TECHNICAL INCINERATORS SPECIFICATIONS FOR 2 hospitals in Kenya

TECHNICAL INCINERATORS SPECIFICATIONS FOR 2 hospitals

 

  • All the incinerators to be supplied and installed must meet the Government of Kenya waste Management Regulation 2006 in particular 3rdschedule regulation (26, 47) pertaining classification, standards, criteria, and procedure for installing/operating incinerators as authored by the National Environmental Management and Coordination (waste management) regulation 2006, legal notice No. 121 of 29th September 2006
  • The capacity of the incinerator required should be to the specifications with a capacity to burn 100kgs/Hr
  • The incinerator shall be run on a 3-phase power supply (mains)
  • For the technical evaluation, not only the treatment plant but the entire system will be considered.  It will be the responsibility of the Bidder to supply a full system, including all eventually additionally necessary secondary systems and additional equipment.
  • The system offered shall be designed to operate normally under the conditions of the purchaser’s country. The conditions include Power Supply, Climate, Temperature, Humidity, etc.
  • The Bidder must provide a warranty for one year.
  • All text, parameter etc. on all control operating interfaces as well as on information displays and on print-outs shall be in English language.
  • The Bidder is responsible for all permits and approvals for importation. The Bidder shall provide all the necessary documentation in order to facilitate the legal requirements for the installation and putting into use of the equipment.
  • Period of Execution is 90 days from contract signature for delivery to site and completion of all verification operations required for the issuance of provisional acceptance.
  • Representatives of the Contracting Authority and the Beneficiary, together with the Bidder’s representative, shall carry out the controls, testing and initial approval for provisional and final acceptance as.  The provisional and final acceptance shall take place at the final destination.
  • After-Sales Service: The Bidder is required to ensure that a maintenance, service and repair centre, which is authorised by the Manufacturer, and which is able to rapidly supply genuine spare parts and consumables recommended by the Manufacturer is available throughout the one year warranty period. In fulfillment of this requirement with their offer Bidders must submit a statement signed by a representative of the manufacturer:
    • Providing the name and address of its authorised maintenance, service and repair centre,
    • Confirming that this authorised maintenance, service and repair centre is able to rapidly supply genuine spare parts and the consumables recommended by the Manufacturer; and

INTRODUCTION

  • The Bidder will be responsible to deliver and install all to be supplied equipment at to be set up waste handling areas in the Republic of Kenya. The Bidder shall deliver a time schedule over the complete construction and assembling period. The delivery and installation time must be agreed between bidders, target Hospital and the Contracting Authority. The treatment plant must arrive pre-assembled. The Bidder shall ensure that all parts of the plant transported by sea shall not be shipped as “deck cargo”.

 

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  • It is expected that the Bidder cooperates closely with the contractor for the new waste handling building/area and will make available all needed technical information, drawing, etc. to the contractor.

 

  • The Bidder shall supply and install the incinerator with the following attached specifications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

           
TECHNICAL INCINERATORS SPECIFICATIONS FOR EAPHLNP
           
ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY RATE KSHS.
           
  Incinerator        
  To supply and install the following    2NO.    
  Hospital Incinerators to Nema standards        
  The following are the incinerator specifications :-        
A Ø      Waste type:      Mixed type 0,1,2,3 & 4 hospital/clinical bio hazard waste        
  Ø      Waste density:   125 to 350Kg/M³        
  Ø      Waste CV:        4000 KCAL/Kg        
  Ø      Moisture content:   10-25%        
  Ø      Estimated ash residue: 5-10%        
  Ø      Nominal capacity:   100Kg/hour batch load        
  Ø      Secondary chamber:  2 second @ 1100ºC        
  Ø      Environmental:    NEMA ACT           (EMCA) 1999        
                Clean Air Act 1999        
  BS3316 1987        
  Equipment Set      
  The Incinerator must comprise of: –        
  Ø      Manual Loading door (heavy duty steel door with appropriate refractory lining)        
  Ø      Horizontal solid hearth, refractory lined primary combustion chamber 800mm diameter x 2100mm long        
  Ø      Full sized bulk load/ash removal door        
  Ø      1 off diesel-fired ignition burner – temperature controlled        
  Ø      1 off combustion air supply fan and distribution system, automatic control        
  Ø      High capacity secondary combustion chamber 2 second @ 1100ºC with        
  Ø      1 off diesel-fired afterburner – temperature controlled        
  Ø      Control Panel – automatic operation        
  Ø      Temperature indication primary and secondary chambers 0-1200ºC. Both chambers must be insulated with refractory material (super duty 100mm thick firebrick with 25mm thick calcium silicate insulation)        
  Ø      Refractory lined flanged chimney to a height of 10M and it must be 3m above the height of any existing roof adjacent to the incinerator        
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NOTE: WE REQUIRE TWO INCINERATORS. ONE        
ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY RATE KSHS.
B Diesel Tank:        
  To provide for diesel service tank (Capacity 400 litres) including level indicator

 

Item 1    
C Installation & commissioning works        
D Positioning of Incinerator: –

The tank should be on the incinerator at a higher level to enable free-flow of diesel from the tank into the incinerator.

Item 1    
E Connect burners to fuel supply. No. 2    
F Chimney Installation:        
 G Composition of the chimney: –

Provide lifting gears like forklift, gantry, rollers, and lifting jacks and position incinerator.

Provide a chimney with scrubber (for filtration)

Provide lifting equipment to hoist, erect and mount chimney, and supply supports slings as required. Allow for cutting of tree branches to facilitate the exercise.

