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Tender: Tender 9/2018 - Supply and Delivery of 2 x Wheel loaders, Central West, closes 28/11/2018 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

Powered by a 6 cylinder diesel engine no less than 120kw
Enclosed air conditioned & pressurised ROPS/ FOPS cabin.
Automatic / power shift or hydrostatic transmission
4 wheel drive
Ride control system
15 Tonne Mass
2.5m3 Bucket Capacity
Intake system :
A two stage dry filtration system
A mechanical restriction warning device
Accessibility for ease of service
An automatic dust extraction device (desirable)
Fuel system
Fuel tank capacity sufficient for eight hours continuous operation
Canister style filter located for easy service accessibility
Water separator with sediment drain
Lubrication system:
Full flow canister style filters
Accessibility for servicing
Accessible drain point
Exhaust system:
Vertical outlet discharging at or near cab height
Rain trap or other rain exclusion system
Cooling system
Anti freeze/Anti boil liquid filled system that maintains correct engine temperature regardless of operating conditions
Large capacity heavy duty radiator
Effective cooling fan
Tier 3 emission standard or better
State whether turbo timer is used.
Automatic / power shift or hydrostatic transmission
Transmission operation will not cause a significant reduction in hydraulic equipment performance at low revs
Speeds are to be suitable for the efficient loading of road base from a quarry floor
Safety locking device on lever to eliminate accidental engagement.
Safety device to only permit engine starting in neutral
4 wheel drive
Heavy duty drive shafts and axles
Heavy duty differentials (No spin or limited slip an advantage)
Min 12 ply rating
L3 pattern
Easily serviceable articulation with replaceable bushes or bearings
Wet disc brakes on all wheels
Mechanically activated parking/emergency brake
Preference may be given on the basis of brake-out force and hydraulic cycle times
Pipes and hoses are to be properly secured and protected against chafing and impact damage
Rams are to be readily serviceable, heavy duty with hardened shafts
Ram mounting points to be fitted with replaceable bushes or bearings
Z-bar Linkage preferred for the bucket
Heavy duty 4 in 1 bucket of no less than 2.5m3 capacity @ material density of 1.7t/cu m
Must specify manufacturer of the bucket, if alternatives available provide option prices
To be fitted with heavy duty teeth, side edge protection and replaceable cutting edge and teeth
Cutting edge and teeth to be equal when the bucket is flat on the ground
Dump height must be a minimum 2,700mm @ 45 degree discharge
Safe working load to be displayed on the loader arms
To be equipped for night operation with effective flood lights both front and rear
To be fitted with a very loud air horn
12 or 24volt system, with min two, 12volt heavy duty batteries
Battery isolation switch
Alternator no less than 35 amp capacity
Electric starter motor capable of starting the engine in all weather conditions
Adequate guarding shall be provided to prevent damage to lights and wiring
Wiring is to be adequately secured to prevent damage from chafing or cutting
Cab to be pressurised and fitted with an effective air filtration system that will eliminate fine dust
Lockable doors and windows
Roll over and falling object protection structure to Australian standards
Unobscured forward and side vision from operators seat
Securely mounted rear view mirrors.
Vision that allows unobstructed vision to the rear of the vehicle from the operators seat
Integrated air conditioning and heating
Sound suppression to limit noise within the cab to 80dBA or below
All controls to be easily accessible from a comfortable seated position
Properly installed heavy duty AM/FM radio/player
12 volt power outlet
UHF radio and aerial to be fitted
Fully adjustable ergonomic suspension seat
Seat belt to Australian standards "Earthmoving machinery"
Hour meter
Engine oil pressure gauge and or low pressure warning device
Temperature gauge and or high temperature warning device
2 rotating amber beacons must be visible forward and rear
Reversing alarm and rear Camera automatically activated when reverse gear is selected
A 9 kg fire extinguisher suitably mounted on the outside of the loader.
A 1.5kg fire extinguisher mounted in the cab.
Key alike vandal protection to be provided as follows:
Hinged lock up engine covers
Lockable battery box
Lockable fuel tank cap
Lockable radiator cap cover
Lockable hydraulic tank cap
Lockable tool box
All windows to be of tinted laminated glass
Safety labels to be fitted as per Plant Assessor
Compliant with Plant Assessor Inspection.
3 Emergency Stops to be fitted, one in cab two external.
Steps to be non slip.
Operator instruction manuals
Workshop service manuals
Parts books
Tool kit (operator maintenance in field)
Tool box
Automatic weighing system with on board printer.
Upon delivery, operator training is to be provided in:
Training shall be provided for maintenance staff in :
Structure and function testing and diagnosis
Repair and maintenance
Machines delivered to Cowra Shire Council Depot with road worthy certificates so Council can conditionally register the machines
For any variation from these specifications to be considered they must be submitted in writing with the tender
A list of available service exchange parts is to be provided
Full details of the any warrantees offered is to be provided
A company profile is to be provided detailing:
Number and location of service centres or agents
Location of spare parts warehouses and method of distribution
Percentage of spare part stock held for the machine offered
Non genuine fitments must be noted and manufactures details provided
A full description of the machine and equipment offered shall be submitted as part of tender documentation. This information my be in the form of brochures and must include illustrations
Delivered to Cowra Shire Council Depot with road worthy certificates so Council can conditionally register the machines
Tenders are to be submitted via Tenderlink

Tender: Gross Pollutant Traps and Pipework Servicing Request for Tender, New South Wales, closes 27/11/2018 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

