Aerosol spray is a type of dispensing system which creates an aerosol mist of
liquid particles. ... The first aerosol spray can patent was granted in Oslo in 1927
to Erik Rotheim, a Norwegian chemic...
The concept of an aerosol can originated as early as 1790 when self-pressurized
carbonated beverages were introduced in France.
Spraying device, 137/114, Valve means to eject spray under constant pressure;
valve control means to stop operation of the sprayer upon depletion; means for ...
From that invention, the aerosol industry quickly developed in the United States
and ... products such as shaving cream, hair spray, paint and antiperspirants.
Aerosol spray cans earlier used to contain contents with CFC. But these have
been banned and in its place HCFC's are being used in all the cans.
Seymour of Sycamore created aerosol spray paint in 1949 and now
manufactures automotive paint, industrial paint, specialty paint & other aerosol
Apr 11, 2012 ... In the beginning, he called it an 'aerosol spray can' and submitted the ... The
invention was working, but the nozzle had a tendency to clog.
Nov 4, 2011 ... His wife suggested a makeshift spray gun, like those used for deodorizers. And
so, in 1949, Seymour mixed paint and aerosol in a can with a ...
The aerosol spray can dates back to 1926, when Norwegian inventor Eric
Rotheim discovered that a product could be sprayed from an aluminum can that
Sprays can be formed naturally, as along an ocean beach, but are also produced
as the result of some human inventions such as aerosol can dispensers of ...