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TENDER FEE RS. 600.00 EARNEST MONEY RS: 3492.

00 CONTRACTOR'S NAME & ADDRESS &Mobile No

TENDER NO: 32 DATE OF SUBMISSION: 26/12/08 TIME:- 3.00pm DATE OF OPENING: 26/12/08 TIME:-- 4.00pm AHMEDABAD MUNICLPAL CORPORATION NEW WEST ZONE, TENDER FORM

Name of Work :-Repairing of Overhead Water Tank in Sector - 6 in Nirnaynagar,Chandlodia ward


sr no 1 (a) Item Qty Rate Per Amount

Brick work using common burnt clay building bricks having crushing strength not less than 35 kg/Sq. cm. in foundations and plinth in cement mortar 1:5 (1 cement : 5 finesand)Upto two floor Providing15mm th.cement plaster in single coat on fair side on brick con crete walls of interior plastering up to floor two level ,finishedaven and smoo thincl. Finishing with a floating coat of net cement slurry incl.providing & mixing water proofing material .(I)cement plaster 1:3 (1 cement :3 sand)

2.00

1478.00

cmt

2956.00

(a)

625.00

98.00

smt.

61250.00

Providing popada plaster of 20 mm th. On rough side of on interior wall/ celling & cm 1:3 incl. Finshing with a floating coat of net cement slurry.in.incl.providing 125.00 mixing waterproofing material in c:min proportion recomended by the manufacture . Gunniting the o/s surface in CM 1:2 having thickness of 40 mm to 50 mm (Ave.) for beam, braces, column and container slab incl. chiseling and scraping loose concrete cleaning the surface with water and air under pressure and including providing and fixing in position steel wires square mesh 75 mm x 75 mm as per 300.00 IS:1966-1982 3.15 mm Wt/Sq.Mt. 1.64 Kg. with spot welding wherever necessary with main reinforcement incl. tying binding with wire incl. scaffolding centering staging all equipment and materials etc. complete incl. labor and testing of the container.

140.90

smt.

17612.50

544.00

smt.

163200.00

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Provdg. & laying ordinary cement concrete 1:2:4 (1 cement : 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregates 20 mm nominal size) laid in one layar finishing smooth with a floating coat of neat cement
165.00 40mm thickness. Provdg. & laying ordinary cement concrete M.150 & curing complete,excluding the cost of form & reinforcement 145.00
smt.

23925.00

columns pillars,posts & strusts up to floor two level


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1.00 0.50

2862.00 1188.00

cmt.

2862.00 594.00

P/Lcement conc. 1:5:10 (1 cement :5 fine sand :10 graded brick agg. 40 mm nominal size ) and curing comp. excl. cost of formwork in (a) foundation &plinth Provdg. From work in ordinary timbe planking so as to give a rough finish incl.centering, shuttering, strutting and propping etc. height of propping and centering below supporting floor to celling not exceeding 4 M & removal of the same for in situ rein forced concrete and plain concrete work in columns,pillars,posts & struts. square,rectangular,polygonal in plan

cmt.

7.00

130.20

smt.

911.40

Providing thermo Mechanically treated bars (TMT BARS) confirming to IS 786/FC 415 for R.C.C works 200.00 including welding bendings, binding and placing in position complete upto floor two level.(Market Rate) Providing and fixing EZ-7 Section door/window/frame incl. welding and fixtures fastenings incl. 3 coats of approved enamel oil paints etc. complete.
15.00

50.00

k.g

10000.00

10

399.90

smt.

5998.50

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Providing & fixing M.S. shutters with frame of doors and window,P/F M.S Cover with Frame made form M.S angle & M.S Plate 5 mm th,.for sump doors and window Shutter makes from M.S. sheet and vertical, 310.00 horizontal & diagonal supports of angle section fixed in angle section frame with holdfas. Shuteers and frame with locking arangement etc. comp. as dire of Engg. incharge of work Provgd.& fixing rough cast wired glass 6 mm th.beded in putty and fixed with wooden beading incl.the cost of wooden beandings of India teck wood & necessary cutting of glass. 25.00 Wired-Figured glass

50.00

k.g

15500.00

720.00

smt.

18000.00

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Providing, Supplying & Laying 90mm dia. Of 6 kg/cm2 PVC water pipe line incl. Specials required such as Bend,Tee, couplers etc. Rate also incl. Excavation, Refilling the tranches & laying pipe line ( on wall) by using jointing materials & joint make leak free ( Approved brand like finolex ,Prince, Umiya,Supreme, Dutron) Providing & Laying in tranches galvanised mild steel tubes (medium grade) of the following nominal bore & tube fitting (Earth Works in tranches) (a) 15mm dia Providing cement vata (10 cms x 10 cms) size quarter round in cement mortar 1:1 incl. Neat cement finishing, watering etc. comp. Demolition of brick work and stone masonry including stacking of serviceable materials and disposal of unserviceable materials with all leads and lifts

30.00

172.22

Rmt

5166.60

5.00
60.00

87.00
13.70

Rmt Rmt

435.00 822.00

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1.00 (II) In cement mortar Scaping out of plaster of any proportion of cement mortar & disposal of unseviceble material with all lead 300.00 & lift.

127.30 7.60

cmt smt.

127.30 2280.00

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Desmentelling of I.P.S.of any thickness of any proportion in cement mortar incl. Desposal of 165.00 unserviceble material withw all lead & lift. Dismanting doors,windows,ventilators ect. (wood or steel) shutters incl. chokhats, archirtaves,oldfastss and other attachment etc. complete and stcking them within all lead & lift. Not exceeding 3 sq.M in area. Providing water level indicator of 200 mm x 40 mm wooden plank of 4 mm thick M.S. plate with float level indicator sliding wire on pulley including necessary arrangement to prevent the swinging painting with anti corrosive paint, including painting of letters etc.complete.
20.00

10.00

smt.

1650.00

19

43.90

smt.

878.00

20

2.00

2695.00

No.

5390.00

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White washing with lime on wall surfaces (Three coats) to give an even shade incl. thoroughly brooming the 1500.0 0 surface to remove all dirt, dust,mortar drops & foreign matters.

4.55

smt.

6825.00

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Conveyance charges of earth lime murrum, building rubblish, manuare, garbage, sludge, excavated rock, fly ash, aggregate of any kind including spreading and leveling etc complete. (a) Upto4 to 5 Km.Lead
25.00 88.32 cmt.

2208.00

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Excavation for foundation up to 1.5 mt. depth including sorting out and stacking of seful materails and disposing off the excavated stuff up to 50 Meter lead. Loose or soft soil Protection work for excavated pits, for making connections, including necessary barry cating, lights, & other materials. etc. comp. as directed
1.00 2.00 44.70 300.00 cmt. No.

44.70 600.00

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Total Rs.
% ABOVE

349236.00

OR

% LESS

CONTRACTOR'S SIGNATURE & STAMP Mobile No.:-

ADDL.CITY ENGINEER ( N.W.Z. )

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AHMEDABAD MUNICIPAL CORPORATION NEW WEST ZONE


STANDARD DETAILED TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

Name of Work :-Repairing of Overhead Water Tank in Sector - 6 in Nirnaynagar,Chandlodia ward


Item No.1 :: Brick work using common burnt clay building bricks having crushing strength not less than 35 kg/Sq. cm. in foundations and plinth in cement mortar 1:5 .(a) (1 cement : 5 finesand)Upto two floor 1.0 Materials: 1. Water: 1.1. Water shall not be salty or brackish and shall be clean, reasonably clear and free objectionable quantities of silt and traces of oil and injurious alkalis, salts, organic matter and other deleterious material which will either weaken the mortar or concrete or cause efflorescence or attack the steel in R.C.C Container for transport, storage and handling of water shall be clean. Water shall conform to the standards specified in I.S.456-1978. 1.2. If required by the Engineer-in-charge it shall be tested by comparison with distilled water. Comparison shall be made by means of standard cement tests for soundness, time of setting and mortar strength as specified in I.S.269-1976. Any indication of unsoundness, change in time of setting by 30 minutes or more or decrease of more than 10 per cent in strength of mortar prepared with water sample when compared with the results obtained with mortar prepared with distilled water shall be sufficient cause for rejection of water under test. 1.3. Water for curing mortar, concrete or masonry should not be too acidic or too alkaline. It shall be free of elements which significantly affect the hydration reaction or otherwise interfere with the hardening of concrete during curing or those which produce objectionable stains or other unsightly deposits on concrete or mortar surfaces. 1.4. Hard and bitter water shall not be used for curing. 1.5. Portable water will be generally found suitable for curing mortar or concrete. 2. Cement : 2.1 Cement shall be ordinary Portland slag cement as per I.S. 269-1976 or Portland slag cement as per I.S. 455-1976. 3. Sand: 3.1. Sand shall be natural sand, clean, well graded, hard strong durable and gritty particle free from injurious amounts of dust clay, kankar nodules, soft or flaky particles shale, alkali, -5-

salts organic matter, loam, mica or another deleterious substance and shall be got approved from the Engineer-in-charge. The sand shall not contain more than 8 percent of silt as determined by field test. If necessary the sand shall be washed to make it clean. 3.2. Coarse Sand : The fineness modulus of coarse sand shall not be less than 2.5 and shall not exceed 3,0. The sieve analysis of coarse shall be as under: I.S.Sieve Designation 4.75 mm. 2.36 mm. 1.18 mm. Percentage by weight I.S.Sieve Passing Sieve 100 90 to 100 70-100 Percentage by weight Passing Sieve 30-100 5-70 0-50

Designation 600 Micron 300 Micron 150 Micron

3.3 Fine Sand:The fineness modulus shall not exceed 1.0. The sieve analysis of fine sand shall be as under: I.S.Sieve Designation 4.75 mm. 2.36 mm. 1.18 mm. 4 Bricks : 4.1 The bricks shall be hand or machine molded and made from suitable soils and kiln-burnt. They shall be free from crack and nodules of free lime. They shall have smooth rectangular faces with sharp corers and shall be of uniform colour. The bricks shall be molded with a frog of 100 mm. X 40 mm. and 10 mm. to 20 mm. deep on one of its flat sides. The bricks shall not break when thrown on the ground from a height of 600 mm. 4.2 The size of modular bricks shall be 190 mm. X 90 mm. X 90 mm. 4.3 The size of the conventional bricks shall be as under : (9x438 x 234 )225 x 110 x 75 mm. 4.4 Only bricks of one standard size shall be used on one work. The following tolerances shall be permitted in the conventional size adopted in a particular work. Length : 1.8 (3.0 mm.) Width : 1/6 (1.51 mm.) Height : 1/6 1.50 mm.) 4.5 The crushing strength of the bricks shall not be less than 35 Kg./Sq.Cm. The average water abscriptics shall not be more than 20 prevent by weight. Necessary tests for crushing strength and water absorption etc. shall be carried out as per I.S. .3493 (Part-I to IV) 1976. Percentage by weight I.S.Sieve Passing Sieve 100 100 70-100 Percentage by weight Passing Sieve 40-85 5-50 0-10

Designation 600 Micron 300 Micron 150 Micron

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5 Cement Mortar: 5.1 Water's specification are as above ,Cement 's specification are as above ,Sand 's specification are as above 5.2 Preparation of Mix :11.2.1 Cement and shall be mixed to specified proportion, sand being measured by measuring boxes. The proportion of cement will be by volume on the basic of 50 kg / Bag of cement being equal to 0.0342 Cu.m. The mortar may be hand mixed or machine mixed as directed. 5.3 Preparation of mortar : 11.3.1 In hand mixed mortar cement and sand in the specified proportions shall be thoroughly mixed dry on a clean impervious platform by turning over at least 3 times or more till a homogenous mixture of uniform colour is obtained., Mixing platform shall be so arranged that no delirious extraneous material shall get mixed with mortar or mortar shall be gradually added and thoroughly mixed to form a stiff plastic mass of uniform colour so that each particle of sand shall be completely covered with a film of wet cement. The water cement ratio shall be adopted as directed. 5.3.2 The mortar so prepared shall be used within 30 minutes of adding water Only such quantity of mortar shall be prepared as can be used within 30 minutes. 6.0 Workmanship: 6.1 Proportion: 6.1.1 The proportion of the cement mortar shall be 1:5 (1 cement : 5 fine sand) by volume. 6.2 Wetting of bricks: 6.2.1 The bricks required for masonry shall be thoroughly wetted with clean water for about two hours before use or as directed. The cessation of bubbles, when the bricks are wetted with water is an indication of through wetting of bricks. 6.3 Laying: 6.3.1 Bricks shall be laid in English bond unless directed otherwise. Half or cut bricks shall not be used except when necessary to complete to bond; closer in such case shall be cut to required size and used near the ends of walls. 6.3.2 A layer of mortar shall be spread on full width for suitable length of the lower course. Each brick shall first be properly bedded and set home by gently tapping with handle of trowel or wooden mallet. It side face shall be flushed with mortar before the next brick is laid and pressed against it. On copletion of course, the vertical joints shall be fully filled form the top with mortar.

