WO1989000963A1 - Device for combining longitudinal and transverse batch conveyors - Google Patents

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WO1989000963A1
WO1989000963A1 PCT/FR1988/000395 FR8800395W WO8900963A1 WO 1989000963 A1 WO1989000963 A1 WO 1989000963A1 FR 8800395 W FR8800395 W FR 8800395W WO 8900963 A1 WO8900963 A1 WO 8900963A1
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René Grandi
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F25REFRIGERATION OR COOLING; COMBINED HEATING AND REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS; HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS; MANUFACTURE OR STORAGE OF ICE; LIQUEFACTION SOLIDIFICATION OF GASES
    • F25DREFRIGERATORS; COLD ROOMS; ICE-BOXES; COOLING OR FREEZING APPARATUS NOT COVERED BY ANY OTHER SUBCLASS
    • F25D25/00Charging, supporting, and discharging the articles to be cooled
    • F25D25/04Charging, supporting, and discharging the articles to be cooled by conveyors
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A21BAKING; EDIBLE DOUGHS
    • A21BBAKERS' OVENS; MACHINES OR EQUIPMENT FOR BAKING
    • A21B1/00Bakers' ovens
    • A21B1/42Bakers' ovens characterised by the baking surfaces moving during the baking
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A21BAKING; EDIBLE DOUGHS
    • A21BBAKERS' OVENS; MACHINES OR EQUIPMENT FOR BAKING
    • A21B3/00Parts or accessories of ovens
    • A21B3/07Charging or discharging ovens
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A23FOODS OR FOODSTUFFS; THEIR TREATMENT, NOT COVERED BY OTHER CLASSES
    • A23BPRESERVING, e.g. BY CANNING, MEAT, FISH, EGGS, FRUIT, VEGETABLES, EDIBLE SEEDS; CHEMICAL RIPENING OF FRUIT OR VEGETABLES; THE PRESERVED, RIPENED, OR CANNED PRODUCTS
    • A23B4/00General methods for preserving meat, sausages, fish or fish products
    • A23B4/044Smoking; Smoking devices
    • A23B4/052Smoke generators ; Smoking apparatus
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A23FOODS OR FOODSTUFFS; THEIR TREATMENT, NOT COVERED BY OTHER CLASSES
    • A23LFOODS, FOODSTUFFS, OR NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, NOT COVERED BY SUBCLASSES A23B - A23J; THEIR PREPARATION OR TREATMENT, e.g. COOKING, MODIFICATION OF NUTRITIVE QUALITIES, PHYSICAL TREATMENT; PRESERVATION OF FOODS OR FOODSTUFFS, IN GENERAL
    • A23L3/00Preservation of foods or foodstuffs, in general, e.g. pasteurising, sterilising, specially adapted for foods or foodstuffs
    • A23L3/02Preservation of foods or foodstuffs, in general, e.g. pasteurising, sterilising, specially adapted for foods or foodstuffs by heating materials in packages which are progressively transported, continuously or stepwise, through the apparatus
    • A23L3/04Preservation of foods or foodstuffs, in general, e.g. pasteurising, sterilising, specially adapted for foods or foodstuffs by heating materials in packages which are progressively transported, continuously or stepwise, through the apparatus with packages on endless chain or band conveyors
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47JKITCHEN EQUIPMENT; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; APPARATUS FOR MAKING BEVERAGES
    • A47J37/00Baking; Roasting; Grilling; Frying
    • A47J37/04Roasting apparatus with movably-mounted food supports or with movable heating implements; Spits
    • A47J37/044Roasting apparatus with movably-mounted food supports or with movable heating implements; Spits with conveyors moving in a horizontal or an inclined plane
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65GTRANSPORT OR STORAGE DEVICES, e.g. CONVEYORS FOR LOADING OR TIPPING, SHOP CONVEYOR SYSTEMS OR PNEUMATIC TUBE CONVEYORS
    • B65G47/00Article or material-handling devices associated with conveyors; Methods employing such devices
    • B65G47/34Devices for discharging articles or materials from conveyor 
    • B65G47/46Devices for discharging articles or materials from conveyor  and distributing, e.g. automatically, to desired points
    • B65G47/51Devices for discharging articles or materials from conveyor  and distributing, e.g. automatically, to desired points according to unprogrammed signals, e.g. influenced by supply situation at destination
    • B65G47/5104Devices for discharging articles or materials from conveyor  and distributing, e.g. automatically, to desired points according to unprogrammed signals, e.g. influenced by supply situation at destination for articles
    • B65G47/5109Devices for discharging articles or materials from conveyor  and distributing, e.g. automatically, to desired points according to unprogrammed signals, e.g. influenced by supply situation at destination for articles first In - First Out systems: FIFO
    • B65G47/5113Devices for discharging articles or materials from conveyor  and distributing, e.g. automatically, to desired points according to unprogrammed signals, e.g. influenced by supply situation at destination for articles first In - First Out systems: FIFO using endless conveyors

