May 18, 2017 - The Tigercat 1185 is a heavy duty, premium quality harvester designed for high production applications, extreme terrain and demanding operating conditions.

Tigercat will debut the eight-wheel drive 1185 harvester at Sweden’s Elmia Wood in June 2017. The 34-tonne machine is a robust, powerful, high production harvester well suited to extreme duty clear fell applications, steep slopes and tough terrain.

The 1185 is amply powered by the Tigercat FPT N67 Tier 4f engine, rated at (230 kW) 308 hp. The drivetrain components —  including the the pump drive, transmission and the hydraulically balanced bogie axles — are engineered and built by Tigercat for extreme forest duty, long life and high uptime.

Tigercat’s unique WideRange drive system increases working travel speed while delivering extremely powerful tractive effort for high performance in steep terrain and quick in-stand travel on good ground.

The 1185 blends high performance with fuel efficiency through the use of advanced hydraulic circuits. Dedicated pumps power the drive, harvesting head, crane, fan and cooling circuit functions. In addition, a closed loop drive system provides excellent performance and response on steep slopes. A pressure and flow controlled piston pump drives the cooling fan, maintaining optimal operating temperatures at the lowest possible fan speed.

The crane features Tigercat’s efficient and operator-friendly ER technology. The hooked profile of the main boom promotes excellent right-side visibility. Not only is the crane efficient but also simple in design, without external parallel linkages. There are two stick boom options — fixed or telescopic.

With an extreme duty slew system and 360° continuous rotation, the cabin rotates with the crane. The cabin is spacious with excellent visibility and clear line-of-sight to the wheels. The curved windshield affords excellent upward visibility along with patent pending protective technology. Operators will find all the creature comforts including a comfortable and highly adjustable climate controlled seat with a four-point harness and full Bluetooth connectivity.
May 16, 2017 - Continental Biomass Industries (CBI) will be exhibiting at the 2017 Northeastern Forest Products Expo this week and will run live demonstrations of wood grinders, wood chippers, and the latest forestry attachments. CBI will be stationed at booth X-5 displaying the Magnum Force 6800BT Horizontal Grinder, the Magnum Force 5800BT Horizontal Grinder, the ChipMax 484B Portable Wood Chipper, the Stump Shear, and the Log & Stump Screw.

The CBI exhibit is located in the outside display area at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, Maine. Show hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday May 19, 2017 and 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday, May 20, 2017.

“The Northeastern Forest Products Expo is always one of the biggest forestry shows in the region and CBI looks forward to the event every year,” said Art Murphy, director of sales & marketing for Terex Environmental Equipment. “NEFP is a tremendous opportunity to connect with current and future customers and identify exactly what CBI can do to help bring their business to the next level. The crowd expects a show every year and CBI machines always impress.”

Magnum Force 6800BT Horizontal Grinder

The CBI 6800BT horizontal grinder has been specifically designed for land clearing companies and yard waste processors who demand high-volume throughput and maximum reliability. It’s capable of processing land clearing debris, pallets, clean industrial waste, stumps, and logs as quickly as it can be loaded and is well suited to produce highly-marketable mulch through its regrinding capability.

Magnum Force 5800BT Horizontal Grinder

The CBI 5800BT portable horizontal grinder was developed to feature the same principles of the proven CBI 6800BT grinder but is purpose-built for contractors dealing with lower production needs or transportation restrictions. Like CBI’s other horizontal grinders, the CBI 5800B never compromises strength or performance.

CBI ChipMax 484 Portable Wood Chipper

The CBI ChipMax 484B whole tree chipper hit the market with an eye on productivity and customer flexibility. The rotor, chipper box, and feed system are the strongest in its class as this drum chipper provides owners with years of trouble free service. Featuring two rotor options, the CBI 484B can make high-quality fuel chips custom sized from 12–25 mm or “micro-chips” from 2–12 mm from logs up to 24" in diameter.

CBI Stump Shear

The CBI Stump Shear is a stump’s worst nightmare. The attachment is designed to grub, pull, backfill, shear, split and load... making uniform processed material out of the biggest stumps and butt logs at a rate of 50 tons or more per hour. Two massive ripper teeth pull stumps out of the ground, while the reinforced steel plate backfills the stump hole.

