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					                              KERALA SIDCO
                  (A Government of Kerala undertaking)
                Tel- 0471- 2330613, 2330614, Fax 0471-2330904
                       Website-www.keralasidco.com

Retender No: - KSIDCO/IT & TC/TRP/10                            Dtd:- 28/11/2010

                              Re-tender Notice

 Tenders are invited for procuring machineries to implement Tool Room at
Olavanna, Kozhikode for an amount of Rs.3 Crores (approx). Cost of Tender
Form Rs.10, 000/- + TAX. E M D - 0.5% of quoted amount. Last Date and time of
Issue of tender document: 14/12/2010 at 3. PM. Last Date of submission of Bid:
14/12/2010 at 5 PM. For more details kindly visit our website.

                                                                Sd/-
                                                          Managing Director
                   KERALA SIDCO
TENDER FOR SIDCO TOOL ROOM CUM TRAINING CENTRE
KERALA SMALL INDUSTRIES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LTD
                         (KERALA SIDCO)
        PB.No- 50, Housing Board Buildings, Santhi Nagar,
                   Thiruvananthapuram-695 001
           Tel- 0471- 2330613, 2330614, Fax 0471-2330904
                 E-mail- sidcoitntc2007@gmail.com
                  Website-www.keralasidco.com




TENDER FOR SIDCO TOOL ROOM CUM TRAINING CENTRE


              Tender No: KSIDCO/IT & TC/TRP/10
              TENDER FOR SIDCO TOOL ROOM CUM TRAINING CENTRE
                                 Tender No: KSIDCO/IT & TC/TRP/10

                                          FORM OF TENDER/OFFER

To
          M/s. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
          .....................
          .....................

Dear Sirs,

                    Sub: - Purchase of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

       This booklet contains invitation to tender, tender conditions, and
specifications of stores required by us. The tender in respect of this case are to be
submitted in TWO-PARTS. If you are interested to quote, please go through the
contents particularly the tender conditions and ensure that your tender reaches
us on or before the due date indicated.

      The tenderer shall submit the original tender document duly filled up,
signed and sealed in all pages as token of their acceptance.

      The Managing Director reserves the right to accept or reject any or all the
tenders or cancel any item of tender or all items of tender without assigning any
reason what-so-ever.

       In case of any dispute, the decision of the Managing Director, SIDCO will
be final and binding on the parties.

                                                                                 Yours faithfully,

                                                                     MANAGING DIRECTOR.
Date . . . . . . . . . . .
                            INSTRUCTION SHEET

Instruction to tenderers indicating the tender number, last date and time for
receipt of tender, places at which the tender can be submitted and the date/ time
and venue in which tenders will be opened.

Completed tender documents addressed to the Managing Director shall be
deposited in the Tender box placed at the office of the Managing Director, Kerala
SIDCO,     Head     Office,  Housing      Board      Building,  Santhi    Nagar,
Thiruvananthapuram-1.It is the responsibility of the bidder that the tender
documents reach the above address on or before the last date and time indicated
below.


   A.    Last date and time for submitting both
         part-I (Techno-Commercial including
         EMD) and part-II (Price) of the tender in
         separate sealed envelope to the office of
         the Managing Director, Kerala SIDCO , On ……………………
         Head Office, Housing Board Building,
         Santhi Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram-1.


   B.    Due date and time for opening of Part-I of   On . . . . . . . . ………..
         the tender i.e Techno-Commercial part.
         (including EMD but excluding price)

   C.    Due date and time for opening of Part-II of On…………………..
         the tender i.e Price part

   The venue for opening of bids is scheduled at Kerala small Industries
   Development Corporation Ltd, Head Office, Housing Board Buildings, 6th
   floor, Santhi Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram 695 001 .
                            CONTENTS

SL.
      SECTION                          DETAILS
NO.
                Invitation to Tender & Manner and Methods for
 I      A
                submission of tender, Tender conditions.

II       B      General and Special Conditions of Contract


III     C       Specification & Quantity of Equipments and Machinery

IV      D       Tender Form – Part I (Technical)


                Tender Form – Part II (Price) and other Formats for
V        E
                Submission


VI       F      Formats Forming part of the Tender
                            SECTION ‘A’
         INVITATION TO TENDER & MANNER AND METHODS FOR
             SUBMISSION OF TENDER, TENDER CONDITIONS


1.          INVITATION TO TENDER

     1.1. The Managing Director, Kerala SIDCO Ltd invites sealed tenders from
          eligible tenders for supply of Machinery, Equipment/ Accessories to the
          specifications detailed in Section C to this tender document. The general
          conditions of contract/ purchase order which will govern the contract
          pursuant to the tender are as contained in Section B of the tender
          document. If you are in a position to quote for supply in accordance with
          the technical specifications indicated in Section C to this tender document
          and as per the conditions stipulated in Section A and Section B, please
          submit your offer in a manner and method specified below:-

     1.2. Eligibility Criteria of tenderers:-

            a. The tenderer should be a reputed manufacturer/authorized dealer
               of the items of the tender notice of long standing. Foreign
               manufactures can quote through their authorized agents in India.

            b. The tenderer should have supplied enough machines in India in the
               last 5 years and should have been servicing them directly or
               through qualified and trained engineers stationed in India.

            c. Spare parts and service set up should be available in India,
               preferably in South India.

            d. The tenderer should be able to attend service calls within 48 hours
               of intimation.


2.      MANNER AND METHOD FOR SUBMISSION OF TENDERS, TENDER-
        CONDITIONS

        All tenders in response to this invitations shall be submitted in Two Parts
        as under and in the different envelops super-scribing tender number, part
        number, due date etc.
A. PART-I (TECHNO-COMMERCIAL)

1) This part of the tender shall include/ contain all technical details,
   technical specifications in the format enclosed with the tender
   confirming compliance to each specification requirement, drawings
   and also the commercial terms and conditions of contract for the
   supplies to be made and the services to be rendered EXCLUDING
   ANY PRICE DETAILS THERE OF.

2) This part also shall contain the EMD for the tender.

3) Part-I (Techno – Commercial) should contain/ include only the
   technical specifications duly filled in the format enclosed, technical
   details, literature, reference to earlier supplies of similar equipment
   enclosing the purchase order copies, drawings, quantity, time
   required for submission and approval of drawings, manufacturing
   and delivery schedule, inspection/ testing procedure, itemized list
   of spares and quantity (without price) recommended by the tender
   for purchase, terms of price, mode and terms of payment, mode of
   despatch, the quantum/ percentage of all statutory levies payable
   by the Purchaser as extra and all related commercial terms and
   conditions for the supplies and for the services like erection,
   commissioning and training to be rendered by the tenderers.

4) This part of the tender i.e Part-I (Techno-Commercial) shall be
   enclosed separately in cover duly sealed and super-scribed with the
   Purchaser’s address and the last date and time specified for receipt
   and opening indicated in the instruction sheet of this tender
   document. The tenderer shall take special care to read the
   instruction sheet of this tender document. The tenderer shall take
   special care NOT TO MIX UP the price of the stores in this part of
   the tender.

5) The tenderer should submit a demand draft issued by a scheduled
   bank in favour of Managing Director, Kerala SIDCO as Earnest
   Money Deposit (EMD) of 0.5% of the quoted amount as indicated
   in the tender notice towards guarantee to honor their tender and to
   satisfactorily execute the same in the event of an order as per the
   tender conditions. The EMD shall be kept valid initially for 6
   months from the date of opening of Part-I of the tender.
6) The submission of EMD is mandatory. The case where exemption
   of EMD is claimed, the tenderer should submit clear documentary
   evidence for exemption acceptable to the Purchaser.

7) If the tenderer includes prices of any nature in Part-I (Techno-
   Commercial) of the tender such offers are liable to for rejection
   without any notice to the tenderers at the discretion of the
   Managing Director, Kerala SIDCO

8) The tenderer should submit client reference list and their
   satisfactory acceptance letter in proof of supply of their machinery.

      B. Part-II (Price)

1) Part-II (Price) shall include/ contain only price, price break-up,
   freight/ safe delivery charges, lump sum charges of erection and
   commissioning work or per day charges for the supervision of
   erection and commissioning work as is envisaged in the Purchasers
   tender document, testing charges, third party inspection charges,
   etc. This part of the tender. Ie. Part-II (Price) enclosed separately in
   the cover shall be sent duly sealed and super-scribed with the
   purchaser’s address and the last date and time specified for receipt
   and opening of the tenders as indicated in the instruction sheet of
   this tender document.

2) PART-II (PRICE) This Part should contain only the prices of the
   stores offered for supply and the charges for the services to be
   rendered.

3) The tender will co-relate the prices in Part-II of the tender with
   name, description of the stores indicated in Part-I (Techno-
   Commercial) .

4) If a manufacturer is quoting for multiple items, then the price bid
   for each item should be sealed in different covers. The asset
   name and asset number should be specifically superscribed on
   the cover.

Part-I (Techno-Commercial) and Part-II (Price) each individually
sealed and tiled envelope should be enclosed in a common envelope.
This common envelope containing both Part-I Techno-Commercial)
with EMD and Part-II (Price) should again be sealed and super-scribed
with the Purchaser’s address and the last date and time specified for
       receipt and opening indicated in the instruction sheet of this tender
       document and should reach the Managing Director, Kerala SIDCO,
       Head       Office,    Housing      Board     Building,   Santhi    Nagar,
       Thiruvananthapuram-1 on or before the time and date specified for its
       receipt. If the tenderers fail or omit to furnish/ submit both or any one
       part of the tender, ie, either Part-I or Part-II within the due date and
       time specified for its receipt in the instruction sheet of this tender
       documents, such tenders will be treated as incomplete and are liable
       for rejection at the discretion of the Managing Director, Kerala SIDCO.

       3) Late/ delayed tenders

    If the envelope containing Part-I & Part-II reach after the due date and
    time specified for its receipt, such tenders will be treated as Delayed/ Late
    tenders and will neither be opened nor considered by the Purchaser and
    will be summarily rejected. The tenderers should therefore take care and
    ensure that both Part-I and Part-II of their tenders reach the Managing
    Director, Kerala SIDCO Head Office, Housing Board Building, Santhi
    Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram-1 on or before the due date and time
    specified for their receipt to avoid the rejection of the tenders. Late receipt
    due to postal and other delays shall also be considered as Late/ Delayed
    tender.

       4) OPENING OF TENDERS

 i. Unless otherwise preponed or postponed with advance intimation to the
    tenderers, the Part-I (Techno-commercial) of the tender will be opened on
    the date and time indicated in Sl. No.(B) of the instruction sheet of this
    tender documents.

ii. Part-I (Techno-commercial) of the tender will be opened at the first stage
    on the due date and time indicated for opening in the instruction sheet of
    this tender documents while the Part-II will be opened on the second
    stage on the due date and time in Sl. No.(C) of the instruction sheet of this
    tender documents after the completion of the evaluation of the Part-I
    (techno-commercial) of the tender.

iii. While all the tenderers who submit tenders within the due date and time
     specified for its receipt will be permitted to participate in the opening of
     Part-I (Techno-commercial) of the tender on the due date and time
     indicated in the instruction sheet of this tender documents, opening of the
     part-II (Price) of the tender can only be attended to by such of those
     tenderers whose tenders are found to be technically suitable/ acceptable
    to the Purchaser and to whom intimation thereof is given by the
    Purchaser.

iv. The tenderers whose Techno-Commercial Part (Part-I) are found suitable/
    acceptable to the Purchaser, will be given intimation by the Purchaser. The
    result will be published in SIDCO’s notice board and website. The
    technically disqualified tenderers will neither be given any intimation
    about the due date ad time for opening Part-II (Price) of the tender nor
    will they be permitted to participate in the opening of the same. Part-II
    (Price) of the technically disqualified tenderers will not be opened.


       5) AUTHORISATION LETTER


    The tenders who wish to participate in the opening of the tenders may
    depute their representatives to the Office of Managing Director, SIDCO
    Head     Office,     Housing     Board     Building,     Santhi    Nagar,
    Thiruvananthapuram-1 on the respective due date, time and venue as
    indicated in the instruction sheet of this tender document with an
    authorization letter addressed to the Managing Director, Kerala SIDCO
    which should be produced to the officers who are opening the tenders, on
    demand to prove the bonafides of the representative who participates in
    the opening of the tender. In the case representative of the tenderer fails
    to produce such an authorization letter on behalf of the tenderer, he will
    be debarred from participating in the opening of the tenders.


    The tenderer’s representative, who reaches late to the venue of the tender
    opening, i.e. after the starting time specified for opening of the tenders,
    may not be allowed to take part in the tender opening. It should be noted
    that minimum of two representatives of each tenderer will be permitted to
    participate in the tender opening.

       6) HOLIDAYS

    If the date(s) specified for receipt and opening of the tender is/ are
    declared as holidays abruptly by the competent authority due to any
    administrative reasons, then the due date(s) for receipt/ opening of
    tenders will get postponed automatically to the next working day. As for
    instance, if the due date for receipt of tenders and its opening is declared
    as a holiday, then the due date for receipt of tenders and its opening will
    be postponed to the next working day.
              7) TECHNICAL CLARIFICATIONS

           After opening the part-I (Techno-Commercial) of the tender, if it becomes
           necessary for the technical authorities to seek clarifications from the
           tenderers, the same will be sought for from the tenderers by the Technical
           authorities. In such an event, the tenderers shall:

 (a)       Furnish all technical clarification to the Managing Director, SIDCO in
           sealed envelope to reach on or before the due date and time fixed
           indicating the purchaser’s tender reference. If the technical clarification/
           details sought for from the tenderers do not reach on or before the due
           date and time fixed for its receipt, such tenders will be liable to rejection at
           the discretion of the Managing Director without any further notice. The
           tenderers should not, however, furnish altogether a new offer at this stage
           which is different from the Purchaser’s tender specification.

17. POSTPONEMENT OR PREPONMENT OF THE DATE FOR OPENING OF
    PART-II (PRICE)

      The Purchaser may at his discretion, depending upon the time needed or
      completion of the evaluation of Part-I (Techno-Commercial) of the tender,
      will fix the due date for opening of the Part-II (Price) of the tender. Opening
      of the Part-II (Price) of the tender will be intimated to the tenderers whose
      techno-commercial offers (Part-I) have been found suitable to the Purchaser.
      The intimation for opening of the Part-II (Price) of the tender will be given
      only to such tenderers whose Part-I offers have been found suitable by the
      purchaser and they only will be permitted to participate in the opening of the
      Part-II (Price) of the tender.

