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One (1) Surge Tank for Pinewoods WTP

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000446197

Bid Title: One (1) Surge Tank for Pinewoods WTP

Agency Bid No. Title: B-160122

Received Date: 12/23/2015

Close Date: 01/12/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Pinewoods Water Treatment Plant, 11950 Corkscrew Road, Estero, Florida, 33928

Delivery Date: Not Stated


Specifications include, but are not limited to:Project description: To provide a stainless steel surge tank and appurtenances to be used for surge suppression for the Pinewoods WTP reverse osmosis concentrate (brine) system / deep injection well. Compatible with the following water quality parameters: Specific Conductance: 21,000 (umhos/cm) Total Dissolved Solids: 14,600 (mg/L) pH: 7.0 (std. units) Chlorides: 5,500 (mg/L) Sulfate: 3,520 (mg/L) MINIMUM SURGE TANK EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTSHydropneumatic Surge Tank Orientation: Horizontal Application: Surge, brine Material: 316 stainless steel, passivated and bead blasted for uniform finish. Diameter: 60 O.D. Nominal volume 1,422 gallons. MAWP 260 psig @ 120 deg. F. Designed, manufactured, hydro-tested and stamped per ASME PV&B Code Sec. VIII, Div. 1 Hydrotest pressure is 1.3 times of MAWP. Calculations: Seismic calculations with anchor bolt embedment recommendations/ PE stamp FL. Corrosion allowance: 0. Connections: One 8-150# flanged inlet/outlet. One 2-150# drain connection. As required, SA-182-304 SS, 3000# threaded half couplings for instrumentation, sight glass, safety valve, and air pressure line. Manway: 24. Two saddle supports, two lifting lugs

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Product Codes: 83046, 96878

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: County of Lee

State: Florida

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Division of Procurement Management, 1825 Hendry Street, 3rd Floor, Fort Myers, Florida, 33901



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