An Introduction to Fueling Agri Pellet Boilers, Wood Pellet Stoves and Biomass Boilers for Salop (Shropshire)
Some of the first questions when considering buying a biomass stove or boiler, are of course:
– what fuel will be used,
– where will the biomass boiler buyer source the biomass fuel, and
– what will it cost to buy the fuel?
Our first video on this page provides an introduction to how pellet stoves and biomass boilers can burn a wide range of fuel pellets. We hope it will help you answer the first question. Unfortunately, we cannot answer the second and third questions above, because they will be very specific to your location, and whether you possess your own agricultural source for one or more of these fuels.
Although we can only offer to install agri pellet boilers, wood pellet stoves and other biomass boilers, through our associated Shropshire plumbing companies, and our readers will need to assess their fuel sources and fuel costs themselves. Nevertheless, we do hope that this article will assist you in your quest to understand your options for switching to renewable energy use. Once the fuel is known the best boilers can be selected for ash production rate, calorific value, etc in the form of agri pellet boilers, wood pellet stoves and other biomass boiler types.
Wood pellets are currently the only biomass fuel option for many people, due to their almost universal availability throughout Shropshire, the West Midlands, and indeed throughout the UK. However, there are other options such as grass pellets. The draw-back on their use is that they are quite expensive, especially when those that have access to “waste biomass” may be able to gain their biomass boiler fuel for almost no cost!
There are Many Biomass Boilers Available
The range of biomass boilers is growing. The gallery below illustrates the plethora of designs. We favour a large biomass fuel feed hopper as shown in one of these photos.
Wood pellets can be made from both softwood and hardwood materials. Contaminated waste wood materials should be avoided for fuel pellets.
The biomass boiler industry produces a wide range of boiler systems which when chosen carefully can successfully burn a wide range of fuel pellet types.
“So, What is the ‘Biomass’ that can power agri pellet boilers, wood pellet stoves and other biomass boilers”
Many people ask, “What is Biomass?”
Biomass is any organic material, which can be used as a fuel. Straw pellets can be made from wheat, barley or oats. Straw is often regarded as a waste from food production.
The advantages of biomass fuel pellets are that they are much cheaper than premium wood pellets.
Reed canary grass has to be harvested regularly, and can be processed into grass pellets.
Switchgrass is very popular in the US for grass pellet processing. Miscanthus is widely promoted in the UK and Europe for fuel pellets.
Paper and Cardboard Waste
Paper and cardboard waste can also be made into pellets for stoves and boilers. We mention this because readers that do not happen to have any connections with agriculture, should not be dismayed!
There is nothing wrong with using paper and cardboard waste to fuel biomass boilers, and if you have a business that generates paper and cardboard waste, you may be sitting on an almost free biomass fuel source which is worth investigating further.
Biomass Boiler Controls
All pellet stoves and boilers have control panels. The control panel can adjust the combustion within the pellet stove.
You can control aspects such as pellet feed rate into biomass boiler. You can also control the temperature of the fire and the fan speed of the pellet boiler.
Achieving the Burn – High and Low Ash Biomass Fuels
The wood pellets, agri pellets, and other biomass pellets burn well.
Wood pellets and pellets in general, produce virtually no smoke during combustion.
Video About Agri Pellet Boilers – Fuel Use in Wood Pellet Stoves and Biomass Boilers is also Described.
A fan is used to provide forced air which provides a high combustion efficiency.
The pellet boiler uses a forced fed burn pot to burn high ash content fuels.
If you review the range of pellet stoves on the market, only a few use this design.
Harman pellet stoves also use this design of forced pellet feed burn pot.
Due to the additional cost many pellet stove manufacturers use the cheaper drop down burn pot design. A drop down burn pot can only burn low ash fuels like premium wood pellets.
If you want to heat your home as cheaply as possible you need a pellet stove or boiler with a forced feed burn pot design.
There are other pellet stoves besides Harman that offer a forced fed burn pot, but you will have to do your research to find them.
You will only be able to burn grass pellets with a forced fed burn pot to remove the additional ash.
In the future, hemp grass pellets (the video presenter predicts) will replace wood pellets as the dominant pellet stove and biomass boiler fuel.
Therefore, we recommend that you will want to purchase a pellet burner which will be able to burn other fuels besides just wood pellets.
