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Trigger pump sprayer: application, dosage, design, etc.

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    June 12, 2019 2:38 AM PDT

    Plastic Sprayers Supplier    use plastic materials to study different types of spray pumps. This allows the use of a variety of commercial and household liquids at low cost. The powerful trigger spray pump was also developed using plastic and now has a range of beautiful designs, styles, colours and safety features.

    We will explore all the possibilities and considerations for triggering the pump. We hope this will give you a better understanding of how and why you use them.


    TRIGGER sprayer application
    Trigger spray pumps are used in a variety of liquid applications. The most popular must be a cleaning product. These will include disinfectants, soaps and cleaning foams. Trigger spray pumps can also be used in hair products such as gels and sprays, strong detergents such as detergents or alloy wheel cleaners. The medical industry also uses these products for pain relief. In fact, in most industrial areas, you may find trigger sprays for some type of solution.

    TRIGGER spray output and dose
    Trigger Sprayers offer different outputs, including higher output of 0.75ml, 1.3ml and 1.6ml. The most popular is 1.3ml because it provides good consistency for most liquid types.

    The trigger pump provides a good dose range. This can be important depending on the application and purpose. The dose can be from 0.22 ml to 1.5 ml. This application can also affect the diffusion (surface area) and the fog generated by the trigger pump. If the product requires a larger amount of application, a higher dose is recommended.


    Spray pattern and viscosity
    Spray mode is very important for certain liquid products. You may need a wide, short range, fog or foam solution. The type of liquid used is the most important factor here. A good comparison is a frying oil or foam cleaning product. Frying oil requires a wide range of short-range sprays. This will perfectly cover the frying pan before cooking. Foaming sprays require a short-range mechanism because the contents have different consistency and the liquid will be applied more directly.

    The viscosity of the fluid that triggers the pump is a measure of its resistance to gradual deformation of shear or tensile stress. For liquids, it corresponds to the informal concept of "thickness"; for example, honey has a much higher viscosity than water. High viscosity (HV) pumps can handle thicker liquids more efficiently.

    TRIGGER sprayer design
    Trigger spray pumps come in a variety of designs, styles and colors to choose from. Depending on your product line, you may want to offer classic, modern, technical or potentially futuristic products. The shield is a plastic container around the trigger mechanism. There are some great designs to choose from. There is also a variant of the trigger pump called a micro-trigger pump. Micro-trigger pumps are also available for a variety of liquid product solutions.

    Properly reaching your target market means you need to do some research, especially color matching options. In order to give you some tips, we have some color code options for you.

    These are not mandatory, but consumers are accustomed to seeing these colors in these industries.

    Child safety function
    We all know that some liquids can be fatal to young children. If you use the wrong nozzle or some liquid can actually burn your skin, they can inhale chemicals. Child safety is very important when choosing a trigger pump. Here are our top 4 child safety tips:

    #1. If the chemical is toxic to the lungs, consider using a blowing agent.
    #2. Most trigger sprayers have a twist lock at the end of the nozzle. This is the perfect solution for young children.
    #3. Some trigger sprays have a snap-on screw cap. This design is difficult to remove.
    #4. The trigger sprayer can also be equipped with an on/off clamp that slides from left to right for both working and non-working modes.


    Why use the TRIGGER PUMP sprayer?
    The trigger sprayer consists of a simple plastic squeeze pump handle that can be mounted on plastic bottles of different designs. They bring several benefits to consumers.

    Easy to use
    Child safety
    Great design
    Color matching options work with your brand.

    How does the trigger pump work?
    The trigger spray pump has a very simple design that can be used with multiple components to ensure that the pumping action delivers the liquid as a spray into the bottle. Use a few fingers to pull the trigger lever to activate the small pump. The pump is connected to a plastic tube that draws cleaning fluid from the bottom of the reservoir inside the bottle. The pump forces the liquid to eject a small hole outward along a narrow cylinder.

    Inside the shroud, there is a small spring that compresses the liquid once it is pulled back by the trigger. The moving piston compresses the spring so that when you release the trigger, the piston pushes out of the washer. These two strokes of the piston again move the cylinder out and contribute to the entire pump cycle.

    This extraction motion causes the cylinder to contract and forces the fluid to flow out as a one-way system. Once the trigger is released, the action allows the process to be repeated without any transfer problems. Depending on the type of pump and the delivery plan, a slightly different design is used.