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United States Patent Application 20170029188
Kind Code A1
DA SILVA; Edilberto Acacio February 2, 2017

STRUCTURAL ARRANGEMENT APPLIED TO PACKAGING

Abstract

The present description relates to a structural arrangement applied to packaging, in particular plastic, paper, cardboard, aluminum and glass packaging, especially for disposable packaging for ketchup, vinegar, oils, perfumes, soap, honey, butter, detergent, lotions, gel and toothpaste, or packaging for any other powder, liquid, cream, etc. product, that achieves highly advantageous practical, safe and functional results. It is to be used in the packaging sector. The packaging comprises a hermetically sealed body (1) with a small tear (2) in the upper face, close to the extremity, that forms a detachable body (3) with a small flap (4) that, when pulled upwards, opens and detaches the detachable body (3), which has a detachable lower face, enabling the packed product to be accessed via the channel (5).


Inventors: DA SILVA; Edilberto Acacio; (Ribeirao Preto, BR)
Applicant:
Name City State Country Type

DA SILVA; Edilberto Acacio

Ribeirao Preto

BR
Family ID: 1000002236363
Appl. No.: 15/301878
Filed: June 24, 2014
PCT Filed: June 24, 2014
PCT NO: PCT/BR2014/000207
371 Date: October 4, 2016


Current U.S. Class: 1/1
Current CPC Class: B65D 75/5844 20130101; B65D 85/72 20130101; B65D 85/74 20130101; B65D 75/5838 20130101
International Class: B65D 75/58 20060101 B65D075/58; B65D 85/72 20060101 B65D085/72; B65D 85/74 20060101 B65D085/74

Foreign Application Data

DateCodeApplication Number
Apr 4, 2014BR202014008158-0

Claims



1. A structural arrangement applied to packaging, characterized by comprising a hermetically sealed body (1), provided in the upper face thereof with a small tear (2), close to the end, that forms a detachable body (3) provided with a small flap (4) that, when pulled upward, opens and detaches the detachable body (3) whose lower face is detachable, thus making it possible to access the packed product through a channel (5).

2. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the detachable body (3) is positioned in the central region, in a first constructive variant.

3. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the detachable body (3) is provided with a small flap (4) that, when pulled upward, opens and detaches the detachable body (3), in a second constructive variant.

4. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the detachable body (3) is "L"-shaped and provided with a horizontal extension (6) that makes it easy to handle same and makes it possible to detach the body (3) when pulled aside, in a third constructive variant.

5. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the detachable body (3) is provided with a vertical extension (6) that makes it easy to handle same and makes it possible to detach the body (3) when pulled upward, in a fourth constructive variant.

6. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the body (1) is provided with a round face (7) and the detachable body (3) is positioned in the central region, in a fifth constructive variant.

7. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the detachable body (3) is trapezoidal and whose lower face can be detached diagonally in a sixth constructive variant.

8. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the detachable body (3) is provided with triangular flaps (8; 8') on both faces and whose side can be detached diagonally, in a seventh constructive variant.

9. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the detachable body (3) is triangular, provided with half-spherical ribs (9), whose internal face (10) is curved and provided in the center and diagonally with a tubular canal (11) that makes it possible to access the packed product when disrupted, in an eighth constructive variant.

10. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the detachable body (3) is a semicircle positioned aside close to the upper vertex and provided with semi-spherical ribs (9), whose inner face (10) is curved and provided in the center and horizontally with a tubular channel (11) that makes it possible to access the packed product when disrupted, in a ninth constructive variant.

11. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the channel (5) is a tubular channel (11), in a tenth constructive variant.

12. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the packaging comprises a rigid plastic body (20) provided with a plastic or aluminum closure (21), provided on the upper face thereof with a detachable "U"-shaped peripheral strap (22), provided in the ends thereof with small flaps (23) that, when pulled upward, detach the peripheral strap (22), thus allowing the central closure to be raised by the flap (24), in an eleventh constructive variant.

13. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the flap of the rigid plastic body (20), in the center and aside the base of the detachable "U"-shaped peripheral strap (22), comprises a semicircular body (25) provided with semi-spherical ribs (26), whose inner face (27) is curved and provided in the center and perpendicularly with a detachable extension (28) that is attached to said detachable strap (22), thus allowing same to be detached and the closing central closure to be raised by the flap (24), in a twelfth constructive variant.

14. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the semicircular body (25) is attached to the detachable "U"-shaped peripheral strap (22), that can only be detached in the external perimeter, thus allowing the body (25) itself to raise the closure (21) in the central portion, in a thirteenth constructive variant.

15. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the body (25) is positioned at the corner of the flap of the rigid plastic body (20), thus being coincidental with one of the corners of the detachable "U"-shaped peripheral strap (22), and can only be detached in the external perimeter, thus allowing the body (25) itself to raise the closure (21) in the central portion, in a fourteenth constructive variant.

16. The structural arrangement applied to packaging according to claim 1, characterized in that the detachable "U"-shaped peripheral strap (22) can only be detached by the external perimeter and the central portion of the closing (21) can only be raised by the flap (24), in a fifteenth constructive variant.
Description



[0001] The present utility model specification is directed to a structural arrangement applied to packaging, more particularly plastic, paper, cardboard, aluminum, glass packaging, mainly for disposable packaging of ketchup, vinegar, oils, perfumes, soap, honey, butter, detergent, creams, gel, toothpaste or for packaging any other powder, liquid, creamy products, and the like, that may bring forth highly advantageous practical, safe and functional results.

FIELD OF APPLICATION

[0002] The present field of application is generally the packaging field.

STATE OF THE ART

[0003] As a parameter in the marketplace, we have traditional packaging such as the sachets for conditioning vinegar, sauces, olive oil, several oils, mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard, and the like. However, all of such sachet type packaging are not practical when the user has to open same and access the packed product, mainly at night or if he/she has any visual disability. One usually spends a long time to find the "probable" opening spot and finally finishes the task by using his/her teeth, a knife, a blade or scissors after getting literally "smeared" with the product to be extracted from the sachet. In spite of that, when the user bites the sachet he/she may break a tooth or a dental filling, as has already occurred with several users, thus being exposed to a number of bacteria.

[0004] It should be pointed out that a local law that obliges bars, snack houses and restaurants to use scissors for opening sachets is now effective in the city of Cachoeiro do Itapemirim-ES.

[0005] The law project was voted and approved by the Chamber of Councilmen of Cachoeiro do Itapemirim, in the Southern part of the State of Espirito Santo.

[0006] Nowadays a couple of tools for opening sachets can be found in the market. One of the tools is a sachet piercing device made of acrylic and the other one is a box provided with blades for cutting sachets. However, such objects are not hygienic and accumulate debris, since they touch both the external and internal portions of the container at the same time, thus infecting the product with bacteria, besides the source of bacteria from the product that are stuck to the piercing or cutting device itself. Further, the user cannot always have the blade box or the piercing device in his/her car, at the beach or across the field, since it is not practical to carry such devices in the pocket.

DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0007] After a number of studies and research aiming to solve the above mentioned problems and inconveniences, a structural arrangement applied to packaging was developed, which arrangement is already provided in the factory with several options to access the packed product, without the need to wipe any trace of contamination or use devices for opening the sachet or pack.

[0008] As can be seen, the object of the present application is to attain functionality and practicability when opening any packaging such as boxes, containers, sachets, and the like. The sealing provided in the orifice is visible not only because of the color, but also a small rib/protuberance or semi-spherical ribs that identify the pulling part precisely, so that the seal shall be removed immediately and a user may access the product inside the packaging without having to touch or contact the packed product that will then be used in a clean, safe and hygienic way. The rib/protuberance or small semi-spherical ribs can be used and applied in order to make it easy for the user to access the product, in any other opening system in sachets disclosed in this application and/or any other packaging of different patterns and materials, including milk, dairy cream, tomato sauce/pulp, juice, oil, perfume, cream containers, and the like.

[0009] It is comprised of a basic pattern and fifteen constructive variants.

