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Propulsion Cans
Description: The manufacturing of aerosol cans in a Philadelphia can factory.

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Clip #: MF-29G
Length: 3:18
Year: 1955
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: North America
Country: United States
State: Pennsylvania
City: Philadelphia
Subject: Manufacturing
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1950s, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, can factory, sheets of tin plated steel, propulsion cans, aerosol cans, female worker fanning out stamped can bottoms, Crown Can Division, Crown Cork & Seal Company, Inc, male worker removing shallow steel cup of can from conveyor and examining it, male worker monitoring cans traveling past on conveyor, can interiors being sprayed with coatings after being degreased, female worker stacking can bottoms to be attached to body of can with double seam, man worker monitoring equipment, mounting caps traveling on conveyors, research department, male worker testing can submerged in water, female workers removing cans from conveyor and packing into boxes, sunbathing woman spraying herself with suntan lotion in aerosol can, woman watching her reflection in mirror combing her hair and and spraying her hair with hairspray in aerosol can, man watching his reflection in mirror as he dispenses shaving cream from aerosol can into his hand and applies it to his face, man spraying paint / varnish / protective coating onto outside of refrigerator, woman dispensing whipped cream onto desert for smiling boy who eagerly eats it


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