Government Contract | Oregon
Slip-in Deicer Units

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00001078999

Bid Title: Slip-in Deicer Units

Agency Bid No. Title: 730-32998-17

Received Date: 09/04/2017

Close Date: 09/20/2017

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Not Stated, Oregon

Delivery Date: Not Stated


Specifications include, but are not limited to: 3.3 MUD FLAPS: Mud flaps must be black with no legends.3.4 SERVICE AND INSPECTION POINTS: The Unit shall be designed so that inspection and/or service points shall be readily accessible, including grease fittings and tire valve stems, drain ports, etc.3.5 COVERS: All caps and covers that must be removed in order to perform daily to bi-weekly Preventive Maintenance, other scheduled warranty service, or maintenance recommended or required by the Contractor, must be secured to the Unit by a chain or other device. All hoses, pipes, and plumbing connections shall have either retained covers, quick disconnects, or protective caps.3.6 SPECIAL TOOLS: If special tools, gauges, adapters, etc., are required for maintenance, adjustment and/or inspection of the Unit or a component thereof, they shall be identified and delivered with the Unit. This includes the latest version of diagnostic software, where applicable.3.7 FILTERS: Filters shall be easily accessible and replaceable without removing or disconnecting other components. If necessary, filters shall be remotely mounted to meet this requirement. Spin-on or cartridge filters are required for fluid service. All filters shall be heavy-duty and sized for severe service environments. Filter housings, including engine air cleaner housings, shall be manufacturers standard material.3.8 BOLTS AND NUTS: Bolts shall be used with nuts of identical grade. Bolt and nut grade certification may be required. Grade eight (8) bolts shall be medium carbon alloy steel. Grade eight (8) bolts of boron steel or grain enhanced steel are unacceptable.3.9 HOSE, WIRE AND TUBE ROUTING: Hose, wire and tube routing shall not impede normal maintenance and adjustment of the Unit. Hoses, wires and tubes shall be securely and neatly positioned. Kinks in hoses, wires, and/or tubing are not acceptable. See also SECTIONS 3.11, 3.13 and FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS:3.10.1 Unless otherwise specified elsewhere in the ITB, fluids and lubricants shall be compatible with the following:3.10.1(a) Engine Oil OEM Specifications Standards3.10.1(b) Hydraulic Fluid - AW ISO 323.10.1(c) Grease - Chevron Ultra Duty II, Grade 2

Product Code: 76566

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of Oregon - Department of Transportation

State: Oregon

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Joni Sirovatka Central Services, 1327 SE 3rd Street, Pendleton, Oregon, 97801

Phone: 541-429-6687

Fax: 541-276-5767




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