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Rope Robotics’ wind turbine blade repairs pay off in six months

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Initial commercial results: return on investment after six months

Patented robot first to offer practical field repairsoffshore in 2024

Leading-edge repair demand increasing

Benefits: four times faster than manual at half the costs;safety for technicians

Multi-use robot with tools and dexterous arm; remote control

Breakthrough in application of viscous materials 

Future robots use AI for autonomous tasks

AARHUS, Denmark, 6 February, 2023 – After over18 months in operation, having repaired over 150 rain-damaged onshore wind turbine bladeson three continents, the patented robot from Denmark’s Rope Robotics, the world leader in robotic blade maintenance, has demonstrated return on investment for turbine owners within just six months. Compared to manual alternatives, the robot can repair the blade around four times faster at half the cost.  

An increasing problem, rain erosion damage compromises aerodynamic performance of the blade and at worst can lead to blade failure and expensive turbine downtime. The repairs offered by Rope Robotics not only restore turbine power output but are quick, cost-effective and efficient as well as safe for technicians to perform in all but the most inclement weather conditions. Previously, technicians have had to abseil from the nacelle to the blade and work with harmful chemicals, a high-risk work environment that is weather-dependent and costly. 

“Rain erosion is an already serious and worsening issue with the longer rotor blades generating tip speeds of over 380 kilometres per hour. Rain drops at that speed act like a hail of bullets that, over time, damage the leading edge of the blade,” explains Martin Huus Bjerge, CEO, Rope Robotics. 

Efficient leading-edge repair contributes to life extension of one of the most expensive components on a wind turbine accounting for some 25 to 30 percent of the build cost.

Improved annual energy output (AEP) of 3 percent; offshore testing underway

Rope Robotics’ “BR-8” robot can restore up to 3 percent energy output within less than one day per blade at half the cost of manual solutions. First on the market, Rope Robotics’ nine robots have been in commercial operation for 18 months and have repaired over 150 wind turbine blades in the U.S., Canada, South Africa and Europe. 

“Feedback from customers so far confirms our calculations that after six months, the investment in the robot repair service has paid off,” says Martin Huus Bjerge.

“The robot has been well received especially in countries like the U.S. and South Africa where there has been a backlog of repairs. The robot is therefore an additional capacity to the market right now,” he adds.

Applying results from the onshore repairs in countries like Denmark, Sweden and Germany, test repairs on offshore turbines are in progress, in preparation for a commercial launch scheduled at the end of this year.

The core of the system is a robot carrying visual sensors, which operates repair tools using a flexible arm, with technicians monitoring the robot from any location, onsite or remotely.

Robot hoisted by ropes and gripping blade with vacuum system

On site, the 150-kg robot is first attached to ropes that have been anchored in the nacelle before it is hoisted some 100 meters from the ground onto the damaged blade, which has been fixed in a vertical position. A vacuum system allows the robot to attach itself firmly while motors enable movement across the blade. Using its onboard high-resolution camera and laser scanner, the robot inspects the surface, sending images to the remote operator, who diagnoses the damage and initiates the repair process in real time. 

Cleaning, sanding and restoring blade

The three-phase repair process starts with sanding the damaged area, applying appropriate speed and force to create a pattern ensuring surface roughness and geometry.  A second tool cleans the surface using a brush and alcohol to remove dirt and grease. The patented dosing tool applies the leading-edge protective (LEP) material while the spreader tool, also patented, rebuilds the optimal aerodynamic blade shape, smoothening the material to pre-defined standards.  

On-screen remote control and documentation

Controlled remotely on-screen by a technician viewing live images, the robot performs each step with high precision and consistency, thus ensuring quality. All images are recorded and serve as documentation, a global requirement for wind turbine maintenance.   

Awarded two patents covering the robot system, the method, the spreading tool and the dosing tool, the robot took five years to develop and was launched in 2021.

