Guide for procurement of power station equipment -- Part 2-9: Electrical equipment - Cabling systems

This standard gives guidance on writing the technical specification for the procurement of equipment for use in electricity generating stations (power stations). This Guide for procurement is not applicable to equipment for use in the nuclear reactor plant area of nuclear power stations. Other possible applications of such equipment have not been considered in the preparation of this Guide. This Guide on cabling systems deals with a wide range of activities and may be used for any or all of these activities by selection of the relevant parts e.g.:;provision of support for cable;;laying of cable;;completion of cable ends; The Guide covers the installation of power cable up to and including 20,8/36 (42) kV and the supply and installation of control and instrumentation cable. The supply of power cable is covered by EN 45510-2-8. The Guide includes the installation of protective conductor cable for earthing and equipotential bonding up to the main earthing busbar(s), but not the below ground earth-electrode network. The equipment covered by this Guide is defined by its function rather than design type. Therefore, the guidance to the specification is stated in performance terms rather than being specified by a detailed description of the equipment to be supplied. This Guide indicates to potential purchasers how their specification should be prepared so that;the equipment type and capacity interfaces correctly with other elements of the systems,;predicted performance is achieved,;ancillary equipment is properly sized,;reliability, availability and safety requirements are achieved,;proper consideration is given to the evaluation process and the quality measures to be applied. This Guide does not determine the type of specification (e.g. detailed, performance, functional) or the extent of supply for any given contract which is normally decided on the basis of the purchaser's project strategy. It does not cover;any commercial, contractual or legal issues which are normally in separate parts of an enquiry,;any allocation of responsibilities which are determined by the contract. This Guide does not prescribe the arrangement of the documents in the enquiry.

Leitfaden für die Beschaffung von Ausrüstungen für Kraftwerke - Teil 2-9: Elektrische Ausrüstung - Kabelsysteme

Die vorliegende Norm ist eine Anleitung zur Erstellung der technischen Spezifikation für die Beschaffung von Ausrüstungen für den Einsatz in Anlagen zur Erzeugung von elektrischer Energie (Kraftwerke). Dieser Leitfaden ist nicht anwendbar auf Ausrüstung zur Verwendung im Nuklearbereich von Kernkraftwerken. Bei der Erstellung des Leitfadens wurden keine weiteren Möglichkeiten zur Anwendung der beschriebenen Ausrüstung in Betracht gezogen.
Dieser Leitfaden für Kabelsysteme befasst sich mit einem umfassenden Bereich von Maßnahmen und kann für einige oder alle dieser Maßnahmen durch Auswahl der betreffenden Teile angewendet werden, z. B.:
–   Vorsehen der Halterungen für Kabel;
–   Verlegung der Kabel;
–   Fertigstellung der Kabelenden.
Dieser Leitfaden befasst sich nur mit der Installation von Starkstromkabeln für Spannungen bis 20,8/36 (42) kV und der Lieferung und Installation von Kabeln für die Leittechnik. Die Lieferung von Starkstromkabeln wird in EN 45510 2 8 behandelt.
Dieser Leitfaden umfasst auch die Installation des Schutzleiterkabels für die Erdung und den Potential¬aus-gleich bis zur (zu den) Haupterdungsschiene(n), jedoch nicht bis zu unterirdischen Erdungssystemen.
Dieser Leitfaden bezieht sich vorzugsweise auf die Funktion der behandelten Ausrüstung und nicht auf die Art ihrer Konstruktion. Aus diesem Grunde wird die Anleitung zur Spezifikation unter Leistungsaspekten gegeben anstelle von detaillierter Beschreibung der zu liefernden Ausrüstung.
Potentielle Käufer erfahren aus dem Leitfaden, wie die Spezifikation formuliert werden sollte, damit:
–   die Ausrüstung von Typ und Leistung her den anderen Teilen der Systeme genau angepasst ist;
–   die vorgesehene Leistung erreicht wird;
–   die Zusatzausrüstung entsprechend dimensioniert ist;
–   Zuverlässigkeit, Verfügbarkeit und Sicherheitsanforderungen erreicht werden;
–   die anzuwendenden Bewertungsverfahren und Qualitätssicherungsmaßnahmen ordnungsgemäß berücksichtigt werden.
Der Leitfaden bestimmt nicht die Art der Spezifikation (z. B. detaillierte, auslegungstechnische, funktionelle Spezifikation) oder den Lieferumfang für einen bestimmten Vertrag, die üblicherweise auf der Grundlage der Projektstrategie des Käufers festgelegt wird. Der Leitfaden umfasst nicht:
–   kaufmännische, vertragliche oder rechtliche Elemente, die üblicherweise in der Anfrage separat behandelt werden;
–   die Zuweisung von Verantwortlichkeiten, die im Vertrag festzulegen sind.
Der Leitfaden beschreibt nicht die Zusammenstellung der Dokumente in der Anfrage.
ANMERKUNG   Eine umfassende europäische Umweltpolitik ist in Vorbereitung. Der Leitfaden berücksichtigt deshalb keine Umweltaspekte hinsichtlich der Ausrüstung.

