Volume 16 | Issue 2
THE CONCRETE WATERPROOFING MAGAZINE
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DID YOU JUST MAKE
YOUR LIFE HARDER
WITH THE WRONG WATERPROOFING SOLUTION?
ONLY KRYTON PROTECTS
CONCRETE PERMANENTLY AND
MAKES YOUR JOB EASIER.
The wrong waterproofing solution will cost you time and money. Productivity
decreases. Headaches increase. Deadlines are missed. Kryton’s self-sealing
technology keeps concrete watertight for the lifetime of the structure. Our
comprehensive system shaves weeks off schedules, cuts waterproofing
costs by up to 40%, and simplifies your life.
Take the Risk out of Concrete Waterproofing.
In Kryton’s home city of Vancouver, it is not uncommon to see
concrete trucks go by with a short saying displayed on their mud
flaps that I like very much. It says “Concrete is Best”. Now clearly the
owner of that truck has a personal and professional bias, as anyone
would expect. But is the statement true? Is concrete really best?
In the construction world, reinforced concrete competes with
structural steel – especially in building construction. Here are five
reasons why you might consider using concrete instead of steel
in your project:
The manufacturing of cement has a reputation for producing
a high amount of greenhouse gases. But we must remember
that cement is only a small component of concrete. Concrete is
mostly sand and rock and these materials are not only natural and
abundant, they are usually found very close to where the concrete
is made. Steel production contributes its own level of greenhouse
gases and steel is often transported over large distances; using
fuel and creating exhaust. Using local materials is much greener.
Concrete also has the advantage of being a considerable
thermal mass. Concrete can absorb, hold and release heat very
slowly. This property can help to control temperature fluctuations
between day and night thus reducing energy use for heating or
cooling in concrete structures.
The cost of steel will vary greatly depending on your location.
In some parts of the world, all of the steel must be imported.
Concrete is always manufactured locally with at most only a
small portion needing to be brought it. Of course, in a city that
makes steel, they will likely have an edge. But for the most
part, the material cost of concrete and steel construction is
roughly the same. Where concrete has an advantage is with
speed. Concrete construction projects can begin immediately
– with little or no lead time required. Steel construction
requires considerable lead time while the steel components
are being manufactured. This gives concrete projects a big
head start. And once they are going, concrete projects can
go up fast. It is not uncommon for concrete buildings to add a
floor every two days. This rate of construction is not typical of
steel projects. Speed equals less time and time is money.
And finally, concrete can claim to be the most sustainable
building material simply because of its demonstrated long life.
There are many concrete structures in the world today that were
built centuries ago. Concrete has stood the test of time. What
could be more sustainable than that?
It is common for designers to choose concrete for residential
construction, but prefer steel for commercial projects where long, clear
spans of floor space are desired. But concrete is not at a disadvantage
here. Pre or post-tensioned concrete can easily span just as far as steel.
In fact, concrete floor sections are normally much thinner than steel floors.
This is because steel floors are typically “framed” with joists sitting on
beams sitting on girders. A steel floor cross section can easily be twice
as thick as a concrete slab. Using concrete instead of steel might allow a
designer to place additional floors in a tower of the same height.
The greatest danger to any building is fire. Concrete
is naturally fire resistant. It will not burn and it will
not melt. Concrete structures are able to withstand
many hours of extreme temperatures caused by a
building fire without losing its strength. Structural steel
members can be insulated and protected in other
ways, but will typically lose its rigidity and load carrying
ability much sooner than concrete.
Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain
Another design advantage is, of course, concrete’s unique ability to be
cast into any shape you choose. The possibilities are endless.
Steel is flexible. And while flexibility may sound good, it is not always
desirable. Earlier we talked about how both steel and concrete can be
used for long spans. But concrete’s rigidity has an advantage over steel
because this rigidity makes concrete better able to avoid any springiness
or bounce that can be experienced with some long-spanning steel floors.
Tall buildings are especially prone to sway caused by wind. A flexible steel
skeleton will sway more than a rigid one. Badly swaying tall buildings can
actually give their occupants motion sickness. For this reason, even steel
buildings of any height will incorporate a concrete core to provide stiffness.
