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Award Of A Comprehensive Full Maintenance Contract For 5 Senvion Se3.2 M-114 Wind Turbines


Contract notice: award of a comprehensive full maintenance contract for 5 senvion se3.2 m-114 wind turbines

The comprehensive full maintenance contract should include all aspects of long-term maintenance (regular system maintenance in accordance with the maintenance specifications and repairs in the event of unplanned business interruptions / damage) as well as 24/7 remote monitoring of the systems including regular reporting and have a term of at least 10 years from the conclusion of the contract. the systems already have a condition monitoring system from the cms manufacturer skf installed by the wind turbine supplier senvion ("8 sensor drivetrain system"). the availability guarantee is supposed to be a guarantee level of at least 95% per individual wind turbine over a period of observation not less than 12 months. with regard to the details of the scope of the full maintenance, reference is made to the technical specifications and attachments published with.

This contract is divided into lots: no

Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: date: 10/02/2020

Electricity Major organization : ENERGIEPROJEKTE MONSHEIM ANSTALT DES FFENTLICHE RECHTS Address : Postal Address: Alzeyer Strae 15 Town: Monsheim Postal Code: 67590 Country :Germany Email : Tender notice number : 18221-2020 Notice type : Tender Notice Open date : 2020-02-10

Tender documents : T450387629.html


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