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Toll Free
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+971-4-2352010
Box No.
35124
Emirate
Dubai
Area
Deira
Location
Deira Souq Murshid Bazaar
Mobile
Toll Free
Fax
+971-6-5353964
Box No.
24756
Emirate
Sharjah
Area
Industrial Area 15
Location
Industrial Area 15, Nr National Paints
Est.
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Unverified
Mobile
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+971-2-5546769
Box No.
43539
Emirate
Abu Dhabi
Area
Location
Mussafah - MN3, Plot 3-G
Mobile
Toll Free
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+971-6-5339239
Box No.
5079
Emirate
Sharjah
Area
BMW Road
Location
BMW Rd, Bhnd Alico Aluminium Co
Est.
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Mobile
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+971-4-3386834
Box No.
114657
Emirate
Dubai
Area
Al Quoz
Location
Al Quoz

Category : Aerosols

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Unverified
Mobile
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+971-4-2382986
Box No.
69021
Emirate
Dubai
Area
Location
Al Qusais, Damascus St, Nr Dubai Residential Oasis

Category : Aerosols

Mobile
Toll Free
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+971-6-5339239
Box No.
5079
Emirate
Sharjah
Area
BMW Road
Location
BMW Rd, Bhnd Alico Aluminium Co
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FAQS

What is aerosol?

An Aerosol is simply the phenomenon that generates suspension of tiny droplets or particles in the air. These droplets mainly include dust, mists, fumes, and other components that might upset the workers. Coming in contact with aerosols is not advisable since it might cause potential harm.

What are aerosols? How do they affect our environment?

When a colloid with solid particles or liquid droplets is detected either in the air or other gases of the atmosphere, we can say that an aerosol is identified. An aerosol can affect the climate by changing the amount of heat in the atmosphere.

What is an 'aerosol' spray?

Aerosol spray is a kind of dispensing system (also referred to as a self-contained dispensing system) used to store a substance inside a small metal canister. This substance will be pushed out and inhaled directly as a part of medication. For example, aerosol sprays are used by Asthma patients.

What are natural aerosols?

The most common examples of natural aerosols are dust, fog, mist, etc. These are simply the suspension of significant solid particles or liquid droplets in standard air or other gases of the atmosphere. They are commonly found in the air over deserts, forests, glaciers, etc.

How are aerosols created?

There are many methods behind the creation of aerosols. Naturally, aerosols are the products of dust blown by the wind. Significant volcanic eruption and fossil fuel combustion resulted from automobiles, jets/airplanes, harmful factory emissions, etc. Even bursting bubbles are said to create aerosols.

What happens if an aerosol can is placed in a fire?

It is NOT advisable to throw an aerosol can onto a fire. Aerosol cans should not be exposed directly to the sunlight either. The heat will build the pressure when coming in contact with the aerosol substance and burst, even explode when contacted with a naked flame.

Why do we need to shake an aerosol can?

The main reason you need to shake an aerosol can well before using it is to mix the product (substance) and propellant well before use. This will maximize the effect of the mixture and make it work more efficiently to draw expected outcomes.

Who invented aerosol?

The aerosol dispensing system was first patented as a can by Norwegian engineer Erik Rotheim on November 23, 1927. This can be designed to hold and dispense products and propellant systems following the requirement. It has always been used to create an aerosol mist of liquid particles.

What do 'nuclear aerosols' mean?

Nuclear aerosols are also referred to as radioactive aerosols. This type of aerosol is often the product of nuclear accidents, the natural decay process, and the decommissioning of nuclear reactors. Even a nuclear power plant failure can release a terrible amount of nuclear aerosols.

How do aerosol sprays work?

In an aerosol spray, liquefied gas is usually used as a propellant. Upon release, the gas evaporates from the liquid in the container, and it generates enough pressure within the can or container to dispense it as per the necessity.

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