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6.3.3 The walls shall be taken up truly in plumb. All courses shall be laid truly horizontal and all vertical joint shall be truly vertical. Vertical joints in alternate course shall generally be directly one over the other. The thickness of brick course shall be kept uniform. 6.3.4 The brick shall be laid with frog upwards. A set of tools comprising of wooden straight edges, masons sprit level, square half meter rub, and pins, string and plumb shall be kept on the site of work for frequent checking during the progress of work. 6.3.5 Both the faces of walls of thickness greater than 23 cms shall be kept in proper place. All the connected brick work shall be kept not more than one meter over the rest of the work. Where this is not possible, the work shall be raked back according to bond (and not left toothed) at an angle not steeper than 45 degrees. 6.3.6 All fixtures, pipes, outlets of water, hold fasts of doors and windows etc. which are required to be built in wall shall be embedded in cement mortar. 6.4 Joints: 6.4.1 Bricks shall be so laid that all joints are quite flush with mortar. Thickness of joins shall not exceed 12 mm. The face joints shall be raked out as directed by taking tools daily during the progress of work, when the mortar is still green so as to provide key for plaster or pointing to done. 6.4.2 The face of brick shall be cleaned the very day on which the brick work is laid and all mortar dropping removed. 6.5 Curing 6.5.1 Green work shall be protected from rain suitably. Masonry work shall be kept moist on all the faces for a period seven days. The top of masonry work shall be kept well wetted at the close of the day 6.6 Preparation of foundation bed: 6.6.1 If the foundation is to be laid directly on the excavated bed, the bed shall be leveled, cleared of all loose materials, cleaned and wetted before starting masonry. If masonry is to be laid on concrete footing, the top of concrete shall be cleaned and moistened. The contractor shall obtain the engineer' approval for the foundation bed, before foundation masonry is started. When puccas flooring is to be provided flush with the top to plinth, the inside plinth offset shall be kept lower than the outside plinth top by the thickness of the flooring. 7.0 Mode of measurements and payment: 7.1 The measurements of this item shall be taken for the brick masonry fully completed in foundation up to plinth. The limiting dimensions not exceeding those shown on the plans or as directed shall be final. Battered, tapered and curved portions shall be measured net. -8-

7.2 No deduction shall be made from the quantity of brick work nor any extra payment made for embedding in masonry or making holes in respect of following items:

(1) Ends of joints, beams, posts, girders, rafters, purlins, trusses, corbel steps etc. where cross sectional area does not exceed 500 Sq. cm. (2) Opening not exceeding 1000 Sq. cm. (3) Wall plates and bed plates, bearing of slabs, chhajas an the like whose thickness does not exceed 10 Cms. and the bearing does not extend to the full thickness of wall. (4) Drainage holes, and recesses for cement concrete blocks to embed hold fasts for doors, windows etc. (5) Iron fixtures, pipes up to 300 mm dia hold fasts and doors and windows built into masonry and pipes etc. for concealed wiring. (6) Forming chases of section not exceeding 350 Sq. Cm. in masonry. 7.3 Apertures for fire places shall not be deducted nor shall extra labour required to make splaying of jambs, throating and making Arches over the aperture be paid for separately. 7.4 The rate shall be for a unit of one cubic meter. Item No.2 :: Providing 15 mm thick cement plaster in single coat on fair side on brick concrete walls of interior plastering upto floor two level finished even and smooth in CM 1:3 includes finishing with a floating coat of neat cement slurry. Incl. providing & mixing water proofing material.(a) (1 cement :3 sand) Preparatory work : All joints in the masonary work that it shall be plaster, racked out to a depth of . The racking shall be done carefully and no chipping of the masonary shall be permitted in new work racking out shall be done when the mortar is still green and fresh. All concrete old plaster and store surface if they seem too smooth must be suitably roughened it provide necessary bending for the plaster. The surface shall be brushed and washed with fresh water and thoroughly wetted for 6 hours before plastering is commenced. Mortar : CC of mix 1:3 volume shall be as per item of CM in general specifications of brick masonary work. Mortar shall be freshly mixed for immediate use and in such quantities as to permit the above batch being used in the work before the mortar has commenced to set. Rate including neat cement floating coat for finished. Measurements shall be given on smt. basis as per ISI standard.

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Item No. 3 :: Providing Popada cement plaster 20 mm thick on rough side of on interior wall / celling & stair up to floor two level finished even & smooth in CM 1:3 incl.finished with a floating coat of neat cement slurry.

Preparatory work : All the surface like ceiling & soffits shall be prepared by removing popada & racking out surface shall be done carefully after removing the popada the surface shall be properly wetted & before applying plaster neat cement slurry shall be sprincle over the surface. The plaster shall be done with CM 1:3 in single or two coats as per requirement on site. The plastered surface shall be covered with floating coat of neat cement slurry & plastered surface shall be made smooth. The curing shall be done for one week period to the plastered surface. CM of mix 1:3 volume shall be as per item of CM general specification of brick masonary work. Mortar shall be freshly mixed for immediate used and in such quantities as to permit the whole batch being used in the work before the mortar has commenced to set. The measurements shall be given on Smt. basis as per ISI standard.

Item No. 4 :: Gunniting the o/s surface in CM 1:2 having thickness of 40 mm to 50 mm (Ave.) for beam, braces, column and container slab incl. chiseling and scraping loose concrete cleaning the surface with water and air under pressure and including providing and fixing in position steel wires square mesh 75 mm x 75 mm as per IS:1966-1982 3.15 mm Wt/Sq.Mt. 1.64 Kg. with spot welding wherever necessary with main reinforcement incl. tying binding with wire incl. scaffolding centering staging all equipment and materials etc. complete incl. labor and testing of the container. White/Colour washing with lime on undercoated wall surface in two coats to give an even shade including throughly brooming the surface to remove all dirt, dust mortar drops and other foreign matter.incl.scraping out old white wash to make a clear surface etc.comp.as directed engg.in charge. Chip out all loose concrete around the exposed reinforcement bar and spelled concrete area till hard concrete is reached. Clean the exposed reinforcement bar free of any scale / rust power and apply a coat of zinc rich epoxy primer provide additional bars if the existing reinforcement is rusted heavily and area of bar after cleaning is less than 80% of the original bar & surface is prepared for shot creating / grunting. Recommended Practice for Shotcreting Shot Crete is mortar or concrete to be conveyed through a hose and pneumatically projected at high velocity on to a surface. The force of the jet impinging on the surface compacts the

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material Generally a relatively dry mixture is used, and so the material is capable of supporting itself without sagging or sloughing, even for vertical and overhead application. Shotcrete Mortar of concrete conveyed through a hose and projected at high velocity on to a surface ; also known as mortar, also pneumatically applied mortar or concrete, sprayed mortar and gunned concrete. Dry-Mix- Shotcrete Pneumatically conveyed shotcrete in which most of the mixing water is added at the nozzle. Gunite ( Trade Name ) Method of applying dry-mix shotcrete. Wet Mix Shotcrete Shotcrete whree in all ingredients, including mixing water, are mixed in the equipment before introduction into the delivery hose; it may be pneumatically conveyed of moved by displacement. MATERIALS Cement as per additional / modified specifications for material, cement shall be ordinary Portland cement conforming to IS:269. Aggregates Sand for shotcrete shall comply with the ruquirements given in IS:383:1970 and sand for finish of flash coats may be finer then the above grading given in additional specifications, however, the use of finer sands will be generally result in greater drying shrinkage, and coarse sands, in more rebound. Coarse aggregates when used shall comply with the requirements of IS:383:1970. It shall generally conform to grading given in Table-2 IS:383- Page no.9. Water Water user for shotcrete shall conform to requirements of IS:456:2000. Admixture Admixture shall only be used when so specified Admixture when used, shall meet the requirements of IS:456:2000 and IS:9103:1979 Reinforcement Reinforcement bars if used shall conform to IS: 432 (Part-I):1982 and HYSD bars conforming to IS:1786 ( grade S 415 ). welding reinforcement may be permitted in special cases as per CI. 6.2.7 of IS: 13920-1993. Shotcreting process The two shotcreting process are :1) Dry mix process, & 2) Wet mix process Dry mix process In this process , a mixture of cement and moist sand is conveyed through the delivery hose to a nozzle where most of the mixing water is added under pressure. This process consists of the following steps : [a] The cement and moist sand are thoroughly mixed; [b] The cement-sand mixture is fed into a special mechanical feeder or gun referred to in this standard as delivery equipment; [c] The mixture is forced into the delivery hose by a feed wheel or distributor; [d] The mixed material is carried in suspension by compressed air through the delivery hose to a nozzle, which is filled inside with a perforated manifold through which water is introduced under pressure and intimately mixed with the other ingredients; and - 11 -

[e] The mortar is jetted from the nozzle at high velocity on to the surface to be shotcreted. Wet mix process In this process, all the ingredients including water are mixed before they enter the delivery hose. It consists of the following steps: [a] All the ingredients (including mixing water) are thoroughly mixed; [b] The mortar or concrete is introduced into the chamber of the delivery equipment; [c] The mixture is forced into the delivery hose and conveyed by compressed air or other means to a nozzle;

[d] Additional air is injected at the nozzle to increate the velocity and improve the shooting pattern; and [e] The mortar or concrete is jetted from the nozzle at high velocity on to the surface to be shotcreted. Shotcrete suitable for normal construction requirements may be produced by either process. However, difference in cost of equipment, maintenance and operational features may make one or the other method more attractive for a particular application. Properties of Shotcrete Properly applied shotcrete is structurally adequate and durable material capable of excellent bond with concrete, masonry, steel and other materials. However, these favorable properties are contingent on proper planning and supervision, and on the skill and continuous attention by the operating staff. The water cement ratio for shotcrete in place normally falls within the range of 0.35 to 0.50 by mass which is somewhat lower than for most conventional concrete mixes. In general the physical properties of sound shotcrete in place are comparable to those pf conventional mortar or concrete of the same composition. Most reported values for 28 day strength are in the range of 20 to 50 N/mm2. It is recommended that strength higher than 25 N/mm2 specified only for the most carefully executed shotcrete jobs. The drying shrinkage of shotcrete depends somewhat on the mix proportions used, but generally falls within the range of 0.06 to 0.10 percent. This is rather higher than for most low-slump conventional concrete, which generally placed in heavier sections using larger aggregate and leaner mixes. It will tend to give more shrinkage, cracking, and may require a closer joint spacing. The durability of shotcrete in laboratory tests and under field exposure has generally been good. Shocrete offers advantages over conventional concrete in a variety of new construction and repair work. It is frequently more economical because of the lesser forming requirements, and because it require only a small, portable plant for manufacture and placement. Preconstruction Testing This mix proportions, grading and quality of aggregate. amount and spacing of reinforcing steel position of the work, design and condition of delivery equipment, and the quality of workmanship all affect the quality of Shotcrete in place. A laboratory investigation shall, therefore be carried out prior to the commencement of the work in order to check the operation of the equipment and the skill of the operating staff, and also to verify that the specified quality of Shotcrete may be expected in the structure. the The procedure for preconstruction testing shall be as recommended as follows. Test panels simulating actual job conditions shall be fabricated by the operating staff, using the equipment, materials and mix proportions proposed for the job. For the dry mix process, the - 12 -

