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SECTION-6

CHAPTER-7
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION FOR 33 kV CLASS COPPER WOUND DISTRIBUTION
TRANSFORMERS (CONVENTIONAL TYPE) FOR 200, 400 & 630 KVA CAPACITY WITH
INTERNAL CSP (COMPLETELY SELF PROTECTED) FEATURES
1

1.1

2.

SCOPE
This specification covers the design, engineering, manufacture, testing, supply and
delivery of oil immersed, naturally cooled, three phase, 50Hz, double wound, outdoor
type distribution transformers of 200, 400 & 630KVA capacity with completely self
protected (CSP) distribution transformers for outdoor sub-stations in earthed neutral
system with nominal voltage of 33 kV Sub-Station auxiliary distribution systems.
It is not the intent to specify completely herein all the details of the design and
construction of equipment. However, the equipment shall conform in all respects to high
standards of engineering, design and workmanship and shall be capable of performing
in continuous commercial operation upto the Bidders guarantee, in manner acceptable
to the purchaser, who will interpret the meanings of drawings and specification and
shall have the power to reject any work or material which, in his judgment is not in
accordance therewith. The offered equipment shall be complete with all components
necessary for their effective and trouble free operation. Such, components be deemed
to be within the scope of Bidders supply interceptive of whether those are specifically
brought out in this specification and / or the commercial order or not. Transformers will
be plinth mounted.

STANDARDS
Unless otherwise modified in this specification the transformer shall conform in all
respect to the relevant Indian / International Standard Specification, with latest
amendments thereof some of them are listed below:
Indian
Title
International
Standards
standards
IS-2026:1977-81 Specification of Power Transformer
IEC-76
IS-335/1983
Insulating Oil for transformer & switchgear
BS-148
IS-3639:1968
Fittings & Accessories for Power Transformer
ASTM D-1275
IS-2099:1986
Higher Voltage Porcelain Bushings
IEC 296-1969
IS-7421-1988
Low Voltage Porcelain Bushings
IS-3347
Dimensions for Outdoor Bushings
DIN 42531 to
33, 23, 3
IS-12444
Specification for Copper wire rods
ASTM B-49
IS-5/1964
Specification for colours for ready mixed paints
IS-6600/1972
Guide for loading of oil immersed Transformers
CBI&P
Manual on transformer, Publication No.275
The bidder shall use ISS, however, wherever this standard is not available,
corresponding IEC may be followed.
Material conforming to ISS or the internationally accepted standards, which ensure
equal or higher quality than the standards mentioned above, would also be acceptable.
In case the Bidders who wish to offer material conforming to the standards, salient
points of difference between the standards adopted and the specific standards shall be
clearly brought out in relevant schedule. Four copies of such standards with authentic
English translations shall be furnished along with the offer.

3.

CLIMATIC CONDITIONS
As per Vol-II Sec-1.

4.

TYPE AND RATING

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The transformers shall have core type construction and ONAN cooled as mentioned
below and shall be suitable for outdoor service as step-down-transformers. The rating
and electrical characteristics of the transformers shall be as follows:

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i.)
ii.)
iii.)
iv.)
v.)
vi.)
vii.)
viii.)
ix.)
x.)
xi.)
5.

Continuous capacity
Rated HT voltage
Rated LT voltage
Frequency
No. of phases
Connection (HT)
Connection (LT)
Vector Group
Taps
Type of cooling
No Load Voltage ratio

200KVA, 400KVA & 630KVA


33kV
433V 250V
50Hz 5%
3
Delta
Star Neutral brought out
Dyn-11
No. of taps shall be -5% to +10% with 2.5% steps.
ONAN

