Plastic Trigger Sprayers

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Plastic Trigger Sprayers

Typically used for spraying liquids such as cleaning solutions, insecticides, or other household products. They have a trigger mechanism that, when squeezed, sprays the liquid in a fine mist or stream.

Plastic Trigger Sprayers
  • Plastic Trigger Sprayers
  • Plastic Trigger Sprayers
  • Plastic Trigger Sprayers
  • Plastic Trigger Sprayers

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Trigger sprayers are widely used in various industries for dispensing liquids in a controlled manner. They consist

of several components, including a trigger, nozzle, dip tube, and closure, each designed to perform specific functions.

Here’s an overview of the categories and specifications commonly associated with trigger sprayers:

  1. Categories:
    • Standard Trigger Sprayers: These are the most common type of trigger sprayers used for household cleaning products, gardening solutions, and automotive products.
    • Industrial Trigger Sprayers: These are designed for heavy-duty use and are often used in commercial settings, such as janitorial applications or industrial cleaning.
    • Chemical Resistant Trigger Sprayers: Specifically designed to handle harsh chemicals and solvents, these trigger sprayers feature specialized materials and seals to prevent degradation or damage.
    • Adjustable Trigger Sprayers: These trigger sprayers allow users to adjust the spray pattern, such as switching between a stream and a mist, to suit different applications.
    • Foaming Trigger Sprayers: These sprayers are designed to dispense foam instead of liquid, commonly used for cleaning products where foam application is desired.
  2. Specifications:
    • Material: Trigger sprayers are typically made from plastic, with polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE), or polyethylene terephthalate (PET) being common choices. For industrial or chemical-resistant sprayers, materials like polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or fluorinated plastics may be used.
    • Nozzle Type: The nozzle determines the spray pattern (e.g., stream, mist, foam) and can vary in size and shape depending on the intended application.
    • Trigger Mechanism: The trigger mechanism controls the flow of liquid and can vary in design for comfort and ease of use. Some triggers may feature ergonomic designs or textured surfaces for better grip.
    • Closure Size: Trigger sprayers come in various closure sizes to fit different bottlenecks. Common sizes include 28/400, 28/410, and 24/410, referring to the diameter of the bottle opening in millimeters.
    • Dip Tube Length: The dip tube extends from the trigger sprayer into the bottle and determines how much liquid can be dispensed. Dip tube lengths can vary to accommodate different bottle sizes.
    • Output: This refers to the volume of liquid dispensed per trigger pull and is typically measured in milliliters (ml) or fluid ounces (oz).
    • Compatibility: Ensure compatibility between the trigger sprayer and the product being dispensed, especially for chemical-resistant applications where certain materials may react with the contents.
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