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TENDER DOCUMENT (NON-TRANSFERABLE) TENDER NO: PRESS/DCME 40522 Procurement of DCS System for C NA Plant

THIS TENDER DOCUMENT CONTAINS: Sr. No. 1 2 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Documents Enquiry ANNEX I ANNEX-II ANNEX-III ANNEX-IV ANNEX-V ANNEX-VI ANNEX-VII ANNEX VIII

Item details Enquiry Technical specification along with prequalification Criteria Instruction to bidder Bid Abstract Notice Inviting Tender- General Terms & Conditions List of Approved Bankers for Bank Guarantee Bank Guarantee format for SD/PBG Bank Solvency format ECS format

Pages 2 3-89 90 91-92 93-112 113-114 115-118 119 120

LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION TENDER OPENING DATE & TIME

: :

21.12.2011 AT 14.00 Hrs IST 21.12.2011 AT 15.00 Hrs IST

M/S RASHTRIYA CHEMICALS & FERTILIZERS LTD. PURCHASE DEPARTMENT, ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING, MAHUL ROAD, CHEMBUR, MUMBAI 400 074, INDIA. PHONE: +91 (22) 25522816 FAX : + 91 (22) 25522320 PHONE: +91 (22) 2552748

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RASHTRIYA CHEMICALS & FERTILIZERS LIMITED


(A Government of India Undertaking) Administrative Building, Chembur, Mumbai 400 074 Phone: 2552 2816/2748 Fax: 2552 2320 E-Mail: ksmani@rcfltd.com,a_khurshid@rcfltd.com

PRESS/DC ME 40522 To,

25.11.2011

Enq. No.

Press/DCME 40522

Date

25.11.2011 Submission Date

21.12.2011

You are requested to send your sealed quotation for the under-Mentioned article/ subject to our standard terms and conditions as per ANNEXURE indicating price, time of delivery with detailed Specifications relevant drawings, pamphlet and literature wherever applicable should reach us Before 2.00 PM on or before the submission Date. Sr. No 1 Item description SUPPLY OF DCS SYSTEM AS PER ANNEXURE-I Qty in No. 1 NO DELIVERY REQUIRED URGENT
INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS: KINDLY SUBMIT YOUR OFFER IN TWO BID SYSTEM WITH EMD AMOUNT RS 55,750/-

NOTE QUOTATIONS SHOULD BE TYPE WRITTEN AND ENVELOPE SHOULD BE MARKED WITH ENQ.NO.AND DUE DATE :
K.SUDALAI MONY MATERIALS OFFICER (P)

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ANNEXURE-I

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR NOTICE INVITING TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEM FOR CONCENTRATED NITRIC ACID GROUP OF PLANTS
OF

RASHTRIYA CHEMICALS AND FERTILIZERS LTD. CHEMBUR, MAHUL ROAD, MUMBAI 400 074.

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CONTENTS

SECTION

TITLE

I.

GENERAL SYSTEM AND TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS

II.

FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF DCS

III.

CONFIGURATION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF DCS

IV.

INFORMATION FROM DCS VENDOR

V.

SCOPE OF SUPPLY AND SUPPORT SERVICES

VI.

PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA AND DCS SYSTEM ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

VII.

CONDITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS OF BIDDING

VIII.

OVERVIEW OF SCOPE OF SUPPLY

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CHAPTER - I
GENERAL SYSTEM AND TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS

1. OVERALL REQUIREMENTS - SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY


1.1 INTRODUCTION

Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Limited, owns and operates manufacturing facilities for various fertilizers and industrial chemicals at its units at Trombay and at Thal in Maharashtra State, India. In Trombay Unit, there is Concentrated Nitric Acid Group of Plants, consisting of Concentrated Nitric Acid Plant of 100 MTPD capacity and Sulphuric Acid Plant of 300 MTPD capacity. It is proposed to replace existing Digital Control System.

1.2 BACKGROUND
Presently Yokogawa micro XL DCS is used for monitoring and control the Concentrated Nitric Acid Plant and Sulphuric Acid Plant from the Control Room. Both Plants are controlled from a single control room. The DCS Controllers, Marshaling Cabinets, System Cabinets, Power Cabinets are separate for both the Plants and installed in different location in the same Control Room as shown in diagram bellow(Page No. 5). Though, the DCS for both the Plants are separate, they are integrated and process of both the Plants are controlled / monitored from each Operator Stations. The safety interlock logic system is implemented through DCS. It is proposed to replace existing control system with state of the art distributed control system. The system shall have the capability for incorporating trip interlocks related to the process of the plant.

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PRESENT INSTALLATION OF DCS IN CONTROL ROOM


NORTH

UPS NO.1 UPS 9 10 8 7 WEST 6 5 3 11


13

12 EAST

ENTRY

SOUTH

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

OPERATOR STATION NO.1 ENGINEERING / OPERATOR STATION NO.2 OPERATOR STATION NO.3 PRINTER NO. 1 CNA PLANT MARSHALLING CABINET (DIGITAL) CNA PLANT MARSHALLING CABINET (ANALOG) CNA PLANT SYSTEM CABINET (CONTROLLER & IO CARDS) 8. CNA PLANT POWER CABINET 9. SAP PLANT MARSHALLING CABINET (ANALOG & DIGITAL) 10.SAP PLANT SYSTEM CABINET (CONTROLLER & IO CARDS) 11.SAP PLANT POWER CABINET. 12.PROPOSED LOCATION OF OPERATOR & ENGINEERING STATION NO.4

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13. PRINTER NO. 2

1.3 SCOPE
This specification covers general requirements for the Digital Control System & its auxiliary equipments to be supplied for the above project. The scope includes design of system hardware, software, spares, manufacturing , testing at factory(FAT) & at site(SAT), documentation, training, erection & commissioning of DCS, system integration, maintenance contract & other necessary items to make the system operable & complete to the satisfaction of owner. The DCS Vendor shall deliver all the material to RCF Stores. RCF will make arrangement for shifting of the material from Stores to Control Room, under the supervision of Vendor. Unpacking of all cabinets, and fixing of panels, in the Control Room, shall be done by vendor. Vendor shall perform on site testing (OST) before making power on. Detail schedule of activities pertaining to OST shall be approved during kickoff meetings. Actual plant shut down time available shall be a maximum of 10 days. The DCS Vendor has to commission the system working round the clock in this period only. It is to be noted that switching from existing DCS to new DCS system within minimum span of time is the essence of work. The vendor shall supply all DCS equipment, input/output panels, complete with marking of cables and internals. It is also within the vendor's scope of supply to perform all the necessary application programming including the development of process graphic flow sheets, trends, control groups etc. The DCS and the various panels shall be designed, manufactured and tested in accordance with this specification and the relevant Instrument Data Sheets and documents. During detailed engineering work, building of graphics, the vendor is obliged to involve the owner's personnel in order to ensure a smooth hand over of the DCS. This should include training in maintenance and reconfiguration of the system.

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RCF shall furnish following information to vendor for application development: 1) Documentation of Input/ Output database as hard / soft copy 2) Documentation of wiring diagram/ write-up/ logic/ sequence/ control logic/process interlocks. 3) Approval of documents/formats as identified during Kick Off meeting

1.4 TECHNOLOGY AND OBSOLESCENCE


The DCS systems to be supplied shall incorporate advance state of art technology that shall guarantee freedom from obsolescence at least for 15 years. Furthermore, the intelligence shall be extensively distributed up to the field level. The DCS to be offered shall be the latest in the product range of the principal of the supplier. The bidder shall certify that the product offered is the latest

and proven in their DCS family. Any impending product launch shall also be indicated in the bid, along with features for up gradation compatibility. The offer is liable to be rejected if the system offered is not the vendor's latest DCS product or if prior information is not furnished about impending launch of a new system.

1.4.1 Use of standard Procedures:


a) The system shall be composed of manufactures own standard hardware, systems software which can be configured to meet the stated requirements. b) Vendors standard operating system software shall not be modified to meet any of projects requirements. c) the system operating software. The vendors system shall be designed in a manner such that the implementation of application software requires no modification to

1.4.2 Field Proven Systems


All hardware, software and firmware supplied with the system shall have been field proven prior to placement of order; Field proven is defined as successful operation at a field installation of 24 or more months.

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a)

This requirement does not apply to the application software to be developed for the project.

b) Vendor shall guarantee that he will support all system hardware and firmware with spare parts and service for a period of 15 years from placement of order.

1.4.3

Distributed / Open Architecture

The system shall be a distributed computer or microprocessor based process control system. It shall permit control, data acquisition and control functions to be performed at remote locations while providing the capability to monitor and control the distributed functions from a central control facility. The system shall be sufficiently flexible that it can be configured to a wide range of process requirements at the loop and component level without changes to the hardware. The DCS shall be based on open system architecture. The open capabilities shall also allow third party software (such as operator interface, optimisation software or expert systems) to be an integral part of the systems when RCF intends to procure them. Communications with other devices shall be via industry standard protocols.

System shall be capable of hosting various industry available communication protocols with third party systems. System shall be capable of installing communication module/ software in future.

1.4.4

Spare Capacity and Expansion Capability

The DCS system shall be delivered to the installation site with the following minimum spare capacity and expansion capabilities. A) Spare Capacity

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a)

Redundant capacity is not considered to be spare capacity.

b) Process I/O racks shall contain 20% installed spare with fully wired all I/O modules. The module types shall be provided in the approximate ratio of non spare types and distributed throughout the I/O racks. Other system components to support the spare I/O such as Process I/O power supply capacity, terminal block, I/O cables, I/O communications, etc., shall also be installed with 20% spare capacity. If terminal blocks are pre wired to the process I/O then these shall also be pre wired to the spare I/O. c) Process I/O racks shall have an additional 20% spare rack space in each type of IO rack for further addition of any type of I/O card in corresponding I/O rack in future. d) Process control device shall be sized such that no more than 60% of processing capability and memory is utilized.

e) Cabinet, which contain terminal blocks, shall be provided with 20% spare terminal blocks and space to install additional termination corresponding to utilization of spare rack space by addition of corresponding I/O cards.. B) Expansion Capabilities

a) The system design shall include the capability for at least 25% future hardware expansion (relative to the bid), which shall be achieved by addition of equipment, without modifying or replacing existing equipment, communications cables or system operating software. This is in addition to the spare requirements of section 1.4.4 a) b) Each installed communication system shall have 25% node expansion capability for future development and still be capable of meeting the requirements of this specification. The vendor shall provide estimated loadings of the communication systems to substantiate this requirement.

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C) The system processing and memory capacity shall have 50% expansion capability for future application programming and configuration including, but not limited to, the following: Alarming / Monitoring, Equipment Monitoring, Trend and history collection, Reports, Displays including user defined graphics displays. The DCS system shall be delivered to the installation site with the following minimum spare capacity and expansion capability.

1.4.5 Software Protection


No software locking mechanisms, which would restrict the user from copying the software source or compiled executable code from the storage media, shall be employed. No software locking mechanisms, which restrict the user from booting (starting Up), shall be employed. This means that no key disks or password or USB dongle shall be required to use the software supplied as part of the system for process control and for Engineering configuration. Operational security is different than software protection. User programmable operational securities to be provided at various levels of DCS configuration

1.4.6 Software Revision Levels


a) The vendors standard system operating software delivered to the installation site shall be the most recent field proven revision level available at the beginning of the Pre Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) which is applicable to the system hardware. b) The system shall allow for upgrading of system operating software on all redundant modules of the system without necessity of shutting down the process, without losing the window to the process (operator interface) and without losing any control functions.

1.4.7 Third Party Equipment


All equipment provided as part of this system that is not manufactured by the Vendor shall be latest model of the original equipment manufacturer at the time of placement of contract or order, that is, it shall be currently available for sale from the original manufacturer at the time of placement

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of contract or order. All such equipment shall meet all applicable project specifications and standards referenced in this specification.

1.5 OPEN ARCHITECTURE DESIGN


The DCS to be offered shall conform to open architecture design.

1.5.1 Ethernet
It shall have provision of IEEE 802.3, Deterministic and Real Time Redundant Ethernet 100 MBPS and TCP /IP protocols for communicating with MIS systems, controllers, operator & engineering stations printers, third party devices. Ethernet shall have capabilities to detect & self-rectify faults for undeterred communication to various intermediate nodes on network. Extension of Ethernet for provision of operating stations shall be implemented through dual redundant Fibre Optic network.

1.5.2

Migration

Migration to open standards as stipulated above shall be possible at the modular level (for each node on the system highway) and shall be achievable with the minimum of hardware.

1.5.3 Conformance
Conformance / seamless migration to open architecture is an important requirement of this tender. Failure to comply with these specifications or failure to indicate a cost effective and seamless migration to open architecture would make the offer liable to be rejected. 1.6

PROVENNESS OF THE SYSTEM

The system to be offered shall be a proven system which shall already be installed and in operation at least for three years in India or abroad in a continuous process industry. The bidder shall submit details of such installations with references of the companies, size, value of orders, no. of years in operation etc. and contact persons name communication details. The bidder shall have had competent and proven expertise in supply, commissioning and servicing of comparative DCS system in India. Details regarding commissioning/service personnel & training facilities shall be provided by the vendor. A service office in Mumbai will be preferred and bidder to provide the details of Mumbai service organization like No. of service engineers and customers being supported in Mumbai Region.

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CHAPTER - II FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF DCS

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2.

FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF DCS

PRECEDENCE OF SPECIFICATIONS
The objectives and broad guidelines laid down in this section define end goals of the purchase of the system. This Section of this NIT shall prevail over all subsequent sections. The supplier shall therefore be guided by these stipulations and in the event of a conflict between this section and any item in the subsequent sections; those given in this section shall prevail.

2.1 CONTROL FUNCTIONS


All the controllers shall have built in redundancy function with high speed communication link between primary and secondary controllers. Controllers shall support Ethernet communication with Operator/Engineering Stations. All the controller modules shall be capable of performing at least the following functions, however not limited to: a) Data acquisition from I/O modules. b) Regulatory PID control with different types (both direct & reverse acting type) c) Ratio control , sequence control d) Cascade control e) Feed forward control f) Anti-reset windup g) Lead-lag control, Time lag h) Arithmetic function like +,-, X, /, etc. i) Auto <--> manual bump less transfer. j) Manual output ramp k) Logic functions like AND, OR, NOT, EXOR etc. High, low selector functions. l) Characteriser block m) Alarm setting of different parameters and masking of individual alarms without changing the alarm set points. n) Displaying of the tuning parameters and facility to tune the close loop with a trend window so as to observe the loop performance .

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o) Square-root extraction/flow totalizer p) Input signal conditioning q) Adaptive control, Auto tuning. r) Batch control for tanker loading s) Pressure/temperature compensation for flow All the above control functions shall be available in the form of algorithms and it shall be easily (software) configurable by the user. The DCS shall have the capability of converting various input signals into types, which are of direct use to the system.

The functional block configuration should be kept to max. 50% and data acquisition cards to max. 70%. The total system loading for controller and data acquisition subsystem shall not exceed 60%. The loading indicated here is the worst case of high system activity referred to the use of memory, CPU time and communication capacity for the sub-system. Complex loops: Algorithms for these shall be written along with the purchaser. Built in physical redundancy is required for following: Closed loops: Processor ---- 1:1 Memory ---- 1:1 Power supply ---- 1:1 Data highway communication ---- 1:1 System bus ---- 1:1 I/O cards ---- 1:1 I/O Bus with controller ---- 1:1 Open Loops: Processor ---- 1:1 Memory ---- 1:1 Power supply ---- 1:1 Data highway communication ---- 1:1 System bus ---- 1:1 I/O Bus with controller ---- 1:1 Failure of a single channel shall not lead to the loop to be taken to manual mode for operation as the whole concept of automatic control resulting in low availability of system.

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Redundant cards of every kind shall be kept on line all the time and shall take over bumplessly and automatically in case of failure of the active card. Furthermore, any configuration changes made on active controller should be automatically & instantaneously copied to the redundant standby controller. Design must ensure that data integrity is maintained during switch over and no portion of data to be transferred is corrupted before and during switch over to the backup controller. In addition, vendor shall guarantee the non-existence of any nonredundant device whose failure might affect the whole systems operation or reduce the operators monitoring capability. The controller updating time shall be 0.1 to 0.5 seconds user definable) for all the loops connected to it. There shall be hot standby for each controller and associated cards (such as memory card, communication, switch-over control card, etc.) and the standby shall take over smoothly in the event of failure of the working controller. The controller modules shall have redundant power supply. The communication from the controller shall be redundant.

The controller should be capable of executing more than two (2) scan rates simultaneously. In case the controller does not have such feature, an extra controller to be provided per area / group. The controller should be equipped with additional redundant firewall between controller and process network safeguarding the controller from any unwanted data. Present configuration does not call for any third party interface. However a provision with necessary independent hardware (serial controller / Gateway)/ software for 2 serial interfaces shall be made available. It shall be possible to download the data contents of the controller on to a mass storage device and same shall be reloaded automatically on to the controller to prevent loss of data during prolonged power failures. The downloading / reloading operation shall be fast and shall be possible from any station console. Failure of any controller should be indicated / printed on operator / engineer station with audible / voice alarm and shall be displayed locally. The system should reboot itself automatically if the power is restored.

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The controller should have the output hold facility to maintain the last output value in case of failure of both the main / redundant controller. The I/O card shall also hold / be configurable to fail-safe condition in case of both main / redundant cards fail. Process control & emergency trip interlock shall be incorporated in DCS. All logic operations and all regulatory and process monitoring functions shall be performed in same controller of DCS. The plant Emergency shutdown system will be based on proposed interlock system with a minimum of manual / local control. All logic and sequence operation shall be checked from input to output by forcing / enabling various inputs/outputs during pre-FAT / FAT. All trip related I/Os shall be segregated in I/O assignment such that trip related I/Os shall be terminated in redundant cards. These cards shall not have I/O,s which are not related to plant tripping. Set point and PV tracking shall be a standard feature. The controller shall be able to operate in manual, auto, cascade or computer mode. Mode changeover in either direction shall be procedure less and bump-less. It shall be possible to change set point, tuning constants, controller mode, and controller configuration from operator / engineer station. In control panel / tuning panel display, Control Modes like Auto / Manual / Cascade shall be there as standard feature. When operating under external supervisory mode, controller shall be able to track computer generated set-point and hold last generated value in case of computer failure. In such a case, controller shall fall back on auto mode and continue to operate at last received set point, in general. Other options like pre-defined set-point operation and fail safe condition shall also be possible.

On the resumption of computer, the controller shall not return to external supervisory mode automatically. Computer failure indication shall be provided on all stations . In cascade loops, primary controller shall be able to track the set point and output of the secondary controller when secondary controller is not operating in cascade mode.

