Wbsa Ops Maint Siliguri Maintenance Of Tank Farm Area Product And Fire Pump House And Other Miscellaneous Work At Siliguri Terminal

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Wbsa Ops Maint Siliguri Maintenance Of Tank Farm Area Product And Fire Pump House And Other Miscellaneous Work At Siliguri Terminal
Indian
West Bengal
27-11-2020
22-12-2020
23-12-2020

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Wbsa Ops Maint Siliguri Maintenance Of Tank Farm Area Product And Fire Pump House And Other Miscellaneous Work At Siliguri Terminal

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NAME OF WORK: MAINTENANCE OF TANK FARM AREA, PRODUCT & FIRE PUMP HOUSE AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS WORK AT SILIGURI TERMINAL
Sl. No. Item Description Item Code / Make Quantity Units
1 1 MAINTENANCE OF TANKS
2 2 Cleaning and mopping of Tank roofs of CR/FR Tanks (Both Product & Hydrant Water Tanks) by applying foam & Water including removal of dirt, muck, sand and stagnated water from roof surface. The job includes checking of central and emergency roof drains of EFR tanks for clogging and cleaning of mesh/drains as and when required.\n\nThe job also includes checking of water seals of emergency drain of EFR Tanks and topping up of water to maintain water seal as and when required- Schedule to be maintained so that all the Tanks are covered in one month, however during rainy season all EFR tanks to be checked after heavy rain for water stagnation and cleaned as advised by Officer in charge. 204 per tank
3 3 Checking of air vents of CR Tanks (Both Product & Hydrant Water Tanks) for blockage and clearing of blockage if found. The job also includes opening and cleaning of wire mesh nets of CR Tanks and refitting after service/replacing/repainting the nets if found damaged. Wire Mesh with fittings and Materials for Cleaning to be provided by IOCL.\n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the CR tanks are covered in one month. 168 per tank
4 4 Operation of valves of sprinkler line of tanks for checking the sprinkler nozzles against clogging. After testing, the valves to be closed , drain valves in sprinkler lines opened and water drained.\n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the tanks are covered in one month. 156 per tank
5 5 Opening, cleaning & refixing of sprinkler nozzles identified/found to be chocked during periodic inspection or Installation of new IOC supplied Spray Nozzles including all necessary consumables complete in all respect as per the direction of engineer-in- charge. Cleaning of sprinkler nozzles/ fixing of IOC supplied nozzles is including all necessary equipments & safe scaffolding required for execution of the job.\n\nThe job also includes repair of leaky and damaged drain valves if necessary. All materials to be provided by IOCL. Schedule to be maintained so that all the Tanks are covered in one Quarter. 52 per tank
6 6 Greasing of self levelling stairway steps in floating roof Tanks to ensure smooth operation and in case of restriction of steps movement. All consumables will be provided by IOC. The job also includes checking of bonding wire of the Ladder and replacing it if found damaged.\n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the EFR tanks are covered in one month. 36 per tank
7 7 Opening of individual pontoon covers and visually checking inside for any signs of corrosion/leakage.Water/Product if found to be removed / salvaged as advised. The job also includes replacement of damaged rubber seals of the pontoon covers.\n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all EFR tanks are covered in a Month. All materials will be provided by IOCL. 36 per tank
8 8 PV valve testing as per Corporations procedure:The job includes dismantling, cleaning/servicing, testing as per IOC specification , resetting / refitting and re- positioning on tank roof including painting of the date of servicing and due date of inspection.\n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all PV valves in EFR tanks are covered in six months. Report with signature to be submitted during claiming of bill. 14 per valve