CBI Log & Stump Screw

The CBI Log & Stump Screw is designed to split oversized butt logs, pole wood and stumps into more manageable-sized material to be further processed into firewood, wood fuel or other value-added finished products. Splits wood up to 7 feet in diameter and up to 20 feet in length with ease and efficiency and without the need for a larger machine. This attachment is ideal for all excavators, log loaders, front-end loader/backhoes, farm tractors and skid steer units.
May 16, 2017 - In the Nordic countries it is taken for granted to use the CTL method when felling trees. In other parts of the world tree-length logging is equally self-evident. Many times, though, a combined approach is what’s needed.

The Germany company HSM has recognised this and is exhibiting a combined forwarder and skidder at Elmia Wood. 

HSM stands for Hohenloher Spezial-Maschinenbau GmbH. The company has been manufacturing forestry machines for 50 years. Its last appearance in Sweden was at Elmia Wood in 2013, when it exhibited harvesters and forwarders for the cut-to-length method.

“In German forestry we do both CTL and tree-length logging, partly because industry needs vary and partly because we fell more large-stemmed deciduous trees,” explains Patrick Preusch of HSM.

The combination forwarder comes in three basic types: HSM 208, 805 and 904. Each comes in various versions, including with four or six wheels. In all the versions the bunk space can be quickly adapted to turn the forwarder into a skidder. The crane also has a quick-release attachment so the operator can switch between a grapple and a harvester head. In other words, it is three machines in one.

Two different winches
The machines also come with two types of winches for front or rear mounting, with a tractive force of 7 or 15 tonnes. The winches are designed for felling on steep slopes, where the logs must be winched out before a forwarder or skidder can take them out to the road.

One unique design solution is that the width of the wheel axles is less than on equivalent machines. The advantage is that this allows space for 900 mm wide tires without exceeding the maximum permitted width of the machine for driving on public roads, which is three metres.

The combined skidder-forwarder may be a foreign machine in Nordic forestry but in countries like Germany it offers the forest contractor both flexibility and more possible jobs. 

May 11, 2017 - Husqvarna’s new X-CUT chainsaw chain is having its world premiere at Elmia Wood. The company has used the latest technology to develop a chain that saws faster with lower vibrations.

For many people a chain will be the most important new product at Elmia Wood. Specifically, the newly developed X-CUT saw chain from Husqvarna.

The Husqvarna X-CUT SP33G was presented last autumn in some markets, including Sweden. But everyone else will see it for the first time at the world’s largest forestry fair and Husqvarna is preparing for many questions.

“Our chain specialists will be at our stand,” says Hanna Nordquist, who is in charge of Husqvarna’s participation at the fair.

The new chain is the result of research right down to the level of the materials. The company has also invested in a new production unit to utilise the very latest technology. The unit is located very close to Elmia Wood in the town of Huskvarna.

So far the chain is only available in a single version with a varying number of drive links. The version is the one most commonly used with chainsaws, with a pitch of 0.325 inches and a 1.3 mm gauge. More versions are being developed.

Faster with lower vibrations

The X-CUT differs from comparable products by cutting faster with lower vibrations. It stays sharp longer than competing chains on the market and is supplied pre-stretched, so it can be used immediately and does not need filing so often.

“The X-CUT is developed to function optimally with Husqvarna’s chainsaws,” Nordquist says.

Nothing beats hands-on experience, though, and many of the fair’s visitors will undoubtedly want to pick up a chainsaw to feel the difference for themselves.

At Elmia Wood Husqvarna is exhibiting its entire programme of chainsaws, brushcutters, accessories and solutions for professional forestry.

