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What Are the Different Types of Lotion Pumps?

What is the Difference Between a Lotion Pump and a Dispensing Pump? These two products have very similar functions, but the differences lie in the inner components. Some lotion pumps have additional components to help the product flow. Others are designed to isolate a metal spring from the product, which prevents the product from making contact with the metal spring. To find the right lotion pump for your needs, consider the features below. Here are a few things to consider when buying a new lotion pump.
Dispensing pumps
There are many types of lotion pumps available. Some are lock-down, twist-lock, and even lock-up. These pumps contain a piston and an internal tube that allow a fluid to flow up through the pump chamber. These pumps can deliver different outputs, depending on the product being dispensed. You can also find lotion pumps that are designed to work with a specific brand of lotion. Here are a few of the most common types:
Lock-down pumps
If you want to dispense a large amount of liquids quickly, the Down Lock Lotion pump will do the trick. Simply twist the trigger to lock the pump and push down to release the product. Then, you can trim the tube at a 45-degree angle to fit smaller containers. This type of lotion pump is highly recommended for the health and beauty industry. However, it is recommended that you test your new pump before purchase to ensure that it will work correctly.
Cream pumps
A lotion or cream pump is an excellent choice if you're looking for a convenient way to dispense a product. Lotion pumps come in plastic bottles that are suitable for dispensing bath products. Some lotion pumps even feature a locking neck so that the customer can carry the bottle home without worrying about spills or leaks. While a plastic pump is a cheaper option than a metal one, it's worth considering if you're planning to make large orders.
Crimp pumps
Crimp pumps are a popular choice for lotions and perfumes. They are mechanical devices that disperse liquids through plastic pipes. Depending on the design, crimp pumps may be designed to dispense 0.5ml of liquid, 0.12ml, or even 0.28ml. These pumps are available in a variety of sizes, and the amount of liquid that can be dispensed depends on the product's viscosity and priming. They are also commonly used in air fresheners, car air fresheners, and other products that are intended for mass consumption.
Dispensing pumps with metal free pathway
A dispensing pump with a metal free pathway prevents product contact with the steel spring. Various pumps have different layouts, including metal-free models. Metal-free pumps also have a unique design, with the piston and other components located outside the product pathway. The pump has a metal-free pathway and is compatible with a full range of GS actuators and collars. The closure is usually made of plastic and screws onto a bottle neck fish.