Components Of 100ml Plastic Spray Bottle

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    Spray bottles are great because they are more than just a container. They are also an excellent tool for dispensing liquid products. You can use them to apply chemical or organic cleaners, perfumes, colognes, air fresheners, hair sprays, pepper sprays, and even salad dressings.

    However, the spray bottle also has a rather complicated structure. This is mainly due to their dispensers or nozzles. Due to this component, the spray bottle may be a more challenging bottle to clean and reuse

    Unlike other jars and bottles with simpler caps, typical dishwashing methods may not be enough to clean spray bottles. Moreover, the contents they usually hold are mostly very strong chemicals and substances. Failure to clean the container thoroughly may leave a certain amount of these chemicals in the container. Therefore, these may contaminate the new contents of the bottle you are about to fill.

    Cleaning spray bottles may not be as easy as cleaning most other types of containers. However, of course there are some feasible methods for you to do it yourself. The function of the spray bottles is too good to let this small problem prevent us from reusing them. do not worry. We will help you.
    Understand how spray bottles work: parts and mechanisms
    Before getting into the cleaning part, let's take a closer look at our chosen theme.
    The 100ml Plastic Spray Bottle may be one of the best examples of how we can apply the principles found in nature to simple techniques. The ingenious idea behind the spray bottle is actually the same as the principle that enables our heart to pump blood throughout the body. This is what we call the reciprocating pump mechanism.
    In a reciprocating pump, two alternating actions are involved. The first action is to collect liquid into a small chamber through an opening. The second action is to release the liquid through the second opening. This is how the heart collects oxygenated blood from the lungs into the ventricles, and then pumps it out to other parts of the body.

    In the spray bottle, these two actions are completed whenever you press the button (or actuator), and the second action is to rise after you release the button. The release actuator will allow the pump to draw liquid from the inside of the container into a small cylindrical chamber. The chamber is located in the neck area of ​​the bottle. Then pressing the actuator will release the liquid from the chamber into the nozzle and then from the bottle.

    The reciprocating pump is a relatively simple concept, but it is very suitable as a dispensing mechanism for spray bottles. It can also be found in many other applications, such as medical equipment and aviation. It is also the basic principle of extracting water and oil from the ground.


    Fine mist spray bottle
    A very popular spray bottle is the fine mist spray bottle. This is a great spray bottle because it can spray liquid into such small droplets-so small that it can almost turn its contents into a mist. Smaller droplets mean more uniform distribution. This is why it works well as a liquid dispenser.

    The fine mist spray bottle still uses a reciprocating pump. However, this type of spray bottle uses special parts called inserts. The insert is just a mouthpiece in which the liquid passes through a set of channels before leaving the bottle. Whenever the contents are distributed, this group of multiple channels will produce a foggy pattern.

    The structure of the fine mist spray bottle is also very suitable for minimizing the volume of the container. They are known for their fashionable and elegant forms. The fine mist spray bottle is definitely a cool crowd in the world of spray bottles. They are ideal for colognes, perfumes, essential oil blends, yoga mat cleaners, air fresheners, etc. That's great, don't you think?


    If you have other types of spray bottles, the cleaning techniques we will discuss also apply.

     

     

    Parts of fine mist spray bottle
    The composition of a fine mist spray bottle involves many different parts. The design and name of the part may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Nevertheless, the principles they both use are basically the same.

    As a general guide, we can refer to this list to determine the different parts of building this smart device. Let's try to see what these components are so that we can better understand how to clean them in the future.

    Dust cap
    Actuator
    Insert
    shut down
    Gasket
    Pump mechanism
    Dip tube

    Dust cap
    The dust cap is the top of the bottle. It is a safety helmet that protects actuators and nozzles from dust and other harmful substances. It also prevents you from accidentally pressing the actuator.

    Dust caps are available in different materials and finishes. Some people may think it is an accessory, easy to lose. Nevertheless, its purpose is obviously also very important.
    g Spray bottle without dust cap. If possible, look for replacement caps.


    Actuator or trigger
    The actuator is covered by a dust cap, which is the part you press to dispense the contents of the bottle. It sticks out of the container like a head.

    You may be familiar with lotion dispensers with actuators, which are table-shaped, with a thin neck and a flat top. However, the actuator in the fine mist spray bottle is hollow to hold other components in it. In fine mist spray bottles, the actual spray holes can also be found on the surface of the actuator.


    Insert or nozzle
    The insert is actually the mouth of a fine mist spray bottle. However, more importantly, it is actually the part that defines the spray bottle. This small piece turns the liquid content into a mist. Its interior consists of multiple channels through which the liquid passes before leaving the container.