2.2

ALARM FUNCTIONS

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The DCS shall be capable of warning the operator of any abnormal process conditions or internal control system failures. When any process alarm occurs the operator shall be warned by an audible sound. Alarm sound shall be produced by speakers/hooter Installed on all Station PCs. It shall be possible to acknowledge and silence the alarm from any station Once the display in the alarm has been accessed, the operator shall acknowledge the alarm by depressing the acknowledgment button / key. The audible signal might be turned off by a dedicated key. During start-up and shutdown of the plant, it would be convenient if the operator is able to bypass certain groups of tripping alarms. An alarm system with such feature shall be preferred. Operator shall be able to enable/ disable every alarm individually. Certain alarms may require action by the operator. The alarm system should have the facilities to create an "Operator's Guide", in which the operator can find instructions to overcome operational problems identified by the alarm. A text message page shall be provided to communicate instructions to operator which will be accessible at single click of a button.

2.3 INPUT-OUTPUT SYSTEM


All the input output blocks / modules shall be mounted in a single / multi rack system connected to a common communication highway. The system shall support the following type of input and output signals.

2.3.1 Inputs
a) 4-20mA DC Based 2 wire & 4 wire b) All types of thermocouple & mV inputs c) RTD d) Potential free contacts e) From special analytical instrument f) Capability to communicate with various communication ports such as Modbus, RS 232, RS 485 etc. for digital communication with various devices in the plant i.e. analysers, optimisation system, DCS etc. Suitable hardware/ software shall be supplied on chargeable basis if required.

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It shall be required to develop the necessary software drivers for such devices in DCS; the vendors should not withhold any information to other manufacturers regarding their protocol for developing interface between the two systems.

2.3.2 Scan Time


Scan time for a closed loop shall be the cycle time taken by controller to read, analyse or manipulate the process input, perform control calculations and update controller output for loops configured within the controllers. Scan time for an open loop shall be the cycle time taken by data acquisition system to read, analyse or manipulate the process inputs and perform computations of all open loops configured within data acquisition system for various controls and data acquisition parameters with the following or better scan time shall be used. Close Loops : a) Close loops b) Critical close loops Open loops : a) Analog Inputs (4-20 mA) b) Digital Inputs better c) Temperature Inputs or better

: :

500 msec. or better 250 msec. or better

500 msec. or better : 500 msec. or : 1 Sec.

2.3.3 Outputs
a) 4 - 20 mA DC b) Potential free contacts controllable from operator stations for manual start/stop etc. Both latched and momentary contacts shall be available Each input/output blocks / module shall be provided with, but not be limited to, following functions. a) Signal filtering b) Signal conditioning like square root extraction , linearization etc. c) Alarm setting-low, very low, high, very high, on measurement, set point, output etc.

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d) Limit checking e) Bias f) Integration of pulse inputs from the flow transmitter. g) Data acquisition. h) Trending - Real & Historical. i) Pressure, Temperature, compressibility factor correction for flow inputs. All the output cards shall be able to give the output values from -5% to +105% i.e. from 3.2 mA to 20.8 mA.

The input/output blocks /modules may be of single I/O type or multi I/O type. All the input/output cards shall have configurable 2 wire/4 wire transmitter feature and supply power to the required transmitters/I-P converters. The actual input output requirement is listed below. All I/O systems shall have redundant power supply. The I/O redundancy for closed loop control shall be 1:1 in the case of multiple input/ outputs per card .

2.3.4 I/O Cards


The I/O cards shall be connected to the terminals by means of prefab cables. I/O redundancy is required for all the closed loops as well as certain critical loops. I/O cards shall have built in galvanic / optical isolation for input and output. The input card shall perform all types of linearization viz. square root, T/C, RTD as per channel basis. The I/O card should also hold / configure to fail-safe condition in case of failure of both main / redundant card. The output card shall perform output scaling, direct / reverse output. Digital Input / Output cards shall have following features a) All the digital inputs shall be potential free contacts. Digital input card shall provide interrogation voltage to the input. b) All digital outputs shall have interposing Relays, with potential free contacts with contact rating 230V AC, 5A. Power supply of 24 VDC Page 20 of 120

to field devices shall be routed through separate redundant REGULATED POWER SUPPLY of 24 VDC, which is in the SCOPE OF THE VENDOR. Individual I/O card shall have visual status display indication for healthy, card fault, communication healthy and communication fault. I/O card racks shall have expandability. The card rack shall not be loaded for more than 80 % capacity. I/O cards shall be mounted in rack such that connections of 2 cards shall not overlap. Removal/testing at card screwed termination shall be possible without removal of other wires.

2.3.5 List of I/O Count (excluding spare capacity)


1) CONCENTRATED NITRIC ACID PLANT: TYPE OF SIGNAL 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Close Loop Analog 4-20 mA DC, Two wire Analog Inputs (AI) 4-20 mA DC, Four wire Analog Inputs (AI) 4-20 mA DC, Two wire Analog Outputs (AO) Open loop Analog 4-20 mA DC, Two wire Analog Inputs (AI) 4-20 mA DC, Four wire / Externally powered Analog Inputs (AI) RTD Inputs Digital Inputs (DI) Digital Outputs (DO) 80 48 48 32 50 No No No No No 18 6 24 YES YES YES Qty Redundancy (YES/NO)

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2) SULPHURIC ACID PLANT: Sr. NO 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 TYPE OF SIGNAL Close Loop Analog 4-20 mA DC, Two wire Analog Inputs (AI) 4-20 mA DC, Four wire Analog Inputs (AI) 4-20 mA DC, Two wire Analog Outputs (AO) Open loop Analog 4-20 mA DC, Two wire Analog Inputs (AI) 4-20 mA DC, Four wire / Externally powered Analog Inputs (AI) J, K, & S Type Thermocouple Inputs RTD Inputs Digital Inputs (DI) 24V powered Digital Outputs. 64 32 64 32 32 50 No No No No No No 16 8 24 YES YES YES Qty Redundancy (YES/NO)

20 % Capacity shall be included for each Plant as mentioned in 1.4.4 Distribution of a truly redundant fail safe 24 V DC power supply shall be in Vendors scope. There shall be separate 24 VDC fail safe redundant power supply for Digital Outputs. There shall be separate redundant 24 VDC Power supply for Concentrated Nitric Acid Plant & Sulphuric Acid Plant. For all redundant I/O cards, number of I/O channel shall be as per manufacturers standard. However, maximum number of channels shall be 16 for analog cards and 32 for digital cards. Separate modules to be provided for AI, AO, DI, & DO for open loop as well close Loops. All I/O cards shall have capability for redundancy. Even I/O cards for nonredundant open loops shall be such that they can be configured for redundancy in future if required.

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Required numbers of input/ outputs are without spare capacity. All these input/ outputs cards shall be wired/ installed in the system.

2.4 OPERATOR STATION, QTY : 3 NOS.


Operators will monitor the process and initiate all control functions from operator stations. All monitors and keyboards of operator stations shall be identical. They shall provide colour graphic, control, and display and alarm functions. It shall be possible to change control assignments to allow control of any plant area from any operator station by using the appropriate password at various level. Each operator station shall have direct independent access via dual redundant communication path to the controller and not via the Engineering station. Operator station make and model acceptable is only DELL POWEREDGE 2900 SERVER or its next higher version with 24 LCD monitor. Each Node where history resides should be minimum RAID 5 harddisk configuration to ensure maximum availability of history. Operator station shall have Windows XP or latest WINDOWS based Operating System. The Operator Station shall be provided QWERTY Keyboard & Mouse for navigation & operation. All displays shall be accessible from LCD Monitor of the station connected to the same data highway. 24 LCD Multicolour displays are required. The system shall have flexibility in specifying or changing the tag numbers, descriptions, ranges, scale factors, or grouping in the various displays. Each display shall always provide the following a. b. c. d. features:

Time of day in hours and minutes Date by day, month, year Year shall be displayed in 4 (four) digits, e.g.1999, 2001 etc. Page number, if multi-page displays are used. synchronised from one clock

All real time clocks in the system shall be source.

Each LCD screen shall be able to display full alphanumerical tag no. of process variable. A min. of sixteen (16) digits shall be required for

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tag no. and min. 30 digits for process description as per example given below: Tag No.: 20PIC1501 Description: 20T501 PRESSURE When configured in operations mode, the operator shall be able to perform following main functions from these stations: a) Monitoring/controlling of the entire plant (Regulatory and Supervisory). b) Trend display, c) Alarm Display and print out d) Report generation e) Graphics capability f) Computation g) Multi window capability h) Dedicated alarm view availability while operating through graphics i) General Features Pump remote/local & start/stop interlock logic, process tripping interlock shall be incorporated in DCS and graphical presentation of logic shall be available on Screen. Pump running status (Red/green colour) shall be available on DCS. Existing Interlock diagrams shall be given to vendors along with Tag-names of associated field instruments. DCS vendor shall incorporate the same in the controllers. The details of the above functions are listed below:

2.4.1 Monitoring / Controlling


Dynamic Display of the entire parameters as given below shall be available: a) b) Overall view of the Plant. Area shall show the graphic & numerical values with Engineering units wherever applicable, each parameter (measurement, set point) and alarm status of each area of the plant. c) Group - shall include, apart from those mentioned in area display, the details of controllers and its alarm status. It shall provide the operator with a display of up to 8 control instruments per page in a format resembling a conventional control panel. In addition to controllers certain important indicators may be shown on group display. The group display shall represent a bar graph and other

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indications of each loops process variable, set point and output values. The group display shall include the group number and title, and short description for each loop or variable displayed. The mode of each loop (Manual/ Auto / Cascade etc.) shall be shown in the group display. It shall be possible to control process from group display. Following control actions shall be possible from group display.

i) Increase / decrease set point ii) Change controller mode iii) Change controller output in manual mode iv) Start / stop or open/close command for digital points. d) Loop - shall include the details mentioned in area & group displays and the complete loop details which include measurement, set-point, output values, mode of the controller, tuning parameters etc. It also shall include process variable minimum and maximum values, alarm set point, limits on set point, output & velocity, controller action (Direct/Reverse), computational constants like bias, ratio, integrated value (Total), Engineering units. Following actions shall be possible from Loop display. i) Increase / decrease set point ii) Change controller mode iii) Change controller output in manual mode iv) Start / stop or open/close command for digital points. v) Change tuning parameters vi) Change limits on set point, output and vii)Change alarm set point

velocity

There should be provision of conversion of QWERTY Keyboard buttons to dedicated buttons to increase / decrease output / set point at fast rate (upto 4%)and slow rate (minimum 1%). Also it shall be possible to increase / decrease output (in manual mode) / set point (in auto mode) from controller bar graph display faceplate by use of mouse pointer. In group/ loop displays controller tags shall have auto/ manual / cascade mode selection soft targets by default. This should not be an engineered solution.

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Loop display shall also contain a trend displaying Process value, Set value and Output with sample time of 1 second and full time scale of 60 minutes for tuning of process control loops. If changing of tuning parameters of PID loops requires additional software same shall be offered. Set point/ Output tolerance check- If Set point of a controller and its output in auto / manual mode is changed by 10% or more than its previous value system shall have facility to warn the operator and for ask for confirmation for such change. The system shall provide a screen update time not exceeding 1 sec. Any loop with high deviation or high low alarm shall be shown by a visual alarm. The operator shall be able to manipulate the set point, output, and control modes of any loops shown on a group display by the appropriate key entries. The operator shall be able to create and display groups in addition to those in overview display.

2.4.2 Trend Display


Trends shall be easily configured online through standard trend displays, without the need to build special displays. Real-time and historical data shall be presented together on the same trend. Archived history may be accessed automatically by simply scrolling to, or directly entering, the appropriate time and date. Users shall be able to copy trend data to other applications such as Microsoft Excel. The simultaneous historical trending of at least sixteen (16) selected variables shall be possible on any operating/engineering station with selectable scales and colours, per trend, and with selectable sampling rates (min. 1 sec) for all the AI, AO, DI & DO tags with minimum archiving period of 3 months. The real-time trending shall be available for all the parameters of all the loops of the plant. However, user shall have the flexibility to assign and reassign any of the loops to the real-time trend database. The real-time trend shall have a minimum scan time preferably 1 sec and the display time frame shall be user definable from 1 minute to 2 hours. Duration of real time trend shall be minimum 30 days. Sampling rate shall be selectable.

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System shall provide history collection over a wide range of frequencies in both average and snapshot/production formats. Large amounts of history shall be retained online, with automatic archiving, allowing retention of and access to unlimited quantities of historical data. Archive data can be stored on a variety of storage devices, not other than following: Local or networked hard drives Optical media ZIP or JAZZ drives System shall store the values of points over time at regular intervals, between 1 to 30 seconds as well as averages of the 1-minute snapshots at intervals of 1 to 24 hours. The period of time that this historical data is stored shall be selectable. User shall be able to archive this process history to off-line media such a removable disk so that the history can be restored later if needed. It shall be possible to magnify the trend values by assigning a userdefined window with lower and upper limit of the trend value range (i.e. magnify a part of the trend screen). A vertical marker / pointer shall be possible on historical and real time trend to pinpoint the value at any point on the trend. Scrolling, windowing, digital value display at selectable sampling times and zooming features shall be provided. Trend display should indicate value & time on cursor movement.

2.4.3 Alarm Display


System shall provide comprehensive alarm and event detection, management, and reporting facilities to speedily target the source of the problem, allowing the operator to focus on the data of interest in times of urgency. Following features are required: Controller-based alarming. Multiple alarm priorities. Standard notification displays of alarms, events, alerts, and messages. Most recent alarm zone displayed on every screen. Advanced alarm management such as the ability to: Launch associated graphic and point detail display on alarm for instant context Log the return to normal status

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Filter alarms (for example, by priority, asset, and acknowledgment status) Log to track operator-initiated actions Configure and view aggregate alarm counts Alarm groups shall be available as an alternative way of viewing areas and alarms associated with areas. All stations shall have the facility to set the alarm limits (such as low, extra low, high, extra high etc.) for all the process variables as well as set point, output and deviation on the above three variables. System shall display the alarm conditions based on the above parameters. The Alarm Summary Display shall provide the operator with a summary of process alarms in an operator station group in an order of occurrence. The display shall show the following items for each point: a) Tag number b) Type of alarm (when point is in alarm) c) A description of the point d) Date and time of occurrence All the alarms shall be accompanied by audio/voice announcement till the same is acknowledged. It shall be possible to selectively silent any alarm from any station. The alarm condition shall indicate the point(s) in alarm by flashing red or reverse video character and/ or the tag number. Priority alarm & standard alarm conditions should be separated. When the alarm is acknowledged, the flashing display shall become steady. The display shall return to normal when an acknowledged alarm condition returns to normal. System shall have blinking facility for all the alarms. The alarm conditions shall be available in all the area, group & loop displays. Different audio tones shall be available to distinguish between different areas or types of alarms.

Alarm/Event Printer, Qty.: 1 No. System shall print a summary of alarms and events to common alarm/event printer as and when desired. System Alarms

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System shall have capability of on-line self-diagnosis. Any abnormal conditions in subsystems shall be displayed as system alarm message on operator console irrespective of the display selected.

2.4.4 Colour Dynamic Graphic Displays


These are the graphic displays showing graphically the process pipes, equipment, and relevant instrumentation. Each display shall be organised in order to show instrumentation for each process section and plant area. The following information shall be available from these displays: a) b) c) Measuring value of each analog variable Status of pumps, on-off valves etc. Alarm either for analog or digital variables

Graphic displays shall be interactive type through which it shall be possible to control the process. It shall be possible to send motor start/stop and shutdown/ motorised valve open/close commands from this display as per job specifications. It shall be possible to go from any graphic page to related graphic pages or any group display or alarm summary in single key stroke using soft key function. The graphics will be built by the vendor on the basis of P & I diagrams which will be supplied by R.C.F. It shall be possible to create new (custom) displays, which can include graphics and animations. Real time updating shall be possible for at least 125 data variables in each display. Dynamic updating shall include changing symbols (such as closed valve symbol in place of open valve symbol and vice versa, changing levels in vessels), change in colour, and change in values. The display call up time shall be less than 1 sec. for all dynamic graphic pages. It shall be possible to create, modify, and delete the graphics through interactive sessions on-line. The graphics modules shall enable creation of static (plant schematics) and dynamics (process variables). Standard building blocks / templates pertaining to a process industry like pipeline, valves, pumps etc. shall be provided and the user shall use these standard blocks to create graphics without the help of any

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programming language. It shall also be possible to add user defined symbols to the library of templates. The current values of process variables with engineering units shall be displayed in the objects. Abnormal conditions shall also be displayed in the graphics. Once a picture has been built, it shall be possible to add to any other picture/ pictures as sub picture. Scaling, scrolling and zooming of graphics shall also be possible. Number of graphic pages available should not be a limitation to adequately display the complete process.

2.4.5 Event Logging


All event logs shall be displayable on any station and printed on separate Alarm/Event Printer. System shall store every event, such as a point status change or an operator action, in an event journal. Events shall be collected periodically in an online event database for queries and reporting. Event archiving operation shall be performed at appropriate intervals. System shall archive events to a network fileserver or to disk as desired. Events archived to a network fileserver can be copied to other media such as CD, or included in a system backup.

All changes in the system caused by, for example, alarms, operator actions, and changes in security level shall be logged as events. All alarms shall be recorded in the event log, including when it was generated, when it returned to normal, and when it was acknowledged. On demand, a chronological record of events shall be displayed on any station between user-specified time periods. The pages of the log shall be scrolled and the log capable of being stopped at any time. It shall not be feasible for the operator to erase any part of the event log. Alarm/Event Printer System shall print a summary of alarms and events to an alarm/event printer as and when desired.

2.4.6 Report Generation


For analysing key system data, system shall provide a range of standard reports, including Alarm/Event reports for all alarms and events in a

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specified time period. By using filters, this report shall provide an operator and/or point trace facility. It shall be possible to design Excel-based Custom Reports, which can contain almost any kind of information stored in the server database. User can either request reports when you required or schedule system to automatically produce reports at pre-defined times. Outputs may be directed to screen, separate report printer or file. Following reports are required on demand as well as automatically at pre-set time. a) Shift/Daily/Monthly reports of different process variables. b) Hourly avg., hourly total, hourly max/min., instantaneous values of the process variables. c) The shift/ daily/monthly report shall be printed automatically to report printer at a specified time. But the On Demand report shall be printed with demand from operator station. d) Daily/Monthly reports showing raw material, utility consumption, production, etc. e) Energy consumption report for a section/total plant. f) Energy and mass balance and other analysis reports. g) System diagnostic reports in case of failure of any module / component of the system both current and historical. h) Management Information Reports. i) Log of operator initiated actions, on demand. j) Alarm and trip review reports. The formats and other details of the various reports shall be designed in consultation with the purchaser. Apart from pre-formatted reports mentioned above, there shall be a report writer with SQL-like commands to retrieve and generate reports in user definable formats. Number of reports should not be a limitation. The reports shall have a configurable retention of generally 30 days and these shall not be overwritten / scratched by the subsequent reports. There shall be a spooling facility where the reports are preserved as spool files and can be queued to the printer at a later stage. There shall be facility for storage of above reports whenever required on a disk, CD, or included in a system backup.