amount of water added at the nozzle in adjusted so that the in-place Shotcrete appears to be adequately compacted and neither sags nor shows excessive rebound. Where justified by the size and importance of the job or lack of previous experience with the materials, it may be advisable to test two or three mixes, generally within the range of I part of cement to 3 to 41/2 parts of sand, before deciding on the final mix proportions. The procedure for the wet mix process is similar to the dry mix process except that the entire mix is premixed to give a workability judged to be appropriate for the work, before it is introduced into the chamber of the delivery equipment. Tests on more that one mix design are usually recommended. Tests on more than one mix aggregate in the mix. Normally 20 to 40 percent of coarse aggregate is first tired, with subsequent mixes adjusted to reflect the result of the first trial. The panels are fabricated by gunning on to a back form of plywood. A separate panel shall be fabricated for each mix design being considered, and also for each gunning position to be encountered in the structure, that is slab vertical and overhead sections. At least part of the panel shall contain the same reinforcement as the structure, to show whether sound shotcrete is obtained behind the reinforcement rods. the panel shall be large enough to obtain all the test specimens needed, and also to indicate what quality and uniformity may be expected in the same as in the structure. Generally the size of panel shall be not less than 75 X 75 Cm. The thickness shall be the same as in the structure except that is shall normally be not less than 7.5 cm. Cubes or cores shall be aken from the panels for testing. The cores shall have a minimum diameter of 7.5 cm and a length-diameter ratio of at least 1, if possible. The specimens shall be carefully examined and additional surface shall be exposed by sawing or breaking the panel when it is considered necessary to check the soundness and uniformity of the material. All cut and broken surface shall be dense and free from laminations and sand pockets. EQUIPMENT Dry mix process Batching and mixing equipment Batching by mass is to be preferred and is strongly recommended. Sand may be batched by volume if periodic checks are made to ensure that the masses are maintained within the required tolerance. The moisture content of the sand shall be such that the sand-cement mixture will flow at a uniform rate, without slugs, through the delivery hose. The optimum moisture content will depend upon the delivery equipment being used, but it is generally within the range of 3 to 6 percent. The sand shall be moistened or dried as required o bring the moisture content to satisfactory level. Fluctuations in moisture content shall be avoided. The mixing equipment shall be capable of thoroughly mixing the sand and cement in sufficient quantity to maintain continuity of placing. The mixing time shall be not less than I minute in a drum-type mixer; where other mixer are proposed, satisfactory evidence shall be presented that they are capable of thorough mixing. The mixer shall be self cleaning, capable of discharging all mixed material without any carryover from one batch to the next. It shall be inspected and thoroughly cleaned at least once a day ( and more often if necessary ) to prevent accumulations of requirement.

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Air Supply Properly operating air compressor of ample capacity is essential for a satisfactory shotcreting operation. The compressor shall be fitted with a moisture extractor to keep up a supply of clean, dry air adequate for maintaining a sufficient nozzle velocity for all parts of the work while simultaneously operating a blow pipe for clearing away rebound. The operating pressure is the pressure driving the material from the deliver equipment into the hose and is measured by gauge near the material outlet of the gun. The air pressure shall be uniformly steady (non-pulsating).

For lengths of house up to 30 m, air pressure at the gun shall be 0.3 N/mm2 or more. Where the length exceeds 30m the pressure shall be increased by 0.035 N/mm2 for each additional 15m of house required, and by 0.035 N/mm2 for each 7.5 m that the nozzle is raised above the gun. Water Supply The water pressure at the discharge nozzle shall be sufficiently greater than the operating air pressure to ensure that the water is intimately mixed with the other materials. If the line water pressure is inadequate, a water pump shall be introduced into the line. The water pressure shall be uniformly steady ( non-pulsating ). Wet Mix Process Batching and mixing equipment batching by mass is to be preferred and is strongly recommended. Aggregates may be batched by volume if periodic checks, are made to ensure that the masses are maintained within a required tolerance. Water may be batched either by mass or by volume. The mixing equipment shall be capable of thoroughly mixing the specified materials in sufficient quantity to maintain continuous placing. The required mixing time will depend on the mix being used and the efficiency of the mixer. Delivery of concrete at the desire workability and uniformity from batch is essential to a good shotcreting operation especially in vertical and overhead applications. Delivery Equipment The pneumatic feed type of wet mix delivery equipment is capable of applying high quality, low slump mortar or concrete with the reliability needed for general construction and repair work. From a pressurized vessel in the equipment, the premixed materials and compressed air are discharged air are discharged into the delivery hose. The material and air pass through the hose to the gunning nozzle which is fitted with an air ring for injecting additional compressed air. The wet mix delivery equipment shall be of a design and size which have given good results in similar work. It shall be capable of delivering the premixed materials accurately, uniformly and continuously through the delivery hose. the size of the hose generally within the range of 32 to 65mm. Recommendations of the equipment manufactures shall be followed with regard to the type and size of nozzle to be used, and the cleaning, inspection, and maintenance of the equipment. Air Supply The air compressor shall be capable of keeping up a supply of clean air adequate for maintaining sufficient nozzle velocity for all parts of the work and for simultaneous operation of a blow pipe for clearing away rebound. - 14 -

APPLICATION OF SHOTCRETE : Preparation of surface A good base of foundation is necessary for proper and successful application of shotcrete. Where the shotcrete is to be placed against earth surfaces as in canal linings, such surfaces shall first be thoroughly compacted and trimmed to line and grade. Shotcrete shall not be placed on any surface which is frozen, spongy or where there is free water. The surface shall be kept damp for several hours before applying shotcrete.

In the case or repairs to existing deteriorated concrete, all unsound material shall be first removed. Chipping shall continue until there are no offsets in the cavity which will cause an abrupt change in the thickness of the repaired surface. No square shoulders shall be left at the perimeter of the cavity; all edges shall be tapered. The final cut surface shall be critically examined to make sure that it is sound and properly shaped. Improper preparatory work is more often responsible for failures of shotcrete in repair work than any other single factor. After it has been ensured that the surface (whether concrete, masonry or steel) to which shotcrete is to be bonded is sound, it shall be cleaned of all loose and foreign material. If necessary, the surface shall be chiseled or sand-blasted to make it rough to receive shotcrete. Exposed reinforcement shall be cleaned free of rust, scales etc. Porous surface shall be kept damp for several hours before shotcrete is applied. Formwork The forms shall be plywood sheeting or other suitable material, true to line and dimension. They shall be adequately braced to protect against excessive vibration, and shall be constructed so as to permit the escape of air and rebound during the funning operation; this is of particular importance in the case of thick structural members. Short removable bulkheads may be used at intersections. Forms shall be oiled or dampened, and they shall be cleaned just before gunning. Adequate and safe scaffolding shall be provided so that the operator can hold the nozzle at the optimum angle and distance from the surface for all parts of the work as described in placing of shotcrete (IS: 9012-1978). The scaffolding shall be also given easy access to the shotcrete surface for screeding and finishing, if such is specified. Scaffolding shall be constructed to permit uninterrupted applications of the shotcrete wherever possible. Reinforcement The soundest will be obtained where the reinforcing steel is designed and placed to cause least interference with placement. Depending on the thickness and nature of the work, reinforcement may consist of either round bars, or welded wire fabric. Small sizes of necessary, exceptional care shall be used, a 16mm diameter bar being the normal maximum size. Where large bars are necessary, exceptional care shall be taken in encasing them with shotcrete. Sufficient clearance shall be provided around the reinforcement to permit complete encasement with sound concrete. The clearance needed depends on the maximum size of - 15 -

aggregate in the mix and size of reinforcement . The minimum clearance between the reinforcement and the form or other backup material may very between 12mm for the case of a mortar mix and wire fabric, reinforcement to 50mm for the case of a concrete mix and 16mm diameter reinforcing bars. The minimum wire mesh spacing shall be 50mm. Clear spacing between parallel bars shall possible the bars shall be arranged so as to permit shooting from opposite side. Laps for bars and wire fabric shall receive special attention to prevent weak sections in the shotcrete. Lapped reinforcing bars shall not be tied together; they shall be separated by at least 50 mm wherever possible. Wire mesh shall be lapped 11/2 squares in all directions. A continuous chair shall not follow along directly underneath a reinforcing bar since this will probably result in a sand pocket under the bar. The minimum requirements of lap length shall be as specified in IS-456-2000 / Additional Specifications.

For repair work, The reinforcement shall be fixed to exiting masonry and concrete by wiring to nails nails driven into walls and secured rigidly so that the vibration resulting from the deposition of shotcrete will not impair or displace them. Alignment Control Adequate ground wires shall be installed to establish thickness and surface planes of the shotcrete build-up. Both horizontal and vertical ground wires shall be installed at corners and offsets not clearly fixed by the formwork, for example, at exterior corners of walls, coumn or beam corner, and other locations. They may also be used as screed guides. Ground wires shall be tight and true to line, and placed in such a manner that they may be further tightened. Placing the Shotcrete each layer of shotcrete is built up by making several passes or loops the nozzle over the working area. This may be done by moving the nozzle rhythmically in a series of loops from side to side and up and down (see. Fig 1 and 2.) The shotcrete shall emerge from the nozzle in a steady, uninterrupted flow. If the flow becomes intermittent due to any cause, the operator shall direct it away from the until it again becomes constant. The distance of the nozzle from work (usually between 0.5 and 1.5m) shall be such as to give the best results for the working conditions. The nozzle shall be held perpendicular to the surface applications. However, when gunning through and encasing reinforcing bars, the nozzle shall be held closer and at a slight angle form the perpendicular. Also the mix shall be little wetter than normal, but not so wet as to cause sloughing behind the bar. Where bars are closely spaced, more than one bar may be shot form each position. Fig.3 shows effects of correct and incorrect nozzle operation in encasing reinforcement with shotcrete.

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For walls, columns and beams the applications shall begin at the bottom. The first layer shall at least completely embed reinforcement adjacent to the form. The thickness of layer is governed mainly by the requirement that the shotcrete shall not sag. Where thick layers are applied, it is important that the top surface is maintained on a 45 slop approximately, and that rebound is kept out of the work. Fig4 shows a shotcreting operation on a vertical wall, the top surface of the shotcrete is kept at 45 so that the rebound falls clear of the work. In Shooting slabs, the nozzle shall be held at a slight angle from the perpendicular so that rebound is blown on to the completed portion from where it can be removed.

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Rebound : Rebound is aggregate and cement paste which ricochets off the surface during the application of shotcrete due to collision with the hard surface, reinforcement, or with the aggregate particles themselves. The amount of rebound varies with the position of the work angle of the nozzle, air pressure, cement content, water content, size and grading of aggregate, amount of reinforcement and thickness of layer. Depending on the position of the work the variation in the amount of rebound may be as below. Surface Percentage of Rebound Floor of slabs Sloping and vertical walls Overhead work 05-15 15-30 25-50

Figure 5 indicate the effects of the angle at which the shotcrete hits the wall on the percentage of rebound. A small circular motion with the gun held in such a way as to provide 90 impact provides minimum rebound (see fig 6). Initially the percentage of rebound is large, but it becomes less after a plastic cushion has been built up. Rebound is much learner and coarser than the original mix. The cement content of the inplace shotcrete is, therefore, higher because of rebound, this increase the strength but also the tendency towards shrinkage cracking.

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Rebound shall not be worked back into the construction. If it does not fall clear of the work, it shall be removed. Rebound shall not be salvaged and included in later batches because of the danger of contamination; also it may affect the cement content, state of hydration, and the grading of the aggregate. Construction Joints : Construction joints are generally tapered to a thin edge over a width of about 300 mm. A joint of somewhat better appearance is constructed by sloping the shotcrete surface to a shallow edge from; usually a 25mm thick board laid flat. Ordinary square construction joints are generally avoided in shotcrete construction because they from a trap for rebound. However, when the joint is likely to be subjected to compressive stress, square joints are commonly required; in such a case steps shall be taken to avoid or remove trapped rebound at the joint. The entire joint shall be thoroughly cleaned and, wetted prior to the application of additional shotcrete. Preparation for succeeding layers : Where a layer of shotcrete is to be covered by a succeeding layer, it shall first be allowed to take its initial set. Then all laitance, loose material and rebound shall be removed by brooming. Any laitance which has attained final set shall be removed by sand blasting and the surface cleaned with an air water jet.