This biomass boiler (see video) provides all the heating and hot water for our farm house.
Daily Cleaning for Agri Pellet Boilers, Wood Pellet Stoves and Biomass Boilers
Cleaning frequency depends on how much ash is produced and that depends on the pellet fuel used.
Usually it takes just a few minutes each day to clean the ash from the pellet boiler. via Youtube
Agri Pellet Boilers
The product you see behind me is MultiBio boiler 30 kW for wood and non-wood biomass, manufactured in the Czech Republic, and available for ordering from the AliBaba website.
We are proud to be one of the few (if not the only one) exhibitors here in Nitra, to hold the certificate “E” for burning plant based fuels.
For example residues from refining of cereals, various kinds of plant pellets – sunflower, canola, mustard seeds etc. The burner can combust even a small coal.
MultiBio boiler with our innovative burner can combust very cheap fuel (from 70 Euro per ton ), which is its great advantage.
There is truly a very wide range of fuels which our customers can use.
The fundamental difference of our technical solutions is that fuel caking does not affect the burning process and burner consequently rolls the ashes out.
A boiler with MultiBio burner produces very low emissions. When you look at the roof of the car, where the chimney is, you can see that we are one of the few boilers at this fair which does not produce smoke.
During the last few years, we tried various burners from different producers and different countries such as Italy, and Germany, but we’ve faced the same problem.
Burners, while burning agricultural pellets were developing clinkers which then use to clog standard boilers .
Only our MultiBio Burner does not have this issue and can easily handle fuel clinkers. By doing that, the boiler produces the maximum amount of energy which could be harvested from a biomass.
At our own premises, we operate a 200 kW burner which is heating an area of some 2500 square meters and this particular burner successfully burns any residues from agricultural production, whether they are left over from corn pellets, agro (or agri) pellets of straw or hay.
We can honestly confirm that we are absolutely satisfied with this burner. As found on Youtube
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We offer to provide a professional service to Repair Radiator Leaks in Shrewsbury and throughout Shropshire, but if you wish to accomplish a DIY job we have added a video and a transcript for your information and use below. The job is not easy to do if you have no experience, also the problem may not be related to your radiator valve, so we recommend that you call us on 01743 562 228 for a quote:
Video on How to Repair Radiator Leak Problems – Applicable to Repairs in Shrewsbury Shropshire
If you’ve been fortunate enough to stumble on this video which is all about how to repair radiator valves, then excellent, we’re gonna get down to that any minute.
Anyhow, I hope you take pleasure in today’s video and hold tight. Certainly, you’re here due to the fact that you’ve got a dripping radiator valve like the one we’ve got here. This is called a lockshield valve, and they’re truly, truly simple to repair if you’ve got a little leakage on ’em.
Without more ado, let’s see how we can stop your radiator valve from dripping.
Here’s exactly what a basic radiator valve looks like when it’s in situ on the radiator. We can leakage on the thread of this insert as it goes into the radiator.
We can see leakage on the nut and olive here where the body of our radiator valve goes into the insert of radiator.
We can also see leakage on the nut and olive simply on here as well. That’s on the pipeline that comes up into the radiator valve. What you have here is a radiator insert with a male half-inch thread on it going into a female half-inch thread on your radiator.
Steps to Repair Radiator Leak Shrewsbury
Shut off the radiator valve at each end of the radiator. You do that by turning the radiator valve clockwise, or as we call it in the trade, righty tighty.
This goes the exact same for if you’ve got a thermostatic radiator valve on the radiator.
The next thing you want do to make is to make sure that the 2 isolation valves are holding either side of the radiator.
Get yourself a radiator bleed tool and simply slack off the radiator bleed at the top of the radiator. Ideally water needs to stop dribbling straight away.
You should not get a lot of water out, and next I’ll explain exactly what you require to do when you’ve opened this nut off here.
Get your adjustable spanner on this hex nut here and begin relaxing it.
Relax it and expose and attempt 4 or 5 threads at least, and then as quickly as you’ve got those threads exposed, you cover your PTFE round.
Now, you can clearly see there that I did the safe alternative and exposed simply 3 or 4 threads, possibly 5 threads.
If you want to let the whole of the radiator wall out of this radiator simply here, you can entirely get rid of the insert if you like, and then work with that on your lap.