Item. 1    
H Commissioning & Training:        
  Testing set operating parameters, training of operators and technical staff. Item 1    
I Commissioning Maintenance Contract        
  Before the expiry of the warranty/signing off, the suppler shall provide a one-year replacement service parts (e.g. filters, air filters), the Quarterly routine maintenance price per quarter for three (3) quarters. Maintenance contract proposal).  The maintenance contract price includes labour, transport and accommodation for the attending technicians. Item 3    

The chimney shall be painted with approved heat resistant paint after installation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EVALUATION CRITERIA

Exam will be completed in four phases namely preliminary evaluation of documents for conformance with mandatory requirements, technical analysis, site visit and commercial evaluation.

Stage One: Preliminary Examination

– Preliminary Evaluation under particular condition of the tender. These are mandatory requirements.

This will include confirmation that a bidder has complied with the particular condition of tender above.

Failure to meet any one of the above requirements stated in the particular conditions of the contract will lead to automatic disqualification.

Stage Two: TECHNICAL EVALUATION (70 MARKS)

ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY MARKS ALLOCATED   MARKS RECEIVED  
           
  Incinerator        
  To supply and install the following    2NO.    
  Hospital Incinerator to Nema standards        
 

 

The following are the incinerator specifications :-        
           
A Ø      Waste type:      Mixed type 0,1,2,3 & 4 hospital/clinical bio hazard waste     35  
  Ø      Waste density:   125 to 350Kg/M³        
  Ø      Waste CV:        4000 KCAL/Kg        
  Ø      Moisture content:   10-25%        
  Ø      Estimated ash residue: 5-10%        
  Ø      Nominal capacity:   100Kg/hour batch load        
  Ø      Secondary chamber:  2 second @ 1100ºC        
  Ø      Environmental:    NEMA ACT           (EMCA) 1999        
                Clean Air Act 1999        
  BS3316 1987        
  Equipment Set      
  The Incinerator must comprise of: –        
  Ø      Manual Loading door (heavy duty steel door with appropriate refractory lining)        
  Ø      Horizontal solid hearth, refractory lined primary combustion chamber 800mm diameter x 2100mm long        
  Ø      Full sized bulk load/ash removal door        
  Ø      1 off diesel-fired ignition burner – temperature controlled        
  Ø      1 off combustion air supply fan and distribution system, automatic control        
  Ø      High capacity secondary combustion chamber 2 second @ 1100ºC with        
  Ø      1 off diesel-fired afterburner – temperature controlled        
  Ø      Control Panel – automatic operation        
  Ø      Temperature indication primary and secondary chambers 0-1200ºC. Both chambers must be insulated with refractory material (super duty 100mm thick firebrick with 25mm thick calcium silicate insulation)        
  Ø      Refractory lined flanged chimney to a height of 10M and it must be 3m above the height of any existing roof adjacent to the incinerator        
           
ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY RATE KSHS.
B Diesel Tank:        
  To provide for diesel service tank (Capacity 400 litres) including level indicator

 

Item 1 20  
C Installation & commissioning works        
D Positioning of Incinerator: –

The tank ought to be connected to the incinerator at a higher level to enable free-flow of diesel from the tank into the incinerator. The connecting pipe has to be a black pipe of accepted gauge and diameter. Include other accompanying accessories and fittings

Item 1 10  
E Connect burners to fuel supply. No. 2 5  
F Chimney Installation:        
 G Composition of the chimney: –

Provide lifting gears like forklift, gantry, rollers, and lifting jacks and position incinerator.

Provide a chimney with scrubber (for filtration)

Provide lifting equipment to hoist, erect and mount chimney, and supply supports slings as required. Allow for cutting of tree branches to facilitate the exercise.

Item. 1 10  
H Commissioning & Training:        
  Testing set operating parameters, training of operators and technical staff. Item 1 10  
I Commissioning Maintenance Contract        
  Before the expiry of the warranty/signing off, the suppler shall provide a one-year replacement service parts (e.g. filters, air filters), the Quarterly routine maintenance price per quarter for three (3) quarters. Maintenance contract proposal).  The maintenance contract price includes labour, transport and accommodation for the attending technicians. Item 3 10  
  TOTAL      

The chimney shall be painted with approved heat resistant paint after installation.

 

100

 

Pass mark for technical analysis is 70/100 marks

 

Stage Three: Website Visit

The evaluation committee will visit the premises of those bidders who are responsive to technical  analysis stage to verify the validity of statutory document submitted; ascertain the accuracy of the information given in the tender documents, assess company’s capacity, location, amongst others.

The Tenderer will be automatically disqualified where fictitious or deceptive Information is found to have been given.

 

Stage 4 Commercial Evaluation

Bids that pass the preceding three (3) stages shall be compared on the basis of costs / price quoted and the cheapest priced will be regarded as the lowest evaluated bid and subsequently suggested for award.  Prevailing market prices will be used to find out the price responsiveness of the bidders.


SECTION V – SCHEDULE OF REQUIREMENTS

 

ITEM

NO

ITEM DESCRIPTION UNIT QTY. REQUIRED UNIT PRICE (KHS) REMARKS
1. Supply, Delivery, installation and commissioning of Incinerator in  

 

 

NO

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

   
2. Supply, Delivery, installation and commissioning of Incinerator  

 

 

NO

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

   

 

 

 

 

Signature of tenderer

 

Note: In case of discrepancy between unit price and total, the unit price shall prevail.

 

SECTION VI – STANDARD FORMS

 

  1. Form of tender
  2. Contract form
  3. Confidential Questionnaire form
  4. Tender security form
  5. Performance security form
  6. Bank guarantee for advance payment
  7. Declaration form

 

 

 

 

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