Elmia Wood 7–10 June
Elmia Wood is the world’s leading forestry fair and is held every four years outdoors in the forests south of Jönköping, Sweden. The last Elmia Wood (2013) had over 500 exhibitors and 50,000 visitors from around the world and was widely reported on by the international trade press. On 7–10 June 2017 the global forest industry will meet again.
May 8, 2017 - Rawlings Manufacturing Inc., has introduced the VRM Super Hi Inertia Vertical Wood Hog. The VRM hog opens hydraulically from the rear of the machine allowing full access to the hog’s internal wear components and rotor for ease of maintenance.  All Rawlings hogs are equipped with Patented Super Hi-Inertia Rotor that powers through feed surges with ease while still running at lower RPMs than all other machines on the market.  This saves our customers both maintenance and electricity costs. 
May 3, 2017 - Logset has launched a new product: the harvester head TH65 Euca. As its name implies, the head is designed for harvesting and debarking medium-sized eucalyptus trees. It is the third harvester head designed for harvesting eucalyptus in the TH-series. The TH65 Euca's dimensions are similar to the Logset harvester head TH65. It weighs 1,100 kg and can be mounted on a Logset 8H GT harvester or on track-based machines weighing 20-35 tons. 

"The Logset harvester heads have basically all the qualities needed for harvesting and debarking eucalyptus. Designing special harvester heads for eucalyptus was not a big step for us. In the TH65 Euca, the feeding wheels and delimbing knives are equipped with parallel feed, which means that the eucalyptus stems are well centred in the harvester head. The stem maintains this position even when moving through the harvester during debarking," explains development manager Jonas Hedstront. 

During the development process, one of the most important steps was producing an optimal debarking result during the first feeding. Another important quality was to make sure that the harvester head is kept clean of bark, so the work is not interrupted due to cleaning. 

"The demand for a medium-sized harvester head has grown among our customers who work with eucalyptus. Thanks to the TH65 Euca, I'm glad to say that we can now respond to this demand," says vice-president of sales Pascal Rety.
May 3, 2017 - Italian-based tracked utility vehicle manufacturer Prinoth has announced the latest updates to its Panther T16. The T16 is now available with new track and configuration options to suit varying customer needs. There is now a choice between metal embedded solid rubber tracks (MERT) or the traditional D-dent track system. 

Moreover, the T16 is also now available with a dump box or flatbed options. This gives the Panther T16 the highest payload available on rubber tracks, boasting 33,500 lb of bulk load material payload while the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating is 75,000 lb. The dump box is able to receive up to 11.5 cubic yards of material. The dump box is lined with Hardox steel, making it extra sturdy to get the job done. With a maximum speed of 13 km/h (8 mph), this Panther model is sure to increase productivity, regardless of the project. 

A new undercarriage design yet the same outstanding traction 

The T16 undercarriage was completely redesigned for the rubber track option to provide a sturdy undercarriage composed of five large wheels with both a tandem and a tridem suspension. Prinoth’s patented tridem allows uniform distribution of the load over the rubber track while offering the same legendary suspension travel typical to all Panther models. The undercarriage is optimized by the automatic, hydraulically controlled track tensioning system allowing to achieve the ideal track tension. This prolongs the track’s life and allows for less maintenance and down time. The endless rubber track on the Panther T16 has the same unique zigzag-patterned design which increases off-road mobility, providing outstanding traction and side-hill grip. Furthermore, the vehicle, like all the Panther Series’ models, is equipped with an auto-brake feature, providing optimal safety in all working environments. 
Panther Series’ standardized features 

All Prinoth Panthers are powered by Caterpillar engines. The reliability that the CAT engine provides, as well as CAT’s exceptional service are only two of the many reasons Prinoth chose them when the platform was engineered. Additional standard features include a ROPS/FOPS certified cab designed for operator safety and comfort, a steering wheel and pedal combination for easier and more controlled operation of the vehicle in rough terrain. The ergonomic steering column is telescopic and tiltable. An elevated engine position provides optimal fording depth of up to 1,300 mm (51 in.) allowing operators to travel through swamps, mud or any other types of difficult terrain. 

Panther Series 

The Panther crawler carrier series is comprised of the T6, T8, T12, T14R, T16, and T22 models, and can access difficult worksites without damaging the terrain thanks to their low ground pressure design. While treading softly, they also carry the biggest payloads in the industry – from 5,443 kg (12,000 lb.) up to an incredible 20,865 kg (46,000 lb.) worth of equipment, materials and supplies. Their superior stability and floatability are valuable assets when operating in challenging work environments such as mining, construction, oil and gas and electric utility. 
April 28, 2017 - Komatsu America Corp. has introduced the new PC290LL-11 as an addition to its current log loader product lineup. Featuring a 196 net horsepower, EPA Tier 4 Final, Komatsu SAA6D107E-3 engine, the new PC290LL-11 is available in either a 40’ reach, live heel log loader, or a 34’ reach, road builder configuration, for high performance in demanding logging applications. Log loader and road builder operating weights are 89,730 lb. (40,700 kg) and 82,230 lb. (37,300 kg), respectively.

