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dry cup

a cupping glass formerly applied to unbroken skin to draw blood to the area but without removing it.
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Key Words: Agrilus planipennis; green multi-funnel traps; wet cup; dry cup; trap check interval
Collection cup method Trap catch Standard wet cup (propylene glycol) 8.95 (4.89 - 16.37) Dry cup with internal funnel, no pesticide strip 9.31 (5.31 - 16.31) Dry cup without funnel, with pesticide strip 9.31 (6.18 - 18.37) Dry cup with funnel, with pesticide strip 8.29 (4.65 - 14.78) Please Note: Illustration(s) are not available due to copyright restrictions.
Today, we have extremely "smart" vapor control layers--"second-generation smart control layers." To understand their significance and, therefore, underlying performance, both dry cup and wet cup properties need to be appreciated.
What makes them work is the wet cup performance, not the dry cup performance.
When we start looking at composite materials and assemblies such as OSB covered with fluid-applied water resistive barriers (WRBs) (Photo 3) or gypsum board or OSB with integral water resistive barriers (Photo 4), all three characteristics need to be considered: dry cup, wet cup and inverted wet cup.
Only Preference is a true pre-mix, incomplete without the addition of fresh foods, though the product literature encourages you to add up to half a cup of "extras" to each dry cup of The Honest Kitchen's other products.
Furthermore, the more vapor tight the specimen is (dry cup values of gypsum board covered with latex coat), the more pronounced the differences become.
Most striking when comparing the data and looking at the cumulative distribution function of the measured mean values, is the wide spread found in the dry cup data (test condition C1) of the gypsum board finished with the latex coat.
The highest measured mean dry cup value of gypsum board finished with latex paint is more than ten times larger than the lowest measured mean value.
The Class II vapor retarder characteristics of the kraft facing on the fiberglass batts (under "dry cup" conditions) throttles down the inward to outward vapor flow sufficiently to keep the wall assembly out of trouble from a vapor perspective during the winter and yet still allows inward drying during the summer.
With the "dry cup" method we kept the "cup" dry with a desiccant.
It's dry cup value is 1 perm, so it meets the code requirement of a Class II vapor retarder as tested under ASTM E-96 Test Method A (the desiccant method).