Concrete also provides superior sound insulation. Steel, on the other hand,
is a great conductor of sound and steps must be taken to add sound
proofing to steel structures.
Vice-President of Product Development
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In regions that are prone to earthquakes, it was
previously believed that steel structures would
perform better than concrete structures because steel
structures are ductile and concrete structures are
rigid. But investigations following the 1994 earthquake
in Northridge, California conducted by FEMA and
UC Berkeley discovered surprising results. Steel
moment-frame constructed buildings exhibited serious
damage and generally fared no better than reinforced
concrete structures. These findings were repeated in
investigations after an earthquake in Kobe, Japan the
following year. Since there is not much difference in
performance and considering that earthquakes often
result in catastrophic fires in their aftermath, it seems
that concrete is still best for construction in earthquake
Another safety consideration on some designers’
minds these days is blast resistance. Some structures
are potential targets for terrorist attacks and the
designer may wish to strengthen or “harden” the
structure against attack. While both concrete and
steel structures can provide similar performance
against blasts, concrete structures can more easily
and economically be hardened by simply casting the
Kryton’s business is built around
customers who need concrete
waterproofing so we naturally favor
concrete. However, even steel buildings
employ a solid concrete foundation so
we are not biased against steel. The
choice is yours.
Ask an Expert
How do you
measure the durability
Concrete is a durable material. The
durability of concrete is defined by the
ability of concrete to resist weathering
action, and chemical attack while
maintaining its desired, engineering
properties. However, due to the use of
inappropriate materials, poor construction
practicing, improper curing, and improper
mix designs, many structures show
premature and serious deterioration.
Premature deterioration is a global problem
that costs billions of dollars annually.
To have a durable structure many
factors should be combined, including a
proper mix design. But what is the best
way to quantify the durability of a mix?
Nobody doubts that for having a durable
structure, permeation of water into the
concrete should be reduced. How should
permeation be measured?
Overall, tests such as water absorption,
surface absorption, water permeability,
or chloride permeability is commonly
specified. Which test is more relevant?
Water absorption (such as BS1881 part
122) is an absorption test that measure
water absorption of the sample by capillary
suction. These tests are more relevant
for an application in which concrete is
exposed to low or no hydrostatic pressure.
Permeability test (BS12390 / DIN1048
- Part 5): This is the true permeability
that evaluates the resistance of concrete
against the penetration of water under
hydrostatic pressure. This test should
be considered as a predominate test to
evaluate the case in which concrete is
subject to hydrostatic pressure.
Chloride permeability test (ASTM
1202- RCP): It is the standard test method
for Electrical Indication of concrete’s ability
to resist Chloride Ion penetration. As per
ASTM, this test method is suitable for
the evaluation of materials and material
proportions for design purposes, and
research and development. However, it has
incorrectly become one of the tests that is
used to evaluate the durability of concrete.
en to you
In addition to the permeability, the
tendency of concrete to crack plays a big
role in order to have a durable mix, but this
property is usually ignored.
Overall, concrete can be exposed to
many different environments, so a variety
of different test methods are needed to
evaluate the durability of concrete.
Research & Development Manager /
Remains Krystol Clear
after 40 Years
As my wife Jeanette and I reflect back on
the past 40 years we are very pleased with
all that Kryton has accomplished. I wanted
to create a product that actually worked
without sacrificing quality or performance,
and now here we are 40 years later
solving the world’s toughest concrete
waterproofing challenges through our global
While working in Vancouver in my concrete
waterproofing contracting company,
I quickly became frustrated with the
poor quality of the products available
in the market. I began thinking about
improvements and resolved to develop a
product that reacted internally and remained
permanent instead of the conventional
‘surface materials’ that were available in
the market. From there we developed and
began to use Krystol products for our own
use but soon realized the demand in the
market and formed Kryton International Inc.
to sell the Krystol line of products to the
In the late seventies and early eighties I
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began experimenting with adding Krystol to
the concrete mix and developed what we
know today as Krystol Internal Membrane
or KIM the very first crystalline
By the early 90s our business was growing
with projects and customers all over the
world. At this time my daughter Kari joined
the company. Kari led the charge on KIM
and was integral in helping to define the
crystalline concrete waterproofing admixture
category through her work with specifiers
and the American Concrete Institute. My
son Kevin joined shortly after Kari, and we
expanded our Krystol line of products to
provide solutions for jointing, mortar and
Over the past 40 years I never diverted my
thought patterns. If you’re going to succeed
in anything and excel, you have to have a
plan. You need to have a goal and know
how to get there. Money is not the goal. It’s
the reward. The goal is what you are trying
to achieve. I had every intention of making
Kryton and the product Krystol the most
used material of its kind in the world - simply
because it was and still is a product that has
always worked for my customers the way it
was meant to work.