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2.4.7 Computation
The system shall have computational capabilities such as: a) b) c) d) e) Pressure & temperature compensation for compressible fluids Integration with the time (for flow measurement application) Transformation into different engineering units. Other standard chemical engineering functions User definable computations

These features are aimed towards facilitating the task of modifying the process variables updated to the database.

2.4.8 Process Engineering Environment


It should be possible to change the functionality of the Operator Station to Engineering mode through password. The functionality of the Station shall be logical and not physical. The environment for process engineering shall be largely menu-driven. Where developmental work is required to be done, involving programming and analysis, the user-friendly environment shall be provided.

2.4.9 System Software


Standard software The operating system of DCS stations shall be based on WINDOWS only. All programs required for control and data acquisition, unit operation, alarm management, data communication and to define the system configuration and display content shall be provided. All the necessary utility programs, files and management tools necessary to format the data of disk / CD, copy files from one source to another, delete files, list the directory of files, and view or print the data within a file shall be provided. The system hardware and software shall allow the users maintenance staff to modify on-line the configuration, data grouping,

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descriptions, tag numbers, alarm set points, and other display data as well as drawing of process graphics as required. Software for report generation, documentation shall be provided system diagnostics and self-

Vendor shall consider all the software functions available in system to ensure that all the features / deliverables are available in each operator station. Vendor shall provide detail list of software being offered with their license quantity in their offer. Each DCS operator station shall have capability for accessing any graphics/ report related to any area of the plant. Documentation Software Vendor shall provide documentation software that shall have a database which updates itself from the System Database so as to provide complete wiring details and I/O assignment details of all the DCS tags. It shall be possible to attach and view I/O sheets to any I/O tag name with this software. Cross-reference facility shall be available so as to search any tag name of the system. Import / export facility to MS excel, notepad, etc, shall be available in this software. Any change in tag name/range/description/channel assignment shall be automatically updated in this software.

2.5

ENGINEERING STATION: QTY. 1 No.:

Engineering Station shall have capability to work as Operator Station. It shall be possible to use this station as Engineering Station, as well as, Operator station. Engineering / Operator station make and model acceptable is only DELL POWEREDGE 2900 SERVER or its advanced version with 24 LCD monitor. Engineering/Operating station shall have Windows XP OR LATEST Windows based Operating System. In addition it shall also have other capabilities as mentioned below, a) Engineering Tools : i)The tools facilitate on-line and off-line Engineering functions of the system.

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ii) Engineering tools to build graphic and database shall available on a standard environment viz. Windows operating system. iii)Graphics /Database tools shall comprise of easy use of Icons / Menus

be

GUI

b) Operator station shall be also licensed for engineering capabilities c) Auxiliary drive shall be available for system software loading and taking backups. d) Other specifications shall be same as for operator station. e) Engineering licence shall be available for all the tags. f) It shall be possible to all engineering functions online without shutdown / downloading of any controller or station.

2.6 OPERATOR STATION UPDATE TIME


System shall guarantee the following update times : a) Display page call up time: Less than 1 sec for non graphic pages. b) Graphic page call up time: Less than 1 sec for a page with less than 50 live points. c) Page refresh time: Live points in the actually displayed page shall be refreshed every second (50 live points approx.) d) Issue of commands: less than 2 sec from station to field including feedback.

2.7 SYSTEM SECURITY


The following three levels of security shall be provided by the system : a) Operator level b) Process engineer level c) Engineering level The type of security at the Operator Station & Engineering station shall be password type.

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START menu & exit/+/- buttons of Station window shall be non operable & hidden from screen. Operator shall not be able to access any of Windows utilities whenever locked. The system shall be designed in a way that minimises the possibility of a hardware or software failure. Consequently, in the event of failure, effective diagnostics and error messages shall be provided to facilitate detection and resolution of the failure. The vendor based on his knowledge of his equipment, shall provide

additional on-line diagnostics and checks in addition to those in the specification. In case of any mal-operation it should be possible to identify from which staion the operator action took place.

2.7.1 Power Failure / Auto Restart


a) When power is restored after power failure, the DCS shall reboot automatically b) The stations, controllers and process interface units shall have power-fail detection. Upon power failure, the hardware/software shall perform the necessary functions to bring the appropriate equipment to an orderly shutdown, including an orderly deactivation of all the processing. c) When data acquisition units and controllers lose power, it shall annunciate on DCS and logged along with the time of occurrence.

2.7.2 Memory Protection


The system shall be protected from being overwritten. The system software shall also be capable of protecting itself to ensure integrity. The memories shall have parity check and detection.

2.7.3 File and Data Security

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All data communications shall have adequate error checking, detecting, reporting and recovery features. The failure of data highway shall be displayed on the alarm summary display at the station and also logged on printers.

2.7.4 Process Input-Output Checks


Every sampled analog value shall be checked against pre-set and low sensor reasonability limits. If a limit is detected, it shall be flagged and alarmed and appropriate quality coding indication is provided as part of the database. It shall be possible to disable the actual alarm condition knowingly. The system shall provide automatic open circuit detection of the thermocouple open circuit conditions. Open circuit detection shall not affect the accuracy of a temperature more than 0.25C. There shall be check on the analog signal input to determine if it is within the range of the analog to digital converter. For alarm purposes, it shall be possible to define burn out up-scale or down-scale values.

2.8 DATA BASE MANAGEMENT AND DATA BASE


The plant historical database shall be designed to store at least onemonth data of productions, consumption, critical variables on hourly basis, as well as other standard data elements. It shall be possible to retrieve the data in the form of reports / files as defined by the user. Sufficient integrity features shall be provided to protect the data-base from catastrophic failures and corruption. The supplier shall provide facility for archiving of the operational database. The archive shall be such as to provide a backup of historical data on a continuous basis for very long periods. The vendor shall make available the structure and organisation of database to the purchaser. The database shall be global and provide logical independence from the physical configuration.

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The vendor shall provide a full and comprehensive database operations procedure for backups, reports generation, graphics operation, dataprotection, securities etc.

2.9

ON-LINE HELP

An on-line help facility shall be provided at the console, which shall provide the user information about the following: a) System configuration and details. b) Maintenance manuals/procedures. c) Software and software features. d) Process manual including P&I diagrams. System shall have its own documentation so that engineers may not carry manuals to rectify the fault.

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CHAPTER - III CONFIGURATION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

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3.

CONFIGURATION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

3.1 OVERALL CONFIGURATION The DCS shall be separate for Concentrated Nitric Acid Plant & Sulphuric Acid Plant, with individual Power Distribution Cabinets. Present layout as shown in the diagram (page No.5), shall be maintained. There shall be physically separate Controllers & IO nodes for Concentrated Nitric Acid Plant & Sulphuric Acid Plant. Location of Marshalling Cabinets, as shown in the lay out shall be maintained, so that, there shall not be any problem for field cable terminations in the new Marshalling Cabinets. All the Operator stations / Engineering Station shall have facility to control both the Plants & shall be configured such way that each station shall directly communicate to the controllers of Concentrated Nitric Acid Plant & Sulphuric Acid Plant. Failure of any Operator stations / Engineering Station shall not affect controlling/ monitoring of the Plants from other stations. Engineering station shall be common for both Plants The configuration of the system shall be such as to provide a plant network with modules for Operator / Engineering Stations, Controllers, input/output, Historic database, etc. The main data highway shall provide peer to peer communication between the modules. All communication shall be dual redundant. The configuration schematic shall be furnished. The DCS system shall be predominantly software driven where functionality and personality of the devices shall be definable at the logical level rather than through physical interconnection of the devices. 3.2 COMMUNICATION Data Transmission Rate: Capable of high speed data transfers over redundant Ethernet in the range of 100 MB/sec. Ethernet shall have capabilities to detect & self-rectify faults for undeterred communication to various intermediate nodes on network. The system network shall have a Protocol & industry standard. The main highway shall be preferably MAP / IEEE 802.4 compliant. 3.2.1 Internal Communications

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It shall be possible for the vendors standard communications networks to be fully redundant with automatic switch over. It shall be possible to monitor the status and active communication path at any time. Ethernet switch shall be physically redundant. Failure of one of the redundant cables shall not degrade system performance. Communications error checking techniques shall be incorporated so that the probability of an undetected single bit error occurring is one in 100 million. Communications system configured as redundant shall either use the backup path continuously or check the backup path at least once per minute to determine if it is operating normally. Failure or planned shutdown of any one device connected to the communications network shall not affect the ability of the system to communicate with any other device on the network. 3.3

CONTROLLER SUB-SYSTEM:

The necessary hardware like I/O cards, processors, electronics etc. for the successful control of process shall be quoted as required for meeting specifications and achieving functionality mentioned in the NIT. The loading sheet indicating the distribution of controller and I/O cards for the specified I/O counts shall be furnished. QUANTITY : AS REQUIRED FOR I/O COUNTS. 3.4 OPERATOR STATION (3 Nos.) / ENGINEERING

STATION (1

No.)
All Operator / Engineering station computers shall be DELL POWEREDGE 2900 SERVER PC only or its advanced version with 24 LCD monitor. CPU of Operator stations/ Engineering Station shall have following configuration a) Processors: Latest/Dual-Core Intel Xenon b) Chipset: Latest/Intel 5000X c) RAM Memory: 4 GB d) Integrated/ Add-in-controllers: RAID controller for 5 Hard Drives

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e) Drive Bays: Support for up to 8 3.5 SAS or SATA hot plug hard drives, Peripherals bay for tape drive plus one Combo CD-RW/DVD-ROM f) Hard Drives: 3.5 high speed, not less than 250 GB, hot-plug hard drives g) Network Interface Card: Shall support redundancy h) Power Supply: 110/230 VAC, hot Plug redundant Power but RCF will provide 230V AC UPS Power Supply at single point. Each 24LCD console shall have its own individual station electronics i.e. each LCD station shall be a node on the main highway. Hi-resolution graphics/text monitors Mouse shall be provided as cursor pointing device. All Consoles shall be with dedicated keyboard. Each Keyboard shall have a set of dual function user configurable keys. These keys shall be configured to access important pages in single key stroke. v) Set point/ Output tolerance check- If Set point of a controller and its output in manual mode is changed by 10% or more than its previous value system shall have facility to warn the operator and ask for confirmation for such change and shall be software configurable. vi) Each operator / Engg. Station shall have an access to global data base. vii) Operator shall not have the facility to exceed the predefined Setpoint HI and set-point LO (tag wise). This security shall be available tag wise and shall be configurable. viii) Any single point failure shall not stop the plant operation and offered system shall have true redundancy to overcome this. ix) Furniture: Furniture required for operator station shall be included in the offer. It shall be of Rittal make and of best quality. Individual metallic cabinet per operator/engineering station with heat dissipation fans with conveniently bigger space for CPU shall be available inside the enclosure. Station Failure Security Failure or disconnection of a station shall not affect the operation of any other device on the communication system. Page 41 of 120 i) ii) iii) iv)

Main Electrical switch The main electrical power switch shall be provided. A receptacle with a breaker shall be maintenance work.

provided

for

Internal wiring Incoming and out going cable /wires to or from to or from the panel, or both, shall terminate at the terminals mounted in the panel. All internal wiring after terminals shall be completed by the DCS vendor. Grounding As a minimum, safety grounding and signal grounding shall provided with a grounding strip. Wire identification wire identification shall be provided with the same system as the DCS. Spares Switch with fuse for power supply Terminals 3.5

be

numbering

20% :

20%

REPORTS AND PRINTERS

This section details the general requirements for system reporting functions and reporting printers. Report Package: a) The contractor shall provide utility packages of application programmes to generate report formats using a conversational, fill-in-the blank approach. b) Software programming shall not be required to generate reports. c) It shall be possible to use any variable in the system in a report. d) It shall be possible to activate report on the following bases: i. On demand (operator's request) ii. Shift, daily and monthly iii. Event driven e) It shall be possible for all reports to be displayed on a station screen as well Page 42 of 120

as printed on a report printer. f) Reports to the same device are to be queued. g) It shall be possible to configure a User Defined report to accept manually entered data for specified fields. Report Printers: Printers used for report generation shall be dedicated for printing reports only. Printer shall be latest B/W Network, LaserJet printer of HP make. Vendor shall specify offered make & model. Vendor shall confirm the model no from RCF Alarm and Event Printer Printer shall be latest Colour Network LaserJet printer of HP make. Vendor shall specify offered make & model. Vendor shall confirm the model no from RCF Print out shall show as a minimum the date, description, date and time of occurrence, time of acknowledgment, time of return to normal. Event logging such as operator actions. Printer shall be provided with cover and furniture for installation. 3.6 STORAGE DEVICES a) USB hard disk of size 500 GB for data backup b) RAID 5 configuration Hard Disk: Storage capacity as required but not less than 250 GB. If higher capacity is required same may be offered. c) DVD R/W drive: Required d) Main memory RAM : Not less than 4 GB . e) CPU : 64 bit 3.7 MISCELLANEOUS Necessary cabinets, interconnecting cables between marshalling racks to all their sub-systems, console mounts and furniture, etc. shall be provided by vendor as per specifications mentioned in the NIT. Inter connection cables: a) Cables for analog I/O : 0.5 mm2 stranded tinned

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b) Power supply cable PVC sheathed, conductor as c) Digital output cable:

2.5mm2, 3 core solid conductors, Size of the required. 1.5 mm2 stranded tinned copper, PVC insulated, PVC sheathed.

3.8 SYSTEM INTEGRITY FEATURES The system shall have inherent integrity to prevent damage to equipment or adverse effects on the process arising out of system or component failures. These features shall be explained in the offer.

3.9

CABINETS
General Requirements

The following cabinets shall be separately provided for Concentrated Nitric Acid Plant & Sulphuric acid Plant for the DCS: a) Marshalling / Relay cabinets: Relays with base shall be individual pluggable type (Omron / Paramount) b) System Cabinets for mounting of Controllers and I/O cards. c) Power Distribution Cabinet to house switches, step down transformer for 24 VDC supplies and circuit breakers for electric power supply for DCS and power supplies etc. Type and construction All cabinets shall be of M/s Rittal make only. Cabinet's framework shall be provided and standardised in accordance to the following: a) Dimensions/appearance and colour in accordance with system cabinets: Vendor to specify b) Frameworks: Self-standing type, min. 2.3 mm thick CRCA steel plates, with channel base c) Painting cycle In accordance to Mfr. STD - Colours to be defined in P.O. d) Cables entry - From the bottom

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e) Cabinet access - From rear & from front with locked doors complete with keys. f) Copper grounding bars. As a minimum, safety grounding and signal grounding shall be provided with a grounding strip. g) Terminals-Weid Mueller / phoenix h) Cables fixing through cable glands of SS 304 material. i) Service power socket with 240 V 50 Hz 500 Watt and 110 V AC. j) Forced Ventilation from top of the cabinets is required for all the cabinets. k) Internal Light: Duplex fluorescent type complete with switch (on/off) 230 V, 50 Hz. l) Incoming and outgoing cables/wires from and to the cabinets shall terminate at terminals in the cabinets. All these internal wiring, termination and interconnection between cabinets, DCS cabinets and panels shall be executed by Vendor. m) Wire identification shall be provided with the same numbering system as the DCS. n) Reference standard -CENELEC or equivalent Indian/ Internationally recognised std. valid in India. o) Cable ducts - Dedicated for power, IS signal and non-IS signals. Cable ducts shall be of plastic with cover (150 mm) sized to allow loading coefficient of 80%. p) Execution: IP 50 or better, these shall withstand environmental conditions specified elsewhere. q) Spare terminals : Min. 25%

r) Spare switch with fuse for power supply : 20% s) Lifting eye bolts (4 Nos. per cabinet) required. 3.9.1

MARSHALING CABINET

Existing field cable terminations in present Marshalling Cabinet will be de-terminated and same cables will be terminated in new Marshalling Cabinets. Hence, location of the new Marshalling Cabinets shall be at the present location, as mentioned in the sketch given in Page No.5.

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3.9.2

POWER DISTRIBUTION CABINET

Purpose of such cabinet is to allow power distribution from UPS(230 V 50 Hz) to DCS system cabinets. Cabinet will be organised in standard modules such as 230 VAC UPS supplies, 230 VAC utility supplies, 24 VDC. Each module will allow the placing of 10 feeders each one consisting of 10 MCB. Each cabinet is rated for standard modules. MCB shall be double pole type. It shall be designed according to the following requirements. a) Type and construction shall be as per 3.10.2 b) A proper protecting cover shall be provided at the terminals c) Main isolating switches for each primary supply by others shall be provided. d) Miniature Circuit Breaker (MCB) for all equipment, to DCS, peripherals, the panels, etc. e) Rating and Set of trip of MCB shall be decided by the vendor with due consideration of max. load, inrush current and heat dispersion. f) 10 % spare MCB to be provided. g) Name plates showing tag number or equipment number for each MCB. h) 1 Ammeter with fuse and 4-20mA analog output, CT operated & 1 Voltmeter with fuse and 4-20mA analog output and 1 Digital Frequency meter with fuse and 4-20mA analog output. All these analog outputs shall be connected to the system as inputs. i) 1 Power on lamp indication j) cooling fan k) Fuse rating shall be decided during detailed Engg. l) Incoming cables shall be terminated on dedicated bus bar from which individual circuit shall tap the power. No looping of any kind is permitted. Isolation for each circuit shall be through two pole MCB. m) Wiring by solid copper conductor cable with 1100v grade PVC insulation. Cable conductor sizes shall be as per feeder rating. n)Terminals shall be of PVC and type, Weid Mueller/phoenix make, DIN rail mounted. Terminal sizes shall be as per current rating. Power Supply Cabinets of both plants shall be installed in place of existing cabinets.