33000/433V at principle tap

WINDINGS
The primary winding shall be connected in delta and the secondary winding in star
(Vector symbol Dyn-11) so as to produce a positive displacement of 300 from the
primary to the secondary vectors of the same phase. The neutral of the secondary
winding shall be brought out to a separate insulated terminal.
All transformers shall be oil immersed weather proof and suitable for outdoor
installation.
The windings and connections, insulation material shall not soften, ooze out, shrink or
collapse during service.
No strip conductor wound on edge shall have a width exceeding six times its thickness.
The conductors shall be transposed at sufficient intervals to minimize eddy currents and
equalize the current and temperature distribution along the windings.
The windings and connections shall be properly brazed to withstand shocks during
transportation or transient conditions during service.
The adequate pre-shrinkage of the coil assembly using pre-compressed press board
material having low moisture content for the radial spacer blocks shall be ensured by
the manufacturers so that there is no displacement of the radial spacer blocks due to
frequent short circuits on the transformers.
All windings after being wound and all fibrous hygroscopic materials used in the
construction of the transformer shall be dried under vacuum and impregnated with hot
oil.
In addition to this the drying process be sufficiently extended for proper stabilization of
the coil assembly. More than one cycle of soaking in oil followed by retightening of the
coil assembly should be adopted.
The coil clamping rings wherever used shall preferably be of flat insulated steel
laminations. Auxiliary laminated material except bakelised paper shall not be used.
The clamping arrangement shall exert equal pressure on all columns of spacers of the
transformer windings built of sections or disc-coils separated by spacers. In no case,
spiral winding will be used either for HV or LV windings.
The radial spacer blocks must be made of pre-compressed pressboard material, which
will not soften while in contact with oil or fray out into fibers or edges. The slots should
be so dimensioned that the blocks will not come out of the slots.
Uniform distribution of coil clamping force shall be designed by using an adequately
large number of coil clamping bolts and by transferring the clamping force from
clamping bolts to the clamping plates through intermediate members, which can spread
the clamping force over a large area.
All joints shall be brazed/crimped considering the vibrations due to short circuits and
load fluctuations.

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6.

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION


Core: Material CRGO sheet.

a)
b)

The core shall be of high grade cold rolled grain oriented annealed silicon steel
laminations having low loss & good grain properties, coated with oil proof insulation,
bolted/clamped together to the frames firmly to prevent any vibration. All core clamping
bolts if provided shall be effectively insulated. The complete design of core must ensure
permanency of the core losses with continuous working of the transformer. The value of
the flux density allowed & the design & grade of laminations used shall be clearly stated
in the offer.
Flux Density: Flux Density at normal voltage (for grade-41 CRGO Laminations) shall
not be more than 1.6 Tesla.
Over Flux: Over Flux in the transformer core shall be limited to 12.5% to ensure that in
the event of over-voltage to the extent of 12.5%, the core does not get saturated.

c)
d)
e)

f)
g)
a)
b)
c)
d)
ote:
7.

No Load Current: No Load Current at 100% voltage shall not be more than 2% of the
full load current subject to tolerance as per ISS. No Load current at 12.5% over voltage
shall not exceed 4% of the full load current. The supplier shall furnish necessary design
data in support of this stipulation.
Minimum number of steps of core shall be 5 Nos.
Core Clamping:
The core-clamping channel shall be of size 75mm x 40mm with 2 No. 12mm dia MS
Bolts for clamping efficiently.
For top yoke (channel), if cuts of holes are made for LV connection, suitable
reinforcement to channel shall be made.
MS channel shall be painted with oil & corrosion resistant paint before use.
Core base and bottom yoke shall be supported with 75mm x 40mm MS channel with
proper bolting together. In no case flat or cut channels shall be accepted.
The tenderer shall ensure that the CRGO supplier should have BIS certification.
TEMPERATURE RISE
The temperature rise shall not exceed limits of 500C (measured by resistance) for
transformer windings & 400C (measured by thermometer) for top oil, when tested in
accordance with IS-2026-1977. The hot spot temperature shall not exceed 950C when
calculated on an annual weighted average temp. of 320C as per ISS:2026.
The limits of temperature rise mentioned above will have to be satisfied by the
manufacturer by carrying the heat run test at the lowest negative tap by feeding losses
corresponding to the rated current of the tap.
IMPEDANCE
The percentage impedance at 750C shall be 4.5% subject to tolerance as per IS-2026.
COOLING
All transformers shall be capable of giving a continuous output without exceeding the
specified temperature rise with ONAN cooling
TRANSFORMER OIL
The transformer oil shall comply with the requirement of ISS-335 Specification for
insulating oil for transformers.
TAP CHANGING MECHANISM
The transformers shall be provided with off circuit tap selector switch on HV windings
for HV variation from 5% to +10% in steps of 2.5% to give a constant LV.
These steps shall be operated by hand, and provisions shall be made for indication of
tap position and locking on any particular tap.

7.1

8.
9.

10.

11.

12.