Guide pour l'acquisition d'équipements destinés aux centrales de production d'électricité -- Partie 2-9: Équipements électriques - Systèmes de câblage

La présente norme fournit des recommandations pour la rédaction de la spécification technique nécessaire à l’acquisition d’équipement destiné aux centrales de production d’électricité (centrales électriques). Ce Guide d’achat n’est pas applicable à ce type d’équipement lorsque celui-ci est destiné à la zone d’installation du réacteur des centrales nucléaires. D’autres applications possibles de ce type d’équipement n’ont pas été prises en considération dans la préparation du présent Guide.
Le présent Guide sur le câblage traite d’une grande variété d’activités et peut être utilisé pour tout ou partie de ces activités, en choisissant les parties appropriées, telles que:
-   la fourniture du support de câble;
-   la pose du câble;
-   la finition des extrémités de câble;
Le présent Guide traite de l’installation de câbles d’alimentation de tension au plus égale à 20,8/36 (42) kV, ainsi que de la fourniture et de l’installation de câbles d’instrumentation. La fourniture de câbles d’alimentation est traitée par la EN 45510 2 8.
Le présent Guide englobe l’installation de câbles conducteurs de protection destinés à la mise à la terre et à la liaison équipotentielle vers la ou les bornes principales de terre, à l’exception du réseau de prises de terre enterrées.
L’équipement traité dans le présent Guide est défini plutôt par sa fonction que par son type de conception. Par conséquent, les recommandations relatives à l’établissement de la spécification sont exprimées en termes de performances plutôt que par une description détaillée de l’équipement à fournir.
Le présent Guide indique aux acheteurs potentiels la manière dont il convient qu’ils rédigent leur spécification, afin que
-   le type et la capacité de l’équipement soient compatibles avec les autres éléments des systèmes environnants,
-   les performances prévues soient atteintes,
-   les équipements auxiliaires soient correctement dimensionnés,
-   les exigences en termes de fiabilité, de disponibilité et de sécurité soient satisfaites,
-   l’attention appropriée soit accordée au processus d’évaluation et aux mesures de qualité à appliquer.
Le présent Guide ne définit pas le genre de la spécification (par exemple spécification détaillée, spécification rédigée en termes de performances, de fonctionnalités) ni l’étendue de la fourniture pour un contrat donné. Ceci relève de la stratégie retenue par l’acheteur pour le projet. Il ne couvre pas
-   les aspects commerciaux, contractuels ou légaux, qui sont normalement traités dans d’autres parties du dossier de consultation,
-   l’attribution des responsabilités, qui relève du contrat.
Le présent Guide n’impose pas l’arrangement des documents au sein du dossier de consultation.
NOTE   La politique européenne globale dans le domaine de l’environnement étant toujours en préparation, le présent Guide ne traite pas des implications environnementales de l’équipement.