3.10 SYSTEM POWER SUPPLY AND EARTHING/SHIELDING DETAILS

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3.10.1 Power Supply The power supply for the entire system will be provided by the purchaser from an uninterrupted/stabilized power supply of 230VAC 10% (50 Hz 3%) at one point as single phase supply with neutral connected to ground. Where other voltages are needed, for instance 110VAC/24VDC. etc., this must be generated by power supply units which will be within the scope of supply of the system supplier. These Power Units shall be Redundant and separate for Concentrated Nitric Acid plant & Sulphuric Acid Plant. The manufacturer shall ensure complete redundancy (hot standby type) & distribution in power supply of different sub systems like I/O / controller cabinet, 24LCD monitor, other hardware units etc. Complete power supply distribution shall be through minimum 4 power supplies with capability to supply 40%of normal supply current, so that, in the event of failure of one power supply, other power supplies can keep power uninterrupted. Power shall be distributed amongst three phases of 230 VAC UPS. Also current drawn by each power supply shall be indicated. Whenever any power supply fails, the status of the same shall be updated on System Status Alarms summary with an audible alarm. All redundant power supplies shall be wired so as to be truly redundant and shall draw supply from separate sources. In case of failure of any one supply source the power to the system shall be available from the redundant source and the redundant power supply. Load shall be equally distributed on the redundant power supply distribution. Power supply of 24 VDC to field devices shall be routed through separate redundant REGULATED POWER SUPPLY of 24 VDC. Vendor shall provide a power distribution cabinet to which the purchaser shall supply the bulk power as mentioned above. The distribution cabinet shall also include an isolation transformer. All further distribution including cabling to each cabinet are included in the vendors scope of supply. It is desired that each card/ instrument (smallest consumer) be provided with a separate switch/fuse unit with a common monitor circuit breaker for each cabinet. This shall ensure that as far as possible fault in any of minor components shall be isolated at that level itself instead of affecting other connected boards. Vendor shall also include in their scope power supply and cabling for auxiliary devices like annunciators, printers plotters, Winchester drives etc. Page 47 of 120

Total CUMULATIVE current load for solenoid valves shall be 1 A for 24 VDC Vendor shall furnish following details related to power supply: a) Total power supply requirements (including auxiliary devices, peripherals, etc.) in VA and KW. b) Recommended fuse rating and specification for the two feeders from UPS at the UPS end. c) Main circuit breaker specification at the PDB supplied by vendor. d) Total max. heat load of control system. e) Single line diagram for the power distribution panel. 3.10.2 Earthing/ Shielding Details The vendor shall design and provide earthing as per the "Protecting Earthing System" according to IEC rules and the "Reference Earthing System" required for functional purposes. The two systems will be completely independent. Common earthing system is not acceptable. Even when OEM does not have different system for earthing, DCS supplier shall have to opt for dual earth pit concept. There shall be no common point even at the "Main Earthing Terminal" which is connected to an earth electrode. Shielding of signal cables shall be within scope of the vendor. Copper strip/bar of suitable thickness shall be used as earthing strip. Design, supply of material, digging of pit, supply and laying of earthing cables and installation of the earthing system shall be responsibility of the vendor. The earthing specifications and details shall be supplied by the vendor. 3.11 SIGNAL TRANSMISSION AND GALVANIC ISOLATION 3.11.1 Isolation The system I/O cards shall have built-in galvanic / opto-isolation feature for all the signals to be interfaced with the field instrumentation. Isolation shall also be provided between each of the channels in the I/O cards. Each node on the system shall also be isolated from the effects of any malfunction. The system shall also be protected from external high voltage disturbances and lightning, etc.

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3.11.2

Grounding

All the grounding requirements shall be in the scope of the vendor. Vendor shall submit grounding scheme for power ground, signal ground and system ground. a) AC safety ground and instrumentation circuit ground shall conform to NEC, Article 250. b) The AC safety Ground bus shall be directly bolted to the cabinet without the use of insulators. c) A 35 mm 2 screw type compression connector shall be provided on either end of each ground bar for interconnecting with other ground buses or to the Instrument System Ground Node (ISGN). d) Ground buses inside termination cabinets shall be made of solid copper measuring normally x 1 in, suitably drilled and tapped for screw terminals and wire lugs, or fitted with screw type compression lugs.

e)

The ground bus bars shall be labelled as follows:

I.AC SAFETY GROUND for all exposed metal surface of cabinets, racks, chassis GND connections, etc. Individual wiring interconnections shall be minimum 1.5 mm 2 copper wire, green or green with yellow tracer or green with yellow tracer insulation. II.SHIELD CONNECTION for connecting cable and wire shields Interconnections between shield consolidation points and the bus bar shall be minimum 1.5 mm 2 copper wire, green or green with yellow tracer insulation. III.DC REFERENCE GROUND(i.e. for all DC analog / digital commons). Interconnections between DC common consolidation points and the bus bar shall be minimum 1.0 mm 2 copper wire, insulation to be green or green with yellow tracer. 3.12 MAINTENANCE 3.12.1 Maintenance tools and aids

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The system shall provide suitable diagnostic procedures for trouble shooting. Any card failure / abnormality shall be indicated on the operator console as well as on the printout. The supplier CAN provide maintenance tools such as the following : a) Card extenders b) Special purpose cables c) Testing jigs for trouble-shooting all types of cards d) Diagnostic software e) Diagnostic software instruction manual f) Any other tools/instruments required for diagnostics g) Adequate maintenance / service manuals, including circuit diagrams, trouble-shooting procedures, test point/signatures etc. H) Anti static gloves 3.12.2 Maintainability The system shall be modular and shall be easily maintainable. The variety and number of cards shall be minimum. It should be possible to change the cards on-line without the need to power-off the card and without affecting the functioning of the system. 3.13 SYSTEM ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS 3.13.1 Control Room The DCS and the cabinets will be installed in the control Room building. The System layout shall be finalised with due consideration of plant operation, vendors recommendation and the space available. The Control Room building is provided with air conditioning. The system shall be designed to work in the existing environmental conditions as listed below : Temperature : 10 to 40 C Relative Humidity : 40% to 80% non-condensing 3.13.2 Ergonomics The design of the entire system, including racks, monitors, keyboards, peripherals, colour scheme and layout shall be ergonomically sound and shall conform to ISA standard / NEMA standard. 3.14 RF INTERFERENCE Page 50 of 120

There shall not be any adverse effect in the system functioning due to R.F. interference from VHF transreceiver sets being used in the vicinity / factory premises. The vendor shall state the requirements such as distance , output power, frequency etc. of normal radio equipment (walkie-talkie) from control room instrumentation. 3.15 GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR HARDWARE/ENGG All system cables shall be multi stranded prefabricated with plug in connector secured well with clamps shall be provided. All terminals shall be of reputed make such as Weid Muler, Phoenix. Wiring terminations shall be with lugs. All termination strips of field all field instruments shall have fuse of appropriate rating. All DO termination strips shall have blown fuse indicating LEDs. All power termination shall have Perspex cover to avoid accidental touches. Power supply system shall be designed in such a way that by removal of any unit other units functioning shall not be affected. 3.16 TEST AND INSPECTION BY THE VENDOR Inspection of steelworks, finish, equipment, wiring, name plates and maintenance and functional testing of power distribution circuits, alarm circuits, and instrument loops, shall be as a minimum be performed by the vendor, prior to customers witnessed inspection. 3.17

CUSTOMERS WITNESSED INSPECTION

The vendor shall produce detailed test procedures for review prior to final acceptance test by purchaser. Any documentation for hardware and software shall be completed and available for the test, in addition to the purchasers reviewed test procedure. 3.18

FACTORY ACCEPTANCE TEST(FAT) OF DCS

In addition to the vendors standard test procedures, a factory acceptance test (FAT) shall be performed with the purchaser present at the vendors works. The FAT is intended to fully demonstrate that the DCS system have been made correctly and completely in accordance with all manufacturing, assembly and software configurations and that the system performance with the system specifications. The vendor shall provide standard FAT procedures and submit it to the purchaser for

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approval. The satisfactory completion of the FAT shall be a prerequisite to system shipment. The test shall include a) Mechanical built and finish quality b) equipment and subsystems inventory c) System recovery from short and long term power failures. d) Operation of all peripherals. e) Check on system redundancy, e.g. failure of cards and software alarm test. f) Complete functional check to demonstrate that the system operates in a manner as defined in this specification and relevant documents, based on all equipment of the system connected together, input/ outputs fully simulated. g) Configuration Test : Network configuration, Database configuration, Application software h) The vendor shall note that the grade of the FAT shall be in Ready for Operation once the FAT is completed. 3.19 ON-SITE ACCEPTANCE TEST (OSAT) OF DCS The OSAT will be conducted after system installation on site and is intended to assure that no damage occurred to the system during shipment, that the system is correctly installed and that the system requirements are satisfied when connected to live field inputs/outputs. The Vendors engineer will attend this inspection at site.

3.20 INSTALLATION, TESTING & COMMISSIONING


Vendor shall offer the services of the installation team which shall carry out installation of equipment in the control room, laying the interconnecting cables inside control room, testing and commissioning of the system. All technical personnel deputed on site by vendor shall be fully conversant with the supplied system and offered software package. Vendor shall provide separate engineering station/ laptop along with separate license to his engineering personnel so that his activities related to DCS system commissioning do not hamper the work of plant personnel. These shall be provided on temporary basis till installation & commissioning of DCS is completed, after which the vendor may retrieve them.

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Vendors responsibility at site shall include all activities necessary to complete the job as per specifications including following: a) Installation of all DCS equipments in control room. b) Cabling of all power/ signal & system cables between different sub-systems. c) Safety earthing of all panels to earth pits. d) Mounting of all hardwire instruments in various cabinets. e) Mounting, wiring & termination of all free issue items given by RCF. f) Powering up the system, loading the system configuration carrying out internal loop checks for inter loop checks for inter-connection. g) Loop checking simulating with field instruments. h) Field tests i) Commissioning and on-line debugging of the system j) Performance of final acceptance test k) Submission of AS BUILT drawings. 3.21

LOOP CHECKING

a) Loop check shall be carried out by the vendor including checking interconnection configuration and over all system functioning. b) Loop checking shall be carried out to check the functional performance of all elements comprising the loop and thereby ensuring proper configuration, functioning and interconnection. c)All field instruments connected to control room shall be loop checked at 0%,25%,50% & 100% of FS (For both increasing and decreasing signals) d)Vendor shall co-ordinate for smooth & proper loop checking. Any discrepancy found during checking shall be brought to notice of RCF Engg.-in-charge. All loop checking shall be performed in his or his authorised representatives presence. All observations shall be recorded in suitable format and shall be submitted for approval.

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CHAPTER - IV INFORMATION FROM DCS VENDOR

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INFORMATION FROM DCS VENDOR


VENDOR TO FILL UP FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND SUBMIT ALONG WITH THE QUOTATION: RCF REQUIREMENT TO BE FILLED BY VENDOR. (VENDOR SHALL FURNISH DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT PROVIDED INFORMATION) VENDOR SHALL PROVIDE ALL/ ADDITIONAL DATA IN DETAIL AS MENTIONED IN FOLLOWING SECTION NO. 6.1

1 GENERAL REQUIREMENT 1.01 VENDOR DISCLOSURE Vendor name: Model No.: Year of introduction of the offered system for commercial use: Any system introduced in the market after this model: No. of trained personnel available with vendor, experienced in installation, commissioning & operation of the system: Nos. of identical systems supplied in India or abroad: Address of users & their phone, fax nos.: Vendor's organisational profile: Vendor's financial status: Capacity utilisation projection for coming one year: 1.02 VENDOR'S COMMITMENT No additional cost implication for any hardware & software additions by vendor of their own to the functional requirement without any change of scope by client.

YES / NO

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Supply of spares for 15 years from the date of supply of system. Period (no of years) for which technical support shall be available to be mentioned. System should not become obsolete for 15 years.

YES / NO

2 SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE 2.01Architecture conforming to DCS NIT. Vendor to indicate deviation & submit their architecture. 2.02 The communication shall be open as per OSI guidelines 2.03 Nos. of OSI layers supported by the system 2.04 Proprietary hardware & software 2.05 System shall be open w.r.t. to compatibility& interchange ability at any period of time. Any old component can be replaced with upgraded one without any software change or hardware connection and slot modification. 2.06 Distributed database 2.07 Open operating system 2.08 SYSTEM HEALTH Automatic switch over from primary to secondary bus. Automatic retries in the event of errors. Dual power for Operator/Engg. station CPUs System level fault diagnosis. 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 3.1

3.1, 3.2

3.1, 3.2

YES / NO YES / NO YES / NO YES / NO

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Status indication of all devices on the communication bus with history of errors. 2.9 CONTROLLER HEALTH Input over or under range. Computational check & error CPU bus time out. Watch dog timer error Power supply status & error detection. Automatic change over from primary to secondary controller by automatic error detection. 3 DATABASE Single/multiple/distributed Database manager Database type Database name Database access 4 ETHERNET TCP/IP LAN FOR PROCESS CONTROL Details of Ethernet (including Fibre optic network) communication with maximum number of nodes 5 OPERATOR STATION 5.01 Quantity : 3 nos 5.02 CPU Make: DELL Model: Poweredge 2900 server grade Processors: Latest/ Dual-Core Intel Xeon Chipset: Latest/ Intel 5000X RAM Memory: 4GB Integrated / Add-in controllers: RAID controller for 5 Hard drives Drive Bays: Support for up to eight 3.5" SAS or SATA hot plug hard drives; Peripheral bay for tape drive plus one Combo CD-

YES / NO

2.1

2.8

1.3, 1.5.1, 3.2.1

2.4

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RW/DVD-ROM

Hard drives: 3.5" high speed, not less than 250 GB, hot-plug hard drives Additional storage: Network interface card: Shall support redundancy Power supply: 110/230 VAC Hot-plug redundant power, but RCF will provide 230 VAC Power Supply Operating systems: Latest Microsoft Windows 5.03 MONITOR No of monitors: 3 nos total Screen size: 24 LCD Make: Dell Model: Key board: Dell USB optical Mouse: Dell USB optical 5.04 Table Top Furniture: 3 nos 6 ENGINEERING + OPERATOR STATION 6.01 Quantity : 1No 6.02 CPU Make: DELL Model: Poweredge 2900 server grade Processors: Latest/ Dual-Core Intel Xeon Chipset: Latest/ Intel 5000X RAM Memory: 4GB Integrated / Add-in controllers: RAID controller for 5 Hard drives Drive Bays: Support for up to eight 3.5" SAS or SATA hot plug hard drives; Peripheral bay for tape drive plus one Combo CDRW/DVD-ROM 2.5

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Hard drives: 3.5" high speed, not less than 250 GB, hot-plug hard drives Additional storage: Network interface card: Shall support redundancy Power supply: 110/230 VAC Hot-plug redundant power, but RCF will provide 230 VAC Power Supply Operating systems: Latest Microsoft Windows 6.03 MONITOR No of monitors: 1 No. Screen size: 24 LCD Make: Dell Model: Key board: Dell USB optical Mouse: Dell USB optical 6.04 Table Top Furniture 1 Nos. 7 PRINTERS 2.4.3, 2.4.5, 3.5

7.01EVENTS & ALARMS PRINTER (Qty:1) Make : Hewlett Packard Model: B&W Printer Type : Laserjet Printer table Spare Cartridge 7.02 REPORT & TREND PRINTER (Qty: 1) Make : Hewlett Packard Model: Colour Printer Type : Laserjet Printer table Spare Cartridge set Note: Vendor shall confirm the model no from RCF Page 59 of 120

8 SOFTWARE & HMI

2.4.9, 5.2, 5.8.2, 5.8.3

8.01 SOFTWARE 1) STANDARD FEATURES a) Operating system b) Display Developer c) Alarm Management d) Report Management e) System Diagnostics f) Engineering station functionality g) Self documentation h) Other software offered by vendor i) Loop built up facility j) Graphic built up facility k) Network configuration facility l) On-line addition deletion m) History report of maintenance n) Logging report of load/save facility o) Historical documentation o/p p) Monitoring of system operational status q) Software revision management r) Detailed diagnosis of fault cause. s) System start up support t) Database backup/recovery facility u) Hard disk back up to & from system database facility 2) APPLICATION SOFTWARE including complex loop software 3) ADDITIONAL SOFTWARE : Documentation software 4) Details of all licences required for operator station/engineering station/trends/historisation /all tags/displays/reporting etc shall be furnished in offer 2.4.9

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8.02 STANDARDISED SCREEN DISPLAY AVAILABLE IN THE SYSTEM PER STATION Overview display Nos of pages ) areas for overview Nos. of plant groups/area Nos. of loops/area Display of process status on overview Display of critical/non critical alarms trips differentiation on overview Alarm per point Screen area in overview display in lines/column Memory space allocated for overview display 8.03 GROUP DISPLAY Nos. of group/page. Total nos. of pages available for group display Group display shall contain bar graph display of individual loops, their digital values & status display. Auto/manual/remote selection for any loops or all loops shall be possible from group display. Set-point & alarm adjustment of any loop possible from any display. 8.04 GRAPHICS DISPLAY Time for graphics display Interactive graphic No. of dynamic variables on each page Scrolling/rolling facility in any direction Continuous in both axis/or limited scrolling Nos. pages/group with rolling display Digital display/bar display/curves/key field control fields/notes facility from graphic pages Full scale display of any partial display from any screen.

2.4, 2.5

2.4, 2.5

2.4, 2.5

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Max. symbols available from symbol set. Nos. of symbols /system ISA symbols & primitives Graphic build up from operator console/ENGG station. Memory available for graphics Multi window facility for graphic &pop up window Dynamic change in graphic Alarm display on current viewing page. Single key operation to go to affected graphic page. 8.05 HISTORICAL AND REAL TIME CURVE DISPLAY No. of recording points or curves assignable at a time per system Facility of cursor or marker on the curve to pinpoint value at any pt. on the curve. No. of recording points or curves assignable per system No. of recording points or curves assignable per OPERATING system CONSOLE No. of TREND BLOCKS per system PER SCAN RATE No. of TREND BLOCKS per CONSOLE FOR ALL SCAN RATES No. of TREND GROUPS per system PER SCAN RATE No. of TREND GROUPS per CONSOLE FOR ALL SCAN RATES 8.06 REAL TIME TREND No. of recording points or curves assignable at a time per system. Max. no. of curve field or graphs per screen display and per Main memory resident programs or disk resident Capacity in MB trending 2.4, 2.5

2.4, 2.5

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8.07 MESSAGE DISPLAY Alarm message display Nos. of alarms per page. Nos. of latest alarms on graphic page. Max. nos. of alarms store on system. 8.08 OPERATOR'S GUIDE MESSAGE DISPLAY Nos. of messages per display Total nos. of messages stored. Message length Memory allocation for messages 8.09 REPORTING & LOGGING Free memory space available for user defined report & logging formats Facility of automatic printout at user defined report & logging formats Facility for automatic printout at user defined time intervals Post trip event logging Facility of printout at any time manually as desired by user. Calculated variables for totals, minimum& averages. 10 CONTROLLER SUBSYSTEM 10.01 CONTROL PROCESSOR & I/O PROCESSOR Make, Model Clock speed Single/redundant 10.02 I/O SUB SYSTEM Nos. of analog 4-20 mA dc input card. Nos. of analog I/Os output cards Nos. of Thermocouple Input Cards Nos. of RTD Input Cards Nos. of digital inputs Nos. of digital outputs

2.4, 2.5

2.4, 2.5

3.5, 2.4.5, 2.4.6

2.1, 3.3

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Redundancy at I/O level 10.03 POWER SUPPLY Redundancy Field transmitter power supply 10.04 CONTROL SYSTEM SPEED Closed loop Open loop Digital I/Os 10.05 MAIN MEMORY Capacity in MB(RAM) 10.06 CONTROLLER CAPABILITIES Nos. I/Os handling capacity Algorithms, Complex loops Nos. of closed loop processing Nos. of open loop processing Note : CPU loading should not exceed 50% 10.07 CONTROLLER SOFTWARE FACILITY control Selection Dynamic compensation Computational Logic Alarm & analysis Sequential control 11 CABINETS 11.01 CABINET GENERAL SPECIFICATION Size Painting Fabricated from cold rolled steel sheet Cabinet drawing to be attached with offer Nos. of cabinets Front & rear opening Ventilation fan Page 64 of 120 3.9 3.1

Panel illumination Terminals MAKE Type of cabinet 11.02 NOS. OF CABINET OFFERED a) System cabinet b) Power distribution cabinet c) Marshalling / Relay cabinet

12 CALCULATION & SIZING DETAILS WITH OFFER. Controller CPU loading Power consumption Bus loading Heat dissipation rate by system (for A/C system sizing). 13 Earth Pit & Grounding: 3.10.2 & 3.11.2 2.9.