9 9 Operation of valves of foam pourer line of tanks, de blinding beyond foam maker in case of CR tanks for checking the operation of foam pourer system of tanks. After testing, the valves to be closed ,flanges re fixed in CR tanks, foam makers re- blinded in case of CR tanks, glass in foam porers fixed, drain valves opened and water drained in main rings. In case of any leakage through pipes the sections to be identified and reported. Leaky and damaged drain valves to be replaced/ repaired if necessary.\n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all Tanks are covered in a quarter. 26 per tank
10 10 Cleaning and removal of sediments, dirt, muck, sand from the Central sump of ATF Tanks. The job includes removal of sediments, dirt, muck, sand using the bottom sampling thief and other equipments as per the instruction of the site-incharge.\n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all Tanks are covered in one month. 24 per tank
11 11 Cleaning and mopping of all the AG Tank sand-pads and circular drain around the Tanks by applying Water including removal of vegetation, algae, dirt, muck, sand and stagnated water from the circular drain. \n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the Tanks are covered in one month. 204 per tank
12 12 Cleaning and mopping of all the UG Tank Farm Area and circular drain around the Tanks by applying Water including removal of vegetation, algae, dirt, muck, sand and stagnated water from the circular drain. \n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the Tanks are covered in one month. 60 per tank
13 13 Checking of silica gel and air vents of UG Tanks for blockage. The job also includes opening and cleaning of wire mesh nets of UG Tanks and refitting after service/replacing/repainting the nets if found damaged. Wire Mesh with fittings and Materials for Cleaning to be provided by IOCL. Discoloured Silica gel to be replaced as and when required.\n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the UG Tanks are covered in one month. 60 per tank
14 14 Cleaning of water of Static water Tank by removing floating leaves, other materials, vegetation and algae. The job also includes replenishment of water as and when required. 12 per tank
15 15 Providing Sand Bitumen mixture between the Sandpad and annular plate for all the AG Tanks. The job includes complete revoval of the damaged Sand Bitumen mixture, proper cleaning/scrapping of the area and application of fresh sand bitumen Mixture as per the advise of Officer in-charge. All Materials to be provided by the Contractor.\n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the Tanks are covered in a Year. Bill payment will be done on monthly basis by dividing the Total no of Tanks covered in a year by 12 months. 17 per tank
16 16 Servicing of Valves & NRVs
17 17 Servicing of ROSOV, DBBV, Gate valves/ hand operated valves/MOV, ball valves, NRVs on product/hydrant pipelines/drainage lines/dyke valves or valves in OWS- complete, including greasing of spindle/valve stems and gears, tightening of glands, change of packing glands, cleaning of valves etc to ensure smooth, leak proof and easy operation. Consumables to be supplied by IOCL. \n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the valves are covered in a month. 12 LS/ month
18 18 Providing manpower assistance for lowering, towering and moving the actuator & Valve while carrying out M&I & other Inspection of Tanks & Valves, AMC of MOV, ROSOV or DBBV etc. The job also includes providing assistance for glanding, cleaning, greasing, servicing of Valve & Actuator and reconnection of Valves & Actuators as required during undertaking the AMC works and M&I & varous others Inspection of Tanks. 12 Ls/ month
19 19 Strainer cleaning: The job includes opening of strainers, drained product collection and transfer, cleaning of strainer element and refitting for service as per direction of officer in charge.\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the ATF strainers are covered in a Month and balance all strainers are covered in a quarter. Bill payment will be done on monthly basis by dividing the Total no of strainers cleaned in a quarter by 3 months.
