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Bid Document for NIKORA RWSS Turnkey contract including time specified Operation & Maintenance
Volume – IV WATER TREATMENT PLANT
Name of Circle: Superintending Engineer Public Health Circle, Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board Jal Bhavan, Adajan Water Tank, Surat Phone no. 0261 – 2786265 / 2786115 Fax: 0261- 2787975 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Name of Division: Executive Engineer, Public Health Works Division, Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Brd 2nd Floor, Amardeep Complex, Falshruti Nagar, Statation Road, Bharuch Phone no. 02642 – 265560 / 265581 E-Mail: email@example.com
GUJARAT WATER SUPPLY AND SEWERAGE BOARD GANDHINAGAR
NIKORA REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY SCHEME Taluka – Bharuch, District – Bharuch
Issued to M/s
Divisional Accountant P.H.Works Dn., GWSSB, BHARUCH
GUJARAT WATER SUPPLY AND SEWERAGE BOARD GANDHINAGAR
NIKORA REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY SCHEME Taluka – BHARUCH, District – BHARUCH
Sr.No. Description 1. Data Sheet 2. Schedule of Payment 3. Specification for Water Treatment Plant Page No. 4 15 28
(5) (6) (7) (i) AERATOR CUM INLET CHAMBER (Existing) Type Circular Type Cascade aerator (ii) Space required 0. 1:2 inside of water retaining Structure. of proposed H/W site … F. Design flow Rising Main As per Design 457.L. Scheme based on Nand Intake Well Narmada River.R. 25. It is planned to construct 9.working) under Nikora Regional W. for receiving treated water U.61 Mt.R.61 Mt.G.L.L. NIKORA RWSS Page 4 .0 MLD filtration plant.FILTER PLANT AT NAND HEAD WORK SITE AT VILLAGE NAND DATA SHEET Detailed parameters requirement for the work of 9.L. (1) (2) (3) (4) G. Sump Water retaining structure should be in M-300 20 mm thick waterproof plaster in C. 25. One is in the present scope of work.S.02 m2/m3/hr (iii) No.00 MLD filter plant (22 hrs.00 M3/ hr (v) Detention period 1 Minute (vi) RL of top of aerator 35. And all water containing structure in M-300. pipes.3 mm thick-200 Mts length included.00 mm dia MS Pipe 6.M.71 mt (vii) Inlet connection : Inlet connection of 457 mm dia M. of Steps 5 (iv) Design flow 375.S.S.
FLASH MIXER Design flow Detention time Shape Shaft speed Tank height to dia ratio Usual ratio of Impeller dia to tank dia Velocity gradient Power requirement Open at top As per Design 45 Seconds Circular with bottom hopper. Design flow As per Design (b) F. (min) Type Parshall flume Rate of flow indicator 0 to 1000 m3/hr.C.VELOCITY LENGTH WIDTH. -- (10) CI / MS PIPE LINE FROM FLASH MIXER TO CENTRAL COLUMN OF THE CLARIFLOCCULATOR INCLUDING NECESSARY VALVES AND OTHER APPURTENANCE ENCASED IN C. 100 rpm.) Velocity 0. (min. NIKORA RWSS Page 5 . FLUSH MIXTURE CLERIFLOCULATOR DESIGN & DATA SUBMIT BY EMPLOYERS OWN DESIGN & WHICH APPROVED BY GWSSB. 1:1 to 3:1 0. INCLUDING ALL THE DATA LIKE DESIGN FLOW -FB. 0.(8) (a) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (9) (a) (b) (c) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) RAW WATER CHANNEL WITH FLOW MEASURING DEVICES PARSHALL FLUME AND FLOAT CHAMBER BETWEEN INLET CHAMBER AND FLASH MIXER.0 m/sec.40 400S-1 1 to 3 watts/m3/hr.20 to 0.B.) Width 1 mts. (d) Class CILA class/ MS pipe to be encased in M150 (11) CLARIFLOCCULATOR 300 M3/Hr CAPACITY WITH ALLOWANCE OF SLUDGE .1 NO.6 mt/sec.M.150.3 mts. (min. Length 15 mts. (a) Design flow As per Design (c) Velocity 1.
CLARIFLOCULATOR: (a) Central Shaft: (i) Velocity of flow (b) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Flocculation Zone: Detention time Depth tank Velocity of flow Total area of paddles
(v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (c) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi)
Range of Peripheral velocity of paddles Velocity Gradient Range of GT Free Board Clarifier Zone: Outlet Velocity from flocculator Detention time Surface loading Weir loading Working Depth of Clarifier Bottom Slope Velocity of scraper Extra depth for sludge collections at Partition wall Scraper Velocity Free Board
30 minutes 3.0 to 4.0 mt. 0.20 to 0.40 m/sec. 15 to 25% Cross Sectional area of the tanks. 0.3 to 0.4 m/sec 10 to 75 Sec-1 104 to 105 0.30 mt.
0.2 to 0.3 m/sec. 2 hours 30 m3/ m2/day 100-300m3/m/day 22 Hours 3 to 4 mt. 1:10 < 0.30 m/min 15 to 25% One revolution in 60 minutes normally. 0.30 mt.
NOTE: (a) Settling tank should be capable of giving settled water having turbidity not exceeding 20 NTU (Monsoon Season) and preferably less than 10 NTU. (b) Circular Clarifloculator up to 30 m to 40 m dia is to reduce wind effect. (c) Sludge disposal line CI should be provided from the Clarifloculator to sludge chamber, the minimum size of Chamber should be (1 Mt. x 1 Mt.) (d) If launder provided inside the Clarifloculator, the area of launder should be added in finding out total area of Clarifloculator. (e) Details of wheel assembly and steel rails should be given. (f) Wall between clarifier and flocculator should be in RCC only (partition wall)
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1.0 mts. Wide walkway having 3 rows of 25 mm dia GI pipe railing secured in 75 mm wide M.S. flat placed at 2.5 mt. c/c @ outer wall.
(12) SLUDGE LINE FROM SLUDGE CHAMBER TO NATURAL DRAIN INCLUDING NECESSARY CHAMBER & OTHER APPARANTICES. (a) Type RCC NP2 class pipe or RCC channel of required size covered with precast slab (b) Length 100 mts (c) Velocity 0.75 m/sec (minimum) (13) (a) (c) (d) RCC CHANNEL FROM CLARIFLOCULATOR TO FILTER PLANT. Design flow As per Design Velocity 1.9 mt/sec Free board 0.30 mts.
(14) COMPLETE FILTER PLANT OF RAPID SAND FILTER (DECLINING RATE TYPE) WITHOUT WASH WATER RECIRCULATION WORKS WITH FILTERED WATER GALLERY FOR 330 M3/HR PLUS CAPACITY INCLUDING ALL CONTROLLING DEVICES. (a) Rate of filtration 4.8 M3/m2/hr (b) Length width ratio of bed 1.2 - 1.33 preferred (c) Gravel bed 0.50 m (Minimum) (d) Sand depth 0.70 m (Minimum) (e) Filter box depth 3.3 to 3.5 meter with Free board (f) Filter bed Unit Each bed to have two units and each unit should have area between 20 to 30 M2 (g) Back wash rate 36 m3/hr (600 Lpm/M2 /Min for a period of 10 minutes (h) Air scour rate 45 to 50 m3/hr for a period of 5 minutes at pressure of 0.35 kg/cm2 (i) Velocity in wash water main from OHT 2 M/sec. (j) Inlet/ outlet of Filter Inlet outlet shall be designed to permit 100% overload for emergency occasions. (k) Under drain system
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(i) (ii) (iii) (l) (m)
Ratio of total area of orifice to the entire filter area Ratio of total area of laterals to total area of orifice Ratio of total area of manifold to total area of laterals. Filter water turbidity Minimum water depth on sand
0.3 % 2 1.5 to 2 Not more than 1 NTU. (Maximum) 1.0 mt.
(15) CHEMICAL HOUSE LABORATORY & ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING WITH 750 M2 AREA ON G.F. & 60 M2 AREA OF FIRST FLOOR WITH ALUM DOSING TANKS AND DOSING DEVICES AND WASH WATER TANK OF 1,50,000 LIT CAPACITY OVER CHEMICAL HOUSE. (a) Depth of Alum dosing tank shall be between 2.0 to 2.50 mts. (b) Pre chlorination by pressure feed & post chlorination by gravity feed type chlorinators shall be done. (c) Area of chemicals house and chlorine storeroom should be as under and separately. 1) Chemical House Ground Floor 75 M2 First Floor 60 M2 Total 135 M2 2) Chlorine store room 60 M2 (d) Overhead hoist and crane gantry of 3.0 M.T. capacities should be given in chlorine storeroom & chemical house each. (16) WASHED WATER CI / MS PIPE LINE FROM FILTER TO SLUDGE CHAMBER INCLUDING NECESSARY VALVES AND OTHER APPARTENCES TO BE ENCASED IN M-150. (a) Backwash Rate 36 m3/hr. (600 LPM/m2) for period of 10 min. (b) Velocity 2.0 mt/sec (c) Over loading 100 % (d) CI / MS pipeline As per I.S. (17) PURE WATER CI / MS PIPELINE FROM FILTER HOUSE TO CLEAR WATER SUMP. (a) Only CI / MS pipeline should be provided (channel is not acceptable) (b) Design flow As per Design (c) Velocity 1.3 mt/sec. (d) CI / MS Pipeline As per I.S.
50. Additional ventilator should be provided at floor level. (g) Back wash pumping machinery Necessary and suitable pumping machinery to fill water in back wash water tank from the pure water sump including all piping. of required capacity for back washing of filtration bed including necessary extra sluice valve & other appetencies. comp.0 mt/sec. capacity 3 MT capacity H O T gentry etc.000 lit shall be provided on top of chemical house or at suitable place for back wash of filter beds. (a) Back wash rate 36 m3/hr (600 LPM/m2) for a period minutes. (b) Velocity 2. (19) Back wash water CI /MS pipe line of suitable size from E.S. doors windows with anti corrosive primer coat & three coat of oil paint and 3.S.(18) By passing arrangements from Clarifloculator to clear water sump and from inlet chamber to filter should be provided invariable as per pre bid amendment. (c) Dia As per design (d) Type and thickness of pipe CI /MS pipe line (e) Length As required (f) Wash water tank for back wash A wash water tank of capacity 1.0 T capacity HOT gantry etc. (20) (a) A separate chlorine store room 10 * 18 with necessary required arrangement like platform type weighting scale having 2000 kgs. should be provided.R. valves and electrical and mechanical works with 50 % stand -bye machinery. (b) Area of chlorine room Specified in the volume of specification. NIKORA RWSS Page 9 . (c) Type of construction RCC frame structure and partition wall in brick masonry with CM 1:6 with necessary M.
24.e. All these materials shall be go of approved from the Engineer in charge before it is procured and used on the work. (24) Electrical Works: 24. shall be standard type and of reputed make with ISI mark. 24. (23) Mechanical equipments All mechanical equipment should be provided as per NIT. 24.9 Item wise requirement shall be as under: NIKORA RWSS Page 10 .5 All Safety measures shall be adopted for all the installations as per the Indian electricity rules.4 All electrical work shall be got approved tested and certified from the electrical inspector of Government. i.(21) Contractor shall have an option to give the material / equipments out of vendor list as per his choice subject to approval of Engineer in charge. 24. (22) List of GWSSB approved vendors is given in Volume I i.e.2 All the internal and external Electrical Installation shall be carried out as per Indian Electricity Rules 1956 and subsequent amendments made to it from time to time.7 For electrical work scope of work shall starts from the outlets of transformer. which are not mentioned in vender list. 24. and for this aluminum contractor should provide armoured PVC cable of suitable size. providing adequate i.3 The work shall be carried out through a licensed electrical contractor registered with the state Government.1 All electrical works from the outlets of transformer and up to the power control center and motor control (2 Nos) Should be carried out as per the scope of the work given in the NIT / Amendments.8 Approximately route length between chemical house and GEB transformers shall be maximum 200 mts. 24. 24. providing proper insulation’s etc. 24.e.6 All the materials used for electrical installations. Post Qualification bid in Annexure X.
(2) (3) For motor from 7. 2 X 3 core X 10 mm2 aluminum conductor.P. 24.4 CABLES The size of cables shall be as under.P. 2 X 3 core X 25 mm2 aluminum conductor. autotransformer starter shall be provided. sub panel should be provided as under. (b) Sub.5 to 10 H.P. For motor from 15 to 20 H.P.P.5 mm2 copper conductor 2 X 3 core X 6 mm2 aluminum conductor. 24.5 mm2 copper conductor.24.9. 2 X 3 core X 16 mm2 aluminum conductor.3 Panel Board: I No. (4) (5) (6) For motor from 30 to 40 H. 3 core X 1. For motor 50 HP Control cables for push button station. to 20 H.2 Direct on line starters for motors up to 5 H.P. (1) For motor up to 5 H. and star delta starters of 5 H.9.1 Motors: All the prime mover required for mechanical equipment’s of water treatment plants would be of suitable HP 3 phase and TEFC type induction motor working on 400/400 volts 50 cycles 1440 RPM and class of Installation ISS make. Main panel board and 6 Nos. Panel board Designed 1) For blower room 2) For waste water pump 3) For Clarifloculator 4) For flash mixer 5) For alum mixing mechanism 6) For PM fitting wash water 24.P.9. (a) Main distribution Board for The panel board shall be the complete electrical load designed of treatment works.9. NIKORA RWSS Page 11 . 3 core X 2.
b) External (i) All external wiring will be done by using cable of suitable section. Elbows inspection and Distribution covers. bends.5 sq.5 m. Tees. It shall be mounted with two ball suspension places neat flush with ceiling. cut out. shall be provided. PVC Aluminum insulated and PVC sheathed aluminum wire shall be provided in a M. It shall be mounted in zigzag pattern on walls. conduit pipes and all necessary conduits specials e. block. mm.S. starters and polyester heavy duty choke.5 WIRING (a) Internal: Point wiring with 2-1. where suspension type is not NIKORA RWSS Page 12 . pit watts tube.g. aluminum armoured cable suitable erected with necessary screened sand column of 15 X 15 cm and cable placed exactly at center of the sand column and brick placed at both sides and of the sand column as per I. long and suitably bent at top as per standard practice and of suitable sectional lengths.E. 2 core. Cross.9.6 X 1. conduits shall be painted with 2 coats of anticorrosive black paint M.W. The erection of pole shall include excavation with 0. rules.5 mts.S. (ii) Poles: The poles for streetlight shall be of GI heavy duty swaged welded pole and of 100 X 75 X 50 mm dia 5. ceiling rose. at places as directed. Suitable cable and cable boxes glands shall be provided. The M. with all its accessories e. etc. with decorative cover completely wired up to with holders erected on T.S. conduit of 16 gauge and 25nun dia with continuous GI earth wire of 14 gauge complete with shock proof accessories erected on polished TW block.25.6 X 0.g.
All necessary fixtures with necessary GI light post.6 EARTHING: Earthing for electrical installations both internal and external. nun 2 core aluminum armoured cable shall be used with all necessary fixtures e. The poles shall be spaced at a distance not more than 30 meters from center to center. plinth. salt. screws. (iii) External (For plant lighting) Weather proof neat water proof street light industrial type fluorescent for single 1. 25. nut and bolts. Painting: All the poles shall be nicely painted with one coat of Red oxide and 2 coats of superior quality of anticorrosive silver paint.9. polyester heavy-duty choke and lock type holders. Sufficient number of NIKORA RWSS Page 13 . Glands.2 m X 40 watt. the cable of 1. Suitable earthing shall be provided to the poles. shall be used as per Indian Electricity Rules. For illumination bridge of Clarifloculator. etc. erected in a decorative manner on poles.7 SWITCH BOARDS WITH SWITCHES FOR BUILDING WIRING: Piano type switches and 3-pin plug shall be provided and property fixed on polished TW block of suitable size with sun mica top.possible but exclusively as per directions of the Engineer-in-charge for plant lighting. The earthing wires shall run along conduits up to plug points and as per he direction of Engineer-in-charge.9.5 sq. Clamps etc.2 meters (4 ft. clamps. Tube starter. including panel boards and motors with adequate capacity of GI wire of suitable gauge shall be provided at all suitable places and all earthing stations shall be inter connected so as to ensure maximum safety and GI plate charcoal.) tube consisting of cast aluminum body finished in silver gray enamel and MS sheet flat reflector in whites tore enameled complete with one piece molded plastic cover enclosed in metallic frame with rubber lining and lateness complete with 1. The fluorescent light on street shall be spaced not more than 30 meters center to center deep and embedded in cement concrete foundation 1:3:6 ratio with 40 cms. insulators with kit Kat fuse unit of suitable capacity shall be provided.g. 25.
B.H.such switchboards for operation convenience shall be provided with indications of fans. including filterbed wash water tank.8 WATER PROOF PLASTERING (EPOXY) : All waterproof retaining structures should be coated with waterproof epoxy paint after completion of waterproof cement plaster. light.W. Works Division. NIKORA RWSS Page 14 .S. As per IS code. 25. Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. etc. SURAT.S. clear water channels.. G.9.
NIKORA RWSS Page 15 . For the items not included in this list and required for the project the contractor shall invariably get the name of sub vendors approved from the engineers in charge before placement of sub orders. They shall invariably mention in their covering letter with evidences of running of factory and performance of equipment item installed so far. If the quoting agency them shelf are manufacturer of particular item.ANNEXURE-1 VENDOR LIST FOR EQUIPMENTS/INSTRUMENTS The vendor list given in Annexure X of Volume I is the general vendor list for various equipment's to be followed for this project. The bidders should mention the make of particular equipment in the data sheets submitted in the offer word "Equipment” shall not be used.
The following paragraph therefore indicates salient features of the Umra Regional Water Supply Scheme based on KRBC for approach and methodology for designs.Velocity in the Raw water channel.S.20 MLD considering 22 hours working the capacity shall be 300.00 m3/hour 44.R. . The design parameters for different units would be as under.3. which has to be kept in mind while framing design.L.L.3. 1. Proposed .Dia of inlet pipe : : : 1 Min for ultimate flow of 330.2 RAW WATER CHANNEL WITH DIGITAL FLOW MEASURING DEVICE AND MIXING ARRANGEMENT . after careful study and detailed investigation.45 mt.1 OWNER’S CONCEPTS OF WORK: The tender for water treatment plant is invited based on contractor’s own design.Length of Channel.L. scheme at Main head work site will have capacity of 7.Detention time .3 THE WATER TREATMENT PLANT: The treatment plant to Umra Regional W.00 M3/hr. of channel : : : Not more than 0. 1.1 INLET CHAMBER CUM CASCADE TYPE AERATOR .SECTION – I SPECIFICATION FOR WATER TREATMENT PLANT 1. W/S scheme will cover 23 villages. The treatment plant is to be located at UMRA headwork site.R. it has been felt that the surface water of KRBC is only the feasible source for this water Supply Scheme. As per design 1. 1. It is decided to utilize surface water of KRBC as source of water supply of this Regional scheme. It is necessary to know for the intending bidder what is the owner’s concept of work.G. .60 m/sec 10 to 15 mts As per design NIKORA RWSS Page 16 .2 THE SOURCE: This UMRA Reg.
3.3.1. Velocity of flow 3. Alum blocks would be stored on Ground floor and alum will be lifted by a manually operated chain pulley block. As per tenderer’s design. Alum dose No. of tanks with 5% concentration : Dimensions of each tank : 1. Detention time 2. 2. of Tanks : : 30 mg/liters (average) 2 (Two) As per design provided 2 No. Surface loading 30 M3/M2/day 3. Vol. The alum solution shall be administrated upstream of the flash mix through a constant head tank and digital flow meter shall be provided near the outlet of constant head alum tanks. Through mixing will be ensured by mechanical mixers. Water for the solution will be obtained from proposed overhead tank to be constructed for back washing located near the filtration plant. Weir loading 100 to 300 M3 /mt/day 4.20 to 0. Bottom slope 1:10to 1:12 NIKORA RWSS Page 17 .Total area of paddle 30 Minutes 0. Clarifier: It shall be on outer periphery of flocculator and shall have parameters as below: 1. The tank are to be installed in chemical house on first floor. CLARIFLOCCULATOR: A. Detention Time 2 hrs.40 mt/sec 15 to 25 % of gross cross sectional area B. The alum solution thus prepared will be fed through a float operated constant head tank just upstream of the flash mixers. The mixing will be done mechanically by flash mixing devices.3 ALUM DOSING TANKS: Alum solution will be prepared in alum tanks located on the first floor of chemical house.4. Flocculator: It shall be centrally feed and shall have mechanical flocculation device. tanks with 12 hours capacity. and shall have parameters as below: 1.
variable declining rate filters are preferred over conventional rapid sand filters with constant rate of flow. for a period of 5 minutes at 0. Singal pump should feel wash water tank in 8 hours. These outlet controls are a constant cause of trouble line filter operation and hence the declining rate filters are preferred. The filter water under drainage system is made up of main central MS pipe with connecting laterals.1. Rate of filtration Back wash rate Air scour rate : : : 4.000 lit should be provided on top of chemical house or at suitable place for back wash of filter beds.I Pipeline As per design CI pipe with branches. : Dia of Air scour Main : Arrangement for wash water tank : Bye Pass : NIKORA RWSS .3.bye pumps. For back wash purpose air scouring is envisaged. A wash water tank of capacity 1. Necessary suitable pumping machinery should also be provided to fill water in back wash water tank from the pure water channel including all piping. Provide bye .S. As per design C. The problem with the filter is rate of flow controllers. valves and electrical and mechanical works with 100 % stand .5 FILTERS: In view of its performance and case of operation and maintenance.R. Necessary CI pipe from filter bed to clear water sump shall be Page 18 Dia of wash water main from E.50.pass arrangements for Raw Water and settled water.35 kg/cm2 pressure. 45 m/hr. to 50 m/hr. By pass for filter shall be provided by CI pipeline.8 m3/hr/m2 30 m3/hr (600 LPM/m2) for a period of 10 minutes. Back wash water is to be obtained from suitable capacity and height located in campus area for back washing purpose.
B = width of trough in m. The standard rate of filtration shall be adopted: 4. of basis 2. Beds are provided in even numbers only minimum No. The minimum filter box depth shall be between 3. 2N = Q/4.2 to 1.8 m3/m2/hr. Area of laterals : 2 x Area of orifices Area of Manifold : 1. B = Break through index 4 x 10 – 4 to 6 x 10-3 to 9-3 to 9 (Assume 4 x 10-4) The free board shall be at least 30 cms. The layer of sand is usually 70 cms. The entire area of filtration bed may be normally sub divided into smaller units each having individual area of about 20 to 30 m2. (Od3h) L = B x 29323 Q = m3 /m2 /hr D = sand size in mm L = Depth of bed in m H = Terminal loss of head in m.3% filter bed area. for about 5 minutes. In the design of under drain system following criteria shall be adopted. Area of orifices : 0.33 to economize the under drain system. The depth of water over sand top shall be about 1m (without free board) For free falling rectangular through the discharge capacity Q in m3/s may be computed from the formula Q = 1.5 M including free board. The number of filter beds may be calculated on the basis of following empirical formula. The location of filtered water sump is shown in map. to 50 m3/hr.provided up to clear water U/G sump and dia shall be as per design. of beds Q = Rate for filtration in m3/hr. Air scour rate : 45 m/hr.69 NIKORA RWSS Page 19 .376 bh3/2 Q = Flow in m3/sec. The length / width ratio of the bed shall be 1. N = no. Sufficient residual head of filtered water sump should be available as per CPHEEO manual.3 M to 3. h = Water depth in m.2 x Area of laterals.5 + 0.
For post chlorination and 5 mg/lt. Adequate storage capacity will be provided for storing Tonner (excluding bottles in use) chlorine cylinders at one place and chlorine tonner shall be provided by the contractor after all type of testing required for storage of chlorine gas. (h) Wearing loss shall not exceed 3%. (b) Effective size shall be 0.S. Necessary back wash arrangement from proposed overhead tank shall be done to maintain 10 to 12 m water column pressure above the under drains lines with provision of sluice valve and throttling valve as per the requirement. As the disaffection is of prime importance 100% standby is provided for pre and post chlorination. (e) Soluble fraction in hydrochloric acid shall not 5% weight. (g) Specific gravity shall be in the range between 2. (a) Sand shall be of hard and resistant Quartz or quartzite and free of clay fine particles soft grains and dirt of every description. The inlet and outlet control arrangement to RSF shall be designed to permit 100% over load for emergency occasion.70 mm.45 to 0. (c) Ignition loss should not exceed 0. NIKORA RWSS Page 20 .7 percent by weight.3. (f) Silica content should be not less than 90%.55 to 2.The perforations vary from 5 to 12 mm. Manifold lines shall be of M. pipe. Shape.6 DISINFECFTION: Both pre and post chlorinating pressure feed type and gravity feed type respectively is recommended to achieve standards of residual chlorine in the treated water.7 nor less than 1. (d) Uniformity coefficient shall not be more than 1. IS : 8419 (part-I) 1977 entitled filtration media sand and gravel may be referred for details. In diameter and should be staggered at a slight angle to the vertical axis of pipe. For prechlorination.65. size and quality of filter sand shall satisfy the following norms.3. 1. The dose required is 3 mg/lt. The laterals shall be of PVC pipe of suitable size and 10kg/cm2 pressure.
3.7 CHEMICAL HOUSE & ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING: A ground plus one-story structure adjoining to filter house is proposed to provide store areas for storing. All connecting under ground lines are to be designed with 100% over loading. Page 21 (iv) By pass to filter : (v) Back wash water main from back wash tank to filter : NIKORA RWSS . Chemicals. A separate provision for storage of chlorine cylinder having 30-m2 areas with facility of 3 MT gantry girder with chain pulley block system shall be made. office laboratory toilet block and control panel from having construction area of 100 m2 for ground floor and 75 m2 for first floor and 180 m2 for store. chlorine cylinders. As per design suitable size of CI pipe As per design suitable size of CI pipe. chlorinators. cleaning of all water carrying structure it is proposed to provide by passes as under: Bye pass to Clarifloculator : As per design. 1.9 PIPE LINE: The design criteria for all pipe lines is as under: (i) Pipeline from inlet chamber to clear water sump as a direct by pass with 300.00 m3/hr capacity with necessary valves and chamber. : (ii) Pure water pipe line from filter house and to pure water sump. CI pipes. Separate system for carrying water from latrine and toilet is provided with disposal in septic tanks with absorption trench. As per design CI pipe As per design suitable size of CI Pipe with sluice valve and throttling valve requirements.1. 1. : (iii) By pass to Clarifloculator : As per design in CI pipe. Adequate valves/gates shall be provided to operate the by passes.3. For 10 persons requirement septic tank shall be provided as per its latest ISS.3. Bye pass to Filter : As per design. alum dosing tanks.8 BYE PASS AND OTHER ANCILLARY WORKS: To enable maintenance. CI pipes.
length one number from inlet chamber to flash mixer. clarified that except for filters. 1. For drives above 7. In case of filters to cater for high rate filtration at a later date. all conveyance pipes channels are to be designed for 120% of design discharge. operation of all motors in treatment works is provided in chemical house. Civil works. 4) Inlet chamber of 1-minute storage capacity of 600. It is. From the main control center 3-phase 415 volts supply shall be made available to the drive through armored Aluminum conductor PVC cables of adequate rating. NIKORA RWSS Page 22 . operation. a structure is to be constructed by agency at the location shown. the pipes channels under drainage system etc. The meter control centers would house the starting / stopping equipment and indicating instruments.50 HP and below 20 HP> star delta starters shall be used.10 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS: Main control center for controlling. erection and commissioning of all mechanical and electrical equipment for – 1) Stilling Chamber : 3 2) Raw water channel 600. pipe of required length below concrete bedding up to chamber with valve.50 HP DOL. For back wash water.00 m /hr 3) CI pipeline from inlet chamber to the clear water sump as a direct by pass with 300. :As per design CI. starter shall be used.4 HYDRAULIC CAPACITY OF WORKS: The design flow is 300.(vi) Disposal of wash water in to natural drain. to be designed for 100% overload for emergency occasion. From final disposal chamber to natural drain suitable size RCC NP2 pipe of 100 mt. The internal electrical point wiring shall be concealed in PVC conduits. the drives locally. suitable control and interlocking facilities shall be provided with local push button (ON-OFF) station for controlling.00-m3/hr carrying including necessary valves and necessary appetencies.3. 1. For drives up to 7. the scope of the works shall include supply delivery.00 m3/hours adequate free boards are required to be provided to enable 20% overloading of the plant. length to be provided and laid.00 m3/hr 5) Raw water channel with flow measuring devices and partial flume minimum 15m. The chlorination room has weather proof and corrosion proof lighting fittings. Tenderers are requested to note that the plant is to be designed for 22 hrs.
mechanical. 19) Only duly inspected and accepted and certified material shall be brought on site. 14) Bypass line – from Clarifloculator by pass CI pipeline of required size to enable maintenance and clearing of Clarifloculator also filter by pass line of required size including necessary valves and other required appetencies. Detention period of clarifier – 2 hours and 30 minutes. electrical and laboratory construction and erection of all equipment. The completion test shall be taken for design flow. 13) Pure water CI pipeline from filter house to the clear water sump including necessary valves and other required appetencies. 9) RCC channel from Clarifloculator to filter plant. CI pipeline from flash mixer to the Clarifloculator including necessary valves and other appetencies. Chemist. 15) Back wash water CI pipeline from suitable size from proposed structure to filtration bed including necessary sluice valve and throttling valves. Sludge drainpipe should be RCC NP2 pipe. Inspection charges will be reimbursed as per rate contract for accepted work by the department. machinery and electrical and mechanical equipment’s which requires for this work shall be inspected and certified by third party inspection authority as decided by GWSSB. for the maintenance and repairs and renovation. unskilled labors etc. instruction and advise testing of raw water and treated water quality during the maintenance period on basis of 22 hours operation and maintenance for a period 24 months. 21) The contractor shall employ the required Engineer. 20) The trial run – operation of the plant under actual working condition will be from the date of completion of all civil. 18) All pipes. 12) Wash water CI pipeline from filter to Sludge Chamber including necessary valves and other apparatencies. 10) Complete filter plant of rapid sand filter (declined rate filter) including all controlling devices. Also RCC NP2 pipeline from sludge chamber to the natural drain minimum 100 M length including necessary valve and other appetencies and chamber. Technical staff skilled labors.Flash mixing chambers 1 No. 11) Chemical house and administrative building with 100 m2 area of Ground floor 75 m2 area of first floor with alum dosing tank and dosing devices. valves. 17) All pipes shall be provided as per relevant IS standard with flanged end except sludge drainpipe. 16) All materials should be provided as per relevant IS standard. 6) 7) NIKORA RWSS Page 23 . 8) Clarifloculator with sludge by pass arrangement up to sludge chamber.
35(mg/l) 20. & chemicals such as alum and chlorine gas etc. it is expected that such quantities may not prevail at other times particularly during the monsoon. The quality of water from KRBC was analyzed and found good.20 to 0.80 to 33.50 124 to 216 (mg/l) 120 to 168 (mg/l) 20 to 52 (mg/l) 8 to 16(mg/l) Nil (mg/l) 0.6 RAW WATER QUALITY: The KRBC main canal will be source of supply through out the year. The details given therein are for guidance of Tenderers.23 to 8. Parameters Turbidity (NTU) Colour (Hazen units) Test and odour pH Total dissolved solids Total hardness as CaCO3 Chlorides (as C1) Sulphates (as SO4) Fluorides (as F) Nitrates (as NO3) Calcium (as Ca) Magnesium (as Mg) Iron (as Fe) MPN (fecal coliform) per 100 ml MPN (Coliform organisms) –Per 100 ml) Total Alkalinity (as CaCO3) NIKORA RWSS Range (Max 4000 NTU during monsoon) Silted Colour Objectionable 7. However. Water and electricity required for construction and erection of works will be arranged by the contractor at his own cost. Chlorine storeroom for one-month storage with necessary all required arrangement like platform. The analysis result available so far is submitted as under. gentry weight measure devices. chain pulley block of 3 MT capacity etc. 1.34(mg/l) ---(mg/l) ----124 to 156 (mg/l) Page 24 . The contractor shall submit his layout and schematic diagram. All other cost for material.01 to 21. for operation and maintenance and security etc. will be borne by the contractor. 1.60 (mg/l) 13.22) 23) 24) During the 24 month period of operation and maintenance only the water and electricity will be supplied by department at free of cost. establishment. 100 m2 area.5 WORKS ENVISAGED IN THE TENDER: The envisaged scheme of the specified works has been high lighted under design parameters with sufficient detail to illustrate the conceptual arrangement.
the filters should receive above quality of settled water.1. the contractor will be required to demonstrate and optimize performance abilities of the works. NIKORA RWSS Page 25 . The purpose of testing however. Turbidity : Not exceeding 10 NTU Suspended solids : Not exceeding 8 mg/l In extreme conditions during monsoon when the raw water turbidity changes rapidly which may be around about 4000 NTU the above figures may be in practice may exceeds. 1.7 SETTLED WATER SUPPLY: The settled water quality will normally be up to following standard. During the works performance test and trials. depending upon the speed or response of operators making adjustment in alum dosage.8 TREATMENT PLANT PROCESS: It should be ensured by intending Tenderers that the scheme of treatment is designed to give adequate operational flexibility.
