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John W Hart, Thomas C Rolfson: Aerosol package containing a foam-forming emulsion and propellent system. S C Johnson & Son, July 20, 1976: US03970584 (86 worldwide citation)

An aerosol package containing a foam-forming, oil-in-water emulsion and a propellant system consisting essentially of nitrous oxide and a liquefied, normally gaseous hydrocarbon or halogenated hydrocarbon is described. The emulsion upon being dispensed is a unique, rich, shiny, creamy foam having go ...


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Gordon C Gilroy: Aerosol package having compressed gas propellant and vapor tap of minute size. Dallett Hoopes, July 10, 1990: US04940171 (85 worldwide citation)

Aerosol package employs a compressed gas such as carbon dioxide or nitrous oxide as propellant and provides a tiny vapor tap in the aerosol valve body to permit, in a restricted controlled way, the passage of the propellant gas into the aerosol valve. The diameter of the vapor tap is preferably in t ...


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Eric J Hansen, Lindsay M Ulman, Jonathan L Miner: Aerosol package. Bissell Homecare, McGarry Bair PC, April 4, 2006: US07021499 (75 worldwide citation)

An aerosol spray cleaner comprises two containers and a dispenser with a single dispensing spray outlet. One container has a cleaning composition and the other has an oxidizing composition. An integrally molded actuator includes a resiliently cantilevered lever connected to container valves to simul ...


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Carl W Goth: Aerosol valve for barrier type packages. The Continental Group, Charles E Brown, February 12, 1980: US04187985 (68 worldwide citation)

A dispensing nozzle for an aerosol package of the barrier type wherein a liquid product per se is directed out of the container through the usual valve. The nozzle is constructed to mix with the liquid product being dispensed air which is drawn in by the product so as to atomize the product and perm ...


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Laauwe Robert H: Aerosol package. Kenyon & Kenyon Reilly Carr & Chapin, January 29, 1974: US3788521 (62 worldwide citation)

An aerosol package includes a rigid container having a dispensing valve and a collapsible flexible container inside of this rigid container and internally fluid-connected to its valve, the flexible container containing an extrudable liquid product in which a liquified compressed gas is intimately wi ...


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Wolffe Harry Feinstone, Fred J Bandelin: Means for depositing aerosol sprays in buttery form. Plough, Bruce M Eisen, Stephen B Coan, January 4, 1977: US04001391 (60 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is an aerosol package and method using this package for dispensing substances in spray form and depositing them on a desired limited surface area in the form of a buttery, liquescent solid. The aerosol packaging contains an anhydrous, oleaginous base containing specified fats or wax ...


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Michael Franzke, Bernd Stein: Pigment-containing foamable gel and device producing a foam from said gel. Wella Aktiengesellschaft, Michael J Striker, December 11, 2001: US06328950 (56 worldwide citation)

The pigment-containing foamable gel for temporarily coloring the hair contains from 35 to 98 percent by weight water; one or more gel-forming thickener that imparts a yield point to the composition; at least one pigment; at least one film-forming, hair-fixing polymer; at least one foam-producing sur ...


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Laauwe Robert H: Aerosol valve actuator. Kenyon & Kenyon Reilly Carr & Chapin, October 21, 1975: US3913804 (50 worldwide citation)

An aerosol valve actuator internally forms a cylinder containing a rigid bodily slidable reciprocating piston behind the actuator's orifice and from which a piston rod extends forwardly with a forward end forming a valve head normally seating on the inside surface of the actuator surrounding its ori ...


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Peter G Pelton: Aerosol barrier package with a bag adhesively attached to the curl. The Continental Group, Charles E Brown, December 9, 1980: US04238264 (50 worldwide citation)

A barrier aerosol package wherein a product bag is positioned in a container and has the upper portion gathered and sealed to the container curl defining a valve cup receiving opening. A tool is provided for receiving the upper part of the product bag and supporting the bag for the application of a ...


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Herman E Jass, Frederick F Kohlhepp: Aerosol package. Carter Wallace, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, August 24, 1976: US03976223 (34 worldwide citation)

A valve-actuated aerosol package for separately storing and simultaneously dispensing in the form of a spray or stream a plurality of flowable materials. The package comprising a self-standing first container closed at one end with a dispensing valve at its opposite end and forming a first chamber. ...