The Nozzle Adapter for Pump Actuator is a flared fitting for the bottom end of a dip tube on a manual pump spray bottle that is intended to allow for the removal of all product.
Inventor Carolyn Joyce Provost of San Diego, CA has created a flared fitting for the bottom end of a dip tube on a manual pump spray bottle that is intended to allow for the removal of all product from a pump-style bottle, without waste.
Spray and pump dispensers are a common dispensing method for a variety of products. It is often necessary to rotate the container around, hold it perfectly level, use it at an angle, and perform various other rituals to get the product out. Even then, a good portion of the product is left behind, and is usually discarded. Even a bottle that still contains product might not work if the bottle is turned at an angle during pumping or spraying. This is due to the fact that the dip tube that extends down from the pump or spray mechanism may be at an exterior edge at the bottom of the bottle. Inventor Provost has created a means by which spray and pump bottles can be modified to address this issue.
This clever new invention is for liquid or cream dispensing such as soap, lotion, and sanitizing solution. It is also for sprays such as glass cleaner, cleaning sprays, and the like. It reduces wasted product. A flared flitting provides suction over a large area to remove product. It provides a distinct marketing advantage. The use of the Nozzle Adapter for Pump Actuator offers improvement for the faithful hand operated pump dispenser which is not only technically superior, but ecologically superior as well.