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Dispensing pumps are devices that, when placed inside a bottle and are manipulated appropriately, dispenses the contents of the bottle. The hand is often placed on top of the dispenser and pressed in a pump action. The contents are then dispensed into the hand. This is commonly used with bottles containing soap, usually found in bathrooms. These bottles are often more

Dispensing pumps are devices that, when placed inside a bottle and are manipulated appropriately, dispenses the contents of the bottle. The hand is often placed on top of the dispenser and pressed in a pump action. The contents are then dispensed into the hand. This is commonly used with bottles containing soap, usually found in bathrooms. These bottles are often reusable. Other items that could be contained in dispensing bottles include cosmetics, food products and antibacterial spray. They use an air/vacuum system to suck the product up a tube located inside the bottle which is attached to the pump. As the pump is depressed, air is removed from the tube. As the pump is released the product is sucked up to tube and out of the spout.

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