14 ON-LINE HELP System configuration details Maint. manuals /procedures Software and its features Process manual including P&I Diagram DELL server grade machine PRINTER 15 TRAINING System Engineers Group: The training shall be for 40 man-days, in 3 batches, at the Vendors Works. Operation Group: The training shall be for 35 man-days, in 8/9 batches, at the Vendors Works.

5.6

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16 Comprehensive AMC: Post Warranty Comprehensive AMC for 10 years, for the entire DCS, including bought out items, on yearly basis.

5.7.7

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CHAPTER - V SCOPE OF SUPPLY & SUPPORT SERVICES FOR DCS SYSTEM

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SCOPE OF SUPPLY AND SUPPORT SERVICES:


5.1

SCOPE OF WORK

5.1.1 General The present supply shall include a) System configuration & application software for all equipment part of present supply. b) System standard documentation (manuals) both hardware and software in 6 sets c) Project documentation intended as documents specifically produced for the present project in 6 sets. d) Control room engineering documentation necessary for interwiring of all cabinets or devices part of present supply. e) System full functional test in factory. f) Training courses as decided elsewhere in this NIT. g) Comprehensive Maintenance contract h) Start up assistance. i) Grounding system j) Interconnecting cables under the scope of DCS vendor, special cables and their terminations. k) Laying of ETHERNET cable by dual redundant fibre optic cable for Operating Stations. Fibre optic cable shall be routed through PVC conduit individually. Each redundant cable shall have a separate PVC conduit with different route for cable laying. l) All installation, functional checking, commissioning activities in the control room. This shall include the replacement of defective units. m) Any other hardware / software necessary to make system complete and functionally operative. n) Overall loop checking between control room and field inst.

5.1.2 The supply shall exclude a) All civil works b) All installation activities in field.

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5.2 SCOPE OF HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE: The scope of order shall include the design, supply transportation, installation and commissioning of the hardware and software system as mentioned in Annexure-1 and defined in Chapter 1 to Chapter 4 as well as other related tools and services mentioned in this section. Notwithstanding the specification given in the NIT and related documents, the supply, installation and commissioning shall include all items and services required for completeness and satisfactory performance of the system. The scope of the vendor shall include, but not be limited to the following.

1)Supply of necessary hardware and software as mentioned in the functional aspects of the system, technical specifications including accessories such as cabinets, mounting arrangement, stands, table tops etc. wherever necessary. 2) At least 20% spare capacity with hardware shall be built in the system to enable the user to configure the system for future requirements. 3) Interconnecting cables, power supply cables, earthing strips wherever required in the system within and up to battery limits (control room area except where specifically mentioned) shall be supplied and laid by the vendor. 4) The vendor shall be responsible for transportation and storage of the system and any part thereof until acceptance of the system by the purchaser. 5) Inspection at site along with purchaser after the receipt of the system shall be carried out by the vendor. 6) Erection, commissioning and successful operation of the system up to the stage of acceptance. 5.3

SUPPLY OF BOUGHT OUT ITEMS

The supply of bought out items shall be of standard make. The supplier shall take prior approval from RCF before deciding the make of bought out items. 5.4 DOCUMENTATION

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The supplier shall submit documents and manuals, in English, which shall be comprehensive and provide sufficient information for efficient operation, maintenance and use of the system. This includes, but not be limited to, the following: A) To be supplied with Bid : Number of cabinets and drawings and weight Number of consoles with layout and dimensions Power consumption - Sensibility to Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) (Walki-talkies and control room equipment) Type of special cable, if any. Suppliers technical standard documentation for hardware and software products included in the offer. Time schedule for engineering, procurement and testing. List of final documentation with samples of the items which are not covered by first 7 points mentioned above. Description of the function of each program. This shall include the logic configuration requirements and constraints and subprograms used, memory map and special characteristics. Input and output details of each program. Listing of assembled programs with label and symbol tables in assembler/compiler language.

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individual units up to component level. List of software and system flow chart. Documentation of all application software such as flow charts, symbol library, reports, generated messages, basic software, graphics etc. Flow of programs for the supervisory controls if any. Software manual for data-base management, process management, graphics, utilities, realtime operating system, process management software, languages etc. Concise ready reference manuals shall be provided for operations, maintenance and software. All the above documents shall be supplied in 6 sets. Apart from documents listed above, the vendor shall provide documents as listed in the Table 5.1. 5.5

MAINTENANCE TOOLS AND AIDS:

The vendor shall include in the scope of supplies the maintenance tools and aids. 5.6 TRAINING The training shall cover complete education of all aspects of the DCS system. The training program shall be divided to impart training to two different groups. a) b) System Engineers group Operation group

Training shall be imparted in India only (for two different groups): at the regular training centre of the vendor (with charges) The tentative details of these are shown below. a) System Engineers Group: The training shall be for 40 man-days, in 3 batches, imparting in depth knowledge of the system for maintenance and system configuration/modification in future. The training shall be conducted at the Vendors Works. b) Operation Group: The training for 35 man-days imparting knowledge of complete operation of the DCS system.

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5.7

SUPPORT SERVICES:

5.7.1 Support Capability The supplier shall be capable of providing support services of a very high order. RCF shall have the right to check-up the supplier's support performance from independent sources. The supplier shall indicate the organisation, manpower and other resources of customer support division. The supplier shall produce documentary evidence of support from the principal for a period of 15 years. The address of the principal may also be mentioned. 5.7.2 Software And Documentation Updates Any changes, revisions, de-bugging patches, etc. to the systems and application software shall be provided to RCF on a continuous basis as and when they are released/ developed by the vendor or the principal manufacturer. Also updates to documentation shall be provided. 5.7.3 Hardware/firmware updates The vendor shall undertake to keep RCF informed about any development in the hardware/firmware versions. This shall be obligatory on the part of the vendor. Any developments arising out of shortcomings of the systems in the performing its designed task shall be carried out by the vendor at RCF's site in the form of regular engineering charge orders free of cost including hardware and deputation of vendor's engineer to site. The revisions brought out for enhancement of performance shall be made available to RCF. The supplier / principal shall have RCF on their mailing list for all software, hardware and firmware updates and developments. 5.7.4 Spares availability

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The vendor shall ensure stocking of spares within the country and the same shall be made available on demand within a period of 24 hours. The supplier shall further ensure the availability of all spares for at least 15 years from the date of acceptance of the system. The supplier shall furnish a certificate to this effect from their principal.

5.7.5. Personnel Support Services: The vendor shall make available whenever necessary, the services of the specialists at RCF site within 24 hrs. from the time of communication, telephonic or otherwise. 5.7.6 Deputation of vendor's engineer: 1) The supplier shall guarantee availability of one engineer at site (within 2 hours) during first two months of guarantee period free of charge starting after the commissioning of the DCS system of the plant. 2) The engineer posted shall be the one who is involved in executing the technical aspects of the system from the initial stage. The engineer shall assist the purchaser in maintenance and upkeep of the system including all necessary liaisons with the vendor offices and personnel. The resident engineer shall also impart on-the-job training to RCF's operation and maintenance staff. 5.7.7 Comprehensive Annual Maintenance Contract The supplier shall furnish charges for comprehensive maintenance of the entire DCS including brought out items on a yearly basis for a period of 10 years post warranty. The maintenance arrangement will be applicable post warranty for period of 10 years. During the warranty period and Comprehensive AMC periods, problems in software such as bugs, etc. shall be patched at no extra charge. The Comprehensive AMC services shall include the following: a) Emergency calls: As per requirement.

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b) Preventive maintenance: c) Annual shutdown maintenance:

1 Man-day per Half Year. 2 Man-days per Year.

TABLE 5.8 DOCUMENT SCHEDULE


Vendor shall provide the following final documents in English. In case of certificates etc. which are not in English, Translation of the same shall accompany the certificates. All documents shall be A4 or A3 size only. These documents shall be supplied for DCS P = PRINT F= CD = CD ROM

Sr. No.

Description With bid

COPIES REQUIRED For Approval PRINTS

COPIES REQUIRED Certified Final Prints

COPIES REQUIRED Certified Final F/CD

1. 2.

Technical Catalogs, specs & data sheets System configuration Drawings

4 4 4 4 1

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3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

9.

10.

Controller sizing details Bill of Material List of Spares for commissioning. Power consumption and heat load Deviation List Milestone charts with network schedule including a) Cabinets / Racks b) Base frames c) Other issues System Configuration Manuals System Operation & Maintenance Manuals Description

4 4 4 4 4 4

4 4 4 4

4 4 1 1

Sr. No.

With bid

COPIES REQUIRED For Approval PRINTS

COPIES REQUIRED Certified Final Prints 4

COPIES REQUIRED Certified Final F/CD 1 1

11. 12.

13.

14. 15. 16.

17.

Manuals for bought out items Power Distribution Diagram, GA & Internal layout Cabinet/ Console GA & Internal layout, Interconnection cable routing I/O Assignments I/O Rack loading diagram I/O Card Terminal Board Loading Diagrams Data and I/O communication bus

4 4 4

4 4 4

4 4 4

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18. 19.

20. 21. 22.

23. 24. 25.

26.

interconnection Diagrams System grounding Diagrams Loop diagrams showing all terminal details Internal Wiring diagrams Interconnection Cable Schedule Network configuration& Definition Database Configuration Custom Graphics Software Schemes for Control /Interlock Logic FAT Procedure Note:

4 4

2 2

2 2 2

4 4 4

2 2 2

2 4 4

4 4 4

2 2 2

CDs for above documentation - 2 sets

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CHAPTER - VI PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA AND DCS SYSTEM ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

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6.1 PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA FOR VENDORS The Vendor shall be pre-qualified based on following criteria: (Vendors are required to submit the following information with documentary evidence along with the un-priced commercial bid for the prequalification of the tender) A. Corporate Record: a. Name, address, telephone & fax nos., email address b. History and structure of Organisation c. Name of Directors and Chief Executive / Partners along with addresses and contact nos. B. Financial Status: a. Annual Reports of company for the last 3 years including the year ending 31st March 2010 b. Solvency Certificate from bankers of minimum value of ` 90/- Lakhs c. Excise / Sales tax / VAT registration numbers (TIN No.) and PAN Nos. for Indian Vendors only. d. PF / ESIC Nos. if applicable for Indian Vendors only. C. Past Performance / Experience: a. Vendor shall have experience of supply, installation & commissioning of complete DCS & working successfully in a complete continuous process plant, in Fertilizer or Refinery worldwide during last 3 years. Offers from Vendors with only part supply of DCS to a section of any of these plants shall not be accepted b. Vendor shall have experience of having successfully completed at least 3 orders of value not less than ` 90 Lakhs each during last 3 years. Vendor shall submit reference list consisting of following: i. Name of Project ii. i/o count iii. P.O. reference and date iv. Contractual Delivery v. Actual Delivery vi. Certificate from user regarding satisfactory performance of supplied DCS system shall also be enclosed c. Vendor shall be OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) for the offered DCS for design, manufacture and supply of system hardware & software together. Offers of System House/ Integrator/ Franchise shall be not accepted. d. The Vendor shall have support and training service available in India with all test / facilities in-house. In addition, the Vendor's organisation details regarding staffing, especially customer support shall be included.

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6.2

DCS SYSTEM ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

RCF shall accept the DCS system before clearing SD/PBG only after successful & timely compliance of following criteria: a) The DCS system with all subsystems including hardware, software communication systems, auxiliaries have been supplied, installed and commissioned to the satisfaction of

RCF. b) Training has been imparted to RCF's personnel as stipulated section 5.6 in

c) All the documentation as given in Section 5, table 5.1as well as those required for complete comprehension of the system has been delivered. d) All services as mentioned in Section 5 are complied vendor. with by the

e) All other activities, whether stipulated in this NIT or not, but which are necessary for meeting the requirements of DCS system have been completed by the vendor or by any sub-contractor of the vendor. f) In case the supplier uses 2 year spares stocked by the purchaser for commissioning of the system, the date of acceptance of the system shall be counted from the date these spares are returned by the supplier to the purchaser.

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CHAPTER - VII CONDITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS OF BIDDING

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CONDITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS OF BIDDING


7.1 LANGUAGE: All correspondence and manuals/documents shall be in English language. 7.2

CORRESPONDENCE:
in

All correspondence from the supplier shall be forwarded duplicate to: The Chief Materials Manager(P) Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd., Chembur, Mumbai-400 074 (M.S.) Tel.: 022 2552 2748 Website: www.rcfltd.com

No correspondence, unless asked for, shall be entertained relating to technical or commercial points after the bid closing date. Any such correspondence is liable to be treated as invalid. 7.3

PRE-BID VENDOR'S VISIT TO THE SITE

The vendor if required may visit R.C.F, Chembur, Mumbai, site and inspect the site and conditions before submission of bids. 7.4

ACKNOWLEDGMENT TO NIT

Acknowledgment of Invitation to Bid is required by telex/cable/fax as soon as possible. The Bidder shall approach RCF for any clarification in writing, telex, cable/fax which shall however not relieve the bidder of any of the obligations stipulated in the NIT. 7.5

DELIVERY TERMS AND PERIOD

The DCS system shall be dispatched by air/road after the system checkout tests at the Vendor's / principal's work.

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The installation of the new systems shall be done during the shutdown of the plant. Erection activities shall commence before the shutdown for those part of the system or sub-systems for which shall not interfere with the existing system or operation of the plant. The supplier shall plan his erection activities so as to complete it in the shortest possible time. The installation of the new system shall in any case be done in a period not exceeding continuous 10 days. The vendor shall give a detailed network schedule and milestone chart for the supply, erection and commissioning of the system and status updates on weekly basis. The logical sequence of activities for installation of new system during shutdown shall be clearly indicated in the network. 7.6

WARRANTIES AND GUARANTEES

The supplier shall guarantee that all material, goods, spares and software supplied are of best design, material, components and workmanship and that the goods are new, of the latest manufacture and free from any defect. If any defect or bug is found in goods or software, and the defect is attributable to the supplier, then goods shall be supplemented, repaired or replaced by the supplier and all related expenses shall be borne by supplier. In the event of delay by the supplier, RCF shall reserve the right to rectify the same at risk of the supplier and the cost shall be backcharged to the supplier. The entire system shall be guaranteed for minimum period of 30 months from the date of supply or 24 months from the date of installation. In case of repair/replacement of any requirement or sub-system or part thereof during the warranty period, the replaced equipment or subsystem or part shall have a further warranty for a period of 24 months from the date of repair/replacement. All software shall be guaranteed against bugs for all times. Replacement of spares during the warranty period shall be free of charge. All the services provided under an AMC shall also be provided during the warranty period of 2 years. 7.7 PRICES

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The vendor shall quote on all inclusive lump-sum value for the complete system. Detailed break-up of prices along with unit rates for each item/different items/services shall also be indicated to facilitate adjustment of lump-sum value in the event of changes made by the purchaser form NIT specifications. Offers without item wise break-up of prices are liable to be rejected. Changes in lump-sum value shall be considered only in case of changes made by the Purchaser. The vendor is advised to check and ensure that all items are included in the offer and the lump-sum value quoted. In any case, it is deemed that the vendor has studied the NIT documents in their entirety and no increase in lump-sum value shall be permissible, if the NIT specifications remaining unchanged, vendor claims at a later date items are omitted on account of whatsoever reason. The offer shall be in Indian Rupees, however the extent of customs duty component shall be indicated. In case of a import content, the CIF value is to be indicated in foreign currency. Bids are liable to be rejected if the CIF value is not indicated. 7.8 PAYMENT TERMS RCF's standard payment terms as given in the "Standard Terms and Conditions" shall prevail. 7.9 SUBMISSION OF BIDS Bids shall be submitted in quadruplicate and shall be typewritten or printed. The bids shall be submitted in three separate parts as follows: a)Technical bid This shall contain the detailed technical offer and specifications in accordance with the requirements and specifications given in NIT. Deviations from the stipulated specifications shall be clearly indicated. Alternate specification/configurations, if any shall be indicated with explanatory notes on how these would comply with the functional requirements. The technical bid shall also contain a technical summary in the same sequence and number/sub-number of the sections included here in, the compliance and deviations from specifications and requirements in summary form. This shall be such as to have a one-to-one correspondence with the sections 1 to 5 of this NIT and shall indicate the overview of entire offer. These bids without the technical abstract sheet

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as stipulated here are liable to be rejected at the sole discretion of the purchaser. In addition to the technical summary, the vendor shall also fill the technical abstract as given in Attachment Abstracts 1 to 3. I. II. III. FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF DCS: 2.3.5 CONFIGURATION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF DCS : 3.2.1 INFORMATION FROM DCS VENDOR: 5

b) Unpriced Commercial Bid This shall contain the Earnest Money Deposit and copies of the unpriced commercial bid, which shall be identical to priced commercial bid with prices left blank or duly blanked out. Following items shall be separately incorporated in standard commercial & unpriced commercial bid format given by purchase dept., Price of DCS Installation & commissioning Training Post warranty Comprehensive AMC for 10 years with yearly prices a) Commercial bid with prices

This shall contain price details both lump sum and item wise break-up including duties, taxes insurance, levies and other applicable to the order. The three parts of the bids as listed above shall be sealed in three separate envelopes each marked clearly on the cover the as to the content i.e. Technical, Unpriced Commercial, Priced Commercial etc.

Bids which are not accompanied with Technical Summary and Technical and Commercial abstracts are liable to be rejected. The sealed envelopes should be properly identified with the NIT and due date and brief description. Bid shall be submitted with all accompaniments and supplementary information and no documents having implications on price shall be entertained after the last date of receipt of bids. All bids shall be signed by the bidder's representative on each page of the bid, except for printed catalogues and brochures meant for general information. Page 84 of 120

Bid will be opened in two stages: firstly the technical bids/unpriced commercial bids and subsequently the priced commercial bids. Factors other than price may form the criteria for evaluation of bids at the discretion of the purchaser. In the event of a bid being conditional or ambiguous, RCF shall reserve the right to reject the bid at their own discretion, without assigning any reason thereof. 7.10 LIQUIDATED DAMAGES These shall be as per the standard terms and conditions of RCF. 7.11

OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Standard terms and conditions of the NIT are enclosed in the two following documents: a) Instructions to Bidders. b) General terms and conditions. All other terms and conditions which are not specifically stipulated in this document shall be as per the clauses in the 'Instructions to Bidders' and 'Standard Terms and Conditions'.