18.    VALIDITY OF OFFERS

           Offers shall be kept valid for acceptance for a period of 120 days from the
           date of opening of Part-I (techno-commercial) of the tender. Offers with
           shorter validity period will be liable for rejection at the discretion of the
           Managing Director.

19.    CATALOGUES / TECHNICAL LITERATURE

      i.      All necessary catalogues/ drawing, technical literature/ data as are
            considered essential for full and correct evaluation of the offers shall
            invariably accompany the Part-I (Techno-commercial) of the tender.
 ii.    The tenderer shall confirm compliance of purchaser’s specification for
        each machine, systems, sub-systems and all parameters specified by
        filling the attached format along with the tender specification. Without
        the above, the offer is liable to be rejected.




20.    TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT

       It must be clearly understood that any contract concluded pursuant to this
       invitation to tender shall be governed by the Conditions contained in
       Section A and Section of B of this tender document. Tenderers, must,
       therefore, take special care to go through Sections A & B and in
       exceptional cases if any deviations are proposed, these must be clearly
       indicated in the Part-I of the tender as a separate annexure instead of
       merely enclosing their printed conditions of sale. Tenders made subject to
       counter conditions or far too many deviations from the general conditions
       of Section A & B of this tender document are liable to be rejected. It
       should also be realized that failure to bring out deviations from the
       general conditions of contract contained in Section A & B of this tender
       document will imply that the tenderer is not willing to execute the
       contract as per the Purchaser’s terms and conditions of contract.

21.    PRICE

               a.   The prices quoted must be FIRM and valid for 120 days from
                    the date of opening of Part-II of tender.


               b.   For indigenous supplies the price of goods shall be quoted on
                    FOR destination basis ie for delivery at SIDCO site at
                    Olavanna including packing, forwarding, freight and
                    insurance.

22.    PRICE OF SPARES AND ACCESSORIES

a. Tenders for machinery/equipment/component shall also indicate prices for
      essential accessories and optional accessories and spares necessary for
      satisfactory operation of the Machinery/Equipment:-

          I. for a period of two years and
         II. for a period of five years
b. Commissioning spares should form part of the main offer without any price
   implications

c. The manufacturer shall categorically confirm maintenance and spare parts
   support for their equipment for a period of 10 years after the expiry of
   warranty period.

d. Prices for accessories and spares shall be itemized. Tenders where only
   lumpsum prices are indicated are liable to be rejected. Particular care must be
   taken to list out each item of spare and quantity recommended and also the
   individual price for each item. However, individual and lumpsum price
   details should be included only in Part-II (Price) of the tender. However a list
   of spares and accessories without the Price should be included in Part – I
   (Techno-Commercial) of the tender.

23. QUANTITY

   The Purchaser reserves the right to accept tenders for any quantity of his
   choice and the tenderer shall be bound to accept a contract for any quantity.
   The Purchaser also reserves the right to accept or reject lowest or any tender
   in full or in part without assigning any reasons.

24. STATUTORY LEVIES SUCH AS CENTRAL EXCISE DUTY AND SALES TAX

  a) EXCISE DUTY

      If it is desired to ask for excise duty or any other charges as extra, the same
      must be stated specifically. In the absence of any such statement, no claim
      for the same will be entertained (where the excise duty is leviable on
      advalorem basis the tenderer should submit along with the tender, the
      Form-1 and the manufactures Price List showing the actual accessible
      value of the source as approved by the excise authorities).


      Please note that in case any refund of excise duty is granted to supplier by
      Excise authorities in respect of stores supplied under the contract, the
      supplier will pass on the credit to the Purchaser immediately along with a
      certificate from the supplier’s Director/Manager/Proprietor/Accountant
      that the credit so passed on relates to the excise duties originally paid for
      the stores supplied under the contract. In case of your failure to do so
      within 10 days of the issue of the excise duty refund orders to the supplier
      by the Excise Authorities, the Purchaser would be empowered to deduct a
 sum equivalent to amount refunded by the Excise Authorities without any
 further reference to the supplier from any of his outstanding bills against
 this or any other Government Contracts and that no dispute on this
 account would be raised by the tenderer.




  The tenderer is also required to furnish to the paying authority the
 following Certificates;

  i.        Certificates with each bill to the effect that no refund has been
            obtained in respect of the reimbursement of excise duty made to
            Contractor during three months immediately preceding the date of
            the claim covered by the relevant bill.

 ii.        Supplier’s/Contractor’s, Auditor’s Certificates as to whether any
            refunds have been obtained or applied for by them are not in the
            preceding financial year after the annual audit their accounts also
            indicating details of such refunds/applications, if any. This
            certificate should contain reference to all purchase orders/contracts
            held by the Suppliers/Contractors.

iii.        A Certificate along with the final payment bills of the firm to the
            effect whether or not they have any appeal/protest for refund or
            partial refund of excise duties already reimbursed to the firm by
            the Government is pending with the Excise Authorities and if so,
            the nature, the amount involved and the position of such appeals.
            This        certificates    should        be       signed        by
            the Contractor’s/Supplier’s/Managing Director/Manager/Accou
            ntant.


       AN UNDERTAKING to the effect that in case it is detected by the
       SIDCO that any refund from Excise Authorities was obtained by the
       Contractors/Suppliers after obtaining reimbursement from the paying
       authority and if the same is not immediately refunded by the
       Contractors/suppliers to the purchaser giving details of particulars of
       the transaction, paying authority will have full authority to recover such
       amounts from the Contractors/Suppliers outstanding bills against that
       particular contract or any other pending Government contracts and that
       no dispute on this account would be raised by the supplier.
b) SALES TAX

Sales and other Taxes where legally leviable and intended to be claimed
should be distinctly shown along with the price quoted. Where this is not
done, no claim for Sales and other Taxes will be admitted at any later
stage and on any ground whatsoever.

When Sales and other Taxes are claimed as extra by the
contractor/supplier in general and on packing charges in particular the
following certificates should be submitted by the Suppliers/Contractors to
the paying authority on the bills itself:-

(a)    Certified that the goods and packing charges on which Sales
       Tax/Central Sales Tax has been charges, have not been exempted
       by the Central Sales Tax or the State Sales Tax or the rules made
       there under and the amount charged on account of Sales Tax on the
       goods and packing charges are not more than what is payable
       under the provision of relevant Act or the rules there under.

(b)    Certified further that we have actually paid Sales Tax/Central Sales
       Tax and are being assessed to Sales Tax on packing charges and
       also that where there are statutory exemptions under the relevant
       Act/Law of the State Government concerned, we have availed
       ourselves of it and certified non-availability of such a provision for
       Sales Tax on packing charges wherever claimed.

(c)    Certified that in respect of amount claimed in the bill no claim is
       pending for refund or is admissible. Certified that in the event of
       our getting refund in whole or in part of the element of Sales
       Tax/Central Sales Tax claimed from Government, we shall pass on
       the benefit to the Purchaser by reimbursing the amount equivalent
       to the amount of refund obtained by us.

       Certified further that we (our Branch or Agent). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
       . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Full address with
       purchase code). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . are registered as dealers in
       the State of. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . under Local Region No. . . . . . . . . . .
       and in the State of. . . . . under Central Regn. No. . . . . . . . . . . .for the
       purpose of Sales Tax.

      Samples/Prototypes etc., if any called for shall be submitted free of
      all charges by the Tenderer and the Purchaser shall not be
      responsible for any loss or damage thereof for any reason
        whatsoever. In the event of non-acceptance of the tender, the tender
        will have to make arrangements to remove/collect the
        samples/prototypes at his own expenses.




25. INCOME TAX CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE/REGISTRATION OF
  SUPPLIERS

         The tenderer shall submit along with Part-II (Price) of the tender
         the name and address of his bankers, and latest and current Income
         Tax clearance Certificate duly countersigned by the Income Tax
         Officer of the Circle concerned under the seal of his office.
         However, if the tenderers are registered with The Managing
         Directorate of Purchase and Stores of the Department as an
         approved supplier, they shall submit a copy of such registration
         certificate along with Part-II (Price) of the tender indicating
         registration number and date, its validity date and also their
         permanent income tax account number. If the tender is not
         registered either with The Managing Directorate General of
         Suppliers & Disposals or The Managing Director of Purchases
         Stores, as an approved supplier, it is absolutely essential for such
         tenderers to furnish a valid income tax clearance certificate or
         Photostat copy thereof along with Part –II (Price) of their tender
         failing which the tender will be liable for rejection without any
         notice. In case a tenderer is exempted by the Government of
         India/Government of Kerala from furnishing an income tax
         clearance certificate, he should furnish the copy of letter with
         reference No. and date under which he has been exempted by the
         Government from furnishing Income Tax clearance certificate.

  26.    PARTNERSHIP/PROPRIETARY CONCERN/COMPANIES

         The tenderer shall in a separate sheet to be annexed to the tender,
         furnish in case he is a partnership firm the names and full
         particulars of the partners . The tender must be signed:

  (a)    In the event of your being a sole proprietary concern by the sole
         Proprietor or by a constituted Attorney duly authorized to enter
         into and sign agreement on his behalf including agreement to refer
         disputes arising under or relating to such agreements to arbitration
      by power of attorney signed by the Proprietary and authenticated
      by a Notary Public .

(b)   In the event of your being a partnership firm, by all Partners or by a
      constituted Attorney duly authorized enter into and sign
      agreements on behalf of the Partnership firm including agreements
      to refer disputes arising under or relating to such agreements to
      arbitration by a power of attorney duly executed by the partner and
      authenticated by a Notary Public .
(c)   In the event of the tenderer being a limited company under the
      common seal of the company by a constituted Attorney duly
      authorized to enter into and sign agreements, to refer dispute
      arising under or relating to such agreements, to arbitration by a
      power of attorney executed under your common seal and
      authenticated by a Notary Public .
(d)   In the event when the tender is signed by a constituted attorney of
      the sole Proprietary of a concern or when the tender is signed on
      behalf of the firm a by a constituted Attorney of its partners as
      provided in sub-clause (a) and (b) above, then original power of
      attorney appointing him as such constituted attorney shall be
      supplied with the tender or if a tender is executed on behalf of a
      Limited Company its constituted attorney as provided in sub-
      clause above, the original power of attorney along with resolution
      (if is required under its Articles of Association) authorizing the
      affixation of its common seal on the power of attorney and a copy
      of its Articles of Association shall be supplied with the tender. If
      however, the power of attorney has been previously furnished to
      and approved by the Purchaser the Contractor need not send the
      same with the tender.

27.   SUBMISSION OF DRAWINGS

      The tenderer shall furnish all drawings detailed technical
      catalogues pertaining to the plant/machinery/equipment/
      accessories to the Purchaser along with the tender for correct
      understanding and appreciation of the tender .

      Besides, tenderers should also furnish general arrangement,
      schematic and such other drawings prescribed by the purchaser
      within 4 weeks from the date of receipt of a Purchase Order for
      approval. Such drawings should also be furnished along with Part
      – I of tender. Tenderers drawing will form part of the purchase
      order/contract only after these are approved by the Purchaser.
28.     SUB-CONTRACTING/SUBLETTING

        The tenderer in the event of his tender being accepted by the
        Purchaser shall not assign/sublet or delegate the contract or any
        part thereof without the prior written consent of the purchaser
        which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld, but the tenderer
        may without of the Purchaser’s consent purchase such parts,
        accessories, raw materials, etc from any of the leading and reputed
        manufacturers in case he does not normally manufacture such
        items. However, the contractor shall be solely responsible for the
        satisfactory execution of the contract irrespective of the fact
        whether a part or a portion of a contract has been assigned or
        sublet by him to a sub-contractor even when such sub-contracting
        has been done with the prior written consent of the Purchaser.

      8) SHOP/FACTORY                         VALUATION,
         QUALITY SURVELLANCE/INSPECTION AND SUBMISSION OF
         PROGRESS REPORTS.

        The Purchaser or his technical authorities may at his option and
        prior to evaluation of the tender, depute his inspector or any
        person of his choice to the factory/workshop of the tenderer to
        assess and establish the manufacturing capability etc of the
        tenderer.    Similarly, the Purchaser may also depute his
        inspector/Quality Surveillance agency of his choice for inspection
        of the plant/ machinery/equipment/component during the
        various stages of manufacture in such an event the
        tenderer/contractor shall:-

            i. Allow reasonable facility and free access to his
               factory/work/records to the Inspector for the purpose of
               inspection or for ascertaining the progress of manufacture
               and delivery.
           ii. For 5 axis CNC and other CNC machinery, the purchaser
               will have the right to perform machining a component
               before the delivery of the machine

          iii. Provide the drawings, tooling, gauges, instruments, etc
               required for carrying out the inspection work.
        iv. Produce an inspection plan to the Purchaser’s satisfaction
            when checkpoints on the plan are imminent.

         v. Not supply or deliver the machinery/equipment/
            component unless and until a Shipping Release or an
            authorization for despatch is obtained in a format provided
            by the Purchaser. Failure to comply with this instruction
            will not only result in withholding of the payment to the
            contractors/ supplier, but also hold the tenderer/contractor
            liable for payment of compensation to the Purchaser due to
            delay          in          clearance          of         the
            equipment/plant/machinery/component from carriers.

30.   ERECTION AND COMMISSIONING

      Tenderers must clearly and separately furnish in their offers the
      terms for supervision of erection and commissioning and trial run
      and    personnel     training    particularly  in   respect    of
      plant/machinery/equipments.

31.   INSTRUCTION MANUAL

      The installation/operation manual shall be in English language
      with diagrams, trouble shooting procedure with diagram, circuit
      diagram up to sub assembly level for electronic control system,
      electrical control system, pneumatic control system and hydraulic
      control system, spare parts catalogues with detailed drawing,
      lubrication chart with details of lubrication, grease, oil, coolants etc
      with their specification, source, periodicity of changing. Lubricants
      should be ISO/VG classification.

