wet construction

wet construction

Any construction, e.g., a wall, using materials (such as concrete, mortar, plaster, etc.) which are installed or applied in other than a dry condition.
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Unlike other countries that mainly use the dry construction method, most UFHSs applied to apartment buildings in Korea are constructed using the wet construction method.
For this reason, these systems are not suitable for Korean apartment buildings, which adopt the wet construction method and hot water as a heat source.
We are still relaying on wet construction however it has been vanished from the entire world.
Gains will be particularly strong in countries such as Portugal and Spain, where drywall use is increasingly being substituted for traditional wet construction techniques.
I stopped everything and began to purposely play with wet construction paper on white dry paper.
Overlapping the wet construction paper created various abstract stains
Because they are exposed to the elements, it is not unusual for damp or wet construction materials end up in a building resulting in the early appearance of mold.