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  • Notice Summary
    UK-Newcastle: Supply and Installation of Hotcells
    GB003ZM291049
    Newcastle University
    27 March 2019
    09 May 2019
    Contract Notice - Other
  • Notice Abstract

    (NU/1455) The Supply and Installation of Hotcells Newcastle University Imaging centre will undertake a program of redevelopment that will facilitate the production of novel & routine PET radiopharmaceuticals to EU-GMP standards, with a view to becoming a licensed MHRA facility. This contract will be for the supply and installation of 2 vertically stacked Synthesis (mini) cells, one Dispensing cell and a closed vial Dispenser system, with an option of an additional full-size Synthesis hotcell if budget permits. The Hotcells will be installed in the PET Tracer Production Unit cleanroom and is anticipated to utilize the existing HVAC system. Radiotracers will be manufactured using an ORA Neptis synthesis platform, that will be installed in the Synthesis cells. Purified tracers will be directed to the dispenser equipment in the Grade A dispensing cell via sterile transfer mechanism. Keywords Open tender, Dispenser, PIN, EU GMP, Radiotracers, Hot cells

  • Notice Details

    CONTRACT NOTICE – NATIONAL

    SUPPLIES

    1 Authority Details

    1.1

    Authority Name and Address


    Newcastle University

    N/A

    Newcastle


    UK

    Emma Barksby

    N/A

    emma.barksby@ncl.ac.uk

    N/A

    1.2

    Address from which documentation may be obtained

    As in 1.1

    1.3

    Completed documents must be returned to:

    As in 1.1

    2 Contract Details

    2.1

    Title

    Supply and Installation of Hotcells

    2.2

    Description of the goods or services required

    (NU/1455) The Supply and Installation of Hotcells

    Newcastle University Imaging centre will undertake a program of redevelopment that will facilitate the production of novel & routine PET radiopharmaceuticals to EU-GMP standards, with a view to becoming a licensed MHRA facility. This contract will be for the supply and installation of 2 vertically stacked Synthesis (mini) cells, one Dispensing cell and a closed vial Dispenser system, with an option of an additional full-size Synthesis hotcell if budget permits. The Hotcells will be installed in the PET Tracer Production Unit cleanroom and is anticipated to utilize the existing HVAC system. Radiotracers will be manufactured using an ORA Neptis synthesis platform, that will be installed in the Synthesis cells. Purified tracers will be directed to the dispenser equipment in the Grade A dispensing cell via sterile transfer mechanism.

    Keywords

    Open tender, Dispenser, PIN, EU GMP, Radiotracers, Hot cells

    2.3

    Notice Coding and Classification

    2.4

    Total quantity or scope of tender

    Estimated contract dates

    Start date 07/03/2019

    End date 01/06/2020

    Region(s) of supply

    UNITED KINGDOM

    3 Conditions for Participation

    3.1

    Minimum standards and qualification required

    4 Administrative Information

    4.1

    Type of Procedure

    The procedure type is unknown.

    4.2

    Reference number attributed to the notice by the contracting authority

    DN388990

    4.3

    Time Limits

       09-05-2019  Time 12:00

    4.5

    Language or languages in which tenders or requests to participate can be drawn up

    EN 

    4.6

    Tender Submission Postbox

    5 Other Information

    5.1

    Additional Information

    Please visit the following portal to participate:

    https://procontract.due-north.com/Advert?advertId=d00e4618-f34e-e911-80f3-005056b64545

    Expression of interest deadline : 09/05/2019 at 12:00 hrs

    (MT Ref:291049)

    5.2

    Additional Documentation

    5.3

    Publication date of this notice

     27-03-2019