Founder & Chairman
years in business
Green spaces for each unit.
Modern kitchen design.
Redefining Spaces in London
n what was once a former
brownfield site in the Streatham Hill
area of London now sits an
innovative, low carbon development which
has revitalized the neighborhood. Formally
a backstreet garage, the site now houses
three leading-edge, urban homes including
a penthouse and two
each featuring a green
roof, their own private
entrances and parking.
The lot features a
amenity space plus each
home includes their own
private outdoor spaces.
The KIM admixture was added to the
concrete used for the raft foundation slab,
because of the slab’s irregular shape,
reduced site height and design it would
have been incredibly complex and expensive
to achieve a watertight slab using traditional
KIM-treated concrete was
also used in the first story
of Insulating Concrete
Formwork (ICF) walls to
create a waterproof solution
for the walls on one side
of the building which are
below ground. By using
KIM there was no need for
or membranes and no
additional labor costs. ICF
construction was chosen
for Dunedin Mews as ICF
constructed buildings are more energy
efficient and longer lasting. The use of ICF
and the technology has been noted as a
Modern Method of Construction by the
Building Research Establishment, English
Partnerships and Communities England.
can have a negative
effect on surrounding
property values and
a neighborhood’s entire image. When
developer Leathwaite who specializes in
sustainable construction services, took
on this project they wanted to not only
replace the brownfield site but also improve
the entire community by using the most
advanced construction methods and
sustainable building practices for minimal
impact to the environment.
One of Lethwaite’s chosen construction
materials was Kryton’s Krystol Internal
Membrane (KIM) concrete waterproofing
admixture. KIM extends the life of concrete
structures, enables the future recycling of
concrete and also reduces jobsite waste
making KIM an ideal partner for Leathwaite’s
award-winning and sustainable Dunedin
Mews residential development.
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The once bleak site is now a sustainable,
chic, modern, urban living space and has
improved the community. The project was
awarded ‘Best Small Development’ at this
year’s annual London
New Homes Award
where judges praised
the development for its sustainability, ‘bold
contemporary architecture’ and ‘innovative
to the prestigious award
from the London Evening
Achieved compliance with
Considerate Constructors Scheme,
a voluntary Site and Company
Code of Considerate Practice for
Construction Companies which
requires being considerate and
good neighbors as well as clean,
respectful, safe, environmentally
conscious, responsible and
Was certified as achieving Level 3
of the Code for Sustainable Homes.
The Code for Sustainable homes
is an environmental assessment
method for rating and certifying the
performance of new homes based
on the BRE Global’s Eco Homes
scheme. It is a UK Government
owned national standard to
encourage continuous improvement
in sustainable home building.
Kryton’s 40th Anniversary is just the start!
By maintaining close relationships with
distributors and customers worldwide, Kryton
demonstrates its commitment to defining the
future of concrete waterproofing.
Friday, September 13th brought over 200
friends and customers to our Vancouver
office. Together with music, food and drinks,
guests got to experience our products
up close with tours of our dedicated
waterproofing labs and offices.
Kryton’s CEO, Kari Yuers, was honored to
be presented with an award from the office
of Ms. Wai Young, Member of Parliament
for Vancouver South commemorating the
milestone anniversary. Also in attendance
was Canadian Deputy Minister of Western
Economic Diversification, Daphne Meredith
who kindly congratulated Kryton on our 40
years of success. She added “It was a lovely
celebration – so classy, such great spirit and
pride in all those attending. I was so pleased
to have been invited.”
If you are going to be in Vancouver, we’d love
to have you visit us, please contact us at
+1.604.324.8280 or firstname.lastname@example.org to
arrange a suitable time and date.