      In respect of plant/machinery/equipment/instrument/apparatus,
      where instruction/detailed operation manual is necessary to enable
      the     user     to   put     the     plant/machinery/equipment/
      instrument/apparatus to proper use, the contractor shall furnish
      such an instruction/operation manual specific to the stores being
      supplied along with the plant/machinery/equipment/instrument
      apparatus. The Contractor shall clearly specify in the offer about
      his readiness to supply detailed instruction operation manual.
 32.    PACKING

        Tenderers shall note that packing for shipment shall be in
        accordance with the instructions outlined in this tender document,
        each package shall be limited to the size and weights that are
        permissible under the existing Air and Sea limitations. Even when
        no packing specification is included in the invitation to tender, it
        will be Suppliers’ responsibility to provide appropriate packing
        depending up on the nature of the supply and the transportation
        and handling hazards.

        The equipment shall be so packed and protected as not to suffer
        deterioration damage or breakage during shipment and storage in
        a tropical climate including rain. Each package shall be properly
        labeled to indicate the type and quantity of material it contains, the
        purchase order number, its dimensions and weight and any other
        necessary data to identity the equipment and relate it to contract.

33.     DEVIATIONS TO PURCHASER’S                 SPECIFICATIONS        AND
        CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT.


        If any deviation or substitution from the technical specifications
        contained Section ‘C’ to this tender document is involved, such
        details should be clearly indicated in Part – I (techno commercial)
        of the tender or otherwise it shall be an admission on the part of the
        tenderer that he will supply the equipment as specified by the
        Purchaser.     Similarly, deviations to the Purchaser’s General
        conditions of Contract/Special Conditions of Contract contained in
        Section ‘B’ of this tender document shall be indicated by the
        tenderer in another annexure to Part-I (Techno Commercial) of the
        tenderers. Part – I (Techno Commercial) should be submitted in
        accordance with the format provided by the Purchaser at Section
        ‘D’ of this tender document.

        Part –II (Price) should be furnished in accordance with the format
        provided by the Purchaser at Section ‘D’ of this tender document.

  34.   DELIVERY

        All equipments/machinery/plant/component covered by this
        tender document should be supplied within one month from the
        date of Purchase Order. Tenderers should see that they meet the
      delivery schedule specified by the Purchaser. The prices quoted by
      the tenderer should include all charges involved for direct and safe
      delivery of the items by Road to the project site of the purchaser. If
      a tenderer so desires, separate lumpsum charges for transportation
      and safe delivery to Purchaser’s site at Olavanna, Kozhikode could
      be furnished. The Purchaser will neither undertake responsibility
      for transit insurance nor pay for it separately. No other, delivery
      term will be accepted by the Purchaser.


35.   PURCHASE OF TENDER DOCUMENT

      A complete set of tender documents may be purchased by any
      eligible tenderer on submission of a written application to the
      Managing Director, Kerala SIDCO, Housing Board Building, Santhi
      Nagar, Thiruvananthapuram – 1 and on payment of non-
      refundable cost of Rs. 10,000/-. Sales Tax and Additional Sales Tax
      shall be payable extra as applicable. The payment shall be made in
      the form of a Demand Draft in favour of the Managing Director,
      Kerala SIDCO, Housing Board Building, Santhi Nagar,
      Thiruvananthapuram – 1 or in cash.

36.   INSURANCE

      The goods supplied under the contract shall be fully insured
      against loss or damage incidental to the manufacture of acquisition,
      transportation, storage and delivery in the manner specified.

      The insurance shall be in an amount equal to 110 percentage of the
      CIF or CIP value of the goods from “Warehouse to Warehouse”
      (final destination) on “All risks” basis including War risks and
      strikes, valid for a period not less than three months after
      installation and commissioning and issue of acceptance certificate
      by the purchaser.

      In case any loss or damage occurs, the supplier shall:-

(a)   Initiate and pursue claim till settlement and

(b)   Promptly make arrangements for repair and replacement of any
      damaged item irrespective of settlement of claim by the under
      writers.
(c)   Where delivery of the goods are required by the purchaser on a CIF
      or CIP basis the supplier shall arrange and pay for cargo insurance,
      naming the purchaser as the beneficiary.



37.   TRANSPORTATION

(a)   Where the supplier is required under the contract to deliver the
      goods FOB, transport of the goods, up to and including the point of
      putting the goods on board the vessel at the specified port of
      loading, shall be arranged and paid for by the supplier, and the cost
      thereof shall be included in the contract price.
(b)   Where the supplier is required under the contract to deliver the
      goods FCA, transport of the good and delivery into the custody of
      the carrier at the place named by the purchaser or other agreed
      point shall be arranged and paid for by the supplier and the cost
      thereof shall be included in the contract price.

38.   GUARANTEE

      The supplier shall guarantee all the goods delivered under this
      contract for satisfactory performance for a period of 18 months
      from the date of commissioning or 24 months from the date of
      shipment. During this guarantee period if any defect is noticed, the
      supplier shall rectify such defects free of cost within a reasonable
      time.   If   necessary,     the   supplier     shall   replace   the
      materials/equipments at their own expenses.

39.   GOVERNING LANGUAGE

      The contract shall be written in the English language. The version
      of the contract written in the specified language shall govern
      interpretation.     All correspondence and other documents
      pertaining to the contract, which are exchanged by the parties shall
      be written in the same language (English).

40.   TAXES AND DUTIES

(a)   A foreign supplier shall be entirely responsible for all taxes, stamp
      duties, license fees and other such levies imposed outside the
      purchaser’s country. However foreign manufactures can quote
      through their authorized agents in India.
(b)      A local supplier shall be entirely responsible for all taxes, duties,
         license fees etc. incurred until delivery of the contracted goods to
         the purchaser.


41.      RESOLUTION OF DISPUTE

         The purchaser and the supplier shall make every effort to resolve
         amicably by direct informal negotiation in any disagreement or
         dispute arising between them under or in connection with the
         contract. If after 30 days from the commencement of such informal
         negotiation, the purchaser and the supplier have been unable to
         resolve amicably a contract dispute, either party may require that
         the dispute may be referred for resolution through conciliation
         mediation and the provisions of Arbitration and Conciliation Act
         1986 shall be applicable

42.      DELIVERY AND SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS

       a) Imported goods

         Within 24 hours of shipment, the supplier shall notify the
         purchaser and the insurance company by e-mail or fax the full
         detail of shipment including contract number, description of goods,
         value, quantity, the vessel, air Way Bill number and date, Bill of
         lading number and date, port of loading, date of shipment, port of
         discharge etc. The supplier shall also immediately mail the
         following documents to the purchaser with a copy to the insurance
         company.

      1. Three copies of supplier’s invoice showing contract number, goods
         description, quantity, Unit price and total amount.
      2. Original and two copies of the negotiable, clear on board, Bill of
         lading/Airway bill marked freight prepaid and three copies of non-
         negotiable Bill of lading/airway bill.
      3. Three copies of packing list identifying contents of each package.
      4. Insurance certificate.
      5. Manufacturer’s/Suppliers Warranty/Guarantee Certificate.
      6. Inspection certificate issued by the nominated inspection agency,
         and the manufacturer’s factory inspection and acceptance report.
      7. Certificate of origin.
      8. All instructions and manuals for all the equipments.
      b) Indigenous goods

         Within 24 hours of shipment, the supplier shall notify the
         purchaser and the insurance company by cable, telex, e-mail or fax
         the full detail of shipment including contract number, description
         of goods, value, quantity, the vessel, Air/lorry Way Bill number
         and date, place of loading, date of shipment, place of discharge etc.
         The supplier shall also immediately mail three sets of following
         documents to the purchaser with a copy to the insurance company.

             i. Four copies of the supplier invoice showing contract
                number, goods description, quantity unit price & total
                amount.
            ii. Delivery note.
           iii. Insurance Certificate.
           iv. Manufacturers/suppliers warranty/guarantee certificate.
            v. Inspection certificate issued by nominated inspection agency
                and the manufacturers factory inspection & acceptance
                report.
           vi. All instructions and manuals for all the equipments.

         The above documents shall be received by the purchaser before the
         arrival of the goods (except where it is handed over to the
         consignee with all documents) and if not received, the supplier will
         be responsible for any consequential expenses.

43.    MAINTENANCE SERVICE

 a) Maintenance service shall be provided by the supplier during this period
    of warranty. After warranty period annual maintenance and repairs of
    the entire system for four years to be performed by the supplier. A
    comprehensive plan for AMC shall be submitted.

 b) The maximum response time for a maintenance complaint should not
    exceed 48 hours (ie, time required for supplier’s maintenance engineers to
    report to the site after a request call by telegram/telex/fax/e-mail or letter
    is written).

 c) It is expected that the average down time of our item will be less than half
    the maximum down time (ie. defined as number of days for which an item
    of equipment/machinery is not usable because of inability of the supplier
    to repair) as mentioned in the form of technical details. In case an item is
      not usable beyond the stipulated maximum downtime, the supplier will
      be required to arrange for an immediate replacement of the same till it is
      repaired. Failure to arrange for immediate replacement/repair will be
      liable for compensation per day per machine/equipment.

d) Spares support for maintenance for 10 years after the warranty period is to
   be specifically confirmed.


44.      PAYMENT

Payment will be made in the currency specified in the contract in the
following manner.


         Payment for the delivery of the machinery approved by the inspector
         will be made as follows:

      1) 70% of the contract price of each machinery delivered at destination
         site shall be paid within 30 days of receipt and verification of goods
         and acceptance by the purchaser and also on submission of
         documents.

      2) 10% of the contract price of machinery shall be paid immediately on
         installation of equipment at site.

      3) 20% percentage of the contract price of the equipment shall be paid
         within 30 days of commissioning and on submission of claim
         supported by acceptance certificate issued by the purchaser’s engineer
         or representatives and against bank guarantee for equivalent value.

           (b) The commissioning of the machine includes, apart from others,
         proving of the specified features, operations, accuracies, etc on
         samples/ on real jobs.

           (c) In addition to this other remedies under the law and these
         conditions, the purchase shall have lien on each consignment in
         respect of which 70% has been paid to secure refund of this amount in
         the event of the same becoming refundable under the terms of the
         contract under the law and so secure payment of any other dues under
         the law.
      45.   ACCEPTANCE OF TENDERS

 a) Acceptance of tenders by the Purchaser will be sent by fax, letter, e-mail
    etc. within the validity date of the tender and such fax, e-mail, letter etc
    would then be followed by a formal supply order. The successful
    tenderer shall execute an agreement regarding the fulfillment of contract
    after acceptance of the tender.

 b) Unsuccessful tenderers will not be intimated of the result of their tenders.

 c) The final acceptance of the tender rests entirely with the purchaser who
    do not bind themselves to accept any tender.

46.    SETTLEMENT OF COMMERCIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF
       CONTRACT.

 In case the commercial terms and conditions for sale/contract stipulated in
 Part-1 (Techno Commercial) of the tender submitted by the tenderer are at
 variance with the Purchaser’s General Conditions of all Contracts/Special
 Conditions of Contract stipulated in Section “B” of this tender documents,
 they will settle the commercial terms and conditions of contract with the
 tenderers chosen for award of contract by holding discussion with them OR
 by sending Fax/Letter/E-mail, etc. In case the concerned tenderer to whom
 an intimation thereof is given does not respond/fails to respond to Managing
 Director within the date specified, his tender is liable for rejection at the
 discretion of Managing Director and no complaints whatsoever will be
 entertained from the tenderer for rejection of his tender.

 47. OFFERS BY FAX/ TELEX/ CABLE /TELEGRAM & E-MAIL
 Offer sent/submitted by fax, telex, cable, telegram and e-mail will not be
 considered at all and are liable for rejection without any notice to the Tenders.
                SECTION B

GENERAL AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT




               GOVERNING



   SUPPLIES OF MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENTS
1.      DEFINITIONS.

     1.1. The term ‘Purchaser’ shall mean the Kerala Small Industries Development
          Corporation by its Managing Director or his successors or assigns.

     1.2. The term ‘Inspector’ shall mean any person appointed by or on behalf of the
          Purchaser to inspect supplies, stores or work under the Contract or any
          person deputed by the inspector for the purpose.

           b. The term ‘Particulars’ shall mean the following.

                i.   Specification.
               ii.   Drawing
              iii.   Sealed pattern denoting a pattern scaled and signed by the
                     Inspector.
              iv.    Proprietary make denoting the produce of an individual firm.
               v.    Any other details governing the construction manufacture
                     and/or supply as existing for the contract.

           c. The term ‘Contractor’ shall mean, firm, society or company with
              whom or with which the order for the supply of stores is placed and
              shall be deemed to include the Contractor’s Successors (approved by
              the Purchaser), representatives, heirs, executors and administrators
              unless excluded by the contract.

           d. The term ‘Stores’ shall mean, what contractor agrees to supply under
              the contract as specified in the Purchase Order.

           e. The term ‘Purchase Order’ shall mean the communications signed on
              behalf of the purchaser by an Officer duly authorized intimating the
              acceptance of behalf of the purchaser on the terms and conditions
              mentioned or referred to in the said communication accepting the
              Tender or offer of the Contractor for supply of machinery or
              equipment or parts thereof.

           f. The Stores Purchase Manual of Government of Kerala, being the base
              document for preparation of this tender document, to be referred for
              any clarifications.
2.   CONTRACTS WITH RATE SUBJECT TO CONFIRMATION

            When prices are mentioned in the Purchase order as being subject to
      confirmation by the makers, or subject to variation in the F.O.B. costs at the
      time of shipment, the Contractor shall before effecting delivery, obtain the
      required confirmation and communicate the same or full particulars as to
      variation of the     F O B price at the time of shipment, to the purchaser for
      his acceptance together with the original invoice on which the rate quoted
      by the Contractor in his tender was based or any other documents that may
      be required by the Purchaser and the purchaser reserves the right to have
      such confirmation or variation checked by any Trade Association of the
      country of shipment or any organization whether Governmental or
      otherwise and the purchaser shall have, upon receipt of such
      communication as to confirmation or variation as aforesaid further reserves
      right to cancel the contract without assigning any reason and without being
      liable to the contractor for the payment of damages or for any payment on
      any account whatsoever. If supplies are made before such confirmation and
      acceptance by the purchaser except with the express consent of the
      purchaser, the contractor shall be paid at the price mentioned in the
      purchase order or the revised price whichever is lower.