01 Mercury (Total) (mg/I as mg) 0.05 0.00 Colour 60.002 Anionic detergents (mg/I as MBAS) 0. –co.5 Nitrates (mg/l as No3) 45 45 Calcium 75 200 Magnesium (mg/I as Mg++) If there are 250 mg/I of sulphates mg.001 0. 0.001 0.500 Zinc (mg/I as Zn) 5 15 Phenolic (mg/I as phenol) 0.Scale) Taste Unobjectionable Unobjectionable Odour Unobjectionable Unobjectionable PH 7.50 < 6.00 1.0 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 NIKORA RWSS Turbidity (NTU) <2.00 (On pt.GUARANTEE OF FINAL TREATED WATER The Table-I gives Indian standards and international standard of drinking water.010 0.010 Chromium (mg/I as Cr) 0.200 1.500 Copper (mg/I as Cu) 0.001 Page 26 .050 0.30 Arsenic mg/I as As) 0.0 to 8.100 0.2 Total dissolved solids 500 1500 (mg/l) Total hardness (mg/l asCaCO3) 200 600 Chlorides (kg/l as CI) 200 1000 Sulphates (mg/l as SO4) 200 400 Fluorides (mg/l as F) 1.000 Manganese mg/I as Mn. Parameter Acceptable 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Indian Standards Cause for rejection 10 25.100 1.01 0.05 Lead (mg/I as CN) 0. Content can be increased to 125 mg/I Iron (mg/I as Fe) 0.050 Cadmium (mg/I as Cd) 0.050 0. No.5 or > 9.01 0.05 Cyanides 0. TABLE – I Sr.100 Selenium (mg/I as Sc) 0.05 0.000 Mineral oil (mg/I) 0.050 1.
Co. should be less than 1. CPHED Manual 1991 Addition.28 29 30 31 32 Follicular aromatic hydrocarbons mg/l) Gross alpha Activity Gross Beta activity (P Ci/l) E coil count Coliform organisms (Per 1000 ml) 0. Colour (on pt.9.200 0.9.1 In general the treated water from the plant shall be consistently as per the following standards.4 TESTING: 1. New Delhi-1979.2 During trials however. Source: 1) Manual on water supply and treatment “Central Public Health and Environmental Engineering Organization. contact : Not less than 0. Turbidity : Less than 2 NTU Suspended solids Mg/l : Not exceeding 1 Taste : Unobjectionable Odour : Unobjectionable Coliform organisms : Absent Free chlorine mg/l After 30 min.00 NTU. International standards for drinking water world health organization Geneva. the criteria should be provided.Scale) : Not exceeding 5. since the plant designed for this requirement will be able to produce water of acceptable standards even if adequate operating condition cannot be guaranteed continuously. Ministry of works and Housing. The contractor shall at his own cost undertake the necessary sampling and testing to prove that the treated water conforms to the NIKORA RWSS Page 27 . the turbidity to be achieved.200 3 3 P Ci/l P Ci/l 30 30 P Ci/l PCi/l 0 0 0 should not be detected in any 2 consecutive samples. 1971 (3rd Edition) TREATED WATER QUALITY: 1.
No charge will be levied to the contractor for water used during testing. energy charges will be charges charged at actualize. electrical. the contractor shall submit his proposals for meeting guarantee requirements to the Engineer.foregoing standards. All bidders are requested to furnish hydraulic line diagram with technical bid while submitting the tender. Surat.H. additions. such as improvements. mechanical works) that are required to be taken to achieve specified water quality. Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. However. NIKORA RWSS Page 28 . alternatives or addition to the plant and equipment (civil. The contractor shall have to carry out at his cost whatever measures. If the tests show that the water quality has not been reached to specified levels. Works Division GWSSB.
SECTION – 2 GENERAL 2. dimensions and water surface levels.3 2. instruments. monitoring and quality controls required for the complete treatment process and associated pumping plant. The work shall include the determination at least. etc. The treated water is intended for distribution to the villages of Mahuva. (1) The chemical and physical treatment process required to produce potable water conforming to the quality set out in clause 2. Olpad & Kamrej Taluka covered under the project.2 and required to separate out waste product. water under treatment. electrical apparatus. The design capacity of the work is 300. THE WATER QUALITY LEAVING THE WORKS SHALL BE GUARANTED BY THE CONTRACTOR. chemical solutions. which are required for the complete treatment process shall be given by the contractor.00 M3/Hr from the KRBC to produce a potable supply. The exact form. Taluka: Mahuva.6. treated water.1 NATURE & THE PURPOSE OF THE WORKS: The owner is to construct a water treatment works located at UMRA head works site. The dimensions and levels of all pipes and channels required for the transfer of raw water. The treatment facilities shall continually get water from the KRBC. EXTENT OF THE WORKS: The work shall comprise the following 2. India.2 ACCESS TO SITE: Access to the works is 8 km away from Surat. controls.3. waste waters. District – Surat in the state of Gujarat.1 DETERMINATION: The work of design and determination to the Engineer’s satisfaction and within the specified criteria and parameters of the most suitable and economic means of treating raw water at rate of 300. designs.00 M3/Hr. pipes. 2. hoppers. The machinery equipment. (2) (3) (4) NIKORA RWSS Page 29 . waste products sludge’s and over flows within the works.
2 SUPPLY The supply of the plant necessary to carry out the materials and the treatment. storage and application. application and injection and mixing into the process of the chemicals. The instrumentation and arrangements required for the control of the treatment process and the measurement of the pressure.1 and within the specified design criteria and parameters. (1) The reception and control of pumped raw water flows at the works inlet and the flow handling. (5) Metering of flows with control devices. 2. Storage and handling of the chemicals required for the treatment process including Preparation mixing and the exact form. The plant shall include the supply of the items and the work required for at least. pipes and equipment. chemicals. conveyance. The equipment required to remove sludge and other wastes. materials.3. The arrangements required to monitor the water quality from the pipeline. (8) Sampling. monitoring. tanks and arrangements necessary to optimize the physical and chemical treatment. NIKORA RWSS Page 30 . and the machinery.3. control of the water within the process. (7) Chemical reception. including the machinery. (6) Waste disposal. flow rates and other qualities of the water being treated. number and size of daily stock containers. (2) Clarrifocculator. and the control and the metering. products or by products from the works or the water being treated. determined under clause 2. throughout the treatment process and within the distribution system. tools. quality control and laboratory furnishings and equipment.(5) The arrangement for the receipt. (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) The spare parts. (3) Back wash waste water arrangement bypass arrangement (4) Disinfection. and procedures required to maintain the process plant and installations. and the arrangements required on site to implement and operate a preventive maintenance system for the works both during and after the expiry of the maintenance period. A suitable arrangement of alarm indicators to indicate malfunctioning of any pail of the treatment works. equipment.
tools. served from the works (bacteriological) and chemical monitoring and maintenance). The contractor shall include the supply of all inter-connecting pipe work. The mechanical. the department staff for the operation and maintenance of the works. Painting and protection of the process plant and equipment. The commissioning and maintenance period shall include at least one rainy season obtaining required results during the above trial rainy season in completing.4 TRAINING OFFICERS: Following the commissioning period: There shall be a continuous period of months duration during which period. and for 48 hrs. electrical and chemical plant and the instruments system. storage on site and erection and installation. 2. advice and to the maintenance of water quality within the distribution system. The officer shall also be required to extend his attention. testing when co ion. the contractor shall employ training officers whose sole duties shall be to guide the department the operation and maintenance of the treatment process and to instruct on a full time basis.3 COMMISSIONING OF THE WORKS: The trial run and operation of the plant under actual working conditions will be for a period of 24 (Twenty four) months the date of completion of all civil. NIKORA RWSS Page 31 . mechanical and electrical laboratory construction and erection.(9) (10) (11) (12) Testing and commissioning. valves.3. Spare parts for equipment of India and foreign make shall be for 24 and 48 months requirements respectively (13) Supervision of operation and maintenance with all expenditure of the works for continuous 24 month period The word "supply" (or provide) as contained in this specification shall include the manufacture. fittings. In case of scarcity year the trials may be taken in next rainy season. The completion test shall be taken at the design flow. painting. commissioning and providing all skilled and unskilled personnel. purchase and acquisition of the plant. at the cost of contractor incl. together with all the tackle. erected and installed. hardware fixing etc. 2. Such training officers shall be employed by the contractor for normal daily period of 8 hrs. packing and protection. a week. which are required in advance for building into structure.3. transport and other items or supplies necessary for the complete installation and the execution of the work required and the supervision of the work. testing before dispatch. insurance. power light. Provision of spare parts and the establishment of preventive maintenance system. delivery to site. Supply service water.
their maintenance and overhaul.3. (2) Process diagrams. During the trial run of plant at the cost of contractor. 2.3.6 CONTRACTORS OWN STAFF TO BE PROVIDED: The training officer and the chemist provided shall be drawn from the contractor's permanent staff and shall either be fluent in English language or accompanied by qualified technical translators. (6) A works maintenance schedule work cards and complete are parts documentation for the plant. which shall cover the starting of the monsoon period. testing and operation of the plant. (7) Any other documents. setting and use.4 DESIGN OF THE WORKS: The contractor shall be entirely responsible for the detailed design of the treatment works including civil and structural design for the duties specified to achieve the water quality standard specified in clause Page 32 NIKORA RWSS .5 CHEMIST. commissioning. In addition the contractor shall employ a chemist to work in the works laboratory during the commissioning period and also during the training period as well as maintenance period. 2. including structural design and other detailing of the civil engineering and the building works necessary for the operation. (1) All drawings and designs. cable diagrams and instrumentation diagrams for the works. erection. drawings and notices required for implied by this specification or necessary for the satisfactory construction. electrical wiring diagrams. (4) One set of dye line transparencies (on plastic file) and three sets of linen prints of record drawings showing the general and detailed arrangement of the completed treatment works.7 PROVISION OF DOCUMENT The contractor in the scope of his design should make the provision of at least following. support and protection of the plant. printed on a form be approved by the Engineer. 2.2. (5) Sets of strongly bound loose leaf record books containing operating log sheets in duplicate (Providing one tear of f and one carbon copy) sufficient for four years records.3. (3) Five copies of an instrumentation manual for the plant in English containing complete description of all items and advice and instructions for their operation.
India.4. Actions maintenance and lubrication of the work.5 Design shall accord with the best modem practice and shall facilities satisfactory operation. Provision is made to enable Tenderers to submit their own competitive outlet levels.2 CONCEPTUAL DESIGN: The specification sets out the design criteria. criteria prevail.In addition. latest edition 12001 prepared by the Export committee and published by the Ministry of works and housing. New Delhi. the plant or any item of equipment may be of the contractor's standard design. he shall provide with his tender detailed drawings as specified showing the arrangement of the plant and equipment offered. with provision to enable any one Tenderers to offer the owner the benefit of this own particulars experience as applied to the conventional treatment process envisaged. which the contractor shall adopt for the works and includes a conceptual design of the works which tendering contractors should consider as setting out the basis of the requirement.4.5 WORKS FLOW RATES: The flow rates are given in this specification for the works are the nominal output ratings that shall be referred to as through puts. The requirement for the main process and auxiliary Station is set out in order to ensure that all tenders provide the minimum of facilities required in the works and to ensure that Tenderers are completing on the same basis. 2.1 INDIAN DESIGN MANUAL: The contractor's attention is directed to current Indian Design codes of practice and the Manual on water supply and treatment. The design flow rates shall be as sent in clause 2. conduits. The contractor should refer the CPHED Manual 2001 Edition. The envisaged scheme of the work is set out in the specification. dust offer should they consider that they have a particular appropriate and well proven unit (process which could be advantageous to the owner). inlet levels of all tanks. erection. 2. chambers. The process. During the design supply. only providing that it is generally in accordance with the specification in intent and purpose 2. Tenderers are required to adhere to the general type of unit process specified for the works but are at liberty to offer their own particular version of the process of the equipment to meet the specified performance. testing and commissioning of the works the contractors shall Page 33 NIKORA RWSS .
6 WATERQUALITY: The KRBC water quality has been sampled and analyzed the said will be main source of supply to the plant. channels for 120 % of average rate and filter drains. Free chlorine mg/ after 30 rnin.6. All hydraulic structures shall be designed for average flow except pipes. 2. STABILITY: Water to be non aggressive to the pump steel and cast iron pipe work within the treated water distribution system.adopt the flow rates.contact Not less than 0. manifold etc. The contractors' attention is particularly drawn to the seasonal variation in water quality and the occasional peaks of turbidity and suspended solids concentration. 2. 1 5 mg/l Taste Unobjectionable up to a temp of 65 degree C.1) Physical and chemical standard for 95% of all samples taken Colour Not greater than 5 Hazen units Turbidity Not greater than 2 NTU. No coliform organism shall be detectable in 100 ml. Odour Unobjectionable up to a temp of 65 degree C.4 mg/l.2 REQUIRED TREATED WATER QUALITYThe treated water from the plant shall be consistently reliable with a demonstrable quality standard not less than – The acceptable water quality standard prepared by the Indian Expert Committee and as set out in the 'Manual on water Supply and Treatment. The minimum residual shall only apply if laboratory tests show it to be possible to achieve this level. Second edition 1977(Dam extract from this standard is given in Section. (1) (A) (B) (C) NIKORA RWSS Page 34 .4 Appearance Clear and sparkling. 0 mg/l Aluminum(as Al) Not greater than 0. Suspended Solids Not greater than 1. for 100 % overload. Samples following post chlorination for 30 effective minutes in a contact tank with a final free chlorine residual of 0.
After consultation with the contractor. the sampling procedure shall be as directed by the Engineer prior to the commencement of the commissioning of the works. should be contractor have any particular requirements regarding the sampling points.The contractor shall at his own cost undertake the necessary sampling and testing to prove that the treated water conform to the foregoing requirements. Works Division GWSSB. intervals and procedures he should set them out clearly in his tender submission.H. Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. Bharuch NIKORA RWSS Page 35 .
For some specific reason if the contractor wishes to omit any specified requirements of design or construction. special from this specification may be permitted provide it is include in the contractor's tender submission and in this instance the contractor's tender submission and in this instance the contractor shall fully justify the departure quoting the relevant clause in each case maker's standard general specifications may be submitted in regard thereto.SECTION-3 DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS: 3. or equipment shall not relieve the contractor of any of his contractual responsibility or obligations. Units of measurement in the documents. 3. The contractor shall supply all the documentation and drawings tested or implied in the section or elsewhere in the specification. supply detailed documentation and working drawings of the process and the equipment to be supplied by him and to provide the Engineer with copies as soon as practicable and at least within the specified periods and further to provide and assist the Engineer or the owner with any design calculations.2 FORMAT LANGUAGE AND UNITS: The language on all documents shall be in English.I. calculations. items of plant and equipment omitted in the Tenderer's specification but required than it shall be executed by contractor at his own expense. drawings.) metric units. but such specifications will not be accepted as justification or in lieu of the schedule above mentioned in respect of any departures from this specification. on the drawings and the submission shall be in (S. If any item so omitted is subsequently shown during the testing or commissioning or operation of the than it shall be carried out by contractor at NIKORA RWSS Page 36 . its suitability and performance and purpose. Tenderer specification shall include a comprehensive discussion on and justification of the equipment offered. Approval by the Engineer or his representatives of the contractor's design. Unless specifically mentioned in the contractor's TENDER SPECIFICATION.1 OBLIGATION TO PROVIDED OCUMENTATION: The contractor shall. The contractor and design Engineer should invariably sign all drawings. other information or data relating to problem arising from the design or supply of the process or the mechanical or electrical plant. as an integral part of the contract.
power. powers. the materials of construction and the speeds. voltages currents. It shall include the electrical plant. and performance met. finished etc. throughout rates. is in outline and intended only to provide information on the cost of individual sections and processes. describe the ability of the unit of satisfy the requirement. They shall fully embrace the range of flow rates and raw water conditions that are likely to occur on site. GUJARAT WATER SUPPLY AND SEWERAGE PROJECT UMRA H/W WATER TREATMENT PLANT. The particulars there given together with this specification will be binding upon the contractor and must not be departed performance the contractor shall provide the item or rectify the deficiency at his own expense.3. Pumping plant calculations required shall include the pumping curves. 3. rating.his own cost.2 CALCULATION: Triplicate copies of chemical. 3. It shall state the function of each unit. Each drawing shall contain a space within a title strip for recording revision and a space for the Engineer's approval (a blank rectangle 120 x 50 mm). quality.3. section conditions viscosities etc. Additionally each drawing shall contain the Following at the bottom of right hand comer. inflow rates outgoing rates. the duty required. detailed and substantial specification in triplicate giving full particulars of the various parts of the proposed process and the plant. process and hydraulic calculations for the plant shall be submitted with the tender. 3. The surface loading.1 TENDERER'S SPECIFICATION: The contractor shall submit with his tender. Pipe head loss calculations shall include NIKORA RWSS Page 37 . the cabling and instrumentation. capacities. diameters and specified as appropriate for each unit of the process and each item of mechanical electrical plant.3 TENDER DETAILS: The description of the plant and equipment required for each of the process as shown in the schedule of prices. the system curves. velocities. The contractor shall submit the following. levels. The tenderer's specification shall be fully comprehensive and shall describe and specify the full treatment process and each individual item of plant and equipment offered.
Plans showing the layout of the treatment work to suitable metric scales and drawings to show the arrangement and working details of all the process. standby equipment control lines. (Contractors are also invited to include general article impression of the works if they consider it would assist the owner in appraising their offer. and give all capacities and diameters. in bends. sample points.consideration of the hydraulic energy losses. Flash mixer. exists. which shall include. Filter installation. cost schedules shall be given in the Bill of quantities. entries etc. Individual data shall also be provided in the technical schedules for all major plant i. loading. clarification plant. and shall account for conditions both when the pipes are in new and in old condition. Performance schedules shall give all permanent operational data for each assembly of plant i.3. 3. pumps. 3. the diagrams shall embrace chemical feeds. tanks.e. chemical dosing and/or any alternative units offered. forces to be resisted and erection clearances required for and around the various items Page 38 (1) (2) (3) NIKORA RWSS . Air blowers.3 SCHEDULE FOR PLANTThe contractor shall prepare and submit with his tender a comprehensive set of performance. drains. electrical mechanical plant and equipment offered. structures.e.) A schematic line diagram of the complete works including all chambers. fittings. technical and cost schedule. pumps. A schedule showing the manufacturers of the each component shall also be provided.3. Dosing pumps.4 TENDER DRAWING: The contractor shall submit with his tender quadruplicate sets of drawings. and any such equipment. Dosing points. HYDRAULIC GRADIENTS THROUGH THE WORKS SHOWING THE DESIGN HYDRAULIC LEVEL AT THE PEAK DESIGN FLOW RATES: Reference shall be made on the drawings to the source of the various losses contributing to the fall in hydraulic level through out the plant. (4) Plants and sectional elevations showing the access head room. valves. flushing line. pipelines.
(6) 3. the contractor shall in triplicate submit to the Engineer for approval accurately detailed mechanical and electrical drawings. motor control centers. Details of internal and external surface finishers.3. relating. They shall show the General Arrangement and details of all channels.6 COMPONENT AND SPARE DRAWINGS: Prior to the delivery of any item of plant of equipment to the treatment works. criteria and any other information necessary for detailed calculations of Civil and structural design. cable ducts and the size and position of all openings. instrumentation and power points. fixing. distribution boards etc. * * * * 3. loading ramps. pumps. support plinth.5 DETAILED DRAWINGS: 1 All designs related to the work shall be submitted by the contractor to the engineer in-charge within one month from the date of acceptance of tender. lighting arrangements. (5) General Electrical Cable diagrams and instrumentation drawings. conveyors. The final dimensions and exact location of all items of plant. All queries/ remarks raised with respect to the contractor's design shall be complied by the contractor within 10 days.of plant that are proposed for installation in the works. drawings etc. valves. 2. design. The final working drawings to proceed with the civil construction work. mixers. the contractor shall submit to the engineer Ten copies of a set of drawings revealing the information given in the contract drawings incorporating any modifications approved by the Engineer in charge and completing die detailed civil design and constructing drawings for the works design details drawings shall include at least. dusts drainage. flanges. Within ten days of the date of approval of detailed design and drawing. NIKORA RWSS Page 39 . pipe work runs. ladders etc. (Panels. mounting step.3. * The final dimensions and location of all box outs opening. 3 DElevation of WTP. cable run. tests references. plinth. protective coating and linings. for the plant.). there together with spare parts. Plans and sectional elevations. storage tanks. dusts. Final electrical diagrams. fittings.
factory or for any other purpose unless the latest amendment has received the Engineer's approval. Clearly titled.3. during the testing and commissioning of the works.7 CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS: Before the commencement of the Civil Engineering construction the contractor shall supply the Engineer with three sets of a paper prints of the contractor's final drawings for the works in order that they can be examined. 3. 3. installation or construction of the works shall be submitted (Three copies) to the Engineer for approval.8 MANUALS: The contractor shall deliver to the Engineer loose-leaf five copies of draft operational and maintenance manuals for the plant prior to its erection in site. They shall be secured bound in Metric size loose-leaf binders. The final manuals shall incorporate. recommendations and advance for NIKORA RWSS Page 40 . No drawings or amended drawings shall be used in any workshop. be carefully checked by the contractor and updated and modified during the testing and commissioning periods to ensure that it is fully descriptive and applicable to the final process plant as installed and as found to be have under operational condition. Any corrections required by the Engineer shall be incorporated as amendments. handling and erecting instructions. The draft manual shall be in English and i-nay be included manufacturer standard literature but the contractor shall fully supplement the literature by Ws own descriptive text explanations and drawings. Draft manual shall. indexed and cross-referenced. The manuals shall full and clearly set out the contractor's own recommendations and instructions for the satisfactory operation and maintenance of the plant or equipment as applied to the UMRA H/W Treatment plant.All the drawings of contractor used on site for erection. The Engineer as complete will certify no section of the works unless this requirement has been met.3. Following final approval by the Engineer the contractor shall supply the Engineer with a further five sets of line prints of the drawings. Twenty copies of the final approved manual for the works shall be submitted to the engineer prior to the commencement of the maintenance period (six copies in English and fourteen copies in Gujarati). The test or accompanying diagrams shall be in addition shown the electrical wiring. instructions.
standardized throughout the works identifying various Indian manufacturer's suitable equivalents. Complete overhaul. The manual shall include for the mechanical and electrical plane procedures for at least: * * * * * * * * * * Lubrication. the plant and its components. 3.4 MAINTENANCE SCHEME: The operation and maintenance instruction manual shall be supplemented by the supply of a comprehensive planned twenty-four monthly maintenance programme for the water work operational mechanical and electrical maintenance staff. Maintenance of protective coatings. It shall have vertical divisions in weeks and horizontal divisions for each item for mechanical and electrical plant. the contractor shall provide approved modifications for manual.the operations of the entire process covering the full range of raw water conditions. It shall have sufficient space for expansion if required to include any further routine work NIKORA RWSS Page 41 . monthly or other intervals to ensure reliable trouble free operation. testing and re-commissioning. back wash cycle for filters. checking. Monitoring of water quality throughout the works including sampling techniques. works. If during the maintenance period. adjustment of chlorine dose. the Engineer finds that the manual requires modification or enlargement as a result of subsequent operational and maintenance experience in the works. Fault findings. Attention at weekly. laboratory and reporting procedures. A wall chart or charts shall be provided covering a period of twenty-four month with colored markers. dismantling and reassemble. The charts should give information regarding various continuous and day to day operations such as adjustment of alum dose through Jar Test results. Maintenance. step by step account of plant start up and shut down procedures etc. The maintenance scheme shall be to the approval of the Engineer and shall be provided complete at the time of the handling over of the works. calibration and adjustment of each item. performances and treated water quality. Clearance the works. Mixing adjusting and monitoring of chemical solutions and accurate dosing of chemicals in to the works process. The identification and selection of suitable lubricants.
Works Division GWSSB.5% (one half percent) will be kept in deposit from each bill till the completion of the entire work and will be released after the record drawings are submitted and approved by the Engineer-in. Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P.charge. After award of contract the hydraulic as well as structural design submitted by contractor should be submitted within one month to design circle through Circle Division office for scrutiny and approval from the Superintending Engineer. The record drawings shall be on best quality tracing paper (preferably on polyester tracing papers). After scrutinized the design by Design circle if there is any discrepancy of remarks raised by the design circle than it should be complied by contractor within ten days after issuing the letter from design circle GWSSB. Design Circle.H. An amount of 0. Gandhinagar. 3.6 RECORD DRAWINGS & DESIGN SUBMISSION: The record drawings shall be handed over to the Engineer with 6 months of the date of the completion of the works. 3. NIKORA RWSS Page 42 . P. Bharuch. Only after approval of design execution of work should be taken up.directed by the Engineer or advised by the Training Officer as a result of his experience at the time. H. Gandhinagar.5 OPERATING LOG SHEET: Record books shall be handed over to the Engineer in an approved form before the completion of the initial commissioning period in the works.
SECTION-4 INLET WORKS 4. To amount for over loading to the extent of 20% on ultimate 300. The mixer is connected to the raw water channel by adjustable weir. The inlet works arrangements adopted in the conceptual design consist of Inlet chamber attached with mixing arrangement for sufficient disposal of coagulant in the body of water flows. An elevated channel to measure the inlet flows to the works.2 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKS: Tendering contractor's attention is drawn to the drawings illustrating the conceptual design of this section of the work. up to 3273 m3/hr. Over flows features for operational purpose.00 m3/hr flow. * Pass and measure flow rates up to 300. The raw water channel accommodates a measuring device and finally connected to a clarification works with bypass arrangements to permit the inlet flows to filtration works by passing the clarification works.00 M3/Hr.3 GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA: The inlet works shall be designed to loads. A digital flow indicator. pipes etc. The inlet works shall be arranged in reinforced concrete. Cascade type aerators * * * * * 4.00 m3/hr for a normal through out (ultimate) and all transmission system like channels. The mixing channel for intimate disposal of the coagulant chemical (Aluminum Sulphate solution). Page 43 * NIKORA RWSS . Chemically coagulate the flows up to 300. 4.1 WORKS TO BE INCLUDED: The works to be included in this section shall comprise at least the following: A chamber in the inlet works structure to receive the raw water.
rectangular. NIKORA RWSS Page 44 .00 M3/Hr.4 EXTENT OF WORKS PROVIDED: Under this control. 4. The length being defined as the distance between the down stream edge and the tapping point. including supplying all mechanical and electrical plant required gravity flow arrangement of total inlet works flows to existing inlet chamber. And it shall register flows accurately up to 1%. The inlet pipe will discharge water into inlet chamber to be designed and constructed as per detail given in data sheet and through RCC channel of suitable size water will be collected into inlet chamber. The approach channel shall be straight.57 lps. hydraulically open and of minimum of 1.* Achieve the optimum mixing required for treatment for inlet flows at normal through 300.8 RATE OF FLOW INDICATOR: A Digital flow instrument with indicator shall be provided and mounted. Measuring accuracy of the completed installation shall be with 5% for the throughput of 757. breadth. The contractor shall also supply and install a sluice valve for control of inlet flows on this pipeline.5 INLET PIPELINES CONNECTION AERATOR & INLET CHANNEL: The inlet MS pipe shall be 914 mm in diameter connection to intake well machinery. 4. 4. fully accessible. the complete inlet works shall be provide. Full capacity bye pass line in CID/F pipe is also included from inlet chamber to U/G Sump.0 m.6 ELEVATED CHANNEL WITH MEASURING FLUME: The elevated channel shall convey and measure at the inlet works flows from the inlet chamber. 4.10 CLARIFIER FEED FLOW: The clarifier feed pipe shall be of suitable diameter with a controlling sluice valve/gate. 4.
with a peak capacity of 910 LPS. Works Division GWSSB. Access and inspection paths within the walks ways shall be covered with open means. The bypass shall be designed for an operational capacity of 757.2 m. 4.57 LPS. Full triple rail hand railing will be arranged around all elevated walk ways in this section of the works. broad.H. NIKORA RWSS Page 45 . Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. deep shall be by step irons but step iron shall not in the flume section.Surat. An access stair way shall be provided to ground level from the walk ways. controls.0 m.12 ARRANGEMENT & ACCESS AROUND INLET WORKS: The inlet works shall be designed with operational convenience and other safety in mind. chambers shall be arranged for ease of internal access and visual inspection of all flow and processes. Flooring pedestrian walkways shall be minimum 1.4. etc. Elevated walk ways shall be arranged for ease of pedestrian access around the mixing chamber to the mixing equipment motor and gear box along one side of the elevated channel and around all head stocks. Access to internal chambers or channels greater than 1.11 CLARIFIER BY PASS: The clarifier bypass shall be suitable diameter CI/MS pipeline with a sluice valve/Gate that shall convey water from the clarifier to clear water sump.
convenience of operation and effective maintenance of structure and equipment. shall comply with the following 95% occasions. 5. the water leaving the sedimentation tank. The clarification works shall be designed to: Continually clarify the water for filtration and meet the performance standards with a unit flow rate of 300.00 m3/hr during monsoon period and during commissioning period fair weather trials. Efficient removal of waste products from the process with minimum water loss. Separate zones for flocculation and sedimentation shall be provided by RCC wall of suitable thickness as per design. sedimentation and decantation in the self-contained tank. The process shall not include a sludge blanket. The contractor shall guarantee that following chemical coagulation for the monsoon quality raw water. solids re-circulation facility or any other process to enhance the performance of the self contained unit. The task shall be disposed minimize hydraulic losses and to achieve optimization of performance.5 mg/l depending on the laboratory treatment test. - The test results indicating non-achievement of water quality shall make modifications in mechanical or electrical or chemical works in order to achieve the specified quality to the entire satisfaction of the Engineer. offered and supplied by the contractor shall achieve flocculation.SECTION-5 5.2 GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA & PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE.3 CLARIFICATION PROCESS: The clarification process designed. Total Aluminum Not greater than 0. Turbidity Not greater than 10 NTU Suspended solids Not greater than 10 Mg/I. The tank shall be arranged to suit the works flow path.1 BIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKS: The clariflocculator shall be designed entirely in reinforced concrete. NIKORA RWSS Page 46 . clarify higher rates of flow. 5.
the peak rate achievable and capacity of his proposed telescopic draw of units.2 ALTERNATIVE CLARIFICATION PROCESSES: If the contractor wishes he may submit an additional offer. if necessary. its commencement. And many similar clarification works are operating successfully and maintained satisfactorily even in rural areas. his own alternative design for the clarification works. tile NIKORA RWSS Page 47 .6 PERIMETER WALKWAY-. Sludge shall be continuously removed from the clarifier by telescopic draw of f valve during normal operation. 5.5 TANK DRAINAGE: For maintenance purposes the contractor shall provide the necessary arrangements for draining the clarifier by gravity.3. 5. The tendering contractors may offer their own design of the clarifier type outlined in this section meeting the general requirements and specifications given for the works. The contractor shall state ill his tender the anticipated average sludge draw of rate. 5. The telescopic valve shall be operated from headstock at the peripheral walk way level. wherever possible.3. 5. the arrangements for continual removal of settled solids from the flocculator base may be provided. These walkways may be founded on finished ground level or be cantilevered outwards from the tank wall. A telescopic valve stand pipes shall be fitted with best key level by pass drainage valves. if necessary. the contractor shall also include full details of his amended design of the inlet works to fulfill the requirements of his alternative design for the same. The contractor shall I arrange a perimeter walkway to enable works operational staff to inspect the decanting offices. It shall be constructed with cast iron body fitted with bronze guides.4 SLUDGE REMOVAL: In consideration to the design and raw water conditions.1 PERMITTED VARIATION IN THE CLARIFICATION STAGE: Tendering contractors are informed that the clarification arrangement specified herein has been well proven in India.5. performance and standards.
and shall be provided with hand rails on outer side. Works Division GWSSB.walkways shall be continuous and level with the top of the sludge draw off chamber facilitating access to the draw off head stock. Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P.H. Bharuch NIKORA RWSS Page 48 .
