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When it comes to aerosols, everyone may be confused. However, it is no stranger to aerosols, insecticides and other common aerosols in life. Due to the ease of use, the seal has a long shelf life, its effect is directly effective, and is increasingly popular with consumers.
Aerosols were produced in Norway in the early 1930s. During the Second World War, US troops stationed abroad used insecticide aerosols to drive away mosquitoes and flies. In 1945, the United States transformed insecticidal aerosols from military to civilian and put them on the market for public sale. In 1946, there was only one insecticide aerosol on the US market.
Two years later, indoor disinfectant aerosols and car aerosols were added. Subsequently, various medical aerosols continued to appear on the international market. In the 1970s, there were about 60 countries producing aerosols abroad. In recent years, due to the continuous development of science and technology, the application range of aerosol products has become wider and wider, and there are more and more types.
The application scope of aerosol has been extended to various fields and entered thousands of families. In various countries, pharmaceutical manufacturing has become a major industry for industry and civilian use. In the early 1980s, insecticide aerosols and mousse aerosol products that had just been put on the market were widely welcomed by people, and the needs of the society. The industry of aerosol production is booming.