[0010] In order to have a clear visualization of the novel structural arrangement applied to packaging, the accompanying drawings are given below, wherein references are made in order to better elucidate the detailed description below:

[0011] FIG. 1 represents the perspective view of the novel structural arrangement applied to packaging, particularly applied to a basic sachet pattern;

[0012] FIG. 2 represents the upper view of the basic sachet pattern;

[0013] FIG. 3 represents the front view of the basic sachet pattern;

[0014] FIG. 4 represents the back view of the basic sachet pattern;

[0015] FIG. 5 represents the left side view of the basic sachet pattern;

[0016] FIG. 6 represents the right side view of the basic sachet pattern;

[0017] FIGS. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 represent the opening sequence of the basic sachet pattern;

[0018] FIG. 13 represents the perspective view of the first constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0019] FIG. 14 represents the upper view of the first constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0020] FIG. 15 represents the front view of the first constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0021] FIG. 16 represents the back view of the first constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0022] FIG. 17 represents the left side view of the first constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0023] FIG. 18 represents the right side view of the first constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0024] FIGS. 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 represent the opening sequence of the first constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0025] FIG. 24 represents the perspective view of the second constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0026] FIG. 25 represents the upper view of the second constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0027] FIG. 26 represents the front view of the second constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0028] FIG. 27 represents the back view of the second constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0029] FIG. 28 represents the left side view of the second constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0030] FIG. 29 represents the right side view of the second constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0031] FIGS. 30, 31, 32 and 33 represent the opening sequence of the second constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0032] FIG. 34 represents the perspective view of the third constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0033] FIG. 35 represents the upper view of the third constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0034] FIG. 36 represents the front view of the third constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0035] FIG. 37 represents the back view of the third constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0036] FIG. 38 represents the left side view of the third constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0037] FIG. 39 represents the right side view of the third constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0038] FIGS. 40, 41, 42, 43 and 44 represent the opening sequence of the third constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0039] FIG. 45 represents the perspective view of the fourth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0040] FIG. 46 represents the upper view of the fourth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0041] FIG. 47 represents the front view of the fourth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0042] FIG. 48 represents the back view of the fourth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0043] FIG. 49 represents the left side view of the fourth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0044] FIG. 50 represents the right side view of the fourth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0045] FIGS. 51, 52, 53, 54 and 55 represent the opening sequence of the fourth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0046] FIG. 56 represents the perspective view of the fifth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0047] FIG. 57 represents the upper view of the fifth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0048] FIG. 58 represents the front view of the fifth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0049] FIG. 59 represents the back view of the fifth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0050] FIG. 60 represents the left side view of the fifth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0051] FIG. 61 represents the right side view of the fifth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0052] FIGS. 62, 63, 64, 65 and 66 represent the opening sequence of the fifth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0053] FIG. 67 represents the perspective view of the sixth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0054] FIG. 68 represents the upper view of the sixth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0055] FIG. 69 represents the front view of the sixth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0056] FIG. 70 represents the back view of the sixth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0057] FIG. 71 represents the left side view of the sixth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0058] FIG. 72 represents the right side view of the sixth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0059] FIGS. 73, 74, 75 and 76 represent the opening sequence of the sixth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0060] FIG. 77 represents the perspective view of the seventh constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0061] FIG. 78 represents the upper view of the seventh constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0062] FIG. 79 represents the front view of the seventh constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0063] FIG. 80 represents the back view of the seventh constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0064] FIG. 81 represents the left side view of the seventh constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0065] FIG. 82 represents the right side view of the seventh constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0066] FIGS. 83, 84, 85, 86 and 87 represent the opening sequence of the seventh constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0067] FIG. 88 represents the perspective view of the eighth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0068] FIG. 89 represents the upper view of the eighth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0069] FIG. 90 represents the front view of the eighth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0070] FIG. 91 represents the back view of the eighth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0071] FIG. 92 represents the right side view of the eighth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0072] FIG. 93 represents the left side view of the eighth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0073] FIGS. 94, 95, 96 and 97 represent the opening sequence of the eighth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0074] FIG. 98 represents the perspective view of the ninth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0075] FIG. 99 represents the upper view of the ninth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0076] FIG. 100 represents the front view of the ninth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0077] FIG. 101 represents the back view of the ninth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0078] FIG. 102 represents the right side view of the ninth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0079] FIG. 103 represents the left side view of the ninth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0080] FIGS. 104, 105 and 106 represent the opening sequence of the ninth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0081] FIG. 107 represents the perspective view of the tenth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0082] FIG. 108 represents the upper view of the tenth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0083] FIG. 109 represents the front view of the tenth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0084] FIG. 110 represents the back view of the tenth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0085] FIG. 111 represents the left side view of the tenth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0086] FIG. 112 represents the right side view of the tenth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0087] FIGS. 113 and 114 represent the opening sequence of the tenth constructive variant applied to a sachet;

