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Ag-Chem Equipment
Founded 1963
Founder(s) Al McQuinn
Defunct 2001
Headquarters Jackson, Minnesota, United States
Products Agricultural equipment
Self-propelled sprayers

Ag-Chem Equipment Company was a manufacturer of nutrient and pesticide application equipment that was founded in Jackson, Minnesota USA. It was sold to AGCO Corporation in 2001.

HistoryEdit

After receiving his bachelor's degree from the University of Missouri in 1954, Al McQuinn, the founder of Ag-Chem Equipment Co., served in the Army until 1957. Upon his departure from the armed forces, he went to work for Federal Chemical Company which sold row crop sprayers.[1] These sprayers and others like it didn't do a very good job of applying product. The solubles in the product would often settle in the solution which led to inconsistent, watered-down applications and unhappy customers.

In 1963, McQuinn set out to find a "solution for his solution". He developed a sparger agitator, a device which recirculates liquid product to keep the solubles suspended in their solution until they are applied, in a garage in Jackson, Minnesota.[2] Ag-Chem Equipment Co., Inc. was born.

Advancements in fertilizer and farm chemical technology in the 1970s paved the way for more intense production agriculture in the United States. New fertility management practices, more acres in production, and the need for less soil compaction drove Ag-Chem's application equipment to larger capacity and higher flotation machines.[3] In 1974, the company made its first acquisition by purchasing Ag-Tec, Inc. AgTec, Inc., a former subsidiary of Stokely-Van Camp, manufactured spray application equipment used in orchards, gardens, groves, and vineyards.[4]

In 1980, Ag-Chem first appeared in "The Corporate Report 100", an annual ranking of Minnesota's largest publicly traded companies. In the same year the first international equipment sale was completed. Newly developed pneumatic dry spreaders required greater horsepower and efficiency and brought about the development of the 1800 and 1900 series TerraGators. The United States farm economy was severely depressed from 1981 to 1986. Major U.S. manufacturers were faced with consolidations, takeovers by foreign companies, and the elimination of established product lines. Ag-Chem continued to dominate its markets in 1981 is spite of deteriorating economic conditions. Rickel Manufacturing Co., a company founded by Ed Rickel and known for their "Terra Tires" and Big-A® product line, was acquired by Ag-Chem™ in 1983, and one year later Ag-Chem™'s first four-wheel flotation unit for agricultural use, the TerraGator 1664, was introduced

Ag-Chem lost money in 1985 and 1986. Its locally traded over-the-counter stock sold for pennies a share. In 1987, the company closed its Salina, Kansas, plant and consolidated production in Jackson: total company assets were reduced from $21.9 million to $11.6 million. According to the company, its cost cutting programs and the loyalty of employees and suppliers helped Ag-Chem survive the period.[4]

In 1991, Ag-Chem purchased Benson, Minnesota-based LorAl Products, Inc. and a 60% of Soil Teq, Inc.'s holdings. Soil Teq, Inc. developed the patented SOILECTION® process which was a pioneer in the variable-rate application of fertilizers and pesticides. The acquisition of both assets furthered the company's earnest site-specific efforts to refine the concept of variable-rate application into a practical set of high-tech tools.[3]

Conservation tillage in the 1990s required adaptation of new chemical and fertilizer application technologies for post-emergent weed control. Ag-Chem responded by bringing the RoGator® 664 to market in 1993. Agriculture professionals recognized the potential of site-specific resource management from an agronomic perspective as well as the economic and environmental benefits. In 1995, Ag-Chem purchased the remaining 40% interest in Soil Teq, Inc. and continued to develop a comprehensive "total package". Expanded offerings included continually updated mapping software, variable-rate product controllers, and variable-rate application systems.[3]

In 2001, the company was purchased by AGCO Corporation.[5] The acquisition was beneficial to both parties as Ag-Chem now had larger funding, engineering, and distribution tools at its disposal, and AGCO gained a solid foothold in the self-propelled application market among the other major Ag equipment manufacturers.

