base sheet

base sheet

[′bās ‚shēt]
(building construction)
Saturated or coated felt sheeting which is laid as the first ply in a built-up roofing membrane.

base sheet

Saturated and/or coated felt sheeting which is laid as the first ply in a built-up roofing membrane.
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One of the drivers of wipes innovation can be found in base sheet technology, specifically the nonwoven materials that are engineered to provide precise performance properties like strength, absorbency, fluid release and more.
In principle the size of the sheet of graphene that can be created is only limited by the size of the copper base sheet.
The base sheet of an assembly may also be mechanically attached and the cap sheet adhered to the base sheet.
It also claims its 'ecoform' wipes have a lower environmental impact because they are made from natural fibres (65%) and not spunlace -the base sheet commonly used by other wipe brands.
The materials used to manufacture the products are layers of an acrylic top sheet and a plastic base sheet with a stone mortar mix in-between, it added.
Said White, "Printers can run ten color presses more effectively because of new chemical technology that combines sizing and zirconium crosslinkers, building upon a strong silica nanoparticle foundation in the base sheet.
The KimTechPrep[R] Wipers for the WetTask[R] Refillable Wiping System features a meltblown base sheet that can be used with bleach or solvents.
The KimTech Prep* Wiper (code 06411) from Kimberly-Clark Professional is a meltblown base sheet that can be used with bleach or solvents as part of the WetTask[R] Refillable Wiping System.
In addition, its Huggies Newborn Ultra-Gentle products feature an exclusive Kimberly-Clark base sheet that is quilted for soft and gentle cleaning.
Typically, Lewty's method of construction involves transcribing some of the graphic elements on to a transparent sheet of paper which is then glued on to a base sheet, also inscribed, and this gives the works a certain visual weight which sets them apart, a sense of layering and depth.
If an engine, for example, is shipped out on a skid, we fabricate a base sheet that will go between the skid and the engine.
The number of fasteners securing the base sheet should be increased over the FMBC-approved roof field spacing by 70 percent in the perimeter and 160 percent in the corners.