Vodilo za nabavljanje opreme elektrarn - 2-9. del: Električna oprema - Sistemi polaganja kablov

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Guide for procurement of power station equipment - Part 2-9: Electrical equipment -

Cabling systems

Leitfaden für die Beschaffung von Ausrüstungen für Kraftwerke - Teil 2-9: Elektrische

Ausrüstung - Kabelsysteme

Guide pour l'acquisition d'équipements destinés aux centrales de production d'électricité

- Équipements électriques - Partie 2-9: Systemes de câblage
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 45510-2-9:2008
ICS:
27.100 Elektrarne na splošno Power stations in general
29.060.20 Kabli Cables
SIST EN 45510-2-9:2008 en,fr,de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST EN 45510-2-9:2008
EUROPEAN STANDARD
EN 45510-2-9
NORME EUROPÉENNE
June 2008
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
ICS 27.100; 29.060.01
English version
Guide for procurement of power station equipment -
Part 2-9: Electrical equipment -
Cabling systems
Guide pour l'acquisition d'équipements Leitfaden für die Beschaffung
destinés aux centrales de production von Ausrüstungen für Kraftwerke -
d'électricité - Teil 2-9: Elektrische Ausrüstung -
Partie 2-9: Équipements électriques - Kabelsysteme
Systèmes de câblage
This European Standard was approved by CENELEC on 2008-04-01.

CEN and CENELEC members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which

stipulate the conditions for giving this European Standard the status of a national standard without any alteration.

Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such national standards may be obtained on

application to the CENELEC Central Secretariat or to any CEN or CENELEC member.

This European Standard exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other

language made by translation under the responsibility of a CEN or CENELEC member into its own language and

notified to the CENELEC Central Secretariat has the same status as the official versions.

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Foreword

This European Standard takes the form of a recommendation and is therefore entitled a ‘Guide’.

This Guide for procurement has been prepared by the CEN/CENELEC TC 2 "CEN/CENELEC Joint Technical Group

Power Engineering".

The text of the draft was submitted to the formal vote and was approved by CENELEC as EN 45510-2-9 on

2008-04-01.
The following dates were fixed:
– latest date by which the EN has to be implemented
at national level by publication of an identical
national standard or by endorsement (dop) 2009-04-01
– latest date by which the national standards conflicting
with the EN have to be withdrawn (dow) 2011-04-01

This Guide for procurement has been prepared under mandates given to CEN and CENELEC by the European

Commission and the European Free Trade Association.

This Guide for procurement is a part of a series of Guides mandated to cover the procurement of power station plant

and equipment in conformity with European Procurement Directives. The Guides are:

EN 45510: Guide for procurement of power station equipment
Part 1: Common clauses
Part 2-1 : Electrical equipment - Power transformers
Part 2-2: Electrical equipment - Uninterruptible power supplies
Part 2-3: Electrical equipment - Stationary batteries and chargers
Part 2-4: Electrical equipment - High power static converters
Part 2-5: Electrical equipment - Motors
Part 2-6: Electrical equipment - Generators
Part 2-7: Electrical equipment - Switchgear and controlgear
Part 2-8: Electrical equipment - Power cables
Part 2-9: Electrical equipment - Cabling systems
Part 3-1: Boilers - Water tube boilers
Part 3-2: Boilers - Shell boilers
Part 3-3: Boilers - Boilers with fluidized bed firing
Part 4-1: Boiler auxiliaries - Equipment for reduction of dust emissions
Part 4-2: Boiler auxiliaries - Gas-air, steam-air and gas-gas heaters
Part.4-3: Boiler auxiliaries - Draught plant
Part 4-4: Boiler auxiliaries - Fuel preparation equipment
Part 4-5: Boiler auxiliaries - Coal handling and bulk storage plant
Part 4-6: Boiler auxiliaries - Flue gas desulphurization (De-SO ) plant
Part 4-7: Boiler auxiliaries - Ash handling plant
Part 4-8: Boiler auxiliaries - Dust handling plant
Part 4-9: Boiler auxiliaries - Sootblowers
Part 4-10: Boiler auxiliaries - Flue gas denitrification (De-SO ) plant
Part 5-1: Steam turbines
Part 5-2: Gas turbines
Part 5-3: Wind turbines
Part 5-4: Hydraulic turbines, storage pumps and pump-turbines
Under consideration.
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Part 6-1: Turbine auxiliaries - Deaerators
Part 6-2: Turbine auxiliaries - Feedwater heaters
Part 6-3: Turbine auxiliaries - Condenser plant
Part 6-4: Turbine auxiliaries - Pumps
Part 6-5: Turbine auxiliaries - Dry cooling systems
Part 6-6: Turbine auxiliaries - Wet and wet/dry cooling towers
Part 6-7: Turbine auxiliaries - Moisture separator reheaters
Part 6-8: Turbine auxiliaries - Cranes
Part 6-9: Turbine auxiliaries - Cooling water systems
Part 7-1: Pipework and valves - High pressure piping systems
Part 7-2: Pipework and valves - Boiler and high pressure piping valves
Part 8-1: Control and instrumentation

EN 45510-1:1997 contains those clauses common to all the above Guides giving the provisions of a non equipment

specific nature for use in the procurement of power station plant. EN 45510 is the responsibility of JTFPE. The so

called 'common clauses", as appropriate, also appear in italics in the documents specific to particular equipment.