Machine ModelsEdit

First Self-Propelled SprayerEdit

Ag-Gator 404SP

Ag-Gator 404SP

The first self-propelled Ag-Chem sprayer was developed in 1967 and was called the Ag-Gator 404SP. This front wheel driven model featured a gasoline-powered, 61 horsepower Wisconsin brand engine, a stainless-steel 440 gallon product tank, and a 40' boom width. It was mass-produced between 1969 and 1971.

Model Engine Type Engine HP Transmission MFG Transmission Type Transmission # of Gears Axle MFG Axle Type Application System Type Years Produced
Ag-Gator 404SP Wisconsin Motors (Gas) 154in3 61 hp (45 kW) Borg-Warner Syncromesh 4 Speed Rockwell Std. H-140 Liquid 1969–1971
Ag-Gator 504SP Wisconsin Motors (Gas) 154in3 61 hp (45 kW) Borg-Warner Syncromesh 4 Speed Rockwell Std. H-140 Liquid 1970–1975
Ag-Gator 754 Ford (Gas) 204in3 Unknown Borg-Warner Syncromesh 4 Speed Rockwell Std. H-140 Liquid 1972–1976

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First Flotation ApplicatorEdit

The first flotation type applicator produced by Ag-Chem was the Ag-Gator 804. This model was also the first design to allow the operator to apply either a liquid or a dry product. This model featured front wheel drive and an optional 150HP gasoline powered or 155HP diesel power plant.

Beginning with the 1253, Ag-Chem elected to change the model name from Ag-Gator to TerraGator which is still in use today. In all models succeeding the 1253, the last digit represents the number of wheels on the chassis.