20 20 Product Pump strainer cleaning 96 per strainer
21 21 TLF, TW, and Tank Farm Strainer Cleaning 260 per strainer
22 22 Hydrant Line/Sprinkler Line/Foam Pourer Line strainer cleaning 180 per strainer
23 23 Jockey pump strainer cleaning 8 per strainer
24 24 Fire pump strainer cleaning 32 per strainer
25 25 Fire water Hydrant system
26 26 Checking of Fire Engines and Jockey pumps for their performance and leakages through glands. The Job also includes repair of leakages by changing of packing glands, greasing, servicing and maintaining of proper records as per the instruction of Site Engineer.\n\nAll Materials to be supplied by IOCL. Schedule to be maintained so that all the fire engines are covered twice in one week. 12 Month
27 27 Daily Moping & Cleaning of Fire Engines including all the panels, Cleaning & checking of the batteries for their proper funtioning including the changeover of batteries as per schedule or direction of site incharge. 12 Month
28 28 Daily checking of fire hydrant water system for leakages through flanges,monitors and hydrant valves- attending leakages, tightening glands,replacing washers in double hydrants and attending any other minor repairs for arresting leakage in monitors and hydrant valves in Hydrant system- Consumables to be provided by IOCL 12 Month
29 29 Lining up and operating of gate valves, MOV's and running of FE pumps for effecting re-circulation of water in the entire fire hydrant system. After completion, hydrant line gate valves to be closed/operated as directed. The job also includes flushing of dead ends. All sections/loops to be considered and schedule to be maintained so that recirculation for all the individual sections are completed in one week. 52 Month
30 30 Testing & Servicing of water cum foam monitorms(WCFM) & water monitors(WM) including greasing of swivel joints to ensure smooth rotation of the monitors in both horizontal and vertical direction, checking for leakage in PVC hose in WCFM and replacing the hoses if required, checking functioning of fog as well as jet operation in WCFM & the functioning of NRV in foam induction pipes so that there is no back flow of water into foam tanks.\n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the WCFM/ water monitors are covered in a Month. 12 Month
31 31 Topping up of all the fire water Tanks by Operating Borewells and static water Tank pumps as and when required. The job includes lining up of all the Tanks and line valves, operation of borewells and static water Tank pumps and closing of valves after topping up the Tanks. \n Records to be maintained for daily Tanks dips of all the Fire Water Tanks and Operation of Borewells and static water Tank pumps. 12 Month
32 32 Fire Hydrant hoses and fire extinguishers routine checking and maintenance - Checking of fire extinguishers, hoses, arranging refills/ change of DCP, CO2 , nozzle, pipe etc (Material supplied by Corporation) including DCP/Cartridge replacement, shifting of DCPs/ other Fire extinguishers from field to store and placing back at original positions and maintenance of records.\n\nThe job includes measuring the weight of CO2 cartridge of DCP and checking the weight for any variation beyond tolerable limits and drying of DCP powder. In case variation is beyond tolerable limits the cartridge to be rejected and replaced with new. \nThe job also includes checking/hydrotesting of the hydrant hoses.\n\n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the DCP F/extinguishers are covered in a quarter
33 33 9/10 KG DCP 600 per item
34 34 25 KG DCP 44 per item
35 35 75/100 KG DCP 20 per item
36 36 Hydrant hose - including hydrotest and shifting/positioning. 230 per hose
37 37 1 or 2 kg CO2 84 per item
38 38 4.5 / 6.5 kg CO2 124 per item
39 39 Daily Checking and Drying of Fire hoses as per the instruction of Officer In Charge. The Job includes shifting of hoses from field to fire pump house, draining of Hoses, Drying of hoses and shifting of hoses back to the field. 12 LS/month
40 40 Pumps & Motors Routine cleaning/ maintenance (all pumps)
41 41 Daily Moping & Cleaning of all the Product & Jockey Pumps and Motors body including seal areas, motor fans, base structure. 12 LS per month
42 42 Complete Maintenance, Servicing and greasing of Pump/ motor bearings including the pump-motor Coupling by removing old grease and maintaining/ replacing nipples, complete as per the direction of site incharge. \n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the Pumps & Motor are covered in a month. 12 LS per month
43 43 Daily checking of Lube oil level of all pumps (Product pump, jockey pump, fire pump), and toping up on need basis 12 LS per month