The design and necessary arrangements to distribute the flow (from the clarifier proposed) between the filters.SECTION-6 FILTRATION WORKS 6. The filter to back wash waste water channel shall be arranged below filter influent channel.2 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKS: The filtration shall be constructed in reinforced concrete. The filters shall be arranged for convenience of operation and maintenance. NIKORA RWSS Page 49 . 6.1 WORKS TO BE INCLUDED: The works to be included by the contractor in this section of the treatment process shall comprise of at least the following: The design and necessary arrangements for rapid sand filtration of the works flows in filter battery comprising of two identical filter units (with arrangement for declined rate filter). clean. the filters. shall be covered rectangular in plan arranged in a single row with common influent channel and a common filtered water channel and pipe gallery on one side of the filter controls. The design and necessary arrangement to construct the filtration works. The design and layouts for administrative purpose for the filter house and machinery shall attached with the filter battery. removing the back wash water and collect the filtrate flow for final disinfection. minimization of hydraulic losses and the optimization of performance in terms of quantity and quality treated water. boxes. The supply of required filters with filtering media and the necessary machinery and equipment required for the filters. and suitable piping for eventual disposal.
the conceptual design adopts.75 mt) carried on a gravel media of about 0. To receive the settled water from the clarification works either existing or proposed and achieve the specified water quality with a works throughout rate as specified in data sheet. Filter shall be cleaned on time basis.6.4 m3/m2/hour before washing the filters. They shall be designed for cleaning with the reverse flow of air followed for by a water wash at a sufficient rate to fluidize and explained the bed.6 m2/hr. The back wash rates for air and water shall be as per hydraulic design or CPHEW. Each filter unit shall contain a dual media contains sand bed.5 m to 2.40 m layer thickness for piped under drain system or on a suspended floor fitted with along stemmed plastic nozzles. at the beginning of filter run to 2. Manual.3 GENERAL DESIGN CRITERIA & FILTER TYPE: The filtration works shall be designed to receive the works flows from the inlet works during the fair season and achieve the specified treated water quality with works throughout rate as specified in data sheet. The abnormally high filtration rates immediately after the backwash shall be avoided by manual operation of pure water outlet valves in the filter gallery. Tendering contractors should note that they are at liberty to reduce the filtration rate during fair season up to what they deem fit. A suitably designed orifice with an arrangement to the different head across it and hence the rate of flow on each of the outlets shall be provided. depth and remove the filter burden without assistance of surface wash.5 and depth not less than 0. Based on the above.8 m3/m2/hr with a flow range of 9. above the top of sand bed.60 mm uniformity co-efficient 1. S. The filtration works shall be designed for a water column of 1. The filtration rate shall be calculated by dividing the unit flow per filter (m3/hr) by the net unit media plan area (in m2). The average filtration rate shall be 4. and then the spillage point and conveyed to the pure water sump through a required length CI/MS pipe of adequate diameter.25 m. Rapid sand declined rate filters shall be adopted with split flow arrangement from a common settled water in fluent channels. The rapid sand declined rate filters shall be designed for an average filtration rate of 4. above the top of sand bed.8 m3/m2/hr. with a provision for increase in water column to a height of 2. 2001. NIKORA RWSS Page 50 . and outlet arrangements by a weir in the inspection chamber with its crest at 0.10 m.0 m (without free board) above the top of sand bed. (Effective size in the region of 0.
single sized filtering media and separate air and water wash facilities.10 m. Filter outlets weirs shall be located in the inspection chamber with their crests at 0. The quantity of wash water used should not exceed 2% of the total of the water filtered. Tendering contract should bear in mind that percentage of backwash to throughout is an important item in evaluation of bids. above the top of filter media and they shall discharge into a common reinforced concrete filtered water collection channel. The filters shall be divided into the two identical balanced sections with a central filter feed/ back wash collecting gullet which it turn shall receive back wash waste water from a pair of waste water troughs constructed for each section and separate cleaning ports.2 ALTERNATIVE FILTER ARRANGEMENT: TENDERING contractors may. if they so wish.3.An air wash causing a losing of filter media shall be followed by a water wash. the tendering contractor shall note that a variable head declining rate filtration type shall be offered by them as a part of the basic tender. ease of maintenance (over and under floors) its reliability and its inherent resistance to operation upset. 6. Filter control valves shall be manuals operated from headstocks. Contractor should note however the preference given to separate air and water wash systems ease of maintenance and the advantages of single sized media filter bed and a variable head declining rate filtration type.3. NIKORA RWSS Page 51 . submit another filter design and arrangement as a second ALTERNATIVE OFFER.1 PERMITTED VARIATION IN THE FILTRATION WORKS: The specified filter type has been selected for its simplicity of operation. 6. No tender will be considered which does not include a filtration process bases on the specified number of units of at least the specified size and the filter type with either suspended floors or piped under drain system. However. No continuous filter run shall be less than 22 hours and 95% of all continuous filter run shall achieve 36 hours when the clarifiers are in operation. Tendering contractors may offer their own particular or "Nearest" version of the filter type envisage.
WHICH MAY BE OFFERED. Contractors' design and installation shall be such as to enable the filter battery to filter water at a rate as specified.Alternative systems which may not be favourably considered would include. Slight variation in the number of filter units. pure water channel. the contractor shall supply required filter units and all the machinery.5 FILTER FEED: Inlet flows to the filters shall be distributed along the length of the filter battery externally in a reinforced concrete settled water common influent channel influent channel with a suitable arrangement of the enable the incoming flows to be divided equally between the two filters say an adjustable weir plate. ALTERNATIVE. slow devices etc. · An excessive No. all of the under drain system for throughout at double the rate of 300. In the event of conversion into dual media. Channels and associated chamber floors shall be given slope towards the drains and drainage valves. that is settled water channel. · Multimedia units (Anthracite. Contractor's designs shall also be such as to enable the filter battery to be linearly extended at a LATER DATE WITH THE MINIMUM OF interference to the works. crushed coconut shell) · Complete control system · Regarding rate of flow controllers and rate setters. NIKORA RWSS Page 52 . INCLUDE. · Automatic self-cleaning systems. pumice. Equipment required for all the filter units. pure water gravity drain.4 EXTENT OF WORKS: Under this contract. filters at a later date. They if necessary. shall be fitted with to stop or step irons for internal access. Piped (And at least partially accessible) Variation in media size with corresponding adjustment of sand depth 6.00 M3/hr. · Cleaning of flushing with jets or spray systems. of filter units or more than one filter stream. 6. for this the shell design all the transmission system pertaining to filtration works.
Ignition loss should not exceed 0.65 silica content should not be less than 90% wiring loss should not exceed 3% IS 8419 (Part-1) 1947 entitled filtration media. The sand depth shall be checked with the help of following formula. The weight loss or contact with N hydrochloric acid shall not exceed dm 5% weight after 24 hours.55 to 2.7 FILTER SUPPORT.3. Filter sand shall rest on a gravel bed of not less than 0.50.6 FILTER MEDIA: Filtration shall be by gravity through a bed of hard gained silica (Quartz) sand of minimum thickness 70 cm. Uniformity coefficient shall not be more than 108 not less than 1. later soluble iron and manganese. Od3/h = B x 29323 Q = m3/m2/hr. Effective size shall be 0. or any directly on the suspended floor in case of nozzle under drain system to suit a particular design. Filter sand shall be of effective size 0. loam organic impurities. b = Break through index between 4 x 103 to 6 x 103 Assume 4 x 104 6. I = Depth of bed in m.7 percent by weight. thickness in the event of piped under drain system. 6.60 nun and uniformly co-efficient of 1. NIKORA RWSS Page 53 .45 to 0. h= Terminal loss of head in m. The friability weight loss mixing for 15 minutes (750 strokes) shall be less than 10% and for 30 minutes (1500 strokes) shall be less than 20%.6. The specific gravity of the sand shall in the range of 2.70 mm.8 FILTER SAND Filter sand shall be of hard and resistant quarts or quartzite and free of clay. dirt. d = sand size in mm. shale.50 m. Sand and gravel may be referred for other details. mica.
cleaning shall be skimmed prior to disinfection and commissioning of the works. Filter beds.8. The contractor will set out and indicate and the methods of filling the media in his tender submission and specification. for the works and shall submit with his tender details of the source from which the proposed to draw his supplies of filter sand and verify that sufficient quantities of satisfactory filter sand can be obtained. the contractor shall submit to the Engineer to 20 kg. designed for expansion during. When the sand is found to be confirming to the above requirements of the contractor. dumping. Pre-designed area. machine handling or any other method which in the opinion of the Engineer will be to the floor media. Separate test certificates (in triplicate) shall be provided to the Engineer for each 20 cubic meters of media so supplied. shall be washed. packed stored on site and the filter shells charged in accordance with his work programme 6. piped under drain system has been adopted.1 FILTER MEDIA & CHARGING: The contractor shall supply the filter media. Following Station and satisfactory testing of all the filter floors and when the Engineer is satisfied that ht installations are complete. the second sample shall be retained by the Engineer and the contractor will then be given permission to place an order for his supplies. heat dried and sieved to conform the specified grading and tested. found to be split or open bags shall be rejected on site. well drained and free of mud and silt. Prior to packing. all filter sand.8. One of which will be tested. Packing shall be in suitable approved double or triple bags to protect the media from spillage or contamination. which he shall submit with his tender. The contractor shall wash following the initial charging the filter. The contractor will be given written permission to commence filling the filters. nozzles/ drains to or sealant. 6.6.1 Within the two months of the date of acceptance of tender. Storage on site shall be only in an approved. the contractor shall provide reinforced NIKORA RWSS Page 54 . Filter media shall be carefully placed and not charged by dropping. In the event of adopting similar system. Any sand or media delivered losses or. Representative samples of the filter sand and also a sample of supporting media).9 FILTER FLOOR: In the conceptual design.
· For piped under drains. Nozzles shall be evenly spread over the full floor area with a concentration of at least 50 per m. the floor seals between slabs and around the perimeter · The tolerances required for the support beams and walls. and tolerance for the slabs and the finished floor.concrete flooring with slots in each section of filter. During installation of any floor all nozzle socket shall be plugged until nozzle fitting commences. orifices. regardless of the size and position of the floor supports. The contractor shall at the time of tendering provide the following: · For suspended floors · A detailed specification of the calculations for his proposed filter floor. the filter base shall be designed for access below the filter floor and the central trough. fitted with long stemmed plastic floor nozzle and designed to pass the air and water required for the reserve flow cleaning and to exclude the media from the filter base and outlet systems. It shall be arranged to ensure free passage of the filtrate to the outlet pipe work. and manifolds. 6. to collect and convey pure water back wash water and air from/to under drain laterals.10 FILTER BASE: In case of suspended floors. If the tendering contractor wishes to adopt nozzles and suspended floor arrangement the filter media shall be supported by a suspended floor. Its nozzles. equal division of air and wash water between the filter half and designed to achieve a level air scour busion and uniform distribution or air along the length and breadth of the filter. The filter shall be manufactured in precast concrete segments with accurately screwed thread plastic nozzles fixing sleeves. · Complete hydraulic calculations for laterals. ratios of their area with filter area also be the inter relations of the areas of all the components of under drain system · The contractor shall clearly indicate at the tender stage the arrangements he proposed to connect the laterals with the manifold and back wash water and air arrangements. and the tolerance. to accommodate manifold or he may provide concrete channel in each section. NIKORA RWSS Page 55 .
timings and duration of the wash period etc. NIKORA RWSS Page 56 .1 CLEANING & SEQUENCE: The contractor shall fully justify in his tender submission. 6. limit the horizontal distance of travel of wash water across the bed surface to the wash water cross troughs.11.3 WASTAGE OF THE FIRST FILTRATE: Systems employing the wastage of the first filtrate shall not be offered. The free airflow rate shall be 45 m3/hr.11.6. design sequence and timing. (600 LPM/M2) for duration of 10 minutes. 6.11. The filter cleaning system for the contractor's particular version of the conceptual design. Area of manifold = 1.3% of filter bed area. The perforations vary from 5 to 12 mm in diameter and should be staged at a straight angle to the vertical axes of pipe.5 x 2 x area of laterals. ease or operation. Area of laterals = 2 x area of orifices. Area of orifice = 0. The air supply be taken from one of the two lobs type roots type air blowers and the water supply from the ESR. travel distance for wash water. to 50 m3/hr for duration of 5 minutes. the water temperatures. The wash water flow rate shall be 36 m3/hr.11 FILTER CLEANING: Filter cleaning shall be (upward reverse flows of air and water systems employing separate air and water washing are envisaged). Following criteria shall be adopted in the designing under drain system. surface. The contractor shall include consideration of water loss. 6. as far as possible to suit his own design. rise rates.2 WASTE WATER TRAVEL DISTANCE: The contractor shall.
13 HEAD LOSS/BACK PRESSURE GAUGES: Each filter be provided with two head loss/back pressure gauges. 6. Alternative arrangement to the above may be offered provided they are of simple reliable construction could readily be attained. and the other (a manometer) in the pipe gallery. 6. 15 m3. The flooring for inspection chamber shall be in white glazed tiles.0 OUTLET CHAMBER: Each compartment of every filter adjacent to filtrate outlet chamber constructed reinforced concrete with a weir 0.10 m. 6. It shall t at its lower end in blank flange to enable the float to be removed if necessary and shall be fitted with a 25 mm dia drain valve.5 mm diameter valve and copper tube. The chamber shall be covered with sheet glasses fixed in a removal wooden frame. 100 mm diameter copper flat. The float tube shall be connected to the filtered water outlet port casting by a 12. above the sand bed top into an inspection chamber connected to the common filter water collection channel.13.12. The walls of the inspection chamber shall be covered with white glazed tiles for full height. 1 mm diameter stainless steel wire woven cable and counter weight. a geared drive to a cable drum. The minimum chamber capacity shall be. Both shall indicate the water pressure across the filter during normal operation.4 FILTERING TO WASTE: The contractor shall provide the facility for the entire works output to be filtered to waste during the testing. The gauge dial shall have two scales in opposite directions. NIKORA RWSS Page 57 .1 GAUGE: The Kirloskar mounted gauge shall be of the float operated type with a 150 mm diameter indicator.11. one mounted in the filter house at upper gallery level. commissioning or subsequent operation of the works.6.
0 m/Sec.5 m/Sec. 6.0 m/Sec.2 MANOMETER: Filter manometers to serve. All filters inlet and outlet flows shall preferably the manually controlled by headstock operated sluice valves or penstocks. the conceptual design adopts manually operated filters. turbulence and velocity heads.14. Air inlet : 25. · Air inlet · Wash water inlet · Wash water outlet Knocked or angled spindle extension shall be avoided. 6.15 FILTER PORTS: To limit the head loss arising from friction. NIKORA RWSS Page 58 .6.16 FILTER GALLERY & FILTER MACHINERY & PIPE WORKS: General: Filter gallery water carrying pipe work shall be in cast iron with flanged connections. access for maintenance and to minimise undesirable head losses in the works. 6. Wash water inlet : 2.0 FILTER CONTROLS: In an attempt to minimise mechanization. The filter gallery and machinery with pipe work shall be arranged for easy operation.3 m/Sec. Filter outlet : 1. Headstocks at upper filter gallery or walkway wheel valve shall be provided at each filter for the following controls: · Filter inlet · Filtered water outlet 2 nos. as stand by head loss gauges shall be well mounted in the lower filter pipe gallery.13. with a provision of detachable flanged couplings to facilitate maintenance of valves and fittings.0 m/Sec. the following upper limits of velocity shall preferably apply: Filter inlet : 1. Wash water outlet : 2.
The final disposal leads to the natural drain passing near bye and all required piping/channel is to be designed NIKORA RWSS Page 59 .16.16. The contractor should make arrangement of CI / MS pipeline from this separate storage structure to filter including providing. laying.16.50 % stand bye pumps shall be provided 6. electric arrangements.1 AIR MAINS: The contractor shall feed air to the filter through a steel header. The ESR shall be constructed in RCC M 200 grade only and may be constructed either on administrative building of the filter plant or else where as contractor may feel suitable to him. The capacity of pump shall be such that wash water tank is filled up in maximum 8 hours. jointing and testing of CI/MS pipeline of suitable diameter.3 WASH WATER TANK : The contractor shall make his own arrangements to provide RCC ESR for the purpose of back washing of filter beds. All ancillary works such as pumping machinery to fill wash water tank. Individual filter section suppliers from the air header shall be in flanged steel pipe work but the filter entry pot entry shall be a cast iron flanged piece. Care should be taken while designing the outflows about uniform collection sludge/muddy water as otherwise sludge pockets are likely remain which will eventually clog the pipeline. Velocity in the header shall be designed to account for head losses arising in the future development and preferably shall not exceed 2. at a high level within the pipe gallery. shall be arranged by the contractor at his own cost. valves etc.13.6. 6.3 WASTE WATER COLLECTION & DISPOSAL: The filter back wash waste from each filter shall be collected in a common waste water channel connected in drainage system which is a part and parcel of filtration works. pipe arrangements from source of water to wash water tank. with integral puddle which shall incorporate a siphon and valve to exclude reverse water flows to the blowers. 6.0 m/Sec. The contractor at his own cost shall also provide the required valves and its chamber.2 WASH WATER MAIN: Wash water supply pipe work shall be from wash water tank to be constructed separately by the contractor.
Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P.H. Bharuch NIKORA RWSS Page 60 . Works Division GWSSB.and provided and constructed by the agency at his own cost up to 100 M length.
SECTION-7 CHEMICAL WORK 7.1. 7.3 AVAIIABILITY STRENGTH AND PURITY OF CHEMICALS: The contractor shall be deemed to have satisfied himself as to the availability. NIKORA RWSS Page 61 . The mixing.1 PROVISION FOR WORKS: Sufficient chemical apparatus and facilities shall be provided by the contractor under his contract to meet flow rates of proposed works for post chlorination.1. 7. handing. mixing.1 WORKS TO BE INCLUDED: The works to be included by the contractor in this section of the process shall comprise the complete arrangements and Stations (design and supply) required in the works to continually and reliably chemically treat and disinfect it in the quantities and at such dosage rates determined by the contractor and within the specified design parameters and criteria given herein. lump or pebbled form. dosing and treatment arrangements provided shall be accurate and reliable at flow rates specified herein.Aluminum Sulphate in liquid. strength and suitability of all the chemicals to be used in the works and shall accordingly include consideration of the chemicals strengths available when calculating his dose rates and capacities and shall arrange his and other apparatus to exclude deleterious matter from the water being treated. .2 CHEMICALS TO BE DOSED: The contractor shall provide facilities for the reception. purity. .1. and accurate dispensing of appropriate quantities of the following chemicals. storage.Chlorine from 950 kg drums (tonners) Tendering contractors shall note that no coagulant aids or other enhancing chemicals will be permitted in the works during the contract period. 7.
flow rates etc. control panel room and first aid on the ground floor of the chemical house. 7. office canteen and toilet blocks on the upper floor and storage on ground floor. 7.2 ALUMINIUM SULPHATE (DESIGNCRITERIA): The contractor shall provide sufficient Aluminium Sulphate (alum) initially to meet his performance guarantees and to enable a continued does rate of at least 30 mg/l. chlorine cylinder storage. chlorinator room. The more essential chemical tanks. laboratory.7. dosing tanks. plus further space for standby and empty containers.1.6 CHEMICAL STORAGE: In principle the site will be developed to provide chemical storage of the following: Alum : Storage for three months at the average "Monsoon" season rate of consumption.4 CHEMICAL CALCULATIONS: The contractor shall submit with his tender a comprehensive set of calculations for his problems. to be applied into 300.1. He shall include chemical calculations as well as those pertaining to solution concentrations. 7.00 M3/hr for a 8 hour shift stock of 5% alum solution (which has a composition of at least 16% Aluminium Sulphate).1. Handling of toners by hot crane 3 T capacity with gantry shall be mechanised for chlorine and initially by hand for alum and by chain pulley block or mono-rail arrangement for lifting the solid alum from ground floor storage to the alum tanks at upper floor.1. Chlorine : Storage for three months stock of full containers sufficient to meet the average monsoon rate of consumption.7 HANDLING OF RAW CHEMICALS: In this arrangement the contractor shall consider the routine handling and transport of the raw chemicals.5 ARRANGEMENT OF THE WORKS: The conceptual arrangement of the works is shown and the envisaged scheme accommodates the solution tanks. dosing and metering arrangements on the upper floor of chemical house are located high enough to enable gravity flow of Aluminium Sulphate solution (alum) to the inlet works. 7. The NIKORA RWSS Page 62 .
NIKORA RWSS A sample tap for specific gravity determinations. An overhead central vertical axial flow-mixing machine to disperse the concentrated liquor and the top up waters 3.dosing point of alum shall carefully selected in conjunction with the flush mixing chambers. A wooden calibrated dipstick.1 STOCK TANK FLOW METER: The tendering contractor shall supply a digital integrating flow meter calibrated in liters fitted on a common riser. 6. Read out shall be digital. 5. with appropriate mechanism. Each tank shall be approximately square in plan with a working depth of 0. 4.8 m.2 STOCK TANKS (ALUM TANKS): The contractor shall provide three elevated stock tanks sized in accordance with his calculations for the specified dose rate and concentration. 7. and a maximum depth of 1.2. Tenderers shall not recommend dry feeders as an alternative. The conceptual arrangement is shown on the drawing and tendering contractor shall fully discuss the suitability of their own arrangement of the outlined design with their tender submission.00 m. 7. Page 63 . The specified service water supply. from the tank base to overflow level. Gravity flow metering shall be adopted and consequently the shift stock tanks shall be situated in the upper floor of the chemicals house with one constant head tank and one solution flow meter feeding dosing line. A "slight tube" or "Float and stick" depth indicator with celebrations. The tank shall be lined with 3 coats of bituminous paint by the contractor and supplied complete with the following facilities: 1. A low level drawn.2. 2. The meter shall be accurate. high level overflows land 150 mm above the base draw off leading through flanged valves and a strainer to the constant head tank.
In the conceptual design. .5 KWH. feeds the constant head tank from where alum solution.An anti-corrosive type float. The meter shall have: . 7.A bore silicate glass tube set in a welded stainless steel frame fitted with PVC flanged ends. . Each mixer shall be mounted on an overhead concrete accessible slab and fitted with a 1.2. The tank shall include the following facilities: 1) Stainless steel inlet valve with plastic float 2) A strained and valves outlet. however. a common feeder connected with all the 3 stock tanks means of separate valves on each strainer. alum dose for (8) hours requirement.7.+ 2% accuracy. 3 phase motor running at not more than 1500 RPM a reduction gearbox and a 50 mm dia stainless steel shaft and a stainless steel axial flow turbine. The shaft speed shall not exceed 150 RPM. NIKORA RWSS Page 64 .5 GRAVITY FLOW METERS: The contractor shall supply one directed reading gravity solution flow meter of the variable type.2. .4 CONSTANT HEAD TANKS AND DOSERS: The contractor shall supply two constant head tanks to feed the gravity doser.A minimum diameter of 50 mm. under the worst design .2. 3) In overflow and a drain.A maximum internal head loss of 300 mm. The tank shall be so valve that it can be fed from by one of the 3 Alum tanks. 7.3 ALUM STOCK MIXERS: The contractor shall supply (3) alum solution mixers for the alum tanks Considering average 30-mg/I.
7.2.6 DOSING ARRANGEMENTS: From the flow meter the contractor shall provide a transparent and flexible dosing line to his dosing point in the works inlet. Dosing shall be at a low level in the flash mixing chambers & raw water channel Parshall flume. 7.3 CHLORINE (DESIGN CRITERIA) The contractor shall provide sufficient chlorination capacity to enable the works operational staff to maintain a free chlorine residual of 1.0 mg/l leaving the treated water tank at any time of three month period. The contractor shall take into account that pre chlorination is essential as an algaecide, considering the qualities of raw water and also to enhance treatment or improve dicer section and to maximize the bacteriological and viral kill. Gaseous chlorine shall be drawn from a chlorine drum of 950 kg (toners) to be supplied by contractor. The chlorine drum store shall have a peak capacity for seating 6 tonners, the storing capacity of which shall be provided by the contractor. The drum store shall have overhead 3 mt. cap. HOT crane with gantry. It should be noted carefully that the cost of 3 filled chlorine toners to be included in their cost by contractor (2 in 1ine +1 in store) for post chlorination and similar arrangement with mechanism pressure feed shall be provided for pre chlorination (2 in line +1 in store) The contractor shall provide minimum 3 Nos. of chlorine toners for the gravity type chlorinators and 3 Nos. of chlorine toners for post chlorination to pure water flows, along with solution gas cylinder and injection mechanism, including the process water provision and similar mechanism shall be provided for pre chlorination (Pressure feed type) with 2 drums in line +1 in store shall be provided. Thus total 6 chlorine tonners shall be provided. Dosing lines from the chlorination shall run in duplicate to both the inlet works and the filtered water collection channel. 7.3.1 CHLORINE DEMAND AND ANTICIPATED DOSE RATES: The conceptual design based on raw water characteristic adopts the following rates of dosing: Pre-chlorination Gravity feed type -3 mg/l average
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Post chlorination Gravity feed type- 3mg/l average. The contractors shall supply the chlorinators of the capacities shown below, based on the rates of design set out herein. Pre-chlorination Gravity feed Proposed system Chlorination plants 3-kg/hr. capacity with pumps, piping, valves including tonners 3 Nos. Post chlorination Gravity feed type Proposed system Chlorination plants 2kg/hr capacity including piping, valves and toner 3 Nos. 7.3.2 CHLORINE DRUMS: Contractor should supply minimum 6 Nos. of chlorine toners and contractor should fill them at the time of 1st supply. The drums shall each have a normal capacity of 950 kg. Liquid chlorine available above I bar pressure. They shall be standard Indian manufacturers without fusible plugs and shall be of the type manufactured to the design approved by M/s Imperial chemical industries. Each drum shall be fitted with ringed or removable protective-valve cap. The drums shall be painted yellows with black concave ends and shall have the works "Liquid Chlorine" with the gross and net weight stenciled on the side in kg. Size and capacity with his tender, shown on the drawings with two rows of 3 drums cradles providing space for stock containers. Drums in storage section shall be at sufficient distance from one another for case in handling. To handle the drums to contractor shall provide an overhead travelling gantry arrangement with rails brought out of the building to lift the drums directly from the truck. The gantry arrangement shall be with manually operated travel. The gantry shall have an operational design capacity of at least 3 tones be provided with safety type of hook, a drum lifting beam, an intermediate drum weighing, machine and an manually hoist control pendant. The contractor shall arrange the layout the store ceiling height and be elevation of the gantry arrangements to permit and drum to be lifted from any credit or plinth for transfer to any location within reach of the gantry or the loading vehicle. A gantry shall serve all drum impositions and the clearance shall be such as to enable the drums to be loaded in a standard vehicle with the weighing machine attached and at least 70 cm. clearance between the drum in
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transit and the top of any drums already in position on the vehicle. The doorways shall be to outside area and shall be detailed as outward opening. Sufficient numbers of ventilators should be provided at floor level. The rooms should be moisture proof.
7.3.3 LIFTING BEAM: The contractor shall supply a purpose made rigid chlorine drum lifting beam for use with gantry hoist. The beam shall have a central lifting eye, rotating swivel and have hinged steel hooks designed to accurately and safely hold the end drum runs. 7.3.4 WEIGHTING MACHINE: The drum weighing machine shall be of the platform with level type 1 No. with 1500 kg. Capacity full scale deflection and one no. of a 2000 kg safe working load capacity dial type machine with platform. The machine hook attachment shall be fitted with a safety type catch. 7.3.5 GAS LEAKAGE DETECTION: Automatic gas leakage detectors are not required to be provided. The contractor shall however, provide four ammonia bottles with inebriating wicks and shall instruct the staff on their use. One emergency drum leakage repair kit type-B shall be provided. 7.3.6 FORCED VENTILATION: The contractor shall provide forced ventilation equipment in the chlorine store and chlorination room which shall be manually controlled by external switches outside the rooms at each door way. The ventilation option systems to be provided shall have a capacity of 15 air changes per hour upon aeration of any one switch for the store and chlorine rooms and shall extract air at ground level outside the buildings. The contractor shall provide all the purpose made ducts and outlets required. The ventilation fans and blowers shall either be inward blowing at high level (with non-dosing vents at low level) or shall be outward blowing at low level
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The chlorine room shall be accommodated in connection with chlorine drum storage on the ground floor of chemical house and arranged for a separate access from outside of the chemical house.7 CHLORINATORS: Each of the four gas metering chlorinators of requirement and types set out vide clause No.and if the latter option is selected by the contractor the machines shall be suitable for use in a damp atmosphere. NIKORA RWSS Page 68 . 7. Doorways to the room shall be shown as outward opening and preferably to the building exterior windows (Additional) should be provided at floor level in chlorination room. Pressure/ Vacuum relief valve. flashing warning lights over each and every door of the drum store and chlorination building. Behind the lights a rear engraved perplex label. Safely vent to be pipes to external atmosphere. 7. Apart from the chlorinators no other equipment shall be accommodated in the chlorine room. The lights shall be Red in Colour and shall be clearly visible at a distance of 2O meter under normal day light conditions. Substantially liner scale. At the very least they shall be clay were external construction with glazed clay blades. Internal gas inlet pressure reducing valve.3.13 WARNING LIGHTS AND SIGNS: The contractor shall provide. Manual adjustment of dose rate. The contractor shall provide an airtight glazed partition or window in the chlorinator room to enable the staff to inspect the dose without entering the room. 7.3. They shall be activated automatically by switching on the air ventilation fans or blowers. The chlorinator shall be arranged in a separate moisture proof chlorine room. Adequate externally switched lighting shall be provided and detailed by the contractor on his drawings.3.1 shall have the following facilities.
H. GWSSB. NIKORA RWSS Page 69 . FIRST FLOOR MINIMUM AREA This shall be as per requirement given in data sheet. Surat. Works Division. Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. This shall be as per requirement given in data sheet.having red letters on a white back ground shall be mounted at each and every door. DANGER "WATER SELF CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS BEFORE ENTERING WHEN LIGHT IS FLASHING” The contractor shall provide a ground plus one storey building to accommodate following constituent in it at the levels indicated and of the space as specified against them: GROUND FLOOR MINIMUM AREA. The lettering shall be a minimum of 4O mm high and the legend shall read in English and the other in Gujrati language.
The contractors' tender submission shall be deemed to include all the ancillaries for its own designs and this specification.1 LOCATION OF HAND SAMPLING POINTS: Hand samples shall be made available from at least the following points: i) Incoming raw water. Samples shall be locally obtainable at appropriate points in the process and taken to the works laboratory quality monitoring instruments.SECTION-8 WORKS ANCILLARIES 8. fully discusses the matter and presents a reasoned argument for the commission or reduction in the minimum specified requirement. Should the contractor consider certain items specified would serve to use or function his own design. 8.2.2 PROCESS SAMPLING POINTS: The contractor shall provide sampling points generously throughout the works to permit proper and adequate monitoring of the treatment process chemical solutions. he shall provide any additional items of plant or ancillary works that he consider necessary. Tendering contractors shall include all the ancillary equipment and facilities specified herein as the minimum requirement.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENT FOR WORKS ANCILLARIES: In addition to maintain the treatment process works the contractor shall provide design and supply all the other facilities. Should the contractor consider the specified minimum facilities are insufficient. 8. The relevant clauses shall be quoted in submission. chemical design and the works performance. iii) Coagulated water in the measuring flume. provided he makes specific mention of them in his tender submission. he may omit them. ii) Pre-chlorinated water prior to addition of the coagulant. NIKORA RWSS Page 70 . service and ancillary works required necessary on site to support or complement the treatment process and to provide a complete reliable and operatable treatment works in accordance with the intent and spirit of the specifications.
chamber etc. Sample pipe work shall be in H. at least following shall be provided and located in the laboratory situated on the upper floor of the chemical house. vi) Filtered water from each filter. The contractor shall ensure that his arrangements permit ready access to all the required sample points and handholds are appropriately provided for the sampling through out the works.iv) Flocculating water in the measuring flume. 8.02 M2 Square shall be positioned 400 mm under each tap and its drain piped to waste.D. i) Raw water prior to chemical dosing. NIKORA RWSS Page 71 . The quality control monitoring instruments shall be of simple mechanical to monitor the process.E. or by piped supply to conveniently positioned bib taps. are to be provided by the contractor with the laboratory equipment. A brass dish at least 0. pH indicating meter. etc.3 QUALITY CONTROL MONITORING INSTRUMENTS: The contractor shall provide sufficient permanently installed quality control monitoring instruments on line type to enable the works operators to monitor the performance and sufficiency of the treatment process. Sampling apparatus.P. bib taps in brass with cruciform handles and each sample arranged to enable a liter sample to be taken within one minute. viii) Filtered water immediately after chlorination ix) Final treated water existing upon from the chlorine contact x) Supply in each of the outlet mains leaving the works.2 HAND SMAPLING POINTS: Hand sampling shall be (as appropriate) by disposing tanks. v) Combined supply to the filters. 8. Sample taps shall generally be about I M. vii) Filtered water prior to chlorination. above floor or access level and be identified by an adjacent wall mounted notice 30 mm x 150 mm (block lettering on a white background). channels. containers.