The thing is, as soon as we’ve got this out here, you can get all the old sealant off here, and pop your brand-new sealant on.
We’ve put our sealant back on now.
All you have to do is simply re-screw in our insert. Tighten up the nut and olive using our grips and our adjustable spanner, and we must have the ability to turn the water back on and make sure that we’ve sealed up effectively that radiator insert there.
The next leakage most likely you may have is on this nut here. The very best thing to do is close down the valves at each end of the radiator, then apply a bleed. This is essential to to make sure that those valves are holding.
The action is similar to that which we performed in the very first bit.
Normally, exactly what you’ll require to do is get yourself some PTFE , wrap that round the olive. We’re putting it on in a method that suggests that when we tighten our nuts up, it’s not going to unwind our PTFE tape.
Next, remake the joint and union once again by getting the body of the valve and then tightening up the nut up again.
Now, the 2 repairs for the leakages we’ve already done there were simple. This is a great method, due to the fact that they’re exactly what I call the dead side of the radiator. They’re on the side of the radiator, and you can turn the valves off, and isolate the radiator from the rest of the heating system. It’s easy, due to the fact that you’ve got the radiator valves there to do it.
Due to the fact that if you’re not adequately experienced in this and you do not understand exactly what you’re doing, you will need to drain the entire heating system out.
Exactly what you are best doing is set yourself up first, so if you do begin to get a leakage, it will not amount to much water and will not run the danger of destroying your decorations.
If you simply tighten up that up by going righty-tighty, do not go definitely psychologically crazy-hard with it, since the tighter they are, the more difficult it is in fact to turn the valve on and off.
The best action you can do is shut the valve itself, get your packaging nut, and simply reverse that completely and take that away.
I’ve got loads of these little mini-olives, loads of various types of sizes, and they’re normally the finest method to do that, however, you’re not going to have that advantage.
What you’ll wish to do is get yourself some PTFE tape, and simply cover that all round the gland like so.
And then, you ought to be able to open up the valve once again, wind over the thread, make sure the thing is dry and great, test for leakages. That should be it.
We hope that has given you a much better concept of how best to repair any leakages that you may have on your radiator valve.
Remember exactly what I stated about that bottom nut, they’re not simple due to the fact that they’re on the live side of the system, and you’ve gotta believe about draining pipes down.
Also note and act on my words about dealing with the system and replacing the inhibitor fluid in the whole central heating system, and making sure that whatever you have done works all right.
As found on Youtube, but call us if this confuses you and we’ll give you a quote for the taks to repair a radiator leak in Shrewsbury and Shropshire.
Macerator toilet installation can be provided by our Plumbing Partners throughout Shrewsbury and Shropshire in applications when there is no sewer drain to connect to, or as in the case of basements, the sewer is above the toilet. There are suppliers in Shropshire, and the best known brand of macerator toilets is Saniflow, who’s products we review lower down this page.
Why Install a Macerator Toilet, What is it, and How Does a Macerating Toilet Installation Work?
A macerating toilet system allows for a toilet to be installed below and/or at some distance away from a home’s main waste pipe, or soil stack. A macerating toilet shreds and liquefies the waste so it can be easily carried out to the waste line via a relatively small pipe. While macerating toilets have special installation requirements that differ from ordinary toilets, they are not impossible to install for most homeowners.
The macerator is a tank that sits behind the toilet itself. Your toilet feeds directly into the macerator, which processes the waste and wastewater and evacuates and it through a discharge pipe with the aid of an electric pump. The macerator can also serve other bathroom fixtures, such as a sink or shower, but can serve only one toilet. In many cases, the tank and its plumbing are all visible in the bathroom, but they don’t have to be. The tank can be installed in the wall behind the toilet. This requires a longer extension piece to connect the toilet. It also requires that you install a removable wall panel behind the toilet, so you can reach the tank for repairs if needed. via rvsani-con
There are some scenarios where connecting your bathroom, en-suite or cloakroom to the conventional household drainage system is just not financially feasible or even possible, especially if the sewer level is higher than that of the room. This is where macerators come into their own and offer a solution to counteract this tricky situation. For many years Plumbworld has been a stockist for a wide range of macerators from the biggest and most reputable bathroom brands including Grundfos, Saniflo and Hydrolux. These quality designs ensure that your waste is disposed of effectively and hygienically without any attention being drawn to the unit itself.
