Tender for Truck Rental in Costa Rica

The Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers tenders the service of truck rental for the distribution of drinking water in the Central East and Huetar Caribe region, under the modality of delivery on demand.

Monday, July 8, 2019

Costa Rica Government Purchase 2019LA-000035-PRI:

"The tank trucks required must have a drinking water transport capacity of between 5,500 and 12,000 liters.

The characteristics of the tank trucks, which are required are:
a) 2 "x 2" (50 x 50 mm) bilge pump with quick couplings in suction and discharge.
b) Three hoses of 1 ½" (38.1 mm) x 30 meters long, each in good condition with quick couplings.
c) A 2 ½" (63.5 mm) x 6-meter-long hose in good condition with quick couplings.
d) 2" (50mm) discharge bucket, with four 1" (25mm) outlets, each forty centimeters apart.
e) In addition, they must have a key to open the hydrants, pipe keys will not be accepted. Throughout the term of the contract, trucks must have all permits to circulate on a daily basis (marking, technical review, as well as all the requirements of the Transit Law in force)."

Reference value: $1.153.745.

Deadline for receipt of tenders: August 5, 2019.

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