In addition the surface shall be thoroughly sounded with a hammer for drummy areas resulting from rebound packets or lack of bond. Drummy areas, sags, or other defects shall

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be carefully cut out and replaced with the succeeding layer. Surface to be shot shall be damp. Finishing : The natural gun finish is normally preferred from both the structural and durability considerations. There is danger that further finishing may disturb the section, harming the bond between the shotcrete and reinforcement and between the shotcrete and the under laying material, and creating cracks in the shotcrete. Additional finishing may also be difficult to accomplish, especially for the driver mixes. Suspension of work : The application of shotcrete shall be suspended in condition of likely exposure to high winds, freezing or rain. At the end of each day work, or on stopping work for any other reason, the shotcrete shall be slopped off to a thin edge and then the work shall be resumed on next day after cleaning the surface. Curing : Good curing is particularly important for the very thin sections, rough surface, and mixes of low workability normally associated with shotcrete. It is generally recommended that surface be kept continuously wet for at least 7 days (see IS 456-1978*). Quality Control : Quality control of shotcrete is more difficult than for conventional concrete since it is affected not only by the accuracy of batching but also by the skill and continued care of the crew applying shotcrete. It is generally not feasible or desirable to core the structure to obtain specimens for regular control tests. Therefore small un-reinforcement test at least 30 cm square and 75mm thick shall be periodically gunned, and cubes extracted for compressive tests and visual examination. Test cores shall also be taken from the completed work as often as necessary to ensure that the control tests reflect the quality of material in structure. Concrete cubes prepared by directly gunning into 15 cm cube moulds may also be use for day to day quality control tests. In such cases, the results should be corrected to the results from tests of cubes made from panels.

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The shotcreting operation shall be continuously inspected by a qualified supervisor who shall check materials, forms, reinforcing ground-wishes, delivery equipment , application of material , curing and protection against high or low temperature. Each layer of shotcrete shall be systematically sounded with a hammer to check for drummy areas. Cores shall be taken from the structural shotcrete; such cores shall be takes as early in the job as practicable so that the data obtained can be sued effect improvements in later work. The permissible tolerance on the thickness of the work executed by shotcrete shall be- 3/ + 8 mm. Skill of Operation : The quality of shotcrete depends to a great extent on the skill of the operator in much the same way as the quality of a weld depends on the welder. The force man, nozzle man, and delivery equipment operator shall be experienced in similar capacities for a sufficient period to be fully qualified to perform his duties. A method used for checking the qualifications of a nozzle man is to gun test panels 60cm or 90 cm square and 50 mm more thick, using typical reinforcement for the job. Compressive strength test are made on cubes or various sizes sawed from these panels. When the test panel is cored, cut up, or broken open, it will indicate not only the strength, but also of suitability of the mix, the effectiveness of the reinforcement and the skill of the nozzleman. MODE OF MESUREMENT AND PAYMENT : Retrofitting with horizontal, vertical and band shall be measured in square meters of area. Rate per square meter shall include cost of reinforcement, binding wire, cost of scraping plaster/raking mortar joints, scaffolding, preparation of surface, guniting / shotcreting including cost of equipment, materials and labour, rebound wastage, if any, cost of curing, finishing plaster etc. complete. The cost of colour wash (both materials and labour), required if any to match adjoining surface, shall be measured and paid separately under relevant item of bill of quantity. The item shall be paid in sqM. Scrapping out old white/colour wash from walls including cleaning the surface with sand paper or with chemicals as required and removing debris as directed. The item includes complete cleaning of the walls and ceilling sufaces wherever necessary and then applying white/colour wash in required no. of coats and using Gothan lime duly mixed with saresh and indigo, if required. In no case sodium chloride shall be allowed. The sides of wood work steel frame etc. shall be got cleaned to its original shade after applying the coats, spoiled floor shall be made good. There must be uniformity of shade. The coats are not to be applied simultaneously and all the coats are to be shown and got approved by the Engineer in charge of the work before applying the next coat. Rates including necessary scaffoldings, jullas etc.

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Measurements shall be taken on Smt. basis as per ISI standard. Item No. 5 :: Provdg. & laying ordinary cement concrete 1:2:4 (1 cement : 2 coarse sand : 4 graded stone aggregates 20 mm nominal size) laid in one layar finishing smooth with a floating coat of neat cement (a) 40mm thickness. 1.0 Materials 1. Water: 1.1. Water shall not be salty or brackish and shall be clean, reasonably clear and free objectionable quantities of silt and traces of oil and injurious alkalis, salts, organic matter and other deleterious material which will either weaken the mortar or concrete or cause efflorescence or attack the steel in R.C.C Container for transport, storage and handling of water shall be clean. Water shall conform to the standards specified in I.S.456-1978. 1.2. If required by the Engineer-in-charge it shall be tested by comparison with distilled water. Comparison shall be made by means of standard cement tests for soundness, time of setting and mortar strength as specified in I.S.269-1976. Any indication of unsoundness, change in time of setting by 30 minutes or more or decrease of more than 10 per cent in strength of mortar prepared with water sample when compared with the results obtained with mortar prepared with distilled water shall be sufficient cause for rejection of water under test. 1.3. Water for curing mortar, concrete or masonry should not be too acidic or too alkaline. It shall be free of elements which significantly affect the hydration reaction or otherwise interfere with the hardening of concrete during curing or those which produce objectionable stains or other unsightly deposits on concrete or mortar surfaces. 1.4. Hard and bitter water shall not be used for curing. 1.5. Portable water will be generally found suitable for curing mortar or concrete. 2. Cement : 2.1 Cement shall be ordinary Portland slag cement as per I.S. 269-1976 or Portland slag cement as per I.S. 455-1976. 3. Sand: 3.1. Sand shall be natural sand, clean, well graded, hard strong durable and gritty particle free from injurious amounts of dust clay, kankar nodules, soft or flaky particles shale, alkali, salts organic matter, loam, mica or another deleterious substance and shall be got approved from the Engineer-in-charge. The sand shall not contain more than 8 percent of silt as determined by field test. If necessary the sand shall be washed to make it clean. 3.2. Coarse Sand : The fineness modulus of coarse sand shall not be less than 2.5 and shall not exceed 3,0. The sieve analysis of coarse shall be as under:

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I.S.Sieve Designation 4.75 mm. 2.36 mm. 1.18 mm.

Percentage by weight I.S.Sieve Passing Sieve 100 90 to 100 70-100

Designation 600 Micron 300 Micron 150 Micron

Percentage by weight Passing Sieve 30-100 5-70 0-50

3.3 Fine Sand:The fineness modulus shall not exceed 1.0. The sieve analysis of fine sand shall be as under: I.S.Sieve Designation 4.75 mm. 2.36 mm. 1.18 mm. Percentage by weight I.S.Sieve Passing Sieve 100 100 70-100 Percentage by weight Passing Sieve 40-85 5-50 0-10

Designation 600 Micron 300 Micron 150 Micron

4. Stone Coarse Aggregate For nominal Mix Concrete : 4.1 Coarse aggregate shall be machine crushed stone of black trap or equivalent and be hard, strong m dense, durable clean and free form skin and coating likely to prevent proper adhesion for mortar. 4.2 The aggregate shall generally be cubical in shape. Unless special stones of particular quarries are mentioned aggregates shall be machine crushed from the best black trap or equivalent hard stone as approved. Aggregate shall have no deleterious reaction with cement. The size of the coarse aggregate for plain cement concrete and ordinary reinforced cement concrete shall generally be as per the table given below. However in case of reinforced cement concrete the maximum limit may be restricted to 6 mm. less than the minimum lateral clear distance between bars or 6 mm. less than the cover, Whichever is smaller. TABLE l.s.siev e percentage passing for single sized aggregates of nominal size I.S.Siev e Design ation sized 12.5 mm. 10 mm. 4.75 mm Percentage passing for single aggregates of Nominal size

80 mm. 63 mm. 40 mm.

-100 85-100

--100

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-0.5 --

-0.02 0.5

-0.30 0.5

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20 mm. 16 mm.

0-20 --

85-100 --

100 mm. 85-100

2.35

--

--

--

NOTE: This percentage may be carried some what by Engineer-in-charge when considered necessary for obtaining better density and strength of concrete. 4.3. The grading test shall be taken in the beginning and at the change of source of materials. The necessary test indicated in I.S. 383-1970 and I.S. 456-1978 shall have to be carried out to ensure the acceptability. The aggregates shall be stores separately and handled in such a manner as to prevent the intermixing of different aggregates. If the aggregates. are covered with dust, they shall be washed with water to make them clean. Cement concrete 1:2:4 proportion measured by volume shall conform to relevant specification or ordinary grade 1:2:4 concrete. 5.0 Workmanship : 5.1 The cement concrete flooring of 40 mm. thick (average) is to be laid as per the site condition. The concrete shall be mixed in a mechanical mixer at the work. Hand mixer may however be allowed for smaller quantities of work and in case of failure of machines or as permitted by the engineer-in-charge. It shall carried out on a water tight platform and care shall be taken to ensure that mixing is continued until the mass is uniform in colour and consistency. However in such cases 10% more cement than otherwise required shall have to be used without any cost. The mechanical mixing shall be done for a period of 1/2 to 2 minutes. The quantity of water shall be thus sufficient of produce a dense concrete required workability for the purpose. Flooring of specified thickness shall be laid in accordance with approved pattern or as directed. Finishing operation shall start shortly after the cessation of beating and shall be spread over a period of one to six hours depending upon the temperature and atmospheric conditions. The surface shall be left for some time till moisture disappears from it. Fresh quantity of cement shall be mixed with water to form a thick slurry and spread over the surface while the concrete is still green. Use of dry cement or cement and sand mixture sprinkled on this surface to stiffen the concrete or absorb excessive moisture shall not be permitted. The cement slurry shall than be properly paste twice by means of iron flats, once, when the slurry is applied and the second time when cement starts setting and finished smooth. The surface shall be marked with string or B.R.C. fabric jali to make the surface non slippery as and when directed. The junction of floors with wall plaster dado or skirting shall be rounded where so required upto 25 mm. radius. Flooring in lavatories and bath rooms shall be laid after fixing of water closet and squatting pans and floor traps, which shall be plugged while laying the floors and opened after the floors, are completed. Any damage, done to water supply sanitary fittings during the execution of work shall be mage good. 5.2 After the final set, the concrete shall be kept continuously wet, if required ponding for a period of not less than 7 days from the date of placement.

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5.3 The form work shall be provided if necessary as directed by the engineer in charge. Concreting shall be done as per alternate bay method with necessary centering wither by mastic or cement mortar as directed. 6 Mode of measurement & payment : 6.1 The rate shall include the cost of all material and labour involved in all the operations described above. No deduction shall be made or extra paid for any opening upto 0.1 sq. metre in area in the floor, nothing extra shall be paid for laying the floor at different levels in the same room or the court yard. 6.2 The rate shall be for unit of one sq. metre. Item No. 6 :: Provdg. & laying ordinary cement concrete M.150 & curing complete,. excluding the cost of form & reinforcement (A) columns pillars,posts & strusts up to floor two level. 1.0 Materials : 1.1 Water shall conform to M-1. Cement shall conform to M-3. Sand shall conform to M6. Grit shall conform to M-8. Coarse aggregate shall conform M-12 B. 2.0 General: 2.1 The relevant specifications of item no. 5.4.1 of ordinary concrete shall be followed except that the concrete mix shall be designed from preliminary tests, the proportioning of cement and aggregates shall be done by weight and necessary precautions shall be taken in the production to ensure that the required work cube strength is attained and maintained. The controlled concrete shall be in grades of M100, M-150, M-200, M-250, M-300, M-350, M-400, with prefix controlled added to it. The letter M refers to mix and numbers specify 28 days works cube compressive strength of 150 mm cubes of the mix expressed in Kg. / Cmt. 2.2 The porportion of cement, sand and coarse aggrega tes shall be determined by weight. the weight batch machine shall be used for maintaining proper control over the porportion of aggregates as per mix design. The strength requirements of different grades of concrete shall be as under: Grade of Concrete Compressive strength of 15 cms 28 days conducted in accordance Preliminary test Work test Min cubes in Kg./Cmt. at with I.S. 516-1959 Min.