TerraGator Flotation Type Applicators

TerraGator Model Engine Type Engine HP Transmission MFG Transmission Type Transmission # of Gears Axle MFG Axle Type Application System Types Year(s) Produced
004 Cummins V504 (Diesel) 189 hp (141 kW) Funk 2000 Powershift 6 FWD and 3 REV Speeds John Deere AN22 Liquid, Dry Spinner, Liquid Manure Applicator, Dry Manure Spreader 1984–1998
004 Cummins 6CTA 8.3L (Diesel) 250 hp (190 kW) Fuller RT-6610 w/ Columbia Transfer case 4 Speed with #4 locked out (3 Speed config.) John Deere AN22 Liquid, Dry Spinner, Liquid Manure Applicator, Dry Manure Spreader 1984–1998
Ag-Gator 804 Ford (Gas) 330in3 OR Cummins (Diesel) 348in3 150 hp (110 kW) (Gas)
155 hp (116 kW) (Diesel)
Borg-Warner Syncromesh 4 Speed Eaton 2-Speed 16221 or 17221 Liquid or Dry Spinner 1973–1976
1004 Cummins V378-C155 V6 (Diesel) 149 hp (111 kW) Fuller (Manual) Allison (Automatic) RT-610, RT-6610 (Fuller) or MT643 (Allison) 4 Speed with #4 locked out (3 Speed config.) John Deere AN22 Liquid, Dry Spinner, Liquid Manure Applicator, Dry Manure Spreader 1976–1987
1004 Cummins V504 V8 (Diesel) 195 hp (145 kW) Fuller (Manual) Allison (Automatic) RT-610, RT-6610 (Fuller) or MT643 (Allison) 4 Speed John Deere AN22 Liquid, Dry Spinner, Liquid Manure Applicator, Dry Manure Spreader 1976–1987
1253 IHC V8 Unknown Fuller (Manual) RT-610 or RTO-610 4 Speed John Deere AN52 1250 or 1500 US Gallon Liquid or Dry Spinner 1973–1979
1253 Cummins (Diesel) V504 or V555 195 hp (145 kW)
215 hp (160 kW)
Allison (Automatic) MT643 4 Speed John Deere AN52 1250 or 1500 US Gallon Liquid or Dry Spinner 1973–1979
1253 Caterpillar 3160 (Diesel) 210 hp (160 kW) Spicer (Automatic) 7041 4 Speed with #4 locked out (3 Speed config.) John Deere AN52 1250 or 1500 US Gallon Liquid or Dry Spinner 1973–1979
1253 Caterpillar 3208 (Diesel) 210 hp (160 kW) Allison (Auxiliary) MT643 4 Speed John Deere AN52 1250 or 1500 US Gallon Liquid or Dry Spinner 1973–1979
1603 Cummins V555 Natural or Turbo (Diesel) 215 hp (160 kW)
250 hp (190 kW)
Fuller (Manual), Allison (Auto), Spicer (Auto), Allison (Auxiliary) RTO-610 or RTO-6610 (Fuller), MT643 (Allison), 7041 (Spicer), MT643 (Allison Aux.) 4 speed except for Spicer which had 4th locked out (3 speed config.) John Deere AN53 Low Speed (Fuller), AN53 High Speed (Allison), Team Mate II (Spicer) Team Mate II AB (Allison Aux.) Liquid, Dry Spinner, Mechanical Dry, Pneumatic Dry 1979–1985
1603T Caterpillar 3208 Natural or Turbo (Diesel) 210 hp (160 kW)
250 hp (190 kW)
Fuller (Manual), Allison (Auto), Spicer (Auto), Allison (Auxiliary) RTO-610 or RTO-6610 (Fuller), MT643 (Allison), 7041 (Spicer), MT643 (Allison Aux.) 4 speed except for Spicer which had 4th locked out (3 speed config.) John Deere AN53 Low Speed (Fuller), AN53 High Speed (Allison), Team Mate II (Spicer) Team Mate II AB (Allison Aux.) Liquid, Dry Spinner, Mechanical Dry, Pneumatic Dry 1986–1999
1604
1664 Cummins V555 Big Cam, Turbocharged (Diesel) 250 hp (190 kW) Fuller (Manual) or Allison (Auto) RTO-6610, 2-A-92 series (Fuller), MT643, or MT643 Auto (Allison) 4 Speed Eaton (Front) and Rockwell (Rear) Tubular Beam, Outboard Planetary 1550 gal liquid, Dry spinner, Mechanical boom, Pneumatic boom, industrial systems 1984–1985
1664T Caterpillar 3208 (Diesel) 250 hp (190 kW) Fuller (Manual) or Allison (Auto) RTO-6610, 2-A-92 series (Fuller), MT643, or MT643 Auto (Allison) 4 Speed Eaton (Front) and Rockwell (Rear) Tubular Beam, Outboard Planetary 1550 gal liquid, Dry spinner, Mechanical boom, Pneumatic boom, industrial systems 1986–1992
1703 Cummins 6CTA (Diesel) 250 hp (190 kW) Fuller (Manual) or Allison (Auto or Manual) 7041 (Fuller), or MT 643 (Allison), or MT 643 Auto (Allison) 4 Speed John Deere AN53 High Speed, Team Mate II or Team Mate II AB 1550 gal or 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner 1990–1996
1803 Cummins 6CTA, Caterpillar 3208, or John Deere 6081 (Diesel) 275 hp (205 kW) or 300 hp (220 kW) (Cummins)
275 hp (205 kW), 295 hp (220 kW) or 300 hp (220 kW) (CAT)
300 hp (220 kW) (JD)