“Perhaps surprisingly, the biggest challenge was to develop a functioning spreader and dosing tool that can apply viscous material both accurately and flexibly to fit different blade types. There are so many variables to consider like temperature, humidity and fluid dynamics. Implementing that into a fully functioning robot that is now working on wind farms around the world was an arduous but fulfilling task,” concludes Martin Huus Bjerge. 

Extended weather window and prior training

After leading-edge damage has been established, typically by drones, the wind farm or service provider contracts Rope Robotics, who supplies the robot along with technician training and support on site.

The robot has been proven in the field at wind speeds of up to 14 meters per second, relative humidity of up to 80 percent and temperatures from 0 to 40 degrees Celsius.

Using results from the over 150 blade repairs already performed worldwide, Rope Robotics is investing in Artificial Intelligence (AI) to offer autonomous repairs in the future.

Cyprus based inspection, testing and certification specialist is latest company to join EEMUA Associate Scheme

Nortest Cyprus Ltd, an inspection, testing and certification body, has become the newest EEMUA Associate. Based in Cyprus, the company provides a wide range of services globally to clients operating in industries such as power generation and energy, oil and gas, civil engineering and marine. Nortest is also a Notified Body (CE 2338) for pressure equipment, and lifts and machinery, and holds numerous accreditations in the field of inspection and certification, such as ISO 17020, ISO 17025 and ISO 17065.

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One of EEMUA’s main activities is helping its Members – the users of engineering equipment and materials – in the inspection and integrity management of their fixed industrial assets, to keep them operating safely, efficiently and in compliance. EEMUA Head of Membership Deovonne Ferreira commented: “The sharing of good practice provided by involvement in EEMUA will help support Nortest, and so its clients, in the continued safe operation of these assets”.

Further details on the benefits of joining EEMUA as an Associate Company or a Corporate Member can be found here.

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T Cards Direct are celebrating their 60th birthday in 2023. 

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To celebrate their anniversary, the latest release for T Cards Onlinewasshowcased at the Southern ManufacturingThis release included some exciting new features that T Cards have been working on for the last year.

Simple to customizeto your applicationitcan seriouslyhelp improve the efficiency of your operation.Benefits are seen immediately as you can start using thesoftwareas soon as you have registered for theNO-Obligation 21-day trial.This includes our UK based support team providing personal assistance to get you up and running with the minimum of fuss.

T Cards Online is designed to be used like the tried and tested manual systemClients often need a clear and precise status ofwork, and this does exactly that but with all the benefitsand analysis tools available digitally.

Having a Go to Board at your fingertipscan help staff get on with the day-to-daybusiness and assist with customer service. Our clients have seen these benefits anlotsmore.

Over the past 10 years the development of T Cards Online has been driven by our clients. Suggestions and improvements have been woven into the basic premise of keeping it simple.Being at the Southern Manufacturing Show has given us a platform to discuss these improvements with clients and potential customers alike.

Phil Heine, Founder of T cards Online said We have been regular exhibitorfor the past 15 yearsinitiallypromotingwith the manualsystems and now demonstrating thepower of theOnlinSystemWe have always found it a busy and productive show with a broadrange ofcompaniesinterestedin Cards Online.This year was no different and has been a great opportunityfor clients to explore the benefitsof the system even more.

The new releaseis an exciting development for planning anthe control of workflowIt includes anew What IF engine that cangenerate automated workflows.

Think of it as anIf This Then That.Action thenconsequenceFor example, if a card or job is moved to a pre-defined position aconsequence or alertis automatically triggered.That consequence could be a clear visual change in colour or an email alert or just a flashing card on the screen. You decide. 

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Enerpac Lock-Grip Pullers - Powerful Pullers with a Practical Design



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Enerpac introduces a controlled solution to removing objects from shafts for maintenance that is safer, faster and easier to operate. The new series Enerpac Lock-Grip Pullers provide maintenance crews a safer, faster and synchronised way to remove gears and bearings from a shaft. Objects are firmly controlled during the extraction process with the unique locking mechanism design, nearly eliminating the risk of flailing. Compared to other puller designs, the synchronised movement of the Lock-Grip Pullers jaws cut setup time in half.