Abstract

A device for treating together, in a cooking or a refrigerating facility, products to be cooked or refrigerated for different periods of time, comprises a closed compartment (1) into which the products pass through the entrance door (2) on a first longitudinal belt (4a). The products are transferred to another longitudinal belt (4b or 4c or 4d or 4e) appropriate to the duration of treatment, the transfer being effected by a selector (8) with movable partitions (9) which push the products along. On completion of the cooking or refrigerating treatment, each belt conveys the products separately through the appropriate door (6), which opens when the carpet begins to move, to a main transverse collecting belt (7) which conveys the products to the exterior through the main exit door (3).

Description

 DEVICE FOR COMBINING LONGITUDINAL AND CROSS-CUTTING CONVEYORS

Device constituting a combination of longitudinal and transverse storage conveyors for cooking or cooling food.

It is intended to allow, in the same capacity, the cooking or refrigeration of various foodstuffs with different cooking or refrigeration times, with automatic evacuation of each foodstuff after the end of its respective cooking or refrigeration time.

These products or commodities, being intended for immediate or deferred consumption by storage in cold rooms.

It is known to use for the cooking of food or their refrigeration, linear tunnels or back-and-forth swings, or even superpositions of horizon¬ rate conveyors causing the products to go back and forth at different levels. In these devices the products follow one behind the other, and one can not obtain, in a unit of time, different types of cooking or refrigeration, adapted to the nature of the various commodities, one can therefore only cook or refrigerate 'only one kind of product at a time. And finally, these linear devices require significant dimensions for installations with different applications. The device according to the invention which will be described, eliminates these drawbacks and allows, in a cooking or refrigeration capacity, to process different foodstuffs requiring for this treatment different times. It also gives the possibility of ensuring ventilation and pre-cooling to avoid thermal shock on the products before they are refrigerated or frozen for delayed consumption.

It consists of a closed enclosure having an entry door and a product discharge door. Inside this device, 5 to 6 longitudinal conveyor belts (non-limiting number) are housed side by side, each mat being motorized in an autonomous manner, and opens out by its own door onto a general and transverse collecting mat ', coming to collect on a ball table the output of each longitudinal belt to evacuate the products on the general output carpet.

The first longitudinal entry mat acts as a selector, making it possible to dispatcher. convenience, food of different time on the other mats suitable for the duration of cooking or cooling time of the products, to make this selection:

All products arrive through a general entrance door. When this first mat is filled in all its capacity or its length, by crescents for example, a transverse translation is carried out from left to right by mobile motorized partitions, which push these crescents from the first mat to the next mat No. 2, programmed for 1/4 hour of parking products for cooking or cooling. As soon as the first selector belt has moved to another belt, another operation can again be carried out for another product.

Once the croissants are cooked, the second mat containing the croissants, activated by its motor, starts up and evacuates the said croissants by the door of the mat which opens simultaneously, the croissants arriving on the general and transverse collecting mat by compared to the others, this collecting mat actuated by its motor, evacuates the products by the general output of the device. If bread sticks, for example, have been introduced, and whose cooking requires two quarter hours, or half an hour, these are translated by the movable partitions on the third mat, to perform the same operation as previously. Said movable partitions are of the same length of the longitudinal belts, in order to be able to translate and push all the products introduced on the carpet, laterally and transversely, on the longitudinal belts and of adequate duration for the products to be cooked or cooled.

