Printech Archives, May, 1997: Re: Bottle-top Dispensers for Blanket Washes

Re: Bottle-top Dispensers for Blanket Washes

Matt Kaarlela (
piatexas.matt@nt1.azone.net)
Wed, 14 May 1997 13:40:20 -0500



Jim,

thought you might be interested in this. I recently bought some tire
sealant for my tractor (typical Texan right?). The liquid came in a one
gallon container similar to the ones you buy windshield washer solution in.
The container also had a plastic plunger pump which was installed by just
removing the existing container lid and screwing the pump in place. Each
stroke dispensed around 1 ounce of liquid. If the pump can hold up to
blanket wash, it might be what you were looking for and I paid less than 15
dollars for the sealant which included the pump. It was at an auto supply
store (Gateway Auto I think). good luck.

>I am looking for vendors of low-cost bottle-top dispensers
>(alternatively called hand pumps, metering dispensers, etc) that can be
>inserted and screwed into typical blanket wash supply bottles (such as
>1-gallon bottles with 30-40 mm caps). These help avoid spills from
>pouring solvents onto rags or into squirt bottles-- or dipping rags into
>open cans. The only models I have been able to find that are resistant
>to typical wash materials and non-sparking are $200-$300 chemistry
>lab models with unnecessary dispensing accuracy.
>
>Does anyone have vendor suggestions? (I have found low-cost
>pumps for 5 gallon cans and larger but not for 1-gal bottles. Some
>blanket-wash suppliers may supply these with their products.)
>
>Jim Hadley


 

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