dry sheet

dry sheet

A nonbituminous felt or a light roofing paper applied between the roof-deck and the roofing material to prevent adherence of the roofing to the roof-deck and to isolate the roofing from movements of the roof-deck.
References in classic literature ?
No sweeping and dusting, only good fire and dry sheets were necessary.
He's walked more hundreds of miles than he has hairs upon his chin, and slept oftener in wet heather than dry sheets.
21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Fabric Softeners and Conditioners in US$ Million by the following Product Segments: Liquid Softeners, and Dry Sheet Softeners.
Cover the patient with a clean dry sheet or blanket to prevent hypothermia.
Endoform Dermal Template[TM] is presented as a sterile dry sheet in a peel pouch and is strong and easy to handle in a dry or wet state.
Straight away, I was impressed by the fast inking-up, diverse finishing options on a broad variety of materials, and dry sheets that can go straight into postpress," says Dorner.
They're dry sheets impregnated with Pitera which are simply wetted in warm water, then swept over the skin.
They included clean, dry sheets as "a start" to improving standards across the country.
The dry sheets produced the highest melt rates, and that after only a very short friction time.
The "clean and dry" battle call has long echoed through the corridors of many a nursing home: clean, dry floors, clean, dry sheets, clean, dry residents.
For the purposes of this study, laundry comprises main wash, special wash, rinse conditioners, tumble dry sheets, fabric fresheners, and laundry aids.
Health Secretary Mr Frank Dobson has written to all hospital chief executives saying that basic levels of care, such as clean dry sheets, and provision of food and drink, should be given as "a start" to improving standards.