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Magnesite Flooring Removal Sydney

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Our Magnesite Flooring Removal team is the most well-known team throughout Sydney to remove Magnesite Flooring. Our Dust-Free Magnesite Flooring Removal specialist team has over 35 years of experience and has completed tens of thousands of Magnesite Flooring Removal jobs.

Our Dust-Free Magnesite Flooring Removal team has been trained, licensed, insured, and equipped with all the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and the most high-end, latest-model demolition hammers, concrete grinders, and dust extractors from the most well-known brands to get the job done safer, faster and more efficiently than our competitors while still maintaining a better price!

Our team that specialises in Dust-Free Magnesite Flooring Removal will come to your property, do the Dust-Free Magnesite Flooring Removal, and then our team will Grind your concrete slab with our Dust-Free Concrete Grinder to remove any Magnesite residue. This will allow you to inspect your concrete slab for Concrete Cancer, which is also known as Concrete Spalling.

If no Concrete Cancer is found, you can proceed with the re-installation of a Floor Levelling agent. Before proceeding with installing a new flooring system without having to worry about the installation process failing.

At Dust-Free Magnesite Flooring Removal Sydney, we use high-powered commercial dust extractors connected directly to our commercial Concrete Grinders as well as a dust extraction system connected to our demolition hammers to achieve the highest quality results for our clients while Removing Magnesite Floors, maintaining the virtual Dust-Free environment*

We are Australia’s #1 Magnesite Flooring Removal company, we provide more information for our clients than any other website in the world regarding this subject. This page has EVERYTHING you need to know. We also have links to blog posts for further information.

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Is There Magnesite Flooring In Your Property?

If your home was built in the 1920s 1980s, likely, your home (Especially unit blocks in NSW) could potentially have Magnesite Flooring. Magnesite is present below a flooring system such as carpet. Magnesite is a product used as a noise preventative and a Floor Levelling agent.

Magnesite Flooring absorbs moisture (particularly in areas prone to moisture such as external walls, doorways, around shower recesses, near windows, laundries, etc.) Unfortunately, once Magnesite Flooring absorbs moisture, it starts a chemical reaction that will cause Concrete Cancer over long periods of time.

Because your Magnesite Flooring was laid 40 – 100 years ago, it has likely absorbed moisture over the many decades that it has been trapped under your flooring system, and it has most likely started to break down and lose its strength, making it an unsuitable Floor Levelling product that it once was, as well as very hollow, which destroys its soundproofing.

The best thing you can do to prevent further damage to your property and the concrete slab is to remove it ASAP. Magnesite Flooring consists of Magnesium Oxychloride, which may contain ASBESTOS.

Since it is a health hazard and a major safety risk in NSW, if you remove your flooring system and find out there is Magnesite under it.

YOU MUST remove your Magnesite Flooring for the safety of you and everyone else in your unit block.

Strata may pay to remove your Magnesite Flooring as it is considered “Common property”. Magnesite Flooring can cause Concrete Cancer, which is a major risk to everyone’s safety as well as the successful reinstallation of your new flooring system.

NO company will give you any form of warranty or insurance on any flooring installation job on a magnesite floor, which is another reason why it should always be removed.

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What Is Magnesite Flooring?

If your home was built in the 1920s 1980s, your home likely has Magnesite Flooring. Magnesite Flooring is a specialised cementitious product that is based on Magnesium Oxychloride (or Magnesium Oxysulphate) cement. The most common form involves the reaction between a Magnesium Chloride solution and Magnesium Hydroxide powder to form the cement binder. The finished product also contains a filling material, which is commonly sawdust, wood fibres, cork, or can also contain ASBESTOS. Colourants may have also been added.

The product is mixed and then poured onto the surface to be topped. Magnesite Flooring is normally at least 10mm – 25mm thick. But can get up to 50mm thick if two coats have been poured. Magnesite was applied to the top of concrete ground floors in unit blocks. It has been commonly used in homes built in the ’20s and ’30s and was still used up into the ’80s.