(The instrument finds. It is easy to calibrate and operate for routine works. 10.Turbidity indicating meter ii) Incoming water to the filter battery pH indicating meter Turbidity indicating meter. This instrument operates on standard 230 Volts supply. Accuracy : +/. Turbidity indicating meter Turbidity record on a strip chart. Chlorine residual indicating meter 8. The moving coil meter with markings from 0. Range of 1. The instrument is fabricated from sheet metal and has an elegant finish. Oscillation : 0.3.100 indicates turbidity of solutions in NTU after standardization.02 NTU due to particle movement NIKORA RWSS Page 72 . pH indicating meter. iii) Filtered water prior to the addition of chlorine. Use of modem electronics offer stable and trouble free operation. 100 and 4000 NTU. Drift : +/. wide applications in laboratories and industries for water treatment and its analysis).1 NEPHELO-TURBIDITY METER TYPE 131: INTRODUCTION: SYSTRONICS NEPHELO: Turbidity meter is designed to measure the contents of suspended material in solution. SPECIFICATION: Range : From 0 to 500 NILJ in four decadic.1% of full scale in 10 and 100 NTU range. iv) Final treated water leveling the contract tank.2% of full scale in 1 and 4000 NTU range.
0. NIKORA RWSS Page 73 . 1.1 P. iii) Light shield 8.O mv .0.1 digit Stability 0. 0. laboratories Hyderabad-500 004 8.H. millivolt M.2.H.Supply: 230 V AC + 10% at 50 Hz.3. Power Consumption: 25 VA approx (*subject to accuracy of calibration standards) 8.5 and 2.0 ppm.V.2 degree C. Temperature 0.3.1 digit +0.5.2 degree C.3 CHLOROSCOPE: SPECIFICATIONS: (1) Range 0 1. kand 4 for pH) with auto polarity decimal paint c'ation by LED.3.+1 DIGIT +1.0 pH as per hour Standardisation +1 pH approx Range Display & Mode annum digit 7 segment LeDs (e for temp. (2) Make Water chem. 0. Repeatbility +0. 1.2 ACCESSORIES: i) Box containing 4 Nos. of matched flat bottom test tube of size 23-x 80 mm ii) Cell rised for 0 to 500 NTU range.01 P.4 pH-METER 1) Specification: pH Range 0 to 14 pH Mill voltage 0 to 99 gmv Temporary Range 0 to I 00 degree C Resolution P.
4. as appropriate.Power supply Electrode accessories Electrode stand instruction Manual 8. 8. The contractor's proposal shall be submitted with this tender and the final design shall be submitted to the Engineer for approval to manufacture.5 WORKS MINIC DIAGRAM: The contractor shall provide a mimic diagram of the process and pumping Masons for display in the office located on the upper floor of chemical house. NIKORA RWSS Page 74 .5.1 MAIN LINE FLOW. Depth of chemical stock tanks by glass tubes or float and level stick devices. It shall be manufactured in rear engraved perplex and arranged and coloured to illustrate schematic of the main flows and processes in the treatment plant. 8.1 NOTICE BOARD: The contractor shall provide a wall mounted notice board in the chemical house and filter gallery to enable current operational data on the works to be displayed.4. The diagram shall be wall mounted and at least two meters long and one meter high.4. 8. Filter air scour pressure. 8.2 CHEMICAL TANKS: Chemical solution tanks levels: Local calibrated indication only on the depth of chemical stock tanks kby glass tubes or float and level stick devices. The requirement in the works shall include the following main monitor: Local rate of flow measurement at the inlet works flume.2 OTHER MEASUREMENT. Time in the chemical house and the filter gallery transmission of each water rate to the filter gallery. as appropriate. The board shall be 3 m2 in area and suitable for the display of coloured plug in lettering and numerals on a white perforated background.
Pipes work fittings etc. The plaque shall be manufactured to a design to be provided by the Engineer.Sufficient colour lettering and numerals shall be provided in 4 district colour to enables shall be provided in 4 district col6ur to enable the board to be completely filled in any two of the four colours. NIKORA RWSS Page 75 . The board and lettering shall be of standard Indian manufacture.2 WORKS PLAQUE: The contractor shall allow in his tender for all provision of a solid cast bronze wall plaque which shall be "unveiled" at an opening ceremony following the commissioning of the works. housing down external and internal structures. the design inscription and location of the plate shall be to the approval of the Engineer. by tapping the wash water line.6. chambers and channels. flushing chemical feed pipes. 8.6 SERVICE WATER & PRESSURISED SUPPLY Pumped and gravity service water systems shall be provided by the contractor to enable a supply of chemical solutions. if he so wishes. It shall be not more than 500 x 1000 mm area 10 mm thick with raised lettering commemorating the occasion. 8. cleaning the works. erect his own name plate in the works.3 CONTRACTORS NAME PLATE: The contractor may. The plate shall not exceed 400 mm 600 mm. shall provided the contractor to ensure that adequate supplies are available for the works and that can fill any two stock tanks with water within 20 minutes. domestic supply and any other purpose required by the contractor's design.5. 8. what conveys pressure water from the ESR in the premises. This wash water line is to be supplied by the contractor and is included in the filtration works. 8.5.1 CHEMICAL HOUSE SERVICE WATER: The contractor shall arrange for pressure water supply to chemical house.
8. which he requires for the satisfactory operation of the works.7. These details together with complete calculations shall be included in the tender submission. falls. He shall all include in his supply the wastewater discharge main connected with all the branches provided to collect and dispose the waste product from the works finally leading to final sludge collection chamber. diameters and levels of all drains leading from any part of the works arranged by them in order to suit their own design.1 INTER CONNECTING PIPE WORK & DRAINS: The contractor shall provide all the inter connecting pipe work required in the works to provide a complete operable works. 8. The piping shall be done as specified in data sheet. The contractor shall include all the jointing materials and test rings required for the installation and testing of any of the pipes works to be laid and shall specify the exact location of the line falls and levels required. Particular attention shall be paid to facilitate cleaning of alum tanks.8. Waste disposal shall be by gravity. underground pipe work and pipes to be built into structures shall be cast iron/MS and where the built in pipe is through a water concrete wall it shall incorporate an integral paddle flange.7 WASTE DISPOSAL: The contractor shall arrange the works and shall made provision for the removal of all waste product by gravity flow from the various units to the through sludge collection chamber to be provided by the contractor in the same campus. Wastewater shall be removed from site in a closed conduct generally. Unless otherwise specified all inter connecting pipe work. The contractor shall indicate at the time of tendering the location and required capacity of all drainage points. Tendering contractors shall specify the rate of flow. The contractor shall finalize the complete drainage requirement within 4 months of the date of acceptance of the tender. channels etc.2 CHEMICAL WASTE & DRAINAGE FROM THE WORKS: NIKORA RWSS Page 76 .7.
tanks. to chamber. Inter connecting pipe works which include by passes. (iii) Flow and depth monitors. Drainage branches from each work.The drainage from all the works including chemical works. 8. NIKORA RWSS Page 77 . inlet works.8 GENERAL: The contractor shall design provide and install at least following items a set out herein: (i) Process sampling points. tank. reservoirs etc. (iv) Works mimic diagram (v) Notice boards. The domestic sewage from the latrines and toilets in the chemical house. from inlet works to proposed filtration works from proposed clarifier to existing filtration works (Filter influent channel) from existing common filter influent channels to proposed common filter influent channel.) to be gravity drained and arranged to empty out or drain down in contents within a reasonable period in al I weathers. from proposed inlet chamber to existing inlet chamber. (vi) Works plaque. The contractor shall arrange the work layout and details to enable any part of the works (wet chambers channels. All the bye passes shall provided in CI/MS pipes. shall be collected separately. Septic tank with soak pit to treat domestic waste including providing and connecting the effluent from the soak pit to the common drainage line. clarification works shall be collected and carried in a common drain carrying main leading to a natural stream through a sludge collection chamber. (vii) Chemical house service water (viii) Serviceable supply (ix) High pressure water in case of tenders own design if required. to the common drainage line including providing common drainage lines and chambers. and treated in a septic tank and the effluent shall be connected to the common carrying main. channel etc. (ii) Quality control monitoring instruments.
Works Division GWSSB. NIKORA RWSS Page 78 .(x) Disposal of liquid waste products from the works the natural stream through drainage collection chamber.H. Bharuch. Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P.
selector switch with ammeter. From main power station transformer contractor at his own cost shall carry out onward works. four out going feeder to various points volt meter. rated at 500-V16A. Each of the units getting fetched from MCC-1 with a power requirement less dm 7. one single phase preventor.3 MOTOR CONTROL SUB CENTRE 1 EACH FOR WATER PUMP AND AIR BLOWER The control centre shall be of sheet steel construction (2 mm thick) and shall comprise of one incoming switch fuse unit rated at 500 V/100 A with fuse element 80-A.1 GENERAL: Elaborate Laboratory shall have to be provided under the scope of works. which will fulfill the present and proposed demand. fuse element rated at 500 V/32-A. fuse element rated at 20-A. with a switch fuse unit. power factor meter. YB lamps. 9. Five out going lines with one spare rated at 500 V-32-A with a switch fuse unit. is proposed under this head. fuse element rated at 25-A six outgoing lines with one spare.5 mm thick) comprising of three current transformers. one timer. and three R. three indicating R.SECTION-9 ELECTRICAL POWER INSTALLATION 9. 9. This shall also comprise of appropriate rated outgoing lines. one air circuit breaker with a symmetrical breaking current of I 00 A.5 HP shall be provided with local push button (ON-OFF) controls and the ones with a power NIKORA RWSS Page 79 . with switch fuse unit. Capacity.2 SUPPLY TRANSFORMER & POWER CONTROL CENTRE: An electrical power control centre of sheet steel construction (Min 2. Main power station for achieve the power from GEB located in layout plan. Main Control Panel One main distribution panel with 6 sub panels as specified in data sheet shall be provided. The works shall include. For the proposed treatment works owner shall arrange 440 V power at a convenient point within the site. YB indicating lamps shall be provided. three over load relays.
indicating lamps. Y.7 OTHER REQUIREMENTS: All the electrical equipment shall be suitable for the following site conditions. with convenience on-off switches. where from supply shall be made available from required out door and in plant lighting through appropriate cabling. stop. fuse element 200-A on the incoming feeder four going lines with one spare and with switch/fuse unit on each of the lines. up to 20 HP shall be provided with Star-Delta Starters. 9. Attitude Less than 200 M Ambient temperature 60 degrees C.3% Necessary protective devices to cope up with the above condition shall be provided. Each of the above feeders shall have an Ammeter selector switch and an ammeter connection through current transformer. FLASH MIXER.5 MAIN LIGHTING BOARD -1 NO: One of the feeders from PCC shall supply power to the main lighting board with a switch fuse unit 500 V/100-A. NIKORA RWSS Page 80 . rated at 50ON 100-A.ALUM MIXING MECHANISM & LIGHTING) This shall be of sheet steel construction (2 mm thick) and shall comprise of one switch / fuse unit rated at 500 V/250-A. push buttons for staff. Supply for four sublighting distribution boards shall be obtained from the main lighting board. trip). 9.4 MOTOR CONTROL SUB CENTRE-3 (CLARIFLOCCULATOR.5 HP. autotransformers and contractors indicating lamps (Start.6 CAPACITOR FEEDER: A feeder from power control centre to the capacitor shall be provided with switch fuse unit 500-A/I 50-A with fuse element 100-A switch shall control for sub-feeders with switch fuse units 500-A/32-A with fuse element 25-A.requirements more than 7. one local remote switch. 9. 9. stop. reset. B. Voltage variation 1 +/. three R. one single phase preventor. fuse element 50-A one timer three overload relays. and an energy meter.6% Frequency variation 1 +-/.
– 5 Nos. (c) Bulbs point incl.30 Nos. 9. (a) Tube light point including cost of tube light . (d) Sodium lamp with weather shed post cable switch etc. The chlorination room shall have vapor proof and corrosion proof fighting fittings. 200 Watt. Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. Cost of fan ISI mark .9.8 POINT WIRING & CABLING: The internal electrical point wiring shall be either of not dipped galvanised or PVC.I 0 Nos. (b) Fan point incl. Works Division GWSSB. Bharuch NIKORA RWSS Page 81 . All other cables shall be armoured Aluminium conductor PVC sheathed and shall be adequately rated.9 LIGHTING LEVELS: It includes 15 AMP light point .5 nos.40 Nos.H.6 Nos. (e) Flood light 500 watt . Cost of bulb .3 No.
fume cupboards. Equipment shall be provided for chemical analysis and physical routine examinations. internal wall NIKORA RWSS Page 82 . tables. Later drawing (within four months of tender acceptance) shall include the positions of RCC platform revolving steel stools. Amp. internal laboratory water supply and waste drainage. bacteriological laboratory and storeroom giving on overall total floor area of not less than 30 m2. Wastewater drainage from the laboratory area will be provided under the civil works and will be connected to sludge drainage line.SECTION-10 WORKS LABORATORY 10. Laboratory purpose (category-II) The laboratory area shall be situated on the first floor of chemical laboratory. 5 and 15. cone drains water standard taps. fully furnished and equip a complete works laboratory category-II as per CPHEED manual for overall process control.2 DESIGN OF LABORATORYThe layout of the laboratory area including the positioning of fittings and service outlets shall be common to the general principles set out herein and shall in every way be suitable for use for water works. The contractor shall submit with his tender drawings the overall arrangement of the laboratory area. The laboratory installations by the contractor include the supply of benching. sinks.50) and details to enable the contractor's internal regarding laboratory configurations and internal arrangements to be clear and peruse. fume cupboards etc. There shall be external windows along at least one third of the total peripheral wall length of the laboratory to allow working to occur during normal day light hours without the use of auxiliary light sources.1 GENERAL: The contractor shall arrange. plumbing. 10. Plug point and stability indicator. treatment. monitoring chemical solutions. testing general water quality analysis and routine quantity monitoring instruments maintenance. electric power and lighting installations. Thee drawings shall be of such scale l (at least 1.
The width and shall be 0.2. The item includes 4 Nos. Each cupboard shall be made from teak wood frame with glass pane of required size with Kota stone partitions.3 TOOLS: The contractor shall supply a minimum of 4 nos. exhaust fan wall clock tables.1 LABORATORY FURNITURE & FITTINGS: Laboratory furniture and fittings shall be of a quality appropriate to a water works laboratory and conform to all relevant Indian Standards in addition to the requirements given herein.2 PLATFORM: RCC platform suitable for laboratory testing purpose. The top and sides of the platform shall be covered with the tiles of approved quality and size. wall cupboards shelving steel racks.I.2.75 mt. 10.S. and length 60. 10.2.divisions.4 WALL CUPBOARDS: Wall cupboards 2 Nos. 10. The vertical wall above the platform up to lintel level shall also be covered with white glazed tiles. complete shall be shown. The shelving shall be suitable for the storage of laboratory NIKORA RWSS Page 83 . 10. vertical and horizontal partitions of Kota stone for supporting platform suitable for fixing shutters and drawers as per the instruction of Engineer-in-charge. The Kota Stone supplied by agency conform to all relevant B. room doors and windows. shall be provided in the General Chemical Laboratory to give a minimum available shelf area of 1.5 SHELVING: Fixed shelving of Kota stone shall be provided in the store room attached to the wall switch a minimum shelf area of 2 square meters maximum height from ground 1800 mm. Contractor shall provide necessary shutters and drawers made from approved quality ply wood and sun mica.2. steel tables for the work. The cupboard shall be in harmony with platform. revolving steel stools suitable for use at the platform and 2 Nos.2.20 square meters. chairs and steel store well etc.00 mt. 10.
75 . All sinks and cone drains shall be supplied with traps. finished. maximum centers. chemical and consumables.apparatus.. 10-3. Adequate numbers of draw off taps and stop valves shall be provided to allow sections of the installation to be isolated and drained down.2 WASTE PIPE: All waste pipes and fittings shall be of acid resistant material. These shall be easily removable and be of the "cups" or "bottle" type. All water taps shall be made of bras and fin shed in. All operating handles shall be of the uniform shape line the letter “X”. SINKS & TAPS: General chemical laboratory shall be fitted with a stainless steel sinks of minimum basic size (LWB) 430 mm x 355 mm x 180 mm within adjacent integral single stainless steel drainer.90 mt. All water taps over cone drain shall be of the fixed swan neck tap with corrugated nozzles suitable for 8 mm to 13 mm bore flexible tubing. matt block protective paint except the taps over the stainless steel sinks.1 PUMPING. The sink and drainer to be on a level with the adjacent platform tops. of size 1.3 RACKS: The Contractor shall supply steel rack 2 Nos.3. The pipes shall be with appropriate clips of saddles fixed to the racking or structure at 1200 mm. 10. including a connection to a continuously available potable water source and pipe work within the laboratory area.20 x 0. 10. The shelving shall be supported with Kota stone bracket of required size and nos. NIKORA RWSS Page 84 .2.00 bars when half the total number of water taps are in operation. In the design of the installation the contractor shall size his pipe work such that each outlet delivers approximately to 10 liters per minute at a pressure of 1. which shall be chrome. The contractor shall supply water system to the laboratory area. The General chemical laboratory shall have at least one single outlet swan neck cold-water standard tap for burette washing.
Waste pipes shall be connected to the drainage system at these connection points using purpose made slick pipes with branch connections. SSO's shall be provided to serve the laboratories. In addition. All connections on the waste system shall be gas tight and venting shall be external. NIKORA RWSS Page 85 . To reduce block age the number of sharp returns shall be kept to the minimum. 10. These SSO's shall be uniformly distributed between the platform within the laboratories. each fume cupboard shall have double 5 and 15 Amp. Sufficient rodding eyes shall be provided in accessible positions on the waste pipes to allow all the waste system to be rodded.3.3 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION: The contractor shall supply all the complete electrical system from the distribution section of the main control panel to laboratory area panel including the lighting system. SSO's shall be provided for general purpose in each room. 10. power outlets.5 SWITCH SOCKET OUTLETS (SSO): At least 5 double 15 Amp. houses in mounting boxes on the platform over the service voids against the skirting or on separate service racks provided at Platform.3.4 LIGHTING: Ceiling lighting shall be provided to enable an illumination of 150-lum level to be achieved at all working surfaces in the laboratory area. and exhaust fan.The waste pipes shall run from the traps on sinks and drain outlets to suitable connection points. The waste pipes shall be arranged such that they fail uniformly from their highest points to the connection to the stack pipes. SSO's and 5 double 5 Amp. The self-cleaning velocities shall be achieved in the pipes to allow required emptying of sinks. 10.3. SSO's from mounted and single outlet SSO's shall be located at low level on the laboratory walls for specific purpose including the provision of power for refrigerator in the bacteriological laboratory and at least low level 15 Amp. Control switches shall be suitably positioned adjacent to the relevant room door.
5 OPERATING & MAINTENANCE INSTRUMENTS: Each item of apparatus and each instruments shall be supplied with five sets of operating and maintenance manuals in English. Following the commissioning period instructions shall continue for a period of 6 months under the contractor's training officer and under the contractor's chemists.6 CLOCK: The contractor shall provide a 250 mm diameter wall mounted clock in the General Chemical Laboratory. 10. NIKORA RWSS Page 86 .3. 10. 10.3. 10. A battery operated electronic quartz clock gravity make would be desirable.3. single-phase electricity supply to the laboratory area.7 DOORS: The doors to the storeroom and main door to the Laboratory area shall be lockable. 10.4 ELECTRIC SUPPLYAll equipment shall be compatible with 230/25O/V 50 Hz. All internal doors shall be provided with safety viewing windows. The maintenance sections of the manuals shall include a section of fault finding and possible cure and the names and address of spare part suppliers.10. the contractor shall instruct the works chemical and operating staff on the routine use of all the apparatus and equipment supplied by him for sampling analysis and examinations of the water sin the works and in the distribution system.6 SITE INSTRUCTIONS: During the commissioning period. Instructions shall be for at least 2 months period for the operating staff.8 FLOORS: Floor covering materials shall be the tiles in light shades fixed in white cement mortar with 150 mm high skirting and to be of a style compatible with the overall laboratory colour scheme.
chemicals and glassware minimum) as per the appended here with of required capacity as per norms. 7. 1 2 3 4 5 CHEMICALS: Name of chemical PH Buffer powder (4. 12 Nos Make Borosil Page 87 NIKORA RWSS . coligency. 10.10. 9.7 USE OF LABORATORY BY THE CONTRACTOR: The contractor may use a section of the laboratory space and platform for his own purpose in connection with the contract and to facilitate the proper testing and commissioning of the work. (A) Sr. No. Lowibond disc (O to 2 ppm) (B) Sr.2) Hydresin Sulphate gms Hexamethiline teramine Orthotolidone mgs Potassium Chloride gms No 6 x 10 Make Ranbaxy. Elico & Emere etc.0.8 SUPPLY OF LABORATORY INSTRUMENTS: The agency has to provide scientific instruments.D. Loba. SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS: Name of Instrument pH meter Nephelo Turbidity meter Conductivity meter Flocculator Chloroscope with solution No. Emere S. No. fie. Elico & Emere etc. 4. Systonix. 1 1 1 1 1 Make Systonix. Systonix. 1 2 3. 1 Name of Glassware Beaker No 250 mg Qty. 5. Elico & Emere etc. Systonix. 1 x 100 -do1 x 500gim -do1 x 500 -do1 x 500 -do- (C) GLASSWARE: Sr.0. Elico & Emere etc. No.
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Beaker Beaker Conical Flask Volumetric Flask Volumetric Flask Funnel Measuring Pipette Measuring cylinder 100mg 1000 mg 250 mg 250 mg 100mg 12 Nos 12 Nos 12 Nos 4 Nos 6 Nos Borosil Borosil Borosil Borosil Borosil Borosil Borosil Borosil 75 mm dia 12 Nos 10 mg 50 mg 4 Nos 3 Nos 10. Titrimetric Titrimetric Titrimetric Colorimetric Colorimetric Multipleture or membrane filtration. Electrical conductivity Electrometric Temperature Free residual chlorine Total residual chlorine Acidity Total hardness Alkalinity Nitrite nitrogen Iron Total Coliforms Mercury in Glass thermometer. Calorimetric comparison with glass discs. Photoelectric turbidity meter Electric pH meter with glass electrodes. digital display. Page 88 NIKORA RWSS .9 CHEMICAL ANALYSIS: DETERMINED Test and Odour Colour Turbidity ANALYTICALAPPROACH Subjective Comparison with standardized glass discs. Calorimetric comparison with glass discs.
Works Division GWSSB. Bharuch. NIKORA RWSS Page 89 .H.Total plate count Fecal streptococcal Petridish plating Multiple tube Membrane filtration Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P.
Only standards amended to date shall because for reference and where it is not specifically stated.2 LOW HEAT PORTLAND CEMENT: When tested in accordance with method given in IS 4032-1968 low heat Portland cement shall comply with the following requirements to its chemical composition. COMPLIANCE WITH STANDARDS: Where reference is made in this specification to a standard or code of practice issued by the Indian Standard Institution or the British Standard Institution or their equivalent. The contractor at his cost shall replace such parts.1 INTRODUCTION: This part of the specification sets out the general Standards of the materials.1 ORDINARY PORTLAND CEMENT: When tested in accordance with the methods give in IS 4032-1968 ordinary Portland cement shall comply with the Chemical requirements given in Table1.2 MSP CEMENT SPECIFICATION CHEMICAL REQUIREMENTS 2. the works 'or equipment' shall apply. The percentage of time after deduction of that necessary to combine with the sulfuric an hydride percent shall be: NIKORA RWSS Page 90 . workmanship and plant design to be supplied by the Contractor and mention of any specific materials or plant does not necessarily imply that such is indulged in the works. The Engineer shall have power to reject defective parts of parts thereof. this shall be deemed to refer to any of the standard or organization referred to in this specification. 11. which do not comply with the specifications.SECTION – 11 MATERIALS & WORKMANSHIP 11. 2.
No. 5. (iii) of Table-1. % by mass not less than 2. 6.1 In all other respects low heat Portland cement shall comply with the requirements specified at Sr.02 Alumina and iron oxide and not less than 0. I Characteristic Requirement Ratio of % of lime to Not grater than 9. 2.2 A12O3) + 0.0% Magnesia % by pass not more than 6% Total sulfate content calculated as 2.65 Fe2O3) Note : Each symbol brackets refers to the percentage (by mass of total cement) of the oxide excluding any contained in the insoluble residue referred to at Sr.Not more 2. 3. (v) and (vi) in Table -1.66 when calculated by the formula 2.00 where is S02 percentage by mass % by mass 7 or less and tricalcium aluminates greater than 7 respectively.4 (Sio2) + (1. (iv). 3. Not less than of 0.9 (SiO2 + 1.8 SiO2 + 1.2 AlxO3) + 0. Type of cement Ordinary Low heat Specific surface area Not less than 2250 cm2/g not less than 3.2 Al203_065 Fe2 03) Ratio of % of Alumina to that of iron oxide. 4.66 Insoluble residue.2. Total loss on ignition not more than 5% 2.75 to 3.0 PHYSICAL REQUIREMENT: 3.200 NIKORA RWSS Page 91 .65 (Fe2 03) Not less than 1.1 FINENESS: When tested for fineness in terms on specific surface by Blaines Air permeability method as described in IS 4031-1968 the cement shall comply with the following requirement. TABLE .I CHEMICAL REQUIREMENT FOR ORDINARY PORTLAND CEMENT Sr. No. ('i). No. (iii).
3.1 h not less than 160 100 b) 168 + or . after aeration by being spread out to a depth of 75 mm at a relative humidity of 50 to 80 percent for a total period of 7 days when the expansion of each of the two types of cement mentioned above shall not be more than 5 mm. 3.0 percent of combined mass of cement plus sand) Water and prepared stored and tested in the manner described in IS 4031-1968 shall be as material follows: Ordinary Low heat a) 72 + or . if specified by the purchaser at the time of placing the order cements having a magnesia content of less then or equal to 3 percent shall be also tested for autoclave expansion as described in IS 4031-1968 and shall not have an expansion of more than 0.2 Underrated ordinary and low heat portland cements having a magnesia cement of more than percent shall be tested for soundness by autoclave test described in IS 4031-1968 and shall not have an expansion of more than O. However. Ordinary Low heat not less 30 not less 60 not more than 600 not more than 600 a) Initial setting time in minutes b) Final setting Tune in minutes 3.1.1 when tested by the lechatelier method described in IS 4031-1968 underrated ordinary and lower heat Portland cement shall not have an expansion for more than 10 mm 3.2 h not less than 220 160 C) 672 + or -4 h not less than 350 350 NIKORA RWSS Page 92 .8 percent.4 COMPARATIVE STRENGTH: The average compressive strength of at least three mortar cubes (area of face 50 sq.2 SOUNDNESS: 3.1In the event of the cements failing to comply with the above require met a further test shall be made by the "lechatelier" method described in IS 40311968 from another portion of the same sample.mt.2.3 SETTING TIME: The setting time of the cements when tested by the vicar apparatus method described in Is 4031-1968 shall confirm to the following requirements.) composed of one part of cement three parts of standard sand (conforming to IS 560-1966) by mass and P/4 + 3.8 percent.3.2.2.
0 DELIVERY: 7.1 The cement shall be packed in bags (jute laminated CRI Type) multiply paper or polyethylene lined) bearing the manufacturer's name.4. his registered trade mark if any.7 HEAT OF HVDRATION: This requirement shall apply only to low heat cement when tested by the method in IS .1 The manufacture shall satisfy himself that the cement conforms to the requirements of this standard and if requested shall furnish a certificate to this effect to the purchaser of his representative within ten days of dispatch of the cement. 4. the words ordinary portland cement or low heat portland cement Page 93 NIKORA RWSS . Not with standing the strength requirements specified in 5. 6. b) 23 days not more than 75 coal/9. The permissible values of the transverse strength for ordinary Portland cement shall be mutually agreed to between the purchaser and the supplier at the time of placing order. 7.0 BASIS OF PURCHASE: 6.4031-1968 the heat of hydration of Portland cement shall be as followings: a) 7 days not more than 65 coal/9 and.3. 3.1 The Cement shall be stored in such a manner as to permit easy access for proper inspection and identification and in a suitable weather tight building to protect the cement from deepness and to minimize warehouse deterioration.0 MANUFACTURER'S CERTIFICATE: 5. 5.5 ordinary and low heat Portland cements shall show a progressive increase in strength from the strength at 72 h.5 By agreement between the purchaser and manufacture transverse strength test of plastic motor in accordance with the method described in IS 4031-1968 may be specified in addition to the test specified in 5.6 3.0 STORAGE: 4.1 Types are specified the requirements of ordinary Portland cement shall govern.4 and 5.
5 percent per bag with in over all tolerance of plus or minus 0. The temperature range within which physical tests may be carried out shall be as far as possible be plus ormolus 2 degrees C.1 Sampling or samples for testing may be taken by the purchaser or his representative or by any person to superintend the work for purpose of which the cement is required or by the latter's representative. Bags shall be in good condition at the time of inspection. 8. 7.) 7.1.1 Similar information shall be provided in the delivery advises accompanying the shipment of packed or bulk cement Sec.2 NIKORA RWSS .3 9.(depending upon the type of cement and the number of bags (not less) to the tonne or the approximate net mass of the cement shall be legibly marked in each bag.2 In addition to the requirements of 8.2 The net mass of each bag shall be 50 kg. 7.1.2 The samples shall be taken within one week of the delivery and all the tests shall be commenced within one week of sampling. Page 94 9. The manufacturer of supplier shall afford every facility and shall provide all labour and materials for taking and packing the samples for testing the cement and for subsequent identification of cement sampled. 8. The permissible tolerance on the mass of cement supplied in bags shall be plus or minus 2. and procedure of sampling shall be in accordance with IS 3535-1966.0 SAMPLING: 8. Supplies of cement in bulk may be made by arrangement between the purchaser and the supplier (a manufacturer or stockiest. The actual temperature during the testing shall be recorded.3 184.108.40.206 TESTS: 9.5 percent per Wagon load of 20 to 25 Tonne.2 The bags or packages may also be marked with the ISI certification mark. the methods.3) 7.1 The sample samples of cement for test shall be taken as described in 10 and shall be tested in the mariner described in the relevant clauses. 7. 8.
4.2 The manufacturer shall supply free of charge the requirements for testing unless otherwise specified in the inquiry and order the cost of the tests shall be borne as follows: (a) By the manufacturer if the results show that the cement does not comply with the requirement of this standard and (b) By three purchaser if the results show that the cement complies with the requirements of this standard 9. resisting metals.9. 11. 10. All parts indirect contact with various chemicals shall be completely resistant to corrosion or abrasion by these chemicals and shall also maintain their NIKORA RWSS Page 95 .1 Cement may be rejected if it does not comply with any of the requirements of this specification. 10.0 REJECTION: 10.3 MATERIALS GENERAL: All materials incorporated in the works shall be the most suitable for the duty concerned and shall be new and of first class commercial quality free from imperfection and selected for long life and minimum maintenance.2 Cement remaining in bulk storage at the mill prior to shipment for more than six months or cement in bags in local storage in the hands of a vendor for more than 3 months after completing of tests may4x rejected before used and may be rejected if it fails to conform to any of the requirements of this specifications.4.3 The quantity of water required to produce a paste of standard consistency to be used for the determination of the water content of mortar for the compressive strength tests and for the determination of soundness and setting time shall be obtained by the method described in IS 4031-1968.1 If the purchaser or his representative required independent tests the samples shall be taken before or immediately after delivery at the option of the Purchase or his representative and the tests shall be carried out in accordance with this standard on the written instructions of the purchaser or his representative. 9. 9.4. All submerged moving parts of the plants shall be of corrosion.3 After representative sample has been drawn tests on the sample shall be carried out as expeditiously as possible.