Each mat corresponds to a certain cooking or refrigeration time, the second being longer than the first and so on for the others. This is how the products with the longest time for cooking or cooling are translated by the movable partitions on the last mat. The movable partitions, translating the products, and whose length is equal to that of the longitudinal belts, are a particular adaptation, as regards their length, particularly suitable for products having a low height, such as: breads, pastry, various cold meats , sausages, ready meals etc. .

However, for this very type of product, it is possible to cook or refrigerate a single family of products in the device, the latter being equipped only with a longitudinal input mat, and with a longitudinal output mat, in the replacing center. the central belts, a large baking tray or not, receives the products to be treated. The products are therefore introduced over the entire entrance conveyor, then a movable partition running the entire length of this conveyor, translates the said products onto the central sole, then the treatment time has ended, a movable partition translates them onto the longitudinal conveyor of. exit directly through the general exit door eliminating the transverse collecting mat. Another variant of the device, being that the movable partitions, dispersing the products on the carpets according to their duration, are not necessarily of the same length as the longitu¬ dinal carpets, but are much shorter, but of the length of the product to move, such as gastronorm containers, this device applying to different requirements: that is to say more important products, such as baskets containing trays or other, gastronorm containers, baking sheets, or hanks that can support meat for smoking or cooking, hanging from these hanks. Multi-level baskets containing trays of ready meals can also be introduced into the device, all of these containers being non-limiting.

In this variant, the product is introduced through the general entrance door of the enclosure, and arrives on the first mat, or a selector or movable partition immediately comes trans¬ later directly on the mat suitable for its duration of time. treatment. And once the treatment has been carried out, each carpet independently discharges its product, through its own door which

PLACEMENT opens and the product arrives on another transverse belt which then evacuates it through the general exit door. This device is fully automatically directed from the entry of the products on an external console according to the durations therein.

5 will have been programmed. It can therefore be seen by this that products can be introduced and treated at the same time, and without any order of chronological introduction, these products being able to be totally different from each other. For cooking any system can be adapted to this device,

10 the various cooking operations which can be traditional such as an oven, for example, or by forced air, glowing steam, superheated steam, more salamander etc. . Different types of cooking can also be obtained in addition to ordinary cooking, particularly at slow heat (cooking hams at 75 ° c and

---> other products) with fluent or superheated steam, for all products for which this cooking is suitable, it can also be steamed, pasteurized and canned canned food, ready meals etc. . . This device is also particularly suitable for

20 smoking of certain products such as fish, cold cuts, meats etc. . the device will then be equipped with large worms, under each carpet which will be stainless and perforated these worms bringing the sawdust, and evacuating it once it is consumed. The sawdust will be stored in a reserve

25 suitable juxtaposing the device, and feeding it by the worms. Sawdust can be made up of different types of wood, suitable for smoking. The device will be equipped with burners, for igniting the sawdust. Once the fumes spread throughout the device and treating

3 ° the products, a network formed by a hood plus piping, will evacuate the excess smoke.

For this treatment of smoked products, the device is particularly suitable and advantageous for its size, accepting a large capacity of products, and each of these- ~ - the duration of treatment can be modular, and going up to even 24 hours, each carpet being managed and programmed by an automaton, as for any other type of treatment, and will evacuate the products at the end of their programmed cycle. The thermal energy used for this cooking device is not limiting, any equipment can be adapted: electricity, gas, microwave. A tank with water inlet and safety system for control will be placed under the conveyor belts for the production of steam, which can be done either by submerged electric sheaths, or by gas ramps housed under the tank. The conveyor belts will also be drilled to allow the passage of this vapor. This fluent vapor can also be superheated by electric superheaters, placed in the upper part of the enclosure, where fans equipped with baffles and electrical resistances allow the recycling of the air drawn from these baffles. Electric salamanders or grills can be placed over the carpets to allow grilling of certain products. As regards the refrigeration device, the latter is equipped with a cold compressor with evaporator. Forced ventilation constantly recycles the air in the enclosure. In this refrigeration chamber, the first conveyor belt is located in a ventilation area, to dissipate the calories of the still hot products, and bring the temperature of these down to around 65 ° to be able to cool them down entirely two hours. For the second variant, the airlock dissipation zone will be located at the entrance of the enclosure at the same time as the dispatching of the products on the longitudinal belts by the selectors or movable partitions.