Magnesite Flooring was commonly used as a Floor Levelling compound from the 1920s 1980s. Magnesite Flooring is not used anymore, but because it was present in a lot of older buildings throughout Sydney and NSW, it means that Magnesite Flooring contractors will come across it quite often, so knowing how to deal with it when the issue comes up is very important.

Magnesite is a form of cement created through magnesium oxychloride. What makes Magnesite Flooring different from normal cement is that fillers and aggregates such as wood chips or sawdust have been added to it. Sometimes, it may also have asbestos. Magnesite Flooring was mainly used in Sydney as a slab topping or an underlay to carpet and other forms of floor coverings.

Magnesite is extremely rich in chlorides, resulting in problems of sweating, diffusion of chloride ions into the concrete substrate, and metal corrosion, usually seen as lumps appearing below the carpet or cracks in the floor tiles. There are many issues with having Magnesite Flooring in your property which is why it is now recommended to remove it ASAP.

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Magnesite Flooring is not a floor covering an individual unit owner would have installed. It would have been laid to level the slab and act as a soundproofing agent. It doesn’t get used anymore due to its destruction of concrete slabs through Concrete Cancer, its general lack of waterproofing, and it is known to contain ASBESTOS.

Because Magnesite Flooring is water-soluble, it will return to its previous state should it be exposed to enough water. Magnesite Flooring is also quite flexible, meaning that it is not suitable to be overlaid with a smoothing compound, making it unsuitable to be used with all types of floor coverings.

Magnesite Flooring Removal is moisture-sensitive and will gradually break down if it remains wet for an extended period. Magnesite will swell up, and the filler can also rot and produce unpleasant odours. The product is mixed and then poured onto the surface to be topped. Magnesite flooring is normally at least 10mm – 25mm thick.

But it can get up to 50mm thick if two coats have been poured—Magnesite, which was commonly used as a floor topping or floor levelling product. There are thousands of buildings built between the 1920s and 1980s with Magnesite Floor toppings that are now facing large Concrete Cancer repair bills due to homeowners and strata not removing Magnesite from properties early enough and repairing the damage early on.

It is not a suitable material to simply be overlaid by a smoothing compound as it has most likely been down for such a long time that the effects of it have most likely already started to damage your subfloor.

Just like any other ASBESTOS containing building materials, it was a useful product for a range of materials, but unfortunately, time revealed that it is a health hazard and structural hazard that can cause Concrete Cancer—forcing residents to remove this harmful material from their homes to avoid further structural damage.

However, you can’t encapsulate Magnesite Flooring, as they are so vulnerable to deterioration when exposed to water. If you tried to encapsulate by pouring a screed (such as Ardex) over the top, then you’d be introducing large amounts of construction moisture into the Magnesite.

The underlying Magnesite would then most likely turn to a Weetabix-type consistency and start to break up, leaving you with no suitable substrate support below the screed. The water penetrates the Magnesite Flooring, or where there is an inadequate slab membrane, the material absorbs moisture, which results in Concrete Cancer.

Why Is Magnesite Flooring No Longer Recommended

How Much Does It Cost To Remove Magnesite Flooring?

$42 Per Square Metre*

– Magnesite Flooring Removal = $42 / Per Square Metre*

– Concrete Grinding = $10 – $60 / Per Square Metre*

– Floor Levelling = $40 – $65 / Per Square Metre*

– Concrete Cancer Repairs = Approx $130 / Per Litre*

– Disposal of all Waste = $150 – $750*

– Please review the information below for a further understanding of how we price these services

MAGNESITE REMOVAL
– This is a firm per square metre price which does not change
– We charge ($42 / per square metre) for Magnesite Flooring Removal

View our Magnesite Flooring Removal Pricing page for more information

CONCRETE GRINDING
– How many square metres require Concrete Grinding
– Access to the site (LIFT or STAIRS? and what LEVEL?)
– What level is the property on? (Access to the property)
– We charge ($10 – $60 / per square metre) for Concrete Grinding

View our Concrete Grinding page for more information

FLOOR LEVELLING
– What primer is required
– What level is the property on?

