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, ...
Spray paint is an aerosol product designed to be dispensed as a fine mist. ...
commercial spray paints are self-contained aerosol cans that use liquefied
Aerosols were invented in 1926 by a Norwegian, Erik Rotheim. ... The first
aerosol produced in Australia is believed to be a can of 'Mortein'™ flyspray in the
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 ...
This was the forerunner of the modern aerosol
can and valve. In 1949, 27-year-old Robert H. Abplanalps invention of a crimp on valve enabled liquids to be sprayed from a can under the pressure of an inert gas. Spray cans, mainly containing insecticides, were availabl... More »
The history of Aerosol Spray Cans, a timeline made with Timetoast's free
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Sep 21, 2015 ... Aerosol can generating a blast of aerosol mist .... the "Education" tab for a history
of aerosols, information about safety risks, and handy statistics ...
Oct 14, 2011 ... This misconception stems primarily from the fact that, originally, aerosol cans
used chlorofluorocarbons as a propellant. Chlorofluorocarbons ...
Revisit the history of the can from its very beginnings up until modern times. ... He
patents the first aerosol can and valve that could hold and dispense products ...
Seymour of Sycamore created aerosol spray paint in 1949 and now ... History ...
can of paint packaged with an aerosol propellant and fitted with a spray head.