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CHAPTER - VIII OVERVIEW OF SCOPE OF SUPPLY

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Following Table lists briefly the generic items which are required in minimum for, but are not limited to, the scope of supply for CNA Group of Plants DCS at RCF, Trombay. A HARDWARE ITEMS QTY UNIT OPERATING STATION SERVER GRADE MACHINE OF DELL MAKE, POWEREDGE 2900 MODEL OR ADVANCED, WITH 24" DELL MAKE LCD MONITOR, OPTICAL KEYBOARD & MOUSE, ETC. ENGINEERING CUM OPERATOR STATION SERVER GRADE MACHINE OF DELL MAKE, POWEREDGE 2900 MODELOR ADVANCED, WITH 24" DELL MAKE LCD MONITOR, OPTICAL KEYBOARD & MOUSE, ETC.

NO.

NO.

LATEST HEWLETT PACKARD (HP) MAKE BLACK & 1 WHITE ALARM & EVENT NETWORK LASERJET PRINTER LATEST HEWLETT PACKARD (HP) MAKE COLOUR REPORT & TREND NETWORK LASERJET PRINTER FURNITURE FOR HOUSING OPERATOR/ ENGINEERING STATIONS, RITTAL MAKE AND OF BEST QUALITY. INDIVIDUAL METALLIC CABINET PER OPERATOR/ENGINEERING STATION WITH HEAT DISSIPATION FANS WITH CONVENIENTLY BIGGER SPACE FOR CPU SHALL BE AVAILABLE INSIDE THE ENCLOSURE FURNITURE FOR HOUSING PRINTERS RITTAL MAKE POWER DISTRIBUTION, SYSTEM, MARSHALLING CABINETS DCS CONTROLLER & FIREWALL CARDS, INPUT OUTPUT (I/O) CARDS, CONTROLLER & I/O CARD MOUNTING FILES, RELAYS, TERMINATION PANELS/ ASSEMBLIES,TERMINAL STRIPS, BUS BARS FOR POWERN AND GROUNDING, POWER SUPPLYS AND HUBS/ ROUTERS/ SWITCHES.

NO.

NO.

NO.

6 7

2 VENDOR SPECIFIC

NO. NO.

VENDOR SPECIFIC

NO.

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ALL TYPES OF MARSHALLING, I/O TERMINATING, POWER, GROUNDING, INTERNAL COMMUNICATION, NETWORK COMMUNICATION CABLES PVC COATED GI CONDUITS WHEREVER REQUIRED. SOFTWARE ITEMS LICENSE & SOFTWARE OF OPERATOR STATION PERFORMING PLANT MONITORING & CONTROL OPERATIONS, VIEWING & CONFIGURING HISTORY ASSIGNMENT, TRENDS, GROUP DISPLAYS, EVENTS AND TUNING PARAMETERS OF ALL TAGS AS WELL AS FOR STORING HISTORY & EVENTS DATABASE.

VENDOR SPECIFIC

MTR.

QTY

UNIT

NO.

LICENSE & SOFTWARE OF ENGINEERING CUM OPERATOR STATION FOR STORING HISTORY & EVENTS, SYSTEM, CONTROL AND PLANT DATABASE AND PERFORMING ALL ENGINEERING ACTIONS LIKE CONFIGURATION, DEVELOPMENT, DELETION OF ALL SYSTEM ENTITIES LIKE TAGS, LOGICS, NETWORK & NETWORK CONSTITUENTS, GRAPHICS, HISTORY SETTINGS, EVENT SETTINGS, SECURITY AND USER 1 PERSONALITIES & PASSWORDS, BACKUPS & LOADING OF SYSTEM, CONTROL AND PLANT DATABASE ALONG WITH PERFORMING PLANT MONITORING & CONTROL OPERATIONS, VIEWING & CONFIGURING HISTORY ASSIGNMENT, TRENDS, GROUP DISPLAYS, EVENTS AND TUNING PARAMETERS OF ALL TAGS. LICENSE AND SOFTWARE OF LATEST MICROSOFT OFFICE SUITE LICENSE AND SOFTWARE OF LATEST NORTON / MACAFFE ANTIVIRUS SERVICES 4 4

NO.

3 4 C 1

NO. NO.

PRICES FOR 10 YEARS COMPREHENSIVE AMC TO BE LINED UP AFTER END OF GAURANTEE PERIOD

INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING OF COMPLETE DCS AT CONTROL ROOM

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TRAINING CHARGES

Note: The scope of supply necessary to meet the detailed technical requirements mentioned in other sections of this NIT document shall prevail overall and shall be strictly complied with.

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ANNEXURE-II Tender No. PRESS/DC ME 40522

INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS FOR SUBMISSION OF OFFER.

You are requested to submit the offer in three different envelopes as explained below. a) 1st envelope having EMD for Rs. 55,750/- Kindly super scribe this envelope as EMD for tender No PRESS/DC ME 40522 b) 2nd envelope having full technical details as per RCF requirement in the enquiry with clear listing of deviations. Kindly super scribe this envelope as TECHNICAL BID for tender No PRESS/DC ME 40522 c) 3rd envelope having all commercial terms and conditions along with the bid abstract sheet duly filled and signed. The deviations should be indicated clearly with reasons. Kindly super scribe this envelope as UNPRICED COMMERCIAL BID. for tender No PRESS/DC ME 40522 This envelope should also contain the photocopy of price bid with prices blanked out. d) 4th envelope containing price bid along with commercial terms and conditions. Please note that the commercial terms and conditions in the price bid should be in line with the bid abstract sheet filled and signed by you. Kindly super scribe this envelope as PRICE BID for tender No PRESS/DC ME 40522 All these envelopes should be put in a big cover mentioning the tender No. and the submission date on it. All the individual envelopes should also have specific content, tender No. and submission date on It, along with the name, address and contact number clearly mentioned on them. NOTE: 1) Quote the Lowest basic price exclusive of excise duty, sales tax and octroi. 2) All payments due to vendor shall be released only after submission of bank guarantee and the receipt of confirmation of the same from your bank. RCF shall not be responsible for the delay in making payment on account of any discrepancy in bank guarantee or late receipt of confirmation.

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ANNEXURE-III BID ABSTRACT SHEET TENDER NO. PRESS/DC ME 40522


COMMERCIAL CLAUSES
EARNEST DEPOPSIT MONEY

RCFS REQUIREMENT

No.
1

TO BE FILLED BY THE BIDDER


Submitted Submitted /Not

BIDDER HAS TO SUBMIT EMD EITHER IN THE FORM OF DEMAND DRAFT IN FAVOUR OF RCF LTD., PAYABLE AT MUMBAI, FOR RS 55,750/- OR VALID NSIC CERT. Without which offer will not be considered. FOR RCF CHEMBUR % / RS. EXTRA / INCLUSIVE IN BASIC PRICE % EXTRA / INCLUSIVE in basic price / NOT APPLICABLE. ALSO CONFIRM THAT EXCISE INVOICE OF RS. SHOULD ACCOMPANY THE SUPPLY % OF VAT APPLICABLE EXTRA / INCLUSIVE in basic pr % OF CST APPLICABLE EXTRA / INCLUSIVE in basic price % / RS. AS EXTRA / INCLUSIVE in basic price SERVICE TAX ON TRANSPORT EXTRA %/INVCLSIVE % EXTRA / INCLUSIVE in basic price %. EXTRA / INCLUSIVE / NOT APPLICABLE. IF IT IS BORNE BY BIDDER, PROOF OF OCTROI RECEIPT IS REQUIRED. (Incase OCTROI is not applicable, the name of supply point shall be mentioned) AS PER ENQUIRY

AGREED / NOT AGREED

2 3 4

PRICE BASIS PACKING FORWARDING: EXCISE DUTY &

5 6 7 8

VAT TAX TRANSPORTATION INSURANCE OCTROI

QUANTITY OFFERED 9

AGREED AGREED
PART QUANTITY ORDER

/
/

NOT
NOT

10

AGREED AGREED

11

DELIVERY TO RCF STORES FROM THE DATE OF LOI / PO PERIOD FOR INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING FROM THE DATE OF SITE READINESS

WEEKS
WEEKS
DAYS (UPTO DT. )

12

OFFER SHOULD BE VALID UP TO 120 DAYS FROM THE LAST VALIDITY OF OFFER DATE OF SUBMISSION OF TENDER, (MENTION THE DATE UP TO WHICH YOUR OFFER IS VALID) LATE DELIVERY FOR SUPPLY OF MATERIAL: LATE DELIVERY CLAUSE IS APPLICABLE FOR THE DELAYED DELIVERY @ 0.5% PER WEEK OF DELAY TO MAXIMUM 5 % OF PO VALUE. (NON ACCEPTANCE OF LD CLAUSE WILL LEAD TO LOADING YOUR BASIC PRICE BY 5%) LATE DELIVERY FOR INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING ETC.: LATE DELIVERY CLAUSE IS APPLICABLE FOR THE DELAYED DELIVERY @ 1 % PER WEEK OF DELAY TO MAXIMUM 10 % OF PO VALUE. (NON ACCEPTANCE OF LD CLAUSE WILL LEAD TO LOADING YOUR BASIC PRICE BY 10 %) GUARANTEE/ WARRANTY FOR A PERIOD OF 24 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF INSTALLATION / COMMISSIONING OR 30 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF SUPPLY WHICHEVER IS EARLIER.

AGREED / NOT AGREED


AGREED/NOT AGREED

13

14

AGREED / NOT AGREED

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16

16

18

SECURITY DEPOSIT CUM PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE CLAUSE: SUCCESSFUL BIDDER WILL HAVE TO SUBMIT THE SECURITY DEPOSIT AS PER CLAUSE NO. 5.0.00 OF NIT WITHIN 15 DAYS FROM RECEIPT OF PO IN THE FORM OF DEMAND DRAFT OR BANK GUARANTEE AS PER RCF FORMAT FROM RCF APPROVED BANKER COVERING PERIOD FOR DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING. THE SAME WILL BE CONVERTED INTO PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE BY EXTENDING THE VALIDITY OF ABOVE GUARANTEE COVERING THE PERIOD OF 24 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF COMMISSIONING OR 30 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF DELIVERY WHICHEVER IS EARLIER.PBG SHOULD BE VALID FOR 36 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF DELIVERY. FIRM PRICE CLAUSE: PRICE SHALL BE FIRM TILL THE EXECUTION OF THE CONTRACT. ANY STATUTORY CHANGE WITHIN CONTRACT PERIOD WILL BE BORNE BY RCF. (Price should be firm else offer will not be considered) PAYMENT WILL BE MADE WITH IN 30 DAYS FROM THE RECEIPT SUBJECT TO ACCEPTANCE OF THE MATERIAL (IN CASE OF NOT ACCEPTANCE OF ABOVE PAYMENT TERM KINDLY MENTION YOUR PAYMENT TERM. LOADING FOR THE PAYMENT @ 12 % PER ANNUM PAYMENT WILL BE MADE FOR ADJUSTING TO 30 DAYS CREDIT.) TERMS: FOR INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING : PAYMENT WILL BE MADE WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER SUCCESSFUL COMMISSIONING ONLY YOU HAVE SUBMITTED & UNDERSTOOD ALL THE TECHNICAL DETAILS INVOLVING SCOPE OF SUPPLY, INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING AS PER ANNEXURE ENCLOSED WITH THE ENQUIRY PHOTO COPY OF PRICE BID but WITH PRICES BLANKEDOUT IS ATTACHED WITH THE TECHNICAL BID.(Pl note that this is in addition to Bid Abstract and photo copy only and not duplicate print out shall be submitted. INSTALLTION AND COMMISSIONING CHARGES TO BE QUOTED AS LUMP SUM AND SEPARATE FROM MATERIAL CHARGES. SERVICE TAX IN % IF APPLICABLE FOR INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING PORTION SEPARATE ORDER SHALL BE PLACED VIZ. FOR SUPPLY PUR CHASE ORDER AND FOR INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING WORK ORDER FOR THE WORK ORDER INCOME TAX WILL BE DEDUCTED AT SOURCE AS PER PREVAILING RATES. INSURANCE OF PERSONNEL CARRYING OUT INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING SHALL BE TO YOUR ACCOUNT. Pl give your consent for payment through ECS duly filled & signed the enclosed format for ECS payment. Bank Account No. If the payment not be made through ECS reason for the same. Whether the party is under micro/small/medium enterprises Act 2006 ( Pl furnish the proof) Excise classification under which the material will be cleared by vendor ( In case of spares classification of the main equipment declared by vendor

AGREED / NOT AGREED

AGREED / NOT AGREED

AGREED / NOT AGGRED

AGREED / NOT AGGRED

YES / NO

19

Submitted/Not submitted
Quoted /Not quoted

20

21 22

% AGREED / NOT AGGRED

23

AGREED / NOT AGGRED

24 25 26 27 28 29

AGREED/NOT AGREED Agreed/Not agreed

NOTES: 1.Please give separate list for deviations, if any. 2.Please fill up this sheet and confirm all the above points. 3.Incase you are unable to quote, please send regret letter.

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RASHTRIYA CHEMICALS & FERTILIZERS LTD. (Government Of India Undertaking) NOTICE INVITING TENDER GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS ANNEXURE IV 1.0.0 Definition The term CONTRACT shall mean and include the Notice Inviting Tender (NIT) the Instructions to TENDERER, the Tender, Letter of Intent accepting the tender in part of full, Special and General Terms and Conditions, Directions, and comments conveyed in writing, the Purchase Order or Work Order, and its subsequent variations if any, r any other authorized CONTRACT documents, and those general and special conditions that may be added subsequently or such other documents, drawings, specifications as may be prescribed. The terms CONTRACTOR, shall mean the person(s), firm, company with whom, a CONTRACT has been entered into and shall be deemed to include their representatives, heir, executors and administrators, successors and permitted assignees of such person, person(s), firm or company. The terms RCF shall mean Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Limited having its Registered Office at Priyadarshini, Eastern Express Highway, Sion, Mumbai 400 022 and shall be deemed to include their successors and/or assignees, and shall include the Administrative and Executive Officers authorized to deal with all matters relating to the CONTRACT. The Term TENDERER shall mean the person(s), firm or company who offer(s) a tender or quotation duly signed in response t the invitation to tender issued by RCF and shall be deemed to include their representatives, heirs, executors and administrators, successors and permitted assignees to such person(s), firm or company.

Instructions for submission of Tender Every tender shall be made out in English, Hindi or Marathi language. All other information will also be supplied by the TENDERER in English, Hindi or Marathi language. Only one language will be used in the tender. In case of conflict the English version shall prevail. All amounts shall be indicated by TENDERER both in works as well as in figures. Whether there is difference between prices quoted in figures, and words, corresponding amount quoted in words shall prevail.

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Tenders should be free from overwriting. All corrections should be duly attested by the tenderers. Tenders should be signed by tenderer manually in long hand by person(s) who is/are legally authorized to sign on behalf of the person(s) or firm or company tendering and in case of firm/company, tender should bear its seal or stamp. The legal instrument of authority either in original or a certified copy thereof empowering the person(s) signing their tender, should accompany the tender. No oral, telephonic or telegraphic tenders or modifications in the tenders shall be considered under any circumstances. All tenderers are requested to submit their tenders STRICTLY as per the instructions given below. Tenders should either be submitted personally in the tender box at the Office of Chief Material Manager, Purchase Section, Administrative Building, Chembur, MUMBAI - 400 074, INDIA, or sent by Registered Post to the same address so as to reach well in advance of the closing date and time. The envelopes containing the tender should be superscribed with The Tender No. and Date of opening. Submission of Tenders Tenders are to be submitted in duplicate and should be type written. Tenders are to be submitted in triple sealed covers as follows: Technical part of tender: The first sealed envelope should contain all copies of technical details of the tender. The cover should be clearly marked Technical part of tender. EMD & Unpriced Commercial part of Tender. The second sealed envelope should contain Earnest Money Deposit and Copies of Unpriced commercial part of tender. The cover should be clearly marked Unpriced Commercial part of Tender. Commercial Tender with Price. The third sealed envelope should contain all copies of the Commercial part of the tender with Price details. The cover should be clearly marked Commercial part of tender with Prices. All the three envelopes should be put into an outer envelope duly sealed. All these four envelopes should be properly superscribed with our Tender No. and Due Date and Brief Description and the Name of the CONTRACTOR for proper identification. 2.0.00 Clarifications

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2.0.01 In case clarifications are required on invitation to tender the TENDERER shall approach RCF in writing well before the opening of the technical part of the tender, and RCF will provide the information required in writing. However, failure to receive any addendum or clarification shall not relieve the TENDERER of any of the obligations stipulated in the invitation to tender. 2.0.02 The invitation to tender with annexure and all attachments will be considered to have been read, understood and accepted by the tenderers unless otherwise specifically stated by them in writing well before the scheduled opening of the technical part of the tender. 2.0.03 The terms and conditions as embodied in the CONTRACT shall be final and any other terms mentioned in the suppliers tender but not included in the CONTRACT shall be deemed as rejected by RCF. 3.0.00 Tender opening 3.0.01 Tenders will be opened in two stages Part I Technical & Unpriced Commercial part of the tender. Part II Commercial part of the tender with prices. 3.0.02 The Technical and Unpriced Commercial part of tender (part-I) will be opened on the prefixed date in the presence of TENDERERS (only public tenders) and their representatives who desire to attend the tender opening. 3.0.03 The Commercial part of tender with Prices (part-II) shall be opened in public (only public tenders) after the corresponding Technical and Unpriced Commercial part of the tender are scrutinized and possible clarifications obtained from such tenderers as may be required so as to bring the tenders at part technically. 3.0.04 Based on clarification, the TENDERER may be asked to submit if required, revised sealed commercial part of the tender with prices (Part-II). 3.0.05 Tenderers will be given adequate notice regarding date and venue of public opening. EARNEST MONEY DEPOSIT Earnest Money Deposit (amount as mentioned in invitation to tender) should be furnished in the form of a demand draft payable at Mumbai drawn in favour of Rashtriya Chemical and Fertilizers Limited. Any request to adjust Earnest Money Deposit out of the tenderers running bills or pending payments will not be considered and the tender will be treated as without Earnest Money Deposit.

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Tenders without Earnest Money Deposit or with the Earnest Money Deposit in a manner other than in what is mentioned above are liable to be rejected at the discretion or RCF. Government of India Undertakings, Small Scale Industries Registered under single point registration with National Small Scale Industries Corporation and RCF Ancillary Units are exempted from the payment of Earnest Money Deposit. Forfeiture of Earnest Money Deposit. If for any reason whatsoever any TENDERER withdraws his tender at any time prior to expiry of the validity period or after issue of the Letter of Intent, Purchase Order, fails or refuses to execute the order or to furnish the security deposit for faithful performance of the CONTRACT within the stipulated time the amount of Earnest Money is liable to be forfeited.