We are pleased to announce the winner of our
Keeping it Reel content is Steve Williamson from
Cypress Mountain. Steve has won a brand new Apple
iPad fully loaded with all the Kryton literature for his
video submission “Cypress Mountain Reservoir”.
Thank-you to everyone who participated!
Check out all the submissions at
in an interconnected,
cross referenced and
Being ‘visible’ to prospects that are
searching for solutions, insights and
recommendations (in order to make a
buying decision) requires a much broader
Internet presence than a single website.
The following is a list of some of the basic
areas that we explored in order to expand
our visibility and become more “findable” on
Website: The website is a
cornerstone of your
communications strategy. Make it easy for
prospects to find information.
Google/Search Terms: Identify
all your search terms and ensure that
these are integrated within your website
content. Review the rankings regularly.
YouTube/Video: Humans are
visual beasts, period. With the
explosion of broadband, video is
simply going to get bigger and bigger….
You can create videos that explain your
service, product or customer benefit…
at Kryton we’ve utilized video for years but
recently we’ve refocused on creating videos
like Keeping it Reel and our Stickmen to
engage with customers much earlier in the
sales process. Simplified messages are
more memorable and they encourage the
inquisitive prospect to find more detailed
information on the website.
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LinkedIn: Effective networking
is the key to success. LinkedIn
provides a platform that allows you
to network, and every person in your
enterprise should have a fully complete
Twitter: Short, fast and
instantaneous updates from trusted
sources. You can become such
a trusted source with relevant
audience specific information. Moreover,
search engines also index tweets in real
time. Tweets will help increase your
Facebook: A well-designed
Facebook page will help to increase
your profile on the web. Facebook
is evolving but a first step is to simply have
presence and then decide on what content
information is held on that format. At Kryton
our strategy is to focus more on general
news and the social aspects eg. from charity
work to mentioning product information
when linked to projects to attending trade
shows and association events.
Blogs: This is the arena for
more technical and product
specific information. It functions as
both a central content library and a forum to
interact with our customers more intimately.
Don’t be… the web is evolving constantly
with revised algorithms making some
platforms and services obsolete overnight
and others come to the fore.
We’re living in a new reality that is in more
flux than ever. Therefore don’t worry about
being perfect just start and do stuff…
Start by making a list of what is the most
important for your enterprise and your
customers and simply begin the process.
It’s more important to start than to worry
about making everything perfect as it
won’t be. Some items won’t work well but
others will. The point is to learn and keep
Keep in mind that mastering your Internet
presence is not a project that you complete;
it’s an integrated process that you need
to build into your ‘conventional’ marketing,
sales, and customer service strategy.
The web is now at the very heart of your
business and how we communicate…
Director of Marketing
Standing the Test of
Report proves KIM is effective at preventing
corrosion long-term under real-world conditions
A considerable amount of time, money and effort is spent
trying to make concrete durable. In particular, testing the ability
of concrete to protect the reinforcing steel from corrosion is
paramount. Corroding reinforcement can cause significant
damage to infrastructure, leading to millions of dollars in repair
and replacement costs. Perform an internet search for the
Gardiner Expressway in Toronto, Canada to see what I mean.
Unfortunately, it is difficult to design laboratory tests that
adequately reflect the mechanisms that cause corrosion to
occur in the real world. Many products will perform well during
short term laboratory tests, only to perform poorly over the long
term in the real world. While lab tests provide useful information
and guidance, the ultimate proof of durability is long term field
Visual observations of panels with
Kryton’s KIM and a crystalline competitor.
(Courtesy of University of Hawaii)
The University of Hawaii recently released the results of a 10
year study on the corrosion of reinforced concrete exposed to
a marine environment. Concrete panels were placed in the tidal
zone of Honolulu harbor, which is a highly corrosive environment
due to chlorides in the ocean water, as well as constant weather
Corrosion can be prevented in concrete in two primary ways.
If the permeability of the concrete is very low, the penetration
of water and chlorides will be minimized, preventing corrosive
conditions from developing. Alternatively, the concrete can be
treated with corrosion inhibitors that act to chemically inhibit
corrosion at the surface of the steel once corrosive conditions
develop. For real projects both methods can be used, but for
research purposes only one additive was used in each test mix.