Where paragraphs, or part of a paragraph/sentence, of ‘common clauses’ are omitted this is indicated by the symbol

***** at the end of the clause.

In this Guide, words in bold type indicate that they have the meaning given in the definitions, Clause 3.

In this Guide, sentences not in italics indicate the additional recommendations to be found in Guides specific to

particular equipment.
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Contents

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................................................. 6

2 Normative references .................................................................................................................................... 6

3 Definitions ...................................................................................................................................................... 8

3.1 Organisational terms ....................................................................................................................................... 8

3.2 Technical terms ............................................................................................................................................... 8

3.3 General terms.................................................................................................................................................14

4 Brief overall project description .................................................................................................................15

4.1 Role and organisation of purchaser................................................................................................................15

4.2 Site location ....................................................................................................................................................15

4.3 Equipment task...............................................................................................................................................15

4.4 Equipment to be purchased ...........................................................................................................................15

4.5 Control and instrumentation ...........................................................................................................................16

4.6 Electrical supplies and other services ............................................................................................................16

4.7 Other interfaces ..............................................................................................................................................16

4.8 Project programme .........................................................................................................................................17

4.9 Equipment identification systems ...................................................................................................................17

5 Extent of supply ...........................................................................................................................................17

6 Terminal points .............................................................................................................................................19

7 Operational requirements ............................................................................................................................19

7.1 Operating environment ...................................................................................................................................19

7.2 Manning levels ...............................................................................................................................................19

7.3 Normal operation ............................................................................................................................................19

7.4 Operating hours..............................................................................................................................................19

7.5 Start-up and shut-down ..................................................................................................................................19

7.6 Abnormal conditions .......................................................................................................................................19

7.7 Further operational requirements ...................................................................................................................20

8 Life expectancy ............................................................................................................................................20

8.1 Design life ......................................................................................................................................................20

8.2 Components requiring periodic maintenance .................................................................................................20

9 Performance requirements ..........................................................................................................................20

9.1 Duty ................................................................................................................................................................20

9.2 Performance ...................................................................................................................................................20

9.3 Equipment margins ........................................................................................................................................21

9.4 Availability ......................................................................................................................................................21

9.5 Levels of component redundancy...................................................................................................................21

9.6 Further performance requirements .................................................................................................................21

10 Design and fabrication .................................................................................................................................21

10.1 Specific equipment features ...........................................................................................................................21

10.2 Design justification .........................................................................................................................................33

10.3 Material selection ...........................................................................................................................................33

10.4 Safety .............................................................................................................................................................33

10.5 Interchangeability ...........................................................................................................................................35

10.6 Fabrication methods .......................................................................................................................................35

11 Maintenance requirements ..........................................................................................................................35

11.1 Planned maintenance .....................................................................................................................................35

11.2 Personnel safety.............................................................................................................................................35

11.3 Requirements for access ................................................................................................................................35

11.4 Lifting requirements ........................................................................................................................................35

11.5 Special tools ...................................................................................................................................................35

11.6 Test equipment...............................................................................................................................................35

11.7 Spare parts strategy .......................................................................................................................................35

11.8 Special precautions ........................................................................................................................................36

12 Tender documentation ................................................................................................................................36

12.1 Tender documentation ...................................................................................................................................36

12.2 Contract documentation .................................................................................................................................36

13 Applicable legislation, regulations, standards and further requirements ...............................................37

13.1 Legislation and regulations .............................................................................................................................37

13.2 Standards .......................................................................................................................................................37

13.3 Further requirements ......................................................................................................................................37

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14 Evaluation criteria ........................................................................................................................................37

14.1 General ..........................................................................................................................................................37

14.2 Technical criteria ............................................................................................................................................37

15 Quality measures .........................................................................................................................................38