3.   SUBLETTING OF CONTRACT OR BILLS OR ANY BENEFIT ACCURING
     THERE FORM.

            The Contractor shall not sublet transfer or assign the Contracts, or any
      part there of or bills or any other benefits accruing there from or under the
      contract without the written permission of the purchaser and a breach of
      this conditions shall entitle the purchaser to cancel the contract and to make
      repurchases at the risk and costs of the contractor, in term of clause 10.2(iii)
      here of and/or to recover from the contractor damages arising from such
      cancellations.

4.   SECURITY DEPOSITS

          On acceptance of tender, the contractor shall, at the option of the
      Purchaser and within the period specified by him, deposit with him by
      Demand Draft or at the option of the purchaser in such other form as the
             purchaser may determine, a Security Deposit equal to 5% of the tendered
             value of the contract, as the purchaser shall specify.

                   If the Contractor is called upon by the Purchaser to deposit Security
             and the Contractor fails to provide the security within the period specified,
             such failure shall constitute a breach of the contract and the purchaser shall
             be entitled to make other arrangements for the purchase of stores contracted
             for the risk and expenses of the Contractor in terms of clause 10.2(iii) thereof
             and/or to recover from the Contractor damages arising from such
             cancellation. No claim shall lie against the purchaser, either in respect of
             interest if any due on Security Deposits or depreciation in value.EMD
             deposited earlier with the tender can be restructured as security deposit
             also.

5.      SPECIFICATION.

5.1     Quality and Workman ship.

      (i)       The store shall be of the best quality and workman ship and comply
                with particulars of the contract and in all respect shall be to the entire
                satisfaction of the inspector and the purchaser.

      (ii)      In particular and without prejudice to the foregoing conditions and in
                addition thereto when tenders are called for in accordance with
                particulars, Contractor’s tenders shall be deemed to be an admission on
                his part that he has fully acquainted himself with the details thereof and
                no claim on his part which may arise on account of non – examination of
                the particulars, will in any circumstances be considered by the purchaser
                or be recoverable from him.

5.2     Contractor’s liability for defective stores.

                  For a period of 18 months after the stores have been accepted by
              purchaser, the Contractor shall be responsible for any defects that may be
              discovered there in not withstanding that such defects could have been
              discovered at the time of inspection or any defects there in are found to
              have developed under proper use, arising from faulty materials, design or
              workmanship and the Contractor shall remedy all such defects as
              aforesaid at his own cost provided he is called upon within a period of 20
              months from the date of acceptance thereof to do so, by the purchaser
              who shall state in writing in what respect the goods are faulty and further
              if in the opinion of the purchaser the defects are of such a nature that is
              necessary to replace or renew any defective stores, such replacement or
         renewal shall be made by the contractor without any extra cost to the
         Purchaser provided notice informing the Contractor of the defect is given
         by the purchaser within the said period of 20 months. The decision of the
         purchaser not with standing any prior approval or acceptance of the
         inspector, as to whether or not the stores delivered are defective or any
         defect has developed with in the said period of eighteen months or as to
         whether the nature of defects require renewal or replacement shall be final
         conclusive and binding on the Contractor.

6.   ALTERATION OF SPECIFICATIONS PATTERNS AND DRAWING

             The Purchaser reserves the right to alter from time to time
     specifications, pattern and drawings as from the date specified by him. The
     stores shall be in accordance with the specifications, patterns and drawings as
     so altered. In the event of any such alteration involving an alteration in the
     cost of or in the period required for production, revision of the Contract price
     and of the item for delivery shall be made in relation to the stores, the subject
     of the alteration. The decision of the Purchaser, on the question whether the
     alterations involve an alteration in the costs or to the period of production
     shall be final and conclusive.

7.   SAMPLES.
             Samples submitted for any reasons shall be supplied without charge
     and freight paid without any obligation of the purchaser as regards safe
     custody of safe return thereof. All sample submitted must be clearly labeled
     with Contractor’s name and address and tender number. If the Contractor
     submits the sample with his tender the same shall not govern the standard of
     supply except when it has been specifically stated in the purchase order that
     it is accepted instead of any sealed pattern. Should certified samples to be
     sent to the Contractor by the Purchaser, the Contractor is responsible for the
     return in perfect order of all certified samples with the labels intact.

8.   PACKING

 8.1 The Contractor shall be held responsible for the stores being sufficient and
     properly packed for transport by rail, road, sea or air so as to ensure their
     being free from any loss or damages on arrival at their destination. The
     packing and marking of packages shall be done by and at the expenses of the
     Contractor. Each package shall contain a Packing Note quoting Purchase
     Order number and date and showing it contents in detail.
9.       CONTRACTOR’S RESPONSIBILITY REGARDING DESPATCH

  9.1    Said to contain basis; The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining a clear
         receipt from the Transport Authorities specifying the goods dispatched.
         Purchaser shall not pay separately for transit insurance, all risks in transit
         being exclusively of the Contractor and the Purchaser shall pay for only such
         stores as are actually received by him in accordance with the Contract.

 9.2     Contractor’s liability for freight and transport charges;

         Unless the otherwise expressly mentioned in the Purchase Order, the
         contractor shall pay and bear freights and all costs and expenses for
         transporting the stores to the place of delivery specified in the Purchase
         Order and the price specified in the purchase order shall be inclusive of all
         such freights and expenses.

 9.3     F O R Station of Despatch;
         Incase of an F O R station of despatch, the stores shall be booked at full
         wagon/lorry load rates and by the most economical route, after consulting
         the Purchaser, and failure to do so will render the Contractor liable for the
         whole or part of any avoidable expenditure, caused to the Purchaser.

10.      DELIVERY

 10.1 Time for and date of delivery, the essence of the Contract;

         The time for and the date of delivery of the stores stipulated in the purchase
         order shall be deemed to be the essence of contract, and delivery must be
         completed not later than the dates specified therein.

10.2     Failure and Termination.

         Should the contractor fail to deliver the stores or any consignment thereof
         within the period prescribed for such delivery, the Purchaser shall be entitled
         at his option either:

      i) to recover from the Contractor as agreed liquidated damages and not by way
         of penalty a sum of 2% of the price of any stores which the Contractor has
         failed to deliver as aforesaid, for each month or part of month., during which
         the delivery of such stores may be in arrears. or,

      ii) to purchase from elsewhere without notice to the contractor on the account
          and at the risk of the contractor, the stores not delivered or others of similar
     description (where procurable, such opinion being final) with out canceling
     the contract in respect of the consignments (s) not yet due for delivery, or

  iii) to cancel the contract or a portion thereof and if so desired, to purchase or
       authorize the purchase of stores not so delivered or others of similar
       description (where others exactly complying with the particulars are not in
       the opinion of the Purchaser readily procurable, such opinion being final) at
       the risk and cost of the contractor.

     In the event of action being taken under clause 10.2(ii) or 10.2(iii) above, the
     Contractor shall be liable for any loss which the purchaser may sustain on
     that account, provided that if there is an agreement to re-purchase, then such
     agreement is made within six months of the date of such failure. But the
     Contractor shall not be entitled to any gain on such repurchase made against
     default. The manner and method of such re-purchase shall be in the entire
     discretion of the purchase, whose decision shall be final. It shall not be
     necessary for the Purchaser to serve a notice of such re- purchase on the
     defaulting contractor. This right shall be without prejudice to the right of the
     purchaser to recover damages for breach of contract by the contractor.

10.3 Extension of time.

     As soon as it is apparent that contract dates cannot be adhered to, an
     application shall be sent by Contractor to the purchaser. If failure, on the part
     of the Contractor to deliver the stores in proper time shall have arisen from
     any causes which the Purchaser may admit as reasonable ground for an
     extension of the time (and his decision shall be final) he may allow such
     additional time as he considers it to be justified by circumstances of the case
     without prejudice to the Purchaser’s rights to cover liquidated damages
     under clause 10 thereof.

     However, if the contractor fails to apply and secure extension of contract
     before effecting the delivery of the supplies against the contract, acceptance of
     such stores by the purchaser will in no way prejudice the rights of the
     Purchaser to levy the liquidated damages for delayed delivered or will it
     entitle the contractor payment of new/enhanced rates of statutory levies that
     may come in to force after the expiry of the contract delivery dates.
11.      INSPECTION AND REJECTION

 11.1 Inspection and rejection:

         The stores shall be tendered by the Contractor for inspection at such places as
         may be specified by the inspector, at the Contractor’s own risk expenses and
         costs and shall lie at such places of inspection and test as may be considered
         necessary by the Inspector and his decision as regards rejection/acceptance of
         goods shall be final and binding of the Contractor. If any goods are rejected as
         aforesaid, then without prejudice to the forgoing provision, the Purchaser
         shall be at liberty to.

   a) Allow the Contractor to re-submit without prejudice to the Purchaser’s right
      to claim and recover Liquidated Damages as provided in clause 10 thereof,
      stores in replacement of those rejected within a time specified by the
      Purchaser (which time shall be essence of the contract) the contractor bearing
      the cost of freight for such replacement without being entitled to any extra
      payment, or,

      b) Buy the quantity of stores rejected from others of similar nature elsewhere at
         the risk and cost of the contractor in accordance with the provisions
         contained in second paragraph of clause 10.2 thereof without affecting the
         contractor’s liability as regards to the supply of any further consignments due
         under the contracts, or.

      c) Terminate the contract and recover from the Contractor the loss there by
         incurred by the purchaser.

11.2     Removal of rejection.

         Any stores submitted for inspection and rejected by the Inspector must be
         removed by the Contractor within fourteen days from the date of receipt of
         intimation of rejection; provided that in the case of dangerous, infected or
         perishable stores the inspector (whose decision shall be final) shall notify the
         Contractor to remove such stores within 48 hours of receipt of intimation of
         rejection and it shall be the duty of the Contractor to remove them
         accordingly. Such rejected stores if lie beyond aforementioned time, the
         Purchaser shall have the right either to return the rejected stores to the
         Contractor at the Contractor’s risk by such mode of transport as purchaser
         may select or to dispose off or segregate such stores as he thinks fit and
         proceeds as may be necessary to cover any loss or expenses incurred by the
         purchaser in connection with the said sale. Freight to destination on stores
            rejected after examination at destination shall be recoverable from that
            Contractor at a Public Tariff Rate.

11.3        Test Certificate and Guarantees.

            Test Certificate, Guarantee Certificate as required by the Inspector shall be
            obtained and furnished by the Contractor free of costs. Whenever required,
            the test certificates should be sent along with the dispatch documents.


      12     RECOVERY OF SUMS DUE

             Whenever any claim for the payment, whether liquidated or not, of
             money arising out or under this contract against the Contractor, the
             Purchaser shall be entitled to recover sum by appropriating, in part or
             whole, the security deposited by the contractor, if a security is taken
             against the contract. In the event of the security being insufficient or no
             security has been taken from the Contractor, then the balance or the total
             sum recoverable, as the case may be, and shall be deducted from any
             sum then due or which at any time thereafter may become due to the
             contractor under this or any other contract with the purchaser. Should
             this sum be not sufficient to cover the full amount recoverable, the
             Contractor shall pay to the purchaser on demand the remaining balance.

      13.        MODE OF PAYMENT

             Unless otherwise agreed to between the parties in writing, payment for
             the delivery of the stores will be made within reasonable times on
             submission of bills in triplicate supported by documents. Payment for
             the stores, on each delivery will be made to the Contractor (if such break
             up of prices is stipulated in the Purchase order) only after goods are
             received at destination and passed after inspection. Normally 30 days
             will be allowed for Inspection after receipt of the stores.

14.         LAW GOVERNING THE CONTRACT

              This Contract shall be governed by the laws of India.

15.         JURISDICTION

             The courts within the local limit of whose jurisdiction the place from
             which the Purchase Order is issued is situated only shall (subject to
         clause 17 thereof) have jurisdiction to the decide on any matter arising
         out of this Contract.

16.     INDEMNITY

         The Contractor shall warrant and be deemed to have warranted that all
         stores/supplies against this contract are free and clean of any patent,
         Copyright or Trademark, and shall at all times indemnify the purchaser
         against all claims which may be made in respect of stores for
         infringement of any right protected by patent. Registration of design or
         Trade Mark any intellectual property rights and take all risk of accidents
         or damage which may cause a failure of the supply and from whatever
         cause arising the entire responsibility for the sufficiency of all means
         used by him for the fulfillment of the contract. The supplier shall not
         infringe upon the third party’s intellectual property rights. The supplier
         shall resolve such claim if arise and shall indemnity the purchaser from
         loss or damage if any incurred.

      17. ARBITRATION

           a. Not withstanding anything contained in clause 15 above, in the
              event of any question dispute or difference in connected with this
              contract, ( except as to any matters the decision of which is
              specially provided by these conditions) the same be refereed to the
              sole arbitration of the Managing Director, Kerala SIDCO or of some
              other person appointed by him. The award of the arbitrator shall be
              final and binding on the parties to this Contract.

           b. It is a term of contract:-

      a) If the arbitrator be the MANAGING DIRECTOR, KERALA SIDCO

           I. In the event of his being transferred or vacating his resignation or
              otherwise, it shall be lawful for his successor-in- office either to
              proceed with the reference himself, or to appoint another person as
              Arbitrator or

          II. In the event of his being unwilling or unable to act reason, it shall
              be lawful for the Managing Director, SIDCO to appoint another
              person as Arbitrator, or
b) If the arbitrator be a person appointed by the Managing Director, SIDCO,
   In the event of his dying, neglecting or refusing to act, or resigning or
   being unable to act for any reason, it shall be lawful for the Director,
   SIDCO to proceed with the reference himself or to appoint another
   person as arbitrator in place of the outgoing Arbitrator.

       Subject as aforesaid, the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 and the
       rule thereafter and statutory modifications thereof for the time being in
       forces shall be deemed to apply to the arbitration proceedings under
       this clause. The Arbitrator shall have the power to extend with the
       consent of the Purchaser and the Contractor the time for making and
       publishing the award. The venue of Arbitration shall be place as the
       Purchaser in his absolute discretion may determine. Work under the
       contract shall, if reasonably possible continue during Arbitration
       proceedings.


18.     EXERCISING THE RIGHTS AND POWERS OF THE PURCHASER

        All the rights, discretions and the powers of the Purchaser under the
        contract shall be exercisable by and all notices on behalf of the
        Purchaser shall be given by the Managing Director or any person or
        persons authorized to enter in to contracts on behalf of the Managing
        Director and any reference in the opinion of the Purchaser to the terms
        and conditions contained in these General Conditions of all contracts
        shall mean and be constructed as reference in the opinion of any of the
        persons mentioned in this clause.

