Sprayfoam Pro Newswire
March 25, 2014
Building Performance Institute
From the Current Issue of SPRAYFOAM PROFESSIONAL Magazine
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Industry News and Announcements
Source: bpi.org
The Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) announced that BPI has signed on to be a partner organization for REMODELING magazine's 2014 Home for Life project. REMODELING's Home For Life project is an online virtual home tour that showcases how to remodel a home to save money and live well throughout the retirement years.

As part of the partnership, BPI will be providing high-level content focused on home performance, which will be featured in the Home for Life resource center and  throughout the site. Content will include check lists, summary papers, and other resources. Additionally, BPI will provide key content bites to be included in pop up boxes contained in the virtual renderings specific to home performance issues. BPI will also provide a link to connect the site's consumer visitors to BPI's online directory of certified contractors, located by zip code search.

View REMODELING's 2013 Home for Life virtual tour.
Source: buildingscience.com
The practice of building commissioning is changing with the new push to certify and license commissioning agents. In this Conversation, Joe Lstiburek and John Straube discuss what the impacts might be and why the building industry should pay attention.
Source: americanchemistry.com
A new campaign was launched that celebrates more than 75 years of innovation enabled by polyurethane. "Versatile. Durable. Incredible. Polyurethane." will employ a website, social media, advertising, and event marketing to highlight the ways polyurethane touches lives everyday.

"We want to recognize this nearly $20 billion industry and the many ways polyurethanes are used in products that we take for granted everyday," said Lee Salamone, Senior Director of the Center for Polyurethanes Industry at the American Chemistry Council. "Polyurethane’s versatility and durability are essential in a number of industries from construction to furniture, to clothing, to automotive and we look forward to celebrating the incredible success of polyurethane-enabled products with these industries."

The "Versatile. Durable. Incredible. Polyurethane." website (www.incrediblepolyurethane.com) will feature products that benefit from the flexibility and durability of polyurethane. Manufacturers are welcome to submit their products to Jessica_Knutzon@americanchemistry.com.
Source: americanchemistry.com
In March 2014, the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) released the first three products to serve as test cases for the new Safer Consumer Products Regulation. One of the products listed is Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) Systems containing "unreacted" diisocyanates. 

This California state program has been in the works for seven years, and is intended to assess the necessity of certain chemicals in consumer products. Though the state has long said they intend the program to be "practical, meaningful and legally defensible," the American Chemistry Council, its member companies and other industry organizations, have continued to express concerns about whether the program in its current form will achieve those goals.

>>Huntsman Polyurethanes Signs New Spray Foam Coalition Code of Conduct
Source: huntsman.com 
Huntsman Corporation’s Polyurethanes division is one of the first companies in the industry to sign the new Spray Foam Coalition (SFC) Code of Conduct from the Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI). The SFC Code of Conduct serves as a framework for Coalition members to further demonstrate their dedication to the health, safety and product stewardship of spray polyurethane foam (SPF) products. 

"The Code of Conduct shows an important and continuous commitment to product stewardship that benefits the entire SPF value chain, as well as everyone in the built environment," said Lee Salamone, Senior Director, Center for Polyurethanes. The use of SPF continues to grow, and is one of the most effective tools to efficiently air seal and insulate residential and commercial buildings. The signatories, SFC members that manufacture SPF systems, promote worker and public health and safety with respect to their SPF products, which include the chemicals that react to make SPF and the final SPF materials."  

The SFC Code of Conduct is the first of its kind and includes commitments to leadership, hazard communication, applicator training, education and research. 

"Internally, as well as externally, Huntsman Polyurethanes strives to maintain a culture of product safety and product stewardship," said Steve Burns, Vice President, Americas, Huntsman Polyurethanes. "This shows in the way we manage the manufacture, sale and handling of our products for the SPF industry. Supporting the new SFC Code of Conduct is a natural extension of our strong commitment to the market and to our product  stewardship principles."

