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SECTION VI TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Section VI -

FURNISHING OF LABOR AND MATERIALS FOR THE


DRYDOCKING, SHIP REPAIR, AND TANK CLEANING OF PB 119
PR NO. S3-B1912-042

Technical Specifications

PART I - TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

TABLE OF CONTENTS
CLAUSE NO.

TITLE

PAGE NO.

TS-1.0 GENERAL ................................................................................................................. 2


2
TS-2.0 SCOPE OF WORK.....................................................................................................3
TS-3.0

CONTRACT PERIOD AND LOCATION..............................................................8

TS-4.0

DESIGN REQUIREMENTS.................................................................................8

TS-4.1

General................................................................................................................ 8

TS-4.2

Vessel Technical Data.........................................................................................9

TS-5.0 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS.........................................................................9


TS-6.0

TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA.........................................................9

TS-7.0

SPARE PARTS AND TOOLS...........................................................................10

TS-8.0

DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED..................................................................10

TS-9.0

GUARANTEE ...................................................................................................11

TS-10.0

MISCELLANEOUS............................................................................................11

Prepared by:

NAME & DESIGNATION:


PLANT:
MOBILE NO.:

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PART I - TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS


TS-1.0

GENERAL
This specification covers the technical requirements for the furnishing of all
labor, materials, equipment, tools and other incidentals for all the
works enumerated herein during the dry docking of NPC POWER
BARGE (PB) 119 for repair within the Contractors docking site in
Visayas or Mindanao.
The PB 119 shall be towed by NPCs tugboats at NPCs expense from its point of
origin at Tabuk, Isabela City, Basilan to the Contractors dockyard and after the
completion of all repair works shall be delivered back to its place of origin.
Upon arrival of the towed PB 119 at the Contractors dockyard, all mooring/demooring and PB119 movements using the Contractors tugboat to secure the
barge safely shall be the Contractors responsibility.
No work shall be done without the presence of NPC representative/s.
All replacement materials and auxiliary equipment to be used and incorporated
into the PB119 shall be new and unused. They shall be suitable for the intended
purpose and shall comply with all applicable regulations, quality, and standards.
The Contractor shall accept full responsibility for his works including
performance qualifications, documentation, reports, repairs,
corrosion
protection, shop testing, field testing, warranty provisions and compliance with
the applicable codes and standards and the requirements of this Specification.
Utmost care shall be strictly observed by the Contractor during the conduct of
works within the contract to avoid damage of any kind to the other existing
equipment & components of the vessel which are not part of the contract scope.
In the event that any such damage should occur due to the carelessness,
negligence or fault of the Contractor, the Contractor shall repair or replace all
damaged portions at his own expense and to the satisfaction of NPC.

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TS-2.0

SCOPE OF WORK
The scope of work shall cover the furnishing of all labor, materials, equipment,
tools and other incidentals required to complete the work in accordance with the
specification contained in this section.
The work shall include all and every work and service although not specifically
mentioned herein but are required to fully complete the works for the safe and
reliable operation of the PB 119.
The works and services to be performed by the Contractor under this contract
shall essentially consist of but not limited to the following:
1. Docking/Undocking Works (of Vessel) and Mooring/De-mooring
within shipyard premises including provision of other general services:
1.1 Shoreline Handlers
1.2 Use of Tugboat
1.3 Power Supply
1.4 Fresh Water Supply
1.5 Fire Line
1.6 Garbage Disposal
1.7 Gangway
1.8 Quarters/Bunkhouse for 20 NPC Personnel
1.9 Fill-up the PB Fresh Water Tank with 100,000 liters of fresh water prior
to PB departure at shipyard premises.
After the removal of the PB 119 from the water, the Contractor and NPCs
representative/s shall conduct a joint inspection to asses the condition of the
vessel underwater body surfaces.
2. Hull Preservation Work
2.1 Scrape barnacles/marine growth and jet wash with fresh water from Keel
to DLL of the barge.
Bottom plate surface area = 608 sq.m
Side shell surface area = 245 sq.m
3. Repair Works
3.1 Hull
a) Conduct Ultrasonic Gauging (random) at 400 points from PB bottom
plate to all side shell with NPC authorized representative/s (witness).
b) Remove existing damaged/thinner plates found during inspection,
supply and replace those plates with new materials as follows:
Location
Hull Bottom
Plate
Hull Side Shell
Plate