Anything to do with waste is not usually something people want to talk or hear about, let alone see. Therefore it’s essential that the unit you buy can be stored in a position which is out of the normal line of site in order to prevent unwanted attention. Many installers opt to fit the macerator directly behind the toilet as this is one of the most conspicuous places to house the unit, but sometimes there may not be enough room. This is when sizing comes into play as you’ll have to find somewhere else to locate it and the dimensions of the unit will have a considerable impact upon where it can be positioned. Whilst the height isn’t usually an issue, depth and width should be of high priority and one of the things you need to pay attention to. The size may also have an impact on connections, so make sure you leave enough room to safely connect the required pipework to dispose of waste. via www.ebay.co.uk
Making an Exception to the Building Regulations when Installing and Using a Macerator Toilet
Ordinarily a toilet (wc suite) is positioned next to the main sewage pipe for the building to ease the removal of waste matter directly from the property. The building regulations specify that the sewage pipe must pass vertically immediately from the wc to the sewers.
A sewage pipe is rather large though, and in situations where it is not possible to place a bathroom immediately over the existing pipe, it is often not appropriate to add an additional pipe to the property as it will invariably need to pass through at least one room, and the floor at ground level will need to be pulled up to locate the sewer. In these circumstances a macerator unit allows for the inclusion of a toilet. via tileandbathservice.com
Examples of Macerator Toilet Use
If you are thinking about installing a new downstairs toilet or an en-suite in a loft conversion, then you may wonder if your current plumbing is going to be able to handle the extra sewerage. You may find that you cannot get the correct fall for the waste pipe to the new installation or that the disruption to the rest of the house would be too great.
In this case a macerator can be a great way to install a toilet without having to do lots of expensive plumbing work. It may allow you to put in a toilet under your stairs or add an en-suite to a bedroom even when these areas are on the other side of the house to your waste pipe. It is also useful in situations where your waste is having to leave the house against gravity – for example from a basement. via ditchingsuburbia.com
Give Me the Nitty Gritty Details – What Goes on Inside a Macerator Toilet Installation
Faeces and toilet paper are pumped out of the bowl into a chamber equipped with an impeller with stainless steel blades. The turbine grinds the matter up into very fine particles, and at the same time it pumps the slurry into the discharge pipe. The water level in the bowl is adjusted automatically at the end of each cycle to eliminate all risk of odours. The motor and macerator are housed in the porcelain unit. A control keypad is used to trigger the flushing cycle, in the economy or normal mode. Last but not least, SANIMARIN macerator toilets are not chemical toilets!
* Low water consumption: even if the SANIMARIN uses seawater, it is important for the boat’s autonomy to send only a small quantity of water into the Black Water Tank during each flushing cycle. The SANIMARIN consumes 1.2 l for the economical cycle and 2.2 l for the normal cycle. With a manually operated toilet, consumption is much higher, because there is no way of controlling the quantities used. via thisoldhouse.com
No External Water Tank is Needed for a Macerator Toilet
The Macerator Toilet installation has no external water tank as the flushing mechanism is built in and is totally electric. After use, one presses a pneumatic button on top of the bowl, this activates a timer and a solenoid valve in order to fill and wash the sides of the bowl. The motor starts and the waste and paper are sucked inside, where it is macerated and pumped away. The motor stops after approximately 15 seconds and the timer programs the refill of the bowl with fresh water.
It has no external water tank as the flushing mechanism is built in and is totally electric. After use, one presses a pneumatic button on top of the bowl, this activates a timer and a solenoid valve in order to fill and wash the sides of the bowl. The motor starts and the waste and paper are sucked inside, where it is macerated and pumped away. The motor stops after approximately 15 seconds and the timer programs the refill of the bowl with fresh water. via plumbingcodeviolations.blogspot.com
Where to Add a Macerator Toilet
Macerating Toilet installations and Sewage Pumping Systems are often a good choice for the installation of a bathroom in a basement or, other location where gravity drainage is not possible. These macerating systems installations range in capability from a half bath with just a toilet and lavatory sink up to systems that can handle even a washing machine that is drained to a laundry tub first.