[0088] FIG. 115 represents the perspective view of the eleventh constructive variant applied in plastic packaging with closing in plastic or aluminum;

[0089] FIG. 116 represents the side view showing the lid positioned upwards from the eleventh constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0090] FIG. 117 represents the side view showing the lid positioned downwards from the eleventh constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0091] FIG. 118 represents the upper view of the eleventh constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0092] FIG. 119 represents the lower view of the eleventh constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0093] FIG. 120 represents the front view of the eleventh constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0094] FIG. 121 represents the back view of the eleventh constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0095] FIGS. 122, 123, 124, 125, 126; 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136 137, 138 and 139 represent the opening sequence of the eleventh constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0096] FIG. 140 represents the perspective view of the twelfth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0097] FIG. 141 represents the side view showing the lid positioned upwards from the twelfth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0098] FIG. 142 represents the side view with the lid positioned downwards from the twelfth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0099] FIG. 143 represents the upper view of the twelfth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0100] FIG. 144 represents the lower view of the twelfth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0101] FIG. 145 represents the front view of the twelfth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0102] FIG. 146 represents the back view of the twelfth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0103] FIGS. 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161 and 162 represent the opening sequence of the twelfth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0104] FIG. 163 represents the perspective view of the thirteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0105] FIG. 164 represents the side view showing the lid positioned upwards from the thirteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0106] FIG. 165 represents the side view showing the lid positioned downwards from the thirteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0107] FIG. 166 represents the upper view of the thirteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0108] FIG. 167 represents the lower view of the thirteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0109] FIG. 168 represents the front view of the thirteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0110] FIG. 169 represents the back view of the thirteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0111] FIGS. 170, 171, 172 and 173 represent the opening sequence of the thirteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0112] FIG. 174 represents the perspective view of the fourteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0113] FIG. 175 represents the side view showing the lid positioned upwards from the fourteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0114] FIG. 176 represents the side view showing the lid positioned downwards from the fourteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging:

[0115] FIG. 177 represents the upper view of the fourteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0116] FIG. 178 represents the lower view of the fourteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0117] FIG. 179 represents the front view of the fourteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0118] FIG. 180 represents the back view of the fourteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0119] FIGS. 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187 and 188 represent the opening sequence of the fourteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0120] FIG. 189 represents the perspective view of the fifteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0121] FIG. 190 represents the side view showing the lid positioned upwards from the fifteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0122] FIG. 191 represents the side view showing the lid positioned downwards from the fifteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0123] FIG. 192 represents the upper view of the fifteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0124] FIG. 193 represents the lower view of the fifteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0125] FIG. 194 represents the front view of the fifteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0126] FIG. 195 represents the back view of the fifteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging;

[0127] FIGS. 196, 197, 198, 199, 200 and 201 represent the opening sequence of the fifteenth constructive variant applied to plastic packaging.

[0128] According to FIGS. 1 through 12, the structural arrangement applied to packaging comprises a hermetically sealed body (1), provided on the upper face thereof with a small tear (2) close to the end that forms a detachable body (3) provided with a small flap (4) that, when pulled upward, opens and detaches the detachable body (3) whose lower face can be detached, thus making it possible to access the packed product through a channel (5).

[0129] According to FIGS. 13 through 23, in a first constructive variant, the detachable body (3) is positioned in the central region.

