dry laid

dry laid

Said of masonry that has been laid without the use of mortar.
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Summary: [170 Pages Report] Non-woven Fibers in Hygiene Products Market / Non woven fabrics market research report categorizes the global market By Material Type (Super Absorbent Polymer, Fluff Pulp, Stretch Non-woven, Polyester, Filaments), By Technology (Spun Melt, Dry Laid, Wet Laid, Air Laid), By End Use (Baby Diapers, Adult Incontinence, Feminine Hygiene), & by Region.
Dry laid block wall systems are a growing part of today's landscapes, but incorrect preparation or installation usually ends in wall failure.
Old concrete paving can be reused as a dry laid wall material.
Others, like the ones we built, are "dry laid" --each stone is held in place by its own weight and the weight of all the stones above it.
Non-woven Fabrics/Textiles Market by Technology (Spunmelt, Wet Laid, Dry Laid, Others), Material (PP, PET, PE, Rayon, Wood Pulp, Others) Function (Disposable, Non-Disposable), End-Use (Hygiene, Wipes, Construction, Upholstery, Filtration) - Forecast to 2020
Lohmann Vliesstoffe manufactures dry laid, chemical bonded, thermal bonded, needlepunched and air through bonded materials at its plant in Dierdorf.
More recently, the industry includes processes sometimes called dry laid papers because they use pulp fiber as their primary raw material.
In the case of wet laid or spunlaced nonwovens, the air through process can be used to dry the web, while in dry laid or carded technology this process is used as a means of bonding.
Fleissner already delivered more than 1200 complete nonwoven lines and provides know-how and technology for finishing of dry laid, wet laid and spunbond nonwovens.
We produce dry laid, carded and chembond nonwoven fabrics for use in a broad range of markets from apparel and home furnishings to wipes, medical disposables, automotive applications and filtration.
In addition, Phoenix can offer large quantities on a continuing basis of latex- and thermobonded air laid paper, thermal bonded polypropylene coverstock, textile-like backsheets, dry laid and needlepunched nonwovens.