Table 5.--Bonding performance of the panels (a) Resin code Dry strength
(MPa) Wood failure (%) Wet strength (MPa) PF-C 1.52 (0.13) C 100 1.47 (0.04) B PF-M-10 1.84(0.16) B 100 1.67 (0.09) A PF-M-25 2.09 (0.27) A 90 1.75 (0.11) A PF-M-50 1.58 (0.12) C 80 0.87 (0.10) C PF-M-75 0.86 (0.08) D 40 0.71 (0.04) D PF-B-4 1.83 (0.21) B 100 1.54 (0.11) B PF-B-13 1.82 (0.19) B 100 1.43 (0.12) B PF-B-23 1.52 (0.14) C 90 0.91 (0.05) C PF-B-38 1.08 (0.11) D 80 0.85 (0.07) C Resin code Wood failure (%) PF-C 90 PF-M-10 90 PF-M-25 80 PF-M-50 8o PF-M-75 20 PF-B-4 80 PF-B-13 80 PF-B-23 80 PF-B-38 70
This report provides in depth study of "Dry Strength
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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.
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. An excessive amount of moisture-absorbing materials will decrease the dry strength
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, resiliency mad solvent strength with water redispersibility.
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