible
to test the sensitivity of a detector in the field.
(vi) The visual (alarm) response of a detector (by a LED) shall be clearly
visible from the outside by a steady / flashing light of sufficient
brightness.
(vii) The base plate of the detector shall be suitable for mounting on single
junction box for terminating directly the field cable run in conduit. The
field terminals shall be suitable for field wires of core size upto 1.5
mm
2.

(viii) The detector shall be suitable to connect to the control unit via a two
wire circuit (Class –B wiring) as per UL standard.
(ix) The fire detectors shall be plug in type. Suitable locking device shall be
supplied along with each detector. It shall be inserted into or removed
from the standard base by simple push twist mechanism to facilitate
easy exchange for cleaning and maintenance.
(x) All types of detectors offered shall have in built electronic circuit for
addressing capability for individual address on the fire alarm panel. In
case of manual call points where the addressing capability is not an
integral part, a separate addressable interface unit shall be provided.
(xi) All types of detectors shall be suitable for connection in any particular
loop / circuit with any other type of detector.
(xii) The detector shall confirm to relevant National and International
Standards such as IS, BS, NFPA, etc. Test certificates shall be supplied
along with the tender.








1.6.2. PLUG-IN-BASES
(i) All detector listed above shall fit into the common plug in type standard
base.
(ii) Once a base is installed, it shall be possible to insert, remove and exchange
different types of detectors by a simple push twist movement. The standard
base shall be equipped with screwless wiring terminals capable of securing
wire sizes upto 2 sq.mm and with built-in strain limits to prevent permanent
terminal deformation and weakening of contact pressure. The standard
base shall be supplied with a sealing plate, preventing dirt, dust,
condensation of water from the conduit reaching the wire terminals or the
detector contact points. All standard bases shall be supplied with
removable dust cover to protect the contact area during installation and
construction phase of the building. The base cover shall allow the check
out and verification of the loop wiring before insertion of any detectors.
(iii) The standard base shall have a built-in mechanism that allows mechanical
locking of an installed detector head, thus preventing unauthorised removal
or tampering. The detector contact points shall be designed to retain the
detector safety and to ensure uninterrupted contact also when exposed to
continuous severe vibration. Reversed polarity or faulty zone wiring shall
not damage the detector.
1.6. 3. Multi-Sensors – Analogue Addressable

The multi-sensor should be capable of monitoring two different sensing elements:
1) Photoelectric
2) Thermal

The design of the point-type multi-sensor

Photoelectric smoke detector sensing chamber shall be optimised to minimise the effect of
dust deposit over a period of time. The chamber cover shall be removable for ease of cleaning
or replacement. The point-type multi-sensors shall incorporate screens designed to prevent all
but the very smallest of insects from entering the sensing chamber (50 holes per square
centimetre or more).

The multi-sensors shall be designed to have high resistance to contamination and
corrosion and shall include RFI screening to minimise the effect of radiated and
conducted electrical interference.

The sensor should be able to operate in the following modes:

Combination Mode
The sensor should be able to operate as a Photoelectric sensor but when the ambient
temperature reaches 40o C or above, the thermal elements should be capable of sensing
the ‘Rate of Rise’ and adjust the sensitivity of the photoelectric element automatically.
The sensitivity of the photoelectric should be increased via an internal algorithm.

Photoelectric mode
The sensor should be able to return the analogue value for the photoelectric element
during a normal polling sequence.The sensor should also be able to signal to the FACP
if the thermal sensing element exceeds a fixed temperature threshold.






Thermal mode
The sensor should be able to return the analogue value for the thermal element during a
normal polling sequence. The sensor should also be able to signal to the FACP if the
photoelectric sensing element exceeds a pre-defined threshold.

The multi-sensor shall incorporate two LED’s, clearly visible from the outside, to provide
indication of alarm actuation. The LED’s should be controlled from the FACP if the LED’s
flash during the normal polling sequence.

The modes of the multi-sensor should be controlled by the FACP, when the FACP
changes from one mode to another the FACP should re-calibrate the multi-sensor.
In locations where the detector is not readily visible, remote indicator units shall be
provided. The multi-sensor should have the capability of monitoring both sensing elements, if
either or both of the elements fail it should be reported and displayed at the FACP.
1.6.4. ANALOGUE ADDRESSABLE BREAK GLASS MANUAL CALL POINT
(i) MCP consists of a push button which shall be designed to permanently
withstand corrosion, as defined by international standards and consists of
an aluminium cast housing. A built in alarm lamp indicator shall be
provided. It shall have a clear inscription reading “ IN CASE OF FIRE
BREAK GLASS” on the MCP front plate not on the glass. The MCP
housing shall accommodate a sealed electronic circuit for address system.
(ii) The enclosure of the manual call point shall be dust, weather and vermin
proof, having degree of protection IP: 54. The complete unit shall be
painted fire red shade NO. 536 as per IS – 5. The internal surface of the
enclosure shall be painted with semi glossy white. The push button knob
shall be red in color.
(iii) The manual break glass unit shall be addressable type and suitable to
connect with two wires to FAP signalling line circuit loops.
(iv) The manual break glass unit shall be electrically compatible with the
standard range of automatic detectors so that it can be connected directly or
through interface on line module into a supervised two-wire zone of the
manufacturer’s standard range of control units for wiring. The manual
break glass unit shall permit its use as semi flush/mounted unit. . The
manual break glass units shall be designed for fast, simple and failure proof
dismantling and assembling. The manual break glass unit shall have
sealable openings for wire introduction through compression cable glands
on top and at the bottom of its housing. The manual break glass unit shall
have an internal as well as external terminal for connection of the earthing
wire with a section of upto 2.5 sq.mm (AWG 13).
(v) The lid of the manual break glass unit shall be permanently fixed to the
body of the call point by a hinge. Every opening/removal of the cover shall
release an alarm. The manual break glass unit shall release alarm upon
breaking the glass.
(vi) The alarm contacts shall be of self cleaning design to prevent failure after a
prolonged period of inactivity in unclean environments. The manual break
glass units shall be designed for failsafe operation.
(vii) The manual break glass units shall have screwless terminals with built-in
strain limits, accepting wires of 0.5 to 1.5 sq.mm (AWG 20 to 15). The
manual break glass unit alarm actuating mechanism shall be equipped with





strain limits preventing permanent deformation of P.C.B. and contacts.
The manual break glass units shall be equipped with a self holding device
to maintain the alarm condition until reset by an authorised person. The
manual break glass unit housing shall accommodate as an option the sealed
electronic circuit for an individual address system.

1.6.5. ALARM DEVICES (HOOTERS)
(i) Fire alarm hooters shall be addressable type and suitable to connect with
two wires to one of the FAPs signalling line circuit loops.
(ii) The fire detection system shall include the following co-ordinated and
complementary audible signalling devices. The system shall have
provision to annunciate any one or all the hooters on any given condition.
(iii) All alarm devices shall be electronic types (except sirens) for low voltage
and low power consumption. The fire alarm devices connected in parallel
shall be electrically synchronised. The sound intensity of the horns shall be
approx. 10 dB above the room (environmental) background noise. The
manufacturer shall provide exact technical data concerning the sound
output of the alarm devices.
1.6.6. MICROPROCESSOR BASED FIRE ALARM PANELS
Microprocessor based fire alarm panel shall comprise of the processors, various functional
modules, adequate number of loop modules for detector loops, display devices, output
modules for alarm, control & interlocks, communication modules for interfacing with the
central processing unit, power modules, etc. as required by the system to incorporate all the
features called for in the specification.
For the purpose of easy identification and location of the fire, the entire building area is
divided into zones. Zones corresponds to the protective areas which are identified on the
panel.
The fire alarm panel shall receive signals from field devices viz. fire detectors, manual call
points, etc. connected in each loop.
The microprocessor based, intelligent addressable fire alarm panel shall incorporate the
following features:
(i) Continuous supervision of the detector connecting lines, individual
detector performance / operation and disconnection / removal of
detectors.
(ii) The system shall automatically reset on clearance of a fault.
(iii) Discrimination between a real fire alarm and false fire conditions by
incorporating signal verification and other features.
(iv) Individual detector addressing capability.
(v) Detection of over / under sensitive detectors and automatic recalibration
by increasing or decreasing their sensitivity levels based on
environmental conditions like air movement, fumes, humidity, etc.
(vi) Pre alarm in case of any detector / detectors requiring maintenance.
(vii) Facilities shall be provided such that for alteration or access to the stored
program the relevant codes are to be entered. The system should be
protected against interference by unauthorised personnel.





(viii) Compatibility with all detectors / devices connected to the fire alarm
panel.
(ix) Logging of alarms, times and action text on printers.
(x) Programmed activation of various interlocks with fire protection system
and other associated systems such as ventilation and air conditioning etc.
(xi) Programmed activation of sequence of events to be carried out in case of
fire in any particular protective area of the plant including activation of
fire alarm sounders or evacuation alert signal.
(xii) The fire alarm panel shall have facility for hooking up with intra-site
communication system.
(xiii) The circuits shall be arranged such that a fault in the detector or an open
circuit in the connecting line does not affect the operation / performance
of other detectors in that connecting line and does not prevent receipt of
fire alarm signals on the fire alarm panel.
(xiv) Alarm verification features for smoke detectors shall be such that the
detector activates the alarm within one minute if the detector is still in
activated condition. In case of other type of detectors the alarm shall be
initiated within 15 s.
(xv) The fire alarm panel shall have adequate number of detector circuits /
loops so as to cover all the areas to be protected. Provision shall also be
made in the fire alarm panel to add additional detector loop modules for
further expansion.
(xvi) The fire alarm panel and the field devices shall be suitable for Class – B
wiring to meet all the requirements specified for the system.
(xvii) The fire alarm panel shall have provision to transmit annunciations to
main annunciation panel located remotely.
(xviii) The fire alarm panel shall have a provision to provide contact
infrastructure to all the fire protection panels for actuation and also
activity signals to isolation champers.
The annunciation scheme provided on the fire alarm panel shall have the
following features :
(i) The annunciation system shall have visual and audible alarms with
accept, reset and lamp test facilities.
(ii) The fire alarm panel shall have a separate alphanumerical display
area for visual annunciation of fire alarm, system faults and to indicate
the address of the detector, connecting line, the zone description and the
action text, if any. The display should be clearly visible even in the
dark. The fire alarm shall be displayed with bold big red letters and
shall flash at a frequency of about 90 cycles per minute.
(iii) Hooters provided for audio annunciation in the buildings shall be
clearly audible even at the ambient noise level in the area installed. The
minimum sound level of the hooter shall be either 65 dB or 5dB above
the other noise likely to persist for a period longer than 30 s, whichever
is greater.
(iv) Fire alarm panel normal power supply failure shall be annunciated
audio – visually.
(v) Use of earth as a return circuit shall not be allowed for any
annunciation system.





(vi) Accept and reset facility of audiovisual alarms shall be possible
either from the fire alarm panel or repeater panels.
(vii) In case of multiple alarms, the multiple alarm indication shall be
‘ON’. The multiple alarm indication shall be displayed & scrolled on
the fire alarm panel in chronological order through push buttons
provided on the panel.
(viii) The fire alarm panel shall have provision for programmed
activation of required annunciations on the main control panel, control
and interlocks with fire protection systems.
1.6.7. FIRE PANEL CONSTRUCTION DETAILS
(i) Fire alarm panel shall have a degree of protection of IP: 54.
(ii) Fire alarm panel shall be fabricated out of sheet steel having a
minimum thickness of 2 mm, with adequate bracing and stiffeners
provided where necessary to prevent wobbling or buckling.
(iii) All sheet steel shall be degreased, pickled, phosphated and then applied
with two coats of chlorinated rubber based primer and two coats of
finishing paint, both inside and outside with colour shade.
(iv) All doors, removable covers and plates shall be gasketted all around
with neoprene gaskets.
(v) Suitable removable undrilled cable gland plates shall be gasketted all
around with neoprene gaskets.
(vi) The panel shall be completely factory wired, absolutely ready in all
respects for installation at site and termination of all external cabling.
The internal wiring of the panel shall be carried out with 650 V grade,
stranded copper wires of size rated for the current in the corresponding
circuit. The minimum size of the wire shall not be less than 0.8 sq. mm
for electronic circuits and 1.5 sq. mm for electrical circuits & 14 AWG
for grounding.
(vii) Terminal blocks of 650V grade and of adequate size and current rating
shall be provided for terminating all external cables. A minimum of 10
percent spare terminals shall be provided on the terminal blocks. The
type, size and make of the terminal block shall be subject to
PURCHASER‘S approval.
(viii) Adequate space shall be provided for termination of external cables.
The minimum distance between two rows of terminal blocks shall be
175 mm. The minimum distance between the lowest terminal and the
gland plate shall be 250 mm.
(ix) All wiring termination shall be done using ferrules having indelible
marking.
(x) All floor mounted, free standing panels shall be provided with 240V, 1
– phase AC, fluorescent lighting fixture for interior illumination





controlled by a door switch. A 240V, 1phase, 5A, 3 pin receptacle shall
be provided on the fire alarm panels.
(xi) The fire alarm panel shall have provision for necessary control and
interlocking functions where the following systems / equipment are
provided on occurrence of a fire in corresponding zones :
(a) To switch off the air conditioning
(b) To close fire proof dampers in ventilation ducts.
(c) To switch off exhaust fans.
(d) Initiating the required alarms on the main annunciation panel / fire
station / security.
1.6.8. CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT (CPU)
(i) Central processing unit (housed in the fire alarm panel) utilizing the
microprocessor shall form the central monitoring of all the functions of
the fire alarm system.
(ii) CPU shall have provision for communicating / interfacing with various
components of the microprocessor based fire alarm system viz. fire
alarm panel, VDU, printer etc.
(iii) The system software shall be specifically designed for fire detection
and alarm system application which includes alarm processing, control,
status monitoring and various other functions to meet all the
requirements of the system specified.
(iv) The capacity of the processor shall be adequately designed to include
all input / output signals and various functional requirements of the
system.
(v) The processor offered shall be of min 32 bit processor.
(vi) The processor shall be designed to meet the following requirements.
(a) Updating of analog parameters display on VDU shall be less than 1 s.
(b) In case of graphic display, time for display on VDU screen on operators
request shall be less than 3 s.
1.6.9. VIDEO DISPLAY UNIT (VDU) WITH KEY BOARD
VDU with processing unit and keyboard (PC) shall be provided in Project Station building, in
addition to the fire alarm panels.
The VDU shall have the following features :
(i) Color monitor with graphic display facility
(ii) Data retrieval
(iii) Alarm annunciation, accept and reset facility.
(iv) Display of individual detector status sensitivity and setting of detector
sensitivity
(v) Commands and programming facility for performing various functions
Any other features necessary for proper functioning of the system.
(a) The VDU screen size shall be minimum 17 inches.
(b) The software used shall be provided with brief user’s guide menu to
enable the operator for proper use of various menu functions.





(c) Access to various programs and operation shall be through password to
restrict the use to authorized personnel.
The VDU shall be suitable for 240V, 1Ph AC power supply.
1.6.10. OPERATOR STATION SOFTWARE
The system and fire alarm panel in general shall be suitable to be able to be operated from PC.
The Fire Alarm Panel shall have capacity to connect to Building Automation System in future.
The system shall be upgradeable. PC and Printer if connected in remotely future shall have
the following minimum capabilities.
Operator Station (OS) software shall include as a minimum the operating System, Data Base
Manager, Communications Control, Operator Interface (OI) Trend and History Files, Report
Generator and Support Utilities, Scheduler and Time and Event Support Programs.
Real Time operating system shall be true multi-tasking providing concurrent execution of
multiple real time programs and custom program development. “Switching” from foreground
applications to background applications have the background applications are suspended is
not acceptable.

Data Base Manager is to manage all data on an integrated and non-redundant basis. It shall
allow additions and deletions to the data base without detriment to the existing data. Cross
linkages are to be provided such that no data required by a software program may be deleted
by the operator until that data has been deleted from its respective program.
1.6.11. PRINTER
A separate printer connected to CPU shall be provided in Project Station building.
Printer shall provide all outputs of status, alarms, events, acknowledgement, reset,
commands, selection etc. with time and create records.
Alarms shall be highlighted differently than other messages, including type, location, time,
date, address of alarm point etc. Multiple alarm shall be recorded in chronological order. If
an alarm is received during the preparation of the reports, the printer shall interrupt the report
to record the alarm received and resume automatically on receipt of alarm.

All changes to system programming shall be recorded automatically.
Communication with CPU shall be monitored and faults displayed on the VDU.
The printer shall be suitable for 240V, 1 pH AC power supply.