It is possible, if necessary, to subject the products only to a ventilation treatment, they are then immediately evacuated at the end of the carpet.

The device can also be cooled by C0 2 gas, powered by turbines. Carbinic snow or liquid nitrogen can also be used.

The use of the cooking device and the cooling device can be done in a chain, and discontinuously. Between these two devices, at the end of cooking, we can then couple an identical device, or even of lower capacity, but only equipped with the ventilation system, to evacuate the fumes, and dissipate the calories allowing the

REPLACEMENT SHEET products to fall in temperature, and to avoid the disadvantages of thermal shock.

Then the products are automatically introduced into the refrigeration chamber, to be either refrigerated or frozen.

This latter refrigeration device will then have a greater capacity than that of cooking, because the time of refrigeration of the products is generally greater than that of cooking 1 calorie ≈ 2 frigories, the device will therefore have to continuously absorb more quantity of products, because they will stay there to cool or freeze longer than in the cooking device.

This device , which has just been described, either in cooking, in refrigeration or ventilation, separately or coupled, is entirely removable to allow perfect cleaning, and it is equipped for this purpose with a booster, with steam propulsion nozzles with detergent products, plus rinsing, in order to obtain perfect hygiene and prevent the development of bacteria. This device, in addition to its ability to process together, different products, has the advantage of having a small footprint for the capacity introduced.

The accompanying drawings which illustrate the invention are given without implied limitation of one of the embodiments of the object of this invention.

FIG. 1 represents a section in perspective and in elevation of the device, as a whole with the transverse transport of the products by the movable partitions on the longitudinal drive belts. FIG. 2 schematically represents a section, seen from above of the path of the products in the device.

3 shows in cross section of the device seen on the side, with transverse transport by the movable partitions, making the entire length of the longitudinal belts, this for the specific treatment of products such as for bread making. FIG. 4 represents the same device as FIG. 3, but in section seen from the front, with the ventilations, the longitu¬ dinaux belts and their respective motor, with the movable partitions trans¬ lating the figured breads. Figure 5 shows the same device as Figures 3 and

4, showing in diagram seen from above, the path of the specific products, on the longitudinal belts, by the movable partitions. FIG. 6 schematically represents the device seen by elevation, with only two longitudinal belts, one for entry and one for exit, and in the center a single surface receiving the products for a single family of cooking times. Figure 7 shows the same device as Figure 6, but seen from the front in section.

FIG. 8 represents the device for steam cooking, seen in side section, with the baskets filled with products, and the ventilation and the superheaters.

Figure 9 shows the device in section with the skeins carrying the products and the sawdust reserve for smoking des¬ said products. FIG. 10 represents in section and from the front the same device, with the various longitudinal belts, their motors, the ventilations and the movable partitions, with their drive and the circulation above the belts.

Figure 11 shows the device equipped for refrigeration or freezing with compressors and evaporators.

FIG. 12 diagrammatically represents a continuous assembly of the device during ventilation, then refrigeration cooking. The device shown in FIGS. 1 and 2 comprises a closed enclosure 1, with a general entrance door 2, and a general evacuation door 3. Inside are housed side by side, five to six longitudinal belts 4, and their motors 5. The number of belts is not limiting.

Each mat has a door at its end 6, opening onto a transverse collecting mat 7 or ball table. The product which is introduced by the first belt 4a comes to stop under the selector 8 with movable partitions 9 which is actuated by a motor 10 and a chain 11.