FITTINGS
The following standard fittings shall be provided: a)

Two no. suitable earthing terminals.

b)

Oil level gauge indicating three positions of oil marked as follows:

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i) Minimum 50C.
ii) At

300C.

iii) Maximum 980C.


c)

Lifting lugs & pulling lugs.

d)

Rating and terminal marking plates.

e)

Silica gel breathing device of weather proof design with minimum silica gel 400 gm.

f)

Drain cum sampling valve made of steel of the type suitable to the tank.

g)

Thermometer pocket with 4 inch dial type thermometer.

h)

Filling hole having P 1-1/4 thread conservator.

i)

1 No. filter valve with plug 25mm diameter at the top for filtration.

j)

Air release plug on the top cover.

k)

Conservator tank along with a drain valve, filling hole & valve between conservator and
tank.
Base channels.

l)
m)

Explosion vent/Pressure relief device operate at a pressure of 0.3 to 0.5kg/cm2.

n)

Off load tap changer with tapping device.

o)

Uni-directional flat rollers.

p)

Bimetallic terminal connector on HV/LV Bushings (Universal type).

q)

Radiators as required.

13.

14.
14.1

14.2

CONSERVATOR
On transformers, provision of conservator is obligatory. When a conservator is fitted,
the oil gauge and the breathing device shall be fixed to the conservator which shall also
be provided with a drain plug and a filling hole with a cover. In addition, the cover of the
main tank shall be provided with an air release plug to enable trapped air to be released
unless.
The conservator is so located as to eliminate the possibility of air being trapped within
the main tank.
The inside diameter of the pipe connecting the conservator to the main tank shall be
within 20 mm to 50 mm and it should project into the conservator in such a way that its
end is approximately 20 mm above the bottom of conservator, so as to create a sump
for collection of impurities. The minimum oil-level (corresponding to 50C) should be
above the sump level.
TANK
TANK CONSTRUCTION
The main tank of the transformer shall be made of good quality steel sheet having a
minimum thickness of 4 mm for the sides of the tank and a minimum thickness of 6.00
mm for top and bottom plates for all ratings. The tanks shall be suitably stiffened at two
places along the height to make them sturdy. The stiffeners shall be provided on all the
4 sides of the tank. The tank shall be capable of withstanding a pressure upto +1Kg/cm2
and (-0.7) Kg/cm2 (Gauge pressure) for 30 minutes. The word HVPNL PROPERTY
shall be engraved on the top cover plate and side of the tank body. No negative
tolerance shall be allowed.
The permanent deflection of plate after pressure has been released, shall not exceed
the values given below:
Length of plate
DEFLECTION
750 MM
5 mm
751-1250 mm
6 mm
RADIATORS
These shall be made of ERW tubes with min side thickness of 18 SWG. These tubes

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should be used in vertical formation without any bending and properly welded on both
ends to common headers. These radiators should be individually test for leakage and
pressure tests etc. before welding with the main tank.

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14.3

FASTENERS:
All bolts, studs, screw threads, pipe threads, bolt heads and nuts shall comply with the
appropriate Indian Standards for metric threads, or the technical equivalent. Bolts or
studs shall not be less than 6 mm in diameter except when used for small wiring
terminals.
All nuts and pins shall be adequately locked. Wherever possible bolts shall be fitted in
such a manner that in the event of failure of locking resulting in the nuts working loose
and falling off, the bolt will remain in position.
All ferrous bolts, nuts and washers placed in outdoor positions shall be treated to
prevent corrosion, by hot dip galvanizing, except high tensile steel bolts and spring
washers which shall be electro-galvanised / plated. Appropriate precautions shall be
taken to prevent electrolytic action between dissimilar metals.
Each bolt or stud shall project at least one thread but not more than three threads
through the nut, except when otherwise approved for terminal board studs or relay
stems. If bolts nuts are placed so that they are inaccessible by means of ordinary
spanners, special spanners shall be provided.
The length of the screwed portion of the bolts shall be such that no screw thread may
form part of a shear plane between members.
Taper washers shall be provided where necessary.
Protective washers of suitable material shall be provided front and back or the securing
screws.
2 No., anti-theft fasteners of steel on two diagonally opposite corners of the tank shall
be provided. All nuts & pins shall be adequately locked.

15.
15.1

15.2

15.3

15.4
15.5
16.

17.

18.