1.6.12. CABLE & CABLING ACCESSORIES
The CONTRACTOR shall supply and install, test / commission all cables including special
cables required for interconnecting fire alarm panel, detectors, manual call points, CPU, main
control panel for annunciation purpose, VDU, printer etc. so as to include cabling for the
complete fire detection and alarm system.







Cables for the fire detection and alarm system shall be
I. 2Cx 1.5 sq. mm , Twisted pair , 650/1100V grade, PVC insulated, FRLS PVC inner &
outer sheath, unarmoured, stranded, copper cables shall be used between the main FA
panel and the detectors -i.e. looping of the detector and power cable for control
module, individual FA panel and repeater panels.
II. 6cx1.5 sq.mm Twisted pair , 650/1100V grade, PVC insulated, FRLS PVC inner &
outer sheath, unarmoured, stranded, copper cables shall be used as interface cables for
interconnecting the FA panel to Repeater panels and Communication cables for Local
Area Networking (LAN) interconnecting the FA panel to PC.
All cables supplied shall bear the relevant ISI certification mark. Cables without the
ISI certification mark shall not be accepted. The make of cable supplied shall be
subject to PURCHASER’S approval.
The CONTRACTOR shall coordinate his activities for installation / wiring of
detectors, laying of cables in various areas etc. with other contractor in the respective
areas.
After installation, each core of the cable shall be tested in the presence of the
PURCHASER‘S representative for continuity and insulation resistance to earth and
between cores. These test values shall be submitted by the CONTRACTOR along with
the test reports.
Cable laying shall include laying, pulling of cables, proper dressing of cables, supply
and installation of cable fixing saddles, spacers and nylon cord for tying as required.
Cable termination shall include making the requisite holes in the gland plate of the
equipment, fixing the cable glands, terminating the cables in the gland, fixing of
crimping type cable lugs on each core if necessary ferruling and dressing of cable
cores inside the panel and connection to the equipment terminals. The cable and core
identifying tags / ferrules shall be supplied and installed as part of the cable
termination work.
The cables used for fire detection system are exclusive and are not shared with any
other system. The cables are routed away from other system cables.
1.6.13 CONDUITS, PIPES AND DUCTS.
The conduit shall conform to latest revision of IS : 9537 Part I. The size of the
conduit shall be 25 mm.

After award of contract, necessary drawings related to this scope will be provided by
the PURCHASER. The CONTRACTOR shall design the routings for conduits and
cables and the same should get approved by the PURCHASER. Based on that the
CONTRACTOR shall install conduits, pipes and ducts embedded in walls. All
accessories / fittings required for making the installation complete, including but not
limited to ordinary and inspection tees and elbows, checknuts, brass or galvanized
steel end caps, PVS / brass bell mouths for water - proof / fire - proof sealing, pull
boxes, saddles, spacers and required steel supporting work shall be supplied by the
CONTRACTOR. Conduit fittings shall be of the same materials as conduits.






Conduits / pipes running horizontally above false ceiling and other exposed conduit
running along the walls / structural members wherever necessary will be under
CONTRACTOR'S scope. All conduits / pipes shall have their ends closed by caps
until cables are pulled.
Each conduit run shall be marked with its designation. Identification shall be by
means of painting so located that each run of conduit is readily identified at each
end. Where conduits terminate at flush mounted boxes, cabinets or other
enclosures, the designations shall also be painted on the inside of the enclosure
adjacent to the conduits.
The CONTRACTOR shall have available at side dies for threading pipe or conduit
Of diameters and threads corresponding to the standards of the countries furnishing
the equipment. He shall thread or cut off and rethread pipe / conduit and shall install
adapters or reducers when required to connect sections conforming to different
standards or specifications. He shall ream out threads and weld conduit to join the
system together, if necessary. When cutting a conduit, it shall be firmly held in a
vice or by other suitable means, and shall be cut square, preferably using cold cut-off
saw, power hacksaw or other approved tool for cutting conduit, without leaving
larger inside burrs or otherwise leaving damaged end. Cut ends shall be reamed and
all burrs and sharp edges removed. Ends requiring threading shall have field run
threads cut clean and true with sharp, unworn dies to conform with pipe thread
standards for thread dimensions, length of threads, depth of thread and taper. All
field threaded ends of metallic conduits / pips shall be reamed after threading and
anticorrosive paint applied.
Exposed conduit (if any) shall be adequately supported by racks, clamps, straps or
by other approved means. Conduit supports shall be erected square and true to line
and grade with an average spacing between as given below, except where details
give closer spacing. Nominal Bore (dia) - 16 to 25 mm -1.2M

The fabrication and installation of supports and the clamping or fastening of
conduits to racks and supports shall be included in the scope of work by
CONTRACTOR. Drilled and tapped holes for screw fastening for conduits on
galvanized or painted steel shall be touched up with red lead and same finishing
paint before making up the connections.

Conduit shall be entered into terminal boxes at locations provided by equipment
MANUFACTURER' s designs unless otherwise shown on the drawings, or unless
otherwise directed by the PURCHASER. In general, all equipment enclosures,
cabinets and housings requiring conduit or cable entry shall be provided with
terminal boxes designed for terminating and sealing the ends of paper insulated
cable with compound or will have conduit terminating above level of emergence
from floor concrete, with a wiped joint required between lead sheath and wiping
sleeve on terminal box. However, a reasonable amount of drilling cutting, reaming
and relocating holes shall be considered as normal part of the work. Pull boxes,
junction boxes, outlet boxes and terminal boxes other than standard items and
standard pull sleeves and floor plates, plates terminating conduit runs at cable trays
and other plates in the path of conduit runs should be initially furnished un-
galvanized and without conduit or cable entry holes. The CONTRACTOR will
later be required to cut entry holes located to meet actual conduit locations as
installed after which boxes and plates shall be hot dip galvanized / painted as
required.






Where and if thin wall conduit is specifically permitted, conduit systems shall be
made up in a neat manner, using compression type fittings, which do not require
threading of the tubing. Fittings shall be made up with full thread engagement
between nuts and expansion sleeves and where thin wall conduits enter boxes,
shoulder or fitting shall bear tightly against box, with locknut inside drawn up
tightly. If difficulty in attaining clamping action from both inside and outside of
entry hole is encountered in bringing shoulder of fittings to bear, locknuts shall be
used on the fitting both inside and outside of the box at the entry hole. All joints
shall have structural rigidity and low electrical resistance across joints.
For long conduit wiring runs, inspection / pull boxes shall be provided at intervals
not exceeding 10 m. Such facilities shall also be provided at conduit bends.

1.7. OPERATING CONDITIONS / REQUIREMENTS
The Fire Detection & Alarm system shall be designed for conditions as below:
Ambient temperature : ranging from 290.5 to 316.5 K(17.5 to 50°C)
Relative humidity : ranging from 10 to 90%
Site altitude : 6.904m above Mean Sea Level.
The equipment shall be capable of operating with the maximum ambient temperature of
316.5 K (50°C).
All requirement shall be designed for operation under saline ambient conditions, being
close to sea.

1.8. IDENTIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT / COMPONENTS.
a) TAG Nos.
i) The Tag Nos. for Detector and Devices shall be as per various layout of
Buildings / areas enclosed.
ii) All panels shall have Tag number and the same shall appear on the front
and rear along with a descriptive name.
1.9. INSPECTION AND TESTING
The equipment covered by this Contract shall be subjected to inspection and
testing. The CONTRACTOR shall provide all services to establish and
maintain quality of workmanship in his works and that of his SUB-
CONTRACTORS to ensure the mechanical/electrical performance of
components, compliance with drawings, identification and acceptability of all
materials,parts and equipment.
The CONTRACTOR shall perform his internal inspection/testing before
offering the equipment for PURCHASER's inspection. Only after ensuring that
his inspection/test results are satisfactory, CONTRACTOR shall offer the
equipment for PURCHASER's inspection. However in case of such tests which
are required to be done only once in the life time of the equipment, the test
shall be carried out in the presence of PURCHASER's representative.
Distracting testing shall be done on the items supplied to purchaser.
The minimum inspection requirements for all components/equipment shall
conform to the design and fabrication requirements as defined in the Codes and





Standards referred to in the Specification document. The type of inspection
shall be as prescribed in Quality Control plan and as agreed upon by the
PURCHASER, and shall include, if applicable, inspection procedures
prescribed by Codes and Regulations recognised by the Governmental
Authority having jurisdiction over the installed goods.
Wherever required, getting approval of Government bodies under jurisdiction
is the sole responsibility of CONTRACTOR for his design, drawings,
manufacturing, testing and inspection by such bodies. In such cases approval
by Government bodies under jurisdiction shall not relieve the CONTRACTOR
from his responsibility of making good of defective
material/equipment/system. However, CONTRACTOR shall keep the
PURCHASER/his representatives informed in writing of any approval or
otherwise any comments of such Government bodies. CONTRACTOR shall
take the concurrence of PURCHASER or his representative before proceeding
with rectification procedures as called by the Government bodies.
Approval or passing of any such inspection by the PURCHASER or his
authorised representative shall not, however, prejudice the right of the
PURCHASER to reject the equipment if it does not comply with the
Specification when erected or give complete satisfaction in service.
COMMISSIONING CHECKS
The typical checks to be carried out at site are listed below ,however not
intended to form a comprehensvie commissioning check list as it shall be the
CONTRACTOR’s responsibility to draw up and carryout such a programme
duly approved by the PURCHASER.

I. TYPICAL CHECKS
(a) Check name plate details of every associated equipment according to
(b) specification.
(c) Check physical damage if any.
(d) Check for tightness of all bolts ,clamps and connecting terminals.
(e) Check cleanliness.
(f) Check earthing.
(g) Check hooters provided.
II. ELECTRICAL CHECKS
(a) Each wire shall be traced by continuity tests and it should be made sure
that the wiring is as per relevant drawings. All interconnection between
panels/equipment shall be similarly checked.
(b) All the wired terminals shall be meggered to earth.
(c) Functional checking of all control circuit.
(d) Insulation resistance test of all circuits.

1.10. TRIAL OPERATION AND TAKING OVER

Commissioning stage extends from the moment of take over for
commissioning after Fire Detection & Alarm system completion upto and
including take over under guarantee at the end of successful completion of
“Performance Tests” and includes ‘Preliminary Operation’, “Initial Operation”,
“Trial Operation” and “Performance Test”. During this stage, the system and
Equipment/system shall be carried out under the supervision of the





PURCHASER’s start-up and Commissioning Engineer strictly in accordance
with the Manufacturer’s written instructions. The CONTRATOR’s
Commissioning Engineer shall satisfy himself regarding proper completion of
Equipment erection, pre-commissioningclean up, Electrical Testing ,
instrument testing and calibration . He shall also carry out operating tests to
determine appropriate settings for various devices and also direct minor repairs
which may have to be carried out in the field. All data collected by him during
commissioning shall be handed over to the PURCHASER’s commissioning
team.
On successful completion of testing, commissioning the PURCHASER shall
take over the system and equipment, under guarantee through formal
documentation. Besides the specified conditions governing the period under
guarantee, additional conditions may be imposed and agreed to between the
PURCHASER and the CONTRACTOR depending upon the outcome of the
results of ‘Performance test’.
The operation and maintenance of the system and equipment during the
guarantee period as stipulated in the specification after take over under
guarantee shall be carried out by the PURCHASER’s Operation and
Maintenance Department in accordance with the CONTRACTOR’s
Operation and Maintenance Instruction Manuals and Specific instructions laid
down by the CONTRACTOR’s Commissioning Engineer of specified by him
time to time. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for remedying design,
material ,fabrication and is also responsible for constructional defects. During
this period, the CONTRACTOR shall provide, if required by the
PURCHASER the services of Operation Engineers to advise the Purchaser for
such periods and in such number as may be mutually agreed upon. The
CONTRACTOR’s Operation Engineers shall also train the PURCHASER’S
personnel, act as a liasion between the PURCHASER and the
CONTRACTOR, assist the PURCHASER in ordering and obtaining spare
parts ,generally monitoring operation and maintenance and trouble shooting
and supervising repair work under guarantee. On successful Completion of the
guarantee period , the system and equipment shall be taken Over completely by
the PURCHASER but with such conditions as may be mutually agreed to
between the PURCHASER and the CONTRACTOR depending upon the
performance of the system and Equipment during the guarantee period.

1.11.DRAWINGS, DATA AND MANUALS

To be submitted with the bid
The following data shall be submitted with the bid.
Completely filled in Data Sheet and Schedules called in Tender Document.
The TENDERER shall, however, not fill in the figures in the Price
Schedule copy to be enclosed with the Technical Part of the Tender.

The following drawings / documents shall be furnished along with the Tender:
i) Drawing of individual equipment indicating overall dimensions / part list
/ specifications.
ii) Write up on operation of the system.
iii) Write up on fire detection and alarm system, with model numbers,
features and other technical specification of the equipment/device which
they are offering.
iv) Manufacturer’s catalogue on individual equipment offered.





v) Document indicating makes of bought-out items.



1.12.DATA TO BE FURNISHED BY THE CONTRACTOR AFTER AWARD OF
CONTRACT

• Dimensional drawings, giving overall dimensional details, foundation and cable entry
particulars, weights, the necessary internal details, bill of materials, etc., for :
i) Fire Alarm Panel
ii) Main Annunciation Panels
iii) Repeater Panels
iv) Junction Boxes
v) Fire Sirens
vi) Manual Call Points

Detailed literature / catalogues giving full particulars, principle of operation, range
and settings whether settings adjustable at site, colour, material of detector
enclosures, degree of protection, dimensional and mounting details for all types of
detectors offered.

• Detailed internal schematic and wiring diagram for :
i) Fire Alarm Panel
ii) Main Annunciation Panels
iii) Repeater Panels
iv) Manual Call Points
v) All types of detectors offered.

• Detailed write-up explaining the principle and operation of the complete fire alarm
system.
• List of inscriptions on modules / facia windows of the Fire alarm panels.
• Calculation for arriving at the number of detectors .

• Detailed layout drawings of all areas in the plant indicating location of detectors,
manual call points fire alarm panels, junction boxes, sirens, etc., and showing details
of mounting of the detectors and routing of the CONTRACTOR’s cables between
detectors, manual call points and junction boxes.
• Approval of relevant drawings from the Tariff Advisory Committee and other bodies
as applicable.
• List of routine, type and functional tests and the test procedure, for all equipment
supplied under the contract.
• Technical details of all cables being supplied by the CONTRACTOR.
• Interconnection schedule giving full particulars of cable type and terminal connection
details to be made between various component/devices of the system. Cable
schedules and design drawings shall be made as built after the installation.
• Approvals / clearances and test certificates for :
i) All flame-proof equipment
ii) All types of detectors offered.
iii) Cables.
(a) Ionisation type smoke detectors using radioactive method from DRP or
any other internationally recognised institute.
(b) Sensitivity / response time for all detectors.






• Guaranteed technical particulars of all equipment supplied under the contract and
additional details as required.
• Copies of all routine and type test certificates for all equipment / systems covered under
this contract.
• Detailed instruction manual for the fire alarm system provided.

The CONTRACTOR shall also furnish to the PURCHASER / CONSULTANT the
required data / drawings / information called for elsewhere in the specification and also
deemed necessary from time to time for design and engineering of the project.


1.13. SPARES.

The TENDERER shall include in his scope of supply, all the necessary (ii)
Essential spares and (iii) Recommended spares, as described below. The spares,
ordered by the PURCHASER, shall be delivered at site along with the main
equipment. The requirement of 'Essential' and 'Recommended' spares shall be
for a period of five (5) years of satisfactory operation of equipment. The
PURCHASER reserves the right to finalize the exact quantities of the spare
parts and effect price adjustment on the basis of the unit rates quoted by the
TENDERER.


ESSENTIAL SPARES

a) Essential spares are those spares which are considered necessary by the
PURCHASER for five (5) years of normal operation of the system.

b) The TENDERER shall quote unit rates for each Essential spare. The total
price of all Essential spares, as enlisted in the tender document, shall be
considered for tender evaluation. The PURCHASER reserves the right to
alter the items and/or quantities of spares while placing the order.

c) In case any Essential spare part is considered as not applicable for the
equipment offered by the TENDERER, the same shall be indicated as 'Not
Applicable'. However, the TENDERER shall still indicate the prices for
each and every Essential spare item specified in the tender document in
the Schedule of Prices, whether he considers it necessary or not to have
such spares. If the TENDERER fails to quote the price of any essential
spare item, the highest price quoted by other TENDERERS for that
particular item shall be considered for loading his TENDER.

