Request for Bid Research Equipment for School of Pharmacy

Agency: Marshall University
State: West Virginia
Type of Government: State & Local
Caegory:
  • 89 - Subsistence (Food)
Posted Date: Apr 27, 2018
Due Date: May 3, 2018
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R1802072

Request for Bid

Research Equipment for School of Pharmacy

3:00 om on May 3, 2018

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Request for
Bid
Marshall University
Office of Purchasing
One John Marshall Drive Huntington, WV
25755-4100
Direct all inquiries regarding this order to: (304) 696-8853
Bid #
R1802072
Vendor:
FEIN/SSN:
Phone
Fax:
For information contact:
Buyer: Bre Salyers
Salyers44@marshall.edu and
purchasing@marshall.edu
Phone: (304) 696-8853
Sealed requests to bid for furnishing the supplies, equipment or services described below will be received by the Institution. TO RECEIVE
CONSIDERATION FOR AWARD, THE BID WILL BE SUBMITTED IN BONFIRE, SIGNED, AND RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE THE DATE AND
TIME SHOWN FOR THE BID OPENING. Prices will be based on units specified. Bidders will enter the delivery date or time for each item
contained herein. The Institution reserves the right to accept or reject bids on each item separately or as a whole, to reject any or all bids,
to waive informalities or irregularities and to contract as the best interests of the Institution may require.
BIDS ARE SUBJECT TO THE GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS AS SET FORTH HEREIN.
DATE
DELIVERY IS REQUIRED NO
04/25/2018
LATER THAN
Item # Quantity
DEPARTMENT
REQUISITION NO.
R1802072
Description
QUOTE OPENS:
3:00 PM on May 3, 2018
Unit Price
BIDDER MUST
ENTER
DELIVERY
DATE FOR
EACH ITEM BID
Extended Price
REQUEST FOR BIDS
Marshall University will accept bids for the following items
until 3:00 pm on May 3, 2018. At that time, quotations will be
opened and recorded in Room 125, Old Main Building,
Huntington, WV 25755-4100.
Research Equipment and Supplies
(No Substitutions)
Total
To the Office of Purchasing,
In compliance with the above, the undersigned offers and agrees, if this offer is accepted within
calendar days (30 calendar days (unless a different
period is inserted by the purchaser) from the bid opening date, specified above, to furnish any or all items upon which prices are offered, at the price set
opposite each item, delivered at the designated point(s), within the time specified.
Bidder’s guarantees shipment from
Bidder’s name Vendor)
FOB
Terms
within
days
After receipt of order at address shown
Title
Signed By
Typed Name
Street Address
City/State/Zip
Date:
Phone
Fein:
BOG -43
MU Rev. 8/30/06
R1802072 Page 2
INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
(Purchases greater than $50,000)
1. BIDDER'S REPRESENTATIONS: the bidder, by making a bid, represents that: (a) the bidder has read and understands the
bidding documents, terms and conditions, and the Bid is made in accordance therewith; and (b) the bid is based upon the
materials, equipment, systems, printing and/or services specified.
2. QUALITY STANDARDS: Brand names, when identified, include the standard of quality, performance or use desired.
Unless otherwise noted, bids by bidders on equivalents may be considered, provided the bidder furnishes descriptive
literature and other proof required by the Buyer. Samples, when required, must be furnished free of charge, including
freight. In the event the Buyer elects to contract for a brand purported to be an equivalent by the bidder, the acceptance of
the item will be conditioned on the Buyer’s inspection and testing after receipt. If, in the sole judgment of the Buyer, the
item is determined not to be equivalent, the item will be returned at the Seller’s expense and the contract terminated.
3. SUBMISSION OF BIDS: the bid, the bid security, if any and other documents required to be submitted with the bid shall be
enclosed in a sealed opaque envelope. The envelope shall be addressed to the party receiving the bids and shall be
identified as a sealed bid and shall include the bid number, the bid opening time, and the bid opening date. Bids shall be
delivered and deposited at the designated location prior to the time and date for receipt of bids. Bids received after the time