Refund of Earnest Money Earnest Money Deposit will not carry any interest. Earnest Money Deposited by the unsuccessful tenderers will be refunded as soon as possible. Earnest Money Deposit of successful TENDERER will be refunded after the successful TENDERER furnishes the security deposit. 5.0.00 SECURITY DEPOSIT. The Security Deposit for proper & timely fulfillment of the CONTRACT has to be paid by every successful TENDERER. No exemption will be made. SECURITY DEPOSIUT FOR the first 10 lakhs 10% OF TOTAL ORDER VALUE(P.O value+ Work order value) and For the next Rs. 10 lakhs - 7.5%
of CONTRACT value For above Rs.20 lakhs - 5% SHALL

BE FURNISHED.

The CONTRACTOR will have to give security deposit as specified in the tender in the form of either a Demand Draft in favors of Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Limited payable at Mumbai, or by means of a Bank Guarantee as per RCFs proforma (attached as Annexure-VII) from any Nationalised/ Scheduled Bank. The Security Deposit shall be furnished to RCF, for a suitable period as prescribed by RCF in the tender. The Bank Guarantee should be forwarded by the CONTRACTORs Banker directly to RCF with the covering letter of the Bank. RCF reserves the right to insist on Security Deposit in the form of Demand Draft from any CONTRACTOR. 5.0.01 In case of foreign supply, the Bank Guarantee submitted by the foreign bank should be counter guaranteed/confirmed by State Bank of India, Commercial Branch, Swastik Chamber, Sion-Trombay Road, Chembur, Mumbai 400 071, India. The charges of the confirmation if any will be borne by the CONTRACTOR. Page 96 of 120

5.0.02 In the event of any breach of any of the terms and conditions of the CONTRACT or the CONTRACTOR neglects, delays or fails to perform the CONTRACT, RCF shall have the right to forfeit the security deposit. The security deposit shall not bear any interest. 6.0.00 PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE The CONTRACTOR shall provide Bank Guarantee for performance, in case of is specified in invitation to tender, equivalent to value of security deposit for a period of 24 months from the date of acceptance at site or 30 months from the date of supply whichever is earlier (or as specified in invitation to tender). Security deposit can be converted into Performance Guarantee at the discretion of RCF. VALIDITY OF TENDERS. All tenders should be kept valid for acceptance for 120 days from the tender closing date unless otherwise specified in tender invitation. Tenders of lesser validity period may not be considered. In case of revised commercial tenders with prices (Part-II) for validity period, the date will be reckoned from the date on which revised commercial tenders with prices were opened.

TENDER INFORMATION Tenders should include inter alia the following information. Technical & Unpriced commercial part of tenders (part-I) Technical Part. a)- Invitation to tender No. b)- Scope of Supply. c)- Complete description of equipment/material supported by brochure, catalogue and/or other descriptive standard documents. d)- The TENDERER should undertake to give shop drawings of spare parts and main equipment to enable RCF to undertake repair and maintenance after installation at site. p)- A certificate that the technical tender is in total conformity with RCFs specification and if not the list of exclusions and/or deviations.

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q)- Fabrication schedule and a brief statement of activities and time estimate justifying the total delivery. II Unpriced Commercial part of tenders. a)- Invitation to tender No. b)- Earnest Money Deposit, Draft No. and date, Payee Branch of the Bank. c)- Terms of payment. d)- Guaranteed delivery period for each item e)- Places of manufacture with the address. f)- Statement that the liquidated damages or the force majeure clause of RCF and standard terms and conditions are agreeable. g)- Statement showing that the security and performance guarantee clauses, standard terms and conditions are fully agreeable. h)- Country of Origin. i)- Statement showing the date of expiry of agreement with the Labour Union of the CONTRACTOR. J)- Statement that shipping terms are defined by latest INCOTERMS. K)- Copies of commercial part of tenders with all prices duly blanked out. l)- Certificate showing that the offer is in total conformity with the terms and conditions as specified in the NIT. If not, list of all deviations should be given with proper justification. m)- Particulars relating to tenders as follows: 1)- Year of establishment. 2)- Name of Bankers. 3)- Certificate of CONTRACTORs financial status from Contractors Bankers. 4)- Name of the parties for whom similar orders have been executed earlier with their address and dates of equipment supplies and certificate from such companies/firms for the orders which have been executed.

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5) Latest Income tax Clearance Certificate/PAN No. (Photo Copy) In case RCF wants to see the original Income Tax clearance certificate, the same should be produced at short notice. 6)- Sales Tax Registration No., Sales Tax Clearance Certificate. If exempted from Sales Tax, exemption certificate. III Commercial part of tenders with prices (part-II) a)- Invitation to tender No. b)- Tender abstract sheet, c)- Price schedule as applicable. If required by RCF price schedule should be given as per RCF format. d)- Item wise price list of recommended spare parts. e)- Tenderers after sales service charges if any. f)- Certificate that prices are valid for 120 days from the tender closing date for placement of Purchase Order/work Order. g)- A certificate showing that the prices will be firm and valid during the CONTRACT period and not subject to any escalation whatsoever. 9.0.00 Currency and Country of Origin. 9.0.01 Currency. Tenderers shall submit the tenders either in the currency of their country or the currency in which they will be paid. However, in contracts for supply and installation of equipment, the tenderers should state the portion of the tender price relating to the Erection/Installation in Indian Rupees. Country of Origin. The tenderers will have to furnish information regarding the country of origin of the goods and works in their tender documents. Transmission of Tenders. All tenders should either be submitted in Tender Box in the office of Chief Materials Manager (Purchase), Administrative Building, (Ground Floor) Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd., Chembur, Mumbai 400 074, INDIA or sent by courier/ Registered post to the same address so as to reach well in advance of the closing date and time. In their own interest the tenderers are advised to notify the Chief Materials Manager by cable/telex, date and place of despatch of tenders, TENDERS RECEIVED AFTER CLOSING DATE ARE LIABLE TO BE REJECTED.

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11.0.00 Accompaniments. All tenders must be complete in all respect & should conform to all requirements set forth in the enquiry, annexure and attachments. The contents of the tender invitation, annexure and the attachments will be considered to have been read, understood and accepted by all the tenderers. Al deviations from the specifications set forth in the enquiry should be properly brought out in the Technical Tender. Compensation for submission of tender. Tenderers shall not be entitled to claim any costs, charges, expensed or incidentals for or in connection with the preparation and submission of their tenders even though Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers may elect to withdraw the invitation to tender or reject all tenders. 13.0.00 Pricing. Tenderers quotations must con-form in all respects to the applicable specifications, drawings, data sheets, terms and conditions of this invitation to tenders. TENDERER must certify that his quotation complies with all enquiry documents and specifications. Exceptions, and deviations if any should be specifically stated. In the event of the TENDERER not giving any exceptions and deviations in the tender then it will be construed that the TENDERER has accepted RCFs invitation to the tender in full. TENDERER may offer a supplementary or alternative proposal (viz his standard design) but in doing so he must state all deviations and/or exceptions to the bas tender. Generally a tender offering only the alternative solution is not accepted. Tenderers should quote unit and lump sum prices. The price so quoted should be all-inclusive and no claim for extras will be entertained. Tenderers should clearly indicate in the tender whether they are availing Modvat Credit or such other Credits or Duty Draw Backs. In such cases the TENDERER should stat in the tender that they have considered all such benefits for quoting their price in the tender. The Unit rate quoted in the tender will form the basis of compensation, if the scope of work is altered within mutually acceptable limit.

The tender shall be based on firm F.O.B/F.A.S. price and on reliable basis estimate of the freight cost from the port of loading to Mumbai Port should also be given.

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Where there are special shipment terms for ODC/heavy lifts covered by special freight CONTRACT which will have to be unloaded by ships own Derricks/Jumbo cranes destination port, price shall be on C & F terms only. The Indigeneous Tenderers shall quote free delivery at RCF Trombay site, and also give separately a reliable estimate of freight/transportation charges to site. 13.0.07 Tenderers are required to state the name of proposed manufacturers of every item of equipment which does not fall under their manufacturing range at the time of submitting the tender. All tenders shall be in the currency of the country from which the equipment and services are to be acquired. In case of: Tenders submitted jointly by Manufacture(s) located in India and Foreign Manufacturer(s). Tenders submitted by Manufacturer(s) located in Indian and Foreign subsupplier(s) and Tenderers submitted by Foreign Manufacturer(s) with sub-supplier(s), located in India. The tender documents shall be arranged to show separately the expenditure in Indian and Non-Indian currency. TENDERER shall quote all prices including percentages of total price in figures as well as in words. Where there is a difference between these, the rates given in words shall prevail. Erasures or overwriting of any kind in the tender may render the tender to outright rejection. Where necessary the original figures and words should be scored out and corrected figures and words written again. The TENDERER shall have to attest the corrections. 14.0.00 Price adjustment/escalation THE PRICE QUOTED SHOULD BE FIRM AND SUBJECT OT NO ESCALATION WHATSOEVER DURING THE ENTIRE CONTRACT PERIOD, except for Statutory Levies namely Excise Duty, Sales Tax and Octroi. Rate of Excise Duty, Sales Tax and Octroi, applicable on the date of submission of the tender should be clearly mentioned in the tender. Payment shall be made at the rates applicable at the time of supply against documentary evidence. However, in case of delay in supply, if there is any increase in statutory Levies RCF shall restrict the payment of Statutory Levies as prevalent on the delivery date, as mentioned in the Purchase Order or Work Order and amendment(s) thereto. TENDERER shall submit to RCF necessary documentary evidence as may be required to enable RCF to determine the rates of Statutory Levies applicable on the contractual delivery date.

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15.0.00 Agency Commission THE TENDERER should indicate the agency commission included in their offer payable to agents in India, if any. The agency commission shall be payable in equivalent Indian Rupees against separate invoice from Indian Agents within 30 days after receipt and acceptance of materials. 16.0.00 Tenderers Obligation. i)- To conform to the fabrication schedule provided by him so as to complete the work within the delivery period quoted. ii)- To notify RCF as and when inspections, including pre-shipment inspection are due and arrange rework, if any as a consequence of such inspection. iii)- Place goods along side vessel of dock in FAS and on board in case C&F, FOB tenders and deliver material free at our Trombay site in case of Indian tenderers. iv)- Provide RCF with clean on board Bill of Lading or clear R.R. v)- Make good any damage or loss or both, until goods are delivered alongside in FAS and on board in C&F and FOB contracts and in respect of Indian Contracts, until goods are delivered or until goods are delivered to carriers in case of exfactory delivery or until goods are delivered to RCF site in case of free delivery to RCF. vi)- Before submitting the tenders, the tenderers should satisfy themselves of all existing conditions, limitations and official regulation at the site of the work and enroute and the lows governing the CONTRACT. No claim whatsoever shall be entertained on the grounds of ignorance of site conditions and/or conditions prevailing in the surrounding areas. Standard & Measurements. Codes or standards equal or of higher quality than the codes or standards stipulated in the Invitation to Tender will be acceptable. Where a brand name with the phrase or equal have been specified in the Invitation to tender. TENDERER may quote for alternative articles or materials, which have similar characteristics and provide equal performance and quality to that specified.

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Metric system has been adopted in the preparation of all design, engineering, and drawing including piping and tubing schedules. The tenderers also shall follow the metric system. 18.0.00 Right of Acceptance & Rejection of Tender. RCF reserves the right to accept at their sole and unfettered discretion any tender for whole or part quantities or to reject any or all tenders without assigning any reason thereof. No claim for compensation etc., whatsoever will be entertained by RCF from unsuccessful tenderers. 18.0.01 Past Performance of the Contractors The Contractors whose past performance have been found not satisfactory, in the opinion of RCF, then, RCF reserves the right to refuse the tender documents, or reject the tender while opening or evaluating the tenders. The decision of RCF regarding performance evaluation shall be final. Splitting of Tender. RCF reserves the right to split the tender in parts and to award the contract in full or in parts.

20.0.00 Right of cancellation of CONTRACT. 20.1.00 RCF reserves the right to cancel this CONTRACT or any part thereof and shall be entitled to rescind the CONTRACT wholly or in part forthwith by a written notice to the CONTRACTOR if: 20.1.01 The CONTRACTOR does not adhere to any terms and conditions of the CONTRACT including General & Special, Terms & Conditions. 20.1.02 The CONTRACTOR fails to execute the job in time.

20.1.03 The quality of the supply/part supply received is poor or not in conformity with the requirement. The CONTRACTOR attempts for any corrupt practices. 20.1.05 20.1.06 creditors. The CONTRACTOR becomes bankrupt or goes into liquidation. The CONTRACTOR makes a general assignment for the benefit of

A receiver is appointed for any of the property owned by the contractor.

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20.2.00 Upon receipt of said cancellation notice; the CONTRACTOR shall discontinue all work on the CONTRACT and matters concerned with it. RCF in that event will be entitled to get the job executed from any sources and recover the excess payment over the CONTRACTORS agreed price, if any, from the CONTRACTOR. 20.3.00 RCF also reserves the right to cancel the CONTRACT due to Force Measure conditions and the CONTRACTOR will have no claim of compensation whatsoever. 21.0.00 Termination of CONTRACT for Convenience. 21.0.01 RCF may by written notice sent to the CONTRACTOR, terminate the CONTRACT, in whole or in part, at any time for their convenience. The Notice of termination shall specify that termination if for RCFs convenience, the extent to which performance of work under the CONTRACT is terminated and date upon which such termination becomes effective. The work that is complete, at the time of receipt of notice of termination shall be taken over by RCF at the CONTRACT terms and prices.

For the balance work RCF may opt: a)- to have any portion completed at the CONTRACT terms and conditions. b)- to cancel the reminder and pay the CONTRACTOR an agreed amount for material brought to site for execution of work 22.0.00 Correspondence. All correspondence in respect of this invitation to tender should be made in English quoting tender invitation reference number appearing on the front page. Correspondence should be addressed in duplicate to: Chief Materials Manager (Purchase), Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Limited, Administrative Building, (Ground Floor), Chembur, MUMBAI 400 074, INDIA.

23.0.00 Comparative Analysis of Tenders All tenderers, in whatever currencies they are will be converted into Indian Rupees for the purpose of comparison. The rate of exchange used for such valuation will be those published by the Reserve Bank of India and ruling on the date of opening of the price tender, unless there is abnormal change in the value of currencies before the award of CONTRACT. In such event the exchange rate ruling at the time of decision to notify the award of CONTRACT to the successful TENDERER will be used.

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Comparison will be made between Indian offers (competitive) and Foreign offers on the basis of the landed price. RCF may however, give a margin of price preference to Manufacturers located in India at its sole discretion.

To determine the best evaluated TENDERER, factors other than the price will also be taken into consideration. The following points will enter into evaluation. i)- Tenders quoting firm price will be given preference over the tenders prices subject to escalation. ii)- Guaranteed delivery period as stipulated in the invitation to tender. iii)- Technical Quality (efficiency, reliability and suitability) iv)- Terms of payment an Interest rate of 12% [cash credit + 1%] per annum or such other rate as decided by RCF from time to time will be used to compute the evaluation of prices in case of advance or progressive payments. v)- Tenderers experience in manufacturing similar equipment for similar duties and whether such equipments are in service and operating successfully at designed conditions. vi)- Maintainability and availability of maintenance assistance/support if India. vii)- Cost and availability of spare parts. viii)-Cost of vendors assistance in Erection and commissioning. ix)- Cost of expediting and inspection. x)- Tenderers guarantee (nature of warranty and warranty period). xi)- Compliance with tender terms, specifications, drawings and data sheets. xii)- Willingness to give shop drawings of spare parts and main equipments. xiii)- Tenders from Indian Public Sector Units. 24.0.00 Terms of payment.

24.0.01 Foreign Suppliers The material will be paid for the currency of the country of origin. Incase the CONTRACT stipulates erection at the Indian site the charges for erection will be

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paid only in Indian currency. Therefore, the TENDERER should clearly mention this amount in the tender. 100% payment shall be made through irrevocable letter of credit against submission of shipping documents and performance bond to cover defect liability period. The TENDERER shall have to furnish the name of their bankers for opening the letter of credit by RCF. Indigenous suppliers. RCFs normal payment term is payment within 30 days after receipt and acceptance of material at site, provided bank guarantee for performance if stipulated with the CONTRACT is submitted RCF may with hold payment to such extend as may be necessary to protect itself from loss on account of: i)- Defective work not remedied. ii)-Failure of the CONTRACTOR to make payment properly or for materials or for labour. iii)-Reasonable doubts that the CONTRACT cannot be completed with the balance CONTRACT. iv)-Damage to another CONTRACTOR or to RCF property and probable filing of claims. v)- For other reasons mentioned else where in NIT. 25.0.00 Advance payment. In case of large contracts if the CONTRACTOR essentially needs any advance payment then this should be clearly indicated in the Unpriced commercial part of the tender documents. If approved by RCF, such advance payment will be released only on furnishing of suitable bank guarantee as per proforma enclosed for an amount equivalent to the advance payment. AN INTEREST RATE OF 12% OR SUCH OTHER RATE AS MAY BE DECIDED BY RCF FROM TIME TO TIME WILL BE USED AT THE TIME OF EVALUATION TENDER. 26.0.00 Period for the completion of the CONTRACT. Time is the essence of the CONTRACT. The CONTRACT should be completed as per the time schedule given in the CONTRACT. The time schedule includes but not limited to time for submission of drawings for approval, incorporation of comments if any, final approval of drawing by RCF. However, if the approval of the drawing is delayed beyond 10 days from the date of receipt of RCF Office, corresponding extension in time shall be allowed provided CONTRACTOR gives a notice in writing that the approval in drawing is delayed and requests for

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extension of delivery period correspondingly. The CONTRACTOR shall furnish detailed PERT Chart indicating various events and activities, in his tender. CONTRACTOR shall submit to RCF their time schedule in respect of documentation, manufacture and supply of equipment, clearly indicating all main or key events such as material procurement, manufacturing activities, testing, documentation, delivery, transportation, erection, etc. RCF representative shall have the right to inspect the manufacturing activities at the CONTRACTORs premises with a view to evaluate the actual progress of work on the basis of CONTRACTORs time schedule given to RCF. RCF reserves the right to appoint third party inspection agency in addition to RCFs own inspection. All third partys inspection charge will be pad by RCF, unless otherwise specifically stated in the Purchase Order or Work Order. Notwithstanding the above, in case of the progress in execution of the CONTRACT at various stages is not as per the time schedule or is not satisfactory in the opinion of the RCF which shall be conclusive or if the CONTRACTOR neglects to execute the CONTRACT with due diligence and expedition or shall contravene the provision of the CONTRACT. RCF may give notice of the same in writing to the CONTRACTOR calling upon him to make good the failure, neglect or contravention. Should the CONTRACTOR fail to comply with such notice within the period considered reasonable by RCF and specified in such notice RCF shall have the option and be at liberty to take the CONTRACT, wholly or in part, out of the CONTRACTOR and make alternative arrangements to obtain the requirements and completion of the CONTRACT at the CONTRACTORs risk and cost and recover from the CONTRACTOR all extra cost incurred and agreed liquidated damages by the RCF on this account. In such an event RCF shall not be responsible for any loss that the CONTRACTOR may incur and CONTRACTOR shall not be entitled to any gain. RCF in addition shall have the right to forfeit Security/Performance Deposit in full or part.

