The Lotion Dispenser Pump , a lotion pump is the most popular dispensing method for viscous, viscous liquid products in the personal care and beauty world, and comes in all shapes and sizes. When used as designed, the pump dispenses the correct amount of product time and time again. But have you ever wondered what's in a lotion pump that makes it work? Although there are hundreds of different designs on the market today, the fundamentals are the same to give an overview of these components and how they contribute to the overall function of the pump. Product from bottle to hand. The actuator or pump head is the tool that the consumer presses to draw the product out of the container.
This actuator is usually made of PP plastic, can come in many different designs, and usually comes with a lock-up or lock-down function to prevent accidental output. It's a component design that is designed to separate one pump from another, and that's where ergonomics play a role in consumer satisfaction. The assembly screws the entire assembly to the end of the neck of the bottles. It is a common neck polish destination, such as is usually made of PP plastic and is usually designed with ribbed sides or smooth sides. In some cases, a shiny metal case can be installed to give the lotion pump a high-end, elegant look.
The gasket is usually a friction fit to the inside of the closure, and it acts as a gasket barrier on the bottle groove area to prevent product leakage. This outer gasket can be made from a variety of materials depending on the manufacturer's design: rubber, LDPE are just two of the many possible options. Sometimes referred to as the pump assembly housing, this assembly holds all pump assemblies in place and serves as a dip tube is sent to the actuator and finally to the transfer chamber in the user's hand. This part is usually made of PP plastic. Depending on the output and design of the lotion pump, the size of this housing can vary widely.