and date for the bid opening will be returned unopened. The bidder shall assume full responsibility for timely delivery at the
location designated for receipt of bids. Oral, telephonic, facsimile or telegraphic bids are invalid and will not receive
consideration.
4. MODIFICATION OR WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS: Prior to the time and date designated for receipt of bids, a bid submitted may
be modified or withdrawn by notice to the party receiving bids at the place designated for receipt of bids. Such notice shall
be in writing over the signature of the bidder and shall be received prior to the designated time and date for receipt of bids.
A modification shall be worded so as not to reveal the amount of the original bid.
5. OPENING OF BIDS: Bids shall be publicly opened and read aloud at the designated location for receipt of bids shortly after
the time and date bids are due.
6. REJECTION OF BIDS: The Buyer shall have the right to reject any and all bids, in whole or part; to reject a bid not
accompanied by a required bid security or other data required by the bidding documents; or reject a bid which is in any way
incomplete or irregular.
7. ACCEPTANCE OF BID (AWARD): It is the intent of the Buyer to award a purchase order to the lowest responsible and
responsive bidder provided the bid does not exceed the funds available. The Buyer shall have the right to waive
informalities or irregularities in a bid received, and to accept the bid which, in the Buyer's judgment, is in the Buyer's own
best interests. All bids are governed by the West Virginia Code and the Procedural Rules of the Governing Board having
jurisdiction.
8. VENDOR REGISTRATION: Prior to any award for purchases exceeding $25,000, the apparent successful bidder must be
properly registered with the W. Va. Department of Administration, Purchasing Division, and have paid the required vendor
registration fee.
9. NON-FUNDING: All services performed or goods delivered under State Purchase Orders/Contracts are to be continued for
the term of the Purchase Order/Contract, contingent upon funds being appropriated by the Legislature or otherwise being
made available. In the event funds are not appropriated or otherwise available for these services or goods, this Purchase
Order/Contract becomes void and of no effect after June 30.
10. PAYMENTS AND INTEREST ON LATE PAYMENTS: Payment may only be made after the delivery and acceptance of goods
or services. Interest may be paid for late payment in accordance with the West Virginia Code.
11. RESIDENT VENDOR PREFERENCE: A resident vendor preference will be granted upon written request in accordance with
the West Virginia Code.
12. TAX EXEMPTION: the State of West Virginia, the Governing Board and its institutions are exempt from Federal and State
taxes and will not pay or reimburse such taxes.
R1802072 Page 3
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 General Information
Marshall University, herein referred to as “MU”, “Marshall” or “University”, is soliciting bids for
various Research Equipment and Supplies until 3:00 PM on May 3, 2018. At that time, Marshall
University will open and record bids in the Old Main Building, Room 125, Huntington, WV.
Products must be as specified; equivalents are not acceptable.
Marshall reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids, in whole or in part, if to do is in the
best interest of the University. It is the intent of the Buyer to award a purchase order to the lowest,
responsible and responsive bidder provided the bid does not exceed the funds available. The Buyer
shall have the right to waive informalities or irregularities in a bid received, and to accept the bid
which, in the Buyer’s judgement, is in the University’s best interest. All bids are governed by West
Virginia Code and the Procedural Rules of the Governing Board having jurisdiction.
Vendor’s failure to provide complete and accurate information may be considered grounds for
disqualification. Marshall reserves the right to ask vendors for additional information to clarify
their bids. Nothing may be added to alter the written solution or method contained in the original
bid after the bid opening.
1.2 Time
Response time is essential in the bid. No extension will be allowed.
1.3 Inquiries
