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Select-A-Spray®

[Category : - OTHER- Construction Processes & Equipment- Tools]
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Technology that eliminates "finger fatigue" w/aerosols and spray paint.

A spray control device for aerosol cans is provided having three or more dispensing positions. The positions in the preferred embodiment include “automatic” for continuous spray, “manual” for normal push-button control, and “off” to prevent spraying.

Adjustment between the various positions is achieved by rotation of a centrally located, floating spray button device that nests on top of an aerosol can. The central spray button device floats within a can coupling ring to accommodate any misalignment between the spray control device and spray can, and movement of the central spray button device is guided by a pin and track combination for predictable and repeatable control over paint or other fluid application.

A guide ring is press-fit into the can coupling ring, and both act as a part of the guide track for the central spray button device. The guide ring may optionally be removable to permit complete disassembly and cleaning.


Financial information

A) A private label brand.

B) An equitable licensing agreement.

C) Funding sources (non-investor/equity) for a 2020 roll out, including home shopping networks.

The global DIY (Do-It-Yourself) market including aerosol spray paint, as well as, automotive, marine, railroad and farm machinery repair, is a multi-billion dollar industry. There are over 500 million spray paint cans sold annually.

From: Link

"The global aerosol market size was valued at USD 67.87 billion in 2018 and is estimated to witness a CAGR of 5.5% from 2019 to 2025. The growth is majorly driven by the increasing consumption of personal care products such as deodorants, shaving creams, hair sprays, and body sprays."