How to choose the correct plastic pump head for Cosmetic Treatment Pumps?
It is important to choose the correct plastic pump head. First of all, the use of plastic pump head type will affect the product quality. If the surface is not cleaned properly, the coating can easily corrode and cause defects. Secondly, plastic pump heads are different in the use of water and chemicals. Choosing the right plastic pump head will ensure you don't overuse these expensive resources. Third, choosing the right corrosion-resistant material and the right plastic pump head can keep the plastic pump head in its best condition. Finally, some plastic pump heads on the market today speed up assembly and disassembly, greatly reducing downtime. Also, depending on your application and the number of plastic pump heads, you can specify "quick change", self-calibrating plastic pump heads, and plastic pumps, a real plus for maintenance.
There are many plastic pump heads to choose from, detailing their lifespan to reduce downtime. The quick-connect clip-on plastic pump head has a stainless steel clip for quickly clipping existing nozzles to plastic nozzles. In this way, the outer cover provides more options for quick replacement of the plastic pump head.
The clip-on plastic pump head makes quick disassembly easier and there are no plastic pump head assembly tools. In addition, the direction and routing of the plastic pump head can be directly adjusted manually. In addition to convenience, the plastic pump head features a polypropylene construction that can withstand high temperatures and is highly resistant to corrosion. Many manufacturers use extruded plastic pumps to phosphatize, heat seal, and clean metal parts through a pretreatment channel.
Plastic quick change plastic pumps are another option for spraying phosphates, acids, solvents, or caustic. The unique liquid design corrodes the metal-plastic pump, and the quick-change plastic pump is chemically coupled. Glass fiber-reinforced polypropylene combines strength and durability with excellent chemical resistance. Toolless plastic pumps are easier to disassemble and reduce downtime compared to traditional threaded plastic pumps.