Liquidated damages for late delivery

In the event that the CONTRACTOR fails to meet the time schedule agreed for submission of documents and/or supply of equipments or materials the CONTRACTOR shall pay the agreed liquidated damages. The agreed liquidated damages will be calculated on the total CONTRACT price including subsequent modifications if any, and price escalation, if contractual but exclusive of spare parts. In case of delay in supply of documents total price shall be reduced at the rate of 0.1% for complete week of delay subject to a maximum of 0.5% per document group.

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In case of delay in delivery of equipment/material including shipping documents price shall be reduced at the rate of 0.5% for complete week of delay subject to maximum of 5% of CONTRACT value. One weeks grace period will be granted in the calculation of the delay. Date of delivery is the date of clean on board Bill of Lading or date of clear R/R and in case of direct delivery to our Stores the date of receipt at Stores. Notwithstanding the above in the event of protracted delay in delivery, RCF shall reserve the right either to cancel the CONTRACT wholly or partially and make alternative arrangement at the risk and cost of the CONTRACTOR with a notice of seven days to the CONTRACTOR. 27.0.00 Inspection and Testing.

RCF shall have the option to appoint an Inspection Agency for stage and final inspection of the equipment/material ordered under the CONTRACT. All testing and trails including those carried out for material, whether or not manufactured by CONTRACTOR, shall be witnessed by our Inspector. All the test certificates in original as required shall be furnished by the CONTRACTOR. Along with the supply of the equipment/material. The CONTRACTOR shall arrange where ever necessary and applicable, inspection as per statutory provisions such as Indian Boiler Regulation, Indian Electricity Act, Indian Explosive Act, etc. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for arranging the visit of the Boiler Inspector Electrical Inspector, Explosive Inspector, or any such statutory authority for obtaining necessary clearance before the supply of equipment/material. The equipment shall be despatched only after the inspection and acceptance certificate issued by the Inspector in writing, unless otherwise provided for the CONTRACTOR. Copies of the inspection and acceptance certificates shall be sent to RCF along with the advance copies of the invoice. 28.0.00 SUB CONTRACT.

Written consent of RCF should be obtained before the work is sub contracted, in case the CONTRACTOR intends to employ SUB CONTRACTOR(s). Sub contracting shall not imply any limitation of CONTRACTORs liability to fulfill the CONTRACT. Should the SUB CONTRACTOR, in the opinion of RCF, appear to be unfit to carry out his part of the CONTRACT or the progress of the SUB CONTRACTORs work in such that the planned time of completion within the terms of the order is jeopardized, RCF shall have the right to instruct the CONTRACTOR in writing to terminate the SUB CONTRACT without notice or a short notice. This shall not give raise to any claim from SUB CONTRACTOR or relieve the CONTRACTOR from any of his contractual obligations and responsibilities.

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Disputes and Arbitration In the even of any question, dispute or difference arising under the CONTRACT, the same shall be referred to the sole arbitration of a person appointed to the Arbitrator by CMD, RCF. There will be no objection that the Arbitrator is in service of RCF that he had to deal with the matters to which the CONTRACT relates or that in the course of his duties as an employee of RCF he had expressed views on all or any of the matters in dispute or difference. The Arbitrator shall give a reasoned or speaking award. The award of the Arbitrator shall be final and binding on the parties to the CONTRACT. In the event of the Arbitrator dying, neglecting or refusing to act or resigning or being unable to act for any reason, it shall be lawful for the CMD. RCF to appoint another Arbitrator in place of outgoing Arbitrator in the manner aforesaid. The venue of arbitration shall be Mumbai. Transit Risk Insurance. All consignments under the CONTRACT, which are despatched to RCF, will be covered for Transit Insurance under RCFs Open General Insurance Policy with the underwriters RCF M/S IFFCO-TOKIO GENERAL INSURANCE CO. LTD.,3RD FLOOR,
ASRA BUILDING, 182, WATERFIELD ROAD,BANDRA (WEST), MUMBAI 400 050. TEL: 26506478/26405140/26404751 EXT.29 FAX: 26404969 KIND ATTN: MR. BISWAJIT MOHANTY, HEAD MUMBAI COMMERCIAL / MR. SWAPNIL BANIYA (M) 9820327579 (M) 9819791970 E-MAIL: BMOHANTY@ITGI.CO.IN SWAPNIL.BANIYA@ITGI.CO.IN

or such other Insurance Company as may be prescribed by RCF from time to time. Advance intimation of despatch of consignment(s) shall be given by the CONTRACTOR to our underwriters indicating there in the manner of despatch, nature of packing, weight and such other details as required for insurance coverage. The CONTRACTOR should ensure that the above information is forwarded under Registered Acknowledgement Due Letter, and acknowledgement received is kept in their record. The contractors shall also ensure that supply of material is adhered to as per CONTRACT and packings are as per specifications laid out under Marine Insurance Guidelines. CONTRACTOR shall assist RCF, Insurance Co., Surveyors, and any other coordinating agency appointed by RCF for early settlement of claim(s) if any. CONSIGNMENTS DESPATCHED ON CIF OR FREE DELIVERY TO RCF BASIS SHALL NOT BE INSURED AGAINST RCFS OPEN GENERAL INSURANCE POLICY. Indigeneous Suppliers. The consignment shall be insured for cost plus freight plus taxes if applicable, with the RCF M/S IFFCO-TOKIO GENERAL INSURANCE CO. LTD.,3RD FLOOR, ASRA
BUILDING, 182, WATERFIELD ROAD,BANDRA (WEST), MUMBAI 400 050.

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TEL: 26506478/26405140/26404751 EXT.29 FAX: 26404969 KIND ATTN: MR. BISWAJIT MOHANTY, HEAD MUMBAI COMMERCIAL / MR. SWAPNIL BANIYA (M) 9820327579 (M) 9819791970 E-MAIL: BMOHANTY@ITGI.CO.IN SWAPNIL.BANIYA@ITGI.CO.IN

or such other Insurance Company as may be prescribed by RCF from time to time. The Indigeneous Suppliers shall intimate the above underwriters in writing as soon as the consignment is despatched with despatch particulars. Foreign Suppliers. The consignment shall be insured against all the risks including SRCC from suppliers warehouse to warehouse of RCF with the above underwriters. Foreign suppliers shall intimate the above underwriters in writing as soon as the consignment is despatched from their works with despatch particulars. Taxes and Duties All taxes and duties should be shown separately in the tender where ever applicable. RCF is registered under Central Sales Tax Act as well as Maharashtra Sales Tax Act. Central or Maharashtra Sales Tax as applicable should be stated in the quotation. In case of CST C Form will be issued. Our CST No. is 400074 C.I. dated 01.04.96 and MST No. 400074 S I dated 1.4.96. Excise duty as applicable should also be clearly and separately shown in the tender. CONTRACTOR shall submit all original documents for payment of Excise Duty, Customs Duty, Octroi, etc. 32.0.00 Jurisdiction of Court

The CONTRACT shall be deemed to have been entered into at Mumbai and all causes of action in relation to the CONTRACT will thus be deemed to have been arisen only within the jurisdiction of the Mumbai Courts. Secrecy Any information derived or otherwise communicated to the CONTRACTOR in connection with the CONTRACT shall be regarded as secret and confidential and shall not without the written consent of the RCF be published or disclosed to any third party or made used of by the CONTRACTOR except for the purpose of implementing the CONTRACT.

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Law governing the CONTRACT

This CONTRACT shall be governed by the laws of Union of India for the time being in force. 35.0.00 Negotiations

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RCF may not conduct any negotiation for the tender as far as possible. However, RCF reserves the right to conduct negotiation if the conditions so warrant. 36.0.00 Other Requirements All tenderers should submit the following documents along with the commercial part of the tender. 1)- A certificate signed by Independent Chartered Accountant furnishing the names of any Associated Units of the TENDERER or names of any Units in which any of the Directors/Partners of the TENDERER has any interest. In case the TENDERER has no associated unit and/or none of the Directors/ Partners have interest in any other unit(s) they should furnish a certificate from Chartered Account of this effect. 2)- CONTRACTOR should declare the name(s) of his or the firms partners/relatives if they are working in RCF. If relative(s) of CONTRACTOR is/are working in RCF, a certificate to this effect shall be furnished by the CONTRACTOR. 3)- CONTRACTOR should furnish the latest Income Tax Clearance Certificate. 4)- CONTRACTOR should furnish the Solvency Certificate issued by their Bankers in a sealed cover. 5)- CONTRACTOR should complete the proforma on Status of TENDERER as per annexure enclosed. 6)- CONTRACTOR should furnish Sales Tax Clearance Certificate and if they are exempted from payment of Sales Tax, the exemption certificate to be furnished. 37.0.00 Force Majeure.

Neither the CONTRACTOR nor the RCF shall be considered the default in the performance of their contractual obligations under the order so long as such performance is prevented or delayed for reasons, such as Acts of God, severe earthquake, typhoon or cyclone (except monsoon) floods, lightning, landslide, fire or explosion, plague or epidemic, strikes, lockouts lasting more than 14 consecutive calendar days sabotage, blockages, war, riots, invasion, act of foreign enemies, hostilities, (whether war be declared or not), civil war, rebellion, revolution, insurrection, or military usurped power or confiscation or trade embargoes or destruction or requisition by order of any Government or any public authority. CONTRACTOR shall notify RCF about the occurrence of the force majeure events and provided RCF with the details of the arising and ceasing of the impediment. At the end of the impediment CONTRACTOR shall provide justificatory documentation countersigned by the Local Chamber of Commerce. Should one or both the parties be prevented fulfillment of the contractual obligations by a state of force majeure lasting continuously for a period of six

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weeks the two parties shall consult each other regarding the future implementation of the CONTRACT. The mere shortage of labour, materials or utilities shall not constitute force majeure unless caused by circumstances, which are themselves, force majeure. CONTRACTOR shall endeavor to prevent, over come or remove the causes of force majeure. No ground for exemption can be invoked if the CONTRACTOR failed to give timely notice by a Registered Letter and subsequently sup-ported by documentary evidence. 38.0.00 Patent Rights.

The CONTRACTOR shall fully indemnify RCF, its customers and users, against any action, claim or demand, costs or expenses, arising from or incurred by reason of any infringement or alleged infringement of letters, patent, trade mark or name, copyright or other protected rights in respect of any materials supplied. All royalties and the like payment shall be paid directly by the CONTRACTOR.

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ANNEXURE V LIST OF RCF APPROVED BANKERS FOR BANK GUARANTEES

STATE BANK OF INDIA & IT'S ASSOCIATE BRANCHES (6Nos)


STATE BANK OF INDIA STATE BANK OF BIKANER & JAIPUR STATE BANK OF HYDERABAD STATE BANK OF MYSORE STATE BANK OF PATIALA STATE BANK OF TRANVANCORE

NATIONALISED BANKS
ALLAHABAD BANK ANDHRA BANK BANK OF BARODA BANK OF INDIA BANK OF MAHARASHTRA CANARA BANK CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA CORPORATION BANK DENA BANK INDIAN BANK INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK ORIENTAL BANK OF COMMERCE PUNJAB & SIND BANK PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK SYNDICATE BANK UCO BANK UNION BANK OF INDIA UNITED BANK OF INDIA VIJAYA BANK

(19 Nos)

OTHER PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS


AXIS BANK LTD. CATHOLIC SYRIAN BANK LTD. CITY UNION BANK LTD. HDFC BANK LTD. ICICI BANK LTD. IDBI BANK LTD. ING VYSYA BANK KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK LTD. SOUTH INDIAN BANK LTD.

(14 Nos)

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TAMILNAD MERCHANTILE BANK LTD. THE FEDERAL BANK LTD. THE JAMMU & KASHMIR BANK LTD. THE KARNATAKA BANK LTD. THE KARUR VYSYA BANK LTD.

FOREIGN BANKS

(13 Nos)

AMERICAN EXPRESS BANK LTD. BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL TRUST & SAVING ASSOCIATION BANK OF TOKYO - MITSUBISHI UF J LTD. BARCLAYS BANK PLC BNP PARIBAS CALYON BANK CITIBANK N A DEUTSCHE BANK DEVELOPMENT BANK OF SINGAPORE (DBS) HONKONG & SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION LTD. JP MORGAN CHASE BANK ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND STANDARD CHARTERED BANK

CO-OPERATIVE SECTOR BANKS

(3 Nos)

BOMBAY MERCHANTILE CO OPERATIVE BANK DISTRICT CO-OPERATIVE BANK IN THE STATE OF MAHARASHTRA (upto sum of Rs. 5 Lacs) STATE APEX CO-OPERATIVE BANKS

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ANNEXURE -VI FORMAT FOR BANK GUARANTEE TOWARDS SECURITY DEPOSIT AND PERFORMANCE GARANTEE In consideration of M/s Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Limited, [hereinafter referred to as RCF, which expression unless repugnant to the context and meaning thereof shall include its successors and assigns] having agreed to exempt M/s __________________________________having office its at

registered/principal

______________________________________________ [hereinafter referred to as Supplier / Contractor which expression unless repugnant to the context and meaning thereof shall include its successors and assigns] from depositing with RCF a sum of Rs.___________ towards security / performance guarantee in lieu of the said Supplier / Contractor having agreed to furnish an irrevocable bank guarantee for the said sum of Rs. _________ as required under the terms and conditions Order] of placed contract by RCF / on work the order said / purchase / order no. we,

______________________ dated __________ [hereinafter referred as the supplier contractor,

____________________________________________ [hereinafter referred to as the Bank which expression shall include its successors and assigns] do hereby undertake to pay RCF an amount not exceeding Rs. ______________ on demand made by RCF on us due to a breach committed by the said Supplier / Contractor of the terms and conditions of the Order.

1.

We ____________ the Bank hereby undertake to pay the amount under

the guarantee without any demur merely on a demand received in writing from RCF stating that the Supplier / Contractor has committed breach of the term(s) and/or condition(s) contained in the Order and/or failed to comply with the terms and conditions as stipulated in the Order or amendment(s) thereto. The demand made on the Bank by RCF shall be conclusive as to the breach of the term(s) and/or condition(s) of the Order and the amount due and payable by the Bank

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under this guarantee, notwithstanding any dispute or disputes raised by the said Supplier / Contractor regarding the validity of such breach and we agree to pay the amount so demanded by RCF forthwith and without any demur. However, our liability under this guarantee shall be restricted to an amount not exceeding Rs. _____________. 2. We, ______________ the Bank further agree that this irrevocable

guarantee herein contained shall remain in full force and effect during the period that would be taken for the performance of the said Order and that it shall continue to be enforceable till the dues of RCF under or by virtue of the said Order have been fully paid and its claim satisfied or discharged or till RCF certifies that the terms and conditions of the Order have been fully and properly carried our by the Supplier / Contractor and accordingly discharge the guarantee.

3.

We ________________ the Bank, undertake to pay to RCF any money

so demanded notwithstanding any dispute or disputes raised by the said Supplier / Contractor in any suit or proceedings pending before any court or tribunal relating thereto as our liability under this present being absolute and unequivocal. The payment so made by us under this Guarantee shall be valid discharge of our liability for payment there under and the said Supplier / Contractor shall have no claim against us for making such payment.

4.

We ________________ the Bank further agree that RCF shall have full

liberty, without our consent and without affecting in any manner our obligation hereunder to vary any of the terms and conditions of the Order or to extend time of performance by the said Supplier / Contractor from time to time or to postpone, for any time or from time to time, any of the powers exercisable by the RCF against the said Supplier / Contractor and to forbear or enforce any of the terms and conditions relating to the Order and shall not be relieved from our liability by reason of any such variation or extension being granted to the said

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Supplier / Contractor or for any forbearance, act or omission on the part of RCF or any indulgence by RCF to the Supplier / Contractor or by any such matter or thing whatsoever which under the law relating to sureties would but for this provisions have effect of so relieving us.

5.

Our liability under this guarantee is restricted to Rs. _________ and shall

remain in force up to ____________________ (date of expiry). Unless a demand or claim under this guarantee is made on us in writing on or before the date of expiry viz. ________, we shall be discharged from all liabilities under this guarantee thereafter.

6.

This guarantee will not be discharged due to change in the constitution in

the Bank or the said Supplier / Contractor.

7.

The Bank hereby agrees to address all the future correspondence in

regard to this bank guarantee to Chief Finance Manager, Rashtriya Chemicals & fertilizers Limited, Administrative Building, Mahul Road, Chembur, Mumbai 400 074. INDIA. ________________.

8.

We, _____________ the Bank lastly undertake not to revoke this

guarantee during its currency except with the previous consent of the RCF in writing. Signed on the _________________ day of _______________

For and on behalf of the Bank

Signature

Witness: Designation(s) Name & Address

Name(s) &

Telephone No: of each

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signatory Mobile No: of each signatory e-mail id : of each signatory Note: Photocopy of Bank Guarantee should also be forwarded to CMM (P) for information

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ANNEXURE VII (FORMAT FOR SOLVENCY CERTIFICATE) REF NO: To, M/s Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd. Chembur, Mumbai 400 074, India. This is to certify that to the best of our knowledge and information, ___________________________(Bidders name with complete address), a customer of our Bank, is respectable, and is capable of executing orders to the extent of Rs._________. (Amount in words). This certificate is issued without any guarantee, risk or responsibility on behalf of the Bank or any of its officials. This certificate is issued at the specific request of the customer. Yours faithfully, (Bank Official's signature & stamp) DATE:

Telephone No: Mobile No: e-mail id : Fax No :

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ANNEXURE-VIII
FORMAT-I REF: Date: General Manager (Commercial), Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd, Administrative Building, Chembur, Mumbai 400074. Sub: Bank details for Electronic Payment. Ref: Dear Sir, With reference to your above enquiry, I/We are agreeable to receive the payments by direct credit to our below mentioned bank account through RBI ECS or SBI Internet banking facility. Vendor Name E-mail Id RCF Vendor code No. Phone No. Fax No. Particular of Bank Account: Name of the Bank. Branch code. Address: City Name Telephone No. of Bank Fax No. of Bank. 9 digit code No. of Bank & Branch appearing on the MICR cheque issued by your Bank. Type of Account( for SB A/c=10 Current A/c-11 or CC=13 Account No( As appearing on cheque book). Income Tax PAN No. The following are attached in authentication of above bank details. 1. A blank cancelled cheque /Photocopy of a cheque. 2. A copy of Bank Pass Book first page containing name and address of A/c holder. I/We hereby declare that the particulars given above are correct and complete. If the transaction is delayed or not effected at all for reasons of incomplete or incorrect information, I/We would not hold the user institution responsible. I/We agree to discharge the responsibility expected of me as a participant under the scheme. For and on behalf of Signature.

COMPANY SEAL.

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