– Minimum Job Size: 50 Square Metres
– How many square metres require floor levelling
– How many bags do we need to complete the job
– How many MM do we need to raise up your subfloor
– The condition of the concrete slab or timber subfloor
– Access to the site (LIFT or STAIRS? and what LEVEL?)
– We charge ($40 – $65 / per square metre) for Floor Levelling
– What level of power can be provided? (10AMP > 15AMP OR 3PHASE)
View our Floor Levelling page for more information

CONCRETE CANCER REPAIRS
– On average we charge ($130 / per litre) for Concrete Cancer Repairs
– Depending on several different factors, This price may go up or down
– We will supply a firm quote after the Magnesite Flooring has been removed
– Otherwise, if we quote “blindly” before the job starts. You are looking at the maximum price of ($130 / per litre)

View our Concrete Cancer Price page for more information

What Does Magnesite Flooring Look Like In Sydney

The cost of removing Magnesite Flooring can vary quite a lot from company to company. Here at Magnesite Flooring Removal Sydney, we guarantee that we’ll always have the lowest prices for Magnesite Flooring Removal we will always be upfront with the cost of Magnesite Flooring Removal with no hidden extra fees.

Feel free to use our free Square Metre Calculator if you would like to calculate the Cost Of Removing Magnesite Flooring from your property.

Other Magnesite Flooring Removal contractors and Removing Magnesite companies that Remove Magnesite, regardless of job size will make you hire a skip bin which will cost a huge amount ($375 – $1,000+) which will have to sit in your front yard for days while you deal with the annoyance of organising it and the large cost of the whole process.

Here at Dust-Free Magnesite Floor Removal Sydney, we come in, remove your Magnesite Flooring as well as Grind down any Magnesite residue on your concrete slab to allow the clean installation of a new flooring system, or a floor levelling agent, epoxy, paint, waterproofing, or the concrete slab to be inspected for Concrete Cancer.

Then our team will sweep and vacuum your property of any remaining mess! Even though we use commercial dust extraction equipment to offer you a nearly completely Dust-Free experience.

Once our team is finished, we will also take all the waste from the process of Removing Magnesite from your property to a local resource management centre for you. Which will be far cheaper than having to hire a skip bin and dealing with the frustration of that whole process!

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The Cost Of Removing Magnesite Flooring Residue

$10 – $60 Per Square Metre*

After we have finished Removing Magnesite from your property. high-powered Dust-Free Concrete Grinders are used to remove the Magnesite residue from your concrete slab.  This is required to reveal any concrete cancer that may require repairs, as well as to successfully add a Floor Levelling agent that won’t fail.
View Our Concrete Grinding Page For More Information
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Magnesite Waste Disposal Cost

$150 – $750

Here at Magnesite Flooring Removal Sydney, we take all your rubbish away with us for disposal at your local resource management centre. This saves our clients hundreds of dollars in hiring skip bins, as well as the frustration of the whole process of hiring one and having to have a skip bin sit in your front yard or strata unit block for days. (Depending on how many square metres of Magnesite you have will be the deciding factor on your disposal of waste charge.)

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How Much Does It Cost To Remove Your Skirting Boards?

$10 – $60 Per Metre*

At Magnesite Removal Sydney, we charge $10 – $60 per metre* for the removal of Skirting Boards.

These are the factors that we take into account when quoting:

– What type of skirting board needs to be removed
– If any hand grinding is required after skirting board removal (Tiled Skirting Boards, etc)
– What service is required (Normal Skirting Board Removal, Tiled Skirting Board Removal, etc)

These prices may vary depending on a large range of factors, though, so please only use this as a general guide
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How Much Does It Cost To Dispose Of Magnesite Flooring?