11. etc. conduits cable trays.6 DESIGN LIFE: All materials and equipment shall be designed for long life and shall be suitable for continuous 24 hours per day operation for prolonged period with a NIKORA RWSS Page 96 . The Contractor shall be fully responsible for security against thefts. All equipment's shall operate without excessive vibration and with minimum of noise. All moving. shall be drilled by the contractor and all fastening and fixing work shall be carried out before the final plastering is done. line and equipment. exposure to light or any other cause. Dust proof casing shall be provided wherever necessary all equipment shall operate without excessive vibrations and with minimum of noise. All holes required for fixing the pipes small plant items. Particular attention shall be paid to prevention of corrosion due to close proximity of dissimilar metals. shall be carefully examined before fixing the instruments in position. rotating parts shall be in balance statically and dynamically so that when running at normal to maximum load. 11. The cost of drilling holes and providing fastenings shall be included in the contract price. there is no vibration due to imbalance. The Employer on this account will pay no extra charge. All directive marks like arrow. etc. Finish".5 ERECTION GENERAL: All equipment shall be erected true to the designed level. open close positions of valves. The entire erection of the equipment shall be as per manufacturer's directions. All similar items of plants and spares shall be perfectly inter chargeable.4 WORKMANSHIP GENERAL: Workmanship and general finish shall be of first class quality and in accordance with the best workmanship practice and shall provide what is generally recognized as "Water Works. 11. Dust proof casing shall be provided wherever necessary.properties without again due to the passage of time. if any. upper and downward side etc. before actually taxing the possession of the plant. It shall be the contractor's responsibility to see that the alignment of the plant is well maintained during the tenure of the contract. breakage.
subject to wear shall have a life from new to replacement or repair of less than years of continuous normal operation and where major dismounting is required to replace a part. The structure of the castings shall be homogeneous and free from non-metallic inclusions and other injurious defects. All surfaces of castings.minimum of maintenance and contractor may be called upon to demonstrate this for any component either by the service record of similar equipment elsewhere or by records of extensive type tests. Except for consumable items such as gland packing carbon brushes etc. 11. The coats shall be of different shades of distinguish them from each other.9 CASTINGS: All cast iron shall be of standard Greg close. which normally required replacement more frequently. No alternations shall be made to any previously approved detailed of weld preparation without prior approval of the Engineer. NIKORA RWSS Page 97 . All metal.quality to appropriate Indian standard or better. decreased. All parts subjected to hydraulic pressure tests shall be painted after the tests are successfully carried out. Generally four coats concerned surface shall be applied. The equipment manufactured in steps shall be per-painted or coated by the manufacturer to give a standard finish. No such welding shall be Carryout before the Engineer has signified his approval of the details proposed. All tests.8 WELDING: In all cases where welds are liable to be highly stressed the contractor shall supply to the Engineer before fabrication commence detailed drawings of all sleds and weld preparation proposed. shall be carried out in the presence of the Engineer. dried before painting. 11. shall be smooth and shall be carefully fettled to remove all foundry irregularities. Welders shall be qualified in accordance with the requirements of appropriate section of Indian standards. no part. which are not machined. if required. 11. such life shall be not less than ten years. work assembled in the plant shall be thoroughly cleaned.7 METALWORKS: All metals used in the works shall be most suitable for the purpose.
Non-destructive tests will be required for any casting containing defects whose extent cannot otherwise be judged or to determine that repair welds have been properly made. The name of the maker and particulars of the heat treatment proposed for each such forging shall be submitted to the Engineer The Engineer may inspect such forging at the place of manufacture with a representative of the contractor.10 FORGING: All major stress-bearing forging shall be made to a standard specification.Minor defects not exceeding 12. Bolts shall be of sufficient length so that on thread shall show through the nuts when in the fully tight end conditions. which shall be submitted to the Engineer for approval before work is commenced. They shall be subject to internal examination and non-destruction tests for the detection of flaws and shall be heat-treated for the relief of residual stresses.11 NUTS. If the removal of metal for repair should reduce the stress-resisting cross section of the casting by more than 25% (percent) or to such an extent that the computed stress in the remaining metal exceeds the allowable stress by more than 25 percent then that casting may be rejected. The Engineer shall be notified or large defects and no repair welding of such defects shall be carried out without prior approval. 11. Studs and washers for in corporation in the plant shall conform to the requirements of the appropriate Indian or other approved standard. Fitted bolts shall be a light driving fit in the reamed holes they occupy. 11. BOLTS. STUIDS & WASHERS: Nuts.5 percent of total metal thickness and which will not ultimately affect the strength and serviceability of the casting may be prepared by approved welding techniques. NIKORA RWSS Page 98 . Casting repaired by welding for major defects shall be stress relieved after such welding. Shall have the screwed portion of a diameter such that it will not be demanded in driving and shall be marked in a conspicuous position to ensure correct assembly at site. Nuts and bolts for pressure parts shall be of the best quality bright steel machined on the shank and under the head and nut. bolts.
(b) Bituminous painted surfaces shall receive two coats approved bituminous paint. 11. (d) All indoor parts.12 TOOLS: A Complete set of necessary special tools and test equipment shall be supplied by the Contractor to enable any erection dismantling or testing to be carried out on any part o the plant. gauges. which are submerged in water. locking devices and anti-vibration arrangements shall be provided where necessary and shall be subject to the approval of the Engineer. 11. Where that is a risk of corrosion. After erection all metal work shall be painted as follows: Surface painted with red oxide of iron primer or with oil based under coats shall receive two under coats and one finishing coat of an approved oil based paint. nuts and screws.Washers. the same shall be inspected and damaged portions shall be cleaned and given the primer and under coat of similar paint. instruments and electrical equipment shall be chromium or copper nickel-plated. mechanical or any other nature during the life of the plant and shall be listed separately. All bolts. taper washers shall be fitted where necessary to ensure that no bending stress is caused in the bolt. (c) Galvanized surfaces shall be primed with chromate primer followed by two under coats and one finishing coat of approved oil base paint. Where bolts pass through structural members. decreased before application of any paint. After arrival of the equipment on site. shall be made of nickel-bearing stainless steel. Normally the initial coats shall be applied in the manufacturer' ship. grease guns band any other special tools. whether of an electrical. cleaned. bolts and studs shall be designed to that the maximum stress in the bolt and nut does not exceed half the yelled stress of the materials under all conditions.13 PAINTING: All items of metal work shall be thoroughly washed dried. test rigs that may be required during the life of the plant. The tools provided shall include wrenches. Page 99 (a) NIKORA RWSS . The tools shall not be used for the erection of the equipment's being supplied and must be handed over to the Engineer in a completely new and unused conditions..
Sr 1 Surface All railings. Treatment Galvanization and two coats of approved oil paint of approved shade Bituminous paint 2 3 4 approved oil paint of approved shades Chromium or nickel plating. pipes for water supply. The Contractor shall study and follow this property. conveyance and delivery of the plant. Attached by means of service bolts (which shall not be used at site) or by other approved means. including the effects rain. Bolts and other small items shall not normally weight more than 500 kg. valves and fittings shall be protected by wooden disc. against corrosion and incidental damage. Prior to dispatch all plant shall be adequately protected by painting or by other approved means for the whole period of transit storage and erection. Mild steel ladders. temperature and hum. The plant shall be packed to withstand rough handling in transit and all packing shall be suitable for storage including possible delays in transit. instruments etc. Gross No one package or bundle shall NIKORA RWSS Page 100 . The contractor shall be deemed to have included in the Schedule of process for all materials and packing cases necessary for the safe packing. The flanges of pipes. high. The sleeves and flanges of flexible couplings shall be handled by wire. The contractor shall clearly indicate the surface treatment for all metallic parts of the plants in the schedule of particulars in details 11.id atmospheres.14 PROTECTION AND PACKING FOR TRANSPORTATION: Before any plant is dispatched from the manufacturer's works it shall be properly prepared and packed and the contractor shall give the Engineer at least fourteen days notice that preparations are to commence. panels etc. Causes containing rubber rings. Submerged metallic parts and their projections above water level Metal parts above water level All indoor fixtures parts. flooring etc. Equipment.The following Table gives the nature of surfaces and paints to be used.
11.18 LIGHTING: The contractor shall ensure that any structure or installation provided by him in adequately designed to minimize damage to the works from lighting. commissioning and setting to work. which will be normally subject to waste during erection. Every crate or package shall contain a packing list in a waterproof envelope.16 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: The contractor shall provide an adequate supply of approved fire extinguishers and refills for the works in these regards he shall consult the Engineer as to the suitability of the appliance. Lighting conductors shall be designed in accordance with the latest edition of the appropriate Indian Standard core of practice. The facilities shall be fully available on the day of the commencement of erection of the plant.15 ALLOWANCE FOR WASTAGE: The contractor shall supply as specified and to the satisfaction of the Engineer reasonable excess quantities to cover wastage of those materials.17 FIRST AID FACILITIES: The Contractor shall provide complete that first aid facilities for this staff (and others) till the date of the handling over the works. NIKORA RWSS Page 101 .contain items of plant intended for incorporation in more than one section of the works. All creates packing etc. shall be clearly marked with a water proof material to show the weight and where the slings should be attached and shall also have an indelible identification mark relating them to the packing lists. which he proposes to supply. A duplicate copy of the packing list shall be sent by post to the Engineer's Representative at site. 11. All items of plant shall be clearly marked for identification against the packing list. 11. 11.
Pipes carrying chemical solutions or suspensions or gases shall be selected according to the properties of the chemical. conveyance and delivery galvanized steel pipes shall confirm to the proper Indian Standards. settled or filtered water shall be cast iron. NIKORA RWSS Page 102 . Proper indication colour code shall be provided as per the standard practice. shall conform to the arrest revision of the appropriate Indian Standards and shall be to a class in excess of the maximum pressure they will attain in service including any surge pressure and shall be supplied by an approved manufacturer.11.19 PIPES AND PIPE WORK: Pipes carrying raw. Drain cocks shall be provided to empty the pipes wherever necessary. as equivalent non-standard specials shall be avoided. The cast iron pipes with spigot and socket and case shall also comply with the relevant Indian Standards. This can conveniently be done by the use of the Flange adducer. to avoid sagging. Lining of all pipe line shall be carried out as per the contract drawings and pipes in trenches shall be laid to uniform inclination and supported on a bed of granular material prior to testing and back-filling and the contractor shall be responsible for setting that the work is carryout efficiently. Steel pipe work shall process for all materials and packing cases necessary for the safe packing. in consultation with the representative of as Engineer. All pipes work and fittings etc. All pipes shall be tested at the manufacturer's work at twice the working head of 1 1/2 times the maximum work head whichever is great. The pipe work installation shall be so arranged to office or dismantling and removal of pumps or other major items of equipment. All underground pipelines shall be properly painted as per the standard practice. Please carrying air shall be cast iron. The internal surface of al pipe work should be through clear before and during erection and before the pipe work is placed commission. Jointing shall be kept to a minimum All-flexible pipes shall be supported on walls etc.
unless specified otherwise. Butter fly valves shall have high nitrate rubber seats preferably metal reinforce. Valves used on chemical line shall be manufactured of materials suitable for the purpose and to withstand the corrosive and aggressive action of the chemicals concerned. suitable flange adopters may be provided. Sluice valves shall be given gunmetal faces and guides and shall not be installed in an inverted position. sill be straight type and non checkable. The non-return valves on the main pump delivery branches shall possess high speed closing characteristic with minimum shock on closing where the valves are required to be operated electrically. Manual operation of valves shall be possible against the maximum unbalanced head. unless otherwise specified and shall be installed in the pipe work in such a manger that they can easily be removed from the line for dismantling and replacement of the rubber seats. gearing being provided as necessary. NIKORA RWSS Page 103 . shall be sized to guarantee valve closure at the maximum possible differential pressure across the valve.21 AIRBLOWER/COMPRESSOR: The suitable capacity compressor/blower shall be supplied by the contractor for a mixed water and air wash to filters. gears and headstocks shall be provided with adequate points for lubrications. These will be tested at the manufacturer's shop and such test certificate shall be provided on demand. Each actuator shall be supplied complete with installations instruction and wiring diagrams and sufficient spare parts.20 VALVES: All valves to be supplied and fixed in this plant shall be of ISI marked only. AU valves shall have open/ close rotational directions marked clearly on the wheels. All packing glands shall permit replacement of packing while the valve is on lines. For this purpose. Valves used on sludge conveyance piping etc. It shall be possible either to remove replace or condition the valves seats and to remove the gates without removing the valves from the pipe work. actuators.11. Each valve or its operation equipment shall bear an approval nameplate stating its function. 11. All valves shall be designed for manual operations. All operation spindles.
The design manufacturing. It also includes on no. chlorine drums and other such chemical. platform goods. which may be used for the water treatment process from time to time and the scale. Weighting capacity with platform lever type to be supplied. testing erection and commissioning of the weighting scale shall conform to the latest revision of the relevant IS Code. One number of 2000 kgs. and Tahoe Indian Factories Act. The units shall be complete with reflux. The weighting scale shall be used for weighing alum. Item of work not specifically stated in this specification. Weighing capacity with platform and dial type to be supplied. consisting of compound levers. One number of 500 kgs.23 GENERAL ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS: The following specifications shall be applicable to all the electrical equipment furnished and erected under this contract.22 WEIGIHNG SCALE: The weighing scale shall be of platform type. Indian Electricity (Supply). 11. The equipment offered shall comply with the relevant Indian Standards or equivalent standards. For the purpose of designing equipment in ambient temperature of 50 C should be considered. but which are necessary for meeting the requirements of this specification shall be included in this scope. 11. blocks. Act. and receptacle and coupled to a dial type indicator. shall be adequately designed for this.The blowers shall be of the twin Lola type /root type to be provided with inlet filter and silencer and the entire unit shall be complete with water cooling system driven by squirrel cage induction motors. NIKORA RWSS Page 104 . The platform shall be capable of accepting concentrated loads and shall be provided with a locking arrangements which will permit replacement of the load continuously on it without its weight being transferred to the levees and the measuring system. The electrical equipment/ installation shall comply with the requirements of the Indian Electricity Rules. A spare pulley shall be provided for each unit so that the blower speed can be reduced by 10% to reduce output. Indian electricity Act. stop and safety valves etc. unit as stand bye set.
Terminal Box Terminal box shall be suitable for aluminum cable and can be rotated in 90. fittings. QUALITY AND WORKMANSHIP: All the materials. front non-drought compartmentalized.S.25 MOTOR CONTROL CENTRE: M. Cooling shall be ICO 141 as per IS: 6362 Bearing Bearings shall be plain or roller type. Ambient Temperature 500C Insulation All motors shall be insulated with Class-B insulation's. portion shall be given decreasing. used in the electrical installations shall conform to the Indian Standard Specification wherever these exist. samples shall be submitted for the Engineer's approval. controls etc. sheet M. defusing NIKORA RWSS Page 105 . motors starters.C. All the equipment shall be designed as per the standard code of practice and in conformity with the specifications.C.24 ELECTRIC MOTORS: Squirrel cage induction motors suitable for 425 V± 6% phase 50-Hertz ± 3% A. Similar to Semen's M. fan cooled. The contractor shall design all the electrical equipment like switchboard. In the case of materials for which Indian Standard Specifications do not exist. 11. Enclosure for indoor use shall be pun and for outdoor use IP 55 as per IS: 469 1. 11. capable of running continuously at a brake horse power not less than 10 % in excess of that absorbed by the plant under any operation conditions. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS INSTRUCTIONS The electrical installation shall comply wherever applicable with current codes and standards of Indian Standards institute IS-732-1968 IS Guide for electrical layout in residential buildings.C. All motor shall be totally enclosed.S. and submit a detailed drawings. supply shall be provided. single. Bearing number shall be punched on the nameplate of each motor. shall be freestanding.The equipment’s offered shall be suitable for installation and trouble free operation in the climatic conditions.
Bus bar shall be housed in a top bush or chamber of the M. 20% spare feeders of starter 1 No. connections and supports shall be able to withstand the worst conditions of electrical short circuits. 11.C.mm. mm and control wire 2. Such the door cannot be opened while the switches are in "NO" position. comprising paper. NIKORA RWSS Page 106 .C. protective fuses and terminals for the connections of a 3-core supply cable.5 sq. A earth bus bar of 25 mm x 3 mm shall be provided at the bottom of the M.C.E. The Mechanical and electric strength of Bus bar. A removable underlined cable gland plate shall be provided. enclosure shall be IP 42.V. Capacitors shall comprise assembly of units mounted on frames with suitable trucking screening interconnections or shall be housed in ventilated sheet steel enclosures. Cast raisin insulators shall support bus bar.26 CAPACITORS: Motor shall is necessary be provided with separate capacitors to correct the power factor of the machine to 0.C. feeder for lighting and 1 No.90 logging or above. and shall be wrapped with colour coated polyester taps.C. Terminals shall be of Elemex make. SWITCHGEAR: All the switcher components shall be either Simmons/Larsen and Turbo/Culture Hammer E. foil or plastic film impregnated with oil or synthetic electrolyte.C. WIRING: Inter panel wiring shall be done with 650/1 1 00 V grade P. feeder for welding shall be provided. All switches shall be interlocked with the door. Minimum size of power wire shall be 4 sq. insulated copper wire only. make only.C. BUSBARS: Electrolytic copper bus bar of a rating 50 mm x 6 mm /phase and 25 mm x 3 mm / Natural shall be provided. In either case capacitors shall be complete with all necessary interconnections. Porcelain insulators are not acceptable. discharge devices.phophating and passivation treatment followed by 2 coats staved primer and 2 coats of final paint staved enamel M. Unless otherwise specified all capacitors shall be of the sealed unit pattern.
V.C. heavy cables may be laid on the floors of such trances but shall power cables. Earthing for lighting arrestor shall be provided separately. NIKORA RWSS Page 107 . shall be provided with 6 sq. insulated. Also minimum two earth pits shall be provided. Throughout the installation due regard shall be paid to the spacing of cabling maintain current ratings. to prevent interference between power and signal cables and to avoid unnecessary crossovers. Where the structures incorporate general service deducts/ trenches containing pipe work. beams or structural members. All equipment rated 220 V above shall be earthen with copper wire/strips at a minimum two places and equipment rates below 220 V shall be earthed at one place.C/ Crompton. Where the building structures incorporate purpose built covered duct/ trench systems for main cables. An earthing loop shall be provided and connected to main earthing grid.mm. 11.P.E.29 INSTALLATION METHODS: A) GENERAL All cables where required to be run on walls ceilings or other building structure shall uncles so otherwise agreed by the Engineer be secured on tray or enclosed in conduit or trucking.27 CABLES: All power and control cable Shaklee be 650/1 1 00 grade P.mm.V. Cable shall be of CCMCC/Asian Cable/Fort glister make only 11. Cables for motor rates below 7.5 H. P.C. overall sheeted as per IS 1554 minimum size conductor for power and control cable shall be 2. round wire/flat wire armoured. horizontally or parallel to adjacent walls. Every cable whether in or out of sight shall be neatly run vertically.28 LIGHT FIXTURES & EARTHING: All light fixtures shall be of Philips/G.11. chemical and other services all cabling shall be segregated from other service and run on the trench walls.5 sq. control protection and instrumentation cables shall be segregated and installed on tray work or otherwise secured to the walls of the trenches. Aluminum conductor contractor shall offer cables after considering debating factor like ambient temperature. grouping. factor etc. Copper.
locking plastic buckle clips and strapping shall not be used. All threads shall be cut clean and all burs shall be recovering with a remer. The sizes of conduit used shall be determined by the number of cables to be drawn in as scheduled in the I. Regulations. The radius of beans shall not be less than that given in I. Steel or malleable cast iron inspection couplers NIKORA RWSS Page 108 . All boles for fixing cables clips. Self . Sunk and concealed conduit systems shall support fittings independently or any false coiling. The opmdiots shall be screwed into spout outlets of conduit boxes or where fixed to boxes drilled with properly sized clearance holes they shall be secured by means of sockets and hexagon bushes.E. Where steel trays are not end shaped on site out edges shall be painted with at least two coats of polyurethane based paint. and appliances to the building structure shall be made neatly with a rotary drill. trays. not of the percussion type. Saddles for small power and control cables may be fabricated from PVC covered metal strapping. clots or saddles. A simple shot cartridge tool may be used only at the discretion of the Engineer. Standard junction or adaptable boxes shall be provided at all junctions and at sharp changes of direction in addition to any other special position where the Engineer on site calls them. C) CONDUIT: All circuit shall be either hot dipped galvanised or rigid PVC Stove enameled conduit shall not be used without the written permission of the Engineer Conduit shall be run on the surface or sunk as specified.All cabling throughout the installation shall be fixed with purpose-designed clamps. rocks. cleats. be neatly arranged and ways shall be provided for additional conduits at all distribution boards. regulations or as specified for a particular position but in no case shall conduit smaller than 20 mm dia meter be used. B) TRAY: Cable trays shall be of perforated Mild Steel with formed flanges and PVC sheathed throughout or approved rigid plastic. All bends and sets shall be formed in the conduit itself. Any damage caused by the Contractor to surface shall be made good by the contractor to the satisfaction of the Engineer. factory mead bands not being installed without the written permission of the Engineer.E. Where steel trays are not end shaped on site out edges shall be painted with at least two coats of polyethan based painted.
e. no joining boxes being allowed in the floor screws. 1000 V grade & shall be colored to indicate phase and neutral carried in accordance with the i. Only continuous lengths buried conduit shall be installed between boxes. connected by correct size of tinned copper standard wire.e.6 mm sheet steel or best quality cast iron finished as previously detailed for conduit boxes & sized to prevent the undue packing of cables in them. All conduit fittings not carrying accessories shall be supplied with flat covers fixed in position with round head brass or related screws. Regulations. Rubber gaskets being utilized where galvanised conduit is specified. Conduit shall be installed such as to permit complete requiring without the need to remove false ceilings or carry buildings work. They are to be of the screwed pattern and stove enameled black inside and out. In accessible junction boxes will not be allowed. Fixing to surfaces of walls shall be by means of spacer bar sad secure be fixed with screws. Regulations. where agreed on site by the Engineer or where indicated on the specifications and drawings. Cables for drawing into conduit shall be single core PVC insulated. Adopter boxes shall be constructed of minimum 2. Whether proof boxes & accessories shall be used outdoors. Junction adopter boxes shall be made from galvanized steel or rigid PVC as appropriate to the type of installation & be provided with gasket flat covers Secured with brass or plates screws. they shall be held in position with substantial fixings of a make and pattern to be approved by Engineer. Where conduits are concealed or laid in constructional floors.may be used in long run to facilitate drawing in cables. Conduits crossing expansion joints shall be fitted with couplings of approved manufacture with a clip at each side of the coupling. Wiring shall be carried out on the looping in system & no joints other than at looping in points will be allowed. NIKORA RWSS Page 109 . Particular care must be tank to ensure that no water is allowed to enter the conduit at any time and all conduits shall be arranged with adequate ventilation and drainage where necessary as directed by the EIC. care is to be tank in the number of cables in conduit and in no case shall conduit enclose more cables than set out in the i. except where used in conjunction with galvanised conduit. The ends of conduits laid or set in formwork prior to converting shall be temporarily sealed off with a coupler and a solid brass plug. non-sheeted. No single conduit serving a single-phase socket outlet lighting point or switch shall contain more than one phase. where they shall be galvanised by the hot process.
Ontario. Record drawings for cabling and earthing installation shall include route drawings block diagram and cable schedules.g. We shall be provided on each wire. In trench on hangers. On rotating plant where to achieve the required direction of rotation it is not possible to connect the phase cores to the appropriately identified terminals then special core ferrules shall be fixated to identify each core with the terminal to which it is finally connected. the route & method of installation of all cables. any necessary temporary means of more identification shall be agreed with that contractor. control cables shall have individual cores identified by means of suitable permanent ferrules hearing the same numbers at both ends. exists from buildings & in such other positions as are necessary to identify & trace the route of any cable. conduit etc. NIKORA RWSS Page 110 . the terminations of certain control and in instrumentation cable. induct. Within buildings record cable route drawing shall show to scale the location of all items of electrical plant. Cable markets shall comprise semi-rigid black PVC carryover strip & small axially by means of two PVC covered Aluminium strips (Beta strip) with buckles. All power cable shall be connecting phase sequence & phase colour coding is preserved through out the system. Cable makers shall also be installed at entry and exist points of buried ducts. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION RECORD DRAWINGS: Approved drawings of the installation shall if necessary be modified or updated during the progress of the installation and shall form the basis of the record drawings for the complete installation. Core identification shall occur at every point of termination using an approved system offer rule market.IDENTIFICATION: Each & Every cable shall be permanently identified at each by its cable number as shown on the cable schedule. At these points of interconnection between wiring fen. In addition. 'Me change on numbering shall be shown on the wiring diagram of the equipment on which the care made. Where the termination of control cable cortes or the supervision of termination of cores is specified as being the responsibility and contractor. External cables route drawings shall show the route of the buried cable. All such cables are identified with phase colours for 3 & 4 wire system and red and black for single phase. e.
All socket outlets shall be of me shuttered type and shall accept two pole and earn flat on plugs and have switches with a dolly type ever either fully recesses or having a raised surround to prevent inadvertent operation.5 mm carried in truckling and/or conduit throughout. Bharuch NIKORA RWSS Page 111 . Works Division GWSSB. Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. Mounting boxes shall be steel incorporating a terminal and shall accommodate conduit entry for flush mounting or surface mounting.¨ ¨ ¨ The depth of laying including any deviation to avoid local observations encountered during installation. located from market posits of another agreed key point. earth rods disconnecting chamber and interconnecting earth straps. Position of earth electrodes.H. They shall be of a metal clad type with Matt chrome finished cover plates and be flush mounted unless fitted decoratively finished walls or pillars where surface mounting will be accepted. test terminal points. SOCKET OUTLETS: WIRING: Unless otherwise specified wiring shall be carried out in PVC cable minimum conductor size of 2. dropouts etc. Positions of joints. Distances of cable runs from pipe runs so far other buried services. FITTINGS: Socket Outlets shall be connected in a 15A man system or shall be sputa feeds.
12. b) Quality of water. manufactured and installed as to ensure the highest standard of operational reliability. a) Quantity of water. Designing the instrumentation and control system to use the smallest number of different designs or instruments and components shall facilitate maintenance.2 QUANTITY OF WATER: Direct dial reading flow meter shall be installed at the works inlet. d) Quantity of chemicals. The contractors are requested to note that instrumentation and control system shall be so designed. Reliable electronic digital type instruments may be offered in lieu. The contract or may be required to produce proof of reliability in past operation or in type testing.SECTION . and for individual filters the meters shall determine the range and the format for maintaining the record shall be detailed out in the instruction Manual. C) Head loss through the system. Direct or dial-reading flow meters shall also be installed at the outlets of individual filter beds. All measuring instruments shall be installed in accordance with the recommendation or instruction of the instrument manufacturer for the particular application. NIKORA RWSS Page 112 .1 GENERAL: The following parameters are to be monitored on sample-to-sample basis in the plant laboratory. All instruments are to be simple and sturdy. The range of the flow meter at the inlet shall be between 0 to 500 liters/Sec. The contractor shall give the details of instruments offered for monitoring and control of the entire plant including control panel details.12 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL 12. The indication is to be monitored to the filter control room where a similar on line shall be provided.
10 works laboratory. All the chemical equipments and apparatus shall be provided as specified in the section No. so that all samples can be collected in the laboratory itself The various collection points are specified in section 8.H. Surat. NIKORA RWSS Page 113 . In order to collect samples for testing necessary piping from the collection points to the laboratory shall be laid.12.3 QUALITYOFWATER: The following parameters are to be monitored in the plant laboratory Raw Water Settled Water Turbidity pH Turbidity pH Total Aluminium as Al (mg/1) Free residual chlorine.1. Works Division GWSSB.2. Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. 8 works ancillaries and section No.
NIKORA RWSS Page 114 . whether conducted at the manufacturer's workshop or at site. which is undergoing tests.2 TESTING OF THE PLANT .SECTION . Some of the equipment may have to be tested when installed in position as may be deemed necessary or required by the Engineer or his representative who reserves the right to be present in all testing. and retested and reinspected as required by the Engineer or his representative. All tests shall be to the approval of the Engineer or his representative who if necessary may require the tests to be repeated. For plant commissioning. etc. it shall be modified or altered. or modified as may be necessary to ensure that all items of the plant conform with the contract. The Engineer's representative shall be permitted to inspect the plant. schedules suggested and agreed upon by the Engineer shall be followed. A reasonable notice shall be given by the contractor of his intention to conduct the plant test so as to enable the Engineer's representative to make arrangements for the supply of water or chemicals or power. postponed.GENERAL: The Contractor shall carry out all tests in plant and shall supply two copies of all tests results to the Engineer of his representative. No materials shall be delivered to the site without inspection having been carried out or waived in writing by the Engineer or his representative.13 TESTING COMMISSIONING AND MAINTENANCE 13.1 INSPECTION AND TEST AT MANUFACTURER'S PREMISES: SHOP TEST: All times the plant shall be liable to inspection and testing before dispatch at the manufacturer's premises or workshop to see that they confirm with the specifications. for any testing. In such a case the contractor shall not make any claim for delay of such testing. A clear notice of 15 days shall be given to enable the Engineer or his representative to participate in testing. any item of the plant fails to achieve its intended duty or otherwise proves defective. and may himself conduct the test on the plant. 13. After delivery or after testing. The relevant test certificate shall accompany the supply. tests and trial runs.
The contractor should make every effort to phase civil works so that sections of the works are substantially completed to a stage where erection can commence.4 ERECTION AND TESTING: 13. to suit the programme. fitted components etc. chemicals. etc.13. The contractor shall also provide sufficient erectors skilled in mechanical electrical and instrumental engineering. equipment and pipe work to the line and level required.1 ERECTION STAFF: The contractor shall provide at least one approved Senior Engineer speaking working Erector to supervise the erection of plant in contract and to act as the contractor's representative. and its erection. the responsibility operation of the same shall be that NIKORA RWSS Page 115 .4. erection commissioning etc. After erection of any item of plant and its associated equipment has been completed it shall be offered to the Engineer's representative may require the tests on completion to be conducted according to the availably of water. 13. Until such time as the equipment of material installed and erected under the Contract is finally accepted by the Engineer is keeping with the terms and conditions of this contract and associated specifications. Finish painting of the plant site shall be carried out the plant has been taken over. and also to the state of readiness of other items of plant essential to the commissioning of the work. The contractor shall make good to the satisfaction of the Engineer any deterioration of the protective coating. In case of a foreign firm based overseas the contractor's representative shall be thoroughly conversant with the manufacturer's plant and equipment. The contractor shall be responsible for setting all the plant.3 PROTECTION OF PLANT: Factory finished plant shall be adequately protected during transport and installation against damage to finished surfaces. and unskilled labour as are necessary to ensure completion of the various sections of the contract in the time required. semi-skilled. with such skilled. The contractor shall not remove any supervisory staff or labour from the site without prior approval of the Engineer's representative. power. until the plant is taken over.
the contractor shall supply all labour to supervise. NIKORA RWSS Page 116 . The commissioning of all plant shall be completed during the commissioning and trial run period of 4 months. The contractor shall carry out the final tests on all pipe work. the same shall be put into operation under manual control and subsequently any automatic control equipment shall be completed. as the Engineer's representative may consider necessary. The Contractor shall check all items of electrical plant for correct chasing and insulation resistance.of the Contractor. all motors. chemical Metering devices. adjust test. Motors and control equipment shall be dried out and checks to the insulation resistance shall be carried out at regular intervals. During commissioning. The contractor shall also carry out all other tests required either by himself and/or the Engineer to approve the plant. Any defect found there in shall be repaired immediately. valves fittings etc. Where the equipment has not been supplied by the Contractor. as per specification. ETC. The tendering contractor should note that the Engineer might extend the commissioning period if this proves necessary. tested and brought into operation. and to comply with the control systems and processes. VALVES. the manufacturer's recommendations for installation of the same shall be strictly adhered to and any defects developing due to faulty installations and/or erection during start-up or during a period of one year from the date of final acceptance shall be rectified. keep in operation. 13. At the commencement of the commissioning of the plant. air compressors/ blowers instruments. feeders. This shall include for the provision of such labour on a 24-hour a day basis during the testing periods and for such other periods of continuous operation. remedied or made good by the contractor at his own expense. repair and to do all things necessary to keep the plant running along with the chemicals and power whether it is operation on water only with output to waste or with chlorine into supply. service. gantry cranes and hoists. prior to start up the contractor shall be required to service the equipment and during start-up render such assistance as may be necessary or required for by the Engineer. operate.5 TESTS ON PIPE WORK. all pumps. gauges and all components of the plant over the full range of operating conditions.
after consultation with a programme for the period of commissioning and tests. etc. 13.6 DISINFECTION OF THE PLANT: Prior to commissioning the component of the works. NIKORA RWSS Page 117 . pipes. a record book in English of all tests carried out and will hand over a certified copy of the same to the Engineer at the time of completion of the works. the contractor shall disinfect that particular section. the contractor shall employ a commissioning representative who shall be a qualified Engineer or Chemist and who shall instruct the Engineer's staff of all aspects of the operating procedure. the contractor shall submit to the Engineer's representative. The timing of the Commissioning tests will depend on the progress made on other contractors. with water containing 50 mg/l of chlorine to the satisfaction of the Engineer. the bulk water will be supplied for the commissioning of the works free of cost. on site. 13. During the Commissioning period. for such number of broken days) as the Engineer's representative may commence till the previously mentioned tests and inspections have been completed to the satisfaction of the Engineer's representative.The contractor will bear necessary expenditure for commissioning and trial run period of four months. channels. However.8 TESTING OF COMPLETION: Commissioning tests which shall be deemed to be the "Tests on completion" shall be of 8 consecutive days during for should be provision of water fail or other matters interfere outside the contractor's control. the ability of the Engineer to arrange for the required flow of water through the works and may be carried out at any time during the commissioning at t he direction of the Engineer. He shall disinfect the entire works such as tanks. Commissioning shall commence after.7 COMMISSIONING AND TESTING INCLUDING TRIAL RUN FOR THREE MONTHS A month prior to the start of commissioning. all plant has been inspected to the satisfaction of the Engineer's representative. the contractor shall report the process at his own expenses. The contractor shat maintain. 13. In case any part of the work requires to be retested or contamination may have taken place due to some reason or the other.
