One who, or that which, dries; that which may expel or absorb moisture; a desiccative; as, the sun and a northwesterly wind are great driers of the earth.
Drying oil; a substance mingled with the oil used in oil painting to make it dry quickly.
of Dry, a.
Ink mixing; a substance added to the ink in order to shorten the drying time; The part of a label printing press through which the printed web travels prior to further converting or re-winding.
A material that quickens or initiates the process of drying for oil paint or oil by promoting oxidation.
A catalytic material which, when added to a drying oil or drying oil modified coating, accelerates the rate of drying. A substance which speeds the reaction of binder with oxygen. Naphthenates of lead, cobalt, and manganese are common driers.
Any additives to ink that encourage the drying process.
Chemical agent which promotes oxidation and drying of a coating film. Mainly used in oil based coatings, printing inks and varnishes. Driers are usually metallic compositions and are available in both solid and liquid forms. Different groups of driers are available: primary driers (active driers), secondary driers (auxiliary driers), and combination driers. See Catalyst, Accelerator
A paint catalyst used to accelerate drying time.
A material containing metallic compounds added to paints and painting materials for the purpose of accelerating the drying.
Agent that, when added to a compound, will promote more rapid drying. (see Catalyst, Accelerator )
a substance that promotes drying (e.g., calcium oxide absorbs water and is used to remove moisture)
an appliance that removes moisture
a metal carboxylate that catalyzes, performs, or promotes the cross-linking of resin polymers or drying oils in coatings
a device placed in a refrigeration system to attract and collect unwanted moisture from a refrigerant Dry: to separate or remove liquid or vapor from another substance, such as moisture from a refrigerant
Any catalytic material which when added to a drying oil accelerates drying or hardening of the film.
A material used in a paint which enables it to cure.
A device used in a refrigerant line to remove moisture.
Any substance used to hasten drying of ink on paper.
Sometimes called filter/drier, it removes moisture and keeps the refrigerant clean.
In inkmaking, a substance added to hasten drying
A material that accelerates drying of an oil painting by promoting oxidation.
A chemical which promotes oxidation and subsequent drying of a paint film. Primarily used in oil base paints.
A catalytic material that improves the drying or hardening properties of oils or varnishes when added in small amounts. They are usually organic salts of lead, cobalt,manganese, zinc and iron, such as naphthenates, resinates and linoleates.
In ink making, a substance added to hasten drying.
Material ( resin) is put through a drier before being added to the molding machines in order to remove moisture and reduce the occurance of defects like blistering and splay
A substance added to printing inks to hasten drying.
A term that describes any additives to ink which encourages the drying process.
An additive which accelerates the drying of coatings.
Any substance added to ink to make it dry more quickly.
A paint ingredient that aids the drying or hardening of the film.
An oven used to remove water from damp molded ware by heating with forced circulation of air.
An additive that accelerates the drying of oil paints by promoting oxidation. Also called a siccative. Some pigments have a natural drying property when bound in drying oils, such as those containing lead and manganese.
A material, as alcohol ammonium nitrate, sodium perborate and manganese oleate, added to a core or mold mixture to remove or reduce the water content.