All inquiries and questions must be emailed to:
Brianna Salyers, Interim Purchasing Agent
Marshall University Office of Purchasing
E-Mail: saylers44@marshall.edu and purchasing@marshall.edu
Subject Field: RFB# R1802072 Questions
Bidders shall not make direct or indirect contact with anyone outside the Office of Purchasing to
discuss or request information about any aspect of the procurement, including the RFB or its
associated evaluation process, except as authorized in the RFB. Violation of this clause will result
in bid disqualification.
1.4 All or No Bid Pricing
Pricing or No Bid must be provided for all items.
2. SPECIFICATIONS
Enter all price submissions for the following items into the Bonfire Bid table.
R1802072 Page 4
ITEM
1.
QUANTITY U/M
1
EA
DESCRIPTION
Sorvall™ ST 8 Small Benchtop
Centrifuge Manufacturer part no.
75230395
Run Time 99 hr 59 min, continuous
Electrical Requirements 120V 60Hz
Max. RCF 3,260 x G
Wattage 750w
Includes: Sorvall ST 8 Centrifuge, Refrigerated; TX-150 Swinging
Bucket Rotor with Tall Buckets (Set of Four), 8 x 50mL Conicals (no
adapters necessary), 8 x 15mL Conical Tube Adapters (Set of Four)
Max. Speed 4,500rpm
Temperature Range -10° to +40°C
2.
1
EA
Thermo Scientific™ S1 Pipet Fillers Green
Manufacturer part no 9541
Battery Type: Lithium-Ion
Dispensing Speed 8
Filter Type 0.45 Micron Standard
Includes S1 Pipet Filler, universal charger, table stand, wall-mounted
holder, 1mL pipet support, instruction manual and warranty card
Recharge Time: 3 hours
Warranty: 2-years with web registration
3.
1
EA Thermo Scientific™ S1 Pipet Fillers Red
Manufacturer part no. 9531
Battery Type: Lithium-Ion
Dispensing Speed 8
Filter Type 0.45 Micron Standard
Includes S1 Pipet Filler, universal charger, table stand, wall-mounted
holder, 1mL pipet support, instruction manual and warranty card
Recharge Time: 3 hours
Warranty: 2-years with web registration
4.
1
5.
1
Eppedork 5424 Benchtop Centrifuge
EA 120V Manufacturer part no.
022620401
Max. Speed: 15,000rpm
Maximum Force Range: 21,000 to 21,999 x G
Rotor Included
Run Time: 30 sec. to 9 hr. 59 min. with HOLD
EA
Thermo Scientific™ Heratherm™
Advanced Protocol Microbiological
Incubator Manufacturer part no.
51028067
Dual convection
Volume (Metric) Chamber 100L
R1802072 Page 5
ITEM
6.
7.
8.
QUANTITY U/M
1
EA
1
EA
1
EA
DESCRIPTION
Hertz 60Hz
Weight (English) 123 lb.
Amperage7A
Timer weekly / real time / hour
Temperature Stability
±0.1°C
Max. Shelf Load 55 lb.
Temperature Range (Metric) ambient +5° to 105°C
Dimensions (D x W x H) Interior 14.5 x 18.3 x 23.9 in. (36.8 x 46.4 x
60.8cm)
Roto-Shake Genie Manufacturer part
no. SI-1100
Speed Range: Rocking: 10 to 70 cycles/min
Rotating: 5 to 35 rpm
Maximum Load: 10 lb.
Rocking Angle
±10º from horizontal
Platform Dimensions (WxD): 13 1/2" x 8"
Overall Dimensions (WxHxD): 20" x 10 1/2" x 9 9/10"
Weight:
26 lb.
Mettler Toledo G10S Compact
Potentionmetric Titrator
Manufacturer part no. 30267117
Measuring Range: ±2000mV
Resolution: 0.1mV
Error Limit: 0.2mV
Measuring Range Ipol/Upol: 0 to 2000mV/0 to 200µA
Resolution Ipol/Upol: 0.1mV/0.1µA
Error limit Ipol/Upol: 2mV/0.2µA
Current source range Ipol/Upol: 0 to 24µA AC/0 to 2000mV AC
Current source resolution Ipol/Upol: 0.1µA/0.1mV
Measuring Range: -20° to 130°C
Resolution: 0.1°C
Error limit: 0.2°C
Burette Resolution: 1/20,000 of the burette volume
Burette Resolution (20mL burette): 1µL
Error limit: 0.2% of the burette volume
Resolver Resolution: 0.0625% of the burette volume
Fill and eject time: 20 sec.
FreeZone® Triad™ Freeze Dry
Systems, Labconco® Manufacturer
part no. 700040
The Free Zone Triad Freeze Dryers offer it all for lyophilization:
stoppering tray dryer and sample freeze drying with four sample valves
on the left side. Samples for both types of freeze drying can be run at
once. The chamber pre-freezes samples to save money and time,
eliminating the need for a separate freezer and product transfer. User-
friendly controls enable you to start runs quickly and the
microprocessor controls up to five different ramping and holding
segments to meet different temperature protocols. The hot gas defrost
allows for easy cleanup of up to 1.8 liters of water or 2.5 liters of ice.
The built-in pneumatic stoppering mechanism doesn't require

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