wet wall

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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Passing, now the mouldy hall of some obsolete Worshipful Company, now the illuminated windows of a Congregationless Church that seemed to be waiting for some adventurous Belzoni to dig it out and discover its history; passing silent warehouses and wharves, and here and there a narrow alley leading to the river, where a wretched little bill, FOUND DROWNED, was weeping on the wet wall; he came at last to the house he sought.
Support also came from staff at The Cobble Shop, Rukeri, Wet Wall Works and Gordon Leslie Group.
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I would try using Zinsser B-I-N paint, or fit wet wall ceiling panels.
He added: "Specific solutions under evaluation include implementation of a chiller plant management system, and an evaporative cooling wet wall system.
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For example, energy efficiency can be improved by approximately 30% through making a previously wet wall dry, while another consideration could be the inclusion of substitution and carbon storage though timber.
To save money, Jordan employed tricks like situating the bathrooms so they share a wet wall, to reduce the amount of copper pipe needed, and using wood veneer on the cabinet doors.
In the bathroom, Ian has not chosen tiles, but new wet wall materials that look like hessian or leather, which he has used recently in a bathroom renovation and which, he said, worked even better than tiles.
Covering a wet wall creates a perfect environment for mold and rotted wood.
Procedures include extracting excess water, treating wet surfaces to inhibit mold growth during the drying process, opening wet wall cavities and utilizing HEPA filtered air movers and high capacity dehumidification equipment to rapidly dry the structures and materials involved.”