He Did Not Pursue The Idea Of His Spray Shield Until 1984 When He Retired From Cheyney University As A Campus Police Officer.

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news-inventor032617-01 The idea for the spray shield came to Fleming in 1965 while he worked on a car engine. He had accidentally put the car’s radiator fan in backwards, causing it to blow air all over him. “That’s when the idea came in for the hurricane spray shield,” said Fleming, who now lives in Springfield, Delaware County. He did not pursue the idea of his spray shield until 1984 when he retired from Cheyney University as a campus police officer. He worked on creating his prototype, a nozzle that fits over hoses and disperses a stream of water or flame suppressing chemicals. The nozzle rotates 360 degrees and reaches a wider area than current https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/e3ec7365-1b09-44f2-906f-19826275860f/entry/InventHelp_Meet_The_Leading_Inventor_Service_Company nozzles. The device has a remote control feature, which helps firefighters keep a safe distance from a blaze. “In 1992, I scraped a bit of enough money to have a patent,” Fleming said. He traveled to Washington D.C., and has an official patent certificate stamped Dec.

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