Description:Using a Polyurethane Bag with a Polyethylene lining, Fluid channels are welded into bag, PVC misting nozzle and a Fluid connection point is welded to the bag, a mount device Bracket with a grommet hole is welded to the top of bag this also gives the bag its stability. Device mounts on wall with a suction cup.
The fluid device is about the size of a standard aerosol sunscreen mister and made of PVC. Design to hold 6 ounces of fluid.
The pump is located at the bottom of device and locks into place after pumping. The top of the device has a trigger and dispenses the fluid. A quick release connection allows you to hook to the wall mounted misting device or hook a single mister to device in order to spray the rest of your body. It's an all in on sunscreen applying device.
All elements are necessary. You could use more or less nozzles on bag depending on diameter each nozzle can cover.
>>Mist from bag Needs to cover at least 18inch x20inch area equally.
>>Liquid must flow or be suctioned back into dispenser after use!!
>>Make small as functionally possible
>>Design small carrying bag for device.
How The it Works:
The misting device is placed on a wall at chest level, a suction cup holds device to the wall. The Fluid device is filled to 3/4 then closed. Connect the PVC fluid line with the quick release connections to the pump device then the misting device. Pump the fluid device manually until pressure is built up in device. Person steps 1-2 feet from the wall with back towards device. Person closes eyes and pushes release trigger on fluid delivery device for 3 seconds. Person then turns around and repeats steps.
Wants:1. Grommet hole to mount device. 3/8 to 1/2 preferably (but not necessarily
2. Bracket to hold bag welded to bag.6 to 7 inches long preferably (but not necessarily
3. Fluid channels welded in bag. 1/4 preferably (but not necessarily)
4. PVC misting nozzle welded to bag. 1/4 to 3/8 preferably (but not necessarily)
5. Fluid connection point welded to bag.3/8 preferably (but not necessarily)
6. Polyurethane Bag with a Polyethylene bag 10 to12 inches in length by 5-7 inches wide (but not necessarily)
7. Manual hand pump 1.5 to 2.5 diameters preferably (but not necessarily)
8. Main Cylinder.1.5 to 2.5 diameter preferably (but not necessarily)
9. Twist off cap1.5 to 2.5 diameter preferably (but not necessarily)
10. Trigger 3/4 to 1.5 diameter preferably (but not necessarily)
11. Quick Connection point and Dispensing. 3/8 preferably (but not necessarily)
12. Extraction line. 1/8 to 1/4 preferably (but not necessarily)
13. Pump component.3/8 to 1/2 diameter preferably (but not necessarily)
14. Quick connecting mister.3/8 preferably (but not necessarily)
15. (Not Shown in Drawing) 18-24 inch long 1/4 flex tube with 3/8 connection point on both ends preferably size and length (but not necessarily)
Relationship Between The Components:
6) Polyurethane Bag with a Polyethylene lining is the base.3) Fluid channels are welded in bag,2) Bracket to give bag a durable holding pattern is welded to bag,1)Grommet hole is pre molded in bracket to mount device,4)PVC misting nozzle welded to bag,5)Fluid connection point welded to bag.
Fluid Dispensing Device
7) Manual pump is located at the bottom of device and locks into place after pumping. 8) Main cylinder cavity.9) A twist off top.10) trigger for fluid dispensing 11) A quick release connection allows you to hook to the wall mounted misting device or hook a single mister to device. 12) Extraction line 13) Internal pressure pump for air intake. 14) Single quick connecting mister.15) Not Shown in drawing 18-24 inch pvc fluid line 1/4 in size.
It's an all in on sunscreen applying device.
All elements are necessary. You could use more or less nozzles depending on diameter each nozzle can cover.
Don't Wants:Nozzles that drip.
File Size Limit:10 MB - 24 MB
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