Quantity
5

Unit
Pcs

Dimensions
4ft x 8 ft x in

Pcs

4ft x 8 ft x in

Material Specs
Grade A 36 Mild
Steel Plate
Grade A 36 Mild
Steel Plate

3.2 Bottom Deck


a) Clean/jet wash bottom deck
b) Remove existing damaged plate, supply and replace with new
materials as follows:

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Plate Location
Bottom Deck
Plate

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Quantity
8

Unit
Pcs

Dimensions
4ft x 8 ft x thk *

Material Specs
Grade A 36
Checkered Steel
Plate

Note: * Thickness shall be same as the original existing plate.

3.3 Engine Deck


a) Clean/jet wash main engine deck and false floor
b) Clean/jet wash flat bilge and auxiliary area

3.4 Sandblasting of the following plate surface to SA 2.5:


Plate Location
a) Hull bottom plate
b) Hull side shell
c) Top plate flooring of Bottom Deck
d) False Flooring of Engine Room
e) Exposed Deck (out pass)
f) Sun Deck (Roof Top)

Estimated Area
608 sq.m.
245 sq.m.
313 sq.m.
199 sq.m.
480 sq.m.

4. Supply and Apply Painting for the following:


4.1 The number of paint coating and color (as specified) shall be applied to the
following surface areas:
Description/Area

Shop
Primer

Tar
Epoxy

Anti-Corrosive
Paint

Flat Bottom to
1 coat
Waterline,
(776 sq.m.)
Side Shell above
1 coat
Waterline,
(204 sq.m.)
Exposed
Deck 1 coat
(out pass) & Side
Rail,
(199 sq.m.)
Engine Deck and 1 coat
False Floor
(425 sq.m.)
Flat Bilge &
1 coat
Auxiliary Area

3 coat

1 coat Vinyl Tar

Anti-Fouling
Paint
Color
1 coat

3 coat

3 coat Epoxy
paint (Dark
Green)

3 coat Epoxy
paint (Dark
Green)
2 coat

3 coat Epoxy
paint (Dark
Green)
3 coat Epoxy
paint (Dark
Green)

Bottom Deck,
(313sq.m.)

1 coat

Sun Deck (Roof


top) and Side Rail
(480 sq.m.)

1 coat

1 coat Epoxy
Finishing Paint
(Battleship Gray)

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4.2 Paint all Draft Numerals and Plemsoll Marks


5. Fuel Oil Storage and Fresh Water Tanks Cleaning Works
5.1 Conduct thorough cleaning of the following tanks including removal and
disposal of any sludge left inside the tanks:
Tank
1) Heavy Fuel Oil Storage Tank
2) Light Fuel Oil Storage Tank
3) Lube Oil Tank
4) Fresh Water Tank

Qty.
2
1
2
1

Tank Volume (liters/tnk)


700,000
90,000
8,100
100,700

6. Cathodic Protection Works


6.1 Remove three (3) pcs. of wasted zinc anodes and straps
6.2 Supply and install all three (3) pcs. of wasted zinc anodes and straps. The
back surface of the zinc anode shall be coated with 3 coat of Tar Epoxy
paint prior to installation.
7. Hoist Beam and Rail Extension Works
7.1 Extend hoist beam and rail at starboard side by 6 meters with the same
design and material specs as the existing at port side.
7.2 Supply and apply anti-corrosion paint to the new extended hoist beam and
rail with the same painting material and color of the existing.
8. Control Deck Repair Works
8.1 Remove and replace existing vent fan steel plate flooring and support with
new steel plate material specs as follows:
Plate Location
Control Deck
Flooring

Quantity
4

Unit
Pcs.