($150 – $750)

Here at Magnesite Flooring Removal Sydney, we take all your rubbish away with us for disposal at your local resource management centre. This saves our clients hundreds of dollars in hiring skip bins, as well as the frustration of the whole process of hiring one and having to have a skip bin sit in your front yard or strata unit block for days. (Depending on how many square metres of Magnesite Flooring you have will be the deciding factor on your disposal of waste charge.)Magnesite Flooring Removal Sydney - Magnesite Floor Removal Sydney

How Much Does Concrete Grinding Cost Per Square Metre?

General Grind – $10 – $60 Per Square Metre*

Coating Removal – $10 – $90 Per Square Metre*

How Much Does Concrete Grinding Cost Per Square Metre? Concrete Grinding costs vary quite a lot from company to company or private contractor to private contractor. Here at Concrete Grinding Sydney, we guarantee that we will always be upfront with pricing, with no hidden extras.

On average Concrete Grinding Costs $10 – $60 Per Square Metre for jobs that require a General Grind.

On average Concrete Grinding Costs $10 – $90 Per Square Metre for jobs that require a Coating Removal.

These are the factors that we take into account when quoting:
– How many layers there are
– How thick the coating is (0 – 6mm)
– How many MM may need to be ground down
– How many square metres require Concrete Grinding
– Access to the site (LIFT or STAIRS? and what LEVEL?)
– What level is the property on? (Access to the property)
– What service is required (General Grind? Coating Removal?)
– The condition of the concrete that requires Concrete Grinding
– What level of power can be provided? (10AMP > 15AMP OR 3PHASE)

Other Concrete Grinding contractors and Concrete Grinding companies that Grind Concrete do not meet the standards that we do at Concrete Grinding Sydney. We use only the highest quality products that are available on the market.

Here at Concrete Grinding Sydney, we come in and do a swift Floor Preparation and Concrete Grinding service for all of our clients. We Concrete Grind and Prime all floors before Floor Levelling to ensure a flawless installation without failure.Concrete Grinding Sydney - Grinding Concrete Dust-Free - 15

Is Concrete Grinding Required After Magnesite Removal?

Yes, Once our team has removed your Magnesite, you will see magnesite residue that will need to be ground off your concrete using a Concrete Grinder. We need to Grind your concrete to remove any remaining residue to reveal any potential Concrete Cancer that needs to be repaired before Floor Levelling occurs so the product does not fail. This will allow the successful reinstallation of a new flooring system and coating without failure.
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Is Magnesite Removal Required Before I Install A New Coating Or Flooring System?

Yes, Magnesite Removal should always occur before the installation of a new Coating or Flooring System. The appropriate Floor Preparation before installing the new Coating or Flooring System system is also required.

To install a new Coating or Flooring System, you must ensure the following:
1) The previous Magnesite Flooring has been removed
2) All residue from the previous Magnesite Flooring has been removed
3) The appropriate floor preparation has been applied
– Concrete Cancer Repairs
– Concrete Crack Repairs
– Concrete Grinding
– Floor Levelling

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Does Magnesite Flooring Contain Asbestos?

Sometimes, Magnesite is a magnesium carbonate mineral with a chemical composition of (MgCO3). Magnesite is an important industrial mineral. Pure Magnesite is theoretically 47.8% magnesia (MgO) and 52.2% carbon dioxide (CO2).  It is the source of two-thirds of the world’s magnesia (MgO); 25% is extracted from seawater, with the balance coming largely from brines.

World production of Magnesite is estimated to be 5.96 Mt, with China being the major producer. Australia produced about 90,000 tonnes in 2013, with South Australia contributing 3,632 tonnes.

It is named after the presence of magnesium in its composition. Magnesite usually forms during the alteration of magnesium-rich rocks or carbonate rocks by metamorphism or chemical weathering. Magnesite is a specialised cementitious product that is based on Magnesium Oxychloride (or Magnesium Oxysulphate) types of cement.

The most common form involves the reaction between a Magnesium Chloride solution and Magnesium Hydroxide powder to form the cement binder. The finished product also contains a filling material, which is commonly sawdust, wood fibres, cork, or can also contain ASBESTOS.