OF SUBSTITUTION This selector, for the treatment of certain products which may be the length of the longitudinal belt, and is described in dots 12 in this figure 1. The selector, thus translates the product 13 on the belt where it must remain, depending on the weather of treatment which will have been programmed to him, once the time has ended, each belt 4 is activated by its motor 5 and discharges its own product through its door 6 on the transverse collecting belt 7 with cleats 15 and motorized 16, which evacuated by the general exit door 3. When using refrigeration, ventilation 14 comes to the entry of the product into the device, dissipating the calories of the products which have been introduced there hot in order to be cooled or frozen there . The selector 8 with movable partition 9 can operate in elevation above the carpets in the enclosure, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 10, but it can also be installed on the longitu¬ dinal carpets 4, the return being made under these carpets as indicated figure 4. The doors 6 of evacuation of each carpet open simultaneously with the advancement of the carpet and at the end of each cycle programmed for each carpet, at the entry of each product by a programmable automaton, one may include but not limited to parking times of the carpets 4 such as: the carpet 4a = a quarter of an hour, the 4b = two quarters of an hour, the 4c = three quarters of an hour, the 4d = four quarters of an hour, and the 4th = five quarters of an hour. We can therefore introduce products with different treatment times in the same enclosure, the programmed mats taking care of their evacuation at the desired time. We can see in Figures 3, 4, and 5, the device in different sections, and in use of the selector 8 with movable partitions 9, being of the entire length of the longitudinal belts, and whose return is made under these belts , (FIG. 4), this system being adapted more particularly to specific products such as breadmaking, given by way of nonlimiting example in these said figures. In FIG. 5, it can be seen that the crescents introduced over the entire capacity of the mat 4a are translated onto. the mat 4b by means of the movable partitions 12. Breads of different sizes, will also have been introduced and translated there on the belts 4c, 4d, 4th, with longer parking time and then be evacuated.

For this treatment, the device can also be equipped in hot with baffles 23 with electrical resistances 24 with ventilations 26, circulating the hot air, or in cold with a compressor 17 •

In FIGS. 6 and 7, the device is shown for a single cooking family, that is to say for a single processing time, and in this case in these figures for bread-making. An introduction door 2, the longitudinal entry carpet 4a, the product 7 introduced over the entire carpet and the movable partitions 9 translate said products onto the floor 43 for parking products, having to undergo their treatment. Then once this is finished, the partitions movable by the chains 11 and the motor 10 translate the products 7 onto the longitudinal exit conveyor belt 4, which, actuated by its motor 5, evacuates them through the exit door 3, out of the enclosure.

The device is shown in Figure 8, in thermal use, for cooking all kinds of food. For the production of steam a tank 18 located under the belts 4 having a water inlet 19 at a constant level. The water is brought to the boil by four¬ reaux 20 with electrical resistances placed in the tank, or else by gas ramps 21 placed under the tank, with evacuation of the burnt gases 22. The longitudinal belts are made of pallet chains , perforated and suitable for letting the steam through. In the enclosure, on either side of the device, ventilations 26 actuated by their motor 25, circulate the air which enters the baffles 23 with electrical resistances 24, these ventilations circulating the hot air, for the air, and the electrical resistances of the baffles superheating the vapors, for use in superheated vapors. This air flow thus produced, and circulating in the direction of the arrows, (fig 8) is loaded according to the type of cooking chosen, steam or air, making the treatment of the products homogeneous. For the use of the device for smoking, - Figure 9, the two selector systems with movable partitions can be. used. A worm 28 brings sawdust under the carpets 4

NT from a reserve 29. The gas nozzles 30 are used to ignite the sawdust, and then go out. The consumption of sawdust is controlled by air shutters 31 "and the ash is removed by another worm 32, which allows the arrival of new sawdust for continuous smoking.

The products to undergo the treatment in smoking are sheaves on skein-hanks 33. The ventilations 26 allow the recycling of the smoking, and the baffles 23 with electric resistances 24, allow to temper and maintain the adequate temperature for this type of cooking .

Fig 10, another section seen from the front, shows us the device on the outlet side of the products, with the ventilations 26, the baffles 23 with electrical resistances 24, as well as the selector 8 with movable partitions 9. actuated by the motor 10, at middle of the chain 11.