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M-150 M-200 M-250 M-300 M-350 M-400

200 260 320 380 440 500

150 200 250 300 350 400

In all cases, the 28 days compressive strength specified in above table above be the criteria for acceptance or rejection of the concrete. Where the strength of a concrete mix as indicated by tests, lies in between the strength of any two grades specified in the above table such concrete shall be classified in for all purposes as concrete belonging to the lower of the two grades between which its strength lies. Workmanship: 2.3 The proportions for ingredients chosen shall be such that concrete has adequate workability for conditions prevailing on the work in question and can be properly compacted with means available except where it can be shown to the satisfaction of the Engineer- in-charge, that the supply of properly graded aggregate of uniform quality can be maintained till the completion of work. Grading of aggregate shall be controlled by obtaining the coarse aggregates, in different sizes and being in them in the right proportions as required. Aggregate of different sizes shall be stocked in separate stock piles. The required quantity of material shall be stock piled several hours, preferably a day before use. The grading of coarse and fine aggregate shall be checked as frequently as possible, the frequency for a given job being determined by the Engineer- in-charge to ensure that the suppliers are maintaining the uniform grading as approved for samples used in the preliminary tests. 2.4 In proportioning concrete, the quantity of both cement and aggregate shall be determined by weight. Where the weight of cement is determined by accepting the makers weight per bag a reasonable number of bags shall be weighted separately to check the net weight. Water shall either be measured by volume in calibrated tanks or weighed. All measuring equipments shall be maintained in clean and serviceable condition. Their accuracy shall be periodically checked. 2.5 In is most important to keep the specified water cement ratio constant and at its correct value. To this end, moisture content in both fine and coarse aggregates shall be determined by the Engineer- in-charge, according to the weather conditions. The amount of mixing water shall then be adjusted to compensate for variations in the moisture content. For the determination of moisture content in the aggregates, I.S. 2389(Part III) shall be referred to. Suitable adjustments shall also be made in the weights of aggregates due to variation in their moisture content. Minimum quantity of cement to be used in concrete shall not be less than 220 Kgs./M 3 in plain concrete and not less than 250 Kg/M3 in reinforced concrete.

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3.0 Mode of measurement and payment: 3.1 The relevant specifications item No. 5.4.1 shall be followed except that the controller concrete R.C.C. work for work as specified in item shall be measured under this item. The rate excludes cost of form work. 3.2 The rate shall be for a unit of one cubic meter. Item No. 7 :: P/Lcement conc. 1:5:10 (1 cement :5 fine sand :10 graded brick agg. 40 mm nominal size ) and curing comp. excl. cost of formwork in (a) foundation & plinth 1.0 Materials : 1.1 Water shall conform to as per Item no 1, Cement shall conform to as per Item no 1. Sand shall conform to as per Item no 1, Stone aggregate 40 mm. nominal size shall conform to as per Item no 5 2.0 Workmanship : 2.1 The relevant specification of item No 5.3.2.(A) shall be followed for the work except that the work is to be carried out in cement concrete 1:5:10. 3.0 Mode of measurement and payment : 3.1 The concrete shall be measured for its length, breadth and depth. limiting dimensions to those specified on plans or as directed. 3.2 The rate shall be for a unit of one cubic meter.

Item No. 8 :: Provdg. From work in ordinary timbe planking so as to give a rough finish incl.centering, shuttering, strutting and propping etc. height of propping and centering below supporting floor to celling not exceeding 4 M & removal of the same for in situ rein forced concrete and plain concrete work in columns,pillars,posts & struts.(a) square,rectangular,polygonal in plan 1.0 Materials: 1.1 The shuttering to be provided shall be of ordinary timber planks and shall be as below. 2. Shuttering : 2.1. The shuttering shall be either of widen planking of 30 mm. minimum thickness with or without steel lining roof steel plates stiffened by steel angles. The shuttering shall be

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supported on battens and beams and props of vertical ballies properly cross braced togather so as to make the centering rigid. In places of bully props, brick pillar of adequate section built in mud mortar may be used. 2.2. The form work shall be sufficiently strong and shall have camber, so that it assumes correct shape after deposition of the concrete and shall be able to resist forces caused by vibration of live load of men working over it and other incidental loads associated with it. The shuttering shall have smooth and even surface and its joints shall not permit leakage of cement grout. 2.3. If at any stag of work during or after placing concrete in the structure, the form work sags or bulges out beyond the required shape of the structure, the concrete shall be removed and work redone with fresh concrete and adequately rigid form work. The complete from work shall be got inspected by and got approved from the engineer-in-charge, before the reinforcement bars are placed in position. 2.4. The props shall consist of bullies having 100 mm. minimum diameter measured at mix length and 80 mm, at thin end and shall be placed as per design requirement. These shall rest squarely on wooden sole plates 40 mm. thick and minimum bearing area if 0-10 sq. m. laid on sufficiently hard base. 2.5. Double wedges shall further be provided between the sole plate and the wooden props so as to facilitate tightening and easing of shuttering without jerking the concrete. 2.6. The timber used in shuttering shall not be so dry as to absorb water from concrete and swell or bulge nor so green or wet as to shrink after erection. The timber shall be properly sawn and planed on the sides and surface coming in contact with concrete. Wooden from work with metal sheet lining or steel plates stiffened by steel angles shall be permitted. 2.7. As far as practicable, clamps shall be used to hold the forms together and use of nails and spikes avoided. 2.8. The surface of timber shuttering that would come in contact with concrete shall be well wetted and coated with soap solutions before the concreting is done. Alternatively coat of raw linseed oil or oil of approved manufacturer may be applied in place of soap solution. In case of steel shuttering either soap solution or raw linseed oil shall be applied after thoroughly cleaning the surface. Under no circumstances black or burnt oil shall be permitted. 2.9. The shuttering for beams and slabs shall have camber of 4 mm. per meter (1 to 250) or as directed by the Engineer-in-charge so as to offset the subsequent deflection. For cantilevers, The camber at free end shall be 1/50 of the projected length or as directed by the Engineer-in-charge. The dimensions of scantlings and battens shall conform to the design. The strength of the wood shall not be less than that assumed in the design. 3.0 Workmanship:

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3.1 The form work shall conform to the shape lines and dimension as shown on the plans and be so constructed as to remain sufficiently rigid during the placing and compacting of the concrete. Adequate arrangements shall be made by the contractor to safe guard against any settlement of the form work during the course of concreting and after concreting. The form work of shuttering, centering, scaffolding bracing etc shall be as per design. 3.2 Cleaning & Treatment of forms: 3.2.1 All rubbish, particularly chippings shaving and saw dust shall be removed from the interior of the form before the concrete is placed and the form work in contact with concrete shall be cleaned and thoroughly wetted or treated. The surface shall be then coated with soap solution applied before concreting is done. Soap solution for the purpose shall be prepared by dissolving yellow soap in water to get consistency of paint. Alternatively a coat of raw linseed oil or form oil of approved manufacture may be applied in case steel shuttering is used. Soap solution or raw linseed oil shall be applied after thoroughly cleaning the surface. Care shall be taken that the coating does not get on construction joint surface and reinforcement bars. 3.3 Stripping time: 3.3.1 In normal circumstances and where ordinary cement is used forms may be struck after expiry of following periods: (a) Sides of walls columns and vertical faces of beam .....................24 to 48 hours. (b) Beams soffits (Props left under) ...............................................................7 days. (c) Removal of props slabs (i) Slabs spanning up to 4.5 m................................................................ 7 days (ii) Spanning over 4.5 mm...................................................................... 14 days (d) Removal of props to beams and arches (i) Spanning up to 6 m........................................................................... 14 days (ii) Spanning over 6 m............................................................................ 21 days 3.4 Procedure when removing the form work: 3.4.1 All form work shall be removed without such shock or vibration as would damage the reinforced concrete surface. Before the soffits form work and struts are removed, the soffits and the concrete surface shall be exposed where necessary in order to ascertain that the concrete has sufficiently hardened. 2.5 Centering: 2.5.1 The centering to be provided shall be got approved. It shall be sufficiently strong to ensure absolute safely of the form work and concrete work before, during and after pouring concrete. Watch should be kept to see that behavior of centering and form work is satisfactory during concreting. Erection should also be such that it would allow removal of forms in proper sequence without damaging either the concrete or the forms to be removed.

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2.5.2 The props of centering shall be provided on firm foundation or base of sufficient strength to carry the loads without any settlement. 2.5.3 The centering and form work shall be inspected and approved by the Engineer-incharge before concreting. But this will not relieve the contractor of his responsibility for strength, adequacy and safety of form work and centering. If there is a failure of form work or centering, contractor shall be responsible for the damages to the work, injury to life and damage to property. 2.6 Scaffolding: 2.6.1 All scaffolding, hoisting arrangements and ladders etc required for the facilitating of concreting shall be provided and removed on completion work by contractor at his own expense. The scaffolding, hoisting arrangements and ladders etc. shall be strong enough to with stand all live, dead and impact loads expected to act and shall be subject to the approval of the Engineer-in-charge. However, contractor shall be solely responsible for the safety of the scaffolding, hoisting arrangement, ladders, work and workman etc. 2.6.2 The scaffolding hoisting arrangements and ladders shall allow easy approach to the work spot and afford easy inspection. 2.6.3 The rate is applicable to all conditions of working and height up to 4 mts. The rate shall include the cost of materials and labour for various operations involved such as: (a) Splayed edges, notching, allowance for overlaps and passing at angles, battens centering, shuttering propping, bolting, nailing, wedging, easing, striking and removal. (b) Filleting to form stop chamfered edges or splayed external angles not exceeding 20 mm width to beams, columns and the like. (c) Temporary openings in the forms for pouring concrete, if required, removing rubbish etc. (d) Dressing with oil to prevent adhesion of concrete with shuttering, and (e) Raking or circular cutting.

Item No.9 :: Providing thermo Mechanically treated bars (TMT BARS) confirming to IS 786/FC 415 for R.C.C works including welding bendings, binding and placing in position complete upto floor two level. 2.0 Materials : . Mild Steel Bars : 1 Mild steel bars reinforcement for R.C.C work shall conform to I.S. 432(Part-II) 1966 and shall be tested quality. It shall also comply with relevant part of I.S. 456-1978. .2 All the reinforcement shall be clean and free from dirt, paint, grease, mile scale or loose or thick rust at the time of placing.

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.3 For the purpose of payment, the bar shall be measured correct upto 100 mm. length and weight payable worked out at the rate specified below : 1. 6mm. x 0.22 Kg./Rmt 8. 20mm. 2.47 Kg./Rmt 2. 8mm. x 0.39 Kg./Rmt. 9. 22mm. 2.98 Kg./Rmt 3. 10mm x 0.62 Kg./Rmt 10. 25mm. 3.85 Kg./Rmt 4. 12mm x 0.89 Kg./Rmt 11. 28mm. 4.83 Kg./Rmt 5. 14mm x 1.21 Kg./Rmt 12. 32mm. 6.31 Kg./Rmt 6. 16mm x 1.58 Kg./Rmt 13. 36mm. 7.99 Kg./Rmt 7. 18mm x 3.00 Kg./Rmt 14. 40mm 9.86 Kg./Rmt.