15.1 General ..........................................................................................................................................................38

15.2 Approvals procedure ......................................................................................................................................38

15.3 Inspection requirements .................................................................................................................................38

15.4 Non-conformity ...............................................................................................................................................39

16 Site factors ....................................................................................................................................................39

16.1 Access ............................................................................................................................................................39

16.2 Facilities .........................................................................................................................................................39

16.3 Site specific requirements ..............................................................................................................................39

17 Verification of specified performance ........................................................................................................40

17.1 General ..........................................................................................................................................................40

17.2 Works tests ....................................................................................................................................................40

17.3 Tests during installation and commissioning ................................................................................................. 40

17.4 Technical criteria for trial run ..........................................................................................................................40

17.5 Functional and performance tests ..................................................................................................................41

Annex A (informative) Design data (Check list) ......................................................................................................42

Annex B (informative) Supply data (Check list) ......................................................................................................44

Annex C (informative) Installation data (Check list) ...............................................................................................47

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................50

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1 Scope

This standard gives guidance on writing the technical specification for the procurement of equipment for use in

electricity generating stations (power stations). This Guide for procurement is not applicable to equipment for use in

the nuclear reactor plant area of nuclear power stations. Other possible applications of such equipment have not

been considered in the preparation of this Guide.

This Guide on cabling systems deals with a wide range of activities and may be used for any or all of these activities

by selection of the relevant parts e.g.:
- provision of support for cable;
- laying of cable;
- completion of cable ends;

The Guide covers the installation of power cable up to and including 20,8/36 (42) kV and the supply and installation of

control and instrumentation cable. The supply of power cable is covered by EN 45510-2-8.

The Guide includes the installation of protective conductor cable for earthing and equipotential bonding up to the main

earthing busbar(s), but not the below ground earth-electrode network.

The equipment covered by this Guide is defined by its function rather than design type. Therefore, the guidance to

the specification is stated in performance terms rather than being specified by a detailed description of the

equipment to be supplied.

This Guide indicates to potential purchasers how their specification should be prepared so that

- the equipment type and capacity interfaces correctly with other elements of the systems,

- predicted performance is achieved,
- ancillary equipment is properly sized,
- reliability, availability and safety requirements are achieved,

- proper consideration is given to the evaluation process and the quality measures to be applied.

This Guide does not determine the type of specification (e.g. detailed, performance, functional) or the extent of

supply for any given contract which is normally decided on the basis of the purchaser's project strategy. It does not

cover

- any commercial, contractual or legal issues which are normally in separate parts of an enquiry,

- any allocation of responsibilities which are determined by the contract.
This Guide does not prescribe the arrangement of the documents in the enquiry.

NOTE As a comprehensive European environmental policy is still under preparation, this Guide does not address the

environmental implications of the equipment.
2 Normative references

The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated references,

only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any

amendments) applies.
EN 54 Fire detection and fire alarm systems

EN 45510-2-8 Guide for procurement of power station equipment - Part 2-8: Electrical equipment - Power

cables

EN 50085 Series Cable trunking systems and cable ducting systems for electrical installations

EN 50086-2-4 Conduit systems for cable management - Part 2-4: Particular requirements for conduit systems

buried underground
EN 50146 Cable ties for electrical Installations
EN 50262 Cable glands for electrical installations

EN 50266 Series Common test methods for cables under fire conditions - Test for vertical flame spread of

vertically-mounted bunched wires or cables

EN 50386 Bushings up to 1 kV and from 250 A to 5 kA, for liquid filled transformers

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EN 60079-14 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres - Part 14: Electrical installations in

hazardous areas (other than mines) (IEC 60079-14)
EN 60228 Conductors of insulated cables (IEC 60228)
EN 60529 Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code) (IEC 60529)

EN 60584-3 Thermocouples - Part 3: Extension and compensating cables - Tolerances and identification

system (IEC 60584-3)

EN 60702-1 Mineral insulated cables and their terminations with a rated voltage not exceeding 750 V - Part

1: Cables (IEC 60702-1)
EN 60794 Series Optical fibre cables (IEC 60794 Series)

EN 61196-3 Radio frequency cables - Part 3: Sectional specification for coaxial cables for local area

networks (IEC 61196-3)

EN 61238-1 Compression and mechanical connectors for power cables for rated voltages up to 36 kV (U =