44 44 Providing Assistance in vibration checking, Tightening of pump/motor base fasteners of all equipments (Product pumps, Fire Engine, Jockey) The job also includes checking and rectification of alignment of Pumps & Motors in case the vibration readings are beyond the alowabale limit. All Materials to be provided by IOCL. Schedule to be maintained so that all the Pumps & Motor are covered in a month. 12 LS per month
45 45 Miscelleneous maintenance works
46 46 Upkeep of Tank wagon and other Product hoses: \nHoses for tank wagon Unloading operation and other product hoses are to be hydrotested as per IOCL specification and report with signature to be submitted. \n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the hoses are covered in a quarter. Bill payment will be done on monthly basis by dividing the Total no of hoses tested in a quarter by 3 months. 1400 Per Hose
47 47 Daily performance Checking and complete maintenance of DGs. The job includes cleaning & mopping of all the DG sets, health ckeckup of batteries, Checking of coolant and Oil level. The job also includes maintaining of proper records as per the direction of officer in charge. 12 LS per month
48 48 Providing assistance in calibration/verification of TLF and TW flowmeters through portable proven measure, Shifting of proving vessel, hose connection/dis-connection, decantation of oil & all related works as per instruction of controlling officers. 12 LS per month
49 49 Assistance in calibration/verification of all proving measures at Calibration Towers with 20 L proving measure - jobs to be carried out as instructed by controlling officer. 2 per case
50 50 Weekly checking of all the Sand buckets including filling & replacement as and when required. The job also includes drying of sand if required. 52 LS per week
51 51 Undertaking routine maintenance of three numbers of air compressors as instructed by officer incharge. The job mainly includes Checking of coolant level and replenishing if necessary, changing of oil filter/ air filter/seperator element,checking of the heat exchangers(coolers) for build up of foreign matter and cleaning if necessary by blowing out with air, tightening of nuts/bolts, changing of washer as directed by officer in charge.\n\nThe job also includes routine draining of condensates from dischage valves near pressure vessels. 12 LS per Month
52 52 Daily Checking of pneumatic/air line coming from the air compressor to all the ROSOVs installed in the field for any kind of blockage/leakage from the joints and rectification of the same if any blockage/leakage is found in the air line. 12 LS per Month
53 53 Cleaning of earthpit chambers and pouring of salt/ water/ charcoal to maintain resistance within the allowable limit as advised and instructed by officer in charge.\n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the Earth Pits are covered in a Month. 12 LS per Month
54 54 Preparing of gasket (Gasket material supplied by IOC) of appropriate size from 1" to 32" as directed by officer-I/C. 12 Ls/month
55 55 Dismantling of Thermal Safety Relief Valves & pressure testing of the valves for any variations from set pressure. In case of any variation, the TSV valves are to be re-set to the required/desired pressure & refitted as per directions of officer in charge. Schedule to be maintained so that all the TSV valves are tested once in every six months.\n\n 12 Ls/month
56 56 Providing manpower assistance during routine AMC service of various equipments like Fire Engine, DG, Compressor, HVLR, Rim Seal Fire Protection System, Terminal Automation System or any other critical/non-critical equipment by the OEM/Authorized Vendor as and when equired. 12 Ls/month
57 57 Miscellenous safety works
58 58 Servicing of First Aid Trolley/Emergency Kit trolleys/Foam Trolleys/Material handling trolley - Greasing, Tyres air filling, minor repairs like puncture etc. The job also includes replacement of tyre to make the First Aid Trolley/Emergency Kit trolleys/Foam trolley/Material handling trolley in fully running condition. All Materials to be provided by IOCL. 12 Ls/month
59 59 Providing Manpower assistance for operation of FOAM trolley including the foam sump. The Job includes replenishment of foam in the foam sump, filling of foam from the foam sump to foam trolley, movement of foam trolley to the designmated HVLR, connection of Hoses from the foam trolley to JRCP and operation of Foam Trolley for checking of foam formation through the HVLR. 13 EA