BUSHING AND TERMINALS


Terminal arrangement: The transformer shall be fitted with three high voltages and four
low voltage outdoor types porcelain bushing of appropriate voltage and current rating
and LT bushing shall be provided on the side of the tank. Each terminal including the
neutral shall be distinctly marked and coloured for phase voltage on both HV and LV
sides. The system of marking shall be in accordance with the latest amendment of
relevant IS.
The electrical characteristics of high voltage bushing shall conform to latest version of
IS:2099 and IS 3347. The low voltage bushing shall conform to latest version of IS:
7421. All porcelain bushing shall be homogeneous, free from flaws effecting its
mechanical strength or dielectric quality. They should be well vitrified, uniformly glazed,
tough and impervious to moisture. The creepage distance of all the bushing shall be
25mm per kV of highest system voltage suitable for heavily polluted atmosphere and
the protected creepage distance not less than 50% of total.
The bushings terminal connectors for both HT and LT shall be of clamp type to directly
receive Aluminium/ conductors/ cables without requiring use of lugs. The terminal
connectors shall be directly screwed on the stem to secure effective sealing of the
bushings.
The bushings rods and nuts shall be made of brass suitable for bushings as per
requirement of IS-3347 mentioned in 15.1 above.
Neutral bushing of LV side should be similar to LV bushing. Neutral shall be earthed
through a separate bushing on the transformer tank.
SEALING GASKETS
All sealing washers/gaskets should be of grade RC-70C or RC-80B of neoprene
Bended Cork as per IS-4253 (P-II) 1980 (Latest edition).
FINISH
The exterior of the transformer tank and other ferrous fittings shall be thoroughly
cleaned, scraped and given a priming coat and two finishing coats of durable oil and
weather resisting paints or enamel. The colour of the finishing coats shall be dark grey
conforming to No. 632 of IS:5-1961 Colours for Ready Mixed paints (second revision).
RATINGS AND TERMINAL MARKING PLATES
Each transformer shall be provided with non-detachable rating and terminal marking

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19.

20

21

22
22.1

22.1.1
22.1.1.1

plates of weather proof material fitted in a visible position and showing the complete
information as given under clause 16 of IS-1980 (Part-I) 1981 or any authoritative
standards for transformers including the following details: i)
Purchase order No. & date
ii)
Date of
inspection
iii)
Property of HVPNL.
MOUNTING ARRANGEMENTS
The under base of all transformer shall be provided to make them suitable for fixing on
a plinth.
LOSSES
The losses of each transformer shall be stated in the tender ONAN rating at principal
tap at full load at 750C which shall be less than :Sr. No.
KVA rating of
No Load losses
Full Load
Maximum
T/F
in Watts (max.)
losses Rating
Weighted
Watts (max.)
average
at 75oC
losses
1.
200
500
3000
1600
2.
400
750
5000
2700
3.
630
1000
7000
3700
EQUALISATION FORMULA:
The losses at principal tap of each transformer shall be stated in the tender ONAN
rating at full load at 750C.
For the purpose of arriving at comparable prices, the iron & copper losses shall be
capitalized as per formula given below:=3,86,700( Wi + 0.45 Wc)
Where
Wi
=
Iron (No load) Losses
Wc
=
Copper (Load Losses)
The maximum sealing of component and weightage average losses shall be as per
clause 24.0 and no positive tolerance shall be allowed on these values.
In case losses of the T/F are found to be higher then the specified values at any stage
within three years from the date of commissioning the capitalized value of excess
losses, as compare to the specified value shall be recovered as per following
capitalization formula:Amount recoverable (Rs.)= 3,86,700(Wi + 0.45 Wc + 0.45Wp)
COMPLETELY SELF PROTECTED (CSP) FEATURES
The Transformers shall have the following CSP features:
Internal HV fuse on the HT side of transformer:
Specification for the HV fuse: Expulsion/any other suitable type of fuse placed in series
with the primary winding. The fuse is mounted normally inside of the primary bushing
for the three phases and it is connected to the high voltage winding through a terminal
block. This has to protect that part of the electrical distribution system, which is ahead
of the distribution transformers from faults, which occur inside the distribution
transformers i.e. either on the windings or some other part of the transformers. It shall
be ensured that the fuse does not blow for faults on the secondary side (LT side) of the
transformer i.e. the blowing characteristics of the fuse and LT breaker shall be so
coordinated such that the fuse shall not blow for any faults on the secondary side of the
transformer beyond LT breakers and those faults shall be cleared by the LT breaker
only
Internally mounted oil immersed LT breaker on the LV side of the transformer
3 Pole LT Circuit Breaker: All LT faults after the breaker shall be cleared by this
breaker. As such it shall be designed for perfect coordination with the HT fuse link. The
bidder shall furnish the time/current characteristic for LT circuit breaker of 33kV fuses

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for various current multiples.