Other new or improved PC290LL-11 features include a high capacity cooling system, high drawbar pull, additional forestry guarding, narrower, 11’5” (3492 mm) transport width, more comfortable operator controls, all LED lighting, and KOMTRAX 5.0 technology.  

Performance and Productivity

The PC290LL-11 features a new high capacity cooling system, utilizing wide core cooling fins (3 mm vs. the standard core’s 1.75 mm fin spacing) for the radiator, hydraulic oil cooler, and charge air cooler, providing improved performance and reliability. The heavy-duty 1/4” (6 mm) thick cooler air intake door is waffle-screened and sealed to reduce debris accumulation and cleaning time.

Powerful PC360-class final drives generate 64,250 lbs. of drawbar pull for excellent shovel logging and rough terrain performance.  A rugged PC390-class swing motor and drive delivers high swing torque for superior log loading and road building performance.

Komatsu’s standard, robust forestry-guarding package now includes an enhanced right hand corner guard system.  The guard system now has a fully protected LED light, plus a rugged tree deflector with a “hockey stick” design that can be removed or reverse-mounted for transport.  Along with the tree deflector, the track frame steps can also be removed or reverse-mounted to achieve an 11’5” (3492 mm) transport width, which meets most local regulations and reduces the need for special transport permits. 

Operator Comfort & Convenience

The modern Komatsu ROPS/OPS/FOPS/TOPS/FOG/WCB/Oregon OSHA certified forestry cab provides a comfortable working environment. The cab is available with a 48” hydraulic tilt or a 7” fixed cab riser. All cab and work equipment lights are now LED and provide brilliant illumination in low light conditions for increased productivity.

Inside the cab, new, more comfortable, lower profile pilot proportional control (PPC) levers are used to control the boom, arm and heel functions.  New, thumb-actuated, electro-proportional control (EPC) sliding buttons provide the operator with smoother and more precise attachment control of the grapple, bucket thumb, etc.  An updated, large, 7” LCD monitor has a new split-display mode, showing both a rear camera view and key machine-gauge data at the same time. KOMTRAX Level 5 technology feeds the operator machine data, such as fuel and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) levels, Komatsu Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF), regeneration status, location, cautions and maintenance alert information.

Komatsu CARE

The PC290LL-11, whether rented, leased or purchased, is covered by the Komatsu CARE® program for the first three years or 2000 hours, whichever comes first. Komatsu CARE includes scheduled factory maintenance, a 50-point inspection at each service and up to two complimentary Komatsu DPF exchanges and up to two DEF tank flushes in the first five years.
April 28, 2017 - Logset has launched a new product: the harvester head TH85. It is the sixth harvester head in the TH-series. The new TH85 is optimized for large scale clearfell harvesting and it weighs 2 000 kg. The head has been developed as a response to customers' needs and demands. It can be mounted on the world's biggest harvester - the Logset 12H GTE Hybrid harvester - or on track based machines weighing 25-30 tons. The ease of daily maintenance has been the key criterion during the development process. 

"We held on to our philosophy with the earlier heads — less is more. This head has less components and more steel. The point is to achieve minimum downtime and maximum productivity," says development manager Jonas Hedstrom, who has been in charge of the development process of the TH85. 

The Logset TH85 harvester head is a so called four motor head, with three steel feeding wheels and a synchronized feed circuit to ensure an optimal grip of the tree at all times. Like the other Logset TH heads, the TH85 is also equipped with long delimbing knives. The maximum opening of the head is 84 cm and you can get a perfect delimbing down to 4 cm. Both 0,404 and 3/4 chainsaws can be used on the saw unit. 

"In the beginning of April, we sent a Logset 12H GTE Hybrid harvester with a TH85 harvester head to Australia. This combination is a wheel based machine the market hasn't seen before. Logset has 25 years of experience in making harvesters and harvester heads. The TH-series has gone through a 10-year period of technical evolution, so we felt confident about introducing the product on a new market," says vice=president of sales Pascal Rety. 