          18.1 The purchaser reserves the right to regret any or all of the
               tenders submitted at any stage without assigning any reason
               what so ever.

          18.2 The        purchasers      have      the       right       to
               modify/alter/amend/add/delete any of the contents in the
               formats of agreements to be executed with the purchaser after
               the acceptance of tender.


19.     SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT GOVERNING SUPPLY

      In addition to the General Conditions of Contract herein before setout the
      following special conditions shall apply to contracts for the supply of
Machinery and manufactured equipment where they differ from the
General Conditions shall override the later.

19.1   MISTAKE IN DRAWING

The Contractor shall be responsible for and shall pay for any alteration of
the works due to discrepancies, errors or omission in the drawings or
other particulars supplied by him whether such drawings or particulars
have been approved by the Purchaser or not and if these modifications
are necessary for the machinery/equipment to work satisfactory and
efficiently.



19.2   RESPONSIBILTY FOR COMPLETENESS

Any fittings or accessories which may not be specifically mentioned in the
specification but which are usual or necessary, are to be provided by the
Contractor without extra charge and the plant/ machinery must be
complete in all respect.

 19.3 REJECTION OF DEFECTIVE MACHINERY

If the machinery after acceptance thereof is discovered to be defective, not
with standing that such defects could have been discovered at the time of
inspection, or found to have failed to fulfill the requirements of the
contract or developed defects after erection/commissioning to fulfill the
requirements of the contract or developed defects after erection/
commissioning with in a period of 18 months from the date of erection/
commissioning whether such erection/commissioning was done by the
Purchaser or by the Contractor, the Purchaser shall be entitled to give a
notice on the contractor setting forth details of defects or failure and the
contractor shall, provided such notice is given within a period of 20
months from the date of such erection/ commissioning or acceptance,
forthwith make the defective plant good or alter the same to make it,
comply with the requirements of the contract at his own cost and further
if in the opinion of the purchaser, the defects are of such a nature that the
defects cannot be made good or repaired without impairing the efficiency
or work ability of the plant or if in the opinion of the Purchaser, the plant
cannot be repaired or altered to make it comply with the requirements of
the Contract, the Contractor shall, provided notice is given by the
Purchaser in this behalf with in a period of 20 months from the date of
erection/ commissioning or acceptance thereof, remove and replace the
       same with plant conforming to the stipulated particulars in all respect at
       the contractor’s own cost.

       Should he fail to do so within reasonable time, the Purchaser may reject at
       the cost of the Contractor the whole or any part of the plant as the case
       may be which is defective or fails to fulfill the requirements of the
       contract.

       Such replacement, at the cost of Contractor, shall be carried out by the
       purchaser within a reasonable time with plant of the same particulars or
       when plants conforming to the stipulated particulars are not in the
       opinion of the Purchaser readily procurable, such opinion being final,
       then the nearest substitutes.

       In the event of such rejection, the Purchaser shall be entitled to use the
       plant in a reasonable and proper manner for a time reasonably sufficient
       to enable him to obtain replacement as here in before provided.

19.4   INSPECTION AND FINAL TEST

       All tests necessary to ensure that the machinery complies with the
       specifications/ requirements of the Purchaser and the guarantees shall be
       carried out at such place as may be determined by the inspector. Should,
       however, it be necessary for the final tests as to performance or
       guarantees to be held over until the machinery is erected at site, they shall
       be carried out with in a reasonable time of completion of erection.

19.5 TRANSPORT AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR BREAKAGES EN-ROUTE:-

       Unless other wise specified, the Purchaser will take delivery of the
       machinery from the transporter named in the purchase order but, the
       Contractor will be responsible for any damage which may be caused to it
       during transit to the site of erection thereof.

19.6   INTIMATION ABOUT DELIVERY

       No machinery or material shall be forwarded to purchaser’s delivery
       destination until intimation in writing have given to the Contractor by
       Purchaser that he is ready to take delivery.
19.7   DELAY IN ERECTION:-

       Where erection of a plant or machinery is he responsibility of the
       Contractor as a term of the contract and in case the contractor fails to
       carry out the erection as and when called upon to do so within the period
       specified by the Purchaser, the Purchaser shall have right to get the
       erection done through any source of his choice. In such an event, the
       Contractor shall be liable to bear any additional expenditure that the
       Purchaser may incur towards erection. The Contractor shall, however, not
       be entitled to any due to such an action by the purchaser.

19.8   DEVIATIONS FROM SPECIFICATION, TERMS AND CONDTIONS:-

       No deviations from specifications, terms and conditions to this tender are
       acceptable to the Purchaser. However if at all the tenderer has taken
       deviations either from the specification, terms and conditions or of any
       other section, the same should be specifically & clearly stated in the
       statement of deviation sheet only and those mentioned anywhere else
       would not be binding on the Purchaser.

   20. General Conditions

  i. Tenders which are not in the prescribed form are liable to be rejected. The
     rates quoted should be only in Indian currency. Tenders mentioning any
     other currency are liable to rejection.

 ii. Intending tenderers should send their tenders so as to reach SIDCO, on due
     date and time. No tender received after the specified date and time will be
     accepted on any account. The rates will be considered firm for acceptance
     till the validity period (firm period). Tenders not stipulating period of
     firmness and tenders with price variation clause are liable to be rejected.

iii. The tenders will be opened on the appointed day and time in the office of
     the undersigned, in the presence of such of those tenderers or their
     nominees who may be present at that time.

iv. If any tenderer withdraws from his tender before the expiry of the period
    fixed for keepings the rates firm for acceptance, the earnest money if any,
    deposited by him will be forfeited to SIDCO or such action taken against
    him as SIDCO think fit.

 v. The final acceptance of the tenders rests entirely with SIDCO who do not
    bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. But the tenderers on
     their part should be prepared to carry out such portion of the supplies
     included in their tenders as may be allotted to them.

 vi. Communication of acceptance of the tender normally constitutes a
     concluded contract. Nevertheless, the successful tenderer shall also execute
     an agreement for the due fulfillment of the contract within the period to be
     specified in the letter of acceptance. The tenderer shall have to pay all
     stamp duty, lawyer’s charges and other expenses incidental to the execution
     of the agreement.

vii. The successful tenderer shall, before signing the agreement and within the
     period specified in the letter of acceptance of his tender, deposit a sum
     equivalent to 5 per cent of the value of the contract as security by way of
     DD, drawn in favour of Kerala Small Industries Development Corporation
     payable at Trivandrum, or such other forms as the purchaser may
     determine for the satisfactory fulfillment of the contract less the amount of
     earnest money deposited. If the successful tenderer fails to deposit security
     amount as stated above and execute the agreement, the earnest money
     deposited by him will be forfeited and contract arranged elsewhere at the
     defaulter’s risk and any loss incurred by the owner will be recovered from
     the defaulter.


viii. The security deposit shall, subject to the conditions specified herein, be
      returned to the tenderer within three months after the expiration of the
      contract and defects liability period but in the event if any dispute arising
      between SIDCO and tenderer the SIDCO shall be entitled to deduct out of
      the deposit or the balance thereof until such dispute is determined
      regarding the amount of such damages, costs, charges and expenses as may
      be claimed.

 ix. In cases where a successful tenderer, after having made partial supplies fails
     to fulfill the contracts in full, all or any of the materials not supplied may at
     the discretion of SIDCO , be purchased by means of another
     tender/quotation or by negotiation or from next higher tenderer who had
     offered to supply already and the loss , if any, caused to SIDCO shall
     thereby together with such sums as may be fixed by SIDCO towards
     damages be recovered from the defaulting tenderer.


  x. Even in cases where no alternate purchases are arranged for the materials
     not supplied, the proportionate portion of the security deposit based on the
     cost of the materials not supplied at the rate shown in the tender of
     defaulter shall be forfeited and balance alone shall be refunded.

 xi. If the Contractor fails to deliver all or any of the stores or perform the
     service within the time period (s) specified in the Contract , purchaser shall
     without prejudice to its other remedies under the contract deduct from the
     contract price as liquidated damages , a sum equivalent to 0.5% or 1 % of
     the delivered price of the delayed stores or unperformed services for each
     week of delay until actual delivery or performance, upto a maximum
     deduction of 10% of the contract prices of the delayed stores or services.
     Once the maximum is reached, the purchaser may consider termination of
     the contract at the risk and cost of the contractor.

xii. The Security deposit shall, subject to the conditions specified herein, be
     returned to Contractor within three months after the expiration of the
     contract, but in the event of any dispute arising between the SIDCO and
     Contractor, SIDCO shall be entitled to deduct out of the deposits or balance
     thereof, until such dispute is determined the amount of such damages,
     costs, charges and expenses as may be claimed . The same may also be
     deducted from any other sum which may be due at any time from SIDCO to
     the Contractor. In all cases where there are guarantee for the goods supplied
     the security deposit will be release only after the expiry of guarantee period.


xiii. The tenderer shall not assign or make over the contract on the benefits or
      burdens thereof to any other person or body corporate. The tenderer shall
      not underlet or sublet to any person or persons or body corporate the
      execution of the contract or any part thereof without the consent in writing
      of the owner who shall have absolute power to refuse such consent or to
      rescind such consent (if given) at any time if he is not satisfied with the
      manner in which the contract is being executed and no allowance of
      compensation shall be made to the tenderer or the sub-tenderer upon such
      rescission. Provided always that if such consent be given at any time, the
      tenderer shall not be relieved from any obligation, duty or responsibility
      under this contract.

xiv. In case any difference or dispute arises in connection with the contract, all
     legal proceeding relating to the matter shall be instituted in the Courts
     within the jurisdiction of Thiruvananthapuram.

xv. Every notice hereby required or authorized to be given may be either given
    to the tenderer personally or in the address provided by the tenderer or his
    usual or last known place of abode or business and if so addressed and
     posted, shall be deemed to have been served on the tenderer on the date on
     which, in the ordinary course of post, a letter so addressed and posted
     would reach his place abode or business.

xvi. Any attempt on the part of the tenderers or their agents to influence officers
     of SIDCO will disqualify the tenderers.

xvii. The tenderer should send along with his tender an agreement executed and
      signed in Kerala Stamp Paper worth Rs.100 purchased in Kerala state. A
      specimen form of agreement is given in Section F (Form I). Tenders without
      the agreement in stamped paper will be rejected outright.
       SECTION C




SPECIFICATION & QUANTITY


          OF


EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY
                  Machinery,Equipments and Tools

Sl No   Type of Machinery                          Qty


10      Cylindrical Grinding Machine               2


11      CAD/CAM Software                           1


12      Screw compressor                           1


15      Surface Grinding Machine                   1


16      Surface Grinding Machine                   1


17      Tool and Cutter grinder                    1


18      Pedestal Grinder                           2


19      Bench Drilling Machine                     2


20      High Precision bench drilling machine      2


21      Radial Drilling machine                    1


22      Power Press 40 T                           1


23      Power Press 60 MT                          1


24      Fly Press No.6                             1


26      Arc and gas welding-cutting unit           1


28      Rockwell Hardness Testing Machine          1


29      Various Types of Measuring instruments     set


34      Surface Plate                              2
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            SPECIFICATIONS

Asset 10 : Cylindrical Grinding Machine
Asset 11(A) : CAD/CAM Software
Asset 11(B) : Auto CAD 2007 Release
Asset 12 : Screw Compressor(20HP)
Asset 15 : Surface Grinding Machine
Asset 16 : Surface Grinding Machine
Asset 17 : Tool and Cutter grinder
Asset 17(A):Drill Grinder
Asset 18 : Pedestal Grinder
Asset 19 : Bench Drilling Machine
Asset 20 : High Precision bench drilling machine
Asset 21 : Radial Drilling machine
Asset 22 : Power Press 40 T
Asset 23 : Power Press 60 MT
Asset 24 : Fly Press No.6
Asset 26 : Arc and gas welding-cutting unit
                i. Arc Welding Machine,
               ii. Gas Welding and Cutting Machine,
              iii. Tig Welding Machine AC/DC.
Asset 28 : Rockwell Hardness Testing Machine(Digital & Non Digital)
Asset 29 : Various Types of Measuring instruments
Asset 34 : Surface Plate




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Asset No:10 Cylindrical Grinding Machine

Specifications of Universal Cylindrical Grinder

General Description:

This Universal Cylindrical Grinder is meant for external and internal precision
cylindrical grinding of hardened steels. The machine structure shall have
excellent damping characteristics, maximum rigidity, and thermal & chemical
stability. Cross and longitudinal slides shall be of rigidly ribbed construction
with precision guideways to ensure high accuracy.
        Complete external and internal grinding including tapers shall be possible
by the wheel head to ensure absolute concentricity.


