CHAMBERSBURG, PA--(Marketwired - October 28, 2016) - Letterkenny Army Depot is currently conducting market research to locate qualified, experienced, and interested potential sources to provide:
- 181 Brushes, Commutator, PN SP1388 for MLRS Hoist Motor
After awarding the contract, Letterkenny Army Depot intends to request one brush for a first article test. After approving the first article test, the Army Depot will request the other 180 brushes.
Salient characteristics of the brush:
- Solid Carbon Brush
- Nominal Dimensions (Figures 1, and 3): .625 wide x .500 height x .310 thick.
- Concaved face (Figure 3.) with 0.75-inch radius.
- Recessed hole (Figure 4.) of .255 diameter x 0.065 deep on top of the brush to accommodate and retain a compression spring.
- Carbon grade: Electrographite, 45 hardness.
- Shunt Wires
- Two shunt wires riveted to the carbon brush. Each shunt is made up of 2 stranded wires. Each wire is insulated.
- Shunt wires are terminated with a yoke which has a riveted locking nut with #6 - 32 threads per inch.
- Locking nut center is at 2.00 from the top of the brush.
- Each shunt wire is jacketed with insulating meshed fabric.
For the purposes of the RFI, the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code is 335991 - Brushes and Brush Stock Contacts, Electric, Carbon and Graphite, manufacturing. The small business size standard is 750 employees.
Contractors interested in this opportunity must submit via e-mail a Capability Statement by no later than November 7, 2016 4 p.m. ET to Trudy Alleman at email@example.com.
Along with a Capability Statement, interested contractors must submit:
- Company Cage Code, DUNS Number, Name and Address, Point of Contact, Telephone Number, and e-mail address.
- Any small business status, including 8(a), HUB Zone, veteran-owned, women-owned, etc.
- Company NAICS Code(s)
- GSA contract number, if applicable
- Information regarding the company's capabilities and/or information concerning work the company is currently performing or has provided that is similar to the scope of this contract opportunity
To receive the contract, contractors must be registered with the System for Award Management (SAM) database, and have as part of the Registration all current Representations and Certifications. Contractors also must be registered with FEMA.
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