The concepts of aerosol probably go as far back as 1790. The first aerosol spray
can patent was granted in Oslo in 1927 to Erik Rotheim, ...
A few products, about 10% of today's aerosols, use compressed gases like
carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide as propellants. The final element is the
Highlights of the history of aerosols and a look at the future.
Aerosol Product History, How It All Began, The first aerosol was developed in
1929 when a Norwegian engineer designed an early can and valve aerosol ...
The concept of an aerosol can originated as early as 1790 when self-pressurized
carbonated beverages were introduced in France.
Nov 4, 2011 ... And so, in 1949, Seymour mixed paint and aerosol in a can with a ... According to
Neelon, who, with Roger Gastman, wrote “The History of ...
Aerosols were invented in 1926 by a Norwegian, Erik Rotheim. ... Aerosols can
dispense a large variety of products from powders to gels and foams, pastes and
The history of spray paint and its progeny, the modern graffiti subculture, is a ...
The origin of aerosol paints can be best situated in the history of aerosol.
Apr 11, 2012 ... In the beginning, he called it an 'aerosol spray can' and submitted the patent
application in 1926. It was granted in 1929. He filed the United ...
Seymour of Sycamore created aerosol spray paint in 1949 and now ... History ...
featured a small can of paint packaged with an aerosol propellant and fitted with