RECOMMENDED SPARES

a) Recommended spares are those spares which the TENDERER considers
necessary for five (5) years of normal operation and which are in
addition to the Essential spares. The TENDERER shall indicate his
recommended list of spares. Their unit prices shall be indicated in the
Schedule of Prices. The PURCHASER reserves the right to buy any or
all of the Recommended Spare Parts. The total price of Recommended





Spares shall be considered, while evaluating the tender after normalizing
the items and quantities for the recommended spares.

b) The TENDERER shall take into consideration the shelf life of spares
offered when deciding on the list and quantity of spares. The
TENDERER shall also indicate the service expectancy period for the
spare parts under normal operating conditions before replacement shall
be necessary.

c) All spares supplied under this Contract shall be strictly interchangeable
with the parts for which they are intended to be replacements. The spares
shall be treated and packed for long storage under the climatic conditions
prevailing at the Site, e.g. small items shall be packed in sealed
transparent plastic bags with desiccators packs as necessary.

d) Each spare shall be clearly marked or labelled on the outside of its
packing with its description and purpose. When more than one spare part
is packed in a single case, a general description of the contents shall be
shown on the outside of such case and a detailed list enclosed. All cases,
containers and other packages must be suitably marked and numbered for
the purposes of identification. A spare parts list with identification tag
nos. for each spare part shall be furnished.
e) The CONTRACTOR shall guarantee the PURCHASER that before
going out of production of spare parts, for the equipment furnished, he
shall give atleast 12 months advance notice, so that the PURCHASER
may order his requirement of spares in one lot, if he so desires.
f) All spare items shall undergo the same extent of inspection and testing as
of the original component.

1.14. SPECIAL TOOLS AND TACKLES.

a. For all major equipment, the CONTRACTOR shall provide appropriate structural steel
members for mounting various handling devices which are necessary for the
dismantling and reassembly of equipment components during erection and
maintenance.

b. The TENDERER shall indicate and include in his scope of supply all the necessary
tools and tackles required for erection, maintenance and servicing of the equipment
and components. The PURCHASER reserves the right to exclude any of the above
items from the TENDERER's scope of supply and effect price adjustments on the
basis of the unit rates quoted by the TENDERER. Maintenance tools and tackles
supplied shall be new and unused. The despatch of tools, tackles and lifting devices
shall be synchronised with the despatch of the related system/equipment.

c. The CONTRACTOR shall supply all tools and tackles clearly marked with its size
and/or purpose. They shall not be used for erection purpose.

d. Each set of tools and tackles shall be suitably arranged in fitted boxes of mild steel
construction. The number of boxes being determined in relation to the layout of the
plant in question. The taps, stocks and dies shall be kept in approved mild steel boxes
with compartments for individual items. If the weight of any box and its contents is





such that it cannot be conveniently carried it shall be supplied on steerable rubber
tyred wheels.

e. Each tool box shall be fitted with a lock and two keys and shall be painted navy blue
and clearly marked in white letters, with the name of the system/equipment for which
the tools and tackles are intended.

f. The tools and tackles with the appropriate boxes are to be handed over to the
PURCHASER at the time of issue of the taking over.

g. The tools and tackles set shall necessarily consists of the following
Universal Detector Removal Tool : Universal detector removal tool suitable for use
with the majority of detectors with colour coded tri-grips twist into place to create
different size combinations. The combinations of the tri-grips shall enable
removal/replacement of different size detectors. The tool shall have a universal joint
ensuring that the tool remains parallel with the ceiling while in use, providing easy
extraction and replacement – even on detectors that cannot be accessed from directly
underneath. It shall allow removal/replacement of detectors at angles and adjustable
for different sizes of detectors.


Telescopic Pole
Telescopic pole shall extend from 1.26m to 4.5m in 4 sections allowing access to
detectors fitted up to 6m and shall be made up of . strengthened durable fiberglass. It
shall be of light weighted and portable. ‘Total lock’ system shall ensure easy telescopic
section lock and never allow twist. Removal Tool shall simply slide into top of pole
and are released by pressing a button. It shall be made up of non-conductive material.

Heat detector tester
Heat detector shall be operable with 220 / 240Volt AC supply and battery. It shall
rapidly activate detectors by directing heat horizontally at the sensor. It shall be
supplied with 2 battery batons that fit inside the poles and a fast charger . It shall not
generate any flame and shall have 5 metre cable. It shall work using Cross Air
Technology in which air is heated and blown across the cup, which means the heat
source is directed at the detector sensor, not the plastic components or the infra-red
beam in the cup.
Smoke Test Aerosol
Aerosol shall be suitable for all makes and models of detector, whilst not harming the
detector, its components, the user or the environment.

1.15. TRAINING

a. The CONTRACTOR shall train the PURCHASER's engineering personnel
in the shops, where the Equipment shall be manufactured and or in their
collaborator's works and where possible, in any other plant/site where
Equipment manufactured by the CONTRACTOR or his collaborator is
under installation or test to enable those personnel to become familiar
with the Equipment being furnished by the CONTRACTOR. The period
of training shall be adequate and mutually agreed upon by the
OWNER/PURCHASER and the VENDOR/ CONTRACTOR.






b. The training shall be so oriented as to make the
OWNER'S/PURCHASER'S personnel proficient in operating the
Equipment

c. The PURCHASER'S personnel shall also be trained for routine
maintenance work and lubrication, overhauling, adjustments, testing
and replacement procedures to be adopted for the Equipment offered.

d. The CONTRACTOR shall train the PURCHASER'S personnel in carrying
out minor repairs, during the operation of the Equipment.

e. The Charges for training the PURCHASER’s personnel and the cost of
training material, if any shall be included in the price for supply erection,
testing and commissioning.
f. The CONTRACTOR shall provide all necessary instruction material for
training which shall include manuals, booklets, pamphlets, drawings,
sketches, models, pictures, photo, colour slides, films etc. The training and
instruction material shall become the property of the purchaser.

g. The CONTRACTOR shall provide at no extra cost to the PURCHASER all
necessary facilities and reasonable assistance as deemed necessary for the
training. The travelling and living expenses of such personnel shall be
borne by the Purchaser.

1.16. WARRANTY AND AMC

a. The CONTRACTOR shall guarantee that material and workmanship of all
components and operation of the equipment shall meet the requirements of the
specification for the period of 3 years.

b. With respect to the goods covered in the specifications the CONTRACTOR shall
provide to the PURCHASER guarantees:

a) Of Title:
The CONTRACTOR warrants that the goods are not subject to any
security interest, lien or other encumbrance.

b) Against Patent Infringements:
Except when the PURCHASER furnishes design specifications to the
CONTRACTOR, the CONTRACTOR shall at his own expense, defend
and save the PURCHASER harmless from the expenses and consequences
of any suit or procedure brought against the PURCHASER, so far as said
suit or procedure is based on a claim that the goods furnished constitute an
infringement of any patent in existence on the date of the order. In
addition, the CONTRACTOR shall secure at his own expense a fully paid
up license or licenses that shall permit the PURCHASER to continue use
of the goods furnished free of further claim for infringement.

c) Of Performance:
The CONTRACTOR shall guarantee that the goods furnished by him
shall be in full accordance with the requirements of this specification.






d) Of Quality:

The CONTRACTOR warrants that the goods are new and of high quality
and that the goods shall be free of defects in design, materials or
workmanship for a period of twelve(12) months from the date of
commissioning of the corresponding equipment.

c. If within the expiry of the stipulated warranty period, the subject goods or any
parts thereof are found defective because of design, workmanship or materials, the
CONTRACTOR at his own expense, repair or furnish and install replacement parts
within 15 days from the date of such intimation. Design, workmanship and
material of such repairs / replacements shall be approved by the PURCHASER.
The guarantee period for replaced parts or repair work shall be the same as above.

d. During warranty period Periodical testing and cleaning of all equipments, devices
connected in the network shall be carried out preferably once in a month. Supplier
shall quote for Comprehensive AMC for the period of 03 years which starts after
the warranty period. AMC scope shall include

e.
a. all breakdown maintenance
b. periodical testing and cleaning of all equipments and devices shall be
carried out once in a month
c. Quarterly preventive maintenance of all equipments and devices
During warranty and AMC period, the bidder shall record all tests and system
calibrations and a copy of these results shall be retained on site in the System
Log Book.







1.17. DATA SHEETS / SCHEDULES

FIRE DETECTION & ALARM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS –
Data Sheet -A

1. DETECTORS
1.1 Resettability of detectors Self-resetting / remote resettable /
locally resettable / non – resettable..

1.2 Interchangeability of
detectors required
Yes / No

1.3 Response indicator Flashes intermittently to indicate
healthy condition.
Lights up steadily under alarm
condition.
1.4. Test facility required on
panel
Yes / No
1.5 Label To be provided with a tag.
1.6 Mounting facilities required Yes / No
1.7 Radioactivity for ionisation
smoke detector
Limited to 0.5 – 0.9 µ curies.


1..8 Power Supply
(a) Fire alarm panel 240V AC
(b) Repeater panel
(c) Fire Siren
(d) Paint shade for panels
19 Degree of protection of
components / panels
IP54 for indoor areas

1.10 Range / location of fire
sirens
2 kilometers.
1.11.
Cables for the fire detection and alarm system shall be;
(a)
2Cx 1.5 sq mm , Twisted pair, PVC insulated, FRLS PVC inner &
outer sheath, unarmoured, stranded, copper cables shall be used
between the FA panels and the detectors-i.e looping of the detector
and power cable for control module, individual FA panel and repeater
panels
(b) 6Cx1.5 sqmm Twisted pair , 650/1100V grade, PVC insulated, FRLS
PVC inner & outer sheath, unarmoured, stranded, copper cables shall
be used as interface cable interconnecting the FA panel to repeater
panels and Communication cables for Local Area Networking (LAN)
interconnecting the FA panel to PC.






DESIGN SHEET FOR ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM



Sl.No. Description AFC BFC LAS MCP HD TC FACP FACP(R) Hooter

Ground floor

1 Entrance lobby 1 2 4 1 -
2 Store -1 1
3 Accounts 1 4
4 EPABX 1
5 UPS room 1
6 GYM 6
7 Ladies room 1
8 Rest room 1
9 Staff recreation 2
10 PA -1 1
11 Reactor Physics senior 1
12 Head 1
1 Canteen 4 4 1 1
14 Food counter 2 2 1 1
15 Kitchen 2
16 Store -2 1
17 OTS 2
18 AHU-2 1
19 AC Plant 2
20 Store - 3 1
21 P&IR 1 1 4
22 Waiting area 1 1
23 Maintenance 2
24 Health Physics Head 1
25 Senior 1
26 PA -2 1
27 VSAT room 2 2 1 1
28 Auxiliary staff 2
29 Corridor 13 8 2
Total 24 18 4 5 2 42 1 - 2
FIRST FLOOR
1 Entrance lobby 2 2 1 1 - 1
2 Conference 2 1 1 1
3 Mechanical maintenance
Junior
2
4 Senior -1 1
5 Head -1 1
6 Pantry 1 1
7 Xerox 1 1 1
8 Bag deposition and security 1 1
9 Library 10 7 2 2 1
10 AHU -3 1 1
11 OTS 6
12 AHU-4 1
13 Mechanical Engineering 1
14 Electrical Engineering 1
15 Store-1 1
16 Store-2 1
17 Civil engineering 1
18 Electrical commissioning 1 1 1
19 Junior-2 1 1 1
20 Senior-2 1
21 Junior-3 1 1






Sl.No. Description AFC BFC LAS MCP HD TC FACP FACP(R) Hooter
22 Senior-3 1
22 PA-1 1 1
23 C&I 1 1 1
24 Planning 2 2 1 1
25 PA-2 1 1 1 1
26 Senior-4 1
26 Head 1 1 3
27 Senior 1
28 UPS room 1 1 1
29 EPABX 1
30 Corridor 14 8 2 3 2
31 Entrance Lobby 1
Total 38 28 11 11 3 30 - 1 2
SECOND FLOOR
1 Senior-1 1
2 Junior-1 1
3 Junior-6 1 1
4 C&I construction head 1
5 Electrical room 1
6 IT 1
7 Junior-1 1
8 PA-1 1
9 Civil construction 1 1 2
10 Senior-2 1
11 Junior-5 1
12 PA-2 1
13 Junior-3 1
14 PA-3 1 1 1
15 Mechanical and piping 1
16 Senior-3 1 1
17 Senior-4 2 1
18 Electrical construction 1 1
19 PA-3 1
20 Junior-4 1
21 Operation head 1 1
22 AHU-5 1
23 AHU-6 1
24 Room adjacent to AHU 4 2 1 1
25 Library 5 6 1 2
26 Junior-7 2
27 Document cell 3 2 1
28 Senior-5 1
29 Corridor 8 8 2 2 1 2
30 Conference 4 4
Total 31 28 6 6 - 22 - 1 2
THIRD FLOOR
1 Reactor engg. 1
2 Generating power 1
3 instrumentation 1
4 Electrical room
5 Plant records 4
6 PA-1 1
7 TSS 1 1
8 PA Office Records-1 1
9 Industrial Safety room 1
10 Officer Senior visiting 2 2 1 1
11 PA-2 1 1








Sl.No. Description AFC BFC LAS MCP HD TC FACP FACP(R) Hooter
12 Office records-1 1 1
13 CCE 2 2 1 1
14 Rest room-1 1 1
15 AHU-7 1
16 AHU-8 1
17 Rest room-2 1 1
18 Room adjacent to AHU -7 1 1
19 Office records-2 1 1
20 CS 1 1
21 PA-3 1 1
22 OS 1 1
23 Corridor 8 8 2 2 1 2
24 PA Office records-2 1
23 MS 1 1
24 PA Office records-3 1
25 TS 1 1
26 PA Office records-4 1
27 Junior-1 1
28 Office records-3 1
29 PA 1 1
30 Senior-1 1
31 Junior-2 1
32 Junior-3 1
33 Head 1
Total
FOURTH FLOOR
1 Pantry 1
2 Discussion 1 1
3 SD’s Office 2 2 1 1
4 Visitor lounge 1 1
5 SD room 2 2 1 1
6 Rest room 1 1 1
7 Green house
8 AHU -10 1
9 AHU -9 1
10 Electrical room 1
11 Green house
12 Rest room 1 1
13 PD room 4 4 1 1
14 Visitor lounge 2 2 1 1
15 PD Office 2 2 1 1
Corridor 8 8 1 1 1 2
Total 24 24 6 6 - 5 - 1 2
AUDITORIUM

1 Green room-1 1
2 Display lobby-1 8 6 1 1 1 1
3 Server room
4 Lunch room 1
5 Rest room 1
6 Pantry
7 VIP Lunch room 1
8 CMD, Chairman 6 4 1 1
9 Discussion room 2 1 1 1
10 Office & PA 1 1
11 Visitor Lounge 2 1 1
12 Green room-2 1





Sl.No. Description AFC BFC LAS MCP HD TC FACP FACP(R) Hooter
13 Lobby and AHU 3 3 1 1
14 Stage

1
15 Projector room 1 1
16 Lobby area-2 1
17 Electrical room 1
18 Display lobby-2 1 1 1
Total 23 16 6 6 1 8 - 3 3
SUB STATION BUILDING
Electrical room 1
Total - - - - - - - 1
Grand total 165 139 37 38 6 128 1 8 13

ABBREVIATIONS
AFC Above false ceiling
BFC Below false ceiling
TC True ceiling
RI Response Indicator
LAS Loop addressable sounder
MCP Manual call point
FACP Fire alarm control panel
FACP(R) Fire alarm control panel
(Repeater Panel)






PART-II

ANNEXURE TO FORM OF TENDER

2. TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS.

The Tenderer shall furnish technical parameters of various components offered in the format of
Data Sheet for each equipment given below:

DATA SHEET-B

Sl.
No.
Item
I Detectors/Sensors
1 Number of contacts on the push button NO / NC Nos.
2 Colour of Push button actuator
3 Catalogues for manual call point enclosed Yes / No.
4 Pedestals for Mounting Manual Call Points
5 Type of pedestal
6 Material of pedestal
7 Height of manual call point when pedestal mounted M
8 Details of painting with colour finish as per IS 5
(a)Normal areas
(b)Corrosive areas

9 Whether pedestals are with complete mounting bolts and accessories
Yes / No
10 Pedestal provided with suitable conduit / pipe for routing cables to MCP.
Yes / No
11 General

12 Whether all type of detectors are plug – in unit, fitting into a fixed base.
Yes / No
13 Whether different type of detectors are interchangeable on the same base
Yes / No
14 Whether the addressable detectors of each type offered have all the
features as specified. If not, list out the features not incorporated






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15
Whether all detectors are resettable type (without replacement of any part
or detector after operation)

Yes / No
16
Whether all types of detectors are provided with a means for measuring
and indication of set sensitivity or sensitivity range or sensitivity test
feature after installation. Whether these details for each type of detector
furnished with the TENDER.