This selector with movable partitions is located in elevation above the longitudinal belts. The motors 5 actuating the longitudinal belts 4. In this figure, it can be seen that the first product introduction chamber, located on the first carpet 4a, has ventilation 27, to dissipate the calories of the products which have just been cooked. and entering the refrigeration chamber.

The device, FIG. 11, is equipped for rapid cooling or freezing of the products, the example is given with a cold compressor 34, with the evaporators 35, but it can also be equipped with CO 2 gas, replacing the evaporators 36. And it can also be cooled by liquid nitrogen in the same way as CO 2 gas. the air flow or the distribution of gas or liquid nitrogen, actuated by the fans 26 use the same preferential path indicated by the arrows. However, the forms and means of implementation for refrigeration are not limiting. We can therefore see that with this device, a continuous treatment of the products can be done, depending on whether the device is equipped, this is how, by juxtaposing, FIG. 12, a device equipped with hot 37, then a device equipped only in ventilation 38, where the products only transit, then go to refrigerate or freeze in the device 39 the whole being studied to form a compact assembly, the characteristics of the device described remain the same, with the entry door 2 of the products, the selectors 8 with movable partitions 9, the belts 4, the individual doors of each carpet 6, the collector conveyors - ball versals 7, then the general evacuation door 3 of the products.

In ventilation, the device is equipped with fans 40 with vapor extractors 41 provided with filters.

This part, equipped with ventilation, allows hot products to drop in temperature, in order to avoid thermal shock on food with refrigeration.

All the programming, selection of time, temperature of introduction, etc., being done automatically from an electronic and programmable console 42. However, the shapes, the dimensions and the means used to produce the device which has just been described may vary within the limit of the equivalents.

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1 ° Device constituting a combination of longitudinal and transverse accumulation conveyors for cooking, cooling, smoking of food products with the aim of allowing, in the same capacity, the processing of different products and with different cooking families , together in this same enclosure (1) then it makes it possible to independently evacuate each type of product, when the processing time which is specific to it has elapsed, it is first characterized by a cooking enclosure (1) or cooling, having an introduction door (2) and an evacuation door (3) of the products, which once introduced are dispatched on longitu¬ dinal conveyor belts (4), with parking time for the products, different one from the other, and adapted to said products. Once this period of time has elapsed, this longitudinal belt is started to evacuate the product on another transverse ball collecting mat (7) which, in turn, evacuates said product towards the general exit door (3). Depending on the number of belts, one inlet, one outlet plus a hearth (43) in the center, this transverse collecting mat (7) does not have to exist, the products being directly evacuated by the mat (4th) Release .
2. Device according to claim 1, characterized in that a selector (8) with movable partitions (9) comes to translate the products on the longitudinal belt (4) with duration of treatment in cooking or adequate cooling. This selector (8) is actuated by a motor (10) by means of a chain (11).
3 ° Device according to claim 2, characterized in that the movable partitions (9) of the selector (8) can be either of equal length (12) to the longitudinal belts (4) according to the specificity of the products to be treated, or more short in the length of the product to be moved, such as gastronorm containers, in the latter case said product is dispatched directly from its introduction on the appropriate mat.
4 ° Device according to claim 1 characterized in that each carpet is provided at its end with a door (6) which opens automatically as soon as the duration programmed for each carpet is finished and the carpet (4) starts to evacuate the products it transports to the transverse collecting carpet (7). 5 ° Device according to claim 1 characterized in that for a single cooking or cooling family, that is to say for a single treatment time, the device is composed of a mat (4a) for introducing products, an output mat (4th) and a sole (43) between these two mats, receiving the products for their treatment. The movable partitions (9) translating these so-called products on the sole (43) then once the time has elapsed on the output mat (4th).
6 ° Device according to claim 1 characterized in that one can obtain a continuous treatment with a device equipped with heat (37) then another with ventilation (38) to dissipate the calories of the products leaving the cooking (37) and finally d 'A device equipped with cold (39) thus allowing the continuous treatment of products without interruption. The general characteristics of the claimed device being the same for the continuous assembly which is the subject of this present claim.
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