The first aerosol spray can patent was granted in Oslo in 1927 to Erik Rotheim, ...
engineer, and a United States patent was granted for the invention in 1931.
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.
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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 »
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 ...
Aerosol Spray Can Patents and Inventions. ... The aerosol spray can was
invented by Erik Rotheim in 1926 (US patent No. 1,800,156; Norwegian Patent
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
Seymour of Sycamore created aerosol spray paint in 1949 and now
manufactures automotive paint, industrial paint, specialty paint & other aerosol
Aerosol paint, commonly called spray paint, must have been an object that was ...
invented the valve that provided for an easier way of filling your cup. Rather ...