New Lock-Grip Design

The jaws on the Enerpac Lock-Grip Pullers are designed with a deeper reach than previous models. At wider spreads, the reach is significantly improved. The removal of the cage area streamlines the tool with an improved reach-to-diameter ratio for equivalent tonnage, making it lighter and easier to manage. 

Reduced Manpower

Enerpac Lock-Grip Pullers have jaws that move in unison, which means fewer people are needed to engage them during set up of the puller. Manpower can also be reduced thanks to sync and self-centring features. Synchronous jaw movement enables the entire pulling job to be performed by a single operator, which means it frees up the operator’s schedule so more time can be spent on other important jobs. 

Improved Control 

A locking mechanism helps prevent the jaws on Enerpac Lock-Grip Pullers from slipping off the application during the pulling process. The synchronous feature of the Lock-Grip Pullers allows all jaws to move simultaneously and self-centre, preventing misalignment. And an adjustment handle that simplifies the positioning of jaws helps increase operation speed.

Applications Across Industries

The new series of powerful, high-force pullers works for a variety of applications. Enerpac Lock-Grip Pullers are an ideal solution for the removal of bearings, bushing, gears, and pins in industries such as paper plants, power generation, aerospace, rail, shipbuilding, oil and gas, manufacturing and mining. Available in two and three jaw configurations, the pullers quickly and easily mount on a wide range of applications so time can be spent on pulling and more time can be spent completing other jobs. 

The new series of Enerpac Lock-Grip Pullers includes:

- LGM Mechanical Lock-Grip Pullers – simple, economical pullers for everyday pulling jobs

- LGH Hydraulic Lock-Grip Pullers – powerful, high-force pullers for more demanding applications

- LGHS and LGHMS Hydraulic Puller Sets.

Enerpac Lock-Grip Pullers are available now through Enerpac distributors.

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Decarbonising Hydropower with Industrial Coatings and Repair Composites

Considering the imminent exponential growth of the hydropower industry, it is essential that an arsenal of strategies is implemented in order to raise the sustainability standards within hydropower facilities - driving the industry towards a net zero future. 

Of these strategies, protective coatings and repair composites have an important part to play. By intrinsically improving the integrity of key hydropower assets, these products help to accelerate the drive towards more sustainable hydropower facilities and, therefore, the decarbonisation of the sector.


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Industrial coatings support decarbonisation of hydropower industry (Photo by American Public Power Association on Unsplash)   

The Carbon Footprint of Hydropower

While the environmental benefits of hydropower far outweigh fossil fuel alternatives, like most alternative energy sources, hydropower is not without its carbon footprint. Indeed, all energy sources, even renewables, produce carbon emissions in their lifecycle, due to the emissions caused by their manufacture, construction and operation.

While there are some hydropower facilities, such as Iceland’s Landsvirkjun, which have pledged to become carbon neutral, on average, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change(IPCC) states that hydropower has a median greenhouse gas (GHG) emission intensity of 24 gCO₂-eq/kWh. This is the grams of carbon dioxide equivalent per kilowatt-hour of electricity generated allocated over its life-cycle. By comparison, the median figure for coal is 820 gCO₂-eq/kWh.


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Average life-cycle CO2 equivalent emissions (source: IPCC)

Hydropower Capacity Needs to Double by 2050  

The need to mitigate this carbon footprint somewhat ratchets up when considering the huge role hydropower is set to play in supporting a net zero emissions by 2050 pathway (in line with The Paris Agreement). 

In the International Energy Association’s (IEA) ‘Net Zero by 2050’ Roadmap (revised version 2021), the required growth of hydropower is colossal. The Roadmap states that hydropower capacity needs to ‘double by 2050’, positioning the industry as ‘[…] the third-largest energy source in the electricity mix by 2050.’ 