Yes / No
17
Whether the detectors with variable settings are provided with mechanical
stop for maximum and minimum settings


Yes / No
18
Whether response indicators for all types of detectors provided as
specified.

Yes / No
19
Whether test facility on each individual detector provided for testing at site
as specified. Furnish the details for each type.


Yes / No
20 Whether detectors (as applicable) are provided with inset guard

Yes / No
21
Coverage or zone of protection / spacing for each type of detector offered,
for different mounting heights furnished with the TENDER


Yes / No
22
Whether any special mounting / maintenance procedure required for any
of the detectors type offered. Furnish details for each type.
23
Whether all routine / type / functional tests shall be carried out by the
CONTRACTOR at works and site on all types of detectors offered as per
relevant standards


Yes / No
24
Copy of approval / clearance certificates from bodies / authorities listed in
the specification for all the detectors offered enclosed with the TENDER


Yes / No
25
Whether all catalogues and detailed literature for all, types of detector
offered enclosed with the TENDER

Yes / No
26
Whether experience list for each type of detector offered enclosed with the
TENDER

Yes / No
Multi sensors
1 Make
2 Model No. & Type
3 Applicable standards
4 Principle of operation
5 Sensitivity / response threshold value.
6
Test certificates for sensitivity /
response threshold value test
enclosed with the TENDER Yes / No





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7
Whether sensitivity / response threshold value adjustable at site (if ,
so indicate range and type of setting)
8
Maximum and minimum mounting height at which the detector
operates satisfactorily
Meters

9 Listed spacing of the detector
10
Whether the detectors are marked with their normal sensitivity,
listed spacing and tolerance limit Yes / No
11
Details to be furnished with regard to ionisation smoke detector
using radio active material

Yes / No





ABBREVATION:-

MCP - MANUAL CALL POINT
NOTE :- The Equipment mentioned in the above Tables shall be complete with all
accessories to meet the specified Performance and Operational requirement As
enumerated in Various Sections of this Specification. In case of multi sensors,
technical data sheet shall be filled for all sensors.





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2.1.GENERAL PARTICULARS

The TENDERER shall furnish here the following general particulars:

1.0 Name of the TENDERER/ MANUFACTURER
2.0 Address of the TENDERER/ MANUFACTURER
3.0 Telegraphic and telex addresses of the
TENDERER

4.0 Name and designation of the Officer of the
TENDERER to whom all reference shall be made
for expeditious technical co-ordination

5.0 If the equipment is manufactured in foreign
collaboration, please furnish necessary details

6.0 Place of manufacture & assembly
7.0 Current registration number with DGS & D
8.0 Whether service facilities available, if so details
9.0 Whether sufficient spares are available in stock


SIGNATURE ______________

DESIGNATION ______________

COMPANY ______________

DATE ______________

SEAL OF COMPANY





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2.2.DELIVERY SCHEDULE.

The TENDERER shall indicate the times for manufacture, delivery and other
activities of each equipment as shown below:


Sl.
No.
Equipment
Time required for
shipment to site
from date of order.
time from date of
order to start the site
(months) (months)










SIGNATURE ______________

DESIGNATION ______________

SEAL OF COMPANY COMPANY ______________

DATE ______________





















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2.3.DATA & MANUALS SUBMISSION SCHEDULE.
Drawings/Documents

Sl. No. DESCRIPTION Period from LOI








2.4. TOOLS AND TACKLES

The TENDERER shall give below the list of special erection and maintenance
tools and tackles offered by him.

Sr. No. Particulars Quantity

















SIGNATURE ______________

DESIGNATION ______________

SEAL OF COMPANY COMPANY ______________

DATE ______________






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2.5.LIST OF SPARES

The TENDERER shall indicate hereunder the quantities of spare parts
required for all equipment.

Sl.
No
Description
Part
No.
Manuf
acturer
Qty. of spares
recommended
If set.
Nos.
per set
Delivery
period
(weeks)
Remarks
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8)

a)

Essential
Spares


b)

Recommended
Spares
(Discounting
quantity of
essential spares
above)



SIGNATURE ______________

DESIGNATION ______________

COMPANY ______________

DATE ______________

SEAL OF COMPANY





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2.6.PROOF OF ABILITY.

The TENDERER shall furnish here a list of all similar jobs and letter of
appreciation from them executed by him to whom a reference may be
made by the PURCHASER in case the PURCHASER considers such a
reference necessary.



SL.
No.
Description of work
including quantity of
items
Work
Order or
P.O.No.
and Date
Value of
Work
Delivery
Date as
per P.O.
Actual
Date of
Delivery
Contact
Address
of
Purchaser



SIGNATURE ______________

DESIGNATION ______________

COMPANY ______________

DATE ______________


SEAL OF COMPANY





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2.7.LIST OF DEVIATIONS.
All deviations from the technical specification shall be filled in by the TENDERER clause by
clause in this schedule.

SECTION CLAUSE No. DEVIATION



The TENDERER hereby certifies that the above mentioned are the only
deviations from the technical specification of the enquiry.




SIGNATURE ______________

DESIGNATION ______________

COMPANY ______________

DATE ______________

SEAL OF COMPANY






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All deviations from the contract conditions shall be filled in by the TENDERER clause by
clause in this schedule.


SECTION CLAUSE No. DEVIATION



The TENDERER hereby certifies that the above mentioned are the only
deviations from the General Conditions of the Contract.



SIGNATURE ______________

DESIGNATION ______________

COMPANY ______________

DATE ______________

SEAL OF COMPANY







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2.8. GUARANTEE.

TENDERER shall indicate tolerances applicable to each of the guaranteed parameters above
and the reference standards.

The Contractor warrants that the goods supplied under this Contracts shall be new, of high
quality and free from defects in design, materials or workmanship and shall perform
satisfactorily during the guarantee period.

The Contractor guarantees that the goods furnished by him shall be in full accordance with
the Contract.

If during the stipulated guarantee period, the subject goods are found defective of design,
materials and workmanship, the Contractor, shall (at his own expense), repair or furnish and
install replacement parts/equipment approved by Purchaser. The guarantee for the replaced
part or repaired work shall also be as per the original equipment supplied under this Contract,










SIGNATURE ______________

DESIGNATION ______________

COMPANY ______________

DATE ______________







SEAL OF COMPANY








2.9. DECLARATION SHEET.

a) The Tenderer Confirms that he has carefully examined Part I to Part III
of the Tender and have fully informed and satisfied himself as to the
nature, character and qualities of items to be supplied, site conditions,
seismic and other special requirements, and other pertinent meters and
details.

b) The Tenderer confirms that he has clearly understood the requirements
of qualification specified in this tender document and confirms that he
is adequately qualified to submit the Ternder for this enquiry.

c) The Tenderer confirms that his firm has previously performed
equipment supply contracts of value equal to or higher than the Contract
price of this Tender and that his firm has adequate financial resources
for execution of this Contract.

d) The Tenderer confirms that his firm has clearly understood the
implication of the delivery period of this Contract and the guarantees
involved. He agrees to abide by the liquidated damages stipulated in this
Tender.

e) The Tenderer confirms that his firm either singly or along with his
collaborator has the adequate technical capability to design,
manufacture, test, erect and commission the equipment/system and meet
the performance requirements as specified in the Tender.






SIGNATURE ______________

DESIGNATION ______________

COMPANY ______________

DATE ______________


SEAL OF COMPANY

CONTENTS PART-I : TECHINCAL SPECIFICATION 1.1 1.1.1 1.1.2 1.1.3 1.1.4 1.2 1.3 1.3.1 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10. 1.11. 1.12. 1.13. 1.14 1.15 1.16. 1.17 Scope Scope of supply/works Exclusions/items related to scope but not included Terminal Points Option for placement of order Project data / site conditions List of applicable documents Codes and standards System Description General Requirement Design and Manufacturing Requirements Operating Conditions / Requirements Identification of Equipment / Components Inspection and testing Trial operation and taking over Drawings, data and manuals Data to be furnished by the contractor after award of contract Spares Special tools and tackles Training Warranty and AMC Data sheets / Schedules Page no. 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 6 8 13 14 24 24 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 33

PART-II : ANNEXURE TO FORM OF TENDER 2. 2.1. 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 Technical data sheets General particulars Delivery schedule Drawings, data & Manuals submission schedule Tools and tackles List of spares Proof of ability List of deviations Guarantee Declaration sheet

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PART-I TECHINCAL SPECIFICATION 1.1 Scope: This specification covers the design, material, construction, manufacture, inspection and testing at the CONTRACTOR's/his SUB-CONTRACTOR's works, packing, transportation and delivery, installation & commissioning at site, of Fire Detection & Alarm System with all accessories including loop cables and conduits(Which are required between various detector) and a set of cables and conduits required between PC, Printer, Main fire alarm panel, Repeater panels, Annunciation panel and control terminals, complete in all respects as per subsequent Clauses of this tender and Bill of Materials attached as Annexure -1. 1.1.1 1.1.1.1 Scope of Supply/Works: The equipments which shall be supplied by contractor are indicated in the enclosed Annexure. Spare parts and maintenance tools as described in this specification shall be supplied by the contractor. Whether called for specifically or not all accessories required for normal operation of system are deemed to be considered as a part of the CONTRACTOR'S scope of supply. It is not the intent to specify completely herein, all details of design and construction of the equipment. However, the equipment shall conform in all respects to high standards of engineering, design and workmanship and be capable of performing in continuous commercial operation upto the CONTRACTOR'S guarantees in a manner acceptable to the PURCHASER, who shall interpret the meaning of drawings and specifications and shall be entitled to reject any work or material which, in his judgement, is not in full accordance therewith. The entire system comprises of the following individual components: (i) Individual detectors, monitoring, control and relay modules. (ii) Fire alarm monitoring and control panel along with PC, printer, monitor, rack etc at the ground floor entrance of Project Station building. (iii) Repeater fire alarm panels at all floors (total 4 floors) except ground floor of Project Station building, Auditorium ground floor and Substation building. (iv) 2 core, 1.5 sq. mm, Twisted pair, FRLS cables connecting the individual fire detectors, monitoring, control and relay modules. (v) 6 core, 1.5 sq. mm, twisted pair, FRLS cables connecting the repeater panels and main panel in Project Station building. (vi) Power supply unit to the main panel along with battery backup to draw power from 240Vac Power Supply Sockets. (vii) Interconnecting of Aspiration system installed in Auditorium with main panel in Project Station building (viii) Interconnecting of detectors installed in Substation building with Main panel in Project Station building

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By Road.2. install.2.1.2.2 1.1.2. 1. is excluded from the scope of the work.2.8 1.3 Terminal Points: CONTRACTOR shall supply.6 1. (i) Civil Works ( Foundation and Embedded parts in concrete).2 1.2. The PURCHASER reserves the right to accept or reject the lowest or any other tender without assigning any reason for the same.2.5 1. AC . As such no terminal point except that PURCHASER shall provide two nos of 240V.4 1.7 1.3 PROJECT DATA / SITE CONDITIONS Purchaser Project Title Location : : BHAVINI 500 MWe Prototype fast Breeder Reactor Project (PFBR) : Kalpakkam.2 Exclusions: Following item.2. 1. : 6.1.10 Elevation above Nearest Sea Port Nearest Air Port Nearest Rail head Nearest National Highway Transport Ambient Temperature : Chennai – 80km from Kalpakkam. Rail and Sea.9 1. test / commission all fire alarm system equipment including all interconnecting cables between various fire alarm system equipment and associated cable glands and lugs. Chengalput 32km from Kalpakkam. .4 Option for Placement of Order:The PURCHASER reserves the right to place order for all items / services listed in this specification or for a part there of at his discretion.904m Above MSL. Mean Sea Level (MSL) 1.2.2. 80km South of Chennai on the Coast of Bay of Bengal Latitude12° 33’ North & Longitude 80° 11’ East. NH 45 – Passing Through Chengalput. single phase. : : : : Chennai(Domestic&International) 70km from Kalpakkam. 1.1.1 1.

however.14 1.(i) (ii) (iii) 1. RH = 15%.11 1. Min.= 567mm. copies of English translation of such National Standards shall be attached to the tender. IS: 2062 Steel for general Structural purposes. testing and performance of Fire Detection & Alarm System supplied shall comply with the latest editions (including amendments thereto) of all currently applicable standards.6°C) 290. In case of conflict between the standards. vi. construction. statutes. manufacture. IS: 1893 Criteria for earthquake resistant design of structures. Min. IS: 5 Colours of ready mixed paints and enamels IS: 1646 Code of practice for fire safety of buildings (General) : ii. iv. requirements of this specification shall govern. Electrical Installation.2. IS: 2189 Code of Practice for selection installation and maintenance of automatic fire detection and alarm system. The latest currently valid codes & standards as on the date of the offer made shall govern. The Fire Detection & Alarm system shall conform to the currently applicable standards and codes of practice and reports as listed below. iii.12 1.6K (43.13 Maximum dry Bulb Temperature Minimum dry Bulb Temperature Design Ambient Temperature for Electrical Equipment/Devices : : : 316. Relative Humidity(RH) (condensations) : Air Quality Rain Fall : : 1. inspection. same shall be mutually discussed and agreed upon by the VENDOR and PURCHASER. In case of any alterations in system / equipment required due to changes in the codes & standards after placement of Letter of Intent. i. material. IS: 2175 Heat Sensitive Fire Detectors for use in automatic fire alarm system .3.2. free from chemical pollution Average annual Rainfall = 1312mm Highest = 2112mm. The tenders not complying with this requirement are liable for rejection.2.6K (55°C) Max. Air is Salt laden. regulations and safety codes in the locality where the equipment shall be installed. Required.6°C) 318. .3 1. RH = 100%. v.1 Tropicalisation : LIST OF APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS Codes and Standards The design.6K (17. Nothing in this specification shall be construed to relieve the CONTRACTOR of his responsibility. Other National Standards are acceptable if they are established to be equal to or superior to the listed standards. In all such cases. stringent specifications out of these standards shall govern. whereas in case of conflict between the standards and this specification.2.

xvii. IS: . IS: 2667 Fittings for rigid steel conduits for electrical wiring. ix. IS: 3895 Mono crystalline semiconductor rectifier cells and stacks. IS: 6875 Control switches for voltages upto and including 1000 V AC and 1200 V DC. xv. BS 5839 Part – 2 Specification for Manual Call Points. xiii. BS 5839 Code of practice for fire detection and alarm system in building . xxii. IS: 4007 Part-I Terminals for electronic equipment General requirement & tests. uniformity of coating on zinc coated articles. xx. xxix. xxv. IS: 9000 Basic environments testing procedures for electronic and electrical items. IS: 5921 Metal clad base material for printed circuits for use in electronic and tele – communication equipment xviii. ANSI. IS: 3034 Code of practice for fire safety of industrial buildings: Electrical Generating & Distributing stations. ANSI-UL 521 Specification for heat detectors. TE rules NFPA 72E Automatic fire detectors. IS: 4540 Mono crystalline semiconductor rectifier assemblies and equipment .UL 268 Smoke detectors for fire protective signalling systems. xxvi. xvi. xiv. xix. xxvii.2629 Recommended practice for Electrical relays for power system protection viii. IS: 13947 Part – I Low – voltage switchgear and control gear : Part 1 General rules. IS: 6553 Environmental requirements semiconductor devices and integrated circuits. xxx. xxxii. BS 5445 Part – 9 Methods of test of sensitivity to fire. IS: 7405 Printed wiring boards. xxi. IS: 3156 Voltage transformers. installation & maintenance of automatic fire alarm & detection system. rigid steel conduits. xxxiv. xxxvii. xxxvi. xxxviii. BS 5839 Part – 4 Automatic fire alarm system in Buildings : Control and Indication equipment xxxv. IS: 6005 Code of Practice for phosphating of iron and steel. xxiv. ANSI-NFPA-72 Code of practice for selection . BS 5839 Part – 5 Specification for optical beam smoke detector requirements. IS 9537 Part – II Conduits for electrical installation. AERB/SG/D-4 vii. xi. brazers and welding & brazing operators. IS: 3837 Accessories for rigid steel conduits for electrical wiring. AERB Safety guide No. xii. IS: 2633 Methods for testing. methods of test and performance criteria for detectors with ranges between 1m and 100m. ASME Section – IX Qualification standard for welding and Brazing procedures. IS: 11360 Specification for smoke detectors for use in automatic electrical fire alarm system. xxiii. IS: 9224 Low voltage fuses. IS: 6619 Safety code for semi – conductor rectifier equipment. xxxi. xxviii. welders. x. xxxiii. IS: 3136 Polycrystalline semiconductor rectifier equipment.

3. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION The fire detection and Alarm system covered under this specification is required to provide continuous surveillance against fire in the areas of Project Station. To provide an optional output from FAP to fire protection systems. (a) (b) (c) Project Station building (Ground + Four floors) Auditorium building (Ground + two floors) Substation building (Detectors already installed shall be connected as One Loop) 1. the detector encounter. the audio-visual fire alarm shall be generated at Fire Alarm Panel FAP and also initiate signal to operate Hooters located at convenient places in the Project Station building. thus protecting personnel and equipment. SYSTEM OPERATION Fire detection and Alarm System shall consist of individual detectors. printer.1. Data processing unit. This system shall automatically detect the presence of Smoke / Heat/Fire phenomena.4.1.4 1.1. Auditorium and Substation buildings under all conditions. All the detectors are incorporated with microprocessors (ASIC-Application Specific Integrated Circuit) which provide linear output corresponding to the quantity of smoke or fire. The Fire Alarm System envisaged for these buildings is “2-Wire Analog Addressable” type.4.2. Auditorium and Substation buildings. panel and annunciation in Project Station building GF. Auditorium and Substation buildings along with repeat display at fire alarm panels in those buildings. The . To provide an appropriate level of monitoring in the event of fire and audio visual annunciation at Main Fire Alarm Panel (FAP) located in the Project Station Building Ground floor. 1. fire alarm repeater panels in all floors of Project Station building.4.4. for tripping of Ventilation System Fans / Dampers / Air Handling Units on detection of fire in specific area for effective fire protection. The Fire Alarm System consists of Multi sensors distributed throughout the buildings and these detectors are connected to Fire Alarm Panel located in ground floor of Project Station building. system control terminal.3. The detector shall determine whether a fire condition exists in the room / area where the detector is located. In case of fire. visual display unit. The areas of buildings as listed below are covered by one fire alarm (FAP) panel of analog addressable type located in Project Station Building. To ensure high reliability and availability of the system with quick and exact identification of the fire location without false alarm.2 1. The main objectives of the Fire Detection system are: To detect fire in its early stages and activate or alert for implementation of emergency action.

Each detector shall have self-test facility. (I) Multi sensors (II) Manual call points (MCP).5 1.4. The Control Panel shall also check each sensor for contamination of dust/dirt and give signal for “Service” in case of accumulation of dust/dirt reaches a preset limit.3.4 1. the detector which has detected the fire can be identified on the fire alarm panel. 1.3. FA panel comprises of loop interface boards with specified loop capacity.9 .4.4. In individually addressable type. to the fire alarm panel.3.4. on initiation of alarm. FRLS cables shall be used for detector looping and also for Power supply.6. Detectors used in the buildings are all addressable detectors.4.4.3. Each individually addressable detector shall transmit its address and analogue value in terms of voltage signal which is normally proportional to the smoke concentration or temperature inside the detector chamber.3. Each area/zone is monitored by one independent loop whereas each floor is monitored by two loops. which further provides power to the detectors. The following types of detectors are used in the buildings . 1.3 Fire Alarm Panel shall be capable of operating in stand alone mode. FAP is connected to the main computer in the Project Station building by a dedicated Local Area Network (LAN).3. The above detectors are individually addressable type.1 1.communication between detectors and the control unit is by means of digital communication over 2-wire. rise of temperature due to fire and convert the same into an electrical signal for initiating the alarm. corresponding to the smoke / temperature.4. Indication and Graphic Display shall be provided in main FAP and all repeater FAPs and information from this Fire Alarm Panel shall be available in a dedicated computer in Project Station building. The fire alarm panel shall continuously monitor the status of the detectors and connecting lines. The FA panel evaluates the analog information received from each addressable detector and compares with set value to check for alarm condition. Communication and Data Acquisition from the detectors shall be done by dedicated electronic detection system in the Project Station building. The sensitivity of each sensor can be individually adjusted from the Control Panel to suit the conditions of each location. The individual elements (detectors / sensors/control / fault isolation modules / interface modules) are looped together and connected to the loop interface board on the FA panel on a 2 wire circuit (class B operation as per UL standard). which is monitored in the Control Panel.7 1.3. The fire detector detects the fire in the early stage by sensing one of its characteristic phenomena like combustion gases in fire. The panel shall evaluate the analogue information received from each addressable detector and compare with set value to check for alarm condition. This shall provide Graphic Display of the detector location.8 1.

switch -Isolate. (g) Push button. I.4. 1. Area description. (i) Push button . All alarms and indications of FA panel are repeated in the repeater panel. Connecting line identification number.11 1.3. (h) Push button -Test.4. (a) Fire. Auditorium building and Substation building are provided with repeater panels. The information from FAP is available in the central computer.Reset.3. Room no.4. . One potential free contact per loop/zone shall be provided for use in control of ventilation system. Local indication of individual detector shall be continuously ON and all indications of fire alarm panel except ‘MAINS ON’ shall be in “ off “ condition. In the Project Station building. Following controls shall be provided. III. In addition. and Detector no. Repeater panels shall be provided with additional LCD & VDU display. facility shall be provided to indicate the status of the detector. sequence of the events. (c) Isolate. by providing visual display unit and printer connected through PC and keyboard. alarm and trouble summary etc. 1. (f) Push button -Acknowledge. one spare contact shall be provided for each of the loop/zone.13. quiescent current shall flow through each connecting line. which shall repeat the information related to Floor Elevation.4.10 The FA panel can individually communicate with the central PC system located in the Project Station building by means of dedicated local area network.3. Following indications shall be provided on the fire alarm panel. Detector identification number (for addressable detectors). one potential free contact per loop/zone for use in extinguishing system. Repeater panels shall allow acknowledgement of all alarm signals generated by fire alarm system. (b) Fault.1. etc which is also displayed in the Main Fire Alarm Panel located at Ground floor of Project Station building.3. (d) Pre-alarm . II. All floors of Project Station building (except GF).12 Normal Condition During normal condition of operation of detection system. Shut down Condition The fire detection and alarm system shall be in operation even during 240V ac power failure for continuous 24 hours in normal condition and further 5 minutes in ALARM condition. (e) Multiple alarms. Following information shall be displayed on the panel.

c.4. The status shall be reported to Data processing unit located in Project Station building which shall give area description.1.4. The fire alarm panel verifies the signal by sending a reset signal to the detector or comparing with reference level set in the panel.4. Main control panel visual indication shall be reset like other annunciation only after initiating contact in Fire alarm panel is reset. The audible alarm can be silenced by the acknowledge push button provided on panel or through system control terminal. a. This shall be indicated on the fire alarm panel as pre Alarm condition. shall send an alarm signal to the fire alarm panel. The healthiness of the lamps and the detectors shall be checked from the fire 1. In case of multiple alarms. This condition indicates that detector needs servicing.e. The hooters located at convenient places in Project Station building. Test Condition The healthiness of the system including connecting lines shall be continuously monitored by the fire alarm panel.3 . The audio visual alarm shall be annunciated through main annunciation scheme in the main control panel indicating the sector (building) in which the fire has occurred. The indicated alarm shall be displayed on the fire alarm panel in chronological order by pressing the push button provided on the fire alarm panel. After a predetermined time (the time is field settable) if the detector is still in alarm condition the panel confirms it as a fire alarm.4. Facility to test the line shall be provided. The indication appears in the connected fire alarm panel. Auditorium and sub-Station buildings shall give audible alarm.4 1.4. The detector and the connecting line identification numbers and zone description shall be displayed on the fire alarm panel. One of the detectors located in the area after sensing the fire. the multiple alarm indication shall be ‘ON’. fire indication. following sequence of annunciation take place in Project Station building on the fire alarm panel. the type of detector and detector identification number and time on VDU. the sensitivity of the detector changes. If one more fire incident takes place immediately before the first incident is set off. FAP faulty signal comes if any fire alarm panel becomes faulty. Once the fire alarm panel has reported the fire condition.4. the following sequence of events take place. ‘new fire’ indication comes. i.1 Operation under OFF Normal Condition Fire condition Whenever the fire occurs in any area. (f) (g) (h) (i) 1.2 Pre alarm If the detector gets gradually polluted due to dust and other particles entering inside the detector. (d) (e) Simultaneously LED mounted on the detector shall light up. b.4.

Control of individual elements of the system is possible from the fire alarm panel.4. • • • . It shall be in operation even when there is failure of communication with computer system. defect in detector or its base by the way of component or internal circuit failure and removal of detector shall be indicated on the Main Control Panel as ‘FAULT’ alarm. Even when Computer System is out of action.4 Isolation of zone Facility to isolate any zone/loop shall be provided on the fire alarm panel. The minimum sound level shall be 65 db or 5 db above background sound level whichever is more. 1.4. without any blind zone.4. 1. in case of failure of power..7 Fault in Detector and Detector Line An open circuit or short circuit condition of the detector lines. The performance of the detector and its base shall be tested in its location by the test equipment supplied by the manufacturer. Facility for auto scanning shall be provided for each card. IS:2189 standards etc. shall be followed. Audible Alarm The audible alarm for fire shall be distinctive and different from any other plant alarm. Power Supply Failure One number of power supply unit for FA panel shall be provided with adequate backup facility for 24 hours of normal operation and further 5 minutes operation in alarm condition.4.4.4.8 • • System Requirements: Guidelines in various standards such as NFPA-72.4. The FA panel shall be functionally independent and operates in standalone mode.4. 1..7. Fault in the fire alarm panel All the alarm and protection equipment of fire alarm panel shall be monitored.The fault alarms shall be communicated to Computer System.4.4.5 1.alarm panel.4. the FA panel shall operate in standalone mode. The locations of the individual detectors in the system shall be such that total area under consideration is covered under the fire alarm detection system. The details of isolation shall be available on VDU in Main control room. Indication of failure of communication with the main computer system is available in the Main fire alarm and on the repeater panels. For any failure of computer system in the main computer. 1.4.6 1. Each area /zone shall be monitored by two independent loops. fire alarm panel shall indicate the loop under fire . The fault in the fire alarm panel shall be indicated by ‘FAULT’ indication on the fire alarm panel.5 mm2 twisted pair PVC FRLS copper unarmoured cables shall be used for detectors wiring through hot dipped 25mm GI conduits. 2C X 1. All loops shall get terminated at the system installed in ground floor of Project Station building.

1 1.5 1. Aspiration type detector system installed in Auditorium building shall be interconnected with main panel in Project Station building via input addressable module or any other suitable module. It is the intent of the PURCHASER to incorporate these specification documents in the final Contract or purchase order for the supply of material. The main purpose of connecting so. mutually agreed upon between the PURCHASER and the CONTRACTOR. is to consider aspiration system also as part of main detection system and all alarm signals in aspiration system shall be made to known to main panel and appropriate actions shall be initiated by main panel as like other alarm signals. equipment and services. The TENDERER shall specify all deviations with respect to this specification in the appropriate schedule. technical data. drawings and quality assurance to enable the PURCHASER to make a detailed comparison and evaluation of TENDERS without the need for further information from the TENDERERS.• • The loop size shall be designed such that adequate spare capacity is available in each loop for connecting any device in future. nature. shall be clearly stated in the appropriate tendering schedule. the interpretation/decision as given by the PURCHASER shall be final.5. The deviations other than those indicated in the Schedule of deviations shall not be considered. any variation in the scope of supply to reflect the intent of this specification and to be in line with good engineering practice shall not be subject to price variation.5. The TENDERER shall furnish all the data called for in the schedules in the standard proforma to facilitate correct evaluation of his tender in a most expeditious manner. The TENDERER shall also submit all information/price schedules. In case of conflict between/within various sections of this ‘SPECIFICATION' or in case of any doubt. during the execution of Contract.3 1. 1.6 . catalogues. The final contract between the PURCHASER and the CONTRACTOR shall be subject to changes.5.5 1. character and qualities of the items to be supplied. The TENDERER shall be deemed to have carefully examined all the parts of the specification in its complete form and to have been fully informed and satisfied himself as to the details.4 1. The TENDERER shall submit all supporting information.5. Exceptions. site conditions and seismic requirements and other pertinent matters and details. However.5.2 1. GENERAL REQUIREMENT.5. It is in the interest of the TENDERER to submit the tender in the above manner failing which it is likely that his tender may not be considered. The TENDERER is required to review these documents and clearly state in their proposals their acceptance of the same. if any.

(ix) The fire detectors shall be plug in type.1.5 mm2. The prime function of a fire detector shall be to detect a fire in its early stage by one of its characteristic phenomena like combustion gases in fire. rise of temperature due to fire and convert the same into an electrical signal for initiating the local and remote alarms. It shall be possible to test the sensitivity of a detector in the field. Suitable locking device shall be supplied along with each detector.6. DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING REQUIREMENTS GENERAL REQUIREMENT Fire detectors shall be designed to detect one or more of three characteristics of fire. It shall be inserted into or removed from the standard base by simple push twist mechanism to facilitate easy exchange for cleaning and maintenance. The field terminals shall be suitable for field wires of core size upto 1.1. etc. (x) (xi) (xii) . All types of detectors shall be suitable for connection in any particular loop / circuit with any other type of detector. All types of detectors offered shall have in built electronic circuit for addressing capability for individual address on the fire alarm panel. No moving parts subject to wear and tear shall be provided. Reverse polarity or fault in the field wiring shall not damage the detector. NFPA. Test certificates shall be supplied along with the tender. The response sensitivity shall also be field adjustable and not only from fire panel over a wide range to suit site conditions. In case of manual call points where the addressing capability is not an integral part.6. The visual (alarm) response of a detector (by a LED) shall be clearly visible from the outside by a steady / flashing light of sufficient brightness. The base plate of the detector shall be suitable for mounting on single junction box for terminating directly the field cable run in conduit. The circuit shall be protected against usual electrical transients. 1. (i) The electronic circuit shall be of solid state and of fail safe design and virtually hermetically sealed to have resistance to humidity and corrosion and to prevent its operation from being impaired by dust and dirt. (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) The detector shall be suitable to connect to the control unit via a two wire circuit (Class –B wiring) as per UL standard. a separate addressable interface unit shall be provided. smoke or heat. BS. electromagnetic and electrostatic interference (EMI & RFI) normally present. The detector shall confirm to relevant National and International Standards such as IS.

remove and exchange different types of detectors by a simple push twist movement. the thermal elements should be capable of sensing the ‘Rate of Rise’ and adjust the sensitivity of the photoelectric element automatically. PLUG-IN-BASES (i) (ii) All detector listed above shall fit into the common plug in type standard base. All standard bases shall be supplied with removable dust cover to protect the contact area during installation and construction phase of the building.6. The multi-sensor should be capable of monitoring two different sensing elements: 1) Photoelectric 2) Thermal The design of the point-type multi-sensor Photoelectric smoke detector sensing chamber shall be optimised to minimise the effect of dust deposit over a period of time. The sensor should be able to operate in the following modes: Combination Mode The sensor should be able to operate as a Photoelectric sensor but when the ambient temperature reaches 40o C or above. it shall be possible to insert. 1. The detector contact points shall be designed to retain the detector safety and to ensure uninterrupted contact also when exposed to continuous severe vibration.mm and with built-in strain limits to prevent permanent terminal deformation and weakening of contact pressure. Photoelectric mode The sensor should be able to return the analogue value for the photoelectric element during a normal polling sequence. The chamber cover shall be removable for ease of cleaning or replacement. thus preventing unauthorised removal or tampering. dust.2. preventing dirt. Multi-Sensors – Analogue Addressable (iii) The standard base shall have a built-in mechanism that allows mechanical locking of an installed detector head. The multi-sensors shall be designed to have high resistance to contamination and corrosion and shall include RFI screening to minimise the effect of radiated and conducted electrical interference. The base cover shall allow the check out and verification of the loop wiring before insertion of any detectors. The sensitivity of the photoelectric should be increased via an internal algorithm. Reversed polarity or faulty zone wiring shall not damage the detector. Once a base is installed. The standard base shall be supplied with a sealing plate. . 3.6.The sensor should also be able to signal to the FACP if the thermal sensing element exceeds a fixed temperature threshold. The point-type multi-sensors shall incorporate screens designed to prevent all but the very smallest of insects from entering the sensing chamber (50 holes per square centimetre or more). The standard base shall be equipped with screwless wiring terminals capable of securing wire sizes upto 2 sq. condensation of water from the conduit reaching the wire terminals or the detector contact points.1.