42 kV) - Part 1: Test methods and requirements (IEC 61238-1, mod.)
EN 61386 Series Cable systems for cable management (IEC 61386 Series)

EN 61537 Cable management - Cable tray systems and cable ladder systems (IEC 61537)

EN ISO 9001 Quality management systems - Requirements (ISO 9001)

EN ISO 9002 Quality systems - Model for quality assurance in production, installation and servicing (ISO

9002)

HD 21.3 Polyvinyl chloride insulated cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V - Part 3: Non-

sheathed cables for fixed wiring

HD 22.3 Cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V and having cross-linked insulation - Part

3: Heat resistant silicone rubber insulated cables

HD 22.9 Cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V and having cross-linked insulation - Part

9: Single core halogen-free non-sheathed cables for fixed wiring having low emission of smoke

HD 22.15 Cables of rated voltages up to and including 450/750 V and having cross-linked insulation - Part

15: Multicore cables insulated and sheathed with heat resistant silicone rubber

HD 60364-4-41 Low-voltage electrical installations - Part 4-41: Protection for safety - Protection against electric

shock (IEC 60364-4-41, mod.)

HD 60364-5-54 Low-voltage electrical installations - Part 5-54: Selection and erection of electrical equipment -

Earthing arrangements, protective conductors and protective bonding conductors (IEC 60364-5-

54, mod.)

HD 604 0,6/1 kV and 1,9/3,3 kV power cables with special fire performance for use in power stations

HD 622 Power cables having rated voltages from 3,6/6(7,2) kV up to and including 20,8/36(42) kV with

special fire performance for use in power stations
HD 627 Multicore and multipair cable for installation above and below ground

HD 629 Test requirements on accessories for use on power cables of rated voltage from 3,6/6(7,2) kV up

to 20,8/36(42) kV

IEC 60050-191 International electrotechnical vocabulary - Chapter 191: Dependability and quality of services

IEC 60050-195 International electrotechnical vocabulary - Chapter 195: Earthing and protection against electric

shock

IEC 60050-461 International electrotechnical vocabulary - Chapter 461: Electric cables

IEC 60331 Series Tests for electric cables under fire conditions - Circuit integrity

IEC 60332-3 Series Tests on electric cables under fire conditions - Part 3: Test for vertical flame spread of vertically-

mounted bunched wires or cables

IEC 61156 Series Multicore and symmetrical pair/quad cables for digital communications

ISO 834 Series Fire-resistance tests - Elements of building construction
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3 Definitions
For the purposes of this Guide, the following definitions apply:
3.1 Organisational terms
3.1.1
purchaser
recipient of a product and/or a service provided by a supplier
3.1.2
supplier
person or organisation that provides a product and/or a service to the purchaser
3.1.3
specification

document stating technical requirements of the purchaser. It may form part of an enquiry issued by a purchaser

3.1.4
enquiry

invitation to tender issued by a purchaser. It will normally include a specification together with the necessary

contractual and commercial conditions
3.1.5
tender
offer made by a tenderer in response to an enquiry
3.1.6
tenderer

person or organisation submitting a tender for the equipment in response to the enquiry

3.1.7
site

place to which the equipment is to be delivered or where work is to be done by the supplier, together with so much

of the area surrounding as the supplier may, with the consent of the purchaser, use for the purposes of the contract

NOTE Further definitions of useful organisational terms may be found in EN IS0 9000 (see Bibliography).

3.2 Technical terms
3.2.1
cabling system (equipment where typed in bold)

assembly of cables, cable accessories, fittings and associated items installed as a single entity

NOTE 1 This is a fixed installation.

NOTE 2 This includes wiring systems provided with additional mechanical protection.

3.2.2
schedule
list, drawing, diagram, plan, sheet or other means of presentation
3.2.3
identification of cable
cable manufacturers’ description of cable

NOTE 1 This defines the cable type - rated voltage, materials (using recognised abbreviations), construction, relevant standard, fire

test performance (if applicable) and cable size - number of cores and nominal cross-sectional area of conductor.

NOTE 2 This may be the same as the external marking on the cable sheath.
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3.2.4
end item (termination point)

electrical equipment, equipment circuit or compartment, cubicle, cabinet, device, enclosure and frames etc, where the

ends of
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