A taking over certificate defines the start of the maintenance period but its issue does not relieve the contractor of these obligations to complete commissioning. NIKORA RWSS Page 118 . renovation. and when all specified test certificate documents and memos are supplied. skilled labour. 13. 13. materials power and plant for all routine maintenance and renovation of the work. unskilled labour etc.The contractor shall allow for commissioning tests to be conducted at any time during commissioning without extra charge under the contract. All other costs for material establishment and security cost will be borne by the contractor. Technical Staff.10 MAINTENANCE OBLIGATIONS: PERIOD AND THE CONTRACTORS The contractor shall employ the required Engineer. supplied.11 COMMISSIONING AND TRIAL RUN PERIOD OF THREE MONTHS AND CONTRACTORS OBLIGATIONS: a) Supply the labour. the Engineer will issue a "Taking over” certificate. Chemist. instruction and advise testing of raw water and treated water quality during the maintenance period on the basis of 24 hours operation and maintenance for a period of six months over & above the 1 months period of trial run and commissioning. all incomplete operable and reliable order. for the maintenance and repairs. During the 7 months of trial run and maintenance the department will supply only the water.9 TAKING OVER THE PLANT: Following final inspection and when the Engineer is satisfied that the entire works have been completely constructed. commissioned and painted. until such certificate is issued the contractor shall be responsible for making good any damage occasioned to the plant however caused. 13. erected. The tests of completion shall show that the plant can fulfill all the mechanical. electrical and process requirements of the specifications. tested.
Instruction to Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board. NIKORA RWSS Page 119 . Certificates of taking over of plant will not be issued until such time as the requirements of the two proceeding paragraphs above have. c) d) e) During the period of running maintenance (Trial Run) the working hours of the contractor shall be 24 hours daily. the draft operation and maintenance manuals and diagrams are to be checked against the plant and amended as necessary to relate accurately to the plant as installed. Twenty copies of the amended and corrected manuals and drawings relating to each item of the plant (I 6 in English and 4 in Gujarati) shall be printed on A4 size sheets and bound in suitable loose-left binders and provided at the commencement of the period of Running maintenance. repair. The Contractor shall include in his tender (a) for work during working hours as designated above and (b) for any work of maintenance. A collection of manufacturer's descriptive leaflets without is acceptable in satisfaction of this clause. Advice on the operating of the works. 13. and how it may be maintained. The manuals shall be accompanied by wiring and erection diagrams. which show the plant is to be Erected. the contractor shall deliver draft operation and maintenance manuals in duplicate applying to the plant. Carry out maintenance repairs of defects immediately. how it operates. In the even of any emergency arising the contractor shall place his services and labour unreservedly at the disposal of the Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board at any time. During erection. in the opinion of the Engineer or his representative been adequately fulfilled. operators in the maintenance and renovation of the work.b) Provide a scheme of training Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board operators during running maintenance. adjustment or testing outside such hours as called for by the Engineer. commissioning and testing.12 INSTRUCTION MANUALS: Accompanying the delivery of all major items of plant to site.
H. The aforesaid personnel on the operation and maintenance of the works. There shall be a continuous training period.13. Works Division GWSSB. Bharuch NIKORA RWSS Page 120 .13 TRAINING OF PERSONNEL: The contractor shall arrange for training of the personnel in charge of the O&M of the plant for a period of 1 (one) month. the electrical and chemical plant and the instruments and systems at the cost of the agency. the contractor shall provide a works training office whose sole duties shall be to advise the O&M personnel on the operation and maintenance of the treatment process and to instruct. on a full time basis. Signature of the Contractor Executive Engineer P. the mechanical.
foundations. walkways. The shape of the various structures and elevations shall be such as to give a neat and pleasant appearance to the plant. A minimum width of one meter and twenty centimeters is considered necessary. boundary wall are also included in this contract.1. building.2 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION: The contractor shall design and construct all civil works in accordance with the standard specifications under "C" of the section.1.1 SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR CIVIL WORKS: 14.14 CIVIL WORKS 14. filters. piping etc. trenches.1 SCOPE: The scope of work for the tenderer under the contract for civil works shall include all civil construction works like excavations. All. approaches etc shall be sufficiently wide for the purpose for which they are constructed. All the passage.1.4 EXCAVATION: The items of excavation will include all lifts.1. chemical house together with ducts. 14. The Contractor can offer any standard construction methods except where specific requirements mentioned hereafter.3 FLOOR AREA OPENINGS: While designing the various units. leads within limits of treatment site. all water retaining structuring including those of clarifier. wherever necessary refilling around completed structures and the excavated stuff is to be disposed off by the contractor up to a NIKORA RWSS Page 121 . dewatering shoring.SECTION . storage tanks. Works such as access roads. care should be taken to provide minimum 75% of the floor areas as openings in form of window sufficient natural light and ventilation. 14. The contractor is free to alter the layout but they shall have to accommodate it within the specified boundaries. precaution shall be taken to provide sufficient head room while designing the clear height between the floors. The limits of contract shall be the same as shown in the drawings enclosed with the tender documents. The plant layout is already shown in the tender drawings. 14.
Loading Standards. coagulated. piping relevant I. plastering. The contractors. etc. and all channels carrying raw. Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design & structures. IS: 1893-1984 or latest edition. All surface of concrete shall be finished in C. Adequate free board (as performs) shall have to be provided for all water retaining. In case. All tanks for alum solution.M. shall be tested for water tightness before installing the equipment. IS: 3 70-1967 Or latest edition Part-IV Code of practice for Concrete structure for storage of liquids. media etc. shall pro e the construction activities in such a manner that the inlet pipes and all inlet and outlet arrangements with valves are ready for testing purposes to avoid delay. roads are dug up for any purpose whatsoever. settled or filtered water shall be designed as water or liquid retaining W". codes/specified NIKORA RWSS Page 122 . roofing. inside faces shall be with cement plaster 20 nun thick in cement mortar (1:2) added with water proofing compound. All other works like excavation. On removed forms the whole surface shall be allowed to be repaired. Loading. flooring. sedimentation. Reinforced concrete structures shall conform to the following. As directed by Engineer-in-charge. Standard specifications and code of practice of Indian Standard Institution. the contractor shall reinstate the same at no extra cost.1.S. All water retaining structures shall be designed as per IS code 3370. Standards Safety of building. All concrete used in water or liquid retaining structures shall be designed mix and at least of grade-200. filling. therefore. In the event of a bad concrete in a given section shall be demolished and redone at no extra cost. 14. IS: 456-1979 or latest edition Code of practice for plain and Reinforced concrete IS: 875-1987 latest edition Building.radius of 3 km. (1: 2) and for water retaining structures. filtration. filtered water. sludge.5 REINFORCED CONCRETE WORK: The tenderer shall entirely be responsible for the detailed design of civil engineering components of plant in keeping with the duties that are required to be per armed by the components. masonry journey. etc. channels.
tiles.7 TEST CERTIFICATES FROM MANUFACTURES: Steel is to be procured by the contractor himself the necessary test certificate from the manufacturer and/or from the supplier that attested certificate given is for the particular consignment only is required to be submitted to the Engineer or his representative. iv) Pea Gravel 0. the Engineer or his representative may instruct the contractor to test the sample of steel from any of the consignment (or from each lot) for ascertaining the quality of steel as per specifications at the contractor's cost. free of cost by the contractor. iii) Coarse Aggregates: a) Size 29mm &below 0.00 cum. items shall generally be done in the laboratory approved by the Engineer or his representative and all testing charges shall be borne by the Contractor.05 cum.05 cum. so that necessary test can be carried out for the approval of the Engineer or his representative before using/ordering any such material at site. vi) Water for construction purpose 60.1.05 cum. 14.05 cum.6 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS SAMPLES: The contractor shall submit to the Engineer or his representative samples of the materials to form parts of the permanent work. sanitary & water supply items electrical items. b) Size 10 mm & below 0. v) Lime(Dehydrated) 0. vii) Cement and steel viii) Timber. NIKORA RWSS Page 123 .1. 14.8 MATERIALS. sufficiently before the commencement of work. TESTING: Testing of materials to be used in the permanent work of the quality of finished. C) Size 20mm to 40mm 0. i) Rubber Stone/Bricks 10 Nos. However. in addition to the above.05 cum.05 cum. sufficiently before the commencement of work within 15 days of issue of orders.14. Samples of the following basis materials be submitted from each source of supply and from each consignment. if materials are differing from one consignee to the other.1. ii) Fine Aggregate Sand 0.
14. if desired by the Engineer or his representative be carried out from time to time as per ISS or/as per Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board at cost of the contractor.9 PROVIDING MATERIALS FOR TESTING: The contractor shall afford at his own cost necessary facilities in providing the requisite materials to undertake tests for quality of materials and workmanship and other assistance that may be required by the Engineer or his representative including transport of the test specimens to the Laboratory referred to above. i) Sieve analysis of course and fine aggregate to be used for concreting and also for mortar in plaster and masonry work. chlorides and other dexterous materials present in the aggregate. The above tests will be done on routine basis as per provisions of ISS or as per specifications of Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board and explanatory notes during the co on period.1. Whereas other tests of materials and workmanship shall also be done if desired by the Engineer or his representative. and deleterious materials in the coarse and fine aggregate. composition etc. v) To determine the crushing strength. iv) Workability test of the concrete by means of sump concrete. These are as follows. any other test which may.11 SUPPLY OF MATERIALS: The contractor himself should arrange all materials required for the works NIKORA RWSS Page 124 .1.1. 14.10 MATERIALS TEST: The following tests shall normally be carried out on a routine basis. viii) Test of steel (mild and tor steel) as per IS: 432 and IS: 1786 to find out the ultimate tensile strength. vii) Chemical tests of aggregate (fine and coarse) to determine the Sulphate. absorption and efflorescence of bricks. ii) Moisture content in the fine and coarse aggregate. bulkage of sand fine aggregate. percentage elongation and chemical. iii) Determination of fines. yield stress. vi) Water tightness for the water retaining structure. In addition to the above tests. 14.
0 DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK: 14. operating in the Parshall flume The contractor may provide his own design for receiving chamber.12 INSPECTION OF REINFORCEMENT ANDCONCRETE: All reinforcement shall have to be checked and recorded prior to concreting by the Engineer or Ws representative not below the rank of assistant Engineer. PARSHALL FLUME: Flush mixing chamber are m number provided with flush mixed shall be of reinforced concrete of grade M-200 of size as described elsewhere the Parshall B) NIKORA RWSS Page 125 .1 SITE CONDITIONS: Sufficient land has been acquired and earmarked for the works as shown in the tender drawings. and flash mixing chamber etc. each of full capacity with an adjustable outlet weir. give a notice of at least 3 days to the Engineer or his representative so that he or his can check the works authorised representative.1. The receiving chamber shall be of reinforced concrete grade M-200 and of adequate size supported on firm strata to received the incoming 450 mm diameter incoming pipeline. by pass proposed as per design. Though recently there is a trend of decrease in total depreciation up to 8OO mm climatically it is and climate and the temperature vanes from 48 C in summer to 10 C in winter. 14. which also serves as an inlet chamber for the flash mixing chambers.2.14. A) REVEIVING CHAMBER & FLASH: The conceptual design adopts a combined structure or receiving chamber.2.2. 14. connected with flash mixing chambers one in numbers. Bore logs from the site investigation shall be arranged by the tenderer at his own cost and Engineer accepts no responsibility whatsoever for inference drawn from that dates as to the extent to which this information represents the conditions to be encountered during the actual construction The average rainfall in the area is 500mm. The contractor shall therefore.1 INLET WORKS: The civil works to be included by contractor shall comprise and include but not be limited to the following.
flume shall be of dimensions specified elsewhere and shall be constructed in reinforced concrete grade M-200. The inner side of the flume shall be extra ordinary smooth to give exact result. The Tenderers should note that the Parshall flume requires a solid watertight foundation and first class workmanship for satisfactory construction and performance The work shall be carried out as per specification set out in section No.4. 14.2.2 CLARIFICATIONWORKS: The clarification works shall comprise and include but not be limited to Reinforced concrete tanks in M-200 mix with separate zones for flocculation and sedimentation by constructing separating reinforced concrete wall and suitable inlet and outlet arrangements to give an all in one structure with bottom inlet pipe and peripheral launders to collect the surface settled water. The arrangements for sludge on shall be by gravity; on the tank floors slopping towards central sludge pocket and sludge removal shall be gravity to the outer sludge collecting chambers. The flocculator units shall be designed as a water retaining structure and shall be accommodated within the setting tank. Suitable arrangements shall be made to collect and removes sludge and wash water from clarifier tank to waste water collection chamber, which shall be provided vital Constant bleeding arrangement; The sludge from chamber through common carrying main up to existing and mud well is within the scope of this tender. The mechanical scrapers for sludge collection and floccules shall be designed and fabricated from best quality mild steel painted suitably and render the member non-corrosive. The bottom slope of sedimentation basin shall not be flatter than 1:2. The works shall conform to the specification set out in section No. 5. 14.2.3 FILTRATION WORKS: The civil works to be included by the contractor for this work shall consist and include but not be limited to the following and shall conform to the specifications set out in section No. 6
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Common influent channel or settled water channels connected with the launders covers in the clarification works to supply the settled water to the filter battery or coagulated water from the proposed inlet channels in the even of by-pass. Filter beds and control sluice valves, gallery filter unit pure water channel, back wash pipe inspection water channel. The filter beds shall be rectangular in plain. The Alteration work shall be covered by R.C.C. slab and no opening to sky structure shall be provided in tile Alteration works. The gallery housing shall be provided with suitable number of doors opening out towards the walkways. Suitable number of windows with clear glass panels shall be provided including sufficient number of ventilators to allow sufficient air and fight in the pipe gallery and the operating platform. Opening left in the operation platform to inspect the filter operation in the filter boxes shall be provided with hand railing as specified elsewhere. Also sufficient space shall be provided in the pipe gallery for a person to move about for operation and maintenance. All having filter media equipment outlet system shall be constructed as specified. All structural parts constructed in R.C.C. in M-200 including gutters, channels, wells, weir projections shall be plastered with cement mortar (1:2), 20 mm thickness using water proofing compound on water face and shall be finished cement mortar (1:2) on the face away from water walkway of minimum 1.0 m. which shall be provided with hand railing as specified elsewhere on one side or on either side as per necessity. After filtered water leaves the filter beds through the under drains it shall flow in the common pure water channel, connected to inspection chambers of each bed. An inspection chamber shall be constructed, where walls and floor etc. shall be lined with glazed tiles (white) at the outlet of each filter bed. 'Me structure housing the valve galleries channels etc. shall be constructed in M-200 Mix of R.C.C. frame and with R.C.C. walls, R.C.C. wall properly plastered with cement mortar on both faces. The roof shall be of R.C.C. slab and floors at all levels shall be of R.C.C. slabs. The flooring on this operation platform shall be provided with marble mosaic files. The filtered water channel shall be connected by a filtered water conduit to a proposed clear water sump, which is included in this contract.
CHEMICALWORKS: Adjacent to the inlet works as shown in the layout plan two storeyed chemical house shall be provided. The chemical house shall have sufficient space for unloading, wide condor, office space, toilet canteen, laboratory, control panel room, alum storage tanks and dosing equipment, chlorine cylinder storage and chlorinator room and laboratory. The specification set out in section No.7, 8 and 10. The flooring shall be in Marble mosaic tiles; suitable teak wood doors and windows shall be provided. There shall be rolling shutters in alum storage room and chlorine cylinder storage rooms with a provision of the monorails in the alum house and entry with two-way displacement. In the chlorine cylinder storage room suitable ramps shall be provided. Necessary arrangements shall be made for the mechanical gantry and also for the installation of manually operated gentry, as specified and the hoist and the weigh bridge as per specified R.C.C. staircase with railing on both sides shall be provided for access to the first floor of the chemical house, marble mosaic step tiles shall be provided for step treated and marble mosaic plain tiles for risers. The chemical house shall have separate chlorine cylinder storage room to accommodate I 0 cylinders and a separate chlorine room to accommodate four chlorinators and cylinders online. Each chlorine cylinder shall be supported on properly shaped concrete pedestal. The clearance shall be adequate, between the floor levels and the roof, for the operation of 3 tonne overhead gantry. The doors and -windows shall be of teak wood and glass panel etc. In addition to normal ventilation, ventilators and exhaust fans shall be provided for chlorine room. The handling of the chlorine cylinders shall be kept to a minimum. As such the gantry grinders shall be taken outside the buildings, to lift the cylinders directly from the trunk and place them in their position. The gantries and hoisting arrangements shall be designed for at least 3 tonnes load capacity and capable of motion in longitudinal latra1 and vertical directions to handle the cylinders right from the lorry to the ultimate location of the cylinders. The layout shall facilitate each lorry movements. The doors of chlorine house shall be outside opening and shall not have locking arrangement from inside. The cabinets containing special safety approval shall have glass doors and sides so that the approval is available to operator and these shall be located at easily accessible place, so as no loss of time during emergency.
A septic tank with a soak pit for 20 persons capacity shall be provided.4 ANCILLARY WORKS: The specifications set out herein shall be read in continuation with those under section 8 and section No. NIKORA RWSS Page 129 . all as specified. For wash hand basins capstan hand screw down pillar taps shall be provided in the bath rooms and toilet room. shall be of standard make as specified. The location of the laboratory unit is of prime importance. Flushing cisterns of adequate capacity with 32mm steel tubing for flushing shall be provided for WCs. The WC pans urinals etc. The mirrors of good quality shall be provided with towel railing. 10. The underground drainage shall consist of 100 mm and 150 mm stoneware pipes bends. bathrooms toilets shall be in white glazed tiles with white glazed tiles dado up to 1. lipped urinals (with integral flush pipe) shall be provided adjacent to toilet block. The piping. ELEVATION & ARCHITECTURE: The treatment plant building shall have good aesthetical and imposing elevation and architecture. 8and 10. etc. The tendering contractor shall therefore. RCC fins. Indian type squatting shall be provided in WC and toilet. one hand basin with total area not less than 11 M2 including internal passage. plumbing. height. and Grills should be proposed. The elevation has to be approved by the Engineer or his representative. enclose details of the elevation of the building along with their offer. steel cupboards.2. boxes. windows. The flooring in WC urinals. The office room of area shown in drawings shall be provided on the first floor of chemical house provided with necessary furniture racks. A) The laboratory and office shall be accommodated on the upper floor of chemical house. shall be carried out in conformity with specifications set out in section No.14. furniture and fixtures etc.20 m. of approved make. pebble dash/ roughcast plaster. liquid soap holder with glass container etc. with light shade and fixed in with cement mortar (1:2) A sanitary block consisting of one bathroom. The piping of water supply be in GI and all fittings fixtures like taps shall be in brass with chromium plating except the tap on wash hand basins. The flooring. manholes. in the office room shall be in coloured marble mosaic. The flooring to passages shall be of marble mosaic. shall be provided. gully sewer traps laid to slope with inspection chambers. etc.
GENERAL TREATMENT: The external focus of the super structure shall be furnished with cement plant of quality and shade approved by the Engineer. All internal faces shall be treated with oil bound distempers and ceiling shall be applied with white wash. etc. motor starters. it shall consist of PVC insulated cables in conduits complete with all accessories. conduits. laying materials. socket outlets. All the edges of chajjas. supply and it shall comprise of the following and in general shall conform to specifications set out elsewhere in the volume. Cutler Hammer or equal and approved) This item may not be included if is included under supply of mechanical equipment WIRING: It shall conform in general to specification set out elsewhere in this volume. the work shall conform to IS: 732(163) dado of practice for electrical wiring Station) IS: 4648 (1969) (Guide for electrical out in residential building) Indian Electricity Act 191 0. ELECTRIC WORKS: The schedule of price for civil works shall include provision for the cost electrical wiring installation including necessary materials such as cables. Cables. cut out one way switches.C. and Indian Electricity Rules 1856 suitable for 3 phase 440 volts A. The roof slab shall be provided with five-course water proofing treatment as specified. flood fight fittings. NIKORA RWSS Page 130 . triple pole and double pole switch fuse units. switches boxes. cut outs. weathers heads canopies and slab projections shall be provided with thwarting or drip moldings. bulb fluorescent tube holders. RECEIPTION & DISTRIBUTION OF MAIN SUPPLY: There shall be a circuit breaker mounted on a distribution metal clad with board panel duly wired and with push bar arrangements for proper distribution of power and lighting. fuses etc. supply for motors and illumination and complete with motor starters of switches. water tight specials. The starters should be of a reputed make ( L & T.
earthings. NIKORA RWSS . Fuses carrier and solid link carrier and bases shall be made of plastic moulded insulating materials of an approved make. inside the panel. over each filter bed. All accessible line connection shall be efficiently shrouded and it shall be possible to change fuses with the Circuit alive. fitted clips. An adequate number of spare fuses. through underground conduits. The wiring for such floodlights shall be with cables. Outside the building suitable level of illumination at suitable points as per national building code shall be provided. 3 pins. LEVEL OF ILLUMINATION INSIDE ALL BUILLDINGS: It shall be 100-point minimum.SMALL WIRING: Wiring shall be carried out in a neat and systematic manner and securely fixed by insulated or other approved methods. 1 2. 5 Amps. Provision of one 500 watt whether proof flood light at the top of highest building shall be extra. Fluorescent tube lights shall also be provided under every beam. for each rating shall be supplied. ceramic material will not be accepted. however the general level of illumination may be kept at 100 lax minimum as specified above. Fluorescent tube light shall be provided over every filter bed. Socket outlet shall be provide in all light a fan circuit along with controlling switches lamp holders with break if of approved shape and designs conforming to IS: 1258 shall be provided for the illumination points. Suitable space shall be provided over the circuit and sub circuit board for fan regulators. A good weatherproof floodlight of 200 W shall be provided. FUSES & LINKS: These shall conform in general to specifications set out elsewhere in this volume. Similarly water Proof fitting inside each inspection chamber of pure water channel in filter house shall be provided. The wire shall not be joined or broken in to between terminal points. Ceiling rose for points. Page 131 3. LIGHT FITTING & ACCESSORIES: A switch shall be provided adjacent to normal entrance to any areas for control of light point.
at the supplier's premises or at a laboratory approved by the Engineer. or at a laboratory approved by the Engineer and unless the Engineer shall attend at the appointed place within the said seven days the tests may proceed in his absence.3 SPECIFICATION (CIVIL WORKS) MATERIAL & WORKMANSIP: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: The item 'Material' shall mean all materials and article of every kind whether raw. the provisions of clause in 'Materials and workmanship' shall apply to materials and workmanship for any part of the works. As soon as practicable after receiving the order to. Provided that the contractor shall in any case submit to the Engineer within seven days of every test such number of certified copies (Not exceeding six) of the test readings as the Engineer may require. Suitable number of fans shall be provided in the filter control building. office-cum-laboratory. Samples shall be submitted and tests shall be carried out sufficiently early to enable further samples to be submitted and tested if required by the Engineer. commence the works. processed or manufactured and equipment and plant of every kind to be supplied by the contractor is for incorporation in the works. The contractor shall keep the Engineer informed of orders for and delivery dates of all materials. All materials shall be new and of the kinds and quantities described in the contract and shall be at least equal to approved samples. Except as may be otherwise specified for particular parts of the works. SAMPLES & TESTS AND MATERIALS: The contractor shall submit samples of such materials as may be required by the Engineer and shall carry out the specified tests and directed by the Engineer at the site. storeroom etc.4. The contractor shall give the Engineer at least seven days notice in writing of the date of which any of the materials will be ready for testing. the contractor shall inform the Engineer of the names of the suppliers from whom he proposes to obtain any materials but the shall not place any order without the approval of the Engineer which may be withheld until samples have been submitted and satisfactorily tested. Approval by the Engineer as to the placing of orders materials or as to samples or tests shall not prejudice any of the Engineers power. Under the provisions of contract the provision of this clause shall also apply to material supplied by any nominated sub-contractor. or inspection at the suppliers premises. 14. NIKORA RWSS Page 132 .
MSP-E-12 A and B of GWSSB's specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage.MSP-E-6 of Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board and explanatory notes for Building and House Drainage. 14. The coarse aggregate shall be of hard strong durable stone and generally comply with the requirements of specification No. The contractor will procure the quantity of cement required for the works.3.2 BASIC MATERIALS CEMENT: All cement to be used in the works shall be ordinary portland cement complying with IS:269. All materials used in the permanent works shall be of the best quality of the kind and to the approval of the Engineer. unless more recent amendment is specified hereinafter or with requirement is specified authoritative standard approved by the Engineer which shall not be exceeding in the opinion of the Engineer than the corresponding standard quoted herein. Absorbent coarse aggregate shall not be used. Any NIKORA RWSS Page 133 . Any materials or workmanship not covered by the above specifications of Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board shall comply with the relevant Indian Standard (with up to date amendments) current at the thirty-first days of December of the year proceeding the Tender date.STANDARD: Materials and workmanship shall comply with the relevant specifications and explanatory notes of Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board. COARSE AGGREGATE FOR CONCRETE WORK: For manufacture of concrete (ordinary with nominal mix or controlled concrete specification by strength) the coarse aggregate shall be as obtained from the crushed stone (machine broken) broomed grit shall not be used. They shall contain no harmful material to affect adversely the strength or durability of the concrete or in the case of reinforced concrete to attack the reinforcement. SAND FOR USE OF MASONARY WORK & IN PLASTER: Sand to be used for use in masonry and in plaster shall conform to specification No. The aggregate shall be free from laminations and free from clay films and other adherent coatings.
3 of SI: 456-1946.-2 of Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board's specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage. BUILDING BRICKS: Specifications for building bricks shall be as described in specification NO.S. NIKORA RWSS Page 134 .S.14 of GWSSB's specification and explanatory notes building and house drainage.M. LIME: Specifications for line. which are not perfectly clean. unless otherwise specified and shall comply with grade mild steel as per IS 432 'Mild steel and medium tensile steel bars and hard drawn steel wire for concrete reinforcement' or comply with tor steel as per IS 1786 "Cold Twisted Steel Bars' for concrete reinforcement or medium tensile steel and high yield steel deformed bars for concrete shall be square or along mesh of hard drawn steel wire. shall be as per specification No.3.P.MSPE. electrical resistance welded and shall conform with IS 1 566 for use in reinforced concrete.E.aggregate. 14. The maximum quantities of deleterious materials in the aggregates.3. as determined accordance with IS: 23 86 (Part H) 'methods of test for aggregates for concrete shall not exceed the limits given in Table I of C-282 Unless otherwise stated all coarse aggregate in reinforced concrete shall be graded aggregate of 20 mm nominal size. shall be washed in clean fresh water to the satisfaction of the Engineer. WATER FOR CONCRETE OF MORTAR Water for mixing concrete or mortar and for curing must be clean and free from saline or deleterious materials and must be fit for human consumption. STEEL Structural steel shall conform to IS "Structural" steel (standard quality) at IS226 S Steel" (Fusion welding quality) steel reinforcement bars concrete shall be rounded bars. Such water shall generally comply with the requirements of clause 4.
TIMBER: Specifications for line. W. Surface dressing shall be measured in square meters.3.S. DISPOSAL OF MATERIALS: All requirements herein for the disposal by the Contractor of materials arising from the site clearance or from excavation are the property of GWSSB.A (2) it set out by GWSSB explanatory notes for building and house drainage.P.E.S. PAINTS: Specifications for line. M.S.S. shall be as per specification of Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board and Roads Hand Book MSPE-24 specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage BUILDING HARDWARE: Specifications for line. Unless otherwise specified in the bill of quantities no separate payment shall be made for dressing within 10 meters distance on all sides of the structures. NIKORA RWSS Page 135 .E.-22 of Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board's specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage PLYWOOD: Specifications shall be as per specifications set out by Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board and explanatory notes for building and house drainage. which shall be paid separately as per provision of the contract. No payment shall be made for the clearance of site except for uprooting of big trees and dismantling of existing structures and its removal.4 SITE CLEARANCE & DRESSING OF SITE: The work on site clearance and dressing of site shall be done in accordance with specification No.P. shall be as per specification No.-24 of Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board's specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage 14. shall be as per specification No.M. This shall deemed to be included in the items of contract.P.
shall if directed remove from the site all materials resulting from excess excavation and shall make good the same with such kind of fill. materials or in such class of concrete as may be reasonably required by the Engineer having regard to the circumstances. fences and other structures and obstructions and/or all bushes. EXCESS EXCAVATION TO BE MADE GOOD: The Contractor at his own expenses. TREES: As directed by the Engineer. NIKORA RWSS Page 136 . trees shall be uprooted or cut down as near to the ground level as possible branches and failings shall be removed and burnt to ashes or disposed off at the site. Useful timber shall remain the property of the Government of Gujarat and shall be cut in to suitable length and transported at the Government stores (at site as per direction of the Engineer).Government of Gujarat and shall be disposed off. be grabbed out and disposed off the site. Hedges trees Stumps roots and other vegetation except for preservation materials so cleared shall so as far as suitable be preserved and stacked for further use but shall otherwise be burnt to ash or disposed off at the site as directed by the Engineer. The resulting hole shall be filled with approved materials deposited in 225 mm layer and completed to the same dry density as the adjoining soil. STEMS: Stumps and roots whether existing or remaining after tree failing shall be uprooted where directed by the Engineer. or preserved and deposited as directed by the Engineer. FORESTRY REGULATIONS: The Contractor shall familiarize himself all local rules and regulations governing land clearance including the special requirements for forestry areas and shall carry out his work in strict compliance with all such requirements. SITE CLEARANCE GENERAL: All areas of the site marked on the drawing for clearance of from which materials is to be excavated or upon which filling is to be deposited shall be cleared to the extent by the Engineer of all buildings. wall gate.