Fuller (Manual or Torq-Boost), Allison (Auto), Spicer (Manual), or Funk (TerraShift) RTLO-14618A or RTLO-9118 AMT (Fuller), MT643 or World MD-3060P (Allison), 7041 4 speed or 7041 3 speed (Spicer), Funk Powershift 4 Speed (Fuller, Allison, and Spicer) 3 Speed (Spicer #2), 11 Speed (Funk) John Deere AN53 Low Speed (Fuller), AN53 High Speed (Allison), Team Mate II (Spicer) Team Mate II AB (Funk) 1550 gal or 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, Pneumatic Dry 1989–1997
1804 Cummins 6CTA (Diesel) 275 hp (205 kW) Fuller (Manual), Spicer (Manual), or Allison (Manual or Auto) 7041 (Fuller), or RTO-15619 (Spicer) or MT 643 (Allison), or MT 643 Auto (Allison) 4 Speed Eaton (Front) and Rockwell (Rear) Tubular Beam, Outboard Planetary 1550 or 1800 gal. Liquid, Dry spinner, Mechanical boom, Pneumatic boom, Waste 2000 gal P.V., or Dry Manure Spreader 1990–1993
1844 Cummins 6CTA Natural or Turbo, John Deere 6081, Caterpillar 3208 (Diesel) 275 hp (205 kW) or 300 hp (220 kW) (Cummins)
300 hp (220 kW) (JD)
275 hp (205 kW), 295 hp (220 kW) or 300 hp (220 kW) (CAT)
Fuller, Allison, Funk, or Spicer RTLO-14618A or RTLO-9118 AMT (Fuller), MT643 or World MD-3060P (Allison), TerraShift (Funk), 7041 4 speed or World MD-3060P (Spicer) Multiple Speeds Eaton (Front) and Rockwell (Rear) Tubular Beam, Outboard Planetary Liquid, Dry Spinner, Pneumatic Dry 1993–1998
1903 Cummins L10 (Diesel) 250 hp (190 kW) Fuller (Manual) Torq-Boost 18 Speed Rockwell Outboard Planetary 2000 gal liquid, Dry Spinner, Pneumatic Dry 1991–1994
1903 Caterpillar 3176 (Diesel) 400 hp (300 kW) Fuller (Manual) Torq-Boost 18 Speed Rockwell Outboard Planetary 2000 gal liquid, Dry Spinner, Pneumatic Dry 1995–1999
2004 Cummins 6BTA 5.9L (Diesel) 192 hp (143 kW) Fuller (Manual) Allison (Automatic) RT-610, RT-6610 (Fuller) or MT643 (Allison) 4 Speed John Deere AN22 Liquid, Dry Spinner, Liquid Manure Applicator, Dry Manure Spreader 1981–1992
2104 325 hp (242 kW)
2204 Cummins 6CTA (Diesel) 240 hp (180 kW) Fuller (Manual) RT-6610 4 Speed John Deere Team Mate II 1200 Series Liquid Slurry w/ Toolbar, Dry Manure Spreader, Industrial Systems 1992–1997
2505 Cummins V903 (Diesel) 350 hp (260 kW) Spicer or Fuller SST-10 or RT-910, RT-1110, RT-11610 4 Speed Rockwell Outboard Planetary reduction, lockable inter-axle 2800 gal liquid, Anhydrous ammonia, or 4000 gal PV sludge 1976–1989
2505 Cummins L10 (Diesel 350 hp (260 kW) Fuller RTO-15618, RTLO-14618A w/o RPTO, RTLO-14618B w/ RPTO 4 Speed Rockwell Outboard Planetary reduction, lockable inter-axle 2800 gal liquid, Anhydrous ammonia, or 4000 gal PV sludge 1990–1994
2505 Detroit Diesel V8-92TA (Diesel) 425 hp (317 kW) Fuller RTO-15618, RTLO-14618B 4 Speed with #4 locked out (3 Speed config.) Rockwell Outboard Planetary reduction, lockable inter-axle 2800 gal liquid, Anhydrous ammonia, or 4000 gal PV sludge 1995
2505 Caterpillar 3176 (Diesel) 400 hp (300 kW) Fuller RTLO-14618B 4 Speed Rockwell Outboard Planetary reduction, lockable inter-axle 2800 gal liquid, Anhydrous ammonia, or 4000 gal PV sludge 1996–1999
3004 Cummins V555 or V903 (Diesel) 230 hp (170 kW)
295 hp (220 kW)
Fuller (Manual) or Allison (Automatic) RT-6610 (Fuller) or MT654R (Allison) 4 Speed Rockwell T-226-F Industrial Applications 1980–1985
3104 John Deere 6081H 8.1L (Diesel) 300 hp (220 kW) Funk (Power Shift) TerraShift 11 Speed John Deere Team Mate II AB 1400 Series 3400-gallon NMS, 3100-gallon PV, Side-discharge manure spreader 1998–2007
3244 Caterpillar C-13 (Diesel) 425 hp (317 kW) Caterpillar (Power Shift) TA-22 16 Speed AxleTech PRC 2715, ratio 17.41:1 1800 or 2400 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Precision or Air Max Precision2, Air Spreader Single Bin, Twin Bin, or Four Bin 2008–2010
4104 John Deere 6081H 8.1L (Diesel) 300 hp (220 kW) Funk (Power Shift) TerraShift 11 Speed John Deere Team Mate II 1400 Series Sweda 3400-gallon NMS, 3100-gallon PV, Side-discharge manure spreader 2001–2006
6103 John Deere 6081H 8.1L (Diesel) 275 hp (205 kW) Funk (Power Shift) TerraShift 11 Speed John Deere Team Mate II AB 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner 2000–2006
6203 Caterpillar C-9 (Diesel) 315 hp (235 kW) Funk (Power Shift) TerraShift 11 Speed AxleTech PRC 2715, ratio 16.65:1 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Pneumatic Dry 2007–2010
