Aerosol Can Accessories User Guide

An aerosol can, also known as a spray can, is a commonly used spray device that finds applications in personal care, cleaning, agriculture, and other fields. This guide aims to provide you with detailed information about aerosol can accessories, helping you understand the functions and usage of each component. Whether you are a beginner or seeking in-depth knowledge about aerosol can operations, this guide will provide you with guidance and support.

Table of Contents:  

1. Spray Head (Nozzle)
2. Cap (Sealing Cover) 
3. Valve
4. Spray Tube (Nozzle Extension)
5. Propellant Canister
6. Liquid Container
7. Trigger (Actuator)

Spray Head (Nozzle): The spray head is a core component of an aerosol can responsible for generating the spray. Depending on the spray requirements, the spray head offers various spray patterns and angles. Typically made of plastic or metal, the spray head can be adjusted or rotated to change the shape and range of the spray.


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Rotate the spray head to adjust the spray pattern, such as direct spray, misting, or wide-angle spray.

Adjust the spray angle as needed, selecting upward, downward, or all-around spray directions.

Cap (Sealing Cover):

The cap is used to cover the nozzle, preventing spray leakage or spillage. Always ensure that the cap is tightly closed when the aerosol can is not in use to maintain nozzle cleanliness and liquid safety.

Gently rotate the cap using your fingers or an appropriate tool to ensure a tight seal over the nozzle.


The valve is the control mechanism of an aerosol can, responsible for regulating the spray release. By opening or closing the valve, you can control the spray intensity and duration.

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To open the valve, press or rotate the valve switch, connecting the spray head to the propellant canister, allowing the liquid to be expelled through the nozzle.

To close the valve, restore the valve switch to the closed position, stopping the spray.

Spray Tube (Nozzle Extension):

The spray tube is a pipe that connects the bottom of the aerosol can to the nozzle, facilitating liquid transfer. It guides the flow of liquid, ensuring proper functioning of the nozzle.



Check the spray tube for any damage, blockages, or defects.

Connect the spray tube tightly to the bottom of the aerosol can.

Propellant Canister:

The propellant canister provides the pressure necessary to propel the liquid out of the aerosol can. The propellant canister is typically preloaded within the aerosol can and can be released by operating the valve.

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Before initial use, read the user manual to understand the correct operating procedures.

Check the propellant canister for safety markings, ensuring the canister is intact and within its expiration date.

Liquid Container:

The liquid container is where the aerosol can stores the liquid for spraying. It is usually made of plastic or glass and has an appropriate capacity and measurement scale.

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Check the liquid container for integrity, ensuring there are no cracks or leaks.

Use the measurement scale to check the liquid level in the container, avoiding overfilling or underfilling.

Trigger (Actuator):

The trigger is the actuating device of an aerosol can, used to release the spray. By pressing the trigger, the spray is expelled.

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