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Danemark-Aalborg Øst: Machines, appareils, équipements et consommables électriques; éclairage
Avis d'attribution de marché – secteurs spéciaux
Résultats de la procédure de marché
Section I: Entité adjudicatrice
Section II: Objet
Replacement of generator and gearbox
Reno Nord I/S has decided to cancel the procedure for the procurement of the contract for "Replacement of generator and gearbox". Reno Nord I/S has become aware that the content of the tender material - especially the technical scope - is not suitable for creating the necessary competition in the procedure. Reno Nord I/S expects to re-tender the contract via an announcement in TED after a review and revision of the tender material.
Reno Nord I/S is an environmental waste handling facility. One of the methods of getting rid of waste, is a waste incinerator. For this purpose, I/S Reno Nord has two lines. Furnace line 3 (unit 3) and furnace line 4 (unit 4). Furnace line 4 comprises a steam turbine connected through a planetary gear to a generator.
The generator is a LDW from 2005 and has been in operation since then. In 2016, while the rotor was dismantled and sent to workshop for rewinding, a reversal of the star point was performed on the generator. In this operation, the terminals and the star point were moved to the other end of the generator. The reasoning behind the reversal was that the stator was starting to suffer from severe partial discharge. This operation had positive effects on the partial discharge level. The generator's partial discharge level has been monitored since April 2017.
The level of partial discharge has now reached a level of intensity, where prolonged usage of the generator may cause economic consequences. I conjunction with the partial discharge, the generator's main terminal box is showing signs of heavy ozone contamination. This is visible on wires where some of the insulation is deteriorated and the metal in the main terminal box has layers of discoloration.
To avoid a critical, undue breakdown a replacement of the generator is required.
Further, the unit have a history of leakage current damages to the gear teeth, which have necessitated frequent and costly maintenance works to be carried out, and the rotating parts are getting closer to their end of life. On top of this, the future operating profile of the unit will differ from the original design basis. Thus, as part of the project of replacing the generator, the gear box must be replaced by a parallel shaft gear box.
The delivery will include a turn-key delivery of a new generator and gear box and auxiliary equipment. It includes removal of the old equipment, design, engineering and installation of the new equipment including necessary changes to and reallocations of foundations and sup-porting structures and piping systems. It includes testing and commissioning, and the interoperability of the complete unit must be guaranteed.
The delivery will include optional work as well. The optional work covers strategic spare parts and some back-up equipment and system set up.
- Generator NDE bearing
- Generator DE bearing
- Auxiliary components for NDE and DE bearings
- Set of bearings for pinion and bull shaft
- Set of coupling bolts for gearbox input and output shaft
- Strategic spare parts
- Service agreement (5 year, annual cost)
- Back-up Automatic voltage regulator system and generator protection system
- Continuous online partial discharge measurement
Section IV: Procédure
Section V: Attribution du marché
Section VI: Renseignements complémentaires
As a precondition for an applicant to be declared eligible to undertake the Contract and there-fore prequalified, the applicant must submit a completed and dated ESPD (European Single Procurement Document), which must contain the following:
1 Information about the applicant (ESPD part IIA), information about the representatives of the applicant (ESPD part IIB), information about reliance on the capacities of other entities (if any) (ESPD part IIC) and information concerning subcontractors on whose capacity the economic operator does not rely (if any) (ESPD part IID)
2 Information about the applicant not being subject to the grounds of exclusion in section 135-136 of The Public Procurement Act (ESPD part IIIA-IIIC)
3 Information about the economic and financial standing of the applicant (see description and minimum requirements in Ad. 3 below)
4 Information about the technical and professional ability of the applicant (see description and minimum requirements in Ad. 4 below)
Please notice, if the applicant is a consortium all members of the consortium must complete and submit a separate ESPD with the information listed above. Regarding the minimum requirements listed in Ad. 3 and 4 below, this must be fulfilled by the consortium as a whole.
In relation to the selection among applicants RenoNord will make an assessment of the overall suitability of the consortium.
Please notice, if the applicant rely on the capacity of one or more third parties regarding economic and financial standing and/or technical and professional ability those third parties must complete and submit a separate ESPD with the information listed above, including the information regarding the conditions of which the applicate rely on.
Information about complaint deadline (s):
Pursuant to the Act on the Complaints Board for Tenders, the following deadlines apply for the submission of an appeal:
A complaint about a tender must be submitted to the Complaints Board for Tenders before:
1) 45 calendar days after the contracting entity has published a notice in the Official Journal of the European Union stating that the contracting entity has entered into a contract. The deadline is calculated from the day after the day on which the executive order has been published.
2) 30 calendar days from the day following the day on which the contracting authority notifies the tenderers concerned that a contract based on a framework agreement reopening the competition or a dynamic purchasing system has been concluded, if the notification has stated a reason for the decision.
3) six months after the contracting authority has entered into a framework agreement calculated from the day after the day on which the contracting authority has notified the affected applicants and tenderers.
4) 20 calendar days calculated from the day after the contracting authority has announced its decision.
At the latest at the same time as a complaint is submitted to the Complaints Board for Tenders, the complainant must notify the contracting authority in writing that a complaint is submitted to the Complaints Board for Tenders, and whether the complaint has been submitted during the standstill period. In cases where the complaint has not been submitted during the standstill period, the complainant must also state whether a suspensive effect is requested of the complaint.
The Complaints Board for the E-mail Address of the Tender is specified in section VI.4.1).
The Complaints Guide from the Complaints Board for Tenders can be found on the Complaints Board's website.