Examples of best practices outlined in the SFC Code of Conduct include:
  • Providing customers with appropriate health and safety information specific to each product;
  • Supporting and encouraging professional SPF contractors to seek professional certification; and
  • Encouraging innovation through research in building sciences, new products and technologies.
The SFC Code of Conduct will be reviewed at least annually to ensure the code remains an up-to-date reference for members.
Source: census.gov
The 2012 Economic Census Advance Report is now available at business.census.gov. This report highlights national-level data for over 100 industry groups, including number of establishments, revenue, payroll and number of employees. Visit the Advance Report page to view the data. Additional releases of detailed industry and geography statistics will be released over a two-year period, through June 2016.  
Bayer Material Science
SPFA News and Announcements
SPFA to Elect New Board Members
This is an election year for the SPFA Board of Directors. Nominations will go out in April to the membership.  Any member in good standing may self-nominate or nominate any other member that is also in good-standing. The nomination process will close and the election ballots will go out electronically, with the election concluding in May 2014. The new Board of Directors will be seated on July 1, 2014 for their two-year term. If interested in serving on the SPFA Board, please watch for the nomination and election forms in your email, or access them once available in the member-only section of the SPFA website.
SPF Article by Rick Duncan Appears in Roofing Contractor
Rick Duncan, Ph.D, SPFA Technical Director, authored an article entitled, "Proper Installation of Spray Foam: Optimizing the Efficacy and Energy Efficiency of SPF in Roofing Applications," in a 2014 issue of "Roofing Contractor."

SPFA Finishes Environmental Product Declaration for SPF
As a continuing step toward effective product and environmental stewardship, SPFA and Underwriters Laboratory Environment (ULe) conducted the necessary steps to complete an SPF Environmental Product Declaration (EPD), which further validates the 2012 release of the SPF Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). This Declaration, along with the LCA, are recognized by sustainability experts as additional verification of a product’s environmental performance. The EPD is maintained on the ULe website, available at www.sprayfoam.org/technical. The LCA is available there, as well.

Foam Supplies, Inc.
SPFA Membership

The attendance at the 2014 SprayFoam Conference & Expo was fantastic. As the rest of the country built igloos and bundled up, attendees enjoyed 80-degree, sunny skies in beautiful Palm Springs. The conference was the highest-attended West Coast show, and had a record number of booths (92) as well as a record number of large booths: (7) 20x20s and (1) 20x40. 

During SprayFoam 2014, the winners of the SPFA National Industry Excellence Awards were announced. More details on the winners and their projects will be covered in upcoming issues of SPRAYFOAM Professional, but here are the results:
Commercial Wall Foam Winner: Domestic Insulation 
Commercial Wall Foam Runner-Up: Biofoam Inc.
Residential Wall Foam Winner: PROFOAM of Tennessee
Residential Wall Foam Runner-Up: Jag Construction Inc.
Roof Foam Less Than 40,000 sq. ft. Winner: PROFOAM of Tennessee
Roof Foam Less Than 40,000 sq. ft. Runner-Up: Honeywell Building Envelope Solutions
Roof Foam Greater Than 40,000 sq. ft. Winner: Arizona Foam & Spray
Roof Foam Greater Than 40,000 sq. ft. Runner-Up: West Roofing Systems, Inc.
Specialty Applications Winner: West Roofing Systems, Inc.
Specialty Applications Runner-Up: Polyseal Insulation LLC 

>>Break-Out Sessions
If you were not able to attend SPFA's 2014 SprayFoam Convention & Expo, be sure to stay tuned. Speakers at the highest-attended break-out sessions will be summarizing some of their material in upcoming issues of SPRAYFOAM Professional.  Also, many of the slides from the presentations are available here.
Be sure to check out some of the photos from SprayFoam 2014 and see if our photographer saw you! Some images from SprayFoam 2014 are posted at the Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA) Facebook site.

>>SPFA Publishes Membership Brochure
Available on the SPFA website, the brochure highlights some of the various benefits of membership and activities of the organization as it pursues its mission to represent SPF professionals in areas of technical and environmental leadership, government advocacy, professional certification, industry promotion and outreach, and delivery of a world-class convention and expo. Please check out the brochure if you have been considering joining SPFA and support our mission to serve you. 
For more information or to access the application to join, please click here.

>>SPFA Membership Directory and Buyers' Guide
Members in good standing are listed in this publication, which was mailed to members in September. This directory is also available in a digital format here. The convenient digital format allows users to navigate and access the directory's content quickly and easily, on the road or in the office. Use the information provided to contact fellow SPFA members and industry partners throughout the year to share ideas, ask questions, or just stay in touch.