S. W. 14. Care should be taken not to damage existing sewers.for plant and reinforced work not in contact with water. pipes. i) ii) iii) MATERIALS: All the materials required for the manufacture of cement concrete shall comply with the relevant specifications of basic materials as given above. A.5 EARTHWORK IN EXCAVATION: The work on earth work in excavation shall be done m accordance with specification No. Cables and rails which must be kept in service and not be demolished all materials from demolition are the property of GWSSB they shall be removed from the site and stacked as directed by the Engineer. IS: 33760(1965) (Part I to IV) for concrete and structures for storage of liquids. in the presence of the Engineer and such levels when agreed by him shall form the basis of measurements. NIKORA RWSS Page 137 . conduits.3. S.DEMOLITION: Demolition of all structures. obstructions above and below ground level shall be carried out to the extent sufficient to permit the completion of all works as indicated. P.7 CEMENT CONCRETE: GENERAL: Cement concrete (plain or reinforced) as used in the works shall comply with the requirement of specification No.A. IS: 875(1965) code for practice for structural safety of building loading standard. Before the surface of any part of the site is disturbed or the works thereon are begun. 2 Para 4 to 1 0 of GWS S B.3. 14. Design of civil engineering structures should be based on the following IS code of the latest edition including amendments as in – IS: 466(9178) .P. cables and rails that must be pipes conduits. the Contractor shall take and record levels of any such levels in the specified as agreed with the Engineer. W.(II) setout by GWSSB except in so far as these are not altered or modified by specific stipulations as given in the specification herein.
MIXING OF CONCRETE: The different ingredients for concrete may for the purpose of correct proportioning measured either by weight or by volume. The Contractor shall submit a record promptly to the Engineer or his Representative who will accept the same after verification and retain one copy. A record shall be kept of the time and date of placing concrete and the approximate quality placed together with other relevant specifications of basic materials as given above. coarse aggregate must be used. All field specimens of concrete shall be properly numbered and dated. Tests of determined of concrete as actually obtained in the works shall be as per IS: 456-1964. If the ingredients are measured by weight due allowance must always be made for the weight of water that may be present in the sand and the coarse aggregates.No materials other dm the essential ingredients (cement. NIKORA RWSS Page 138 . No admixture (for imparting and special characteristics to the concrete) shall be used without special direction from or permission of the Engineer. As the volume bulking of sand may vary from day to day and different parts of the same day on account of varying moisture content fresh tests for bulking shall be carried out with sand to be used and the amount of bulking allowed for in the field mix so as to keep the actual content constant through out. A record shall be kept of the time and date of placing concrete and the approximate quantity placed (together with other relevant details) m each portion of the structure. If measurement done by volume gauge boxes corresponding to the proper quantities of sand. sand aggregates and water) should be ordinarily used in the manufacture of concrete. A reference of such specimen with their identification numbers shall be included m this record of concerning. This record shall be in duplicate by the Contractor in the form and manner to be decided by the Engineer. All measurements must be carried out in such a manner that the proportions of the materials may be easily and readily checked. The other copy being returned to the Contractor.
TRANSPORTING. Only such quantities of concrete as are required for immediate use are to be mixed at any time. vary depending on the moisture contained in the aggregates. and the materials turned at least twice in the dry state and three times or more after the addition of water and until the components are well mixed and give a concrete uniform colour. The quantity of water to be actually added may. PLACING & COMIPACTING CONCRETE: Concrete shall be handled from the place of final deposit as rapidly as practicable by methods which will prevent the segregation or less of the ingredients. texture and consistency through out to the satisfaction of the Engineer. Unless it is specially permitted by the Engineer. pieces of wood or other rubbish. concrete shall not be dropped freely from a height of more dm two meters.Whatever may be mode of measurement-adopted cement shall always be measured by weight one bag of 50 kg. the moulds shall be cleaned of all shavings. without any extra charge thereof. The aggregate in each batch of concrete are to be so proportioned as to contain full bags of cement. No hand mixed concrete will be allowed unless specially permitted by the Engineer. Being taken as 0. NIKORA RWSS Page 139 . It shall be deposited as nearly as practicable in its final position to avoid rehandling or flowing. Hand mixing must be done on approved platform so as to prevent the loss of any liquid. Incase such hand mixing is permitted by the Engineer. The workability shall be measured by the amount of slump. then (10) per cent extra cement shall have to be use. The total water content in each batch of concrete shall always be kept constant at the amount previously determined by experiments.347 cubic meter. Water is to be added but not exceeding the amount as mentioned in IS: 456 unless otherwise specified elsewhere to obtain proper workability so that the mixture may flow readily round all the reinforcement and into every part of the moulds. Mixing of concrete is to be done in machines to be approved by the Engineer. Any defect in this respect must be dealt with the Contractor as directed by the Engineer. When placing the concrete the fine materials must be carefully worked against the moulds so that the face of the concrete shall be left perfectly smooth and free from honey combing upon the withdrawal of the moulds. Before placing the concrete. but the Contractor shall have no claim for any extra payment on this account. therefore.
around embedded fixtures and into the comers of form work in such a manner as to ensure a solid mass entirely free from voids. permission from Engineer. Even then concrete shall not be stopped entirely but carried on slowly during the rest period by engaging a small skeleton gang for the purpose. Concreting shall be carried out continuously up to construction joints. brickwork. CONSTRUCTION JOINTS: All construction joints in slabs beams and other horizontal member are to be formed as per details in the tender drawing. It is imperative that all concreting operations be done quickly as well as efficiently. Vibrators shall be so operated that the vibration is evenly distributed that throughout the entire. Concrete shall be placed and compacted in its final position before setting has commenced and shall not be subsequently disturbed. All concreting should be so programmed as not to necessitate work of night If for any reason co becomes imperative the Contractor should obtain previous permission of the Engineer or his representative and make proper lighting arrangements to his satisfaction. or any surface likely to absorb moisture such surface must be well watered immediately prior to deposition of concrete. NIKORA RWSS Page 140 . and adequate number of bands must therefore be employed to ensure this. the concrete shall be thoroughly compacted by ramming spreading etc. In addition to usual ramming and spreading the concrete shall be vibrated by mechanical vibrators. Over vibration of wet mixes shall be avoided. Any rest period such as for meals shall be subject to the approval of the Engineer or his representative. Until it has been made to penetrate and fill all the spaces between and around the reinforcement bars. During placing and also immediately after deposition. The method of concreting to be adopted in such cases shall have to be previously approved by him. mass of concrete when immersion type of vibrators are used that shall be withdrawn gradually particular care being taken to see that no hollow pocket is left behind in the concrete. Depositing concrete under water shall not be allowed without specific.Where concrete is deposited against stonework. The use of vibrators may be depended with only for concrete of mix leaner than 1:2:4 and in case of concrete under water.
the concrete shall be kept thoroughly damp by suitable means as per directions of the Engineer or his representative. the surface (from which the laitance has been already removed) shall be thoroughly cleaned. The Contractor may adopt one more of the following methods for curing and protection of concrete. Moreover. b) By covering with jute or similar absorbent material. a) By water sprays in continuous operation. fabric kept in contact with the concrete surface. but slightly absorptive.The positions where such construction joint may be made shall be removed and the surface of the concrete. Watering during this period required or the purpose of curing shall be continued daily (Sundays and holidays included). keys shall be formed for horizontal joints as per direction. In all cases. During the first ten days after deposition. c) After through wetting. the laitance is to be removed by chipping so as to expose sound concrete. When fresh concrete has to be laid against an already hardened surface (As in the case of a joint formed against a temporary Board). PROTECTION & CURING OF CONCRETE: The Contractor shall adequately protect freshly laid concrete from rapid drying due to strong sunshine. kept constantly wet. The bending surface shall then be kept wet for at least one hour before placing new concrete sufficient time shall be allowed for surface wetness to disappear just before placing new concrete. Just before placing new concrete. frame. and also from running surface water. if so directed by the Engineer or his representative. The chipping is to be done every time carefully so as to remove the laitance but not to disturb or damage the sound concrete. d) By the application of an approved non standing liquid curing membrane which is either self removing or easily removed following the curing period and which has a seventy five percent moisture retention standard. drying winds etc. by covering with layer of water proof. shall be swept with a stiff broom or scrapped with a tool such that same of the coarse aggregate are left projecting upwards. a layer (8 to I0 mm thick) of mortar composed of the same proportion of cement to the consistency of this paste shall be placed on the surface. while still soft. NIKORA RWSS Page 141 . of vertical or horizontal joints. The surface should then be damp.
may be declared defective concrete.C.C. Any concrete which gives below standards test results. the tolerance in dimensions of R.C. removed from the site and replaced by fresh concrete of the specified quality at the Contractors own expenses. the Engineer. they shall be interpreted only as reference of quality and do not oblige the Contractor to use the produce specified.The liquid shall be applied to form surface immediately after stripping the form work.C. members shall be as specified in the drawing by the designer. all water stops and joint fillers shall be subject to the approval of the Engineer and applied in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. A) If the actual dimension of R. decrease more than tolerance limit specified. Alternatively the Contractor shall carry out whatever other remedy the Engineer may reasonably require having regard to all circumstances. Liquid curing membrane shall not be used in surface where laitance is removed and aggregate exposed to provide a satisfactory bond for placing further concrete or mortar screeds on surface where the Engineer is of the opinion that the appearance of the concrete surface will be affected. becomes severely damaged due to cracking shows excessive honey combing and exposure of reinforcement of exhibits any fault which. Subject to the condition that structural safety is not impaired and architectural concept does not hamper. B) WATER STOPS AND JOINT FILTERS: Where proprietary names are given in the drawings. If the actual dimensions exceed the design dimensions by more than the tolerance limit the design dimensions only shall be measured for the purpose of payment. in the opinion of the Engineer. If actual dimensions. if necessary shall decide the permissible tolerance. following procedure for measurements shall apply. makes shall be taken for the purpose of measurement and payment Expansion joints shall be provided as shown in the structural drawings or as directed by the Engineer.C. However. members do not exceed or decrease the design dimensions of the members plus or minus tolerance limit shall be taken for the purpose of measurements. seriously impairs its functions. Such concrete shall be cut out. Whenever these are not specified. When tolerance in dimensions is permitted.C. NIKORA RWSS Page 142 . the actual dimension of the R.
the same shall be rectified as follows: Surface defects with frequent repair when forms are removed usually consist of bulges due to movement of forms. Careful chipping or toiling removes bulges and ridges and the surface is then rubbed with a grinding stone. Before being concreted in water stops. Honey combed areas. On acceptance of such work by the Engineer. honey combed areas. b) Surface defect of a minor nature may be accepted. work and defects are made good. damage resulting from the stripping of forms and boltholes.7 Mn/M2 and elongation break of not less than 300%. No additional payment will be made for treatment indicated above and shall be covered by the rates quoted against the relevant items of the bill of quantities. before the concrete begins to set. In case of roof slabs. a) The work that has slugged or contains honey coming to an extent determental to structural safety or water tightness in case of water retaining structures or architectural concept shall be rejected. the Engineer before shall examine the R. Where the concrete is reinforced adequate clearance between water stops and reinforcement shall be maintained so as to permit compaction of the concrete. TESTING OF CONCRETE: During the progress of construction preparation test specimen. the top surface shall be finished even and smooth with wooden trowel.C. Size NIKORA RWSS Page 143 .C. Immediately on removal of forms. curing and testing of concrete shall be conducted in accordance with IS: 1199 and IS: 516 to determine whether the concrete being produced complies with the strength requirements as specified. ridges at from joints. At least one slumps test shall be carried out for every compressive strength test carried out or as directed by the engineer. Concrete shall be fully and carefully compacted around the water steps so that no voids or pours concrete remain. bolt holes shall be rectified as per direction of the engineer-in charge. it shall be cleaned of all foreign material.Rubber water stops shall include a centre bulb and shall have a tensile strength of not less than 20. Water stops shall not be exposed to direct sun light for long periods.
In the case of structure whose external faces are submerged and are not accessible for inspection such as underground tanks. The contract or his own expenses shall provide all apparatus. removing dismantle concrete. the tanks shall be filled with water and after the filling. Six specimens shall preferably be prepared from different batches three being tested for 7 days and remaining three being tested for 28 days.15 cm. labour and arrange test laboratory by the Engineer. The concrete tested in accordance with above clause shall meet the criteria for acceptance of concrete as per IS: 456. E) Or any other test i. No payment for the dismantling. ultrasonic and rebounded hammer tests to be decided by the Engineer at the cost of the Contractor. The methods shall be A) Curing and load testing of the concrete member concerned represented by the test which failed. the level of the surface of the water shall be recorded again at subsequent intervals of 24 hours over a period of seven days. TESTS ON WATER RETAINING STRUCTURES: In addition to the tests of the concrete structure. taking into account NIKORA RWSS Page 144 . as given in above clause. Cubes shall be made for each 10 cubic meters or portion there of or for each poured grade of concrete. This number may be increased at the direction of the Engineer. and reinforcement shall be made embedded fixtures and reinforcement of adjoining structured damaged during dismantling shall be made good by the Contractor at his own expenses. relevant framework. corrective measures shall be taken at once at the Engineers direction. The strength of concrete shall be average strength of three specimens tested at 28 days and conform to grade of concrete.e. The Engineer shall decide on the actual permissible nature of this drop in the surface level. The total drop in level over a period of seven days shall be taken as an indication of the water tightness of the tank. B) Replacements of any such portions of the structure. each water retaining structure shall also be tested. If optional works strengths are too low. The location number and size of such specimen shall be taken as directed by the Engineer. without waiting for the results of the 28 days tests. C) Extended curing of the structure of the concrete represented by the specimen. for water tightness at full supply level as described. D) Collecting and testing core specimen from hardened concrete. hereunder.
FORM WORK: The material required or form work and workmanship shall comply with the provision of specification of the specification of Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board Item No.12 of Gujarat Water Supply & Sewerage Board explanatory notes for building and house drainage. underground tanks whose tops is covered may be deemed to be water tight if the total drop in the surface level over a period of seven days does not exceed 40 nun.whether the tanks are open or closed and the corresponding affect it has on evaporation losses. WSP-A. 14-3. WSP-A. however. make all necessary repairs and repeat the procedure of this clause until the test has been passed at no extra cost to the Department. NIKORA RWSS Page 145 .16 herein before. binding. REINFORCEMENT: The reinforcement to be used for reinforced concrete work shall comply with the requirement of clause 14. the Contractor shall be certain the cause. For many purposes.11 (ii) and 6. In case of unsatisfactory test results.1 3(1) of GWSSB’s specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage.8 MASONARY & BRICK WORK: BRICKWORK: The work shall be carried out as described in specification No. comply with the provision of the specification No. If the structure does not satisfy the conditions test and daily drop in water level is increasing the period of test may be extended for a further seven days and if specified limit is then reached structure may be considered as satisfactory. placing etc. The method of fabrication of reinforcement bending.3 explanatory notes for building and house drainage. WSP-A.
WSP-A-21 (iii) and A-21 (iv) of Gujarat Water supply & Sewerage Board’s specification and drainage. The shutters shall consist of steel rolling shutters of 20 gauge 60 to 75 mm. pressed or built up construction. The thickness of the sheet used shall not be less than 3. windows and ventilators shall be supplied with a single coat of an approved protective paint like red oxide. These shall include necessary locking arrangement and handles etc. NIKORA RWSS Page 146 . All steel doors. The latch shall be machine rolled and strengthened with an effective bridges depth of 16 mm and shall be inter-locked together Throughout their entire length and joining together at the end with end locks.WSP-A. Shall be supported on strong mild steel brackets. fixing of the same shall be done as per specification No. WINDOWS AND ROLLING SHUTTERS: All doors and windows shall be manufactured with steel conforming to IS: 1033 and shall be of good workmanship including fitting. with chain and crank device as required. Rolling shutters shall be obtained from approved manufactures. 14.17 (A-21 (I and ii) of Gujarat Water supply & Sewerage Board’s specification.9 WOOD WORK: All wood work shall be done as per specification No. The spring shall be manufactured from high tensile spring steel wire or strip of adequate strength to balance the shutters in all position.WSP-A.0 mm. These shall be suitable for fixing in position as specified i.14 (iii) of GWSSB’s specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage 14.3. The doors and shall be push and pull type and also operated.10 METAL DOORS. Each latch section shall be a continuous single strip piece without any joints. These shall be mounted on specially designed pipe shaft. The guide channels shall be of mild steel deep channel section and a rolled. The springs shall be preferably of cooled type. Inter locking steel latches of deep convex corrugations complete with pressed steel guides 60 x 25 mm made out of 3 mm thick plate. The spring pipes shaft etc.3.COURSE RUBBELE STONE MASONARY: This work shall be carried out as described in specification No.e. outside or inside on or below lintel or between jambs of the opening.
mixed in the ratio of 1:4 (I metallic hardener: 4 cement) by weight shall be laid on the prepared cement concrete under layer. AU other details and specifications shall be as per cement concrete floor NIKORA RWSS Page 147 . The surface shall be roughened by brushing with steel brushed while the concrete is still green and a topping consistency of 12 mm thick layer of a mix comprising of I cement. bolts etc. The shutter shall then be placed in position and top fixed with pipe and shaft with bolts and nuts. screws. i and iii) WSP A-20 (i to vi and vii) of Gujarat Water supply & Sewerage Board’s specification and explanatory notes for building and housing drainage. Brackets shall be fixed on the inlet or under the inlet as shown withdrawal plugs. After the initial set has started the surface shall be finished smooth and true to falls and slope with steel flats. 14. The shutter shall be laid on the ground and the side guide channel shall be bound with it with ropes etc. The shaft along with the spring shall be then fixed on the brackets. The concrete shall be laid as an under layer up to 12 mm below the finished level of the floor. This work shall be done following the same specifications. Handonate etc.11 FLOORING: The specification for all flooring work shall be as per specification No. The topping shall be firmly pressed in to layer concrete so as to achieve a good bond. The side guide channel and cover frame shall then be fixed to the walls thorough the plate welded to the guides.The gap between the two legs of the guide channel shall be sufficient to allow the free movement of the curtain and at the same time close enough to prevent the ratting of the curtain due to wind. Each guide channels shall be provided with a minimum of three fixing cleats to the walls or columns of bolts and screws.3. Fixing shall be done accurately in workman like manner so that the operation of the shutter is easy and smooth. 2 stone aggregate 6 nun nominal size with approval metallic hardening compound like Eremite. WSPA19 (i. As for ordinary cement concrete flooring up to and including the laying of the 1:2:4 concrete.
W. 14.13 PAINTING & VARNISHING: Specification for painting work shall be as per specification No. Preparation of surface and application shall be as specified. to iii) as described in GWSSB’s specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage. and the paint of the same quality but of shade to suit that of topcoat shall be used. IS: 133.S.1 5 (i. Cement paint shall be fixed in such quantities as can be used up within an hour of its mixing two parts of cement paint and one part of water shall then be added to the mix stirring thoroughly and the time to bottom a liquid mix of workable and uniform consistency.S. dirt dust. The mix shall be applied on the cleaned and wetted surface/primer applied surface with brushes keeping the solution well stirred during the period of application. If directed and anti all Wine primer coat shall then the applied. The second coat shall be added after the first coat has finished NIKORA RWSS Page 148 .12 PLASTER: All plastering work (external or internal) shall be done as described in specification No.A. The paint shall conform to IS: 5410-1969 and shall be of approved brand and manufacture. Varnish shall conform IS: 3471952. The surface shall be thoroughly wetted with clean water before the paint is applied. manufacturer’s printed instructions shall be followed for the painting work. To iii) of GWSSB’s specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage. In addition to above specification for ready mixed paint shall conform to IIS: 102 and 103 -1962. Enamel paint (conforming to IS: 2933-1975) of approved brand and manufacture and or required colour shall be used.1 8 (i. grease. for the under coat. algae and other foreign matters by brushing and washing. 1865 and IS: 137-1965. In all cases. The surface shall be thoroughly cleaned of mortar dropping. WSP-A.3.14.3.
No glazing shall be completed until as stains have been removed from the surface and all glass thoroughly washed with soap and water and polished with approved glass polisher. no glass shall be less than 4 mm thick. The Contractor on completion of the work shall make all broken glass good. Glass shall be ordered slightly over size cut at the site to fit properly. Damp proofing work shall be carried out as per specification No. Before cutting measurement of all glass shall be taken at site.3. 14. scratches and bubbles and flaws of any kind. AR glass shall be as per IS: 176-1966 and shall be reasonably free from blisters.surface of uniform shade and tint and free of brush make to the satisfaction of the Engineer-in-charge. cleaning etc. Glazing work shall be done as per details of workmen specialized in the trade and as per best trade practices. Notwithstanding anything contained herein before manufacturer’s instructions regarding storing. handling. WSPA 23 (iii) described in GWSSB’s specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage. Type. 14. of approved make and shall be properly cut to fit in frames and mullions. Clip in metal heads shall be supplied with the sashes to be NIKORA RWSS Page 149 .14 WATER AND DAMP PROOFING: Waterproof mg work shall be carried out as per specification No.15 GLASS & GLAZING: This section shall cover specifications for supply and installation of all glass as shown in the drawings. The Contractor shall order sufficient additional quantity to make this easily possible. Unless otherwise shown. shall be strictly followed.3. thickness and size of glass shall be as shown in the drawings. The sea ashes shall be manufactured for lazing to be carried out at site with suitable glass thickness as specified elsewhere and should be embedded in nonsetting compound. glazing. strain. cutting. WSP-A-23 (iii) of GWSSB’s specification and explanatory notes for budding and house drainage. All fittings and fixtures and finish hardware shall be fixed just before glazing is done.
3.P. Specification for miscellaneous metal work like manhole cover.5 and 8ii of GWSSB’s specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage.-119. Provision of shelves shall be carried out as per specification NO. hand rails. Except the main entrance to chemical house and filter house where in shall be of best quality brass. This section shall cover all finish.S. -A1. shall be as per specification No. frames. M.17 MISCELLANEOUS WORKS: Specification for holdfasts shall be as per specification NO. spouts shall be provided wherever shown in the drawings. NIKORA RWSS Page 150 .W.C. The comers shall be mitered. Unless otherwise required all fresh hardware shall be in anodized Aluminium.S.C.W. reasonably smooth and free from sharp edges and comers flaws and other defects and shall be as per relevant Indian Standard. The work shall be done in workman like manner as per best trade practices with approved back putty. All hardware shall be approved made and shall be specifically got approved by the Engineer-in-charge before ordering. used in wood doors.S. etc. 14-3.P.7(iii) as described in GWSSB’s specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage. This work shall be carried out as per specifications and explanatory notes for building and house drainage.D. 14. No fittings and fixtures shall be fixed before all major work is over.-24 as described in GWSSB’s specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage. While fixing correct handling of fixtures shall be ensured. Work shall be done as per manufacturers instruction and to the satisfaction of the Engineer-in-charge. All finish hardware shall be well made.16 FINISHING HARDWARE.P.fixed with glazing at site. MS ladders. locks and other fittings and fixtures etc. R. hardware. Skilled carpenters experienced in the work shall fix all finish hardware. All glass and glazing shall be suitably protected until the time of handing over. approved latches. The spouts shall be as per details given in the drawings.
3.P.3. Sprinkling with water shall then wet the surface and water shall be allowed to run off. The fresh mixed washing paint shall then be applied as per manufacturers instruction. Any area requiring treatment after stripping as outline above shall afterwards be rubbed down with a carborandum stone block and washed perfectly clean. Any fine cracks. NIKORA RWSS Page 151 .14. 14.3. snowcem of equal approved cement washing compound of desired colour to be used. to give a uniform and good finished appearance.11 Materials and Workmanship. The surface should be cleaned to remove loose dust or dirt by use of a soft wire brush. shall be removed and air holes filled with 1:1 mortar. No surface treatment shall be carried out until the Engineer has inspected the surfaces. carefully.18 as described in GWSSB’s specification and explanatory notes for building and house drainage. First a paste shall be prepared by mixing two parts of compound with the one part of water by volume and immediately this should be thinned by adding another one part of water to have a uniform solution consistency of paint. The cement should be made loose by rolling and shaking the contained before opening.S.E.20 STRUCTLTRAL STEEL WORK: Structural steel work specifications shall be as per specification No.18 TREATMENT OF CONCRETE SURFACES: All concrete surfaces shall be reasonably smooth and true. M. 14. Only fresh compound should be used. After a day or two a second coat of cement washing painting should be applied on the wetted surface.3.21 WELDING: Specification for welding shall be vide section No. which may occur between boards and panels. 14.19 CEMENT WASHING: For decorative as well as water repellent washings on the external surfaces wherever specified in the drawing and schedule of finishes. Hard or set snowcem should not be used.
P.P.P. GULLEY TRAP CHAMBER: Refer specification No. NIKORA RWSS Page 152 .S. W.B. W.22 SANITARY & PLUMBING WORKS: Indian type water closet .14.S. W. MIRROR FOR WASH BASIN: This shall be best quality Belgium Glass size commensurate with basin coppered back types.3. CAST IRON SOIL. WASTE VENT. GALVANISED IRON PIPES: Refer specification No. 9 of GWSSB’s specification. Flushing cisterns for water closet .D.S.refer specification No.25 of GWSSB’s specification.S. SALT GLAZED STONEWARE PIPES: Refer specification No. W. W.P. Refer specification no. 231. length. S.00 in.B.S. 23 of GWSSB’s specification. D-24 of GWSSB’s specification.D. WASHBASIN: Refer specification No. 23 of GWSSB’s specification.B.P. W. GWSSB’s specification. W. 21 of GWSSB’s specification.P.P. TOWELRAIL: This shall be Aluminium and is decorative 25 mm dia 1. of GWSSB’s specification. MANHOLES: Refer specification Nos. PIPES & FITTINGS.for this item work shall be carried out as described in specification No.B.S.
Buzzer (in the case of words "Via the switch" shall be read as: "Via the ceiling rose/socket outlet of bell push where no ceiling rose/ socket outlet is provided.B. etc.4. A) B) C) D) E) F) Ceiling rose of connector (in the case of ceiling/exhaust for points) Ceiling rose (in the case of pendants except stiff pendent points) Back plate (in the case of stiff pendants. Page 153 A) NIKORA RWSS .4. D) Wooden box. Call bell.4. 24 of GWSSB’s specification. bushed conduit or porcelain tubing where cables pass through walls etc.4 GENERAL: 14.) Socket outlet (in the case of socket outlet points) Lamp holder (in the case of wall brackets. bulkhead and similar fittings).1 DEFINITIONS AND CONVENTIONAL SYMBOLS: The definition of terms shall be in accordance with the Indian Standard Code of Practice for Electrical wiring installation IS: 732-1963 except for the definition of a “Point”. batten points. fluorescent fittings with down roads. C) Any special and suitable round block for neatly housing the connector and covering the fan hook in the case of fan points.2 POINT WIRING: Point wiring shall include all work necessary in complete wiring on a switch circuit of any length from the tapping point on the distribution circuit to the following. 14.S.P. 14.URINAL: Refer specification of W. Contractor has to provide minimum two urinals. via the switch. 14.3 POINT WIRING TO INCLUDE: The following shall be seemed to be included in the point wiring: Switch B) Ceiling rose of connector as required.
Recessed conduit wiring shaft be done on distribution system with main and branch distribution boards at convenient physical and electrical centers and without fuss at isolated placed. the open wiring shall be run above the false ceding without the approval of Engineer-in-charge. All wood or metal blocks boards and boxes sunk or surface type including those required for mounting fan regulator but excluding those under the main and distributing switch gears.4 CIRCUIT WIRING: Circuit wiring shall mean the length of wiring from the distribution board up to the tapping point for the nearest first point of that circuit viz. Such shall be measured on liner basis. All conductors shall run. switch. screws. etc.4. lamp holder. Connections to ceiling rose. All fixing accessories such as clips. Looping in the same switchboard and inter connections between points on the same circuit.4. In case of joint box system of wiring. nails. if specified. NIKORA RWSS Page 154 . connections to socket outlet. as far as possible. 14.6 SYSTEM OF WIRING: The wiring shall be carried out on such a system as may be specified in the tender schedule or otherwise specified in the special specification (Power and "Heating" wiring shall be kept separate and distinct from "Lighting and "fan” wiring). 14.5 SUB MAIN WIRING: Sub main wiring shall means that length of wiring from the main/distribution switchgear to another main distribution switchgear measured along the run of wiring. joint boxes with necessary connections as required. Earth wire from three pin socket outlet point/fan regulator to the common earth including connection to earth except the earth wire from the first tapping point of leave wire to the sub-distribution on board. the consideration shall be given for neatness. good appearance and safety. along the wars and ceiling so as to be easily accessible and capable of being thoroughly inspected. In all types of wiring.E) F) G) H) I) J) K) Conduit or metallic covering up to 1. required.5 M from floor. pin-plug. crawl plug. In no case. wooden plug. 14. fan regulator etc.4. Up to the nearest first switch board measured along the run of wiring. Such wiring shall be measured on liner basis.
the main switch board.mm (1/2.40 mm) the minimum size of Aluminium conductor for power wiring shall be 4 sq.24 mm). the distribution fuses board.5 sq.4. 14. In large or important rooms. The smallest Aluminium conductor for the final circuit shall have a nominal cross sectional area of not less than 1.6. 14.1 FLELXIBLE CABLE: NIKORA RWSS Page 155 . system or different phase of a poly phase system shall be apart at a minimum distances of 2 mts. the round of various mains and sub mains and the position of all points with their classification 14. 14. Circuits on opposite pole of a three wire D. Conductors of all cables except the flexible cable shall be of Aluminium.4.7 BALANCING OF CIRCUITS: The balancing of circuits in three wire of poly phase installation shall be arranged before hand to the satisfaction shall be arranged.8 MEDIUM PRESSURE WIRING: Medium pressure wiring and associated apparatus shall comply in all respect with the requirements of rules 50 and 51 of the Indian Electricity Rules 1956 as amended from time to time. Unless they are enclosed in earthed metal casing suitably marked to indicate the risk of dangerous sock due to the voltage between the conductors contained in them.6 CABLES: All cables shall conform to relevant Indian Standards. 14.9 PRESSURE FREQUENCY: Pressure and frequently of supply all current consuming devices shall be suitable for the pressure and frequency of the supply to which these are to be connected.C.5 DRAWING: All wiring diagrams shall indicate clearly in plan.mm (1/1. light and socket outlet points shall be distribution over more than one circuit as directed by the Engineer-in-charge.4.14.
Unless the actual values of load are known or specified.7. In non-residential buildings natural conductor and earth continuity wire shall be brought to each switchboard situated in room and halls.0. 14.8 JOINT AND LOOPING PACK: Unless otherwise specified the wiring shall be done in the Looping system phase or live conductor shall be looped at the switch box and natural conductor can be looped from the light fan or socket outlet.193 mm). The minimum cross sectional area of conductor for flexible cable shall 0.3 SOCKE TOUTLETS : 5 Amps. The wiring throughout the installation shall be such that there is no break in the neutral wire except in the form of linked NIKORA RWSS Page 156 . Socket outlet and control switch in future. 14. 3 core flexible cables shall be used . 14. Socket outlet points and 15 Amp.2 TABLE FANS AND CEILING FANS: Table fans and ceiling fans shall be rated at 60 watts.for connecting single-phase appliances.9 CONTROL AT POINT ENTRY OF SUPPLY: There shall be linked main switchgear with fuse on each live conductor of the supply mains at the point of entry. 14. Unless the flexible cables and conduits are protected by Armour or rubber or PVC sheets.1 In candescent lamps installed in residential and non-residential buildings shall be rated at 60 watts and I 00 watts respectively.7.7 RATING OF LAMPS. these shall not be used in work shops and other places where they are liable to mechanical damage.0006 sq. SOICKET OUTLET POINTS AND EXHAUST FANS: 14.Conductor of flexible cable shall be of copper.7. inch (14/0076" or 14. FANS. 14. These shall be terminated inside the switchboard with suitable connector and the switchboard shall be of adequate size to accommodate one number 5 Amp. Socket outlet points shall be rated at 100 watts and 1000 watts respectively.
switchgear. 14.1 SITUATION MAIN SWITCH GEAR: The main switchgear shall be situated as near as practicable to the termination of service line and shall be easily accessible without the use of any external aid.10 MAIN SWITCH GEARS. where the conductors include an earthed conductor of a two-wire system or a conductor. 1956 shall be referred.2 INDICATION IDENTIFY EARTHED NEUTRAL CONDUCTOR: On the main switchgear. The switchboards shall be total enclosed or made flame proof as may be necessitated by the particular circumstances. vapour or gas is likely to be present.3 SAFETY AGAINST PERSONNEL: OPERATION BY UNAUTHORISED Main switch Boards shall be installed in room or cupboards having provision for locking arrangement as to safeguard against operation by unauthorized personnel.10.2 SITUATION OF SWITCH BOARD: Open type switchboards shall be placed only in dry situation and in wellventilated rooms and they shall not be placed in the vicinity of shortage batteries and exposed to chemical fumes. In a damp situation or where inflammable or explosive dust.10. The neutral shall also be distinctly marked. which is to be connected thereto. 14.10. 14. In this connection. Rules 32 (i) of Indian Electricity Rules.1 METAL LEAD SWITCH GEAR: All main switch gears shall be of metal lead shall be fixed at close proximity to the point of entry of supply.10. 14.9.4 SWITCH BOARDS NOT TO BE ERECTED IN LOCATIONS: NIKORA RWSS Page 157 . 14.9. 1956 Shall also be referred. an indication of a permanent nature shall be provided Identical earthed neutral conductor. SWITCH BOARD & THEIR LOCATION: 14. Rule -33 (2) of the Indian Electricity Rules. 14. In this connection.
of any washing room or laundries or in the bathrooms.Switchboard shall not be erected above gas.9 LIVE PARTS TO BE SPACE IF NOT SCREENED: NIKORA RWSS Page 158 . 14. to dropper to abnormal moist atmosphere the outer casing shall be weather proof and shall be provided with glands or bushings or adopted to receive screwed conduit according to the manner in witch cable are run.10.5 SWITCH BOARDS EXPOSED TO WEATHER: Switch boards. from the edge of the panel. 14. PVC and double flanged bushed shall be fitted in the holes of the switches for entry and exit of wires.6 BOTTOM OF SWITCH BOARD: A switchboard shall be installed so that its bottom is within 1.5 m. if unavoidably fixed in place likely to be exposed to weather. above the floor unless the front of the switchboard is completely enclosed by a door or the switchboard is located in a position to which only authorised persons have access.25 in. Equipment which are on the front of a switch board shall be so arranged that in advertent personnel contact with live parts is unlikely during the manipulation of switch gears. stoves or sinks or within 2.10. changing of focuses or like operations.8 HOLES IN PANEL: No holes other dm the holes by means of which the panel is fixed shall be drilled closer that 1. lavoratories. toilets or kitchens.7 SWITCH BOARD RECESSED IN WALL: Switch Boards shall be recessed in the wall if so specified in the schedule or work or in the special specifications.10.10.10. the outer surface of door being flush with the walls.3 cm. 14. The front shall be fitted with hinged panel or wood or other suitable material such as Bakelite in wood frame with locking arrangement. 14. Ample room shall be provided at the back for connections and at the front between the switchgear mountings and the door. 14.