remote indicator units shall be provided. The LED’s should be controlled from the FACP if the LED’s flash during the normal polling sequence. The manual break glass unit shall release alarm upon breaking the glass. when the FACP changes from one mode to another the FACP should re-calibrate the multi-sensor.mm (AWG 13). accepting wires of 0. The manual break glass unit shall permit its use as semi flush/mounted unit. (vii) The manual break glass units shall have screwless terminals with built-in strain limits. ANALOGUE ADDRESSABLE BREAK GLASS MANUAL CALL POINT (i) MCP consists of a push button which shall be designed to permanently withstand corrosion. Every opening/removal of the cover shall release an alarm. The manual break glass unit shall have an internal as well as external terminal for connection of the earthing wire with a section of upto 2. having degree of protection IP: 54. It shall have a clear inscription reading “ IN CASE OF FIRE BREAK GLASS” on the MCP front plate not on the glass. The multi-sensor shall incorporate two LED’s.5 sq. (v) The lid of the manual break glass unit shall be permanently fixed to the body of the call point by a hinge. In locations where the detector is not readily visible. .Thermal mode The sensor should be able to return the analogue value for the thermal element during a normal polling sequence. (ii) (iii) The manual break glass unit shall be addressable type and suitable to connect with two wires to FAP signalling line circuit loops. The internal surface of the enclosure shall be painted with semi glossy white.5 sq.6. The enclosure of the manual call point shall be dust. The manual break glass unit alarm actuating mechanism shall be equipped with . A built in alarm lamp indicator shall be provided. weather and vermin proof. to provide indication of alarm actuation. (vi) The alarm contacts shall be of self cleaning design to prevent failure after a prolonged period of inactivity in unclean environments. 1. The push button knob shall be red in color.4. clearly visible from the outside. (iv) The manual break glass unit shall be electrically compatible with the standard range of automatic detectors so that it can be connected directly or through interface on line module into a supervised two-wire zone of the manufacturer’s standard range of control units for wiring. The manual break glass units shall be designed for failsafe operation.5 to 1. as defined by international standards and consists of an aluminium cast housing. The modes of the multi-sensor should be controlled by the FACP. simple and failure proof dismantling and assembling. The manual break glass units shall be designed for fast. The complete unit shall be painted fire red shade NO. if either or both of the elements fail it should be reported and displayed at the FACP. The sensor should also be able to signal to the FACP if the photoelectric sensing element exceeds a pre-defined threshold. 536 as per IS – 5. The multi-sensor should have the capability of monitoring both sensing elements. The manual break glass unit shall have sealable openings for wire introduction through compression cable glands on top and at the bottom of its housing.mm (AWG 20 to 15). The MCP housing shall accommodate a sealed electronic circuit for address system.

communication modules for interfacing with the central processing unit. power modules. manual call points.6. and contacts. Discrimination between a real fire alarm and false fire conditions by incorporating signal verification and other features. The system shall automatically reset on clearance of a fault. The system shall have provision to annunciate any one or all the hooters on any given condition. various functional modules. connected in each loop. output modules for alarm. display devices. . as required by the system to incorporate all the features called for in the specification. The microprocessor based.5. humidity. MICROPROCESSOR BASED FIRE ALARM PANELS Microprocessor based fire alarm panel shall comprise of the processors. etc. control & interlocks. fire detectors. The manufacturer shall provide exact technical data concerning the sound output of the alarm devices. The manual break glass units shall be equipped with a self holding device to maintain the alarm condition until reset by an authorised person. intelligent addressable fire alarm panel shall incorporate the following features: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) Continuous supervision of the detector connecting lines. 1. individual detector performance / operation and disconnection / removal of detectors. The fire alarm panel shall receive signals from field devices viz. For the purpose of easy identification and location of the fire. etc. etc. Individual detector addressing capability. The fire detection system shall include the following co-ordinated and complementary audible signalling devices. The system should be protected against interference by unauthorised personnel. Pre alarm in case of any detector / detectors requiring maintenance. 10 dB above the room (environmental) background noise. adequate number of loop modules for detector loops. 1. fumes.6.6. Zones corresponds to the protective areas which are identified on the panel. Facilities shall be provided such that for alteration or access to the stored program the relevant codes are to be entered.C. ALARM DEVICES (HOOTERS) (i) (ii) Fire alarm hooters shall be addressable type and suitable to connect with two wires to one of the FAPs signalling line circuit loops.strain limits preventing permanent deformation of P. (iii) All alarm devices shall be electronic types (except sirens) for low voltage and low power consumption.B. The manual break glass unit housing shall accommodate as an option the sealed electronic circuit for an individual address system. the entire building area is divided into zones. Detection of over / under sensitive detectors and automatic recalibration by increasing or decreasing their sensitivity levels based on environmental conditions like air movement. The sound intensity of the horns shall be approx. The fire alarm devices connected in parallel shall be electrically synchronised.

The fire alarm panel shall have a separate alphanumerical display area for visual annunciation of fire alarm. (xvi) The fire alarm panel and the field devices shall be suitable for Class – B wiring to meet all the requirements specified for the system. (xiv) Alarm verification features for smoke detectors shall be such that the detector activates the alarm within one minute if the detector is still in activated condition. Fire alarm panel normal power supply failure shall be annunciated audio – visually. (ix) Logging of alarms. times and action text on printers.(viii) Compatibility with all detectors / devices connected to the fire alarm panel. (xiii) The circuits shall be arranged such that a fault in the detector or an open circuit in the connecting line does not affect the operation / performance of other detectors in that connecting line and does not prevent receipt of fire alarm signals on the fire alarm panel. (x) Programmed activation of various interlocks with fire protection system and other associated systems such as ventilation and air conditioning etc. Provision shall also be made in the fire alarm panel to add additional detector loop modules for further expansion. (xviii) The fire alarm panel shall have a provision to provide contact infrastructure to all the fire protection panels for actuation and also activity signals to isolation champers. The minimum sound level of the hooter shall be either 65 dB or 5dB above the other noise likely to persist for a period longer than 30 s. The annunciation scheme provided on the fire alarm panel shall have the following features : (i) (ii) The annunciation system shall have visual and audible alarms with accept. (xv) The fire alarm panel shall have adequate number of detector circuits / loops so as to cover all the areas to be protected. reset and lamp test facilities. if any. (xvii) The fire alarm panel shall have provision to transmit annunciations to main annunciation panel located remotely. whichever is greater. (iii) (iv) (v) . Hooters provided for audio annunciation in the buildings shall be clearly audible even at the ambient noise level in the area installed. (xi) Programmed activation of sequence of events to be carried out in case of fire in any particular protective area of the plant including activation of fire alarm sounders or evacuation alert signal. connecting line. system faults and to indicate the address of the detector. In case of other type of detectors the alarm shall be initiated within 15 s. (xii) The fire alarm panel shall have facility for hooking up with intra-site communication system. Use of earth as a return circuit shall not be allowed for any annunciation system. The fire alarm shall be displayed with bold big red letters and shall flash at a frequency of about 90 cycles per minute. The display should be clearly visible even in the dark. the zone description and the action text.

The internal wiring of the panel shall be carried out with 650 V grade. All floor mounted. size and make of the terminal block shall be subject to PURCHASER‘S approval. A minimum of 10 percent spare terminals shall be provided on the terminal blocks. mm for electronic circuits and 1. phosphated and then applied with two coats of chlorinated rubber based primer and two coats of finishing paint.7. The multiple alarm indication shall be displayed & scrolled on the fire alarm panel in chronological order through push buttons provided on the panel. 1 – phase AC. The type. The minimum distance between the lowest terminal and the gland plate shall be 250 mm. (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) Terminal blocks of 650V grade and of adequate size and current rating shall be provided for terminating all external cables.(vi) (vii) Accept and reset facility of audiovisual alarms shall be possible either from the fire alarm panel or repeater panels. fluorescent lighting fixture for interior illumination . The panel shall be completely factory wired. (viii) Adequate space shall be provided for termination of external cables. removable covers and plates shall be gasketted all around with neoprene gaskets.8 sq. The fire alarm panel shall have provision for programmed activation of required annunciations on the main control panel. stranded copper wires of size rated for the current in the corresponding circuit. mm for electrical circuits & 14 AWG for grounding. pickled. All sheet steel shall be degreased. free standing panels shall be provided with 240V. The minimum distance between two rows of terminal blocks shall be 175 mm. absolutely ready in all respects for installation at site and termination of all external cabling. The minimum size of the wire shall not be less than 0. FIRE PANEL CONSTRUCTION DETAILS (i) (ii) Fire alarm panel shall have a degree of protection of IP: 54. All doors. Fire alarm panel shall be fabricated out of sheet steel having a minimum thickness of 2 mm. Suitable removable undrilled cable gland plates shall be gasketted all around with neoprene gaskets. (viii) 1.6. control and interlocks with fire protection systems.5 sq. In case of multiple alarms. both inside and outside with colour shade. the multiple alarm indication shall be ‘ON’. (ix) (x) All wiring termination shall be done using ferrules having indelible marking. with adequate bracing and stiffeners provided where necessary to prevent wobbling or buckling.

The capacity of the processor shall be adequately designed to include all input / output signals and various functional requirements of the system. time for display on VDU screen on operators request shall be less than 3 s. .8. (iii) (iv) Display of individual detector status sensitivity and setting of detector sensitivity (v) Commands and programming facility for performing various functions Any other features necessary for proper functioning of the system.6.controlled by a door switch. A 240V. In case of graphic display. fire alarm panel. VIDEO DISPLAY UNIT (VDU) WITH KEY BOARD VDU with processing unit and keyboard (PC) shall be provided in Project Station building. control. (a) The VDU screen size shall be minimum 17 inches. Updating of analog parameters display on VDU shall be less than 1 s. status monitoring and various other functions to meet all the requirements of the system specified. (xi) (a) (b) (c) (d) The fire alarm panel shall have provision for necessary control and interlocking functions where the following systems / equipment are provided on occurrence of a fire in corresponding zones : To switch off the air conditioning To close fire proof dampers in ventilation ducts. The processor offered shall be of min 32 bit processor. 1phase. To switch off exhaust fans. in addition to the fire alarm panels. The VDU shall have the following features : (i) Color monitor with graphic display facility Data retrieval (ii) Alarm annunciation. VDU. accept and reset facility. CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT (CPU) (i) Central processing unit (housed in the fire alarm panel) utilizing the microprocessor shall form the central monitoring of all the functions of the fire alarm system. 1. Initiating the required alarms on the main annunciation panel / fire station / security. (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (a) (b) 1. 5A. The processor shall be designed to meet the following requirements. CPU shall have provision for communicating / interfacing with various components of the microprocessor based fire alarm system viz. (b) The software used shall be provided with brief user’s guide menu to enable the operator for proper use of various menu functions. The system software shall be specifically designed for fire detection and alarm system application which includes alarm processing.6. 3 pin receptacle shall be provided on the fire alarm panels. printer etc.9.

Printer shall provide all outputs of status. the printer shall interrupt the report to record the alarm received and resume automatically on receipt of alarm. main control panel for annunciation purpose. 1. . alarms. commands. Cross linkages are to be provided such that no data required by a software program may be deleted by the operator until that data has been deleted from its respective program.11. events. It shall allow additions and deletions to the data base without detriment to the existing data.6.12. 1.6. 1.6. Data Base Manager. The Fire Alarm Panel shall have capacity to connect to Building Automation System in future. CPU. Alarms shall be highlighted differently than other messages. PC and Printer if connected in remotely future shall have the following minimum capabilities. date. address of alarm point etc. location. reset. “Switching” from foreground applications to background applications have the background applications are suspended is not acceptable. manual call points. 1 pH AC power supply. Report Generator and Support Utilities. Communications Control. All changes to system programming shall be recorded automatically. Data Base Manager is to manage all data on an integrated and non-redundant basis. PRINTER A separate printer connected to CPU shall be provided in Project Station building. Operator Station (OS) software shall include as a minimum the operating System. VDU. printer etc. test / commission all cables including special cables required for interconnecting fire alarm panel. Operator Interface (OI) Trend and History Files. Communication with CPU shall be monitored and faults displayed on the VDU. Scheduler and Time and Event Support Programs. Multiple alarm shall be recorded in chronological order. Real Time operating system shall be true multi-tasking providing concurrent execution of multiple real time programs and custom program development.10.(c) Access to various programs and operation shall be through password to restrict the use to authorized personnel. 1Ph AC power supply. so as to include cabling for the complete fire detection and alarm system. including type. detectors. If an alarm is received during the preparation of the reports. The VDU shall be suitable for 240V. acknowledgement. The printer shall be suitable for 240V. time. The system shall be upgradeable. selection etc. with time and create records. OPERATOR STATION SOFTWARE The system and fire alarm panel in general shall be suitable to be able to be operated from PC. CABLE & CABLING ACCESSORIES The CONTRACTOR shall supply and install.

The make of cable supplied shall be subject to PURCHASER’S approval. The size of the conduit shall be 25 mm. proper dressing of cables. individual FA panel and repeater panels. copper cables shall be used between the main FA panel and the detectors -i. terminating the cables in the gland. Cable laying shall include laying. Cable termination shall include making the requisite holes in the gland plate of the equipment. pulling of cables. Cables without the ISI certification mark shall not be accepted. stranded. each core of the cable shall be tested in the presence of the PURCHASER‘S representative for continuity and insulation resistance to earth and between cores. pipes and ducts embedded in walls. copper cables shall be used as interface cables for interconnecting the FA panel to Repeater panels and Communication cables for Local Area Networking (LAN) interconnecting the FA panel to PC. supply and installation of cable fixing saddles. FRLS PVC inner & outer sheath. The conduit shall conform to latest revision of IS : 9537 Part I. including but not limited to ordinary and inspection tees and elbows. All cables supplied shall bear the relevant ISI certification mark. 650/1100V grade.5 sq. stranded. After installation.proof sealing. 650/1100V grade. with other contractor in the respective areas. fixing the cable glands. unarmoured.Cables for the fire detection and alarm system shall be I. .e. The cables are routed away from other system cables. fixing of crimping type cable lugs on each core if necessary ferruling and dressing of cable cores inside the panel and connection to the equipment terminals. FRLS PVC inner & outer sheath. The cable and core identifying tags / ferrules shall be supplied and installed as part of the cable termination work. brass or galvanized steel end caps. II.6.mm Twisted pair . Based on that the CONTRACTOR shall install conduits. PIPES AND DUCTS.proof / fire . PVC insulated. Conduit fittings shall be of the same materials as conduits.5 sq. The CONTRACTOR shall coordinate his activities for installation / wiring of detectors. These test values shall be submitted by the CONTRACTOR along with the test reports. looping of the detector and power cable for control module. checknuts. spacers and nylon cord for tying as required. Twisted pair .13 CONDUITS. 1. The CONTRACTOR shall design the routings for conduits and cables and the same should get approved by the PURCHASER. 6cx1. PVC insulated. After award of contract. 2Cx 1. unarmoured. spacers and required steel supporting work shall be supplied by the CONTRACTOR. laying of cables in various areas etc. The cables used for fire detection system are exclusive and are not shared with any other system. necessary drawings related to this scope will be provided by the PURCHASER. saddles. mm . PVS / brass bell mouths for water . All accessories / fittings required for making the installation complete. pull boxes.

depth of thread and taper. or unless otherwise directed by the PURCHASER. Identification shall be by means of painting so located that each run of conduit is readily identified at each end. a reasonable amount of drilling cutting. He shall thread or cut off and rethread pipe / conduit and shall install adapters or reducers when required to connect sections conforming to different standards or specifications. straps or by other approved means. except where details give closer spacing. . cabinets and housings requiring conduit or cable entry shall be provided with terminal boxes designed for terminating and sealing the ends of paper insulated cable with compound or will have conduit terminating above level of emergence from floor concrete. Cut ends shall be reamed and all burrs and sharp edges removed. However. clamps. The CONTRACTOR shall have available at side dies for threading pipe or conduit Of diameters and threads corresponding to the standards of the countries furnishing the equipment. Nominal Bore (dia) . power hacksaw or other approved tool for cutting conduit. outlet boxes and terminal boxes other than standard items and standard pull sleeves and floor plates. Ends requiring threading shall have field run threads cut clean and true with sharp. plates terminating conduit runs at cable trays and other plates in the path of conduit runs should be initially furnished ungalvanized and without conduit or cable entry holes. junction boxes. Conduit shall be entered into terminal boxes at locations provided by equipment MANUFACTURER' s designs unless otherwise shown on the drawings. Each conduit run shall be marked with its designation. all equipment enclosures. He shall ream out threads and weld conduit to join the system together. When cutting a conduit. The CONTRACTOR will later be required to cut entry holes located to meet actual conduit locations as installed after which boxes and plates shall be hot dip galvanized / painted as required. Conduit supports shall be erected square and true to line and grade with an average spacing between as given below. length of threads. if necessary. Exposed conduit (if any) shall be adequately supported by racks.16 to 25 mm -1. without leaving larger inside burrs or otherwise leaving damaged end. In general.2M The fabrication and installation of supports and the clamping or fastening of conduits to racks and supports shall be included in the scope of work by CONTRACTOR. All conduits / pipes shall have their ends closed by caps until cables are pulled. reaming and relocating holes shall be considered as normal part of the work. the designations shall also be painted on the inside of the enclosure adjacent to the conduits. Drilled and tapped holes for screw fastening for conduits on galvanized or painted steel shall be touched up with red lead and same finishing paint before making up the connections. All field threaded ends of metallic conduits / pips shall be reamed after threading and anticorrosive paint applied. with a wiped joint required between lead sheath and wiping sleeve on terminal box. it shall be firmly held in a vice or by other suitable means. unworn dies to conform with pipe thread standards for thread dimensions. and shall be cut square. Pull boxes. cabinets or other enclosures. Where conduits terminate at flush mounted boxes. preferably using cold cut-off saw.Conduits / pipes running horizontally above false ceiling and other exposed conduit running along the walls / structural members wherever necessary will be under CONTRACTOR'S scope.