>>SPFA Member Benefits
SPFA knows there are lots of organizations out there that would like to have you in their membership. But if you are in, or getting into, the sprayfoam business, we are the place for you. We work hard to represent you well and give you value back for your support. Click here to find out more.
Federal/State Government News
C.J. Spray, Inc.
SPFA Training & Certification
>>SPFA PCP Supplier Company Accreditation
The Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance (SPFA) announcde the launch of the SPFA PCP Supplier Company Accreditation at the SprayFoam 2014 Convention.
By definition, an SPFA PCP Accredited Suppler is a Company that has met criteria of the certification scheme for Accreditation. A Supplier is any company who provides materials, equipment or services to the SPF industry.
The SPF Supplier Company Accreditation Handbook outlines the criteria in detail.
Here is a recap:
1. Supplier offered Training Programs for Contractors
2. Supplier Personnel Requirements
  a. Certified Supplier Representative(s)
  b. Liaison
  c. Written Examiner(s)
  d. Field Examiner(s)
3. Best Practices/Risk Management Program Verification
4. Supplier offered Written Exam(s) and Field Exam(s)
Companies that operate using good business practices can easily meet most of this criteria and just need to have the appropriate personnel become SPFA PCP Certified and develop a program to offer SPFA PCP Written and Field exams to meet the other criteria.
Please carefully review the Company Personnel section in the Handbook to help you know which and how many of your personnel need to be SPFA PCP Certified individuals to meet this criteria. 

>>SPFA PCP Updates from SprayFoam 2014
The SPFA Professional Certification Program (PCP), ISO 17024-compliant, is growing rapidly and launched Phase II of the Program on January 29, 2014, at SprayFoam 2014. Phase II includes:

1) Contractor Company Accreditation
2) Supplier Company Accreditation 
3) Supplier Representative Certification
In addition to the launch of Phase II, the work of the first phase continued with the completion of 235 exams at the 2014 SprayFoam Convention & Expo. This brings the grand total to 1,324 PCP exams taken to date and the program hasn’t even marked it first anniversary yet! Currently, 197 SPFA PCP Certifications have been issued and the number continues to grow! 

A total of 31 Field Examinations were conducted in Roofing and Insulation, hosted by Western Pacific Roofing. Ron Winkle of Western Pacific Roofing is a big supporter of the SPFA and the Professional Certification Program. "It confirms applicators' safety and quality installations." This three-day event served three purposes:

1) Candidates for Master Installer Certification were able to fulfill the Field Exam requirement.
2) Field Examiners in Training were able to see how Field Exams were conducted and to fulfill their obligation to observe and/or be mentored prior to conducting Field Exams on their own.
3) Observers were able to view the Field Exam process and over 120 people chose to do so. These observers represented governmental agencies, sponsors, suppliers who will be hosting in the future, international attendees and Field Examiners in training.
The PCP also conducted eight Examination Preparatory Classes at SprayFoam 2014. To help candidates meet other criteria, the Center for Polyurethanes Institute (CPI) sponsored online course availability by setting up a computer lab where SPFA attendees could take the CPI Chemical Health and Safety course, which is required for all PCP Certifications. We also offered CPR/First Aid Training on site at the Convention Center to help PCP participants meet this criteria.  

The only complaint we heard was there was so much to do and so little time! To help alleviate this concern, please remember that suppliers are now making Exam Prep Courses, Written Exams and Field Exams available on a regular basis.  Check the website at www.sprayfoam.org for current listing of upcoming PCP events.
To find out more about the program, enroll, register for a test, or get set up for one of the upcoming testing locations, email admin@spfapcp.org or call (866) 222-5000 and simply state what you want to do.
>>SPFA PCP Exam Preparatory Course, Written Examinations and Field Examinations 
New locations are frequently added for SPFA PCP Exam Preparatory Courses, Written Examinations and Field Examinations, so be sure to check www.sprayfoam.org Certification Calendar of Events for the most complete list.  

