A Lotion Pump is a type of cosmetic dispenser that disperses liquid from a bottle into the hand of the user. A pump's output varies depending on the type of pump and the size of the bottle. Some pumps have additional components to aid in product flow. Others have housing components that isolate the metal spring to prevent contact between the product and the spring.
Lotion pumps typically include a dip tube and an exit valve. An actuator moves up and down to dispense liquid into a chamber or into the consumer's hand. The faster you push the actuator, the more liquid is dispensed. There are three types of lotion pumps. Some pumps are down-lock, while others have an up-lock mechanism. There are also pumps that have no lock.
Lotion pumps are one of the easiest dispensing devices for viscous products. They are easy to use and are great for one-handed usage. They disperse product according to the desired amount. This method saves the user time, since she no longer needs to pick up the bottle. Another type of pump is the pump with a spray nozzle. A spray nozzle is a nozzle with several holes that allow a thinner liquid to pass through.
A lotion pump is a popular household dispenser. It is available in many shapes and sizes. It dispenses creams, lotions, tonics, and other liquid products. It is a popular type of dispenser and is designed for liquid products that need a high concentration. Moreover, it can be used to disperse disinfectant gel and liquid soap.