1. Basic geometry (nominal)

   1.1.   Swing diameter                : 250mm
   1.2.   Distance between centres            : 800mm
   1.3.   Grinding length               : 800mm

2. Work Head (nominal)

   2.1.   Type                          : Hydrodynamic
   2.2.   Work Spindle Speed            : 600 rpm
   2.3.   Fitting Taper                 : pl specify
   2.4.   Collets clamping              : required
   2.5.   Max. Work piece wt            : pl specify

3. Wheel Head (nominal)

   3.1.   Grinding wheel size           : pl specify
   3.2.   Power                         : 3 kW (min)
   3.3.   Peripheral speed              : 30 m/s
   3.4.   Grinding spindle bearing              : pl specify
   3.5.   Wheel head indexing           : required

4. Guideways

   4.1.   High-precision LM guideways of reputed make (pl specify)




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5. Longitudinal slide (nominal)

   5.1.    Type                   : swivel type
   5.2.    Travel speed           : 100-3500mm/min
   5.3.    Swivel of table        : pl offer all options


6. Cross slide (nominal)

   6.1.    Max. Travel                   : pl specify
   6.2.    Infeed                        : 0.01-6mm/min
   6.3.    Incremental infeed            : 0.001-0.05mm

7. Tailstock

   7.1.    Fitting taper                 : Morse Taper
   7.2.    Quill travel                  : pl specify

8. Internal Grinding Attachment
   8.1.   Spindle size                   : pl quote all options
   8.2.   RPM                            : pl quote all options
   8.3.   Accessories                    : pl quote


9. Accuracy

   9.1.    Straightness                  : 0.005mm/800mm
   9.2.    Roundness                            : 0.001mm

10. Control

   10.1.   Hydraulic control for X & Z axes
   10.2.   Grinding cycles : pl give details

11. Lubrication system

   11.1.   Continuously operating centralised lubrication system

12. Machine Electrics

   12.1.   Operating Voltage      : 440 V, 3-Phase
   12.2.   Frequency              : 50 Hz



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13. Coolant system

      Required. (Please quote with all accessories/options)

14. Other

   14.1.    Mechanical graduation in metric
   14.2.    Coolant guards
   14.3.    Dressing attachment with fitting Morse taper

15. Accessories (optional) (please quote)

   15.1.    Spring collets (please quote all sizes)
   15.2.    Hydraulic draw bar clamping attachment for collets
   15.3.    Three jaw self centering chuck
   15.4.    Four jaw independent chuck
   15.5.    Face plates
   15.6.    Magnetic chucks
   15.7.    Centres for work head & tailstock
   15.8.    Self centering Steady rest
   15.9.    Dressing attachments
   15.10.   Set of Grinding wheels for external grinding
   15.11.   Set of grinding wheels for internal grinding
   15.12.   Grinding wheel adaptors
   15.13.   Balancing attachment for grinding wheels
   15.14.   Machine mounting pads/foundation bolts

16. Spares & documentation

   16.1.    Set of spares for 2000hrs trouble free operation
   16.2.    Air filters of motors
   16.3.    Two sets of instruction manuals
   16.4.    Two sets of machine electrical diagrams
   16.5.    Two sets of machine hydraulic diagrams
   16.6.    Two sets of machine pneumatic diagrams

17. Training

   17.1.  Training on the fundamentals of cylindrical grinding including
        selection of grinding wheels, mounting, balancing, security aspects,
        wheel dressing, cooling, clamping of workpieces, measurement
        techniques, internal grinding etc.
   17.2. Training on the proper usage and maintenance of the machine.


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18. Installation & commissioning

   The machine shall be installed and commissioned at our site by a specialist
   and proven by machining a trial component.

Asset No.11(A) : CAD/CAM Software

      1. Power shape
      2. Power mill
      3. Copy CAD
      4. PS/Electrode
      5. PS- Mould maker
Asset No.11(B): Auto CAD 2007 release

Asset No.12 : Screw Compressor (20HP)


Specification of Screw Compressor
Type: Compact type with compressor, dryer and receiver mounted as a single
unit for easy portability and to reduce floor space requirements.
Compressor
                                                Single stage rotary screw element
Type                                        :
                                               type
Max. Working pressure                       : 7.5 bars
Air Delivery                                : 100CFM
Suction Air Filter                          : required (pl.specify type)
Silencer                                    : required
Air/Oil temperature control                 : required
Air-oil receiver tank                       : required
Pressure cut off valve                      : required
safety valve                                : required
Air -oil separator                          : required (pl.give details)
Oil cooler                                  : required

Control panel
The unit shall be controlled by a control system with pressure switch, timer,
solenoid valves, etc. for load/ unload regulation and to shut down compressor
when no air is needed.
Discharge pressure indicator                 required
Emergency stop                               required
Special features


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Compressor package to be enclosed in an acoustic shield with sound absorbing
material for limiting the noise level
Electric motor and compressor to be mounted on anti-vibration pads
Air Drier
Type                                      : Refrigerated Air Drier
Pressure Dew point                        : 3o C
Refrigerant                               : R134A
Dew point Indicator                       : required
Air receiver
Capacity                                  : 1000 Liters
Safety valve                              : required
Working pressure                          : 7.5 bars
Air Filter: Airmatic/ equivalent type air filter with pressure indicator to deliver
clean and oil free air.
Installation and commissioning
The unit is to be installed and commissioned at our site. Commissioning should
include supply and erection of steel pipes, valves and fittings to deliver clean
and dry air to sensitive industrial equipments.

Note:
Pipe laying charges to e quoted including one outlet with valve. Actual distance
and layout for pipe laying shall be intimated at the time of order placement.


Asset No:15 Surface Grinding Machine

Specification-
Length X width(max)- 1000 X 250 ( in mm)
General Description:

This Surface Grinder is meant for precision surface grinding of hardened steels.
The machine structure shall have excellent damping characteristics, maximum
rigidity, and thermal & chemical stability. Cross and longitudinal slides shall be
of rigidly ribbed construction with precision guide ways to ensure high accuracy.

   1. Machining Range (nominal)

          1.1 Maximum Grinding LengthxWidth      : 500x250 mm
          1.2 Table to spindle centre     : 400mm
          1.3 Working Surface             : 500x250 mm
          1.4 Weight carrying capacity           : 200Kg.




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2. Table Movement (nominal)

Maximum longitudinal movement : 550mm
Maximum cross movement : 280mm
Table size                    : 250x500mm


3. Grinding wheel (nominal)

Spindle Motor                  : 2HP
Speed                          : 3000 rpm

4. Guideways

High-precision LM guideways of reputed make (pl specify)

5. Longitudinal slide (nominal)

Travel speed            : 15M/min
Swivel of table : pl offer all options

6. Cross slide (nominal)

Max. Travel                    : pl specify
In feed                        : 0.01-6mm/min
Incremental in feed            : 0.001-0.05mm

7. Surface Grinding Attachment
Spindle size                : pl quote all options
RPM                         : pl quote all options
Accessories                 : pl quote

8. Accuracy
Straightness                   : 0.005mm/800mm


9. Control

Grinding cycles : pl give details

10. Lubrication system

Continuously operating centralised lubrication system


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   11. Machine Electrics

   Operating Voltage       : 440 V, 3-Phase
   Frequency               : 50 Hz

   12. Coolant system

   Required. (Please quote with all accessories/options)



   13. Other

   Mechanical graduation in metric
   Coolant guards
   Dressing attachment with fitting Morse taper

   14. Accessories (optional) (please quote)

   Dressing attachments
   Set of Grinding wheels for Surface grinding
   Grinding wheel adaptors
   Balancing attachment for grinding wheels
   Machine mounting pads/foundation bolts

   15. Spares & documentation

   Set of spares for 2000hrs trouble free operation
   Air filters of motors
   Two sets of instruction manuals
   Two sets of machine electrical diagrams
   Two sets of machine hydraulic diagrams
   Two sets of machine pneumatic diagrams

   16. Training

   Training on the fundamentals of Surface grinding including selection of
grinding wheels, mounting, balancing, security aspects, wheel dressing, cooling,
clamping of workpieces, measurement techniques etc.

   Training on the proper usage and maintenance of the machine.


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   17. Installation & commissioning

      The machine shall be installed and commissioned at our site by a
   specialist and proven by machining a trial component.

Asset No:16 Surface Grinding Machine

Table size 150mm X 400mm

General Description:

This Surface Grinder is meant for precision surface grinding of hardened steels.
The machine structure shall have excellent damping characteristics, maximum
rigidity, and thermal & chemical stability. Cross and longitudinal slides shall be
of rigidly ribbed construction with precision guide ways to ensure high accuracy.


   1. Machining Range (nominal)

   Maximum Grinding LengthxWidth : 500x250 mm
   Table to spindle centre  : 400mm
   Working Surface                : 500x250 mm
   Weight carrying capacity       : 200Kg.

   2. Table Movement (nominal)

   Maximum longitudinal movement         : 550mm
   Maximum cross movement                : 280mm
   Table size                            : 250x500mm

   3. Grinding wheel (nominal)

   Spindle Motor                  : 2HP
   Speed                          : 3000 rpm

   4. Guideways

   High-precision LM guideways of reputed make (pl specify)

   5. Longitudinal slide (nominal)

   Travel speed            : 15M/min


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Swivel of table : pl offer all options

6. Cross slide (nominal)

Max. Travel                    : pl specify
In feed                        : 0.01-6mm/min
Incremental in feed            : 0.001-0.05mm


7. Surface Grinding Attachment
Spindle size                : pl quote all options
RPM                         : pl quote all options
Accessories                 : pl quote


8. Accuracy
Straightness                   : 0.005mm/800mm


9. Control

Grinding cycles : pl give details


10. Lubrication system

Continuously operating centralised lubrication system


11. Machine Electrics

Operating Voltage        : 440 V, 3-Phase
Frequency                : 50 Hz

12. Coolant system

 Required. (Please quote with all accessories/options)



13. Other

Mechanical graduation in metric


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   Coolant guards
   Dressing attachment with fitting Morse taper


   14. Accessories (optional) (please quote)

   Dressing attachments
   Set of Grinding wheels for Surface grinding
   Grinding wheel adaptors
   Balancing attachment for grinding wheels
   Machine mounting pads/foundation bolts

   15. Spares & documentation

   Set of spares for 2000hrs trouble free operation
   Air filters of motors
   Two sets of instruction manuals
   Two sets of machine electrical diagrams
   Two sets of machine hydraulic diagrams
   Two sets of machine pneumatic diagrams

   16. Training

   Training on the fundamentals of Surface grinding including selection of
grinding wheels, mounting, balancing, security aspects, wheel dressing, cooling,
clamping of workpieces, measurement techniques etc.

   Training on the proper usage and maintenance of the machine.

   17. Installation & commissioning

    The machine shall be installed and commissioned at our site by a specialist
   and proven by machining a trial component.




Asset No.17 : Tool & Cutter Grinder




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1      Specifications of Tool&Cutter Grinder Specification

General Description:

  This machine is meant for sharpening milling cutters and tool bits and other
cutting tools. It is capable of grinding operations: surface, cylindrical, or complex
shapes. The machine structure shall have excellent damping characteristics,
maximum rigidity, and thermal & chemical stability.


10.Machine Electrics

10.1     Operating Voltage      : 440 V, 3-Phase

1      Swing over table (Dia)                            : 350 mm
2      Maximum distance between centres                  : 500 mm
3      Table longitudinal traverse                       : 610 mm
4      Table Cross traverse                              : 255 mm
5      Table Dimensions                                  : 1015x156 mm
6      Centre of wheel above table                       : 350 mm
7      Table Swivel                                      : 90o
8      Head Swivel                                       : 360o
9      Grinding Spindle Speed                            : 2800 rpm
10.2     Frequency              : 50 Hz


11.Accessories (optional) (please quote)

 List of standard accessories like Dividing Head, Tail stock, Omniversal vice,
chuck, collet, etc. to be supplied with the offer, along with details of each item
Cost of each item to be supplied separately




12.Spares & documentation

12.1     Set of spares for 2000hrs trouble free operation
12.2     Two sets of Instruction/ Service manual manuals


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12.3    Foundation drawing is to be submitted by supplier

13.Training

13.1 Training on the proper usage and maintenance of the
   machine.

14.Installation & commissioning

14.1 The machine shall be installed and commissioned at our site by a specialist
and proven by machining a trial component.

Asset No.17 (A): Drill Grinder

5mm to 25m capacity with necessary collets.

Optional accessories should be quoted extra


Asset No:18 : Pedestal Grinder

Complete with grinding wheel 250mm dia X 25mm thick(one fine and one
coarse)
At each end,1 HP 3Phase 3000rpm electric motor fitted with eye shield, starter,
wheel guard and standard tool rest plate.

Optional accessories should be quoted extra


Asset No.19 : Bench Drilling Machine

Please mention the range of spindle speeds(rpm)

   1.   Drilling capacity in steel 20mm.
   2.   Gear drive with electricals
   3.   Drill chuck with key and drill sleeve
   4.   Base working surface-350 X 350mm(minimum)

Optional accessories should be quoted extra

Asset No.20 : High Precision bench Drilling Machine

Please mention the range of spindle speeds(rpm)


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   1.   Drilling capacity in steel- 13mm
   2.   Gear drive with electricals
   3.   Drill chuck with key and drill sleeve
   4.   Base working surface-150 X 200mm(minimum)

Optional accessories should be quoted extra

Asset No.21 : Radial Drilling machine

General Description:

  Radial Drilling Machine shall be required to drill, core drill, ream and counter
bore holes of different sizes up to 50 mm diameter on different components. The
machine shall be suitable for drilling in components of Ferrous and non-ferrous
metals like Carbon Steel, alloy steel, cast steel, cast iron, Bronze, Copper,
Aluminum and similar other materials. The machine structure shall have
excellent damping characteristics, maximum rigidity, and thermal & chemical
stability.


1.Drilling range

1.1 Drilling Capacity (in steel)   : 50mm
1.2 Drilling Depth                : 225mm
1.3 Distance base Plate to Spindle : 400-1300mm
1.4 Working Surface of Base Plate : 915x660mm




2.Spindle

2.1 Taper Spindle Nose Socket : M.T.5
2.2 No. of Spindle Speeds      :9
2.3 RPM of the Spindle        : 40-790
2.4 No. of Spindle Feeds       :3
2.5 Range of Spindle Feeds     : 0.05- 1.25mm/rev

3.Radial Arm

3.1 Drill Power               : 3HP
3.2 Drilling radius Max.      : 1100mm


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3.4 Drilling radius Min.      : 450mm
3.5 Drilling Head traverse      : 900mm
3.6 Arm Elevating Motor     : 2HP
3.7 Standing Box Table (mm)    : 550x400x400

4.Machine Electrics

4.1   Operating Voltage       : 440 V, 3-Phase
4.2   Frequency               : 50 Hz

5.Accessories (optional) (please quote)

 List of standard accessories to be supplied with the offer, along with details of
each item Cost of each item to be supplied separately

5.1 Box Table 1000 mm X 750 mm X 500 mm having T-slots on each
    clamping face
5.2 Coolant supply equipment with pump and motor
5.3 Set of Reduction Sleeves MT-6/ MT-5, MT-6/ MT-4, MT-6/ MT-3, MT-6/
MT-2 & MT-6/ MT-1(Qty. 1 of each)
5.4 Foundation Bolts/ Anchoring material required for fixing of machine on the
foundation
5.6 Face plates

6.Spares & documentation

6.1    Set of spares for 2000hrs trouble free operation
6.2    Two sets of Instruction/ Service manual manuals
6.3    Foundation drawing is to be submitted by supplier

7.Training

7.1 Training on the proper usage and maintenance of the machine.

8.Installation & commissioning

8.1 The machine shall be installed and commissioned at our site by a specialist
and proven by machining a trial component.
Optional accessories should be quoted extra

Asset No.22 : Power press 40T
Heavy duty cross shaft ‘C’ frame, non inclinable steel fabricated, geared
motorized power press with pneumatic clutch with fixed stroke .