8. 1. However in case of such tests which are required to be done only once in the life time of the equipment. All joints shall have structural rigidity and low electrical resistance across joints. identification and acceptability of all materials. Such facilities shall also be provided at conduit bends. All panels shall have Tag number and the same shall appear on the front and rear along with a descriptive name.5 to 50°C) : ranging from 10 to 90% : 6. CONTRACTOR shall offer the equipment for PURCHASER's inspection. Fittings shall be made up with full thread engagement between nuts and expansion sleeves and where thin wall conduits enter boxes. compliance with drawings. the test shall be carried out in the presence of PURCHASER's representative. If difficulty in attaining clamping action from both inside and outside of entry hole is encountered in bringing shoulder of fittings to bear. locknuts shall be used on the fitting both inside and outside of the box at the entry hole. inspection / pull boxes shall be provided at intervals not exceeding 10 m.7. The Tag Nos. shoulder or fitting shall bear tightly against box. with locknut inside drawn up tightly. using compression type fittings. conduit systems shall be made up in a neat manner. INSPECTION AND TESTING The equipment covered by this Contract shall be subjected to inspection and testing. The CONTRACTOR shall provide all services to establish and maintain quality of workmanship in his works and that of his SUBCONTRACTORS to ensure the mechanical/electrical performance of components. Distracting testing shall be done on the items supplied to purchaser. being close to sea.Where and if thin wall conduit is specifically permitted.parts and equipment.5 K(17. For long conduit wiring runs.5 to 316.904m above Mean Sea Level. All requirement shall be designed for operation under saline ambient conditions.5 K (50°C). TAG Nos. 1.9. which do not require threading of the tubing. IDENTIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT / COMPONENTS. The minimum inspection requirements for all components/equipment shall conform to the design and fabrication requirements as defined in the Codes and . for Detector and Devices shall be as per various layout of Buildings / areas enclosed. Only after ensuring that his inspection/test results are satisfactory. The CONTRACTOR shall perform his internal inspection/testing before offering the equipment for PURCHASER's inspection. a) i) ii) 1. OPERATING CONDITIONS / REQUIREMENTS The Fire Detection & Alarm system shall be designed for conditions as below: Ambient temperature Relative humidity Site altitude : ranging from 290. The equipment shall be capable of operating with the maximum ambient temperature of 316.

Check for tightness of all bolts . In such cases approval by Government bodies under jurisdiction shall not relieve the CONTRACTOR his responsibility of making good of defective from material/equipment/system. Approval or passing of any such inspection by the PURCHASER or his authorised representative shall not. Wherever required. ELECTRICAL CHECKS Each wire shall be traced by continuity tests and it should be made sure that the wiring is as per relevant drawings. All interconnection between panels/equipment shall be similarly checked. COMMISSIONING CHECKS The typical checks to be carried out at site are listed below . I. The type of inspection shall be as prescribed in Quality Control plan and as agreed upon by the PURCHASER. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) II. and shall include.Standards referred to in the Specification document. Functional checking of all control circuit. “Initial Operation”. prejudice the right of the PURCHASER to reject the equipment if it does not comply with the Specification when erected or give complete satisfaction in service. Check physical damage if any. Check cleanliness. however. CONTRACTOR shall take the concurrence of PURCHASER or his representative before proceeding with rectification procedures as called by the Government bodies. “Trial Operation” and “Performance Test”. testing and inspection by such bodies.however not intended to form a comprehensvie commissioning check list as it shall be the CONTRACTOR’s responsibility to draw up and carryout such a programme duly approved by the PURCHASER. During this stage. However. (a) (b) (c) (d) TYPICAL CHECKS Check name plate details of every associated equipment according to specification. the system and Equipment/system shall be carried out under the supervision of the . inspection procedures prescribed by Codes and Regulations recognised by the Governmental Authority having jurisdiction over the installed goods. CONTRACTOR shall keep the PURCHASER/his representatives informed in writing of any approval or otherwise any comments of such Government bodies. All the wired terminals shall be meggered to earth. Insulation resistance test of all circuits. drawings. if applicable. 1. getting approval of Government bodies under jurisdiction is the sole responsibility of CONTRACTOR for his design. Check hooters provided.10. TRIAL OPERATION AND TAKING OVER Commissioning stage extends from the moment of take over for commissioning after Fire Detection & Alarm system completion upto and including take over under guarantee at the end of successful completion of “Performance Tests” and includes ‘Preliminary Operation’. manufacturing.clamps and connecting terminals. Check earthing.

PURCHASER’s start-up and Commissioning Engineer strictly in accordance with the Manufacturer’s written instructions. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for remedying design. Completely filled in Data Sheet and Schedules called in Tender Document.generally monitoring operation and maintenance and trouble shooting and supervising repair work under guarantee. The operation and maintenance of the system and equipment during the guarantee period as stipulated in the specification after take over under guarantee shall be carried out by the PURCHASER’s Operation and Maintenance Department in accordance with the CONTRACTOR’s Operation and Maintenance Instruction Manuals and Specific instructions laid down by the CONTRACTOR’s Commissioning Engineer of specified by him time to time. Besides the specified conditions governing the period under guarantee. material .11. under guarantee through formal documentation. All data collected by him during commissioning shall be handed over to the PURCHASER’s commissioning team. assist the PURCHASER in ordering and obtaining spare parts . the CONTRACTOR shall provide. DATA AND MANUALS To be submitted with the bid The following data shall be submitted with the bid. act as a liasion between the PURCHASER and the CONTRACTOR.fabrication and is also responsible for constructional defects. iv) Manufacturer’s catalogue on individual equipment offered. pre-commissioningclean up. features and other technical specification of the equipment/device which they are offering. On successful completion of testing. 1. The TENDERER shall. He shall also carry out operating tests to determine appropriate settings for various devices and also direct minor repairs which may have to be carried out in the field. Electrical Testing . the system and equipment shall be taken Over completely by the PURCHASER but with such conditions as may be mutually agreed to between the PURCHASER and the CONTRACTOR depending upon the performance of the system and Equipment during the guarantee period. The CONTRACTOR’s Operation Engineers shall also train the PURCHASER’S personnel. with model numbers.DRAWINGS. iii) Write up on fire detection and alarm system. not fill in the figures in the Price Schedule copy to be enclosed with the Technical Part of the Tender. On successful Completion of the guarantee period . During this period. instrument testing and calibration . ii) Write up on operation of the system. additional conditions may be imposed and agreed to between the PURCHASER and the CONTRACTOR depending upon the outcome of the results of ‘Performance test’. The CONTRATOR’s Commissioning Engineer shall satisfy himself regarding proper completion of Equipment erection. The following drawings / documents shall be furnished along with the Tender: i) Drawing of individual equipment indicating overall dimensions / part list / specifications. if required by the PURCHASER the services of Operation Engineers to advise the Purchaser for such periods and in such number as may be mutually agreed upon. . however. commissioning the PURCHASER shall take over the system and equipment.

type and functional tests and the test procedure. etc. colour. List of inscriptions on modules / facia windows of the Fire alarm panels. the necessary internal details. Detailed layout drawings of all areas in the plant indicating location of detectors. degree of protection. (a) Ionisation type smoke detectors using radioactive method from DRP or any other internationally recognised institute. dimensional and mounting details for all types of detectors offered. Interconnection schedule giving full particulars of cable type and terminal connection details to be made between various component/devices of the system. range and settings whether settings adjustable at site. Technical details of all cables being supplied by the CONTRACTOR. (b) Sensitivity / response time for all detectors.DATA TO BE FURNISHED BY THE CONTRACTOR AFTER AWARD OF CONTRACT • Dimensional drawings.. foundation and cable entry particulars.v) Document indicating makes of bought-out items. List of routine. Approvals / clearances and test certificates for : All flame-proof equipment i) ii) All types of detectors offered. giving overall dimensional details. sirens. material of detector enclosures. etc. junction boxes. for all equipment supplied under the contract. principle of operation. manual call points fire alarm panels. iii) Cables. 1. for : i) Fire Alarm Panel ii) Main Annunciation Panels iii) Repeater Panels iv) Junction Boxes v) Fire Sirens vi) Manual Call Points Detailed literature / catalogues giving full particulars.12. • Detailed internal schematic and wiring diagram for : i) Fire Alarm Panel ii) Main Annunciation Panels iii) Repeater Panels iv) Manual Call Points v) All types of detectors offered. Detailed write-up explaining the principle and operation of the complete fire alarm system. weights. bill of materials. Cable schedules and design drawings shall be made as built after the installation. Approval of relevant drawings from the Tariff Advisory Committee and other bodies as applicable.. Calculation for arriving at the number of detectors . • • • • • • • • • . and showing details of mounting of the detectors and routing of the CONTRACTOR’s cables between detectors. manual call points and junction boxes.

whether he considers it necessary or not to have such spares. all the necessary (ii) Essential spares and (iii) Recommended spares.• • • Guaranteed technical particulars of all equipment supplied under the contract and additional details as required. shall be considered for tender evaluation. The PURCHASER reserves the right to buy any or all of the Recommended Spare Parts. The TENDERER shall indicate his recommended list of spares. In case any Essential spare part is considered as not applicable for the equipment offered by the TENDERER. the highest price quoted by other TENDERERS for that particular item shall be considered for loading his TENDER. The requirement of 'Essential' and 'Recommended' spares shall be for a period of five (5) years of satisfactory operation of equipment. The total price of all Essential spares. SPARES. The TENDERER shall quote unit rates for each Essential spare. the same shall be indicated as 'Not Applicable'. If the TENDERER fails to quote the price of any essential spare item. Their unit prices shall be indicated in the Schedule of Prices. c) RECOMMENDED SPARES a) Recommended spares are those spares which the TENDERER considers necessary for five (5) years of normal operation and which are in addition to the Essential spares. The CONTRACTOR shall also furnish to the PURCHASER / CONSULTANT the required data / drawings / information called for elsewhere in the specification and also deemed necessary from time to time for design and engineering of the project. ordered by the PURCHASER. 1. Copies of all routine and type test certificates for all equipment / systems covered under this contract. as described below. The PURCHASER reserves the right to finalize the exact quantities of the spare parts and effect price adjustment on the basis of the unit rates quoted by the TENDERER. shall be delivered at site along with the main equipment. The spares. the TENDERER shall still indicate the prices for each and every Essential spare item specified in the tender document in the Schedule of Prices. However. The PURCHASER reserves the right to alter the items and/or quantities of spares while placing the order.13. as enlisted in the tender document. Detailed instruction manual for the fire alarm system provided. The total price of Recommended . ESSENTIAL SPARES a) b) Essential spares are those spares which are considered necessary by the PURCHASER for five (5) years of normal operation of the system. The TENDERER shall include in his scope of supply.

They shall not be used for erection purpose. If the weight of any box and its contents is . Each set of tools and tackles shall be suitably arranged in fitted boxes of mild steel construction. maintenance and servicing of the equipment and components. small items shall be packed in sealed transparent plastic bags with desiccators packs as necessary. containers and other packages must be suitably marked and numbered for the purposes of identification.g. The PURCHASER reserves the right to exclude any of the above items from the TENDERER's scope of supply and effect price adjustments on the basis of the unit rates quoted by the TENDERER.Spares shall be considered. e. stocks and dies shall be kept in approved mild steel boxes with compartments for individual items. All spare items shall undergo the same extent of inspection and testing as of the original component. a. The TENDERER shall also indicate the service expectancy period for the spare parts under normal operating conditions before replacement shall be necessary. For all major equipment. b. The despatch of tools. The CONTRACTOR shall guarantee the PURCHASER that before going out of production of spare parts. b) The TENDERER shall take into consideration the shelf life of spares offered when deciding on the list and quantity of spares. The spares shall be treated and packed for long storage under the climatic conditions prevailing at the Site. c) d) e) f) 1. c.14. A spare parts list with identification tag nos. so that the PURCHASER may order his requirement of spares in one lot. d. Each spare shall be clearly marked or labelled on the outside of its packing with its description and purpose. The taps. while evaluating the tender after normalizing the items and quantities for the recommended spares. for each spare part shall be furnished. he shall give atleast 12 months advance notice. All cases. tackles and lifting devices shall be synchronised with the despatch of the related system/equipment. if he so desires. The CONTRACTOR shall supply all tools and tackles clearly marked with its size and/or purpose. When more than one spare part is packed in a single case. The TENDERER shall indicate and include in his scope of supply all the necessary tools and tackles required for erection. All spares supplied under this Contract shall be strictly interchangeable with the parts for which they are intended to be replacements. The number of boxes being determined in relation to the layout of the plant in question. the CONTRACTOR shall provide appropriate structural steel members for mounting various handling devices which are necessary for the dismantling and reassembly of equipment components during erection and maintenance. for the equipment furnished. Maintenance tools and tackles supplied shall be new and unused. SPECIAL TOOLS AND TACKLES. a general description of the contents shall be shown on the outside of such case and a detailed list enclosed.

g. It shall be of light weighted and portable. It shall be supplied with 2 battery batons that fit inside the poles and a fast charger . in any other plant/site where Equipment manufactured by the CONTRACTOR or his collaborator is under installation or test to enable those personnel to become familiar with the Equipment being furnished by the CONTRACTOR.26m to 4. It shall be made up of non-conductive material. ‘Total lock’ system shall ensure easy telescopic section lock and never allow twist. 1. Heat detector tester Heat detector shall be operable with 220 / 240Volt AC supply and battery. . It shall not generate any flame and shall have 5 metre cable. e. whilst not harming the detector. It shall work using Cross Air Technology in which air is heated and blown across the cup. its components. Removal Tool shall simply slide into top of pole and are released by pressing a button. Smoke Test Aerosol Aerosol shall be suitable for all makes and models of detector. It shall rapidly activate detectors by directing heat horizontally at the sensor.15. The combinations of the tri-grips shall enable removal/replacement of different size detectors. The tools and tackles with the appropriate boxes are to be handed over to the PURCHASER at the time of issue of the taking over. The tools and tackles set shall necessarily consists of the following Universal Detector Removal Tool : Universal detector removal tool suitable for use with the majority of detectors with colour coded tri-grips twist into place to create different size combinations. The CONTRACTOR shall train the PURCHASER's engineering personnel in the shops. with the name of the system/equipment for which the tools and tackles are intended. It shall allow removal/replacement of detectors at angles and adjustable for different sizes of detectors. not the plastic components or the infra-red beam in the cup.5m in 4 sections allowing access to detectors fitted up to 6m and shall be made up of . providing easy extraction and replacement – even on detectors that cannot be accessed from directly underneath. where the Equipment shall be manufactured and or in their collaborator's works and where possible. The tool shall have a universal joint ensuring that the tool remains parallel with the ceiling while in use. TRAINING a. f. which means the heat source is directed at the detector sensor. The period of training shall be adequate and mutually agreed upon by the OWNER/PURCHASER and the VENDOR/ CONTRACTOR. strengthened durable fiberglass. Each tool box shall be fitted with a lock and two keys and shall be painted navy blue and clearly marked in white letters. Telescopic Pole Telescopic pole shall extend from 1.such that it cannot be conveniently carried it shall be supplied on steerable rubber tyred wheels. the user or the environment.