>>SFC Supports New SPFA Professional Certification Program
The Spray Foam Coalition (SFC) of the American Chemistry Council recently released a document outlining the benefits of SPFA's Professional Certification Program (PCP). The Coalition strongly supports this program that will continue to expand the ongoing efforts of the spray polyurethane foam (SPF) industry to create the highest standards of quality and professionalism for its customers.   

"The SPF industry has for many years and will continue to support the safe and appropriate use of SPF," said SFC Senior Director Lee Salamone. "SPFA has created a first-rate certification program to continually raise the bar on safety, performance, quality and professionalism among SPF industry professionals and help give building owners confidence when choosing an SPF applicator." 

SPFA launched its new Professional Certification Program at the 2013 SprayFoam Convention & Expo. The program was developed in compliance with the ANSI/ISO 17024 standard.

To learn more about SPF, visit www.whysprayfoam.org
Health & Safety

>>OSHA NEP Letter to SPFA 
In late October 2013 SPFA received a letter from OSHA Director Dr. Michaels referencing the 2013-released OSHA National Emphasis Program (NEP) on Isocyanates, which is available on the SPFA website: http://bit.ly/1iUOmBA. In the letter Dr. Michaels requested that SPFA work to inform the SPF industry and SPFA members of the tenets contained in the NEP. After four focused years of involvement, SPFA continues to work on the members’ behalf with federal representatives to develop and deliver practical, meaningful guidance leading to increased contractor and customer safety, high performing installations, and compliance with regulations. For more information on the NEP visit SPFA’s website under Health & Safety or attend the 2014 Convention session. 

Source: polyurethane.americanchemistry.com
CPI released an updated Guidance for Developing a Written Respiratory Protection Program. This document provides regulatory background and a model respiratory program that addresses OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Program Standard (29 CFR ยง1910.134) which applies to all respirator use in general industry and construction workplaces. The program provides guidance on appropriate respirators, respirator use, storage, fit and evaluation. 

This document is highlighted on CPI’s website polyurethane.org, under resource library and general information about OSHA’s NEP for isocyanates.

SPFA Member News & Services
Now Registering - Level 3 GacoFlex S20 Advanced Applicator Training (2-Day)
If you are ready to take the next step forward with your roofing business, Gaco Western can give you the skills and knowledge you need with our Level 3 GacoFlex S20 Advanced Applicator Training (2-Day) -- April 23-24, 2014.

This highly interactive program is intended for new applicators and those who want to meet the requirements for participation in the Gaco Western Roof Warranty program. This class is a pre-requisite for achieving Level 3 GacoFlex Qualified Applicator status, which allows a contractor to offer labor and material warranties. The S20 Applicator Training provides a technical understanding of GacoFlex S20 Solvent-Free 100% Silicone Coating, Graco X-70 spray equipment, spray techniques, and application tips. 

Gaco Western has applied more than 10 million square feet of roof coatings. By attending this class you will gain the equivalent of years of experience on applying S20.

Click here for additional details and to register for the course. 

SPF-Related Codes & Standards
Source: ashrae.org
When it comes to the how-to of measuring a building’s energy use, there is much to take into consideration. Are the measurements of a building’s area—used in the equation to derive energy use per square foot—to be taken from the exterior dimensions or to the centerline of the wall? Since they are normally unoccupied, are storage spaces to be included or not?

The newly revised ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 105-2014, Standard Methods of Determining, Expressing, and Comparing Building Energy Performance and Greenhouse Gas Emissions, supports commonality in reporting the energy performance of existing or proposed buildings to provide a consistent method of measuring, expressing and comparing the energy performance of buildings.
>>Spray Polyurethane Foam Design Guidance: Insulation and Air Barrier Requirements of the 2012 I-Codes
Source: americanchemistry.com
This guidance document, developed by the Spray Foam Coalition and the Center for Environmental Innovation in Roofing, 
provides building designers with easy-to-use information about spray polyurethane foam (SPF) for use as wall and roof insulation and as an air barrier. Air barrier information and R-value requirements for commercial and residential buildings complying with the 2012 IECC and 2012 IgCC are provided. (booklet version)