For more information contact Pascal Rety by phone +358 45 652 5645 or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
April 28, 2017 - On the heels of its most successful CONEXPO-CON/AGG ever, John Deere is now offering a 96-month (eight-year)/20,000-hour power electronic components warranty on the 944K hybrid wheel loader. The warranty is retroactive to existing machines in the field and provided on new 944K loaders through October 31, 2018.

“We continue to build confidence in our hybrid technology and the high-design life of machine components,” said Jason Daly, director, customer and product support, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “As our hybrid experience continues to grow, we feel strongly that this 20,000-hour warranty allows a customer the opportunity to go through a 15,000-hour rebuild/re-life without the expense of worrying about power electronic components.”

The warranty includes a 96-month (eight-year) or 20,000-hour (whichever comes first) non-prorated assurance on wheel motors, generators, power inverters and brake retarders. Certain customer conditions must be met to maintain warranty coverage. This includes component rotation between 15,000 and 18,000 hours; drive voltage cables replacement between 15,000 and 18,000 hours; and an annual dealer machine inspection.

The 536 horsepower 944K hybrid wheel loader features an EPA Interim Tier 4 engine (IT4), and it can provide significant fuel savings over 9-yard3 loaders with conventional drivetrains*. The production-class wheel loader’s brushless AC generators and motors, water-cooled brake resistors and solid-state power electronics deliver reliable, long-term performance to quarry and large-load applications.

*Actual fuel consumption rates and savings will vary with machine application, utilization, operator and model of competitive unit.
April 21, 2017 - The ALLU D-Series Screener Crusher Bucket attachment works with wheel loaders, excavators, skid steers and backhoes to screen, crush, pulverize, aerate, blend, mix, separate, feed and load materials all in one stage – increasing an operation’s efficiency and profitability. The unit is designed to process wet or dry materials quickly and efficiently, reducing cycle times and resulting in increased production and substantial savings on operating costs. The units easily handle topsoil and dirt, excavated and waste soil, demolition waste, construction waste, milled asphalt, coal, oil shale, limestone, contaminated soil, clay, peat, bark, compost, bio-waste, glass and other materials.

To lower overall usage costs, the ALLU Screener Crusher Buckets feature changeable wear hammers for crushing applications. Universal wear hammers are used for most applications and materials. Long wear hammers are recommended for screening and aerating compost and other soft materials to increase capacity. Axe wear hammers are ideal for crushing bark and mixing compost, while oval wear hammers are designed for screening material with high stone content or when reduced crushing effect is needed. 10-mm-thick screening discs extend the life of the attachment when processing many types of material. The ALLU D-Series Screener Crusher Bucket also saves money by lowering transportation costs, as it can be easily moved around the job site or to different sites as it’s mounted on the base machine.