. Mild Steel Binding Wire : 1. The mild steel wire shall be of 1.63 mm or 1.22 mm. (16 or 18 gauge) diameter and shall conform to I.S. 280-1972. 2. The use of black wire be permitted for binding reinforcement bars. It shall be free from rust, Oil paint, grease, looser mile scale or any other undesirable coating which may prevent adhesion of cement mortar Mild steel bars shall conform to M-18. Mild steel binding wires shall conform to M-21. Workmanship: 1 The work shall consist of furnishing and placing reinforcement to the shape and dimensions shows as on the drawings or as directed. .2 Steel shall be clean and free from rust and loose mill scale at the time of fixing in position and subsequent concreting. .3 Reinforcing steel shall conform accurately to the dimensions given in the bar bending schedules shown on relevant drawings. Bars shall be bent cold to specified shape and dimensions or as directed using a proper bar bender, operated by hand or power to attain proper radius of bends. Bars shall not be bent or straightened in a manner that will injure the material. Bars bent during transport or handling shall be straightened before being used on the work. They shall not be heated to facilitate bending. Unless otherwise specified, a U type hook at the end of each bar shall invariably be provided to main reinforcement. The radius of the bend shall not be less than twice the diameter of the round bar and the length of straight part of the bar beyond the end of the curve shall be at least four times the diameter of the round bar. In case of bars which are not round and in case of deformed bars, the diameter shall be taken as the diameter of circle having an equivalent effective area. The hooks shall be suitably encased to prevent any splitting of the concrete. .4 All the reinforcement bars shall be accurately placed in exact position shown on the drawing and shall be securely held in position during, metal hangers, supporting wires or other approved devices at sufficiently close intervals,. Bars shall not be allowed to sag between supports nor displaced during concreting or any other operations of the work. All

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devices used for positioning shall be of non-corrodible material. Wooden and metal supports shall no extend to the surface of concrete, except where shown on drawings. Placing of broken stone or brick and wooden blocks shall not be allowed. Pieces of broken stone or brick and wooden blocks shall not be used. Layers of bars shall be separated by spacer bars, precast mortar blocks or other approved devices. reinforcement after being placed in position shall be maintained in a clean condition until completely embedded in concrete. Special care shall be exercised to prevent any displacement of reinforcement in concrete already placed. To prevent reinforcement from corrosion, concrete cover shall be provided as indicated on drawings. All the bars producing from concrete and to which other bars are to be spliced and which are likely to be exposed for a period exceeding 10 days shall be protected by a thick coast of neat cement grout. .5 Bars crossing each other where required shall be secured by binding wires (annealed) of size not less than 1 mm in such manner that they do not slip over each other at the time of fixing and concreting. .6 As far as possible, bars of full length shall be used. In case this is not possible, overlapping of bars shall be done directed. When practicable, overlapping bars shall not touch each other, but be kept apart by 25 mm or 1.25 mm times the maximum size of the coarse aggregate whichever is greater by concrete between them. Where not feasible, overlapping bars shall be bound with annealed wires not less than 1 mm thick twisted tight. The overlaps shall be staggered for different bears and located at points along the span where neither shear nor bending movement is maximum. .7 Whenever indicated on the drawings or desired by the Engineer-in-charge, bars shall be joined by couplings which shall have a cross-section sufficient to transpit the full stresses of bars. The ends of the bars that are joined by coupling shall be upset for sufficient length so that the effective cross section at the base of threads is not less than normal cross-section of the bar. Threads shall be standard threads. Steel for coupling shall conform to I.S. 226 .8 When permitted or specified on the drawings, joints of reinforcement bars shall be buttwelded so as to transmit their full stresses. Welded joints shall preferably be located at points when steel will not be subject to more than 75 percent of the maximum permissible stresses and welds so staggered that at any one section not more than 20 percent of the rods are welded. Only electric are welding using a process which excludes air from the molten metal and conforms to any or all other special provisions for the work shall be accepted. Suitable means shall be provided for holding bars securely in position during welding. It shall be ensured that no voids are left in welding and when welding is done in two or three stages, previous surface shall be cleaned properly. Ends of the bars shall be cleaned of all loose scale, rust, grease, paint and other foreign matter before welding. Only competent welders shall be employed on the work. the M.S. electrodes used for welding shall conform to I.S. 814. Welded pieces of reinforcement shall be tested. Specimen shall be taken from the actual site and their number and frequency of test shall be as directed. Mode of measurement and payment : 1 For the purpose of calculation consumption , wastage shall bot be permitted beyond 5 percent . Excess consumption over 5 % will be charged at penal rate

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2 Reinforcement shall be measured in length including overlaps, separately for different diameters as actually used in the works. Where welding or coupling is resorted to in place of lap joints such joints shall be measured for a pimento as equivalent length of overlap as per design requirement. From the length so measured, the weight of reinforcement shall be calculated in tones on the same basic of as per M-18 even though steel is supplied to the contractor by the department on actual weight Length shall include hooks at the ends. Wastage and annealed steel wire for binding shall not be measured and the cost of these items shall be deemed to be included in the rate for reinforcement. 3 The rate for reinforcement includes cost of steel binding wires its carting form Department a store to work site, cutting, bending and fixing in position as shown on the drawings and as directed. It shall also include all devices for keeping reinforcement in approved position cost of joining as per approved method and all wastage and spacer bars. 4 The rate shall be for a unit One Kg. Item No. 9 A Extra for addition lift RCC work Materials & Workmanship: 1 The relevant specifications of item No. 5.4.10 or 5.4.11 as may be applicable, shall be followed except that the work shall be carried out above floor two level for each floor. Mode of measurement and payment: 1 The relevant specifications of item No. 5.4.10 or 5.4.11 as may be applicable shall be followed except that the work shall be carried above floor two level. 2 The rate shall be for unit of one Kg. per floor Related Technical Specifications of above item are as per Government Building Works Technical specification book Section - 5. item 5.4.13 on pg. 37 Item No:-9 B Extra for addition lift Reinforce steel Related Technical Specifications of above item are as per Government Building Works Technical specification book Section - 5. item 5.4.13 on pg. 38 .

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Item No.10 :: Providing and fixing EZ-7 Section door/window/frame incl. welding and fixtures fastenings incl. 3 coats of approved enamel oil paints etc. complete. Materials : Providing & fixing EZ -7 section door/window frame incl.necessary welding This item also incl. providing nece. fixtures and fastenings shall be fixed to the shutters as directed by the engineer-in-charge . It also incl. applying 3 coats of enamel oil paints of approved brand and quality etc.comp.as directed.. Mode of measurement : The rates of the this item shall be on Sq.mt. Item No. 11 ::Providing & fixing M.S. shutters with frame of doors and window,P/F M.S Cover with Frame made form M.S angle & M.S Plate 5 mm th,.for sump doors and window Shutter makes from M.S. sheet and vertical, horizontal & diagonal supports of angle section fixed in angle section frame with holdfas. Shuteers and frame with locking arangement etc. comp. as dire of Engg. incharge of work This item relates to providing and fixing M.S. shutters with existing door /window frame .M.S shutter shall be made from M.S. sheet of 5 mm.th . Vertical ,horizontal ,and diagonal supports of angle section shall be provided.to the shutter.M.s shutter shall be fixed to angle section frame of nece.and size given by Eng.in charge of work.incl. providing nece. holdfasts ,fixtures, fastenings. It also incl. P/F M.S . cover with frame made from M.S.angle and M.S. plateof 5 mm plate th. incl. p/f diagonal supports of angle section with locking arrangement etc. comp. and nece. painting, Mode of M/S shall be on KG. basis.

Item No. 12 :: Provgd.& fixing rough cast wired glass 6 mm th.beded in putty and fixed with wooden beading incl.the cost of wooden beandings of India teck wood & necessary cutting of glass. Wired Glass : Glass shall be with wire netting embedded in a sheet of plate glass electrically welded 13 mm. Georgian square mesh may be used. Thickness of glass shall not be less than 6 mm. Wired glass shall be of type and thickness as specified. wooden Beading:

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1 The teak wood shall be of good quality as required for the item to be executed. When the kind of wood is not specifically mentioned, good Indian teak wood as approved shall be used. 2 Teak wood shall generally be free from large, loose, dead or cluster knots, flaws, shakes, warps, twists bends or any other defects. It shall generally be uniform in substance and of straight fibres as far as possible. It shall be free from rot, decay, harmful fungi and other defects of harmful nature which will affect the strength durability of its usefulness for the purpose for which it is required. The colour shall be uniform as far as possible. Any effort like painting, using any adhesive or resins materials made to hide the defects shall render the pieces liable to rejection by the Engineer-in-charge. 3 All scantlings, planks etc. shall be sawn in straight lines and planes in the direction of grains and of uniform thickness. 4 The tolerances in the dimensions shall be allowed at the rate of 1.5 m.m. per face to be planed. First class teak wood : 1. First class teak wood shall have no individual hard and sound knots, more than 6 sq. cm. size and the aggregate area of such knots shall not be more than 1% of area of piece. The timber shall be closed grained.
Putty shall confirm toI.S. 419-1967

Second Class Teak Wood : Workmanship: The relevant specifications of item no 13.1(I) shall be followed except that the wired figured glass of 6 mm thick shall be used. Mode of measurement and payment: The relevant specifications of item no 13.1(I) shall be followed. The rate shall be for a unit of one sq. meter. Item No. 13 :: Providing / supplying and laying 90 mm dia. Of 6 kg/cm2 PVC water pipe line incl. specials required such as bend,tee,couplers etc. Rate also incl.excavation,Refilling the tranches & laying pipe line by using jointing materials & joint make leak free.Approved brand like finolex, prince,Umiya,Supreme,Dutron. GENERAL (A) Material 1 :The pipes shall conform to IS - 4985 - 1988 or the latest edition of IS codes for unplasticized P.V.C.pipes for potable water supplies with BIS marks on each pipe. 2 :The make of P.V.C. pipe shall be any one of the following only. No other make will be accepted (1) Finolex (2) Supreme (3) Dutron (4) Prince

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3 :The details given below briefly cover the requirements for dimensions and tests for unplasticized P.V.C. pipes. COMPOSITION The materials from which the pipe is produced shall consist substantially of virgin polyvinyl chloride to witch may be added only those additives that are needed to facilitate the manufacture of good surface finish, mechanical strength and opacity under conditions of use. No other rework material shall be used. DIMENSIONS 1 :The outside diameter, the tolerance outside diameter and wall thickness of pipe shall be as per IS 4985(table No.1).The inspection of pipes will be carried out at factory by A.M.C. or inspection agency, appointed by A.M.C. CLASSIFICATION OF PIPES The pipes shall be suitable for the maximum test pressure of 6 P.V.C. SPECIALS kg/sq. cm. as specified.

The PVC specials shall be injection molded type conforming to IS - 7834 (part 1 to 8 ) of latest revision. The pvc specials will be like tees, reducers, crosses, bends (90 and 45 ) end caps etc. In case if injection molded fittings/specials are not available, the fabricated fittings in special case shall be used only after the approval of engineer-in-charge. The PVC fabricated fittings shall conform to IS : 1012f( part 1 to 11 ). The payment will be made on running meter of laid pipelines. (B) Labour LAYING, JOINTING AND ANCHORING. PIPE LINES Before laying the excavation of trenches shall be got approved from engineer-in-charge. The ends of pipes and specials are to be cleaned and slighted by smooth glass paper. The axis of pipes are to be made exactly perpendicular to horizontal axis. The pipes ends shall have to be leveled by tools at an angle of about 30. The total length of pipe shall be marked so as to check inspection of pipe with coupler, .Dust, oil, water and grease etc. shall be wiped out with dry cloth from the surface. The surface shall be coated with solvent cement on pipe or special ends inside of coupler the cement solvent shall be allowed to remain for 1 or 2 minute. The pipes or special ends should be inserted to full length and allow surplus solvent to remain for 5 minute. The surplus cement solvent on the pipe surface shall be covered with soil as soon as to prevent possible effect of temperature. HYDRAULIC TESTING

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The solvent jointed pipes shall not be tested until at least 24 hours after jointing has been made.The line shall be filled up with water taking care to prevent entry of any air and slowly raising pressure to test pressure. Leakages if any found during testing is to be rectified by contractor including excavation and refilling. MEASUREMENT The measurement of pipe along with specials shall be taken on running meter basis. Item No. 14 :: Providing & Laying in tranches galvanized mild steel (medium grade) tubes of the 15 mm nominal bore & tube fitting. Providing, laying and fixing dia i.e. 15 mm dia B type of G.I. pipe line necessary specials excavation of trenches refilling etc. completed. The pipes and other specials such as sockets, tees, bends, elbows etc. shall be workable under threading, hampering and water pressure as per PWD handbook specifications. The joints shall be made with spun yarn and white zinc. Any breakage or leakages shall be repaired by contractor. The rate includes or making holes in wall and slab. M/s shall be given on Rmt. basis. Item No. 15 :: Providing cement vata (10 cms x 10 cms) size quarter round in cement mortar 1:1 incl. Neat cement finishing, watering etc. comp. This item related to providing CC vatta on top A.C. proof or in 100 mm x 100 mm Triangular size. Rate including making zeri in wall and also necessary repair to wall etc. completed. Measurements shall be given on Rmt. basis Item No. 16 :: Demolition of brick work and stone masonry including stacking of serviceable materials and disposal of unserviceable materials with all leads and lifts Workmanship : 1.1 The relevant specifications of item No. 20.1 (I) shall be followed except that demolition of brick or stone masonry in cement mortar is to be done. 2.0 Mode of measurements & payment : 2.1 The relevant specifications piers of columns of brick or stone masonry shall be measured in cubic metres. All copings, corbles, cornices and other projections shall be included with the wall measurements. 2.2 In measuring thickness plastered walls, the thickness of plaster shall be included. The unserviceable materials shall of item No. 20.1 (I) shall be followed except that the wall and independent be disposed off with all lead and lift. Ashlar face stones dressed

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stone etc. if required to be taken down intact shall be dismantled and measured separately in cubic metres. 2.3 The rate is exclusive of cleaning of bricks or stones. Honey comb works or hollow block walling shall be measured as solid. 2.4 The rate shall be for a unit of one cubic metre.

