JA2016 Power Tools: Impact Drills - Call for Tender

JA2016 / Power Tools: Impact Drills - Call for Tender

The Activity Power Tools 3 of the Joint Action 2016 is inviting laboratories to submit their tender to test impact drills. Within this Joint Action, the impact drill is defined as follows:

Drill specifically designed to bore holes in concrete, stone and other materials. It is similar, in appearance and construction, to a drill, but has a built-in percussion system which gives an axial percussion movement to rotating output spindle. It may have a device for rendering the percussion system inoperative, so that it may be used as a conventional drill.

The agreement foresees the testing of approximately 100 impact drills according to the latest valid editions of 62841-1 and EN 60745-2-1. Testing will be restricted to certain clauses and test methods from the standards.

More detailed information is provided within the formal Call for Tender, the Annex 1 (which you need to return to us next to the other tender files), and the PROSAFE General Conditions for Tender.

Please note that quotations shall be sent to the offices of PROSAFE Secretariat in hardcopy (Avenue des Arts/Kunstlaan 41, 2nd floor, B-1040 Brussels, Belgium) and via email to info@prosafe.org.

The email shall be copied to the Activity Coordinator, Borut Matkovic, and the Activity Leader, Charles Tanti. Any questions regarding tendering documentation shall be sent until 6th of April 2018.

Quotations shall be received at PROSAFE no later than 12noon on Friday 20 April 2018 (Time Zone: GMT+1 hour). Quotations received after the deadline are rejected.

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