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Image source: International Energy Association’s (IEA) ‘Net Zero by 2050’ Roadmap 

A Call to Modernise Aging Plants 

While it is essential that hydropower capacity ‘doubles’ by 2050, one way of increasing this capacity is by, what the IEAdescribes as ‘modernising ageing plants’. In fact, their Roadmapdetails how between now and 2030, USD 127 billion – or almost one-quarter of global hydropower investment – will be spent on modernising ageing plants.  

In regards to these ‘ageing plants’, according to the IEA, in North America, the average hydropower plant is nearly 50 years old and in Europe, the average is 45 years old. 

The report goes on to say how: ‘These ageing fleets – which have provided affordable and reliable renewable electricity on demand for decades – are in need of modernisation to ensure they can contribute to electricity security in a sustainable manner for decades to come.’

Extend Lifespan of Hydropower Assets with Industrial Coatings and Composites

Industrial protective coatings and epoxy repair composites play a fundamental role in ‘modernising ageing plants’, which in turn, supports the decarbonisation of the hydropower industry. 

By investing in this polymeric technology, aged assets can be repaired, protected and improved for the long term. This process successfully helps to mitigate the carbon footprint of hydropower facilities as it breathes new life into assets that would otherwise be decommissioned, replaced or sent to landfill. 

Companies such as Belzona (established in 1952) have a portfolio of protective coatings and repair composites that have been used to improve the efficiency and performance of hydropower assets for decades. 

Based on the level of erosion resistance required, the epoxy paste, Belzona 1111 (Super Metal) and composite repair polymer, Belzona 1311 (Ceramic R-Metal), can be specified for rebuilding damage and restoring efficiency in areas such as turbines, wicket gates and turbine casings. 

The efficiency improving capabilities of these systems can be demonstrably identified in the two-part epoxy coating, Belzona 1341 (Supermetalglide). With this high-performance coating, the efficiency of fluid handling equipment, such as pumps, can be increased by up to 7% on new equipment and up to 20% on refurbished equipment. 


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First coat of epoxy coating, Belzona 1341 (Supermetalglide), applied

As seen in the graph below, in a study carried out by Leeds University, it was found that when compared to polished stainless steel, Belzona 1341 (Supermetalglide) was 15 times smoother.

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Roughness comparison between polished stainless steel and Belzona 1341 (Supermetalglide). Surface inspection: Leeds University

The two-part polyurethane resin, Belzona 2141 (ACR-Fluid Elastomer), can be deployed in areas that are particularly subjected to high levels of cavitation, such as Kaplan turbine blades. This system offers an outstanding level of protection against cavitation at ultra-high velocities (up to 115 knots with no damage). 
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Application of  Belzona 2141 (ACR-Fluid Elastomer) on Pelton turbine nozzle head 

Belzona’srange of polymeric systems can be specified in the following application areas, amongst others: turbines, penstock gates, generators, spiral casings, draft tubes, transformers, powerhouses, control valves, dams, stilling basins and spillways.

Mitigating Hydropower’s Carbon Footprint 

By investing in industrial protective coatings and epoxy repair composites, the lifespan of hydropower assets can be considerably prolonged. In turn, this supports more sustainable operations within hydropower facilities and, therefore, helps to mitigate the carbon footprint of the industry.   

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Effective garment waterproofing is a hallmark of Snickers Workwear’s winter clothing. 

Whichever Snickers Workwear Jacket you choose, you can count on real comfort and protection from rainand foul weather.

Stay dry, warm and comfortable by choosing from a range of water-repellent jackets with welded seams that will keep you dry in light showers and deliver great breathability to ventilate your body when you’re active on site.