Illawarra Shoalhaven Joint Organisation (ISJO)
ABOUT ISJO: Joint Organisations (JOs) provide a new way for local councils and the NSW Government to work together to deliver things that matter the most to regional communities. They represent a commitment to collaborate in the long term to develop and support a shared vision for the region. The ISJO's vision for the Illawarra is a confident, vibrant and productive region that maximizes its potential and looks after its people and environment.
ABOUT THE TENDER: Tenders are invited from organizations capable of carrying out all aspects of Gross Pollutant Traps and Pipework Servicing, in accordance with this request for tender, for a period of 2 years with up to 3 x 1 year extension options at councils' discretion.
REGISTRATION: Documents must be obtained after registration on the e-tendering portal which is free (see option below).
ENQUIRIES: Tender enquiries should be directed to Tracey Maguire, Regional Procurement Coordinator, via the online forum only.
SUBMISSIONS: Completed responses can be submitted via the electronic tender box (preferred) (see option below) using the attached word version of the Returnable Schedules. Respondents will receive a Successful Submission Receipt timed and dated upon completion. Should assistance be required please use the online manual on the portal under Support/Online Manuals/Making a Submission or contact Tenderlink Customer Support on 1800 233 533 or Alternatively, responses can also be placed in a sealed envelope and endorsed with the tender title, number, and closing date, and placed in the Tender Box located at Reception Desk, Administration Centre of Kiama Municipal Council, 11 Manning Street, Kiama by the nominated time and date.
CLOSING DATE AND TIME: Tenders close at 2.00PM on Tuesday 27 November 2018 and submissions must be fully received by this time. ISJO is not bound to accept the lowest priced Tender or all or any part of a Tender and reserves the right to conduct the Request for Tender process and select the successful respondent(s) as it sees fit. ISJO and council staff are unable to respond to verbal enquiries in relation to the proposal. Late, verbal, faxed or emailed proposals will not be accepted.

Tender: 12/2019 - Media Towers Remediation, New South Wales, closes 28/11/2018 3:00 p.m. NSW ...

Tender for Contract # 12/2019
Tenders are invited for the works associated with the supply of materials and labour for the restoration of two steel media towers, Eastern and Western tower, located at North Sydney Oval, Miller Street, North Sydney.
Restoration works include but are not limited to the following: removal of existing paint surface, blast cleaning of steel structure, removal of all corrosion, replacement of brace members, application of protective tape, painting, minor electrical work and replacement of fixings.
All works need to be completed within the period of 17 January 2019 to 30 March 2019.
Tender documents may be obtained free of charge by registering on the e-tendering portal at If you experience difficulties accessing this website, please contact the Tenderlink helpdesk on 1800 233 533.
Tender documents are also available in hardcopy from 6 November 2018 for a non-refundable fee of $300.00 per set, from North Sydney Council at 200 Miller Street, North Sydney.
A pre tender meeting will be held on site at North Sydney Oval, 2 Fig Tree Lane, North Sydney on Wednesday, 14 November 2018 at 10.00 am.
Submissions in sealed envelopes marked with the quotation number 12/2019 and clearly labeled 'Media Towers Remediation North Sydney Oval' must be submitted in accordance with conditions of tendering by 3.00 pm on Wednesday, 28 November 2018.
Ken Gouldthorp
General Manager
North Sydney Council
PO Box 12

Tender: Financial Checking Services, Australia, closes 30/11/2018 2:00 p.m. NSW ...

Agency: Department of Defence - DSRG.
Close Date & Time: 30 November 2018 at 2.00 pm (ACT Local Time).
Location: ACT, NSW, VIC, SA, WA, QLD, NT, TAS.
ATM Type: Request for Tender.
Description: AGSVA has a requirement to access national individual and company financial information as part of the security clearance process. The financial reports must be accurate, complete, consistent, relevant and timely. The release of financial information must be in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).
The Contractor shall provide online access to the required financial reports and hard copy printing capability that is compatible and accessible by Defence users.
Conditions for Participation: As per clauses 2.4 and 2.5 of the Conditions of Tender:
2.4 Preparation and Transmission of Classified Tenders
2.4.1 Classified information in tenders is to be avoided where possible. If this cannot be achieved, tenders containing classified information are to be prepared and transmitted as follows:
a. for Australian tenders, in accordance with Principle 71 of the DSPF; and
b. for overseas tenders, in accordance with the applicable industry security information system regulations issued by the appropriate government security authority in their country. If transmission involves transmission by diplomatic bag, the overseas tenderer is to use the diplomatic bag of its own government.
2.4.2 If only part of a tender contains classified information, that part may be segregated from the remainder of the tender for separate transmission. However, both parts of the tender are subject to the Closing Time specified in the Tender Details Schedule. Care should therefore be taken to ensure that sufficient time is allowed for tenders to be received by the Closing Time when secure means of transmission are used.
2.5 Defence Security Requirements
2.5.1 On request by the Commonwealth, the tenderer is to comply with the Commonwealth security clearance and accreditations process as detailed in Principles 23, 40, 72 and 73 of the DSPF, including obtaining the level of security clearance and accreditations required by the Commonwealth.
Timeframe for Delivery: January 2019 - January 2022.
Address for Lodgement: AusTender at in accordance with instructions in Request Documentation.
Contact Details: Elaine Roughley. E:
This information is subject to change and should be verified on the AusTender Website. Documents available from Internet Site:
the following address (please click here)

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