The Contractor shall deploy an expert incinerator operator, fully equipped with all required tools and equipment, to support the client in un-packing, installation, and commissioning of the different sizes of incinerator units.
The operator will be provided on a day-rate reimbursable basis. The bidder must specify the minimum scope of work in terms of operator working days and travel days.
Rates for these to be provided on the financial offer form.
All associated fittings and connections to enable full functionality shall be completed by the bidder in line with the manufacturer’s
instructions; including but not limited to piping, electrical and stack connections, foundations, anchorage to foundations, etc., as applicable
“Handover of the unit
The Contractor shall hand over ownership and control of each size of unit to the client after the first 5 days of supervised operation.
The handover process shall include a detailed inspection and completion of a checklist and statement of operability.
“Decommissioning, overhaul and repacking of the unit
Based upon a potential need for an incinerator unit to be moved to a new location the contractor will outline the key steps through a
clear written procedure and direct demonstration by the contracted operator for the decommissioning and repacking of the units, so this can be achieved.