The ALLU power adjustment valve promotes powerful startup and rotation allowing the attachment to efficiently screen and crush wet or dry material from 0.60-inch to 6-inch (15-mm to 150-mm) fragment sizes. Straight side plate construction makes the ALLU D-Series Screener Crusher Buckets easy to fill and able to hold a greater volume of material, while the standard power adjustment valve prevents overloads. Locating the hydraulics on the back of the attachment keeps them well protected from damage, while patented fender plates protect the bearings and seals. Its patented construction keeps nuts and bolts away from the material flow. With more than 100 models in the line, ALLU D-Series Screener Crusher bucket attachments are available to fit any excavator, wheel loader, skid steer loader or backhoe.
April 18, 2017 - Kobelco has introduced the SK260 and SK300 High & Wide (H&W) models in North America. Designed specifically for forestry applications, these new excavators boast generous ground clearance and increased crawler width for ultimate performance on rough or hilly terrain. The Kobelco SK260 and SK300 H&W excavators are the perfect match for the harshest environments. Travel is smooth and unhindered on forestry sites strewn with stumps and rocks thanks to an increased ground clearance of 2’7” on both models, as well as double grouser shoes for better grip. The extra crawler width of 11’8” on the SK260 H&W and 12’ on the SK300 H&W allows for dependable stability and improved lifting capacity. Built with Tier IV Final HINO engines and highly efficient hydraulic systems, Kobelco’s SK260 and SK300 H&W excavators minimize fuel consumption and maximize power.
April 18, 2017 - The JCB Teleskid is a new product that can reach 60 per cent further forward with a forward reach of 2.4 metres. It can dig below its chassis to a depth of around one metre. This new machine can also reach eight per cent higher than any other skid steer with a lift height of four metres. The JCB Teleskid will be able to combine vertical and radial lift capability. A unique bucket-positioning levelling system allows the bucket level to be set and maintained throughout the boom’s range of movement. The JCB Teleskid will feature a fully enclosed cab that is 33 per cent larger than industry average, and JCB’s myCHOICE software, allowing control responsiveness and joystick sensitivity to be tailored to suit operator preferences. A 74hp/55kW JCB Ecomax engine will provide high torque at a low RPM and ensure compliance with Tier 4 Final / Stage IIIB emissions standards.
April 18, 2017 - Bandit Industries developed the new Model 2460XP to be the most economical 24-inch capacity horizontal grinder for operations looking to dispose of green waste, urban wood waste, saw mill slabs, municipal tree waste, and more. The 2460XP features a dual screen setup because of its unique 30-tooth cuttermill design and special cutterbodies, which controls the cut of material, sizing material on the anvil instead of the screen. The track-type infeed conveyor efficiently feeds material to the 60” wide by 24” diameter feed wheel yoke, which is the same size as the 3680XP. The 2460XP has a unique waste gate that makes it easy to quickly remove any contaminants from the mill and screening area, limiting damage to the mill and wear parts.
April 18, 2017 - Located inside the mile-long Dubuque Works facility, the newly minted John Deere Machine Health Monitoring Center is changing how John Deere and its dealers analyze data and proactively support customers through mainstream technology. Additionally, the Moline-based manufacturer launched the Machine Monitoring Center concept at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017. A simulated monitoring center was the centerpiece of the exhibit, showcasing what John Deere dealers are doing everyday — monitoring machines and reacting and responding more efficiently to critical issues that can result in costly downtime.

         “We’re building on our rich machine monitoring legacy with the announcements of the John Deere Machine Health Monitoring Center and the dealer-driven Machine Monitoring Center,” said Jena Holtberg-Benge, director of John Deere WorkSight and ForestSight. “We believe John Deere and our dealers are uniquely positioned to seamlessly connect people, equipment, technology and insights to give forestry professionals a greater advantage.”

         The Iowa-based Machine Health Monitoring Center is situated in close proximity to product engineering teams, as well as the men and women who build many of the John Deere construction and forestry machines. It is also the home to John Deere ForestSight solution engineers and product support experts. Within the Machine Health Monitoring Center, specialists with a deep understanding of the equipment and expert analytical capabilities develop solutions that nourish the manufacturer’s monitoring services by analyzing aggregated machine data, identifying trends that warrant a closer look and then developing new and improved preventative maintenance and repair protocols.                

         “Data from thousands of connected John Deere machines flows here,” said Tim Worthington, manager of product support services at John Deere Construction & Forestry. “The Machine Health Monitoring Center is the central nervous system of our monitoring network. While dealers focus on addressing issues that may immediately impact our customers’ fleet, the Center keeps an eye on the big picture, drawing from the collective intelligence gained through data from thousands of machines. It enables us to develop and deploy solutions to repair machines faster and help our customers avoid unexpected downtime altogether.”

         Working in tandem with the Machine Health Monitoring Center are Machine Monitoring Centers at dealerships across the Americas. These centers feature trained dealer specialists who use advanced telematics and alert management tools to stay on top of potential issues. When necessary, they can engage trained technicians who are armed with the capability to read and clear diagnostic codes, record machine performance data and even update software — without ever visiting the machine in the field. Response time is quick, and, many times, problems can be addressed before they cause downtime. When technicians visit the machine, they can often arrive with the parts in hand to make the repair.

         “Our dealers see the value in monitoring capabilities, allowing them to identify and begin solving problems before the customer is even aware of them,” said Holtberg-Benge. “Our goal is for 100 per cent of our North American dealers to have a machine monitoring strategy in place by the end of 2017. We’re changing the way OEMs and dealers work together to bring solutions to our customers.”

For additional information, visit or contact your local John Deere forestry dealer.

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