Typically, Magnesite Flooring does not contain asbestos; however, it has been found in some magnesite floors. An owner’s corporation could be liable for diseases found to be caused by the asbestos in Magnesite Flooring.

Magnesite Flooring is common property. To stop the possibility of claims being made against the strata scheme, the strata scheme will need to have an up-to-date asbestos register, asbestos management plan, and emergency procedures. Having this documentation may be a legal requirement for some strata schemes.

The removal of any Magnesite Flooring that contains ASBESTOS Homeownes who also illegally removed the material without first checking if it contained asbestos will face heavy fines that could reach hundreds of thousands of dollars. You must always contact a company that can test the Magnesite Flooring for any asbestos before removing the product for the safety of everyone.

As discussed earlier, Magnesite can contain ASBESTOS fibres as a filler. Commonly, the way to deal with ASBESTOS, once identified, is to remove it, using a licensed contractor, or to encapsulate it. However, you can’t encapsulate a Magnesite Floor, as they are so vulnerable to deterioration when exposed to water.

Before all jobs commence you must obtain an “Asbestos Clearance Certificate” showing that the Magnesite Flooring has no asbestos content. If the Magnesite Flooring does have asbestos, you must contact a professional asbestos removal company.
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Do I Need To Test My Magnesite For Asbestos?

Q: Do I need to test my magnesite for asbestos before removing it from my property?

A: Yes, you must contact AIRSAFE.NET.AU and make sure that any possible materials in your home that you plan to remove such as Magnesite, Vinyl, Lino, or Popcorn ceilings have been tested for asbestos before removal.

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How Do I Find Out If My Magnesite Flooring Contains Asbestos Or Not?

To find out if your Magnesite Flooring contains asbestos or not, you can do the following:

– Send a small sample of the magnesite to a lab for testing (airsafe.net.au) OR have AIRSAFE come out to your property to take the sample for you.

– It should also be noted that some Magnesite Flooring Residue may also contain asbestos.

CONTACT AIRSAFE.NET.AU to have your Magnesite Flooring tested for ASBESTOS.

NOTE: WE DO NOT OFFER A SERVICE TO REMOVE ASBESTOS

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– Asbestos exposure can be a health risk. It is estimated that 4,000 Australians die each year from asbestos-related diseases.

– Working with Magnesite Flooring that contains Asbestos will release toxic dust and fibres into the air. Lack of awareness in the past has led to many workers suffering from terrible diseases today such as mesothelioma and asbestosis.

– Magnesite Flooring is generally safe to be around. But that changes as soon as you decide to remove it or if the magnesite flooring becomes damaged in any way shape or form.

– Magnesite Flooring that contains Asbestos remains in many buildings across Australia, creating a hazard for contractors and do-it-yourself renovators.

– Workers must take many precautions to Remove Magnesite Floors safely as well as safely dispose of the waste.

– It is illegal to remove asbestos products without a CLASS A + CLASS B + SUPERVISOR LICENSE in Asbestos Removal.

– It is always safest to leave ASBESTOS Magnesite Flooring Removal to qualified professionals who are licensed by the Australian government to remove it.

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Is Magnesite Removal Dangerous?

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Yes, Magnesite Flooring Removal is considered dangerous to your health, Magnesite Flooring is made of a chemical named Magnesium Oxychloride, which may contain ASBESTOS materials. (It can be extremely dangerous to your long-term health if you don’t take the proper precautions while removing it). You will also be fighting SILICA dust which is also extremely dangerous to your health if the proper PPE and Dust Extraction equipment is not used.

Magnesite Removal without the correct PPE and power tools/equipment will create a harmful silica dust environment. It’s also possible to be injured by tools as well as injured from the Magnesite Removal process.

– SERIOUS INJURIES: Sometimes, Tiny pieces of Concrete or Splinters of wood can go flying in the air during the Magnesite Removal process. Pieces of concrete or splinters of wood can accidentally hit your eye, causing serious damage, if not blindness. The tools required to perform this task are also dangerous to use for people who are not highly skilled in using these tools.