6303 AGCO Sisu Diesel 8.4L 411 hp (306 kW) AGCO (CVT) ML-260 Infinite AxleTech PRC 2715, ratio 17.55:1 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Pneumatic Dry 2011
7300 AGCO Sisu Diesel 8.4L 330 hp (250 kW)
8103 John Deere 6081H 8.1L (Diesel) 300 hp (220 kW) Funk (Power Shift) TerraShift 11 Speed John Deere Team Mate II AB 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, Pneumatic Dry 1998–2006
8104 John Deere 6081H 8.1L (Diesel) 300 hp (220 kW) Funk (Power Shift) TerraShift 11 Speed Eaton (Front) and Rockwell (Rear) Tubular Beam, Outboard Planetary 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, Pneumatic Dry 1999–2006
8133
8144 John Deere 6081H 8.1L (Diesel) 300 hp (220 kW) Funk (Power Shift) TerraShift 11 Speed Fabco (Front) and Rockwell (Rear) Steerable-double reduction, Outboard Planetary 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, Pneumatic Dry 1999–2006
8203 Caterpillar C-9 (Diesel) 330 hp (250 kW) Funk (Power Shift) TerraShift 11 Speed AxleTech PRC 2715, ratio 16.65:1 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Pneumatic Dry, Air Spreader Single Bin, Air Spreader Twin Bin 2007–2010
8204 Caterpillar C-9 (Diesel) 330 hp (250 kW) Funk (Power Shift) TerraShift 11 Speed Eaton (Front) and AxleTech (Rear) Tubular Beam, PRC 2715, ratio 14.04:1 or 15.6:1 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Pneumatic Dry, Air Spreader Single Bin, Air Spreader Twin Bin 2007–2011
8244 Caterpillar C-9 (Diesel) 330 hp (250 kW) Funk (Power Shift) TerraShift 11 Speed Eaton (Front) and AxleTech (Rear) Tubular Beam, PRC 2715, ratio 14.04:1 or 15.6:1 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Pneumatic Dry, Air Spreader Single Bin, Air Spreader Twin Bin 2007–2008, 2010–2011
8300 AGCO Power 365 hp (272 kW)
8303 AGCO Sisu Diesel 8.4L 330 hp (250 kW) AGCO (CVT) ML-260 Infinite AxleTech PRC 2715, ratio 17.55:1 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Pneumatic Dry, Air Spreader Single Bin, Air Spreader Twin Bin 2011
8304 AGCO Sisu Diesel 8.4L 330 hp (250 kW) AGCO (CVT) ML-260 w/ DropBox Infinite AxleTech PRC 2715, 14.8:1 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Pneumatic Dry, Air Spreader Single Bin, Air Spreader Twin Bin 2011
8333 AGCO Power
9103 Cat 3176C 10.3L (Diesel) 400 hp (300 kW) Fuller (Power Shift w/ Torque Converter) RTLO-14618A 18 Speed Rockwell Outboard Planetary 2400 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, Pneumatic Dry 2000–2006
9105 Cat 3176C 10.3L (Diesel) 400 hp (300 kW) Fuller (Power Shift w/ Torque Converter) RTLO-14618B (Road Ranger) 18 Speed Rockwell Outboard Planetary 2400 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, Pneumatic Dry 2000–2006
9203 Caterpillar C-13 (Diesel) 425 hp (317 kW) Caterpillar (Power Shift) TA-22 16 Speed AxleTech PRC 2715, ratio 17.41:1 1800 or 2400 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Precision or Air Max Precision2, Air Spreader Single Bin, Twin Bin, or Four Bin 2007–2011
9205 Caterpillar C-13 (Diesel) 425 hp (317 kW) Caterpillar (Power Shift) TA-22 16 Speed AxleTech PRC 2715, ratio 17.41:1 1800 or 2400 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Precision or Air Max Precision2, Air Spreader Single Bin, Twin Bin, or Four Bin 2007–2011
TG7300 AGCO POWER Tier 4i Diesel 8.4L 330 hp (250 kW) AGCO (CVT) ML-260 Infinite AxleTech PRC 2715, ratio 17.55:1 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Pneumatic Dry 2012–Present
TG8300 AGCO POWER Tier 4i Diesel 8.4L 365 hp (272 kW) AGCO (CVT) ML-260 Infinite AxleTech PRC 2715, ratio 17.55:1 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Pneumatic Dry, Air Spreader Single Bin, Air Spreader Twin Bin 2012–Present
TG8400 AGCO POWER Tier 4i Diesel 8.4L 365 hp (272 kW) AGCO (CVT) ML-260 w/ DropBox Infinite AxleTech PRC 2715, ratio 14.8:1 1800 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Pneumatic Dry, Air Spreader Single Bin, Air Spreader Twin Bin 2012–Present
TG9300 Caterpillar C-13 Tier 3 (Diesel) 425 hp (317 kW) Caterpillar (Power Shift) TA-22 16 Speed AxleTech PRC 2715, ratio 17.41:1 1800 or 2400 gal Liquid, Dry Spinner, AirMax Precision or Air Max Precision2, Air Spreader Single Bin, Twin Bin, or Four Bin 2012–Present
TG9300B AGCO Power 425 hp (317 kW)