The Hawaii program used a good quality control concrete
(water-cement ratio of 0.40) that would be considered durable.
Even so, the control (plain concrete) showed corrosion induced
cracking and rust residue after 10 years. The other materials
evaluated included two supplemental cementitious materials (fly
ash and silica fume) as well and four corrosion inhibitors and
three permeability reducing admixtures, including Krystol Internal
As would be expected, using fly ash in the concrete mix showed
good performance. Using fly ash as a replacement for a portion
of the cement can improve performance and reduce cost, so
fly ash is common in modern concrete mixes. Silica fume also
showed good results, although poor dispersion of the silica
fume particles compromised the performance of at least one
panel, which highlights the challenges that can come with using
Kryton’s KIM outperforms all
other concrete waterproofing
admixtures including: BASF
Rheocrete 222+, Sika FerroGard
901 and Xypex Admix C-2000.
Calcium Nitrite, a common corrosion inhibitor, was found to
be effective if used at a dose of 20 L/m3, however it did not
provide reliable protection if used at only 10 L/m3. This confirms
that calcium nitrite requires a threshold dose to be effective. In
the severe marine environment, only the higher dose provided
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At the conclusion of the study, the report published in 2012
made the following recommendations for minimizing corrosion:
1. Use a water to cementitious material ratio as low as
possible, but not greater than 0.40.
2. Include fly ash with at least 15% replacement of cement, or
silica fume with at least 5% replacement of cement. Mixing
must ensure that the fly ash and silica fume, in particular,
are well distributed throughout the concrete.
3. Include a calcium nitrite admixture at minimum dosages of
4. As added protection, consider including Kryton KIM at 2%
by weight of cement.
Other admixtures, including a latex modifier, organic corrosion
inhibitors and a competitive crystalline admixture showed
inconsistent to poor results, indicating that these materials did
not provide effective corrosion protection.
Concrete containing Krystol Internal Membrane (KIM) performed
very well during the exposure period, and showed low half
cell readings (indicating a low probability of corrosion) and no
visible signs of corrosion after 10 years. This result proves the
effectiveness of KIM’s long term crystalline reactivity at protecting
concrete from water and chlorides under real world conditions.
While KIM is established as a waterproofing admixture, the
results from Hawaii clearly demonstrate the relationship between
low permeability and corrosion resistance.
in the inte
Technical Manager, R&D
Ropert, J. and Robertson, I.N., 2012, “Performance of Corrosion
Inhibiting Admixtures in Hawaiian Concrete in a Marine
Environment,” Research Report UHM/CEE/12-04, Department
of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Hawaii at
Manoa, Honolulu, HI.
Kryton in india
Following the global economic slow-down
the construction industry in India has also
dropped from a Compound Annual Growth
Rate (CAGR) of 10% to a CAGR of 4.5%
over the past four years. This slowdown has
led the construction industry to look for new
technologies that save labor, money and
reduce the time spent in construction.
World of Concrete are entering India
recognizing the potential of the growing
construction market. Kryton with its local
manufacturing unit, geographical footprint
and the proven ability to deliver high quality
products and advice are well positioned to
increase its market share.
Large national builders and leading
government bodies including Engineers
India Limited, Central Public Works
Department, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation
are embracing crystallization waterproofing
technology which provide them with lasting
water tight structures that are economic and
fast. These organizations / engineers are
specifying these new smart technologies in
Kryton has had a presence in India since
1996 when Kryton Buildmat Co. Pvt. Ltd.
offices and manufacturing plant were
opened outside New Delhi. Since then the
India team has worked with the construction
industry to educate the Indian market
on crystalline concrete waterproofing
technology. Kryton has worked with
International brands such as Pepsico,
Raddison, Emaar etc. and has waterproofed
a host of infrastructure projects.
