• May 4, 2017

The design, manufacture, installation, testing, commissioning and required worker training for the European Spallation Source (ESS) Active Cells Robotic Handling System

The design, manufacture, installation, testing, commissioning and required worker training for the European Spallation Source (ESS) Active Cells Robotic Handling System

Call for Tenders

The design, manufacture, installation, testing, commissioning and required worker training for the European Spallation Source (ESS) Active Cells Robotic Handling System

Reference: T/RHH021/18

Description: RACE is preparing to publish the opportunity to pre-qualify to tender for the design, validation, manufacture, installation, testing and setting to work of the ESS Active Cells Robotic Handling Systems.  The Robotic Handling System will provide a range of manipulation within the Active Cells Facility.  Functions will range from dexterous manipulation of small components to heavy lifting and transportation of payloads up to 25,000kg.  The Robotic Handling System is not claimed as part of the Active Cells Radiological Safety Case, meaning that it is not subject to the heightened quality control requirements often associated with equipment for use by the nuclear industry.  Installation, testing and setting to work activities will be at the ESS site in Lund, Sweden.  

Issue Date: May 24, 2018

Process Stage: Pre-Qualification Period

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Status: Closed

Update Date: 07/09/2018

What has been Updated: Changed from open to closed.

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Description: RACE is preparing to publish the opportunity to pre-qualify to tender for the design, validation, manufacture, installation, testing and setting to work of the ESS Active Cells Robotic Handling Systems.  The Robotic Handling System will provide a range of manipulation within the Active Cells Facility.  Functions will range from dexterous manipulation of small components to heavy lifting and transportation of payloads up to 25,000kg.  The Robotic Handling System is not claimed as part of the Active Cells Radiological Safety Case, meaning that it is not subject to the heightened quality control requirements often associated with equipment for use by the nuclear industry.  Installation, testing and setting to work activities will be at the ESS site in Lund, Sweden.  

Estimated Publication: Q2 2018

Update Date: 07/09/2018

What has been updated: Changed from open to closed.

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