    The insert is installed inside the actuator and only appears as a small hole on its surface.


    shut down
    The closure wraps the spray bottle in the collar directly below the actuator. The cap secures all components to the actual bottle. The dust cap is also located on the top of the closure, where it can be securely snapped into place.

    The seal can be smooth, matte or satin. Sometimes it is even designed to connect seamlessly with the bottle.


    Gasket
    Although it is one of the least obvious parts, the gasket is actually an important part of assembling a spray bottle. The gasket is a thin, flat material used as a seal to prevent leakage of the contents. It is located in the area where the bottom of the cap intersects the actual bottle.

    The material used as the gasket may vary, depending on the substance it is leak-proof. It has been tested to ensure its compatibility and reliability.


    Pump mechanism
    The core of each fine mist spray bottle is the pump mechanism. Unlike other parts, the pump mechanism consists of several smaller parts, including the piston, housing cover, valve stem, spring, seal, and female housing.

    The working principle of the pump has been explained earlier in this article. It transfers the liquid content from the container to the actuator. The alternate action of pressing down the actuator and making it bounce back is the power of the pump. The release actuator enables the pump to draw liquid from the bottle and fill its chamber. Therefore, pushing the actuator down is the reason for driving the liquid from the chamber to the insert and expelling it from the bottle.

    Have you noticed that when a spray bottle is just taken out of the store, it will not discharge its contents the first time it is pressed? That's because of the way the pump mechanism works. When the spray bottle is still not in use, the pump chamber is still empty. It requires the bouncing motion of the actuator to make it fill its cavity first. Naturally, once the chamber is full, the contents will only come out the second or third time.


    Dip tube
    In order for the liquid contents to enter the pump from the bottom of the bottle, they pass through a thin channel called a dip tube.

    The dip tube is connected to the bottom of the pump and extends to the bottom of the container. Its bottom is usually cut into a "V" shape or bevel to prevent the tube from clogging.


    Bottle/body
    The actual bottle or body is the largest part of the entire spray bottle. It basically holds the liquid content and is also the reason for keeping the container upright.

    Although most dispensing parts are made of plastic (except springs), the body can be made of a variety of materials, such as plastic, metal, and glass.

    Taking into account the advantages of repeated use, we recommend that you choose a glass spray bottle. Glass has unique adsorption characteristics that enable it to adsorb liquids more effectively than other materials. Learn more about the benefits of glass bottles here.

     

    Spray bottles are great because they are more than just a container. They are also an excellent tool for dispensing liquid products. You can use them to apply chemical or organic cleaners, perfumes, colognes, air fresheners, hair sprays, pepper sprays, and even salad dressings.

    However, the spray bottle also has a rather complicated structure. This is mainly due to their dispensers or nozzles. Due to this component, the spray bottle may be a more challenging bottle to clean and reuse

    Unlike other jars and bottles with simpler caps, typical dishwashing methods may not be enough to clean spray bottles. Moreover, the contents they usually hold are mostly very strong chemicals and substances. Failure to clean the container thoroughly may leave a certain amount of these chemicals in the container. Therefore, these may contaminate the new contents of the bottle you are about to fill.

    Cleaning spray bottles may not be as easy as cleaning most other types of containers. However, of course there are some feasible methods for you to do it yourself. The function of the spray bottles is too good to let this small problem prevent us from reusing them. do not worry. We will help you.

     


    Understand how spray bottles work: parts and mechanisms
    Before getting into the cleaning part, let's take a closer look at our chosen theme.

    The spray bottle may be one of the best examples of how we can apply the principles found in nature to simple techniques. The ingenious idea behind the spray bottle is actually the same as the principle that enables our heart to pump blood throughout the body. This is what we call the reciprocating pump mechanism.

    In a reciprocating pump, two alternating actions are involved. The first action is to collect liquid into a small chamber through an opening. The second action is to release the liquid through the second opening. This is how the heart collects oxygenated blood from the lungs into the ventricles, and then pumps it out to other parts of the body.

    In the spray bottle, these two actions are completed whenever you press the button (or actuator), and the second action is to rise after you release the button. The release actuator will allow the pump to draw liquid from the inside of the container into a small cylindrical chamber. The chamber is located in the neck area of ​​the bottle. Then pressing the actuator will release the liquid from the chamber into the nozzle and then from the bottle.

    The reciprocating pump is a relatively simple concept, but it is very suitable as a dispensing mechanism for spray bottles. It can also be found in many other applications, such as medical equipment and aviation. It is also the basic principle of extracting water and oil from the ground.