In the past waste systems that could not drain by gravity were limited to ejector pits where the installation involved cutting the concrete floor, installing and ejector pit and pump in the ground below the floor and trenching the associated drain pipes below the floor to the pit. The ejector pit and pump remains the most desirable method and provides the highest value but there are many circumstances where tanks below grade become to expensive or risky to install such as high groundwater where compromising the floor makes a flooding risk or, ledge below the foundation makes excavation for a pit impossible or, expensive. via diy.stackexchange.com
The Key to Every Macerator Toilet Installation – The High Speed Rotational Blade
Plumbing systems are reliant on gravity to move fluids from one point to another however there are times when you can’t rely on gravity and need to pump these fluids in a particular direction. Macerators installations work by changing waste solids into liquids using a high speed rotational blade and then pumps this waste into the drainage system in the normal manner. They are a great solution when wanting to create another bathroom and the existing soil and vent pipe is on another wall. We have a wide range of macerators for sale on our website with a great choice of brands and power options available. via www.landlordzone.co.uk
A Macerator Toilet System Review
The Ascent II macerating toilet installation systems, from Liberty Pumps, allows plumbing professionals to add a bathroom anywhere. Perfect for bathroom additions and remodeling without breaking concrete floors, the Ascent II features a 1.28 GPF high efficiency toilet and can pump up to 25’ vertically and 150′ horizontally through a 1″ discharge pipe. The high quality toilets – available in round front and elongated, have improved flush performance and carry the WaterSense® mark. Both models feature insulated tanks to eliminate sweating. The Ascent II is Code Compliant and meets ADA standards, ANSI 117.1 and the new 1.28 gallon per flush requirement. The toilet seat is included.
QuickFlip™ discharge and vent connectors allow for horizontal or vertical pipe connections. Simply unscrew the connector and rotate 180 degrees for optional connection. Heavy-duty connectors are PVC solvent weld type. 1″ discharge with integral check valve and 1-1/2″ vent. via www.rona.ca
Saniflo as Market Leader in Macerator Toilets
Saniflo is a market lead in this field and a recognised brand in the UK. Manufacturing for more than 50 years, they invented the macerator installation and lead the market in terms of supply, design and innovation with huge investment in research and development to utilise the very latest technologies.
The Gas Centre Limited stocks Saniflo products which are available for purchase over our trade counters at Solihull and Stratford upon Avon. As an approved stockist we offer a diverse range which are available at very competitive prices. via ukplumbersforums.co.uk
Problems with Macerator Toilet Systems
The motor can become jammed if a foreign object is dropped into a macerator toilet. Saniflo blockages, in common with other macerator toilets, can be caused by hand wipes, synthetic materials, sanitary towels or tampax being accidentally dropped into the toilet. These items cannot be broken down by the macerator blades and will cause unpleasant water to back -up through the toilet, sink, bidet or shower.
A common cause of leakage is that the toilet has been flushed continuously following the pump not turning on. This causes water to rise above the macerator pump with nowhere to go. via naturalhandyman.com
The right choice of a free standing or stand-alone bathtub is essential as it is the biggest and most striking item that you can position within your bathroom. How it looks will make or break your bathroom renovation project.
Hence, it is crucial that the bathtub that you will get will not clash with your bathroom’s style. Noted in the list below are the types of bath tubs that you might desire for your house.
Tub of cast-iron
If your old tub is made of cast-iron, it is a good idea that you make a call first to your regional bath tub dealership, prior to changing it with a brand-new one.
It may turn out that your old tub might still be worth a lot of £s, and it would be a huge waste to simply toss it away at the local recycling centre.
The appeal of cast-iron tubs is growing and if you choose to keep your old one, you might do best to get the services of a local bathtub restoration business to restore your old tub back to its shimmering and beautiful old self.
The pattern in bath tubs today is to make usage of products like steel, plastic, and acrylic to construct a bath tub. White is presently the most popular colour for contemporary bath tubs.
If you desire to set up a circular tub, having a big flooring area for your bathroom is crucial. Putting one in your restroom instills in it a particular ambiance and hat will genuinely make your time inside the restroom worth a memory keeping in mind. Coupling it with excellent finished to the interior decoration will actually put glamour and style that other individuals will not have the ability to immitate.
