Investors find 4Ry an attractive investment, due to their drive to reduce the environmental impact of a huge variety of spray applications
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (PRWEB) October 13, 2022
Most spraying and fuel combustion technologies are hazardous and wasteful. Aerosol drift and overspray cause the loss of fluid and fuel, dispersing hazardous, environmentally toxic aerosol and particulate emissions.
4Ry's green-tech Spray Triode Atomizer is solving this issue. It imparts a negative charge to the sprayed fluid before it leaves the nozzle – allowing the negatively charged droplets to repel each other. Consequently, the spray provides its own propulsion. This eliminates the need for energy intensive high pressurization, or for chemical propellants and superfluous water in the spray. Once in use, the droplet size and spray path can be controlled: with little to no aerosol drift, the spray’s wrap-around effect can thoroughly and evenly coat all surfaces with little to no overspray.
4Ry's co-founder, Dr. Arnold Kelly, is one of the world’s leading authorities on charge-injected spraying - he invented it! He has authored or co-authored 20 technical papers on charge injection, and is the named inventor on 20 patents. Additionally, he is the inventor of 4Ry’s foundational charge-injection patent.
4Ry's equity crowdfunding campaign is currently active on StartEngine. Since the start of their campaign, they have raised over $100K. Investors find 4Ry an attractive investment, due to their drive to reduce the environmental impact of a huge variety of spray applications. Their ChIPS (Charge-Injected Precision Spraying) technology is working to achieve that goal – while generating profits for the company and its investors.
Interested parties can learn more about how 4Ry is tapping into multi-billion dollar spraying markets here.
4Ry’s patented charge-injected spray green technology is safer for humans, animals, plants, and the environment. The green-tech company is in prototype mode with field-demonstrated, prototype form-oil, distilled water, and cattle sprayers.