Fine Mist Sprayer
XJT produces fine mist sprayer (also called as mist spray pump) using only the well known safe materials. No POM, nor rubber is contained. All materials are FDA standard.
There are different combinations of the closure, dosage, spraying pattern, etc. based on the feature of the final medical liquid spray. XJT will help customer choose the suitable one.
How does a mist sprayer work?
You pump the trigger up and down, forcing air (initially) from the nozzle. ... The air inside the top of the bottle is at higher pressure than the air in the tube, so it pushes down on the liquid. The liquid is forced up the tube toward the pump mechanism. The liquid leaves as a fine mist of aerosol spray
Mist sprayers are often used for body care products, but are also appropriate for other applications.
Polyprpylene (PP) is a tough plastic that has good chemical resistance. PP is translucent in its natural state but can have a glossy finish when produced with color. Some examples of common products made with PP are dairy and medication containers. Polypropylene is suitable for hot fill applications of up to 165°F and is therefore great for autoclaving. It is not recommended for cold or sub-freezing temperatures. The Cary Company has an assortment of polypropylene plastics available for purchase, such as plastic caps and jars, which have a higher tolerance for chemical products.
This information has been provided as a general guide. It is the customer's responsibility to select the proper container for product and application compatibility.
If you have a liquid that needs squirting, spraying, misting, or splattering, you need a sprayer. But what kind of sprayer do you need? There are so many to choose from! It may be overwhelming to look at all of the different types of sprayers available at Container & Packaging Supply, so let’s take a look at a few of the varieties and styles to find the perfect one for you. I did a bit of product testing on many of them to help determine which will work best.
The fine mist sprayers are perfect for spraying, you guessed it, fine mist a short distance. There are two different varieties: trigger and finger tip fine mist sprayers. The trigger sprayers have exactly that: a small trigger that, when pulled, squirts out liquid. The finger tip dispensers are the right size for one finger to depress. I tested these with various different liquids. Water and similarly viscous liquids create a perfect mist that extends about 3-6” from the nozzle. Light oil also produced a fine mist spray. Thicker liquids, such as lotion and conditioner, didn’t work well. A couple of the fine mist sprayers clogged due to their tiny dip tubes. This dispenser would be perfect for eyeglass cleaner or a similar product that only needs to be sprayed a short distance.
Regular Mist Sprayers
These dispensers spray quite a bit farther than the fine misters. The three regular mist sprayers are all finger-depressed. No triggers in this bunch! These didn’t get clogged, even with thick conditioner or dish soap. They spray a mist best, just as the fine misters do, with water. These two regular mist sprayers, the S007C and the S015, spray about 7-8” of water mist, and the other regular mist sprayer, the S010C, sprays about 17” of water mist. As the liquids get thicker, the misting quality decreases, but the distance that the sprayers shoot increases. Soap, lotion, and oil create more of a stream or splatter than a mist, but can spray up to 40” from the nozzle. These sprayers are best suited for creating mist with thin liquids.
If you are more interested in spraying streams even farther distances, then wait for the next post, where we’ll explore the trigger sprayers from Container & Packaging Supply.