Item No.17 :: Scaping out of plaster of any proportion of cement mortar & disposal of unseviceble material with all lead & lift This item relates to remove old damage plaster work of wall, ceiling etc. & debris of dismantled plaster shall be stacked away from site up to 50 mt. Lead. M/s shall be given on smt. basis. Item No. 18 :: Desmentelling of I.P.S.of any thickness of any proportion in cement mortar incl. Desposal of unserviceble material withw all lead & lift. This item relates to demolished exist. IPS which is not in good condition & cracks etc. obscene. Same IPS shall be removed & carted debris site to 50 mt. lead. No damage shall occur to adjoining flooring etc. in toilet or at top of terrace slab. M/s shall be given on Smt. basis. Item No. 19 ::Dismanting doors,windows,ventilators ect. (wood or steel) shutters incl. chokhats, archirtaves,oldfastss and other attachment etc. complete and stcking them within all lead & lift. 1.0 Workmanship : 1.1 The relevant specifications of item No 20.1(I) shall be followed the exceeding 3 sq m in are to be dismantled. 2.0 Mode of measurement & payment 2.1 The relevant specifications of item no 20.1(I) shall be followed 2.2 The door windows ventilators etc. not exceeding 3 sq mt in are each including shutters and chowkhats architrave's holdfasts and other attachment to grams etc, will be dismantled and measured under this item 2.3 The rate includes stacking serviceable material and where directed with all leads and lifts 2.4 The rate shall be for a unit of one number

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Item No. 20 :: Providing water level indicator of 200 mm x 40 mm wooden plank of 4 mm thick M.S. plate with float level indicator sliding wire on pulley including necessary arrangement to prevent the swinging painting with anti corrosive paint, including painting of letters etc.complet Providing and fixing in position wooden water level indicator of 200x40 mm wooden plank of 4 mm. th M.S.plate with float level indicator sliding wire on pulley incl. nece. iron framing of angles in perpendicular fashion .The letteri g shall be visible. It also incl. providing nece. arrangement to prevent the swinging painting with anti corrosive paint, including painting of letters etc.complet The item should be paid on No.

Item No. 21 :: White washing with lime on wall surfaces (Three coats) to give an even shade incl. thoroughly brooming the surface to remove all dirt, dust,mortar drops & foreign matters. Scrapping out old white/colour wash from walls including cleaning the surface with sand paper or with chemicals as required and removing debris as directed. The item includes complete cleaning of the walls and ceilling sufaces wherever necessary and then applying white/colour wash in required no. of coats and using Gothan lime duly mixed with saresh and indigo, if required. In no case sodium chloride shall be allowed. The sides of wood work steel frame etc. shall be got cleaned to its original shade after applying the coats, spoiled floor shall be made good. There must be uniformity of shade. The coats are not to be applied simultaneously and all the coats are to be shown and got approved by the Engineer in charge of the work before applying the next coat. Rates including necessary scaffoldings, jullas etc. Measurements shall be taken on Smt. basis as per ISI standard. Item No. 22 :: Conveyance charges of earth lime murrum, building rubblish, manuare, garbage, sludge, excavated rock, fly ash, aggregate of any kind including spreading and leveling etc complete All the surplus earth, dismantling debris etc shall be carried away immediately from the site of work to a place within a 5 km. distance as directed and shall be dressed as ordered by the Engineer, so as not to cause any in convenience to the public or traffic. Failing which in view of public as safety and traffic convenience the Corporation shall carry out the work by any other agency at the contractors risk and cost. If the instructions are not complied within 7 days from the date of order to cart the surplus materials and clear site, the said work shall be carried out by the Municipal Corporation at the risk and cost of the contractor and so claim or dispute entertained in this respect. Payment shall be done in cmt. basis

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Item No. 23 :: Excavation for foundation up to 1.5 mt. depth including sorting out and stacking of seful materails and disposing off the excavated stuff up to 50 Meter lead. General : Any soil which generally yields to the application of ackaxes and shoves, phawaras rakes or any such ordinary excavating implement or organic soil, gravel silt, sand turfloam, clay, peat etc., fall under this category Clearing the site :The site on which the structure is to be built shall be cleared and all obstructions, loose stone, materials and rubbish of all kind, bush, wood and trees shall be removed as directed. The materials so obtained shall be property of the Government and be conveyed and stacked as directed. within 50 M. lead. The roots of the trees coming in the sides shall be cut and coated with a hot asphalt. The rate of site clearance is deemed to be included in the rate of earth work for which no extra will be paid. Setting Out : After clearing the site, the center lines will be given by the Engineer-in-charge. The contractor shall assume full responsibility for alignment, elevation and dimension of each and all parts of the work. Contractor shall supply laborers, materials, etc. required for setting out the reference marks and bench marks and shall maintain them as long as required and directed. Excavation : The excavation in foundation shall be carried out in true line and level and shall have the width and depth as shown in the drawings or as directed. The contractor shall do the necessary shoring and shutting or providing necessary slopes to a safe angle, at his own-cost. The payment for such precautionary measures shall be paid separately if not specified. The bottom of the excavated area shall be 1 evened both longitudinally and transversely. as directed by removing and watering as required. No earth filling will be allowed for bringing it to level, if mistake or any other reason excavation is made. deeper or wider that shown on the plan or directed. The extra depth or width shall be made up with concrete of same proportion as specified for the foundation concrete at the cost of the contractor. The excavation up to 1.5 m. depth shall be measured under this item. Disposal of the excavated stud : The excavated stuff of the selected type shall be used in filling the trenches and plinth or leveling the ground in layer including ramming and watering etc. The balance of the excavated quantity shall be removed by the contractor from the site of work to a place as directed with lead upped 50 M. and all lift. Mode of measurement and payment : The measurement of excavation in trenches for foundation shall be made according to the sections of trenches shown on the drawing or as per sections given by the Engineer-in-charge. No payment shall be made for surplus excavation made in excess of above requirements or due to slopping and sloping back as found necessary on account of conditions of soil , and requirements of safety. The rate shall be for a unit of one cubic meter.

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Item No. 24 :: Protection work for excavated pits, for making connections, including necessary barry cating, lights, & other materials. etc. comp. as directed This item relates to providing nece. protection work for excavated portion/pit incl .providing nece. barracating roaps, sign board etc. comp. as directed. Contractor shall be responsible for any type of accident & any accident related police case

CONTRACTOR'S SIGNATURE & STAMP Mobile No.:-

ADDL. CITY ENGINEER


(New West Zone)

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AHMEDABAD MUNICIPAL CORPORATION ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT NEW WEST ZONE GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Name of Work :-Repairing of Overhead Water Tank in Sector - 6 in Nirnaynagar,Chandlodia ward The work shall be completed with 4 Months after the order to start the works. The details of reinforcement of R.C.C. work shall be as per design and instructions of City Engineer and his order will be considered final. The contractor shall have to maintain account of steel, cement and other materials that may be brought by him on site. This account shall be regularly maintained and kept open for inspection by Municipal Staff. Watering of all the items shall be as per instructions. Mixing of concrete shall be done by concrete mixer machine. Arrangements of binding vibrator for R.C.C. works if required shall have to be made by the contractor. The contractor shall be remain responsible for Workmens compensation if any when such case occurs. The contractor shall arrange formed iampasant night and fencing and pagi and shall be responsible for any damage of life and limb or property if any happen, during the execution of work. In case of dispute for unseen or overlooked items the decision of the city Engineer shall be final. The contractor shall have to give site clean of all rubbish on completion of work and have over the building with final finishing of the work as directed. All the rejected materials shall be removed from site within 24 hours by contractor at this rsk and cost. For mixing mortar either for masonry or for plaster or for any other purpose contractor shall have to prepare through of bigger size and mix the mortar in the required proportion. In on case he shall be allowed to mix the mortar either on floor or any finished surfaces. The contractor shall have to make his own arrangement for water required for the work and shall pay the water charges as per water meter. If any extra item crops up during the progress of work the same shall be carried out by the contractor and he shall be paid at the rate fixed by C.E. as per the rate analysis based on current market rates. If in the interest of the Corporation it is necessary to change either any site or the design of the propose work the contractor shall carry out the same at his quoted rates without charges any extra and the contractor will have to carry out the works and he will be paid at the rate quoted by him and no claim for extra for subsequent changes may be entertained. The cubical contents of the cement bag shall be taken as 1-20 cft. Per bag and the contractors shall have to prepare the measures boxes according to this measures. The R.C.C. or specified work shall not be done on Sunday and holiday excepting emergency or when technical requirements are such that continuity of work should be maintained and that to will be with prior. Permission of the competent authority.

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Retetion money at the rate of 2% shall be deducted from every running bill of the contractor and which will be paid at the time of final bill, for works costing less than Rs. 10-00 lakhs. Octroi exemption passes shall not be given for any materials required for the work. Contractor will be fully responsible for compliance of the various prevision under contract Act. 1970 and the Rules framed the to under. The tender for the work shall remain open for a period (90) days from the date of opening of the tenders for this work and that the tenderer shall not be allowed to withdraw on modify the offer on his own during the period. If any tenderer withdraw or makes any modifications (s) or addition (s) in the terms and conditions of his tender not acceptable to the Municipal Corporation the Municipal Corporation shall without prejudice to any right or remedy be at liberty to forfeit in full the said earnest money absolutely. As per Circular No. MCR 2176 (96) 2418 (ii) GHH dated 31-03-77 issued by Government of Gujarat contractors are requested to produce their quarry materials for construction work through legal sources. i.e. only form the quarry lease holders, permit holder or middle man who satisfies the contractor as to the legality of the source of purchase by him on these materials. If the work is not carried out within the specified time limit. (i.e. within 4 month from the date of order to start the work the penalty of Rs. 250.00 per day of delay shall be recovered from the immediate bills payable to the contractor. Contractor has to make his own arrangement for procurement of steel and cement. i) Conditional tender will not be accepted. ii) All tenders are to be submitted in duplicate without which the tenders are liable to be rejected. iii) In case of tender downloaded from website, tender fee & EMD should be submitted in form of demand draft or in cash. iv) Condition of form B1 Standard Specification of material & code of practice will be applicable. Form B1 & B2 can be is available in website.