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Machine should be supplied with shear plate for overload safety, electricals, shot
lubrication device and knockout bar(mechanical)

Accessories
   1. Pneumatic die cushion
   2. Auto safety guards
   3. Variable stroke
   4. AC Variable speed drive

Optional accessories should be quoted extra


Asset No.23 : Power press 60MT

Heavy duty cross shaft ‘C’ frame, non inclinable steel fabricated, geared
motorized power press with pneumatic clutch with fixed stroke .
Machine should be supplied with hydraulic overload safety system, electricals,
shot lubrication device and knockout bar(mechanical)

Accessories

   1.   Pneumatic die cushion
   2.   Auto safety guards
   3.   Variable stroke
   4.   AC Variable speed drive

Optional accessories should be quoted extra


Asset No.24 : Fly press No.6

Single Body/Double Body-Tool Room Grade


Asset No.26 : Arc Welding Machine,
             Gas Welding and Cutting Machine,
            Tig Welding Machine AC/DC.


Asset no.28 : Rockwell Hardness testing machine(Digital & Non Digital)


Asset No.29 : Measuring Instruments


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1. Vernier Caliper- Mititoyo make
   0-150mm, Vernier reading 0.02mm
   Accuracy (+/-) 0.02mm
   Quantity-25 Nos

2. Vernier Caliper- Mititoyo make, Digimatic
   0-8” (0-200mm), Resolution 0.0005”/0.01mm,
   Accuracy (+/-) 0.0015”
   Quantity-3 Nos

3. Vernier Caliper- Mititoyo make,
   Range 0-150mm
   Dial reading graduation 0.02mm,
   Dial reading range/rev 2mm, Accuracy (+/-) 0.03mm
   Quantity-2Nos

 4. Vernier depth gauge-Mititoyo make,
     Range 0-150mm
    Accuracy(+/-) 0.05mm
    Quantity- 2 Nos

5.   Vernier depth gauge-Mititoyo make,
     Range 0-200mm
     Accuracy(+/-) 0.05mm
     Quantity- 2 Nos

6.   Vernier Height Gauge
     Range 0-300mm,
     With adjustable main scale,
     Vernier reading left scale with magnifying glass 0.02mm
     Accuracy(+/-) 0.04mm
     Quantity- 2 Nos

7.   Digimatic Height Gauge- Mititoyo make,
     Range 0-300mm
     Resolution 0.01mm, Accuracy(+/-) 0.02mm
     Quantity 1 No

8.   Outside Micrometre-Mititoyo make,
     Range 0-25mm
     Graduation 0.01mm, Accuracy(+/-) 2 microns
     Quantity-20 Nos


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9.    Outside Micrometre-Mititoyo make,
       Range 25-50mm
       Graduation 0.01mm, Accuracy(+/-) 2 microns
       Quantity-10 Nos

10.    Outside Micrometre-Mititoyo make,
       Range 50-75mm
       Graduation 0.01mm, Accuracy(+/-) 2 microns
       Quantity-5 Nos

11.    Outside Micrometre-Mititoyo make,
       Range 75-100mm
       Graduation 0.01mm, Accuracy(+/-) 3 microns
       Quantity-2 Nos

12.    Outside Micrometre-Mititoyo make,
       Range 100-125mm
       Graduation 0.01mm, Accuracy(+/-) 3 microns
       Quantity-2 Nos

13.   Outside Micrometre-Mititoyo make,
      Range 125-150mm
      Graduation 0.01mm, Accuracy(+/-) 3 microns
      Quantity-2 Nos

14.    Internal Micrometre-Mititoyo make 3point,
       Set Range 12 -20mm (individual range 12-16 and 16-20mm) with setting ring
       dia.
       16mm and extension rod
       Quantity- 2Nos

15.    Internal Micrometre-Mititoyo make 3point,
       Set Range 20-50mm (individual range 20-25,25-30,30-40 and 40-50mm) with
       setting ring dia. 25mm and 40mm and extension rod
       Quantity- 2Nos



16.    Internal Micrometre-Mititoyo make 3point,
       Set Range 50-100mm (individual range 50-63,62-75,75-88 and 87-100mm)
       with setting ring dia 62mm and 87mm and extension rod.
       Quantity- 1No


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17.   Internal Micrometre-Mititoyo make 3point,
      Set Range 100-200mm (individual range 100-125,125-150,150-175 and
      175-200mm) with setting ring dia 125mm and 175mm and extension rod.
      Quantity- 1No


18.   Dial indicators and magnetic stand- Mititoyo make
      Range- 1mm, Graduation 0.01mm, Dial reading 0-50-0,
      Accuracy 10microns
      Quantity- 10Nos

19.   Digimatic indicator- Mititoyo make
      Range 0.5” / 12.7mm, Resolution 0.0005”/0.01mm
      Accuracy (+/-) 0.0008”
      Quantity-2 Nos

20.   Mititoyo make magnetic stand
      Quantity 5Nos

21.   Mititoyo make Magnetic flexi stand
      Quantity 5Nos

22.   Mititoyo make Gauge Block set
      Metric rectangular steel gauge block set contains 1.005(1 pc),
      Step off 0.01- 1.01 to 1.49(49 pc), Step Off 0.5-0.5 to 24.5(49pc) and
       Step Off 25-25 to 100(4pc)
      Total 103pcs, Grade ‘0’
      Quantity 4 Nos

23. Digimatic universal protractor- Mititoyo make
    Blade length 12”, Measuring range (-) 360 degrees to (+) 360 degrees,
    Resolution 1’(0.01 degree), Tolerance (+/-) 2” (+/- 0.03degree)
    Repeatability 1’, IP level 40 Response speed-3rps
    Quantity 2Nos

24.   Magnetic V-block-Mititoyo/BlackHawk make
      Magnetic Hard V-block size 100 X 75 X 95 mm(set of 2Nos)
      Quantity 10pairs

25. Parallel block
    Steel parallel block size 250 X 25 X 50 mm(set of 2 Nos)
    Quantity 20pairs


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26. Internal micrometer dial type
    10-25mm, 25-50mm,50-75mm,75-100mm,100-125mm,125-150mm
    Accuracy 0.01mm
    Quantity 2 Nos

27.     Internal micrometer digital type
        10-25mm, 25-50mm,50-75mm,75-100mm,100-125mm,125-150mm
        Accuracy 0.01mm
        Quantity 2 Nos




Asset No. 34 : Surface Plate

Granite surface plate, Grade ‘0’ as per IS7327-2003, size 2000 X 2000 X 250mm
with stand and adjustable leveling screws, flatness accuracy- 11 microns or less.




      SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS TO BE COMPLIED BY THE TENDERERS

      1) The complete postal address, telephone/fax Nos, contact person, e-mail id
         of original manufacturer of the equipment shall be mentioned.


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2) The tenderer should have requisite facilities for manufacture and testing
    as per international standards.
3) The tenderer should have manufactured and supplied similar/identical
    machines during the last 5 years in India.
4) The reference list of organizations in India with postal address, phone/fax
    no, contact person to whom similar machines have been supplied by
    tenderer and performance certificate issued from few reputed users shall
    be furnished with the tenderer.
5) The tenderer should have full-fledged technical service team for the
    machine with essential spares in India, preferably in south India and shall
    furnish its full address, telephone/fax nos, name of contact person.
6) Service support and application support shall be provided by you/ your
    agent during warrantee/post warrantee period.
7) The machine shall conform to the geometrical, positional & other
    accuracies when tested as per relevant international standard/VDI/DGQ
    3441.
8) You shall submit copy of test certificate of a similar machine supplied
    recently to India with values & reference standards.
9) Tests shall be carried out on a typical sample job to prove the performance
    of the machine functions after installations at our site.
10) The machine shall be calibrated after installation at our site wherever
    applicable.
11) The machine shall be subjected to inspection by us as per relevant
    international standards.
12) The machine and accessories shall be guaranteed for satisfactory
    performance for a period of 18 months from the date of commissioning or
    24 months from the date of dispatch. During he period of guarantee, if any
    defect is noticed, the supplier shall rectify the defect to our satisfaction or
    replace the equipment free cost within a very short time.
13) The tender must be prepared, signed and sealed by the authorized
    signatory of the original machine manufacturer only.
14) The tenderer shall submit their AMC for 4 years after the warrantee
    period.
15) The tenderer shall give categorical confirmation for supply of spares for
    the machines and its accessories for a period of 10 years after the
    warrantee period.
16) The tenderer shall quote for standard, essential & optional accessories
    separately. The standard & essential accessories shall be a part of the main
    offer.
17) All commissioning spares, minimum essential spares, and consumables
    shall be supplied along with the machine shall be listed out in the tender.
18) Three sets of following documents shall be supplied along with the
    machine:-


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      i)       Operation & maintenance manual with detailed drawing
               including trouble-shooting procedure
        ii)    Spare parts catalogue with details, drawings and prices.
        iii)   Complete electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic control diagrams
               with full details including circuit, wring diagram, schematic
               diagrams up to the subassembly level minimum.
        iv)    Lubrication charts with details of lubricants, grease, oils,
               coolants including their specification, source, periodicity of
               change shall be communicated. Lube oil shall be of 180/ VG
               classification.
        v)     Description of preventive maintenance in the form of charts &
               other documents, safety precautions, etc shall be provided.
19) The tenderer should furnish he following along with his tender:-
        i)     Schematics for the electrical systems to the subassembly level.
        ii)    Schematics for the hydraulic, pneumatic & other systems to the
               subassembly level
        iii)   Details of utilities.
        iv)    List consumables, consumption rate & shelf of the consumable
               items.
        v)     Technical leaflets, writer up, overall drawings of the machines
               shall be furnished along with the tender.
        vi)    All details/ drawings on foundation, weight, floor space,
               power, water & compressed air requirements for the machine
               shall be indicated in the tender. The required rate of flow/
               consumption of water & air shall be mentioned.
20) Comprehensive training to Engineers and operators for sufficiently long
    time at manufacturer’s works for programming, operations and
    maintenance of the machine shall be provided free cost.
21) Installation, commissioning and training have to be carried out by your
    trained personnel at our site.
22) The control system shall be interfaced with our Pentium/ MS Windows
    based computer thro RS232/ Ethernet and communication demonstrated.
23) Manufacturer’s own inspection & test certificate showing all parameters
    as per relevant standard shall be submitted while calling our inspection
    agency for pre-despatch inspection.
24) The tender should be accompanied by authenticated documents to prove
    the accuracy class of the machine without which the tender may be
    rejected.
25) Our normal electrical supply is 3 phase415+/-10% V50 HZ. Your machine
    shall be able to accept it directly or thro stabilizer.




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                     SECTION D

FORMAT FOR SUBMISSION OF PART-I (TECHNO - COMMERCIAL)




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                             PART-1(Techno-Commercial)
  Tender No
    Last date for receipt
                                           On…………..
    Due date for opening                   On……………..

  Tenderer’s Offer No.
  Date.


 From
     ………………………………………………………………
     ………………………………………………………………..
      …………………………………………………………………
      …………………………………………………………………
To

      The Managing Director
      SIDCO Tool Room Cum& Training Centre


Dear Sir,

I/We hereby tender to supply , under the annexed         general conditions of
contract; the whole of the articles referred to and described in the attached
specification and schedule, or any portion thereof, as may be decided by SIDCO,
at the rates quoted against each item. The articles will be delivered within the
time and at the places specified in the schedule.
I/We am/are remitting/ have separately remitted the required amount of
Rs……………………. as earnest money.
   1) I/We hereby agree to the stores conforming to the tender specifications
      incorporated in Section ‘C’ of the tender document and also agree to
      abide by the Tendering conditions in Section ‘A’ and General Conditions
      of all Contract contained in Section ‘B’ of the Tender document. The
      original document is submitted herewith duly signed and sealed in all
      pages.




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   2) You will be at liberty to accept any one more of the items of stores offered
      by us and I/We shall be bound to supply you the stores as may be
      specified in the Purchase Order/ Contract.

   3)    I/We hereby agree to keep the price valid for you acceptance initially for
        a period of 120 days from the date of opening of Part- I (techno-
        commercial) of the tender.

   4) 4. Deviations to technical specifications contained in Section ‘C’ of the
      tender documents are detailed in annexure- X to the tender form while
      deviations proposed to the General /Special Conditions of Contract are
      detailed in Annexure- Y to this tender. Price applicable for the stores are
      indicated separately in a sealed envelope marked as Part –II (Price) of the
      tender.

   5)    I/We are also enclosing all the leaflets/catalogue, reference documents
        etc. pertaining to the stores offered.

                                         Yours faithfully
                                         Signature…………………………………..
                                         Name……………………………………….
                                         Designation………………………………
                                         …
                                         (Authorized Signatory of the Tenderer)


                                         Seal


Encl:




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                            SECTION E

FORMAT FOR SUBMISSION OF PART II (PRICE) OF THE TENDER


                            CONTENTS


    Sl.No    Form No                       Details
1           1          Tender Form Part- II Price
2           1          Price Schedule for Annual Maintenance and
                       Repair after Warranty period




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                                   FORM – I
                                  SECTION E

     FORMAT FOR SUBMISSION OF PART – II (PRICE) OF THE TENDER


PART –II
Tender No.
Last date for receipt                     On……………………


Tenderer’s Offer No.
Date.

From
       ………………………………………………
       ……………………………………………….
       ………………………………………………..
To
       The Director
       SIDCO Tool Room cum Training Centre.

Dear Sir,

       In response to your invitation to the tender and as per your tendering and
       contracting conditions, the prices applicable for the scope of supply
       contained in Part-I (Techno Commercial) of our tender are indicated in he
       format at Form- I (A), Form –I (B) and Form- II attached to this tender.

       We hereby agree to keep the price valid initially for your acceptance for a
       period of 120 days from the date of actual opening of Part- I (techno –
       commercial ) of the tender.

                                               Yours faithfully
                                         Signature…………………………………..
                                         Name……………………………………….
                                         Designation………………………………
                                         …
                                         (Authorized Signatory of the Tenderer)

Seal



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                            FORM- I (A)
      PRICE SCHEDULE FOR DOMESTIC GOODS OF FOREIGN ORIGIN
                      LOCATED WITHIN INDIA

1        2              3         4           5      6             7           8
SL.      Name and       Countr    Quantit     Unit   Unit Price    Excise Duty Total
No       Description    y of      y&          Pric   for           sales taxes Amount
         of             origin    Unit        e      delivery at   & other
         Equipments                                  Olavanna,     taxes
                                                     Calicut       payable
                                                                   extra in
                                                                   percentage
                                                                   & in
                                                                   amount




Total bid price in Rs. (Figures)……………………………..
Total bid price in words…………………………………….

