Food grade pumps offer easy dispensing

  • PKP

In the food industry, pump dispensers are ideal for portioning out liquid foods and sauces. Well-known dispensing company, PKP offers a range of pump dispensers that are ideal for the food market.

PKP's food pump dispensers have been specially designed and manufactured in food grade PP, for consistently effortless dispensing of liquid foods in kitchens and customer self-service areas. Discharging at a 90 degree angle, the user can easily direct the product where it is required.

Not only is PKP's food grade pumps ideal for ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise and other popular savoury toppings, but also syrups and sweet sauces.

PKP offers its food pump dispensers in several dispensing volume options and with three different head styles, to suit all dispensing requirements.

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Working efficiently is a proven cost-effective business strategy for companies to reduce costs, and as an additional benefit the efficiency has a proactive effect on the company, enhancing customer satisfaction through a competent business approach. PKP works "to provide best the possible solutions to brands in order to help them create better product value". This is clearly backed up by the company's renewed ISO 9001 QMS certification and other credentials.

PKP produces new industrial dispensers

Choosing the right container for industrial applications is serious business. Many harsh chemicals need to be stored safely without fear of seepage over time, so compatibility is paramount when creating the packaging for such products. The dispensing system used must also be taken into account. It serves no purpose to select an appropriate container and then slap on just any old dispenser. In order to offer companies the safest possible components, PKP has researched and produced a new line of dispensers specifically for the industrial sector, designed to be safe, resilient, and easy to use.

  • Jo Webb
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  • Created 13 Nov 2019
  • Modified 13 Nov 2019
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