According to the specifications the tender includes the supply, installation, testing and commissioning and setting up of three power transformers at the Marinalá Juruna power plant.
The three (3) power transformers, must each have the following production capacity: 26.500 kilovoltamps (KVA), 13.8/138 kilovolt (KV), so that they can be installed in the substation in each of the generator units at the Marinalá Juruna hydroelectric plan. They must be genuine parts that do not require any additional work for installation.
The supply includes the design, construction, factory testing, transport from factory to point of delivery, accessories, insulating oil and other elements necessary for proper operation of the transformers required in these terms of reference, as well as supervision during installation and site testing, as described in the terms of reference.
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The National Electrification Institute of Guatemala is putting out to tender the supply of 11 power transformers for replacements and reserves.
Guatemala Government Purchase ETCE 3463729 / B10-2014-0007:
"SUPPLY OF POWER TRANSFORMERS FOR REPLACEMENT AND RESERVE."
October 16, 2014: Deadline for payment of fees to participate.
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A statement from the National Energy Council (CNE) reads:
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