Dimensions
Material Specs
3.6m x 1.8m x Grade A 36 Mild
6mm thk.
Steel Plate

8.2 Remove and replace 4 units of existing vent fan louvers with dimensions
of 1.8m x 1.53m per unit of the same material specs as the existing.
8.3 Remove and replace comfort room existing floor tiles, walls and ceilings
including set of lavatory and exhaust fan.
9. Upper Deck Construction Works
9.1 Construct new Comfort Room having dimensions of 4ft x 4ft x 7 ft ht.
complete with:
Walls shall be made of MS plate, A 36. 4ft x 8ft x
Flooring shall be made of 8 x 8 ceramics tiles
Steel door complete with hinges and door knob
Exhaust Fan, Lighting and water fixtures
Lavatory sets
All steel surfaces shall be coated with epoxy paint
10. Miscellaneous Mechanical Works
10.1 Engine Smoke Stacks 4 units
Repair of Engine Smoke Stack insulation
Repainting of smoke stack with heat resistant paint

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10.2 Charge Air Cooler


Remove and replace all worn-out baffle plates with the same material
specs as the existing.
10.3 Auxiliary Generator
Modify/install 1 unit industrial exhaust fan
10.4 Engine Room
Modify all drain pipes from engine room flooring to flat bottom bilge
with 4 G.I. pipes.

10.5 Sea Water Cooling Pump (SWC Pump)


Modify pipeline and install new unit of SWC Pump - 1 unit
Note: SWC Pump shall be provided by PB 119
11. Mechanical Systems Works
11.1 Sea Water Cooling System (SWCS)
11.1.1 Remove, supply and replace the following existing pipes & fittings
with new materials:
Application
1) Charge Air Cooler
2) Charge Air Cooler
3) Ballast Tank
4) Fire Hydrant
5) MGPS
6) MGPS
7) Seachest Breather
Notes:

Pipes and Fittings to be Replaced


Pipe Diameter Length
No. of
No. of
(meters)
Flange
Elbows
4 (100mm)
88
102
62
10 (250mm)
60
20
12
3 (80mm)
130
54
26
2.5 (65mm)
34
22
22
2 (50mm)
10
10
8
1.5
28
20
14
1 (25mm)
24 m
8
10

1. The material for pipes and elbows must be ASTM 53, Grade A, Hot Dipped
Galvanized. Likewise, all pipes shall be Schedule 40 and seamless type.
2. All pipes inside surface shall be coated with rubberized paint

11.1.2 Remove, supply and replace the following existing valves with new
materials:
Valves to be Replaced
1) Angle Valve, flange end, 150 lbs
2) Angle Valve, flange end, 10 k
3) Gate Valve, flange end, 10 k
4) Gate Valve, flange end, 10 k
5) Butterfly Valve, flange end, 10k
6) Butterfly Valve, flange end, 10k
7) Butterfly Valve, flange end, 10k

Size
(diameter)
1.5 (40 mm)
2.5 (65 mm)
2.5 (65 mm)
3 (80 mm)
3 (80mm)
4 (100 mm)
10 (250 mm)

Materials
Brass
Brass
Brass
Brass
Brass
Brass
Brass

Qty.
(pc.)
4
1
1
6
4
8
2

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11.1.3 Remove, supply and replace the existing strainer with new
material:
Strainers to be Replaced
1) Strainer, 10 (250 mm) dia., 10k, complete with casing,
flange type, coated with rubberized paint inside & outside at
starboard suction line

