An energy-saving feature that circulates residual hot air in the dishwasher for drying without heat.
Describing (1) the moisture content of a substance when in equilibrium with the surrounding atmosphere; (2) woodpulp which contains approximately 10% of moisture, paper 8% of moisture.
Term applied to any pulp and paper sample that has a moisture content in equilibrium with the surrounding atmospheric conditions. Air-dry pulps are assumed to contain 10% moisture.
When paint is capable of drying at room temperature without the need of heating or the addition of a catalyst.
Process of drying or seasoning lumber naturally by exposure to air.
To dry an applied coating at ordinary room temperature, i.e., 60 degrees to 80 degrees F. and 40% to 60% relative humidity.
Open air method of seasoning wood in preparation for barrel production (as opposed to artificial kiln drying method).
Air dry tonne of pulp (Adt) meaning dry solids content of 90
The drying or solvent evaporation of a topcoat at room temperature.
The ability of a paint or coating to dry under normal conditions of temperature and humidity.