[0130] According to FIGS. 24 through 33, in a second constructive variant, the detachable body (3) is provided with a small flap (4) that, when pulled aside, opens and detaches the detachable body (3). According to FIGS. 34 through 44, in a third constructive variant, the detachable body (3) is "L"-shaped and provided with a horizontal extension (6) that makes it easy to handle same and makes it possible to detach the body (3) when pulled aside.

[0131] According to FIGS. 45 through 55, in a fourth constructive variant, the detachable body (3) is provided with a vertical extension (6) that makes it easy to handle same and makes it possible to detach the body (3) when pulled upward.

[0132] According to FIGS. 56 through 66, in a fifth constructive variant, the body (1) is provided with a round face (7) and the detachable body (3) is positioned in the central region.

[0133] According to FIGS. 67 through 76, in a sixth constructive variant, the detachable body (3) is trapezoidal and its lower face can be detached diagonally.

[0134] According to FIGS. 77 through 87, in a seventh constructive variant, the detachable body (3) is provided with triangular flaps (8; 8') on both faces and its side can be detached diagonally.

[0135] According to FIGS. 88 through 97, in an eighth constructive variant, the detachable body (3) is triangular, provided with semi-spherical ribs (9), whose inner face (10) is curved and provided in the center and diagonally with a tubular channel (11) that makes it possible to access the packed product when disrupted.

[0136] According to FIGS. 98 through 106, in a ninth constructive variant, the detachable body (3) is a semicircle positioned aside close to the upper vertex and provided with semi-spherical ribs (9) whose inner face (10) is curved and provided in the center and horizontally with a tubular channel (11) that makes it possible to access the packed product when disrupted.

[0137] According to FIGS. 107 through 114, in a tenth constructive variant, the channel (5) is a tubular channel (11).

[0138] According to FIGS. 115 through 139, in an eleventh constructive variant, the packaging comprises a rigid plastic body (20) having a plastic or aluminum closure (21), provided on the upper face thereof with a detachable "U"-shaped peripheral strap (22) provided with small flaps (23) at the ends thereof, which flaps detach the peripheral strap (22) when pulled upward, thus allowing the central closure to be raised by the flap (24).

[0139] According to FIGS. 140 through 162, in a twelfth constructive variant, the flap of the rigid plastic body (20), in the center and aside the base of the detachable "U"-shaped peripheral strap (22), comprises a semi-circular body (25) provided with semi-spherical ribs (26) whose inner face (27) is curved and provided in the center and perpendicularly with a detachable extension (28) that is attached to said detachable strap (22), thus making it possible to detach same and allowing the central closure to be raised by the flap (24).

[0140] According to FIGS. 163 through 173, in a thirteenth constructive variant, the semicircular body (25) is attached to the detachable "U"-shaped peripheral strap (22) that can only be detached in the external perimeter, thus allowing the body (25) itself to raise the closure (21) in the central portion.

[0141] According to FIGS. 174 through 188, in a fourteenth constructive variant, the body (25) is positioned at the corner of the flap of the rigid plastic body (20), thus being coincidental with one of the corners of the detachable "U"-shaped peripheral strap (22), and can only be detached in the external perimeter, thus allowing the body (25) itself to raise the closure (21) in the central portion.

[0142] According to FIGS. 189 through 201, in a fifteenth constructive variant, the detachable "U"-shaped peripheral strap (22) can only be detached in the external perimeter and the central portion of the closure (21) is raised only by the flap (24).

[0143] As can be seen in the illustrations, the packaging is provided with a small "duct", "channel", "pipe", "conduct" or "passage" with several angles, shapes and diameters for the purpose of directing the "product" precisely in the right direction set out by the user, thus preventing the need or requirement of the consumer to tear the pack in several places and disperse the packed product as occurs with the old traditional sachet and/or other types of boxes and packaging that require scissors, knifes or teeth to open the container.

[0144] Therefore, the novel structural arrangement applied to packaging fully attains the proposed objects and fulfills the aimed functions in a practical efficient way, providing a series of advantages inherent to its applicability, thus being provided with both unique innovative characteristics and basic requirements of novelty necessary to provide the Utility Model protection.

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