Qty. (unit)
3

11.1.4 Fabricate and install debris strainer at main inlet suction 2 sets

11.1.5 Remove and replace the following pumps (excluding motor)


Pumps to be Replaced

Qty.
(unit)
1

1. Sea Water Service Pump, Type 65 x 50 EJ2-502, Head: 30 m,


Cap.: 30 cum/hr, Output: 5.5 KW, RPM: 3500
2. Fire & GS Pump, Type 80 FEV80-D, Head: 40 m, Cap.: 20
cum/hr, Output:7.5 KW, RPM:3500
3. Bilge & Ballast Pump, Type 80 FEV80-D, Head: 20 m, Cap.: 30
cum/hr, Output:7.5 KW, RPM:3500
4. Sea Water Cooling Pump, Type 200 FELP-S, Output: 33KW

1
2
2

11.1.6 Remove and replace the following Pump Base & Supports
Pump Base & Support to be Replaced for the Following Pumps:

Qty.
(unit)
1
1
2
2

1. Sea Water Service Pump


2. Fire & GS Pump
3. Bilge & Ballast Pump
4. Sea Water cooling Pump

11.2 Freshwater Line System


11.2.1 Supply and install the following additional piping, elbows, flanges
and valves for supply and return line from engine to expansion tank:
Pipes, Valves, Elbows and Flanges to be Installed
1 (25mm) dia. X 20 (6m) G.I. pipe, Sch. 40, seamless
1 (25 mm) dia. X 90 deg. G.I. elbow, welded type, sch. 40
1 (25 mm) dia. Gate Valve (one way valve disc type), brass,
flange end, 10 k
1 Slip-on Flange, welded type, Mild Steel
3/4 (20mm) dia. X 20 (6m) G.I. pipe, Sch. 40, seamless
3/4 (20 mm) dia. X 90 deg. G.I. elbow, welded type, sch. 40
3/4 (25 mm) dia. Gate Valve (one way valve disc type),
brass, flange end, 10 k
3/4 Slip-on Flange, welded type, Mild Steel

Qty.
17 pcs.
32 pcs.
4 pcs.
28 pairs
16 lengths
28 pcs.
4 pcs.
32 pcs.

Note:
The pipes and elbows must be ASTM 53, Grade A, Hot Dipped Galvanized.
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11.2.2 Remove and replace four (4) units of freshwater header return pipe
and turbocharger fresh water line
11.3 Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) System Repair Works
11.3.1 De-clogging/ Servicing of 2 (50 mm) dia. x 30 meters long HFO
line and remove, supply & replace defective valves (2 pcs.) and strainers
(2 pcs.).
11.3.2 Insulate HFO line and steam lines with (12 mm) thick
insulation material.
12. Repair/Build-up of 22 Gunshot Holes at Starboard Side
12.1 Repair/build-up the 22 gunshot holes located at Starboard side. The
material to be used shall be the same as material composition of the
existing plate material. .
13. Other Services Required of Contractor
13.1 Provide equipment/tools and consumables necessary for satisfactory
completion of the works under the contract
13.2 Provide services of highly qualified and experienced technical personnel
having expertise in vessel dry docking and ship repair during the
conduct of works.
13.3 Place all the replaced/removed materials or equipment to a secured
place within the dockyard premises which shall remain the properties of
NPC. Disposal of such materials shall be the responsibility of the NPC.
14. Submission of pertinent documents per Clause TS-8.0, DOCUMENTS TO BE
SUBMITTED
TS-3.0

CONTRACT PERIOD AND LOCATION

The contract period shall be ONE HUNDRED TWENTY (120) CALENDAR


DAYS reckoned from the receipt of Notice to Proceed.
After satisfactory completion of all repair works under the contract, towing of PB
119 from the Contractors dockyard to its mooring site in Tabuk, Isabela City,
Basilan shall be the NPC responsibility using NPCs tugboat.
TS-4.0
TS-4.1

DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
General

The vessel dry docking and repair works shall be in accordance with the
Contractors ship/vessel standard practice and other applicable codes and
standards.

