aerosol can

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a dispenser that holds a substance under pressure and that can release it as a fine spray (usually by means of a propellant gas)

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The company provides beverage, food and aerosol can makers with high-speed cupping systems, can forming, decorating, trimming, necking, base reprofiling and reforming, shaping, bottom rim coating, flanging and inspection technology.
LANICO, a specialist in aerosol can production, showed the first tinplate monobloc design aerosol cans to an interested trade audience at Metpack.
The acquired firm owns a plant in San Luis Potosi, north-central Mexico, which makes extruded aluminum aerosol cans for personal care and household products.
The website is operated by the British Aerosol Manufacturers' Association, which said 45% of consumers did not realise they could recycle aerosol cans.
FIRE officials today stressed the dangers of aerosol cans after a blast ripped through a house, destroying its internal walls.
is proud of the way Sanyo and Taiyo Petroleum have brought efficient aerosol can recycling technology to Japan.
It now exclusively manufactures aluminium monobloc containers such as aerosol cans and bottles.
Aerocan operates three aerosol can production facilities in the Czech Republic, France and the UK.
Campbell: Aerosolv is the only aerosol can recycling technology to be awarded the Environmental Protection Agency's Environmental Technology Verification.
The planned JV will, in turn, comprise Ball's steel aerosol can facilities in Argentina and Envases' local extruded aluminum packaging plants plus its sites in Brazil.
M And C/Ndt/105/2001 Comprising Of The Following Item:- 1 Red Visible Dye Penetrant O Visible Type Ii And Washability Method C Solvent Removable In Aerosol Can Of 500 Ml Capacity, 2 Non- Aqueous Developers I.
The company operates three aerosol can manufacturing plants in Velim (Czech Republic), Bellegarde (France) and Devizes (UK).
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service said the incident highlighted the fact that an aerosol can cause as much damage as a small bomb.