But if you need 100% waterproofness for long periods, check out the GORE-TEX® jacketsThese highly technical garments are waterproof to keep you dry, windproof to keep you warm, and breathable to keep you comfortable all day long

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Fluke Calibration launches new 5560A High-Performance Multi-Product Calibrator

Ideal for 6.5-digit resolution DMMsFluke Calibration’s 5560A is complemented bythe new 5550A (5.5-digit) performance multi-product calibrator and the 5540A (4.5-digit) multi-product calibrator, enabling laboratories to increase accuracy while reducing costs and increasing bench space. 

Eindhoven, Netherlands. 12 January 2023Flukeglobal technology leader in the manufacture of compact, professional electronic test and measurement tools and software, has today introduced the Fluke 5560A High-Performance Multi-Product Calibrator, which provides the broadest electrical workload coverage and highest accuracy.

Satisfying demand at the high-end of the multi-product calibrator market, the 5560A sits neatly in Fluke’s product range under the high-accuracymulti-function 5730A calibrator designed for calibrating 8.5-digit resolution DMMs. The 5560A is an ideal solution forcalibrating up to6.5-digitDMMs

New class of multi-product calibrator

With demand for calibration growing every year, the Fluke 5560A defines a new class of multi-product calibrator by catering for new and inexperienced workers joining the calibration business without muchtraining. Key features of the Fluke 5560A include a large7-inch display with intuitivetouchscreen for ease of useVisual Connection Management™ terminals and an optional accessory for efficientdigital multimeter (DMM) calibration with minimal or no lead changes. The rugged and portable calibrator can also be automated using MET/CALCalibration ManagementSoftware.

Among the key benefits to users of the 5560A are minimal training requirements andreduced maintenance as well as the ability to calibrate a wider range of equipment using a single calibrator. These all contribute to significant reductions in cost of ownership for calibration laboratories. The 5560A is also protected against expensive damage caused byincoming voltages or overload conditions.

In its quest to offer calibration laboratories the next generation of advanced tools, Fluke Calibration has also launched the 5550A Performance Multi-Product Calibrator which enhances the highly popular multi-product 5522A to provide a better match for a customer’s existing DMM workloads.The 5550Agreatly improves the accuracy delivered by the 5522A 5.5-digit DMMas well as offering greater functionality. Featuring an intuitive graphical interface, the 5550A can calibrate the most popular handheld DMMs with increased test uncertainty ratios (TURs) and clamp meters to 1500A with continuous current output (30A). 

Flexible calibration on-site andin the field

The 5540A Multi-Product Calibrator is another new addition to enhance Fluke Calibration’s improved range. It extends the capabilities of the 5502A with better performance levels, making it an ideal solution for on-site or mobile calibrationof the most demanding field instrumentation workloads.The 5540A is perfect for calibrating handheld 4.5-digit resolution DMMswith increasedTURsand clamp meters to 1500A with continuous current output. Improvements in comparison to the 5502A include an increase from 20A to 30A of continuous current output and cutting waiting times during heavy usage. wider range of thermocouple types and a new easy-connect thermocouple connector widens the temperature workload coverage of the calibrator. The 5540A can be fully calibrated with a Fluke 8588A 8.5-digit Reference Multimeter plus one shunt for the highest current range.

Wim Sibon, Fluke Calibration Technical Sales Manager for ElectricalCalibration in Europesaid:In recent years, we have experienced increasing demand from laboratories for greater accuracy in their calibrators while also wanting multi-product solutions that free up bench space and keep costs down.The 5560A calibrator provides exactly what the market requires and will deliver a significant boost to the productivity of calibration laboratories around the world. This will enable our customers to cope with thedemand for more accurate measurements but with less experienced workforce.

“Fluke Calibrationis committed to providing calibration laboratories with the widest workload calibration capabilities and our latest additions to the range will enable lab technicians to expand their existing workloads with confidence. The 5502A and 5522A have been the workhorses of calibration laboratories for many years and we are delighted to take their capabilities to a whole new level with the 5540A multi-product and 5550A performance multi-product calibrators. Backed by more than 50 years of continuous engineering improvementsour comprehensive range of powerful tools are the result oflifelong dedication from some of the best calibration experts in the world. At FlukeCalibration, we are passionate about measurement science.”