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The Contractor should have valid Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA)


License requirement:

TS-4.2

Category

: Ship Builder and/or Ship Repairer

Classification

: At least Small shipyard with minimum lifting capacity of


2000 DWT.

Vessel Technical Data

The principal dimensions and weight of the PB 119 are as follows:


NAPOCOR PB 119
Length
Breadth
Depth
Draft
Displacement at design draft
Gross Tonnage

TS-5.0

DIMENSION/WEIGHT
32.0m
19.0m
4.80m
2.80m
1,697.0 tons
1,994.57 tons

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

The vessel shall satisfactorily meet the requirements specified in Clause TS-4.0,
Design Requirements and the Contractor shall guarantee the seaworthiness of the
vessel and the functional/performance capability of the replaced/repaired and
installed equipment and/or components.
TS-6.0

TESTING AND ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

The Contractor shall perform at his own expense all tests required to ensure
adequacy of repair, material, workmanship and conformance to the requirements
of the specifications and standards.
All equipment and/or components to be supplied by the Contractor shall be
subjected to the manufacturers standard factory tests prior to delivery and
installation.

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Ultrasonic Gauging shall be randomly conducted to at least 400 spots to hull


bottom & side shell plate. Afterwards, Contractor shall submit to NPC the result
of said Ultrasonic Gauging.
Non Destructive Testing shall be conducted for all welding portions of hull
that require plate replacement.
Certified test reports/results of tests conducted during and after repair works
shall be submitted to NPC for evaluation and acceptance.
The Contractor shall also ensure the timely completion of the repair works under
the contract without affecting the agreed overall contract implementation
schedule.
After the completion of repair works, the Contractor together with NPC
authorized representative/s (witness) shall carry out thorough vessel
inspection/verification to ensure that all of the repair works including
performance testing of all supplied/installed equipment have been satisfactorily
accomplished in accordance with the requirements of the specifications and to
the satisfaction of NPC representative/s.
Acceptance Certificate shall be issued only upon satisfactory completion of the
works; all the tests and inspections are successfully conducted & performed; and
submission of complete documents as specified hereto in Clause TS-8.0 item b).
TS-7.0

SPARE PARTS AND TOOLS

This clause is not applicable.


TS-8.0

DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED

a) To be submitted with the bid/proposal for evaluation:


a.1 Actual Barge Inspection Certificate to be signed by NPCs authorized
personnel;
a.2 Work Plan/Bar Chart; and
a.3 Valid Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) License requirement:
Category
: Ship Builder and/or Ship Repairer
Classification : At least Small shipyard with minimum lifting capacity of
2000 DWT.
b)

To be submitted before or upon completion of


works:
b.1 Shell Expansion plan (as-built drawings);
b.2 All Test Results/Records; and
b.3 Certificate of Warranty for one (1) year on repair works and supplied
equipment/components and materials against factory defects/
workmanship.

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All drawings and documents in Clause TS-8.0 item b, including other


drawings/documents specified in Clause TS-6.0 shall be submitted to the
Manager PB119, for evaluation and/or approval prior to issuance of acceptance.
TS-9.0

GUARANTEE

The Contractor shall guarantee that he will repair and/or replace, at his own cost,
all repair works and supplied equipment/components against defect in design,
workmanship and materials for one (1) year after issuance of Acceptance
Certificate by NPC.
The Contractor shall submit a Warranty Certificate effective from the date of
acceptance by NPC.
After the lapse of the warranty period, provided that there are no defects found, NPC
shall release the warranty security/certificate.

TS-10.0

MISCELLANEOUS

a) Measurement of Payment
Measurement of payment for all works shall be based on the bid price of each
item as shown in the Bid Price Schedule. The cost shall cover all works
required and described in the pertinent provisions of the specifications
No separate payment shall be made by NPC for the following works:
1. Other services, i.e. security, lay days, wharfage, preparation of side blocks,
ladder, scaffolding & staging, etc.
2. Consumables, i.e. welding rod, chemical solution for tank cleaning,
acetylene, etc.
3. Other incidental works stated in the specifications.
Corresponding cost of the above works shall be included by the Contractor in
the bid price for various pay items under the contract.
b) Drawings & Photos
Attached are the drawings and photos of PB 119 for the Contractors reference
and information.

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