60 60 Hiring of Tractor/Vehicle for enabling movement of all the foam trolleys on monthly basis. All the foam trolleys are to be checked for their free movement using a Tractor/Vehicle or by manual means. 14 EA
61 61 Providing assistance for monthly cleaning & inspection of PPEs, First Aid Boxes and Emergency Kit Trolley (Proximity suit, Scaba, First aid box in Admin office, Control room, lab & in fields).The job includes replenishment & replacement of first aid box as instructed by Officer in charge-First aid box including the medicines are to be supplied by IOCL 12 LS per month
62 62 Providing Assistance for MEFG system testing in Tank Farm Area. The job includes operation of valves and transportation of foams. 60 per item
63 63 Providing manpower Assistance for monthly testing of HVLR - operation of HVLR's from remote control panel to check the horizontal/vertical/nozzle (fog/jet) movement and the open/close/stop operation of MOV including connection of all hoses from foam trolley to JRCP and JRCP to HVLR.\nThe job also includes lubrication of gear box, cleaning/greasing of nozzle head and testing of sensors for correct operation and undertaking maintenance works as per direction of officer in charge.\nAll materials to be provided by IOCL. 96 per item
64 64 Providing Assistance during monthly fire drill/ERD - arranging all the safety equipments in site and re-positiong in store/field after the drill. 12 EA
65 65 Providing Assistance during offsite fire drill & ERD at mutual aid industry partners - arranging all the safety equipments in site and re-positiong in store/field after the drill. 6 EA
66 66 Replenishment of Diesel in Fire Engine diesel Tanks (8 nos.) & DG sets (2 nos.) including operating valves in Pump house etc. The Job also includes maintaining of proper records in the log book. 12 LS per month
67 67 Replacement/fixing of Pressure gauges in the hydrant, product, Pneumatic(air) Pipeline ; Pressure gauges to be provided by IOCL 12 LS/ Month
68 68 Replacement of windsocks as and when required and as per the direction of Officer incharge 12 LS/ MONTH
69 69 Daily checking of Hydrant hose box for availability of all the equipments in the hose box. The job also includes repair & maintenance of the hose box like replacement of broken glass, rubber beads, proper fixing etc. All materials to be provided by IOCL. 12 LS/ MONTH
70 70 Providing Assistance in Tank farm & Pump House water draining - operation of dyke valves, operation of OWS, operation of OWS pump/portable pump as per need; assistance in collection through gully sucker and closing of all dyke valves & OWS outlet after operation as per direction of officer in charge. 12 LS/ MONTH
71 71 Replenishment of Foam in foam Tanks and Positioning of Foam Jerrycans at strategic places inside the license area. The job also includes shifting of foam Jerrycans from store/field and all related works. 12 LS/ MONTH
72 72 Providing Manpower Assistance for carrying out routine maintenance of the Rim Seal fire Protection System and Pressurizing/Refilling the foam modules of Rim Seal Fire protection system(RSFPS). The job involves filling of foam solution in Foam modules of Rim seal fire protection system & pressurising with nitrogen. The job also includes greasing of valves associatedwith RSFPS system etc. \n\nSchedule to be maintained so that all the tanks are covered in a month 36 per tank
73 73 Tank cleaning / boxing up of Product & Water Tank:\n\nThe job includes services for emptying out of product below dead stock level by transferring product into other tanks using IOC supplied flameproof portable pumps/ pneumatic pumps as per direction of officer in charge.\nShifting of all equipments to site needed for the process will be in the scope of contractor. Opening of manhole covers of the tanks, disconnection of expansion line, earthing strips, removal of spool pieces, changing the position of legs of FR tanks or any other fittings as advised, degassing of tanks & cleaning of tanks,\n\nThe job also includes providing manpower assistance during boxing up of tanks including sweeping & mopping of bottom plate, tightening of manhole covers, connection of expansion line, earthing strips,refitting of spool pieces and other fittings (gasket, nut bolt willl be supplied by IOCL).\nThe job also includes continous supervision for checking of any leakage when product is taken into tank for the first time after comissioning.\n\nIn case of FR tanks the roof pontoon compartments to be checked for freeness of any tools materials and once the roof attains floatation level the deck legs/ AB vent should be lifted up to position-A and fixed on the lower position and secureley bolted/pinned as directed by officer in charge.
