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BID NOTICE


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	Carbon County is now accepting sealed bids for a vertical turbine
pump station,  a horizontal centrifugal pump station, and Rain Bird
Maxicom Multi-Site Irrigation Central Control System.  Bids must be
submitted for both stations; bidding on a single station is not
allowed.

1.  Vertical Turbine Pump Station 

	A prepackaged variable speed vertical turbine pumping station built
with custom fabricated steel piping, valves, industrial control panel,
and supporting steel skid. The manifolds, pipes, and structural skids
are to be powder coated green for maximum corrosion and impact
protection.  The controls shall be mounted inside a UL Listed and NEMA
rated industrial control cabinet.  The color touch screen user
interface shall be connected to a high speed industrial grade PLC
custom programmed to fit the guidelines of this project.   The
components of the project are as follows:

	Two 500 gallon-per-minute Rain Bird vertical turbine pumps.  Must be
high pressure cast iron discharge heads with 416SS line shafts,
threaded steel column pipe, high pressure packing seals, bronze
impellers, and galvanized steel basket strainers. 

	Two 50 horse power Rain Bird vertical motors.  Must be weather
protected Type I (WP1), Class F insulation, high efficiency rated,
non-reversing ratchets, motor space heaters, 4-Pole/1800 RPM, 1.15 SF,
G.E. Motor with 3-year manufacturer's warranty.

	One 230 gallon-per-minute Rain Bird vertical submersible turbine
pressure maintenance pump and motor assembly; submersible motor to be
25 horse power 2-pole/3600 RPM, 1.15SF.

	One 40 gallon-per-minute Rain Bird vertical submersible turbine
pressure maintenance pump and motor assembly, submersible motor to be
2-pole 3600RPM, 1.15SF.

	Mechanical system consisting of Mitsubishi variable frequency drive
[VFD], Mitsubishi programmable logic controller [PLC], Mitsubishi
GT1665 color touch-screen operator interface, circuit breaker motor
protection, dual mechanically and electrically interlocked contractors
for main pump motors, NEMA 4 electrical enclosure with interior light
panel light per door, heat exchanger for closed loop cooling of the
electrical enclosure, stainless steel pressure reducer, pressure
relief valve with butterfly isolation valve, 8" lugged station
discharge isolation valve, individual pump silent check valves and
isolation valves, flow meter spool with Magnetic Style flow meter, and
fertigation run relay, low water level safety float switch, individual
pump air release valve, hose bib connection for wash down, integral
wet well service hatch, complete skid and piping garnet blasted and
powder coated for corrosion resistance.

	Control system consisting of Rain Bird Pump Manager remote control
and monitoring software compatible with Smart Pump.  Rain Bird's Smart
Pump software is to be used for real-time communication between the
pump and central-control system for a fully integrated irrigation
control system.  Components to include automatic alternation of main
motors to equalize run time; automatic pressure ramp-up capability,
electrical overload shutdown safety, VFD fault shutdown, automatic
system diagnostic utility, automatic low water level shutdown safety,
individual pump lighted HOA switches, high pressure and low pressure
discharge safeties, PLC or VFD emergency bypass, manual mode, main
power line phase monitoring, individual motor overload protection
safeties, and single phase and three phase surge protection safeties. 

	Electrical cabinet must be designed to allow for additional future
pumps. 

	Pricing for Rain Bird single scanner filter with 300 micron screen &
bypass manifold, discharge zee pipe with (3) ¾" FNPT ports and 2"
blow out ports, and all stainless steel lake intake box screen with
12" leg kit.

2.   Horizontal Centrifugal Pump Station

	A prepackaged variable speed horizontal centrifugal pumping station
built with custom fabricated steel piping, valves, industrial control
panel, and supporting structural steel skid.  The manifolds, pipes,
and structural skid are to be powder coated green for maximum
corrosion and impact protection.  The controls shall be mounted inside
a UL Listed and NEMA rated industrial control cabinet.  The color
touch screen user interface shall be connected to a high speed
industrial grade PLC custom programmed to fit the guidelines of the
project. The components of the project are as follows:

	One 500 gallon per minute horizontal centrifugal pump.  Must be high
pressure cast iron discharge case and volute, close coupled motor
mounting face, high pressure mechanical seals, and bronze impellers.

	One 15 horse power horizontal main motor, with Class F insulation,
high efficiency rated, 4-Pole/1800 RPM, 1.15 SF, Open Drip Proof (ODP)
motor enclosure for indoor applications. 

	Mechanical system consisting of Mitsubishi variable frequency drive
[VFD], Mitsubishi programmable logic controller [PLC], Mitsubishi
GT1665 color touch-screen operator interface, circuit breaker motor
protection, NEMA 4 electrical enclosure, heat exchanger for closed
loop cooling of the electrical enclosure, stainless steel pressure
reducer, pressure relief valve with butterfly isolation valve, 8"
lugged station discharge isolation valve, 8" lugged station intake
isolation valve, individual pump silent check valves and isolation
valves, flow meter spool with paddle wheel flow meter, hose bib
connection for wash down, and complete skid and piping garnet blasted
and powder coated for maximum corrosion resistance.

	Control system consisting of remote control and monitoring software
compatible with Rain Bird Smart Pump software.  Rain Bird Smart Pump
software must be used for real-time communication between the pump and
central-control system for a fully integrated irrigation control
system.  Must include automatic pressure ramp-up capability,
electrical overload shutdown safety, VFD fault shutdown, automatic
system diagnostic utility, individual pump lighted HOA switches, high
and low pressure discharge safeties, PLC or VFD emergency bypass,
manual mode, main power line phase monitoring, individual motor
overload protection safeties, single phase and three phase surge
protection safeties, hardwire Ethernet Extender modem kit, and Ultra
Sonic lake level control circuit.

3.   Maxicom System 

A Rain Bird Maxicom Multi-Site Irrigation Central Control System,
consisting of 
MC2 software, cluster control unit (wall), weather station telephone,
Maxicom interface board; ESP-SAT 12 Station Wall Mount Link, ESP-SAT
24 Station Wall Mount Link, ESP-SAT 40 Station Wall Mount Link, HP2080
PAR+ES Decoder Control Link, Device Server RBDS-ME, Device Server
RBDS-SEMET, Device Server RBDS SMW-K, UPS & voltage stabilizer 1500
VA, HP-9650 desk jet, together with GSP for Maxicom and Freedom
cellular plan for Maxicom.

	For each of the three items list all options or other features
available, including service plans, set-up and start-up assistance,
training, and all maintenance and warranty information. 

	Bids are due at the Carbon County clerk's office at 120 East Main,
Price, Utah 84501, prior to 5:00 p.m. June 5, 2012, and should clearly
indicate on the outside envelope, "Pump Station".  Bid opening date is
at 4:30 p.m., June 6, 2012 during the regularly scheduled Carbon
County Commission meeting at the County Courthouse, 120 East Main
Street, Price Utah.  

	Carbon County is not responsible for bids that are received late due
to delays in delivery by any source.  Faxed bids are not accepted.

	Bids are subject to approval by the County Commission. Carbon County
reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informality
of any bid and select the bid which in the opinion of the county
provides the best product, warranty, and service.  For more
information please contact Donn Kienholz of the Carbon County
Fairgrounds Department at 435-636-3530.
Published in the Sun Advocate May 29, 2012.
    
    

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