Area conserving tubs
There are bath tub creates optimize the area inside your bathroom. The tub is angled in a method inside the bathroom to take as little wall area as possible to make method for racks or even a towel warmer. Another alternative is to put a compact shower cubicle along with the tub is area licenses.
Standard tubs are a rectangle-shaped fit and are the most typical choice, along that they tend to be the most affordable kind of tub offered. It can fit any style or style of the bath space and various lengths are offered depending upon the usage, but they look boring and are becoming very dated. Why go for one of those when you can buy a free standing bath, which is so much more beautiful looking?
These are the designs and kinds of bathrooms that you can get to change your old one or to provide your brand-new bathroom. In either case, make certain to pick the style that will match and will agree with your bathroom’s style in addition to the total style of your house.
Mould can be a big problem in Shrewsbury, Shropshire and the Telford and Wrekin areas. Shrewsbury and Shropshire property owners that need to know how to stop mould are in the unfortunate group of people who discover mould in their bathroom. If you are renovating your bathroom and you discover mould, do you understand exactly what you need to do?
Before Considering How Stop Mould You Need to Understand What It Is
Prior to your acquainting, yourself with exactly what you ought to do if you discover mould in your bathroom, it is essential to analyse exactly what mould is. While some types of mould are thought to be reasonably safe, there are other types of mould that are thought to be harmful. Most people do not consider deeply which type of mould they have. They just want to get rid of it, quickly and easily. If you commence a bathroom project to redecorate your bathroom and you discover mould around your toilet or even under your flooring tiles, there is an better than 50% possibility that you might have black mould on your hands.
Your very first impulse once you realise how to stop mould, is to air the room each day it is used. This is the only way to keep the room dry, except when you are bathing or showering.
You might then decide to eliminate the mould yourself, but we suggest that you might desire to reassess your choice to do so.
The problem with DIY mould elimination is that when mould is incorrectly eliminated, mould spores could spread out from the first location and start to appear throughout the rest of your house.
The specialist who knows what to do will likely be a plumber skilled in mould elimination, or an air quality control expert.
Now you know how to stop mould you will need to take action. Although it can be rather pricey to have your mould evaluated and gotten rid of, you absolutely will need to so.
Allowing mould to stay around in not an option, for the good health of the people that live in the house. Also, find out the reason for the dampness in the first place. It is essential that you also remedy the cause of mould.
Don’t just get it cleaned off. Make sure the source of dampness is found and prevented from re-occurring.
As soon as you have had all your mould gotten rid of from your bathroom, no matter what type of mould it is, you will desire to take actions to avoid another mould break out from happening in the future.
Before Considering How Stop Mould You Need to Understand What Caused It
Good ventilation in bathrooms after each use is the most vital consideration. Persistent wetness cause mould to grow. Keep the room dry, except for a few minutes while you are using the bathroom is always the solution.
You will do best to install a method of ensuring that, after each time a person has a bath or a shower, fresh-air can flow in and dry the room.
One ideal way to dry out the bathroom every day is to install an electric wall fan, if you do not currently have a bathroom fan set up in your bathroom.
It has been kept in the mind of most people that working bathroom fans assist to remove the wetness that mould, especially black mould, flourishes off.
Another way to ventilate a damp bathroom is to install a roof light. Modern roof lights can be bought which open at the touch of a button and will close according to the time set on a timer. They also close automatically when it rains.
The most important point about forced ventilation is that the family or residents using the home must all diligently ensure that, even in the coldest weather, the bathroom is aired and allowed to dry out after each use.
The cheapest and simplest way to stop mould is of course just to open a window and close it again an hour or so later, when the room has dried out.
No matter what kind of bathroom fan, or roof light, you want to acquire, whether it be a conventional bathroom fan or an ornamental one, you need to can discover whatever you are trying to find online or at one of your local plumbing supply shops.
No matter where you live, either dry out the bathroom every day using a window, buy a bathroom fan, or install a roof light, you are recommended to acquire one, even if you do not currently have a mould issue.
Always remember that bathroom improvement jobs, even little tasks, can get rather pricey. Because of that, you will wish to make certain that you do whatever to safeguard any freshly redesigned and decorated bathroom from being assaulted by mould.
If you would like to discuss any mould problem, and how to stop mould re-occurring, you have we are happy to talk about solutions with you if you call us now on 01743 562 228
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