    Fine mist spray bottle
    A very popular spray bottle is the fine mist spray bottle. This is a great spray bottle because it can spray liquid into such small droplets-so small that it can almost turn its contents into a mist. Smaller droplets mean more uniform distribution. This is why it works well as a liquid dispenser.

    The fine mist spray bottle still uses a reciprocating pump. However, this type of spray bottle uses special parts called inserts. The insert is just a mouthpiece in which the liquid passes through a set of channels before leaving the bottle. Whenever the contents are distributed, this group of multiple channels will produce a foggy pattern.

    The structure of the fine mist spray bottle is also very suitable for minimizing the volume of the container. They are known for their fashionable and elegant forms. The fine mist spray bottle is definitely a cool crowd in the world of spray bottles. They are ideal for colognes, perfumes, essential oil blends, yoga mat cleaners, air fresheners, etc. That's great, don't you think?
    If you have other types of spray bottles, the cleaning techniques we will discuss are also applicable
    Parts of fine mist spray bottle
    The composition of a fine mist spray bottle involves many different parts. The design and name of the part may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Nevertheless, the principles they both use are basically the same.

    As a general guide, we can refer to this list to determine the different parts of building this smart device. Let's try to see what these components are so that we can better understand how to clean them in the future.

    Dust cap
    Actuator
    Insert
    shut down
    Gasket
    Pump mechanism
    Dip tube
    Dust cap
    The dust cap is the top of the bottle. It is a safety helmet that protects actuators and nozzles from dust and other harmful substances. It also prevents you from accidentally pressing the actuator.

    Dust caps are available in different materials and finishes. Some people may think it is an accessory, easy to lose. Nevertheless, its purpose is obviously also very important.
    g Spray bottle without dust cap. If possible, look for replacement caps.


    Actuator or trigger
    The actuator is covered by a dust cap, which is the part you press to dispense the contents of the bottle. It sticks out of the container like a head.

    You may be familiar with lotion dispensers with actuators, which are table-shaped, with a thin neck and a flat top. However, the actuator in the fine mist spray bottle is hollow to hold other components in it. In fine mist spray bottles, the actual spray holes can also be found on the surface of the actuator.


    Insert or nozzle
    The insert is actually the mouth of a fine mist spray bottle. However, more importantly, it is actually the part that defines the spray bottle. This small piece turns the liquid content into a mist. Its interior consists of multiple channels through which the liquid passes before leaving the container.

    The insert is installed inside the actuator and only appears as a small hole on its surface.


    shut down
    The closure wraps the spray bottle in the collar directly below the actuator. The cap secures all components to the actual bottle. The dust cap is also located on the top of the closure, where it can be securely snapped into place.

    The seal can be smooth, matte or satin. Sometimes it is even designed to connect seamlessly with the bottle.


    Gasket
    Although it is one of the least obvious parts, the gasket is actually an important part of assembling a spray bottle. The gasket is a thin, flat material used as a seal to prevent leakage of the contents. It is located in the area where the bottom of the cap intersects the actual bottle.

    The material used as the gasket may vary, depending on the substance it is leak-proof. It has been tested to ensure its compatibility and reliability.


    Pump mechanism
    The core of each fine mist spray bottle is the pump mechanism. Unlike other parts, the pump mechanism consists of several smaller parts, including the piston, housing cover, valve stem, spring, seal, and female housing.

    The working principle of the pump has been explained earlier in this article. It transfers the liquid content from the container to the actuator. The alternate action of pressing down the actuator and making it bounce back is the power of the pump. The release actuator enables the pump to draw liquid from the bottle and fill its chamber. Therefore, pushing the actuator down is the reason for driving the liquid from the chamber to the insert and expelling it from the bottle.

    Have you noticed that when a spray bottle is just taken out of the store, it will not discharge its contents the first time it is pressed? That's because of the way the pump mechanism works. When the spray bottle is still not in use, the pump chamber is still empty. It requires the bouncing motion of the actuator to make it fill its cavity first. Naturally, once the chamber is full, the contents will only come out the second or third time.


    Dip tube
    In order for the liquid contents to enter the pump from the bottom of the bottle, they pass through a thin channel called a dip tube.

    The dip tube is connected to the bottom of the pump and extends to the bottom of the container. Its bottom is usually cut into a "V" shape or bevel to prevent the tube from clogging.


    Bottle/body
    The actual bottle or body is the largest part of the entire spray bottle. It basically holds the liquid content and is also the reason for keeping the container upright.Glass has unique adsorption characteristics, which enable it to adsorb liquids more effectively than other materials.