– ACCIDENTAL INJURIES: It’s easy to look up a guide on what tools to use, but injuries often occur from a lack of knowledge of how to use these tools safely.

– PERMANENT LUNG DAMAGE: Inhaling dangerous silica dust by not using the correct PPE and Dust Extractors can be deadly.

The longer silicosis goes without treatment, the more likely it is to develop a complication. Because the disease affects the immune system, silicosis patients are vulnerable to developing tuberculosis, lung cancer, COPD, and kidney disease.

    • Lung Cancer.
    • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
    • Kidney Disease.
    • Autoimmune Disease.

Breathing in very small (“respirable”) crystalline silica particles causes multiple diseases, including silicosis, an incurable lung disease that leads to disability and death. Respirable crystalline silica also causes lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and kidney disease.

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Do I Need Strata Approval To Remove Magnesite From My Home?

Q: Do I need strata approval before removing magnesite from my home?
A: Yes, you must obtain strata approval before removing magnesite from your home.

For further information, please read the following:
Do I Need Strata Approval

Will Strata Pay To Remove My Magnesite Flooring?

As of 2024, The Following Rules Apply:
– If Your Strata Have NOT Changed The By-Law They Are Liable To Pay For:
– Magnesite Flooring Removal
– Concrete Grinding
– Disposal of all Waste
– Concrete Cancer Repairs

– If Your Strata HAS Already Changed The By-Laws They Are Only Liable To Pay For:
– Concrete Cancer Repairs

– It should be noted that it is always the customer’s responsibility to pay for Floor Levelling as well as the removal of any flooring systems above the magnesite such as carpet.

Magnesite Flooring is “Common Property” so is your concrete subfloor. Your Strata is required by law in NSW to pay for the removal of your Magnesite UNLESS the By-Law has been changed.

As of 2024, it seems it’s becoming more and more common for strata committees to update their bylaws so that they no longer have to pay for the magnesite removal and concrete grinding, especially the ones struggling with money (although they are still liable for any concrete cancer repairs). The majority though still cover magnesite removal, so make sure to check your strata’s bylaws!

It is not uncommon for a strata committee to try to bully a property owner (especially a new one who is not familiar with strata laws) out of having their Magnesite Removed. Strata committees often bully clients into installing new flooring systems over magnesite flooring.

Often lying and saying that it is in:
– Fine condition
– Does not need to be removed
– Safe to have a new flooring system installed on
– All of the above factors are simply not true

If you do not remove the Magnesite Flooring, the flooring system fails, strata will not be paying for the removal re-purchase, and re-installation of your new flooring system! So be careful not to get bullied or scammed into thinking that it is safe to leave your magnesite subfloor down before installing a new flooring system.

The cost to repair any concrete cancer is always your strata committee’s responsibility. To cover the costs of the remediation, special levies may be called in if your strata fund currently does not have enough money for major repairs (Such as Concrete Cancer Repairs)

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How To Start The Magnesite Floor Removal Process

Step 1: Contact Your Strata:
The first step you need to take is to contact your strata to request Strata Approval, as magnesite flooring is considered “common property.” The unit block owns it. Therefore, you must get approval before removing it.

Step 2: Find out what the bylaws say regarding payment:
Every unit block is constantly changing its bylaws regarding what they are and are not willing to pay for depending on budgets. Some STRATAs are still paying for the whole package, while others are only paying for the Concrete Cancer Repairs.

Step 3: On-site Inspection and Free Quotes
Our team performs an on-site inspection and provides a free quote for your project.

Step 4: Asbestos Testing
Contact AIRSAFE.NET.AU or a similar company to get an asbestos clearance certificate.

Step 5: Get three quotes from 3 different companies:
Often, your STRATA will force you to contact three different companies to present them with three different quotes; getting this done ASAP will speed up the process.

Step 6: Proceed with work required
Our team will provide all services requested once our quote has been approved by your STRATA.
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