RoGatorEdit

In the 1990s, Ag-Chem saw an emerging market for a self-propelled row-crop sprayer. Ag-Chem's answer was the RoGator. The first RoGator was the model 664.

Current RoGator Type Applicators

RoGator Model Engine Type Engine HP Transmission MFG System Options Booms Options Wheel Tread Spacing
RG900 AGCO Power Tier 4i Diesel 8.4L 280 hp (210 kW) Sauer Danfoss Hydrostatic 900 Gal / 180AirMax / New Leader 90 ft (27.3m) / 100 ft 30.5m) / 120 ft (36.6m) / 60 ft (18.3) -AirMax 120in-152in (3.05m-3.86m)
RG1100 AGCO Power Tier 4i Diesel 8.4L 311 hp (232 kW) Sauer Danfoss Hydrostatic 1100 Gal / 180AirMax / New Leader 90 ft (27.3m) / 100 ft (30.5m) / 120 ft (36.6m) / 60 ft (18.3) -AirMax 120in-152in (3.05m-3.86m)
RG1300 AGCO Power Tier 4i Diesel 8.4L 339 hp (253 kW) Bosch Rexroth Hydrostatic 1300 Gal / 180AirMax / New Leader 90 ft (27.3m) / 100 ft (30.5m) / 120 ft (36.6m) / 60 ft (18.3) -AirMax 120in-152in (3.05m-3.86m)

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See alsoEdit

References Edit

  1. "2008 Distinguished Service Award: Al McQuinn". CAFNR, University of Missouri. Retrieved on 31 October 2012.
  2. Thompson, Kate (24 June 2001). "Ag-Chem grows". Retrieved on 31 October 2012. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Timeline photo found at AGCO Jackson Manufacturing Facility
  4. 4.0 4.1 "TrucksPlanet - Ag-Chem". Ag-Chem. TrucksPlanet. Retrieved on 30 November 2012.
  5. "AGCO Company History". AGCO Corporation. Retrieved on 30 November 2012.

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