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2023 Thorite will showcase new team and technology at major engineering event Company to attend Southern Manufacturing & Electronics show

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Compressed air and fluid power specialist Thorite will launch its new dedicated Electronic Automation (EA) Team at the Southern Manufacturing & Electronics show in February.

The Bradford based company will also be unveiling new products and technology at the event, to be held at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre in Hampshire from February 7th to 9th.

Visitors to the show will be able to meet EA Technical Development Manager Mik Rhodes, who will be on hand to explain how Thorite can help original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) unlock the potential of electronic automation to develop equipment which delivers faster changeovers and improved productivity.

The team will employ demo units to explain the best uses for pneumatic and electronic automation, as well as electric pick and place grippers demonstrating the range of motion available with the latest technology. 

Tom Simpson, Marketing Co-Ordinator for the EA Team, said: “Electronic automation is increasingly being recognised by OEMs as a more efficient alternative to pneumatic power on some machinery.

“We have expanded our expertise over the years in line with this shift and we’re excited to be sharing it at the Southern Manufacturing & Electronics show, which is a highlight of the engineering events calendar.”

Thorite’s Systems Team will be available to discuss everything from panels and valve islands to compressor and OEM sub-assemblies.

Thorite will also use the event to introduce the newly launched Ultima range of oil-free compressors from Gardner Denver, which are 37% smaller and 13% more efficient than other compressors and have no need for ducting thanks to their internal heat exchangers. 

Thorite’s in-house pump expert will provide hands-on demonstrations using a cut-away unit of Graco’s new game-changing electrical-operated double diaphragm (EODD) pump, QUANTM, which requires zero compressed air and delivers up to 80% reduction in energy consumption, while maintaining proven air-operated double-diaphragm (AODD) pump benefits. 

The Southern Manufacturing and Electronics show boasts a diverse range of suppliers which attracts manufacturers ranging from major players to SMEs, from across the UK and continental Europe.

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Suit Up With Snickers Workwear’s New Winter Jackets



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If you’re working outside in cold, wet, or windy weather for long periods, work gets tough. That’s when you’ll need to keep safe from the elements with your own protective shell. A weatherproof outer-layer with one of Snickers Workwear’s Winter Jackets. This kind of protective shell will deliver effective wind and water protection to keep you warm, dry and ensure the effectiveness of the clothing underneath. You’ll want to avoid getting too warm, so insultation combined with ventilation features in your Jackets are absolutely vital. Check out the new FlexiWork Quilted Jacket, which is windproof, water-repellent and designed to be durable and weatherproof for great technical functionality. Like all Snickers Workwear’s Work Jackets, it’s built to be weatherproof enough to keep the elements at bay and durable enough to withstand the wear and tear of hard day’s work but still delivering the level of breathability and ventilation you need for a comfortable and effective day at work.

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T Cards Online Releases Milestone Update at Southern Manufacturing Show


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T Cards has reached it’s latest 2022 milestone update with the latest release. Now it’s even easier to plan and improve task management; helping you to be more agile and quicker to respond to changing requirements.

T Cards have been a proven management tool for allocating, tracking, and improving efficiency for many years. Every workplace has its own specific requirements for a planning system. This adaptable, simple to customise system is a simple tool to improve business. 

T Cards Online was first released over 10 years ago. Since then, updates have continued to reflect the requirements of users and new features have been regularly added. The milestone release this winter, however, is a big step forward and will be demonstrated at the Southern Manufacturing Show Stand M135

Mark Rigby, Managing Director at MTR Logistics commented “I really like the system – It works brilliantly for remote working. This is the Most Simple Visual Management tool on the internet. It has made a big improvement on the way we manage” 

All the new admin pages have been bought up to spec with a new smooth user experience, simple to follow setup and a clear editable framework. Creating and managing the visual display of your tasks has never been simpler.

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