Black PP 28-410 ribbed skirt down-lock saddle head dispensing pump with 9.625 inch dip tube (1.8 cc output)

Item ID DP37
Price
$0.38 each for 1 to 999
$0.27 each for 1000 or more
Quantity
Add to cart
Request a sample

The DP37 is a black PP 28-410 ribbed skirt down-lock saddle head dispensing pump with 9.625 inch dip tube (1.8 cc output). Down-lock pumps, when fully depressed and twisted, can be locked to prevent accidental dispensing. This closure fits containers with a 28-410 neck finish. The first number is the diameter of the container's opening (in mm). The second number refers to the thread/style/depth of the closure's skirt. This pump is made of polypropylene (PP), which means it has a high heat toleration level and an excellent resistance to fatigue. Dip tubes can be trimmed to fit smaller shorter containers.

Matching Items for DP37


$1.25 each for 1 to 78
$0.91 each for 79 or more

$1.24 each for 1 to 107
$0.89 each for 108 or more

12 oz amber PET boston round bottle with 28-410 neck finish
Item ID: B282
Case pack: 252
Temporarily Unavailable
$0.76 each for 1 to 251
$0.55 each for 252 or more

$0.79 each for 1 to 251
$0.57 each for 252 or more

Product Properties and Specifications

Temperature Tolerances
Clarity
Chemical Resistance
Impact Resistance
Rigidity
Scratch Resistance
Food Contact Acceptable
Recyclable Material
Color Black
Size 28-410
Material PP
Case Pack 1000
Length 10.893 in / 27.668 cm
Diameter 1.375 in / 3.493 cm

This information has been provided as a general guide. Please remember, it is your responsibility to test your product's compatibility with CPS packaging.

Videos

View More CPS Videos
What is PP?
Apr 7, 2010

Polypropylene (PP) is a type of plastic with a high resistance level to heat. It is also incredibly resistant to fatigue. Watch how Captain Polypro and P-E-T Man ...

What is HDPE?
Sep 11, 2009

High density polyethylene, or HDPE for short, is one of the most pervasive plastic types. It has an excellent resistance to chemicals, making it the go-to plastic for ...

How to use a Heat Induction Sealing Machine
Jun 19, 2014

Ever wondered how those air tight tamper-evident liners got sealed to your container? That process is called heat induction and it requires a sealing machine ...

Notices and Disclaimers

Orders for less than $50 of product (not including freight) will be subject to a $10 small order fee. Please review our small order fee.

All the items we sell have never been used, however, order in full case quantities to reduce dust, dirt, and scuffing.

We purchase from multiple manufacturers, so some items may have minor variation in color or shape. Avoid this by ordering in full case quantities.

Please remember, you are responsible for testing your product with packaging for compatibility.