Carbon County will be accepting sealed bids for an aircraft tug
system for the Carbon County Airport. The minimum specifications are:
The ability to tow many sizes and makes of aircraft ranging from
smaller single engine aircraft to large, business style jets with a
maximum capacity of 75,000 lbs/34,020 kg Aircraft Gross.
â¢ Powered by a 33.1 DC Drive Motor
â¢ Electric/hydraulic cradle with movable side gates
â¢ Limited Slip Differential
â¢ The appropriate amber colored lights required on airfields
â¢ Fully automatic charger
â¢ Duel passenger operations platform with side restraints
â¢ Foot applied brakes
â¢ Hand/Foot electric "Deadman" parking brake
â¢ Hydraulic winch with nylon belt and automatic cut-off
â¢ Aircraft strut hold-back bar
â¢ Wheel faring tire guide
â¢ Polyurethane protective coating
â¢ Single point central battery water fill system
â¢ Traction enhancement ballast kit
â¢ Suspended steer axle
â¢ Adapter that fits Dauphin/S76B/Tail Draggers
â¢ LED lights
â¢ Appropriate adapters for Lear, Falcon, Citation, WestWind jets
well as Pilatus and Cirrus
â¢ OEM Aircraft Certification preferred
List all options or other features and all safety, parts and
maintenance manuals and warranty information.
Bids are due at the Carbon County Clerk/Auditor's Office at 120 East
Main Street, Price, Utah 84501 prior to 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June
5, 2013. Bid opening will be June 5, 2013 at a regular commission
meeting commencing at 4:30 p.m. at the Carbon County Courthouse, 120
East Main Street, Price, Utah. On the outside of the envelope,
indicate in RED INK "Bid for Aircraft Tug System".
Carbon County is not responsible for bids that are received late due
to delays in delivery by any source. Faxed and emailed bids are not
Carbon County reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive
any informality of any bid and to select the bid which in the opinion
of the county provides the best product, warranty and service for the
For more information, please contact Mark Francis at (435) 637-9556.
Published in the Sun Advocate on May 23 and 30, 2013.
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