To prevent clogging or leakage issues with lotion pumps
, here are some tips:
1. Choose the right viscosity: Ensure that the lotion or product being dispensed is compatible with the pump's design and recommended viscosity range. Using a product that is too thick or too thin for the pump's specifications can cause clogging or leakage issues.
2. Avoid using abrasive particles: If the lotion contains abrasive particles or exfoliating agents, they can potentially clog the pump mechanism. Consider using a formulation that is free of such particles or ensure they are finely ground and won't cause any blockages.
3. Keep the pump clean: Regularly clean and maintain the pump to prevent buildup of residue or dried product that can lead to clogging. Disassemble the pump and rinse it with warm water to remove any leftover lotion or debris. Allow it to dry thoroughly before reassembling.
4. Proper closure and storage: Make sure the lotion pump is tightly closed after use to prevent air exposure and potential drying or clogging. Store the container in an upright position to minimize the risk of leakage or pump failure.
5. Test the pump before use: Before incorporating the lotion pump into your product packaging, conduct thorough testing to ensure it dispenses the product smoothly without any clogging or leakage issues. This can help identify any potential problems in advance.
6. Quality control: Work with reputable suppliers or manufacturers that have quality control protocols in place. This ensures that the lotion pumps are manufactured to high standards, reducing the risk of clogging or leakage.
7. Regularly inspect and replace worn-out parts: Over time, pump components may wear out, leading to clogs or leaks. Regularly inspect the pump mechanism and replace any worn-out or damaged parts to maintain optimal performance.Lotion pump EB-LP-001A/B/C/D