14. 14. 14. After erection with one coat of anti-rust.The various live parts unless they are effectively screened by substantial barriers on non-hydroscopic.13 DANGER NOTICE PLATE: All switchboard connected w medium voltage and above shall be provided with "Danger Notice Plate" conforming to relevant Indian standards. Metal Box shall consist of a box made of sheet not less than 3 mm. these fuses shall be so arranged that the fims are live when their respective switches are in the ‘off’ position. In every case in which switch and fuses are fitted on the same pole. 14.10.10. After erection.10 READY ACCESIBLE: The arrangement of the gear shall be such that they shall be readily accessible and their connections to all instruments and apparatus shall also be traceable. they shall be painted with two coats of approved enamel or aluminum paint as required on all sides where accessible.10.12 PAINTING OF SWITCH GEAR All the metal switchgears and switchboards shall be painted prior to erection with one coat of anti-rust primer.10. 14. thick and shall be provided with a hinged cover to enable the board be swung open for the examination of the wiring at the back. The joints shall be subsequently welded.12 HUNGED TYPE METAL BOARDS: Such boards shall be suitable for mounting of metal clad switchgear consisting of not more than one switchgear and ICDB 4 way of 6 ways. 14.11 FIXING OF FUSES: No fuses other than fuses in instrument circuit shall be on the back or behind a switchboard panel of frame. NIKORA RWSS Page 159 .11 TYPES OF SWITCH BOARDS: Metal clad switchgear shall preferably be mounted on any of the types of boards mentioned above. non-flammable insulating materials shall be so spaced that are cannot be maintained between such parts and earth.
There shall be a clear distance of 3 cm.5 cms.13 FIXED TYPE METAL BOARD: Such board shall be suitable for large switchboards for mounting large number of switchgears and/or higher capacity metal clad switchgear.Metal boards may be made of suitable size angle iron of maximum size of 25 mm x 35mm x 6 mm or channel iron of minimum size 35 mm x 35mm x 6mm frame work suitably mounted on front with a 3mm thick M.14 MARKETING OF APPARATUS: When a board is connected to voltage higher than 250 volts all the terminals or loads of the apparatus mounted on it shall be marked in the following colour to indicate the different poles of phase to which the apparatus or its different terminals may have been connected. 14. The joints shall be substantially welded. No apparatus shall project beyond any edge of panel. if so required in the special specification in any particular place. The detailed dimensions and design of metal boards and angle from frame work for switch gear.S. A wooden board of thickness not less than 6 mm may be provided at the back. These shall consist of an angle or channel iron frame fixed on the wall at the top. More space shall be allowed wherever necessary. of any edge of the panel. The connection between the switchgear mounting and the concreting cable upon the wall shall be enclosed in a protection pipe. sheet. NIKORA RWSS Page 160 . The front sheet shall be provided with suitable hinges to enable the board to be swung open for examination of the wiring. There shall be a clear distance of I m in front of the switchboard. including the dispositions of the various mounting. No fuse shall be mounted within 2. which shall be symmetrically and neatly arranged for arriving at the over all dimensions shall be prepared and Submitted before hand and shall have the prior approval of the Engineer-in-Charge. between the front and the back sheets. S. 14. The boards shall be securely fixed to the wall by means of rag bolts and shall be provided with a locking arrangement and stud.5 M. AU wires passing through the metal boards shall be brushed. plate and on back with 1.
A. each such switchgear be marked to indicate which section of the installation it controls. The distribution fuse board shall be located as near as possible to the centre of the load they are intended to control.2 A linked switch fuse or a circuit breaker shall control branch distribution boards. 14.1 Main distribution boards shall be controlled by a liked switch fuse or circuit breaker. blue and yellow Black Where four-wire three-phase wiring is done. All distribution boards shall be marked “Lighting” of “Power” as the case may be and also marked with the pressure and number of phases of the supply. Three phases Neutral Red. Each outgoing circuit shall be provided with a fuse on the phase on live conductor the earthed neutral conductor shall be connected to a common link and be capable of being disconnected individually for testing purpose. diagram and list giving details of each circuit. All markings required under this rule shall be clear and permanent. 14.15. each such switch board shall be marked to indicate which section of the installation and building it controls. The main switch gear shall be marked as such where there is more than one main switch board in the building. the neutral shall preferably be in one colour and the other three wires in another colours Where a board has more than one switchgear. At least one spare circuit of the same capacity shall be provided on each branch distribution board.15 MAIN AND BRANCH DISTRIBUTION BOARDS AND THEIR LOCATION: Unless other wise specified in the special specification main and distribution fuse board shall be of the metal clad type. 14. Each outgoing circuit shall be provided with a fuse on the phase or live conductor.15. Each shall be provided with a circuit.C. which it controls. and the current rating of the circuit and size of the fuse element. These distribution fuse boards shall be NIKORA RWSS Page 161 .
fuse type only.fixed on suitable station or wall and shall be accessible for replacement of fuses as and when necessity arises. In non-residential buildings. or b) Arranged so that two cannot be open at a time that is they are interlocked and the metal case is marked ‘Danger 400 Volts’. 14. they shall be of H. board leaving the spare circuit for future extension. 14. such circuit shall not have more than a total of ten points of light. as far as possible evenly between the number of ways of the board. out if exposed to weather or damp situations they shall be of weather proof type and if installed where exposed to explosive dust. Wherever the board to be fed is more than 1 KW an isolator switch of miniature circuit breaker shall control it. Triple pole distribution boards shall not be generally used for final circuit distribution unless specific approval of Engineer-in-Charge is obtained & In such special case where use of final pole distribution boards are inevitable. the total load of the consuming devices shall be divided. NIKORA RWSS Page 162 . fan and socket outlets or a load of 800 watts. these distribution boards shall be: a) Fixed not less than 2m. vapour or gas. The circuit shall be designed based on the loading of the circuit. they shall be flame proof type. They shall be of metal clad type. Or c) Installed in a room or enclosure accessible to only authorised persons. Power circuit building shall be designed with a maximum of two outlets per circuit. the load shall be taken as 1 KW per outlet. Where two or more distribution fuse boards feeding low-pressure circuits are fed from a supply at medium voltage. apart. whichever is less. however. there shall be only one outlet per circuit.C.R.16 CAPACITY OF CIRCUITS: Lights and fans may be wired on a common circuits.17 WIRING DISTRIBUTION BOARDS: In wiring a branch distribution board. Where not specified.
long by 2. In a hinged board. unless the terminals are of such a form that they can be securely clamped. in the ends of conductor shall be neatly brushed with porcelain.18 PASSING THROUGH WALLS: When conductors.All connections between of pieces apparatus or between apparatus and terminal on a board shall be neatly arranged in a definite sequence. All per conductor shall be rigidly fixed in such a manner that clearance of at least 2. is maintained between conductors or opposite polarity or phase and between the conductors and any materials other than insulating materials. a pilot lamp shall be fixed and connected through an independent single pole switch and fuse to the bus bars of the board.5 mm of the surface the remainder being finished according to the nature of NIKORA RWSS Page 163 . any one of the following methods. Care shall be taken to see that wires pass very freely through protective pipe or box and that wires pass through in a straight line without by twist or cross in wires. (b) Where a walk tube passes outside a building so as to be exposed to weather.19 FIXING TO WALLS AND CEILING Plug for ordinary walls or ceiling shall be of well-seasoned tea or other approved hard wood not less than 5 cm. wood or other approved materials. the incoming and outgoing cables shall be neatly bunched and shall be fixed in such away that the doors shall be capable of swinging through an angle or not less than 90 degrees. without cutting away of cable strands. They shall be cemented into walls within 6. If required in the special specification. Square on the outer end. the outer and shall be bell mounted and turned downwards and properly brushed on the open end. Following the arrangement of the apparatus mounted there on avoiding unnecessary crossing. pass through walls. squares on the inner and 2 cm. Cable shall be connected to terminals only by doddered lugs.5-cm. shall be employed. (a) The conductors shall be carried out in an approved heavy gauge solid drawn or lap welded conduit or in a proclaim tube of such a size that it permit easy drawings. 14.5 cm. 14. on either ends of such holes.
wood batter or metal conduit shall be attached to the or ceiling in a approved manner. suitable wire guard shall protect the glass. The loads of pre-wired fixture shall be terminated on ceiling rose of conductor. No inflammable shade shall form a part of a light fitting against all risks of fire. the wood casing. An insulating distance piece of moisture proof material shall be inserted between the holder nipple NIKORA RWSS Page 164 . the tube or channel must be free from sharp angles or projecting edges and of size as will enable them to be wires with the conductors used for the final circuit without removing the braiding or lapping. In case of new buildings. Enclosed type fittings shall be provided with removable glass receptacles.the surface with plaster. the teak wood plugs shall be fixed in the walls. Where this cannot be done. In all such cases an approved type of asbestos or fiber fixing plug (Raw or phil plug) with correct size of tees shall be used and done in a workman like manner. Where owing to irregular curing or either reasons the plugging of the walls or ceiling with wood plugs present difficulties. External and road lamps shall have weatherproof fittings of approved design so as to effectively prevent the admission of moisture. the lamp complete and of such size of construction as to prevent undue heat of the lamp. fans and socket outlets shall be so located as to provide maximum comfort to the occupant and to enable him to utilise the electricity in the most economical manner. arranged to enclosure. or if the position of fittings were such that the glass receptacle is liable to Mechanical damage. 14. Plastic shade shall not be generally used in the fittings suit for incandescent lamps. Vitreous enabled iron shade shall be of size 250 mm x 90 mm (normal size with a tolerance of 5mm. Plugging of walls or ceiling can be done in a better way where neatness is the first Consideration.20 FITTING Lights. As far as possible or tubes or channels should be of sufficient size to pen-nit to leaping back. as far as possible before first coat of white washing. Celluloid shade or light fitting shall not be used under any circumstances. Where conductors are required to be drawn through tube or channel leading to the fittings. wooden plugs as described can be used with special permission of the Engineer in charge.
Where socket outlet placed at lower levels. Bulk head fittings shall be of cast iron/ cast aluminum body suitably painted white inside and gray outside complete with heat resistant glass cover P. In verandahs and similar exposed situations. where pendants are used they shall be of fixed rod type. and 15 Amp.and the fitting. conductor of the circuit and no single pole switches of fuse shall be inserted in the earth. Single pole switches (other than for multiple control) carrying not more than 15 Amp. As the case may be to harmonise with the system of wiring adopted. The switch for 5 Amp. socket outlets kg\hall be normally be fixed at any convenient place 23 cms. 14. above the floor level or near such level in special cases as desired by the Engineer -in-charge. Every socket outlet shall be controlled by main switch The switch controlled the socket outlet shall be on the "Live" side of the EM. they shall be enclosed in a suitable metallic box. Flexible cord conductors and cord grip lamp holders must be used where exposed to weather.C. switch and socket should have integral provisions of an indicator diode. along with the socket outlet. But the fuse may be embodied in plug in which case plug shall be non-reversible and shall be so arranged and connected that the fuse is connected to phase.21 ACCESSORIES: All switches shall be placed in the live. holder and wire guard suitable for 1 00 watts incandescent lamp. with socket outlet shall be of flexible twin cord with an earthing cord which shall be secured by connecting Page 165 (B) (C) (D) (E) (F) (G) NIKORA RWSS . May be of the turbater type and the switch shall be ‘ON’ when the handle or knob is down. 14. Conductors connecting electrical appliance. socket outlet shall be kept at normal switch level and that for 15 Amp along with the socket outlet However. Where specific gasket for glass cover and shock proof P. socket shall be kept at normal switch level and that for 15 Amp. holder shall be provided.22 SOCKET OUTLETS: (A) A socket outlet shall not embody terminals integral part of it. earthed neutral conductor of the circuit. In an earthed system of supply a socket outlet and plug shall be of the three pin-type the third terminal shall be connected to earth. in special case. A Amp. if desired by the Engineer-incharge the 5 Amp. live conductor or the non-earthed conductor of the circuit. 15 Amps.C.
between the earth terminal of plug and the metallic body of the electrical appliance.
14.23 ATTACHMENT OF FITTINGS AND ACCESSORIES: In case of conduit wiring, and accessories like switches, socket outlets, call bal pushes and regulators shall be fixed in flush pattern inside metal boxes. Accessories like ceiling roses, brackets, battens, strip pendants etc. shall be fixed on metal outlet boxes, Aluminium alloy or cadmium plated iron screws shall be use to fix accessories to their bases. The blocks/ boards shall normally be mounted with their bottom 1.25 meter from floor level. The boards shall have sun mica finish. 14.24 FANS, REGULATORS AND CLAMPS: A) B) Ceiling fans including their suspensions shall conform to relevant Indian standard. All ceiling fans shall be wired to ceiling roses or to special connector boxes and suspended from hocks or shackles with insulators between hooks and suspension rods. There shall be no joint in the suspension rod. For concrete roof s, ceiling fan hooks shall be buried in the concrete during construction. M.S. flat of size 4 mm x 6mm bent in the form of an inverted "U" supported on two cross rods or cross flats 60 cm long which are bound together to the top reinforcement the roof shall be used. The distance between the vertical lags shall not be less than 15 cm. and the legs shall project at least 13 cm. below the ceiling and oval holes shall be made in them for carrying a 15 m dia rod hook. Alternatively a 15 nun dia M.S. rod in "U” shape of "U” with their vertical legs bent horizontally at the top at least I cm. either side and bound to the top reinforcement of the roof shall be used. In building with concrete roof s having a low ceiling height where the fan clamp mentioned under (C) cannot be used or whatever specified recessed type fan clamp outside a cistern box, shall be used. Canopies on top of suspensions road shall effectively hide the suspensions. The loading wire shall be or normal cross sectional area not less than 1.5 sq. mt. and shall be protected from abrasion. Unless otherwise specified all ceiling fans shall be 2.75 mm lit above the floor.
E) F) G)
In the case of measurement of extra down rod for ceiling fan including the same shall be measured in units of I 0 cms. may lengths less dm cm. shall be ignored.
EXHAUST FANS: A) B) Exhaust fan shall conform to the relevant Indian standards. Exhaust fans shall be fixed at the places indicated by the Engineer in charge. For fixing an exhaust fan a circular hole shall be provided in the wall to suit the size of the frame, which shall be fixed by means of rag, bolts embedded to the wall. The hole shall be neatly plastered to the original finish of the wall. The exhaust fan shall be connected to exhaust fan point which shall be wire as near to the hole as possible by means of a flexible cored, car being taken that the rotate in the proper direction. Exhaust fans for installation in corrosive atmosphere, the exhaust fan shall be painted with a special PVC paint or chlorinated rubber paint. Installation of exhaust fans in kitchens dark rooms and such other specials locations needs careful consideration. The regulations of ceiling fans/exhaust fans regulators shall be connected to earth by loop earthing.
C) D) E)
14.25 CONDUIT WIRING: SURFACE CONDUIT WIRING SYSTEM: All conduit pipes shall be of approved gauge (not less than 16 SWG for conduit of sizes up to 32 mm. diameter and not less than 14 SEG got conduit of sizes above 32 mm dia) solid drawn or lap welded finished with galvanised or stove enameled surface. All conduit accessories shall be of threaded and under no circumstances pin grip type or clamp grip type accessories shall be used. The maximum number of VIR PVC insulated 250 volts grade aluminum conductor cable that can be drawn section and the Number of cables per conduit shall not be exceeded. No steel conduit less than 19 mm. in dia meter shall be used. Cables carrying direct current if desired be bunched whatever their polarity, but cable carrying alternating current, if installed in metal conduit shall always be bunched so that the outgoing and return cables are drawn into the same conduit. Conduit pipes shall be joined by means of screwed couplers and screwed accessories only.
In long instance straight run of conduit inspec6onMx coupler at reasonable intervals shall be provided or running threads with couplers and jam nuts shall be provided. In the latter case the bare threaded portion shall be threaded with anti corrosive preservatives. Threads on conduit pipes in all cases shall be between 13mm to 19mm long sufficient to accommodate pipes to full threaded portion full couplers or accessories. Out end conduits pipes shall have neither sharp edges nor any bends left to avoid damage to the insulation of conductors which pulling them through such pipes. The Engineer in charge with a view to ensuring that the above provisions has been carried out may require that the separate lengths of conduits etc. after they have been prepared, shall be submitted for inspection before being fixed. The layout of conduit should be such that any condensation or sheathing inside the conduit is drained out. Suitable precaution should also be taken to prevent entry of insects inside the conduit. The outer surface of conduit include all bends, unions, tees, junction boxes etc. forming part of the conduit system shall be adequately protected against rush when such system is exposed to weather by being painted with two coats of oxide paint applied before they are fixed. In all cases, to bars threaded portion of conduit pipe shall be allowed. Unless such bars threaded portion is treated with anti corrosive preservation on covered with approved plastic compound. After installation, all surface of conduit pipes fittings; switch and regular boxes etc shall be painted. 14.26 FIXING OF CONDUIT: (A) Conduit pipes shall be fixed by heavy gauge saddles, secured to suitable wood plugs or other approved plugs with screw in an approved manner at an interval of not more than one meter but on either side of the couplers or bands, or similar fittings saddles shall be fixed at a distance of 30 cm. from the centre of such fittings. The saddles should not be less than 4 gauges for conduits up to 25 mm. and not less than 2 gauges for larger diameter. Where conduit pipes are to be laid along the trusses, steel joints, etc. the same shall be secured by means of ordinary clips or girder clips as required by the Engineer in charge where it is not possible to drill holes in the two members,
Clear depth of the box shall not be less than 60 mm. The width and the thickness of the ordinary clips or girder clips and clamps shall be not less than as stated below. Up to a size of 20cm x 30cm and above this M. All necessary bends in the system. radius of bends. In the case of cast boxes. the other portion being projection out for suitable entry of conduit pipes in the box. The switch or regulator box shall be made of metal on all sides. boxes shall be used except where otherwise stated 3mm thick Phenolic laminated sheets like sun mica shall be fixed on the front with brass screws. FOR CLAMPS ON ORDIANRY CLIPS: Size of conduit 1mm 25 mm 32 mm and above FOR GIRDER CLIPS: For all sizes of conduit size of clamping rod shall be 7 SWG diameters. Gas or water pipe shall not be used as earth medium. The entire system of conduit after erection shall be tested for mechanical and electrical continuity throughout the permanently connected to earth conforming to the requirements specified elsewhere by means of special approved type of earthing clap efficiently fastened to conduit pipe in a workman like manner for a perfect continuity between the earth and conduit. and this shall be increased suitably to accommodate mounting of fan regulators in flush pattern. The conduit of each circuit or section shall be completed before conductors are drawn in. from outlet to outlet. including diversion shall be done by bending pipes or by inserting suitable or inspection type normal bends elbows or similar fittings or by fixing cast iron inspection boxes whichever is most suitable conduit fittings shall be avoided as far as possible on conduit system exposed to weather. If conduit pipes are liable to mechanical damage. Only a portion of the above box shall be sunk in the wall. in conduit pipes shall not be less dm 7. wall thickness shall be at least 3 nun and in case of welded mild steel sheet boxes the wall thickness shall not be less than 10 gauge for boxes. except on the front.suitable clamps with bolts and nuts shall be used. In conduit system pipes contributes when passing through walls or must to be floors.S. The necessary solid type fittings shall be used.5 cm. No length of conduit shall have more than the equivalent of four-quarter bends. they shall be adequately protected. Width of saddle clip 19 mm 19 mm 25 mm Thickness of clip 20 SWG 20 SWG 18 SWG NIKORA RWSS Page 169 .
All metal conduit trunk cases. distribution fuse boards lighting fittings and all other parts made of metal shall be bent together and connected by means of separate and distinct conductor to an effective earth electrode. shall be flush type. in clauses above and in addition to the requirements specified in the following clauses: The chase in the wall shall be neatly made and of sample dimensions to permit the conduit to be fixed in the manner desired. G I fix wire of IO SWG shall be provided along with laying of recessed conduit.RECESSED CONDUIT WIRING SYSTEM: Recessed conduit wiring system shall comply with all the requirements of surface conduit wiring system specified. These shall be mounted flush with the walls. The outlet box shall be same as above shall be mounted flush with the wall. A threaded joint of conduit pipes shall be treated with approved preservation compound to ensure protection against rust. Page 170 NIKORA RWSS . switch gears. The conduit pipe shall be fixed by means of staples or by means of saddles not more than 60 cm. 14. In the case of building.27 EARTHING: i) ii) Earth electrode either in the form of pipe electrode or plate electrode shall be provided at all premises for providing in earth system. if necessary. under construction conduit shall be buried in the wall before plastering and shall be finished neatly after erection of Conduit. wall sockets. special care should be taken to fix the conduit and accessories in position along with the building work. Suitable ventilating holes shall be provided in the inspection box covers. The metal box shall be efficiently earthed with conduit by an approved means of earth attachment. sheaths. apart or by any other approved means of fixing. Fixing of standard bends elbows shall be avoided as far as practicable and al maintained by bending the conduit pipe it self with a long radius which will permit easy drawing of conductors. Except for equipment provided with double insulate all the non-circuit carrying metal parts of electrical insulation are to be properly. All outlets such as switches. In case of exposed brick rubble masonry works. etc. The facilities drawing of wires in the conduit. Suitable inspection boxes to the barest minimum requirements shall be vided to permit periodical Inspection and to facilitate replacement of wires.
Works Division GWSSB. It shall be provided in accordance with I. Bharuch. Earthing work should conform to I.The main earth electrode should be CI / MS perforated pipes driven into the soil as per standard practice. S. Continuous loops earthing should be provided with adequate size of GI wire. 3043 (1966) (Code practice for earthing) Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. Rules.E. NIKORA RWSS Page 171 .H.
AERATOR a. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition 80% b. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test 60% 30% 10% 2. 80% 15% 5% 4. No. 5% 3. BYE PASS CI PIPELINE FROM INLET CHAMBER TO CLEAR WATER SUMP a. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run 15% c. Description Payment 1. FLASH MIXER a Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition NIKORA RWSS 80% Page 172 . Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run 15% c. INLET CHAMBER a. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run c. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition 80% b. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition b. RCC RAW WATER CHANNEL FROM AERATOR TO INLET CHAMBER a. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. RCC RAW WATER CHANNEL FROM INLET CHAMBER TO FLASH FIXER a Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition 80% b Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run 15% c Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. 5% 6. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run c. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition b.SCHEDULE OF PAYMENT PART-A BREAK UP OF PAYMENT FOR PART-I SUPPLY ITEMS Sr. 5% 5.
CI /MS PIPELINE FROM FLASH MIXER TO CLARRIFLOCCULATOR a. CHEMICAL HOUSE. 5% 8. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition 80% b. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition b. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition 80% b. a. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. 5% NIKORA RWSS Page 173 . LABORATORY. ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING AND BACK WASH TANK a. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run c.b Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run c Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. 80% 15% 5% 80% 15% 5% 80% 15% 5% 11. RCC CHANNEL FROM CLARRIFLOCULATOR TO FILTER BED. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. 10. 5% 12. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run c. WASH WATER CI PIPELINE FROM FILTERATION BED TO SLUDGE CHAMBER a. FILTER BEDS a. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition b. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run 15% c. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run 15% c. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition b. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. 9. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. CLARRIFLOCCULATOR a. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run 15% c. 15% 5% 7. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run c. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition 80% b. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test.
H. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition 80% b. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test.NECESSORY ADVISE IS ACCEPTEABLE Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. 80% 15% 5% 14. Works Division GWSSB. OTHER ANCILLIARY & MICELLENEOUS WORK (Other than above) a. 5% NOTE :. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run c. WASH WATER CI PIPELINE FROM BACK WASH TANK TO FILTER BED a. Page 174 NIKORA RWSS .13. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run c. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run 15% c. 5% 16. 80% 15% 5% 15. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition b. Bharuch. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition b. PURE WATER CI PIPELINE FROM FILTER BED TO CLEAR WATER SUMP a. CHLORINE STORE ROOM a. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition b. 80% 15% 5% 17. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run 15% c. BYE PASS CI PIPELINE FROM CLARRIFLOCCULATOR TO CLEAR WATER SUMP a. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. Amount to be paid after 3 months satisfactory performance and one monsoon season test. Amount to be paid after 3 months trial run c. Payment to be made on receipt of material at site in good condition 80% b.
30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 4. Description Payment 1. AERATOR i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run.BREAK UP OF PAYMENT FOR PART-II STORAGE. 30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 6. 30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 3. INLET CHAMBER i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run. 30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 2. RCC RAW WATER CHANNEL FROM INLET CHAMBER TO FLASH MIXER i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 1 month trial run. RCC RAW WATER CHANNEL FROM AERATOR TO INLET CHAMBER i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run. ERECTION & COMMISSIONING Sr. CI PIPELINE FROM FLASH MIXER TO CLARIFLOCCULATOR i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run. 30% NIKORA RWSS Page 175 . FLASH MIXER i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run. 30% iii After 6 months satisfactory performance 10% 5. 30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 7. BYE PASS CI PIPELINE FROM INLET CHAMBER TO CLEAR WATER SUMP i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run. No.
ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING AND BACK WASH TANK i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run. RCC CHANNEL FROM CLARRIFLOCULATOR TO FILTER BED i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run. LABORATORY.FLOCCULATOR TO CLEAR WATER SUMP i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run. 30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 12.iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 8. 30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% NIKORA RWSS Page 176 . 30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 11. PURE WATER CI PIPELINE FROM FILTER BED TO CLEAR WATER SUMP i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run. WASH WATER CI PIPELINE FROM FILTERATION BED TO SLUDGE CHAMBER i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run. 30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 9. 30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 14. BYEPASS CI PIPELINE FROM CLARRI. CLARIFLOCCULATOR i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run. 30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 13. CHEMICAL HOUSE. 30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 10. FILTER BEDS i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run.
30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 17. GWSSB.H. Bharuch NIKORA RWSS Page 177 . OTHER ANCILLIARY & MISCALLENEOUS WORK (Other than above) i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run.S. Works Division. PIPELINE FROM PROPOSED ESR TO FILTER BED i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run. CHLORINE STORE ROOM i Storage & erection 60% ii Commissioning along with other components after 3 month trial run.15. WASH WATER M. 30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. 30% iii After 3 months satisfactory performance 10% 16.
Construction of Parshall flame and other minor structure Hydraulic test of water retaining structure Electrical Works Commissioning Trial run (3 month) Performance (3 months) Record drawing TOTAL Payment 5% 5% 10% 15% 12% 12% 10% 5% 10% 10% 5% 1% 100% Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. Works Division GWSSB. Bharuch.BREAK UP OF PAYMNET FOR CIVIL WORKS (PART-III) (1) AREATOR (2) RCC RAW WATER CHANNEL FROM AREATOR TO INLET CHAMBER (3) INLET CHAMBER (4) RAW WATER CHANNEL FROM INLET CHAMBER TO FLASH MIXER (5) FLASH MIXER (6) RCC CHANNEL FROM CLARIFLUOCCULATOR TO FILTER BEDS.H. No. Sr. complete. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Description Layout of the units and approval of design Excavation Works up to plinth level RCC works above plinth Finishing all surfaces including painting etc. NIKORA RWSS Page 178 .
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Description Payment 5% 5% 5% 7% 8% 8% 5% 7% 5% 7% 5% 5% 2.H.5% 5% 10% 10% 0. including water channel Hydraulic testing of water retaining structures Finishing of all surfaces and painting coating etc. Bharuch NIKORA RWSS Page 179 . Works Division GWSSB. Electrical works Commissioning Trial run (3 month) Performance (3 month) Record drawing TOTAL Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P.VII .5% 100% Laying out of the unit and approval of design Excavation RCC wall flooring RCC floor RCC wall up to 1st lift RCC wall up to 2nd lift RCC wall up to bottom of launder channel RCC wall up to top RCC column beams and brick partition walls in flocculator. control shaft Launder channels etc.CLARIFLOCCULATOR WORKS Sr. No.
ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING & BACK WASH TANK Sr. Bharuch NIKORA RWSS Page 180 .5% 15% 10% 5% 0. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Description Laying out of the unit and approval of design Excavation RCC works in column footing and column up to plinth level including concrete Masonry up to plinth level RCC works including columns up to 1st floor level RCC beams and slabs at 1st floor level Masonry work up to 1st floor level Alum tanks RCC works below roof level RCC slabs and beams of the roof level Masonry works up to roof level Fixing of doors/windows/ventilators Hydraulic testing of water/liquid retaining structures Flooring and finishing Lab equipment Electrical works Commissioning Trial run (3 month) Performance (3 month) Record drawings TOTAL Payment 5% 5% 4% 4% 8% 4% 4% 4% 5% 4% 4% 4% 4% 4% 4% 2.H.5% 100% Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. No. Works Division GWSSB.II (1) CHEMICAL HOUSE.
Concrete and mass concrete below GL RCC works in footings and columns Masonry works up to plinth levels RCC works on columns etc. upto roof level Masonry of brick work up to roof level Roof slab and beams Fixing of doors. cupboard etc. windows. Floor finishing etc. Electrical works Total Total for ancillary works : A+B= 50 % + 50% = 50 % 5% 5% 5% 10 % 5% 4% 3% 5% 3% 2% 3% 50 % 100 % Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. Works Division GWSSB.H. Bharuch NIKORA RWSS Page 181 .III. ANCILLARY WORKS : A B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Laboratory cum Office Store rooms for chlorine as under Layout and approval of design Excavation Mat.
CI pipeline from flash mixer to Clarifloculator. 1.IV . Pure water CI pipeline from filter beds to clear water sump. 5.H. 2. Wash water CI pipeline from filtration bed to Sludge Chamber.No. Bye pass CI pipeline from Inlet chamber to clear water sump.S. 7. Signature of Contractor Executive Engineer P. Bharuch NIKORA RWSS Page 182 . Works Division GWSSB. 2. 6. 5. Description Layout of the units and approval of design Excavation Laying pipeline Hydraulic pipeline Commissioning Trial run (3 month) Performance (3 months) Total Payment 5% 5% 30% 35% 10% 10% 5% 100% Sr. wash water pipeline from proposed ESR to filter beds. Bye pass CI pipeline from Clarifloculator to clear water sump. 3. M. 4. 4.BREAK UP OF PAYMENT FOR CIVIL WORKS (PART-III) 1. 3. 6.
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