74 74 U/G Tanks 3 EA
75 75 Tanks capacity less than or equal to 6000 KL 3 EA
76 76 Tanks with capacity greater than 6000 KL 1 EA
77 77 Removal/clearing/cleaning and shifting of any sludge if generated from the storage tanks (Both UG & AG) by means of connecting IOC supplied flameproof portable pumps/ pneumatic pumps to the place specified by concerned officer as and when directed. All items for cleaning purpose like wipers, clothes, etc and tractor trolley / hand trolley for transportation of sludge shall be arranged by the contractor. 30 KL
78 78 Miscellaneous Other Works
79 79 Providing assistance for Calibration of Tank Trucks at the Calibration Tower located inside IOCL premises. The job also includes maintaining of proper records as per the direction of Officer incharge. 12 LS/ MONTH
80 80 Providing manpower assistance for safety/green card/surprise checking of TTs on daily basis and as & when required. The job also includes maintaining of proper records as per the direction of Officer incharge. 12 LS/ MONTH
81 81 Providing manpower assistance for Unloading of TTs of all the products/water as and when required during General shift working hours. The Job includes connection of flexible hoses, Operating of Valves for tank line up and operating of pumps for unloading of products/water. 12 LS/ MONTH
82 82 Providing Manpower assistance for Blue dye dosing through P/H or Blue Dye Dosing pumps during receipt of SKO in the Tanks. 12 LS/ MONTH
83 83 Fabrication / Structural Steel Works using old/used materials supplied by IOC : Shifting from scrap yard, fabricating, erecting Structural steel work from rolled sections and built-up sections like flats, tees, angles, channels, plates, pipes etc for various structural work. Preparation of drawing, design & specification shall be arranged by contractor at his own cost as per guidance of IOCL. \n 3000 per KG
84 84 Spraying of Bleaching Powder, pesticides, mosquito/rodent/snake repellents in the drains, TLF/TW Gantry, Administrative Office area and all buildings on weekly basis and as & when required as per the direction of Officer incharge. All Materials to be provided by IOCL. 12 LS/ MONTH
85 85 Supply & replacement of all the decorative house plants including providing of water, soil, manures and complete maintenance of the pots. Schedule to be maintained so that all the plants are replaced in a month. 12 LS/ MONTH
86 86 Repairing of Plumbing/Sanitary system inside Terminal premises including fixing of taps, mirrors and other equipments. All materials to be supplied by IOCL. 12 LS/ MONTH
87 87 Complete Maintenance, Servicing and greasing of all the Main gate/Rail gate/Emergency gate to ensure free movement of all the gates as per the direction of site incharge. 12 LS/ MONTH
88 88 Complete Maintenance, Servicing and greasing of all the TLF/TW loading arms including tightening of screws to ensure no leakage and free movement of all the loading arms as per the direction of site incharge. Schedule to be maintained such that all the loading arms are covered in a Month. 12 LS/ MONTH
89 89 Updation & Writing of dates & other details in Fire Extinguishers, Strainers, Tank Shell & Roof Railing, Pipelines, Valves, Earthpit, Fire & Product hoses etc as per the direction of Officer In-Charge. All materials to be provided by the Contractor. 12 LS/ MONTH
90 90 Collection of Samples from OWS, Tank Truck, Tank Wagon and Tanks in Aluminium Sample Containers, proper sealing of Samples Containers and sending it to lab for testing or keeping it in Sample room as per the direction of Officer In Charge. 12 LS/ MONTH
91 91 Daily Checking of Rain water harvesting System. 12 LS/ MONTH
92 92 Topping up of all the potable water Tanks in the Office Buildings and utility blocks by Operating Borewells and water pumps as and when required. The job includes lining up of all the Tanks and line valves, operation of borewells and water pumps and closing of valves after topping up the Tanks. 12 LS/ MONTH
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