Spray fillers and


Producer of private

label Aerosols

Quality & Laboratory

Everton boasts one of the most modern production and commercial facilities currently operating in Europe.

In designing our new plant systems, we applied the strictest current environmental and safety regulations: an additional assurance for our customers and staff. The in-house chemical laboratory handles research and executive development of innovative, environment-friendly products and related quality control.

Traditional “system”

Bulk products generally comprise a liquid phase (but also powder or paste) and are mixed inside the canister with a propellant gas that may be a liquid under pressure, such as LPG, or compressed (such as air, nitrogen, carbon dioxide). The valve and the spray button, together with propellant, emit the contents in the form of a spray, foam or powder, etc.

Bag-On-Valve System

In the Bag-On-Valve (BOV) system, one bag is sealed directly to the valve. This consequently creates two separate compartments: the inside of the bag, which is filled with the bulk product, and an outside chamber between bag and the canister containing the propellant which, in this case, simply applies pressure on the bag during use. The BOV system offers many advantages over the traditional system, first and foremost the possibility of packaging very dense products (gel type), which are particularly sensitive to contact with gas or air, or those intended for use with foods or pharmaceuticals.

We produce for 4 sectors

Spray Production


Spray Production

Medical Device

Spray Production

House Hold

Spray Production

Third Party


We are at your complete disposition to provide any further details you may require. Feel free to contact us and we will be delighted to meet your requirements. Fill in and send the forma t the side and we will contact you as soon as possible. EVERTON Via Azzano 37064 Povegliano V.se (VR) – Italia Tel: +39 045 6350595 Fax: +39 045 6350653 Email: info@everton.it

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