>>The Building Codes Assistance Project Updates on Building Energy Codes
Source: energycodesocean.org
BCAP Newsletters are quarterly summaries of what's been happening at the Building Codes Assistance Project and building energy code progress around the nation.  To access the full archive, click here. Here are some of the recent alerts from the BCAP Code Alerts released released weekly by the Building Codes Assistance Project (BCAP) and its website, the Online Code Environment & Advocacy Network (OCEAN). Code Alert Bulletins are designed to share information and support timely participation in state and local activities related to the adoption and implementation of building energy codes. The bulletins highlight immediate opportunities to influence state and local policy outcomes, indicate code status, and recommend contacts for action. If you know of activity that should be on this bulletin or would like to sign up for this bulletin, contact Matt Kerns at (202) 530-2252 or mkerns@ase.org
>>Sample alert recently posted: 
ICC Code Book Survey
Alert Status: In order to make a case to DOE for funding to provide IECC or combo IECC/90.1 codebooks to code officials, ICC needs to hear about specific states or jurisdictions that would benefit from a free download program. Cases might include:

1. Jurisdictions with budget issues, that do not allow purchase for all code officials/inspectors; 
2. Jurisdictions that need copies to provide outreach to builders/contractors; 
3. Jurisdictions that are not moving ahead with adoption, due to the expense of books/training on the 2012 IECC. There may be other situations as well. 
Please send details on specific jurisdictions, including a name and contact info for someone in/at the jurisdiction, to dkarmol@iccsafe.org.

ICC requests that all information be sent by early April.

More Information:  ICC Shop | Free Resources from ICC
Action: Please submit information to Dave Karmol of ICC.
North Carolina
Alert Status: The North Carolina Building Code Council moved ALL North Carolina codes to a 6-year review cycle. The only code to be exempted from this change is the commercial electrical code.
Last year, North Carolina HB 120 passed which revised the North Carolina State Building Code: Residential Code for One- and Two-Family Dwellings, including provisions applicable to One- and Two-Family Dwellings from the NC Energy Code, NC Electrical Code, NC Fuel Gas Code, NC Plumbing Code, and NC Mechanical Code to be reviewed every six years. Once adopted, the code is to become effective the first day of January of the following year, with at least six months between adoption and effective date. 

The first six-year revision under this subsection shall be adopted to become effective January 1, 2019, and every six years thereafter.

Action: For details contact Lauren Westmoreland of SEEA.

Energy & Advocacy News
"Buildings in Balance: IEQ and Energy Efficiency," Webcast Registration Is Open                                                                                    
Registration for the free 2014 ASHRAE Webcast, "Buildings in Balance: IEQ and Energy Efficiency," is now open at  www.ashrae.org/ieqwebcast.

The webcast will broadcast live on April 17, 2014, from 1-4 p.m. EDT. 

Webcast presenters are:

-- 2013-14 ASHRAE President William P. "Bill" Bahnfleth, Ph.D., P.E., Fellow ASHRAE, ASME Fellow, professor of Architectural Engineering , director of Indoor Environmental Center,  The Pennsylvania State University 
-- James W. Bochat, president, Commissioning Concepts, Phoenix, Ariz. 
-- Tim McGinn, P.Eng., ASHRAE-Certified High Performance Building Design Professional, principal, DIALOG, Calgary, Alberta, Canada 
-- Jerry M. Sipes, Ph.D., P.E., vice president of engineering, Price Industries, Inc., Suwanee, Ga. 
The IEQ Webcast has been approved for three Learning Units (LUs) by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and three Continuing Education Hours (CEs) by GBCI.  The state of New York also recognizes AIA course approval. 

Visit www.ashrae.org/ieqwebcast for more information on the Webcast and continuing education credits, as well as ASHRAE IEQ resources. 

Not able to view the live webcast? Be sure to register and take advantage of the free online archive. The archive allows viewers unlimited access to the webcast online until May 2, 2014. Registration is required to view the archived webcast.
Did You Know
Current Call to Action
>>Comments on OMB Proposed Update of Circular A-119 Are Due May 12 
Source: nibs.org
The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has issued a proposed updated version of OMB Circular A-119, "Federal Participation in the Development and Use of Voluntary Consensus Standards and in Conformity Assessment Activities," for public inspection and comment. The National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), of which NIBS is a member, strongly encourage representatives of standards developing organizations (SDOs), industry, academia, government agencies and other relevant stakeholders to review the proposed draft, which is expected to have a significant impact on future U.S. government use of privately developed voluntary consensus standards. 