CONTRACTOR'S SIGNATURE & STAMP Mobile No.:-

ADDL.CITY ENGINEER
(New West Zone)

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1. mbgbgto>t Jfoytuzoh ytgt <theFltk 10 rJm&e NY &guj dKJtbtk ytJNu. <&t 5% (vtka xft)juFu (vu ytuzoh, zebtLz z[tVx, auf y&Jt luNljtE cukf duhukxe) zevtuex Che fhthvt fhJtltu hnuNu. 2. Nh<e xuLzh MJefthJtbtk ytJNu lrn. 3. xuLzh Jujezexe 120 r>Jm M^ele hnuNu. 4. xuLzh MJefth, h> fh, ftulu ytv ylu fgt CtJ&e ytv <u ykdu zu.BGrl.frbNlheltu rlKog ytFhe hnuNu. 5. >huf ytExbltk MvuNeVefuNl ftuvtuohuNlltk bkswh &guj MvuNeVefuNl Bsc <&t ce-1 Vtubole Nh<tu Bsc hnuNu ylu zu.mexe yuLSlegheltu rlKog ytFhe hnuNu. Jtuxhd fhJtbtk lrn ytJu fu >hhtus J^thtltu zuche WvtzJtbtk lrn ytJu <tu ftuLx[tfxhltk Fauo ylu uFbu Jdh ltuxemu JtuxhdfhtJJtbtk <&t zuche WvtzJtbtk ytJNu ylu cejbtk&e hfb ftve juJtbtk ytJNu. 6. yufe JF<u yuf fh<tk J sgtytuyu ftbNY fhJtltu Jfoytuzoh bu <tu ftb yuf mt&u s yuf s c<tJuj sgtyu fhJwk vzNu. yuf ftb &tg vAe cesw ftb NY fheyu <uk atjNu lrn 7. xuLzh Ch<e JF<u yluoMxble ChJtle hnuNu. 8. ftb ytv<e JF<u su <u ftuLx[tfxhLk hSMx[uNl gtlbtk htFelu <ule bgto>tbtk ftb ytvJtbtk ytJNu. 9. at ftbu ftuEvK mrJom jtEllu LfNtl l &tg <u he<u ftb fhk vzNu, u ftuE mrJom jtEl lu LfNtl &Nu <tu <ule mkKo sJtcthe (lbtjle) ftuLx[tfxhle vtu<tle hnuNu. mtEx vh ftb hBgtl bswh fu sl<t lt ftuE btKmlt lbtjlu lwfNtl &tg <ule sJtcthe ftuLx[tfxhle hnuNu. vtujem Vhegt> &tg <tu <ule sJtc>the vK ftuLx[tfxhle hnuNu. CuFz ^me l vzu <ule sJtc>the vK vtujem Vhegt>btk ftuLx[tfxhle hnuNu. CuFz ^me l vzu <u btxu mjtb<elt vdjtk (suJt fu >tuhzwk ctk^ebsqh Ftztbtk W<thJt, mtuhd ylu Mx[xd fhJt rJduhu) je^t Jdh bsqhlu Ftztbtk W<thNu <tuftuLx[tfxh s vtujem Vhegt>btk sJtct>h hnuNu ylu BGrl.ftuvtuohuNlltu ftuEvK MxtV ytlt btx usJtc>th hnuNu lrn. ytxk mbSlu s xuLzh Chk. Btswhtultu rJbtu vK W<thtJJtu. 10. yt xuLzh su <u Jdolt btLg gte lt ftuLx[tfxhtu Che NfNu. dJobuLxlt btLg ftuLx[tfxhu y.BG.ftuvotu.btk btLg ftuLx[tfxhtu le gtebtk hSMxuNl fhtJJtLk hnuNu. 11. yt Wvhtk< y.BG.ftuvotu. lt slhj ftuLx[ufx fLzeNl ylu Vtubo ce- 1 le Nh<tu ck^lf<ot hnuNu. su BGrl.ftuvtuohuNl Juc mtEx www.egovamc.com Wvh Bfuj Au. 12. ftuLx[tfxh lu vubuLx - hldcej BGrl.ftuvotu.lt su <u at mbglt mhfGjh Bsc fhJtbtk ytJNu. 13. ftuEvK ftgtfeg jexeduNl ybtJt Nnuhle ftuxobtk hnuNu.

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14. M& vrhM&r< / sYhegt< Bsc ftb fhtJ<t xuLzhbtk sKtJuj fJtuLxexebtk J^ Dx &Nu <tu <u ykdu ftuLx[tfxh tht ftuEvK fthle J^thtle ltKtkfeg btkdKe fhe NfNu lrn. ylu ftb ytuAw &tg <tu ftuLx[tfxhle J<hle btkdKe MJefthJtbtk ytJNu lrn. 15. mtEx vh jtJJtbtk ytJuj btjmtbtl hesufx fhJtbtk ytJu <tu hk< r>l-15btk vh< jE sJtltu hnuNu. yLg&t ftuvtuohuNl tht <u hesufx btjltu rlftj fhe >uJtbtk ytJNu ylu <ule LfNtlele sJtc>the ftuLx[tfxhle hnuNu. 16. rczd ftble ytExbtu btxu - slhj xuflefj MvuNeVefuNl ytuV rczd Jfomle f Bsc yLmhJtltk hnuNu. Mt>h M<eft sht< f Mxtumo 20-ce, zeMx[ef Ntuvd, mufxh-21, dtk^eldh&e be hnuNu. <ubs BGrl.ftuvtuohuNlle Juc mtEx www.egovamc.com Wvh Bfuj Au. 17. bxehegj fu ce xuMxd hevtuxo ftuLxtfxhu vtu<tlt Fauo ftuvotuhuNl sKtJu <u sgtyu fhtJJtlt hnuNu. yt ykdultu mkKo Fao <&t Bgwrl.MxtVlu juctuhuxhe M^e <&t buLGVufahd sgt M^e jtJJt -jE sJtltu Fao vK ftuLx[tfxhu CtudJJtltu hnuNu. 18. juch yufx btKu hSMx[uNl ykdu ybj fhJtltu hnuNu <&t fuxjt juch jtJNtu <u vK sKtJJtLk hnuNu. juch yufx btKu ftgoJtne lrn &E ntug <tu <u btxu ftuLx[tfxh mkKovKu sJtc>th hnuNu. ylu <ulu vubuLx ytvJtbtk ytJNu lrn <ubs ct bswhtulu ftb Wvh htFe NftNu lrn. 19. btj su <u Mxtumo Wvh y&Jt mtEx Wvh jtuftulu lz<h l &tg <u he<u Malt Bsc W<thJtltu <ubs dtuXJJtltu hnuNu. 20. mumxut, ytufx[tug, mhatso, yLg xut fu yLg ftuE vK mhfthe fhJuht ChJtle sJtc>the ftuLx[tfxhle hnuNu. 21. u BG.yuLSleghd MxtV sKtJu <tu ftuLx[tfxhu at ftbu mtEx Wvh zeexj fubuht&e ftb at &gt vnujt, at ftbu <&t ftb Ko &gtltk Vtuxtud{tVm BGrl.yturVmbtk ytvJtltk hnuNu <u rmJtg ftbLk vubuLx fhJtbtk ytJNu lrn u MxtV Malt ytvu <tu fubuhtbtk&e ftuBGxhbtk Vtuxt x[tLmVh fhe ytvJtlt hnuNu. yt ykdu ftuE vK J^thtltu Fao ytvJtbtk ytJNu lrn. 22. ftuEvK fthKmh xuLzh h> fhJtbtk ytJu <tu ftuLx[tfxh <u ykdu ftuEvK fthltu n >tJtu fu J<hle btkdKe fhe NfNu lrn. yt Nh< MJeftgo ntug <ubKu s xuLzh Chk. 23. bxehegm suJt fu hu<e, #xtu, mebuLx, vtEv, rJduhu MxtLzzo bxehegm MvuNeVefuNl btKult jtJJtlt hnuNu. sgtk ftuE atuFJx l &E ntug gtk ytE.yum.ftuz btKu bxehegm jtJJtLk <&t xuMxd fhtJJtLk hnuNu. <ubs ftuLx[tfxhu muBvj yuwz fhtgt ct> ftb NY fhtJJtLk hnuNu. 24. su ftuLx[tfxh vtmu bswhtultu rJbtu, ydtW&e W<htgtu ntug <ublu t^tLg ftb ytvJtLk ytve NfNu. 25. yt xuLzhbtk u ftuE ytExb hne dE ntug <tu <u at yum.ytu.yth.btk&e juJtbtk ytJNu ylu u yum.ytu.yth.btk ytExb l ntug <tu btfuox huEx&e huEx yultjemem fhe su CtJ Ft<t <hV&e ytvu <u ftuLx[tfxhu juJtltu hnuNu. yt mbSlu s xuLzh ChJtLk hnuNu. ftuLx[tfxhle btkdKe Bsc CtJ bNu lrn.

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26. at ftb >hBgtl tuxufNlle mkKo sJtc>the ftuLx[tfxhle hnuNu subtk vevzt, >tuhzt, CgMaf ctuzo, jtMxef ve, rJ. ftuLx[tfxhu jtJJtLk ylu mtaJJtLk hnuNu. ylu ftuEvK yfMbt< &Nu <tu <ule mkKo sJtc>the ftuLx[tfxhle hnuNu. 27. bsqhtu fu htn>theytulu ftuEvK fthltu yfMbt< &tg <tu <ule vtujem ftgoJtnele fu juch yufx bwscle ftgoJtnele sJtc>the yb.BGrl.ftuvtuo.lt fboatheytule ftuEvK he<u hnuNu lrn.btt ftuLx[tfxh s yt btxu sJtc>th hnuNu. bswhtulu dbx, nubux nt&ltk btu rJduhu ftuLx[tfxhu VhSgt< ytvJtltk hnuNu. bswhtu <&t MvhJtE fu Bft>bltu rJbtu vK W<thJtltu VhSgt< hnuNu. juch yufx Bsc ltuk^Ke fhtJe <ult rlgbtuLk vtjl fhJt ftuLx[tfxh ck^tguj hnNu. ct bswhtu htFe NftNu lrn.ftuLx[tfxhu juch hSMxh htFJtLk hnuNu. 28. MxtV Malt ytvu <tu mtEx Wvh zuEje tud{um hSMxh ftuLx[tfxhu htFJtLk hnuNu. >hhtus ytme.mexe yuLSleghele <ubtk mne juJtle hnuNu, <ubtk >hhtus ftb fh<t bswhtule mkgt, fhuj ftbdehe <&tyr^ftheytuyu ftb M^thJt fu tud{um J^thJt ltuk^ fhuj ntug <tu <uLk ftuBjtgLm ytvJtLk hnuNu ytJeltuk^ltk sJtc l &gu fu <u btKu M& Wvh ybj l &gu ftuLx[tfxhlu >hhtus Yt.250.00 juFu vulxe fhJtle mtt yuze.mexe yuLSleghelu hnuNu <u ykdu ftuLx[tfxh ftuE Jtk^tu jE NfNu lrn. 29. ftuE fthKmh u ftuLx[tfxhlu ftb l ytve Nftg <tu <u ykdu ftulx[xfxh ftuEvK fthltu LfNtle- J<hltu n >tJtu fhe NfNu lrn fu ftg>tfeg ftgoJtne yt ykdu &E NfNu lrn. xuLzh bkswh &gtltu y&o ftb ytve s >uJtLk Au <uJtu &E NfNu lrn. 30. rlg< mbgbgto>tbtk ftb Y l &gu r<r>l Yt.250.00 (cMmtu vatm) vulxe BGrl.ftuvtuohuNllu fJJtle hnuNu. 31. htsg / fuL mhfthelt JF<tuJF<lt ftg>t Bsc su ftuE hfble fvt< fhJtle &Nu <u bwsc ftuLx[tfxlt cejbtk&e fvt< fhJtbtk ytJNu. 32. juch JuVuh Vkz btxu ntjbtk htsg mhftheyu fhuj nwfb Bsc 1% (yuf xft) hfb cejbtk&e ftve juJtbtk ytJNu. 33. bxehegj xuMxdltu FhuFh &guj Fao ftuLx[tfxhe vtmu&e JMj fhJtbtk ytJNu. 34. ytuVh y&Jt xuLzhbtk >NtoJuj ytExbltu s&tu mkCrJ< s&tu Au subtk at ftb >hBgtl VuhVth &Jtle N<t hnuje Au. Wvhtuf< Nh<tu <&t rlgbtu buk ftSJof Jtkauj Au ylu blu fj bksqh Au.

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