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a)
b)
c)

The two characteristics shall be drawn on the same sheet to indicate coordination
between the circuit breaker and fuse. The Bidder shall carry out coordination test as
indicated above and this forms one of the tests as for acceptance test.
The breaker shall be coordinated thermally with the transformer design to follow closely
the variations of coil acceptance test.
The breaker shall be coordinated thermally with the transformer design to follow closely
the variations of coil temperature due to fluctuating load and ambient temperatures
This is to be accomplished by connecting the breaker in series between the secondary
windings and the secondary bushings. The breaker shall be located in the same oil as
the core and coil assembly so that the bimetal are sensitive to the temperature of oil as
well as the load current.
The circuit breaker shall also be closed and opened manually standing on ground. The
current carrying parts of breakers shall be copper plus a set of copper tungsten current
interrupting contacts.
The cross section of the current carrying parts of the breakers shall withstand the full
load current at a current density not more than 2.5 A/Sq.mm (for additional mechanical
strength the area should be more).
Unit P.F &
0.8P.F
125% load
100% load
75% load
50% load
25% load
Regulation at
The bidder may offer microprocessor based MCCB with line current characteristics
confirming to IS: 156600 of appropriate rating & good quality from reputed manufacturer
in the metal-box of the distribution transformer instead of internal LV breaker.
The breaker-trip setting shall be done considering loading of 130% loading for 6 hours
duration at an average ambient temperature of 400C for internal breaker as well as
MCCB (if approved)
TESTS AND INSPECTION
All the tests shall be carried out in accordance with clause 16 of IS (Part-I) 1977
ROUTINE TESTS:
All transformers shall be subjected to the following routine tests at the manufacturers
works in accordance with IS 2026 and 1180 (Part-I): Measurement of winding resistance.
Ratio, Polarity and phase relationship.
Measurement of Impedance voltage/short circuit impedance.

d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)

Load losses.
No load losses and no load current.
Insulation resistance.
Induced over voltage withstand.
Separate source voltage withstand.
Ratio, Polarity and phase relationship.
Measurement of Impedance voltage/short circuit impedance.

k)
l)
m)
n)
o)
p)

Load losses.
No load losses and no load current.
Insulation resistance.
Induced over voltage withstand.
Separate source voltage withstand.
Oil leakage test.

22.1.1.2
22.1.1.3
22.1.1.4
22.1.1.5
22.1.1.6
22.1.1.7
22.1.1.8
22.1.1.9

NOTE:-

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23.1

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q)

Magnetic balance test and magnetizing current and low voltage.

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23.2

i)
ii)

a)
b)

iii)

iv)

v)