The current version of Circular A-119, which was last revised by the OMB in 1998, and the associated National Technology Transfer and Advancement Act (NTTAA) of 1995 jointly serve to direct U.S. federal agencies to consider the use of private-sector-developed standards in lieu of government-unique standards whenever possible. The proposed changes focus on numerous topics, including the use of voluntary consensus standards in federal regulations, incorporation by reference and intellectual property rights, and government participation in standards development activities, among many other issues. Comments are due May 12. Read the ANSI release. View the Federal Register
March 25-27, 2014 -- ABAA Conference & Trade Show, Orlando, Fla.
March 30-April 1, 2014 -- 2014 National Symposium on Market Transformation, Baltimore, Md.
April 7-8, 2014 -- High Performance Buildings Conference, San Francisco, Calif.
May 7, 2014 -- Corporate Responsibility Revolution: Strategy to Success, Philadelphia, Penn., seminar, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
May 11-13, 2014 -- 2014 ACEEE Energy Efficiency Finance Forum, Washington, D.C.
May 13-14, 2014 -- 2014 Building Science Fundamentals 2-Day Seminar, Westford, Mass.

June 12, 2014 -- 2014 Renovation and Rehabilitation Seminar, Westford, Mass.

June 25-26, 2014 -- 2014 Building Science Fundamentals 2-Day Seminar, Dallas, Texas
July 9-10, 2014 -- 2014 Building Science Fundamentals 2-Day Seminar, Chicago, Ill.
August 17-22, 2014 -- 2014 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Pacific Grove, Calif. 

August 21, 2014 -- 2014 Renovation and Rehabilitation Seminar, Westford, Mass.

September 10-12, 2014 -- 2014 ASHRAE/IBPSA-USA Building Simulation Conference, Atlanta, Ga.

September 17-18, 2014 -- 2014 Building Science Fundamentals 2-Day Seminar, Seattle, Wash.

September 22-24, 2014 -- Polyurethanes Technical Conference, Dallas, Texas
September 25, 2014 -- 2014 Renovation and Rehabilitation Seminar, Westford, Mass.
October 20-24, 2014 -- Greenbuild International Conference & Expo, New Orleans, La.
October 22-23, 2014 -- 2014 Building Science Fundamentals 2-Day Seminar, Denver, Colo.
November 5-6, 2014 -- 2014 Building Science Fundamentals 2-Day Seminar, Washington, D.C. 
November 13, 2014 -- 2014 Renovation and Rehabilitation Seminar, Westford, Mass.
Career Opportunities
Director of Sales – Industrial Building Materials

Convenience Products is a leader in providing one- and two-component polyurethane foams, adhesives and sealants to a variety of industries, including electrical, plumbing, insulation, weatherization, manufactured housing, LBM and underground mining.  The growth of this business requires a professional sales leader.

The individual will report to the Vice President of Sales and will also be responsible for our Private Label business and will directly call on Private Label accounts. Other responsibilities will include:
>>Working with the VP to set strategy, pricing and forecasting while working with Marketing, R&D and overseeing the work of 4-5 Regional Sales Managers on new products, promotions and sales calls. 
>>Visiting current and potential commercial customers to demonstrate and promote Convenience Products and negotiate terms and prices of sale.
>>Preparing presentations, quotes, correspondence and proposals to present to current and potential customers.

College degree or equivalent required along with 10+ years field sales experience, with particular emphasis in the IBM industry. Direct experience working in traditional Convenience Products market arenas such as technical services, marketing or field sales is a plus. Building materials experience is a must, with "hands-on" experience in product usage and demonstrations. Experience in "cold storage" sales would be a plus, but not necessary.  Position is located in St. Louis, MO.  Required travel of up to 50%.

We offer a full benefits package including relocation and competitive starting base salary plus incentives.

Interested candidates should submit a resume in confidence to dschuster@claytoncorp.com or:

Convenience Products
866 Horan Drive
St. Louis, MO  63026
Attn:  Human Resources



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