adjustments. models. 1. The training and instruction material shall become the property of the purchaser. Against Patent Infringements: Except when the PURCHASER furnishes design specifications to the CONTRACTOR. g. sketches. during the operation of the Equipment. pictures. overhauling. the CONTRACTOR shall at his own expense. b) c) . drawings. e. Of Performance: The CONTRACTOR shall guarantee that the goods furnished by him shall be in full accordance with the requirements of this specification. The CONTRACTOR shall train the PURCHASER'S personnel in carrying out minor repairs. The travelling and living expenses of such personnel shall be borne by the Purchaser. defend and save the PURCHASER harmless from the expenses and consequences of any suit or procedure brought against the PURCHASER. testing and commissioning. The Charges for training the PURCHASER’s personnel and the cost of training material. colour slides. testing and replacement procedures to be adopted for the Equipment offered. The CONTRACTOR shall provide all necessary instruction material for training which shall include manuals. With respect to the goods covered in the specifications the CONTRACTOR shall provide to the PURCHASER guarantees: a) Of Title: The CONTRACTOR warrants that the goods are not subject to any security interest. booklets. so far as said suit or procedure is based on a claim that the goods furnished constitute an infringement of any patent in existence on the date of the order. WARRANTY AND AMC a. photo. pamphlets. The PURCHASER'S personnel shall also be trained for routine maintenance work and lubrication. The CONTRACTOR shall guarantee that material and workmanship of all components and operation of the equipment shall meet the requirements of the specification for the period of 3 years. lien or other encumbrance.16. d. In addition. the CONTRACTOR shall secure at his own expense a fully paid up license or licenses that shall permit the PURCHASER to continue use of the goods furnished free of further claim for infringement. The CONTRACTOR shall provide at no extra cost to the PURCHASER all necessary facilities and reasonable assistance as deemed necessary for the training. if any shall be included in the price for supply erection. b. The training shall be so oriented as to OWNER'S/PURCHASER'S personnel proficient in Equipment make the operating the c.b. f. films etc.

d. all breakdown maintenance b. periodical testing and cleaning of all equipments and devices shall be carried out once in a month c.d) Of Quality: The CONTRACTOR warrants that the goods are new and of high quality and that the goods shall be free of defects in design. devices connected in the network shall be carried out preferably once in a month. c. During warranty period Periodical testing and cleaning of all equipments. the subject goods or any parts thereof are found defective because of design. repair or furnish and install replacement parts within 15 days from the date of such intimation. workmanship and material of such repairs / replacements shall be approved by the PURCHASER. AMC scope shall include e. the CONTRACTOR at his own expense. Quarterly preventive maintenance of all equipments and devices During warranty and AMC period. . materials or workmanship for a period of twelve(12) months from the date of commissioning of the corresponding equipment. Design. workmanship or materials. a. The guarantee period for replaced parts or repair work shall be the same as above. the bidder shall record all tests and system calibrations and a copy of these results shall be retained on site in the System Log Book. If within the expiry of the stipulated warranty period. Supplier shall quote for Comprehensive AMC for the period of 03 years which starts after the warranty period.

unarmoured.10 1. individual FA panel and repeater panels 6Cx1. Yes / No Limited to 0.5 sqmm Twisted pair . (a) Test facility required on panel Label Mounting facilities required Radioactivity for ionisation smoke detector Power Supply Fire alarm panel Repeater panel 240V AC Fire Siren Paint shade for panels Degree of protection of IP54 for indoor areas components / panels Range / location of fire 2 kilometers.4. stranded. Yes / No To be provided with a tag. stranded.2 1. 650/1100V grade. (b) . unarmoured.7 1. Lights up steadily under alarm condition.1. copper cables shall be used between the FA panels and the detectors-i.e looping of the detector and power cable for control module. PVC insulated.5 – 0.. PVC insulated. FRLS PVC inner & outer sheath.3 Resettability of detectors Interchangeability of detectors required Response indicator DETECTORS Self-resetting / remote resettable / locally resettable / non – resettable.1 1.9 µ curies.8 (a) (b) (c) (d) 19 1. copper cables shall be used as interface cable interconnecting the FA panel to repeater panels and Communication cables for Local Area Networking (LAN) interconnecting the FA panel to PC.5 sq mm . 1.. sirens Cables for the fire detection and alarm system shall be.5 1. 1.17.11. 1. 2Cx 1. Twisted pair. FRLS PVC inner & outer sheath.6 1. Yes / No Flashes intermittently to indicate healthy condition. DATA SHEETS / SCHEDULES FIRE DETECTION & ALARM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS – Data Sheet -A 1.

DESIGN SHEET FOR ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM Sl.3 P&IR Waiting area Maintenance Health Physics Head Senior PA -2 VSAT room Auxiliary staff Corridor Total FIRST FLOOR 1 Entrance lobby 2 Conference 3 Mechanical maintenance Junior 4 Senior -1 5 Head -1 6 Pantry 7 Xerox 8 Bag deposition and security 9 Library 10 AHU -3 11 OTS 12 AHU-4 13 Mechanical Engineering 14 Electrical Engineering 15 Store-1 16 Store-2 17 Civil engineering 18 Electrical commissioning 19 Junior-2 20 Senior-2 21 Junior-3 Ground floor Description AFC BFC LAS 1 MCP 2 HD TC 4 1 4 1 1 6 1 1 2 1 1 1 FACP 1 FACP(R) - Hooter 1 4 2 4 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 4 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 13 24 2 2 2 8 18 2 1 1 4 1 1 1 5 1 1 2 42 1 - 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 1 1 7 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Entrance lobby Store -1 Accounts EPABX UPS room GYM Ladies room Rest room Staff recreation PA -1 Reactor Physics senior Head Canteen Food counter Kitchen Store -2 OTS AHU-2 AC Plant Store .No.

Description Senior-3 PA-1 C&I Planning PA-2 Senior-4 Head Senior UPS room EPABX Corridor Entrance Lobby Total SECOND FLOOR 1 Senior-1 2 Junior-1 3 Junior-6 4 C&I construction head 5 Electrical room 6 IT 7 Junior-1 8 PA-1 9 Civil construction 10 Senior-2 11 Junior-5 12 PA-2 13 Junior-3 14 PA-3 15 Mechanical and piping 16 Senior-3 17 Senior-4 18 Electrical construction 19 PA-3 20 Junior-4 21 Operation head 22 AHU-5 23 AHU-6 24 Room adjacent to AHU Library Junior-7 Document cell Senior-5 Corridor Conference Total THIRD FLOOR 1 Reactor engg. 2 Generating power 3 instrumentation 4 Electrical room 5 Plant records 6 PA-1 7 TSS 8 PA Office Records-1 9 Industrial Safety room 10 Officer Senior visiting 11 PA-2 25 26 27 28 29 30 Sl.No. 22 22 23 24 25 26 26 27 28 29 30 31 AFC 1 1 2 1 BFC 1 2 1 1 LAS MCP HD 1 TC 1 1 1 3 1 1 FACP FACP(R) Hooter 1 1 1 1 2 11 1 1 1 1 3 11 14 38 8 28 3 30 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 4 5 3 8 4 31 1 1 1 1 1 2 6 2 8 4 28 1 1 1 2 6 2 6 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 22 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 .

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Description Office records-1 CCE Rest room-1 AHU-7 AHU-8 Rest room-2 Room adjacent to AHU -7 Office records-2 CS PA-3 OS Corridor PA Office records-2 MS PA Office records-3 TS PA Office records-4 Junior-1 Office records-3 PA Senior-1 Junior-2 Junior-3 Head AFC 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 1 1 BFC 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 1 1 LAS 1 MCP 1 HD TC FACP FACP(R) Hooter 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 Total FOURTH FLOOR 1 Pantry 2 Discussion 3 SD’s Office 4 Visitor lounge 5 SD room 6 Rest room 7 Green house 8 AHU -10 9 AHU -9 Electrical room Green house Rest room PD room Visitor lounge PD Office Corridor Total AUDITORIUM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Green room-1 Display lobby-1 Server room Lunch room Rest room Pantry VIP Lunch room CMD. Chairman Discussion room Office & PA Visitor Lounge Green room-2 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 8 24 1 4 2 2 8 24 1 1 1 1 6 1 1 1 1 6 - 5 1 1 1 - 1 1 2 2 8 6 1 1 1 1 6 2 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 .Sl.No.

No.Sl. Description AFC BFC LAS MCP HD TC FACP FACP(R) Hooter 13 14 15 16 17 18 Lobby and AHU Stage Projector room Lobby area-2 Electrical room Display lobby-2 Total SUB STATION BUILDING Electrical room Total Grand total 3 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 128 1 3 1 1 8 3 1 23 165 AFC BFC TC RI LAS MCP FACP FACP(R) 16 139 6 37 1 6 38 1 1 6 13 ABBREVIATIONS Above false ceiling Below false ceiling True ceiling Response Indicator Loop addressable sounder Manual call point Fire alarm control panel Fire alarm control panel (Repeater Panel) .

Yes / No Yes / No 13 14 Whether different type of detectors are interchangeable on the same base Whether the addressable detectors of each type offered have all the features as specified. Item 10 11 12 Pedestal provided with suitable conduit / pipe for routing cables to MCP. list out the features not incorporated Yes / No . No. If not. I 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Detectors/Sensors Number of contacts on the push button NO / NC Colour of Push button actuator Catalogues for manual call point enclosed Pedestals for Mounting Manual Call Points Type of pedestal Material of pedestal Height of manual call point when pedestal mounted Details of painting with colour finish as per IS 5 (a)Normal areas (b)Corrosive areas 9 Whether pedestals are with complete mounting bolts and accessories Yes / No M Yes / No.PART-II ANNEXURE TO FORM OF TENDER 2. Nos. General Whether all type of detectors are plug – in unit. TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS. fitting into a fixed base. The Tenderer shall furnish technical parameters of various components offered in the format of Data Sheet for each equipment given below: DATA SHEET-B Sl.

Test certificates for sensitivity / response threshold value test enclosed with the TENDER 6 Yes / No Page 39 of 49 . Furnish the details for each type. types of detector offered enclosed with the TENDER Whether experience list for each type of detector offered enclosed with the TENDER 23 24 25 26 Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Multi sensors 1 2 3 4 5 Make Model No. for different mounting heights furnished with the TENDER Yes / No 22 Whether any special mounting / maintenance procedure required for any of the detectors type offered.15 Whether all detectors are resettable type (without replacement of any part or detector after operation) Whether all types of detectors are provided with a means for measuring and indication of set sensitivity or sensitivity range or sensitivity test feature after installation. Whether detectors (as applicable) are provided with inset guard Yes / No Yes / No 21 Coverage or zone of protection / spacing for each type of detector offered. Whether all routine / type / functional tests shall be carried out by the CONTRACTOR at works and site on all types of detectors offered as per relevant standards Copy of approval / clearance certificates from bodies / authorities listed in the specification for all the detectors offered enclosed with the TENDER Whether all catalogues and detailed literature for all. Yes / No 16 17 Yes / No Yes / No 18 Yes / No 19 20 Whether test facility on each individual detector provided for testing at site as specified. & Type Applicable standards Principle of operation Sensitivity / response threshold value. Whether these details for each type of detector furnished with the TENDER. Furnish details for each type. Whether the detectors with variable settings are provided with mechanical stop for maximum and minimum settings Whether response indicators for all types of detectors provided as specified.

7 Whether sensitivity / response threshold value adjustable at site (if .The Equipment mentioned in the above Tables shall be complete with all accessories to meet the specified Performance and Operational requirement As enumerated in Various Sections of this Specification. Page 40 of 49 . so indicate range and type of setting) Maximum and minimum mounting height at which the detector operates satisfactorily Listed spacing of the detector Meters 8 9 10 Whether the detectors are marked with their normal sensitivity.MANUAL CALL POINT NOTE :. In case of multi sensors. technical data sheet shall be filled for all sensors. listed spacing and tolerance limit Details to be furnished with regard to ionisation smoke detector using radio active material Yes / No Yes / No 11 ABBREVATION:MCP .

0 7.0 SIGNATURE ______________ DESIGNATION COMPANY DATE SEAL OF COMPANY ______________ ______________ ______________ Page 41 of 49 .0 Name of the TENDERER/ MANUFACTURER Address of the TENDERER/ MANUFACTURER Telegraphic and TENDERER telex addresses of the Name and designation of the Officer of the TENDERER to whom all reference shall be made for expeditious technical co-ordination If the equipment is manufactured in foreign collaboration.2. if so details Whether sufficient spares are available in stock 6.0 5.0 8.GENERAL PARTICULARS The TENDERER shall furnish here the following general particulars: 1.0 4.0 9.0 3. please furnish necessary details Place of manufacture & assembly Current registration number with DGS & D Whether service facilities available.0 2.1.

(months) (months) Sl.2.2. The TENDERER shall indicate the times for manufacture. Equipment SIGNATURE DESIGNATION SEAL OF COMPANY COMPANY ______________ ______________ ______________ DATE ______________ Page 42 of 49 .DELIVERY SCHEDULE. delivery and other activities of each equipment as shown below: Time required for time from date of shipment to site order to start the site from date of order. No.

3. No.4. Particulars Quantity SIGNATURE DESIGNATION SEAL OF COMPANY COMPANY ______________ ______________ ______________ DATE ______________ Page 43 of 49 . Drawings/Documents Sl.2. No.DATA & MANUALS SUBMISSION SCHEDULE. Sr. TOOLS AND TACKLES The TENDERER shall give below the list of special erection and maintenance tools and tackles offered by him. DESCRIPTION Period from LOI 2.

period Remarks No.5.LIST OF SPARES The TENDERER shall indicate hereunder the quantities of spare parts required for all equipment. If set. of spares Description Nos. acturer recommended per set (weeks) (2) Essential Spares (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Sl.2. No (1) a) b) Recommended Spares (Discounting quantity of essential spares above) SIGNATURE DESIGNATION COMPANY DATE SEAL OF COMPANY ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ Page 44 of 49 . Delivery Part Manuf Qty.

O.6. Work items and Date Contact Delivery Actual Address Date as Date of of per P. No. SL.2. Delivery Purchaser SIGNATURE DESIGNATION COMPANY DATE SEAL OF COMPANY ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ Page 45 of 49 .PROOF OF ABILITY.No. Work Description of work Order or Value of including quantity of P.O. The TENDERER shall furnish here a list of all similar jobs and letter of appreciation from them executed by him to whom a reference may be made by the PURCHASER in case the PURCHASER considers such a reference necessary.

2.7. DEVIATION The TENDERER hereby certifies that the above mentioned are the only deviations from the technical specification of the enquiry. SECTION CLAUSE No.LIST OF DEVIATIONS. SIGNATURE DESIGNATION COMPANY DATE SEAL OF COMPANY ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ Page 46 of 49 . All deviations from the technical specification shall be filled in by the TENDERER clause by clause in this schedule.

SECTION CLAUSE No. DEVIATION The TENDERER hereby certifies that the above mentioned are the only deviations from the General Conditions of the Contract.All deviations from the contract conditions shall be filled in by the TENDERER clause by clause in this schedule. SIGNATURE DESIGNATION COMPANY DATE SEAL OF COMPANY ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ Page 47 of 49 .

If during the stipulated guarantee period. The Contractor guarantees that the goods furnished by him shall be in full accordance with the Contract. The Contractor warrants that the goods supplied under this Contracts shall be new. repair or furnish and install replacement parts/equipment approved by Purchaser. materials or workmanship and shall perform satisfactorily during the guarantee period. the Contractor. TENDERER shall indicate tolerances applicable to each of the guaranteed parameters above and the reference standards.8. of high quality and free from defects in design. SIGNATURE DESIGNATION COMPANY DATE ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ SEAL OF COMPANY Page 48 of 49 .2. The guarantee for the replaced part or repaired work shall also be as per the original equipment supplied under this Contract. materials and workmanship. the subject goods are found defective of design. shall (at his own expense). GUARANTEE.

DECLARATION SHEET.9. manufacture.2. site conditions. d) The Tenderer confirms that his firm has clearly understood the implication of the delivery period of this Contract and the guarantees involved. a) The Tenderer Confirms that he has carefully examined Part I to Part III of the Tender and have fully informed and satisfied himself as to the nature. SIGNATURE DESIGNATION COMPANY DATE SEAL OF COMPANY ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ . b) The Tenderer confirms that he has clearly understood the requirements of qualification specified in this tender document and confirms that he is adequately qualified to submit the Ternder for this enquiry. e) The Tenderer confirms that his firm either singly or along with his collaborator has the adequate technical capability to design. seismic and other special requirements. c) The Tenderer confirms that his firm has previously performed equipment supply contracts of value equal to or higher than the Contract price of this Tender and that his firm has adequate financial resources for execution of this Contract. erect and commission the equipment/system and meet the performance requirements as specified in the Tender. He agrees to abide by the liquidated damages stipulated in this Tender. test. character and qualities of items to be supplied. and other pertinent meters and details.

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