aerosol container

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Synonyms for aerosol container

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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According to new report available with Million Insights, the Europe aerosol container industry report includes in-depth market analysis by recent technologies, market size, share, trends, opportunities, challenges, key players and business strategies considering types, segment and future analysis.
The SprayPET Aerosol Container, developed by Plastipak Packaging (formerly APPE), is a plastic aerosol container that has been designed to replace tinplate or aluminium cans.
The raider, who brandished an aerosol container as a weapon, thought a black bin liner being carried by two members of staff at Morrison's, in Tamworth, was full of cash.
8,535,652 B2; L'Oreal, Paris, has patented a soap-free, self-foaming gel packaged in an aerosol container with a piston or flexible pocket separator to separate the gel from propellant necessary for ejecting the gel.
Three semi-permanent water-based release products are available in a convenient aerosol container and as bulk concentrates.
The aerosol container's liner can corrode over time, posing a risk of the cans rupturing and expelling its contents.
Three semi-permanent water-based release products have been developed and are available in a convenient aerosol container and as bulk concentrates.
In a presentation on new product development, Judy Albazi and Alan Howarth of Chase Products reviewed the company's Absolutes of Quality Management, as well as some of the innovations that have been developed by Chase Products, such as an ergonomic aerosol container and an aerosol can that holds a towel for I&I cleaning.
Additionally, the Aerosol Products Division formed a new Plastic Aerosol Container Subcommittee under its Commercial Standards Committee (CSC) to work on a broad range of issues relating to plastic aerosol containers.