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Through the testing, Hydrobond was shown to improve mulling times and efficiencies, resulting in higher green strength, lower moisture contents, higher green tensile strength, lower sand friability and lower dry strength.
PEC deposition yielded an additional increase of about 13% in dry strength beyond what could be achieved by treatments that did not involve complexation.
The new wipes feature textured cleaning surfaces, added bulkiness, wet and dry strength, enhanced absorption and compatibility with cleaning solvents and oil.
An increase in moisture, the type and amount of clay and the rammed mold density will affect the dry strength.
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.
Dry strength VAS [a] (wet strength) Adhesive Unprimed HMR primed Unprimed (N/[cm.
Traditionally, starch has been used as a dry strength and surface improvement aid.
1915 - Experimentation begins with bentonite, a colloidal clay of unusually high green and dry strength.