Definitions for "Dry weight"
The weight of any plant part after its water content has been removed by drying.
Dry Weight is the actual weight of a vehicle or trailer containing standard equipment without fuel, fluids, cargo, passengers, or optional equipment. For additional details see Understanding RV Weights.
Dry Weight is the weight of the empty trailer as manufactured. This weight, usually shown on the trailering identification plate, is not usually used as a measure for the selection of a tow vehicle.
Refers to unit of chemical concentration for a sample in which all water has been removed.