India’s real estate developers are predicting
a construction boom in India thanks to large
infrastructure projects and internal demand
due to shifting of population densities
from rural to urban. Year 2013 – 2014 is
being called a pivotal year for the economy
to start ramping up with construction
being a leading driver. Growth rates are
being estimated between 5-6%. Industry
exhibition major’s like Hanley Wood and
In 2007 Kryton went through a rigorous
assessment and was awarded ISO
9001:2000 Certification, signifying
Kryton products adhere to all applicable
requirements and meet designated quality
management systems and standards,
including the coveted Bureau of Indian
Standards Hallmark signifying very
high quality products and exceptional
Kryton products in India have
been reviewed and tested by:
Engineers India Limited
Shriram Institute for
Bureau of Indian
CEO, Kryton India
The Bodhi Group is a legal process outsourcing firm with
offices all over the world. Bodhi tasked Clover Realty
with the design and build of their new tower in the plush
Salisbury Park area of Pune. After construction Clover
Realty encountered massive leaks in the second level
basement of their prestigious project. Clover called on
Kryton’s team to find a solution.
The Civil Services Apartments are
government funded project, located in the capital
of the country. The prestigious project was executed by the National
Building Construction Corporation Ltd. (NBCC). The project includes two high rise
towers; one tower has a one-level basement and the other a two-level basement.
Both tower basements, totaling 3600 sq. m (39,000 sq. ft.), were waterproofed with
Kryton’s Krystol T1 Waterproofing System. The raft slab was waterproofed using
a dry-shake method and the walls were coated using the brush-on method. The
complete project was made watertight in 2011 and has been dry ever since. The
project team was very happy with the Kryton products and this success has paved
the way for future work with NBCC.
During Kryton’s site visit they discovered that the
traditional waterproofing methods used during
construction had failed, leaving the site susceptible to
leaks. Kryton proposed the Krystol T1 & T2 Waterproofing
System to waterproof the new basement.
A test of the T1 & T2 System was done on the area with
the greatest leaks. The test was a success and Clover
engaged Kryton’s local applicator to waterproof the entire
second level basement. The basement is now dusty dry.
The Optus Sarovar Premiere hotel
is a business hotel located in the
heart of the commercial district
in Gurgaon. The property features
80 rooms and luxury amenities geared to the business
traveler. The hotel also features a rooftop pool with a view, waterproofing
of the rooftop pool sitting above the deluxe rooms, restaurants and other amenities
was a major concern. The construction team used Kryton’s Krystol Internal Membrane
(KIM) concrete waterproofing admixture to waterproof the rooftop pool. The project
was a success and earned Kryton their second project with the Optus team on
another hotel, this time located in Delhi.
Shanta Sriram Tech Park,
Designed by Zaki & Taqui Associates,
Shanta Sriram Tech Park is located in the
The Vottigedda Reservoir is located 175 KM from the
software hub - Gachibowli in Hyderabad.
populous city of Vishakhapatnam. Over the years the Andhra The building uses the latest materials and is finished
Pradesh Irrigation Department has used Kryton and Kryton
to compliment the contemporary architectural style. Construction was
products for repairs to the reservoir. When another round
carried out by the in-house construction company, of Shanta Sriram Group.
of repairs was needed on the reservoir Kryton was again
selected based on the past success they have had with our The building sits adjacent to a running stream and the water table is quite high in
the area, the construction team needed a waterproofing solution that could standup to the high hydrostatic pressure while also upholding the buildings green build
The project was awarded during peak monsoon season
standards. Kryton’s concrete waterproofing products were selected to waterproof
once the water fell below the danger level, contractor
the three-level basement of the building because they are proven to stand up to high
Siddhardha Construction Pvt. was able to get into the
hydrostatic pressure and they offer many green benefits including no VOCs. Kryton’s
reservoir and address the repair work. Kryton’s Krystol
Krystol Internal Membrane (KIM) Concrete Waterproofing Admixture was added to
Internal Membrane (KIM) and Krystol Bari-Cote (a fastthe concrete mix to waterproof the raft slab. Kryton’s Krystol Waterstop Joint System
setting waterproof grout for leaking cracks, holes and joints) and Krystol T1 Surface-Applied system were used on the joints and retaining wall to
were used to repair the reservoir. The reservoir is now leak- completely tank the three levels of basement.
free and providing safe, valuable water to the region.
By: Anandita Kakkar, DGM - Marketing & Advertising
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