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dry strength

[′drī ‚streŋkth]
(engineering)
The strength of an adhesive joint determined immediately after drying under specified conditions or after a period of conditioning in the standard laboratory atmosphere.
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Figure V-1-39 Consumption of dry strength additives in China by volume, 2005~2009
Table 65: UK 15-Year Perspective for Specialty Paper Additives by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Binders, Defoamers, Sizes, Wet-Strength Additives, Dry Strength Additives, Pitch/Control Agents, Retention & Drainage Aids and Biocides for the Years 1998, 2008, and 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-33
Buckman supplies the Pryor plant with several chemicals used in the paper production process (ASA sizing, retention, drainage and formation polymers, biocides, dry strength and stickies control additives).
DEPOSITION OF POLYELECTROLYTE COMPLEXES AS A MECHANISM FOR DEVELOPING PAPER DRY STRENGTH
Wet Strength, Dry Strength and Tissue additives will increase by 5%.
Some of the benefits then and now for this treatment include reduced broke spots, minimizing broke deposits, lower retention aid costs, improved sizing efficiencies, better save all operation, improved biological control, fewer process charge swings, lower entrained air levels, and better dry strength additive efficiency.
Our liquid starch polymers, such as STRUCTURE-COTE[R], provide natural bonding, high dry strength, resiliency mad solvent strength with water redispersibility.
1915 - Experimentation begins with bentonite, a colloidal clay of unusually high green and dry strength.
Traditionally, starch has been used as a dry strength and surface improvement aid.
Molds made with high moisture-content sands develop the same high hot and dry strength, resulting in a difficult shakeout and lumps of sand carried over the shakeout deck.
I've seen work with deaerators trying to move out defoamers, but with nothing new in the technology; new bromine biocide systems that are now several years old; and the same synthetic biocides, the same dyes and whiteners, the same dry strength agents, and rosin/alum systems that are still rosin/alum.
Ultimately the company chose "Tencel" fibers from Acordis, Flemington, NJ, for their softness, absorbency, purity and versatility characteristics, such as 85% dry strength retention and degradability.