23.3

23.4

23.5

23.6

23.7

TYPE TESTS
The following type tests shall be made on the transformers in addition to the routine
tests from (a) to (f) as indicated in 19.1 above: Temperature rise test shall be carried out on one unit from each lot as offered for
inspection.
Air pressure tests: The tank shall be fixed with a dummy cover with all fittings
including bushings in position and shall be subjected to the following pressure created
inside the tank:
0.8 kg/cm2 above the atmospheric pressure for 10 minutes.
A vacuum corresponding to (-) 0.7 kg/cm2 for 10 minutes. Permanent deflection of flat
plate after pressure has been released, shall not exceed the value given below: Length of plate
DEFLECTION
Upto 750 mm
5 mm
751-1250 mm
6 mm
Impulse voltage withstand test on all the three limbs of HT side as per clause 13 of ISS
2026/1991/Part-II conducted at some recognized/Govt. test house not more than 7
years old from the date of bid opening shall required to be submitted. The dispatches
shall only be allowed after successful conductance of this test.
SHORT CIRCUIT TEST: This test shall be made in accordance with the details
specified in IS 2026/1977 conducted at some recognized/Govt. test house not more
than 7 years old from the date of bid opening shall required to be submitted. The
dispatches shall only be allowed after successful conductance of this test. If short circuit
tests on unit of similar design of transformer with capacity as per schedule had been
conducted earlier than certificate shall be produced along with tender and the test need
not be conducted.
Unbalance Current Test: The value of unbalanced current indicated by the ammeter
shall not be more than 2% of the full load current.
No supplies will be allowed to be dispatched without inspection by the purchaser/its
representative and without carrying out the impulse and short circuit tests satisfactorily.
FLUX DENSITY TEST:
The supplier shall arrange to conduct the flux density test on one of the cores of the
transformers in each lot so as to ensure that the flux density does not exceed the
maximum specified limit of 1.6 Tesla at normal voltage & frequency.
OIL TEST
At least two samples of oil shall be drawn out of any two sizeable lots from total ordered
quantity to ensure that the oil used complies with the requirements of the Specification
as per ISS-335. However, inspecting officer can draw oil samples from any number of
lots if considered necessary so as to ensure that transformer oil conforming to ISS is
being used. The dispatches for such lots shall be allowed only after receipt of
satisfactory oil test results.
OIL LEAKAGE TEST:
The air pressure tests provided as a routine test shall be carried out on 10% of the
transformers in each lot. The firm shall ensure to get this test carried out strictly as per
relevant ISS.
PHYSICAL CHECK ON VARIOUS DIMENSIONS (INTERNAL & EXTERNAL WEIGHT
CLEARANCE ETC.)
One No. transformer from each lot shall be opened for checking of core weight, size
and weight of HT & LT conductor, quantity of oil and various clearances etc.
INSPECTION
The inspection shall be carried out by an outside inspection agency to be nominated by
the Nigams representative. All tests & inspection shall be made at the place of
manufacturer unless otherwise specifically agrees upon between the manufacturer and
the purchaser at the time of placing the order. The manufacturer shall afford the
inspector representing the purchaser all reasonable facilities, without charge, to satisfy
himself that the material is being furnished in accordance with this Specification.

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23.8

23.9
24

25
26

27

28

The purchaser has the right to have the tests carried out at its own cost by an
independent agency whenever there is any dispute regarding the quality of supply. If
the transformer fails in the tests, the cost shall be borne by the supplier and if it passes,
the cost shall be borne by the Nigam.
The purity test of copper for winding shall be got conducted on sample of copper for
assessing its quality, from two independent NABL accredited laboratories.
TEST VOLTAGE
Transformers shall be capable of withstanding the power frequency and impulse test
voltages prescribed as below: NOMINAL
HIGHEST SYSTEM
IMPULSE TEST POWER
system
VOLTAGE
VOLTAGE
FREQUENCY TEST
VOLTAGE
VOLTAGE
33 KV (RMS)
36 KV (RMS)
170 KV (PEAK)
70 KV (RMS)
TOLERANCE OF ELECTRICAL PERFORMANCE
Tolerance shall be according to clause 11 of IS: 2026 (part-I/General: 1977).
DRAWING AND LITERATURE
The bidder shall submit four sets of final versions of complete and correct equipment
drawings for purchasers approval along with bid in a sealed envelope. The purchaser
shall communicate his comments/approval on the drawings to the supplier within 21
days from the date of issue of LOI. The submission of complete and correct readable
drawings for approval is the responsibility of the bidder/supplier. The supplier shall, if so
required by the purchaser, modify the drawings and resubmit four copies of the
modified drawings for purchasers approval within two weeks from the date of
purchasers comments. Then, the purchaser shall approve the revised drawings within
two weeks from the date of its receipt.
The successful bidder shall also supply one set of instruction manual containing
handling, installation, testing and commissioning of equipment at the time of despatch
of material to the consignee with each equipment for our field staff. In addition, 5 sets of
such bound manuals and final approved drawings shall be supplied for reference &
record in our design office.
One set of all the approved drawings and manual of instructions will be supplied
along with each equipment without which the supply will not be considered as
complete supply.
PACKING
Transformers shall be delivered suitably packed. Although the method of packing is left
to the discretion of the manufacturer, it should be robust enough for rough handling,
which is occasioned during transportation by rail/road.
GUARANTEED DATA
Guaranteed Technical particulars and other Technical data in respect of
equipment/material offered shall be furnished duly signed along with the tender in the
Performa attached as Vol-III. Any other particulars considered necessary may also be
given in addition to those listed in the schedule.

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