The world of lotion pumps contains many options. We have many people in the packaging industry who have raised many questions.
There are 3 lock differences for the lotion dispensing pump. These include:
Let's take a closer look at the details of each locking mechanism.
Lock water pump
Locking lotion pumps are the most popular dispensers. It looks very desirable and provides stylish finishes. The consumer must press the pump to dispense the liquid inside. After applying pressure to the pump, the pump head will be pushed back to its original position. Among all available pumps, it is simple and easy to use. The locking function can also be locked by twisting the nozzle.
Locking lotion pump
The lock lotion pump is located high above the main base unit. To use this pump, you must first unlock the pump outlet. The pump becomes available and dispenses the required liquid application. If necessary, the locking pump can be pushed down and locked again.
Both locking and locking provide several advantages, including:
Once opened and locked, the content can stay fresh for a longer period of time
Ideal for travel because the contents are locked and will not overflow
If needed, lock-in lotion pump can dispense larger doses
Locking pump has a very unique design
The lock is the most popular design in the packaging industry.
Clip lock lotion pump
Clip lock pumps have a series of lock, twist lock and lock styles. The clip lock lotion pump is equipped with a plastic clip attached to the neck of the pump. This is used to detect any tampering with the product (anti-tampering) and can also be used as a child safety device.
All the lotion pumps mentioned can be used for various liquid products. These include soaps, hand creams, antibacterial foams, lotions or shower gels, and hair care products.
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