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since 1999

Ningbo Aobang Sprayer Co.,Ltd.

Ningbo Aobang Sprayer Co., Ltd. ( Yuyao Yunda Sprayer Co., Ltd ) was founded in 1999, which is a professional China Left-Right Lotion Pump Suppliers and wholesale Left-Right Lotion Pump factory. It has accumulated a wealth of research and development experience. And the products are widely used by many major domestic comsmetics company and medicine enterprise and are also exported to the united states,France and Korea,and many other countries and regions,receiving keen appreciations from the customers.we own import一export Authority.

Our company attaches importance to the application of high and new technology, focus on the independent research and development of new technology, new process, committed to providing good products for our customers. We have an engineering technology center, an independent R&D site, and perfect R&D testing equipment, which can meet the daily R&D needs. Through the development of technological innovation activities, we have so far obtained 3 authorized invention patents and 1 utility model patent.

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Left-Right Lotion Pump Industry Knowledge Extension

How to lock the left-right lotion pump?
1. Press the pump head (at this time, part of the liquid will flow out) to the end and hold it.
2. Rotate the pump head clockwise over 90 degrees or tighten it a few times to lock the pump head

The difference between left-right lotion pump and lotion pump
Left-right lotion pumps and lotion pumps are two different types of dispensing mechanisms commonly used in the packaging of personal care and cosmetic products.
A left-right lotion pump operates by pressing a button or "switch" that releases the product from the container. This type of pump is often used for products like shampoo and body wash, where a large volume of product is required for each dispense.
Lotion pumps, on the other hand, dispense product with a press and release action on the pump head. Lotion pumps are commonly used for products such as lotions and creams, which require a more controlled and precise amount of product.
Both left-right lotion pumps and lotion pumps have their own unique advantages and disadvantages, and the choice of which type to use often depends on the specific product and the dispensing experience desired by the user.

In which direction does the left-right lotion pump turn?
A left-right lotion pump is usually operated with a push-down and release motion. The user depresses the pump head, which releases a predetermined dose of product, and releases the pump to return to its original position. The direction of movement of the pump head during this process is usually downward.

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