Place:
Date:
Seal                   Signature……………………………………………………
                       Name………………………………………………………..
                       Designation………………………………………………..
                       Business address…………………………………………..

Note: a) In case discrepancy between unit price and total price the unit price
          shall prevail.
      b) Charges of annual maintenance for 4 years after Warranty should be
          quoted separately in the price schedule.
      c) Where space is insufficient use additional sheets.
Date:




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                         Form- II
 PRICE SCHEDULE FOR ANNUAL MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR COST
    AFTER WARRANTY PERIOD (Common to tenders of all Groups)


Sl.      Name and                                            Maintenance charges
No       Item               Qty    Annual Maintenance        for 4 years
         Description               & Repair cost for each
                                   unit
                                   Indian                    Indian
                                   Rupees                    Rupees


Place:
Date:
                              Signature of tenderer……………………………

                              Name………………………………………………………
                              Designation………………………………………………..

Seal                          Business address………………………………………
                              ……………………………………………………………
                              ……………………………………………………………


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

         b) Where space is insufficient use additional sheets.




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                            SECTION F
                 FORMAT FORMING PART OF THE TENDER
                            CONTENTS

    Sl.No         Form No.                          Details
1           I                   Agreement to be executed on Rs.100 stamp
                                paper
2           II                  Format of Agreement to be executed with
                                Successful tenderer
3           III                 Manufacturer’s Authorization Form




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                                     FORM-I

                                   AGREEMENT
           (To be executed in Kerala stamp paper of value Rs.100)
   Form for Articles of Agreement signed and furnished along with techno
                              commercial bid

ARTICLES          OF      AGREEMENT                executed      on       this       the
……………………………………………between                              the     Governor    of      Kerala
(hereinafter referred to as “the SIDCO”) of the one part and Sri.
……………………… Assistant General Manager, IT&TC Division, Kerala SIDCO
Ltd, Housing Board Building, Santhinagar, Thiruvanathapuram 695 001, (H.E.
name and address of the tenderer) hereinafter referred to as ‘the bounden”) of
the other part.


Whereas in response to the notification No. …………………………….. the
bounden       has      submitted     to      the      SIDCO       a      tender      for
………………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………… SIDCO of Kerala specified therein subject to the terms
and conditions contained in the said tender;

Whereas the bounden has also deposited with the SIDCO a sum of Rs.…………..
as Earnest Money Deposit for execution of an agreement undertaking the due
fulfillment of the contract in case his tender is accepted by the SIDCO.

Now these presents witness and it is hereby mutually agreed as follows:


1. In case the tender submitted by the bounden is accepted by the SIDCO and the
Contract...........................................……………………………………………..
………………………………………………………..is awarded to the bounden, the
bounden shall within ……… days of acceptance of his tender execute an




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agreement with the SIDCO incorporating all the terms and conditions under
which the SIDCO accepts his tender.



2. In case the bounden fails to execute the agreement as aforesaid incorporating
the terms and conditions governing the contract the SIDCO shall have power
and authority to recover from the bounden any loss or damage caused to SIDCO
by such breach as may be determined by the SIDCO by appropriating the
Earnest Money Deposit deposited by the bounden and if the Earnest Money is
found to be inadequate the deficit amount may be recovered from the bounden
and his properties movable and immovable in the manner hereinafter contained.



3. All sums found due to the SIDCO under or by virtue of this agreement shall be
recoverable from the bounden and his properties movable and immovable under
the provisions of the Revenue Recovery Act for the time being in force as though
such sums are arrears of land revenue and in such other manner as the SIDCO
may deem fit.



In witness whereof Shri…………………………(H.E. name and designation) for
and on behalf of the ……………………………………………………………,
Assistant General Manager the bounden have hereunto set their hands the day
and year shown against their respective signatures.


Signed by Shri…………………………….. ……………………(date)…………..


In the presence of witnesses:


1. …………………………………




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2. ………………………………….


Signed by Shri……………………………………………..(date)…………………….


In the presence of witnesses:


1.……………………………………


2.……………………………………




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                                      FORM-II

 FORMAT OF AGREEMENT TO BE EXECUTED BY KERALA SIDCO AND
   THE SUCCESSFUL TENDERER AFTER THE COMMUNICATION OF
                   ACCEPTENCE OF TENDER


AGREEMENT                               executed…………………………………day

of……….between…………………………………………………………(hereinafter

called “the Contractor”) and Kerala Small Industries Development Corporation

Ltd (hereinafter called “SIDCO”).



WHEREAS the Contractor has tendered for the supply of articles for the use of

SIDCO as per tender Notification No…………….dated…………………which

tender notification shall form part of this Agreement as if incorporated herein.

“And WHEREAS SIDCO has been pleased to accept the offer subject to the

conditions         stipulated          in         the         Supply          Order

No………………..dated…………………(Which shall form part of this agreement

as if incorporated herein) in respect of the articles mentioned therein.”

AND WHEREAS the contractor has as security of the due fulfillment of his

obligations     under      this      deed      deposited      an     amount        of

Rs…………………being………..per cent of the estimated value of the contract as

DD in favour of Kerala SIDCO.

NOW THESE PRESENTS WITNESS AS FOLLOWS




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1. (a)In cases where along with the tender samples have been forwarded to

   SIDCO and the samples approved, the Contractor agrees to supply the

   materials according to the approved sample. In other cases the Contractor

   agrees to forward samples to SIDCO for approval if so required and then

   to supply materials according to such approved samples. When the

   samples are nor required, the Contractor agrees to supply according to

   standard specifications.   Samples forwarded by the Contractor to the

   SIDCO will not be paid for and shall be the property of SIDCO but SIDCO

   are at liberty to return them to the Contractor on the completion of his

   contract or to pay for them at agreed rates if they so choose. All samples

   must be clearly labeled showing to what particular items tendered for

   they relate and they should be of sufficient size and quantity to enable

   SIDCO to see if the supplies made are according to the approved samples.

   (b)   The Contractor hereby declares that the goods sold to the buyer

    under this contract shall be of the best quality and workmanship and

    shall be strictly in accordance with the specifications and particulars

    contained in the copy of the order attached herewith and the contractor

    hereby guarantees that the said goods would continue to conform to the

    description and quality aforesaid for a period of…………………days/

    months from the date of delivery of the said good to SIDCO and that

    not with standing the fact SIDCO may have inspected and/or approved

    the said goods if during the aforesaid period of………..days/months the


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    said goods be discovered not to conform to the description and quality

    aforesaid or have deteriorated (and the decision of SIDCO in that behalf

    will be final and conclusive) SIDCO will be entitled to reject the said

    goods or such portion thereof as may be discovered not to conform to

    the said description and quality. On such rejection the goods will be at

    the contractor’s risk and all the provision herein contained relating to

    rejection of goods, etc., shall apply. The Contractor shall if so called

    upon to do, replace the goods, etc., or such portion thereof as is rejected

    by SIDCO. Otherwise the Contractor shall pay to SIDCO such damages

    as may arise by reason of the breach of the condition herein contained.

    Nothing herein contained shall prejudice any other right of SIDCO in

    that behalf under this contact or otherwise.



2. Requests for enhancement of rates once accepted will not be considered

   except where SIDCO have prior to the actual supplies, expressly agreed in

   writing for any price variation under specified circumstances, Conditions

   of sale or other special terms and conditions, if any, printed on the

   quotation sheets of the Contractor or attached with the contractor’s tender

   or any other letter or paper from the Contractor will not govern this

   contract nor bind SIDCO in any manner whatever unless such terms have

   been expressly accepted by SIDCO in writing.




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3. The articles and quantities to be supplied are shown in the copy of

     the…………………………………………………………………………………

     ….Supply order attached here with. The contractor agrees to supply the

     quantities of the articles shown in the order at the rate tendered by him for

     each articles within the time fixed.

4.   In the case of goods delivered by shipment, the Contractor, shall where

     the expected tonnage of good is more than 200 tons, deliver the goods

     through the Trivandrum port if so required by SIDCO.

5. The contractor agrees that time is the essence of this contract.

6. (a) If the Contractor defaults in the supply of all or any of the articles

     correctly and promptly as above SIDCO are at liberty to procure the same

     from elsewhere without canceling the contract as whole. If SIDCO incur,

     in thus procuring such materials a higher cost than the agreed rate such

     excess cost may be deducted by SIDCO from the contractor’s bill or

     adjusted or otherwise realized from his security deposit or recovered from

     him by other means. The contractor agrees that he shall not be entitled to

     claim the excess, if any of the tendered rate over such cost to SIDCO.

     (b) If the Contractor fails deliver all or any of the stores or perform the

     service within the time/period (s) specified in the contract, the purchaser

     shall without prejudice to its other remedies under the contract, deduct

     from the contract price as liquidated damages, a sum equivalent to 5% or

     1% of the delivered price of the delayed stores or unperformed services


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      for each week of delay until actual delivery or performance, up to a

      maximum deduction of 10% of the contract prices of the delayed stores or

      services. Once the maximum is reached, the purchaser may consider

      termination of the contract at the risk and cost of the contractor.

7     (a) All payments of the Contractor for supplies effected satisfactorily will

      be made after scrutiny of his bills.

    (i)      by departmental cheques payable at the Government Treasuries.

    (ii)     Or by cheques or drafts on the Reserve Bank of India, State Bank of

             India and State Bank of Travancore (at any of their principal

             branches in India)

    (iii)    Or in the case of supplies from a broad by drafts or otherwise as may

             be agreed to.

            (b)   The firms will produce stamped pre-receipted invoices in all

                  cases where payments (advance/ Final) for release of railway

                  receipts/ Shipping documents are made through Banks. In

                  exceptional cases where the stamped receipts of the firms are

                  not received for the payments (in advance) the unstamped

                  receipt of the bank (I e. counterfoils of pay-in- slips issued by

                  the Bank) alone may be accepted as a valid proof for the

                  payment made.




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8. All incidental expenses incurred by SIDCO for making payment

   outside the District in which the claim arises shall be borne by the

   contractor.

9. The Contractor shall not assign or make over in part or wholly the

   contract or the benefits or burdens thereof. The contractor shall nor

   underlet or sublet the execution of the contract or any part thereof

   without the consent to refuse such consent or rescind such consent

   (if given) at any time. The contractor shall not be relieved from his

   obligation, duty or responsibility under this contract even if

   consent to let or sublet is given by SIDCO.

10. NOTWITSTANDING the provisions contained in clause 5, SIDCO

   shall have the right to cancel the contract for any default on the part

   of the contractor in due performance thereof.

11. It shall be lawful for SIDCO from and out of any moneys for the

   time being payable or due to the Contractor from SIDCO under this

   contract or otherwise to set off any loss or expense, cost or damages

   sustained or incurred by SIDCO by reason of the cancellation of the

   contract.

12. The security deposit shall subjects to the conditions specified

   herein be returned to the contractor within three months after the

   expiration of the contract. In all cases where there are guarantee for




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   the goods supplied the security deposit will be sent by prepaid

   post to his address as mentioned in this deed.

13. The contractor agrees that any communications addressed to him

   may be handed over to him or his agent personally or left at his

   residence or place of business or may be sent by prepaid post to his

   address as mentioned in this deed.

14. In case the supply of articles involves erection of machinery the

   contractor agrees that the machinery will be erected within the time

   and at the place specified by SIDCO in that behalf. It shall also be

   the duty and responsibility of the contractor to see that the

   machinery thus erected is in good working condition to the

   satisfaction of the person duly authorized by SIDCO in that behalf

   and to ensure the proper functioning of the machinery till the

   guarantee period is over.

*In the event of failure of the contractor to erect the machinery within

the time and at the Place specified by SIDCO or in the event of the

machinery failing to function properly during the guarantee period the

amount spent by SIDCO and the loss sustained by SIDCO on this

account by making alternative arrangements shall be recoverable from

the contractor in the manner provided in Clause 15 here under.

15. “The Contractor agrees that all sums found due of SIDCO under

or by virtue of these presents shall be recoverable from him and his


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   properties, movable and immovable, under the provisions of the

   Revenue Recovery Act, for the time being in force ad though they are

   arrears of land revenues or in any other manner and within such time

   as SIDCO may deem fit. The Contract or to agrees that in deciding

   what sum of money is due from the Contractor under or by virtue of

   this agreement the decision of SIDCO shall be final and conclusive

   and shall be binding on the contractor”.

   16. The contractor agrees that any sum of money due and payable to

   him from SIDCO shall be adjusted against any sum of money due to

   SIDCO from him under any other contracts.

   In witness whereof the Contractor and Shri……………………………(H.

   E name and designation) for and on behalf of SIDCO have hereunto set

   their hands.

   Signed, sealed and delivered by………………………………………

                                                   (Contractor)

In the Presence of witnesses     (1)

                                 (2)

Signed,           sealed              and       delivered           by

shri…………………………………………………………………………………

……………….(H E name and designation) for and on behalf of SIDCO.

In the presence of witnesses     (1)

                                 (2)


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                                     FORM-III

                 MANUFACTURER’S AUTHORIZATION FORM

 Ref. No ………………..                                             Dated………….


To,
             The Managing Director
             Kerala SIDCO


Dear Sir:
                      Tender No…………………………………….

         We………………………………….who are established and reputed
manufactured of………………………………(Name and description of Goods
offered) having factory at………………………. (Address of the factory) do here
by declare that M/s………….. (Name and address of the agent) is our
authorized/accredited agent in your region having trained personnel, service
facilities and spare stock.


      No company or firm or individual other than M/s…………………….. are
authorized to do business against this specific tender.


      We hereby extend our full guarantee and warranty as per your
general/specific Conditions of Contractor for the Goods and Services for the
supply through the above firm against this tender.

                                           Yours faithfully,
      Seal                                 Signature
                                     Name& Designation
                                      (of authorized signatory of the
                                        Manufacturer)

   Note: This letter of authority should be in the letterhead of the manufacturer
and should be signed by person competent and having the power of attorney to
bind the manufacturer. It should be included by the bidder in the bid.



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