United Kingdom-Telford: Facility related sanitation services
Prior information notice
This notice is for prior information only
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.babcockinternational.com
Section II: Object
IRM16/1308 — Repair of Operational Infrastructure (OI) Equipment.
Babcock, acting at the Authority's agent, is considering awarding a contract for:
The repair of 15kW Electrical Control Units (ECUs), Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Units, Tactical Base Ablution Units (TBAU), containerised Refrigeration Equipment, Pump Pressurisation Units and the supply of containerised equipment spares.
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Lot 1: Repair and F Gas testing of 15 Kw ECUs and HVAC Heater Mk II equipment.
Lot 2: Repair of Tactical Base Ablution Units (TBAU).
Lot 3: Repair of Containerised Refrigeration Equipment.
Lot 4: Repair of Pump Pressurisation Units.
Lot 5: Supply of Containerised Spares.
Repair and F Gas Testing of 15Kw ECUs and HVAC Heater Mk II Equipment
Telford and Wrekin.
Annual inspections and periodic checks, as required by legislation, to enable the continued use of the equipment.
The equipment provides the necessary facilities to maintain an acceptable living and working environment within camp accommodation and can be biased towards heating or cooling, depending upon ambient conditions. The equipment is supplied for operations in temperate climates.
The requirement is to maintain OIP equipment in a serviceable condition to meet HQ Army Operational Requirements.
Repair of Tactical Base Ablution Units (TBAU)
The TBAU is designed for use at Tactical Operating Bases. It provide toilet, shower and washing facilities for up to 30 personnel with a surge capacity capable of supporting an additional 20 personnel for up to seven consecutive days.
It is a self contained system that does not require external connection to power, water or waste infrastructure. It is powered by a combined heat and power unit which runs a generating system. It is a rapidly deployable system designed for transportation within a standard 20ft ISO shipping container or a DROPS rack. It is also fitted with multiple lifting points for air lifting.
The repairs are to maintain OIP equipment in a servicable condition to meet HQ Army Operational Requirements.
Repair of Containerised Refrigeration Equipment
To provide the annual inspections and periodic checks, as required by legislation, to enable the continued use of refrigeration equipment units. The units are converted 20ft ISO containers.
An internal electric powered AC unit adjusts and maintains the temperature. The internal temperature is displayed on an external panel and a HI/LO alarm system activates audio and visual alarm units if the internal temperature varies from operator adjusted limits. The units are also equipped with level indicators, an escape hatch, internal lighting, a trapped person alarm, earthing spike, circuit protection devices and a fire extinguisher.
The repairs are to maintain OIP equipment in a serviceable condition to meet HQ Army Operational Requirements.
Repair of Pump Pressurisation Units
The role of the Pump Pressurisation Units (PPU) is to provide clean pressurised water circulation around the kitchen, laundry and ablution facilities of military camps. The PPU consists of a converted ISO container housing two electrically driven pumps, an accumulator vessel, inlet and outlet pipe work and associated valves and electrical control systems. The PPU is intended to be in constant use and is fitted with float valves to prevent the pumps running dry in the event that the water supply should be inadvertently cut off.
Supply of Containerised Equipment Spares
The supply of various containerised equipment spares.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
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