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What is a Condiment Dispenser Used for?

A condiment pump dispenser is primarily used for facilitating the smooth and controlled distribution of ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, salad dressing, or other similar condiments. Restaurants, cafes, and fast-food establishments buy these condiment holders & dispensers to enhance customer experience by providing a clean and convenient way to add flavor to meals. A condiment dispenser with a pump has containers ranging from 1 qt to 1 gal (950 ml to 3.78 L) or even more. Commercial models feature up to 7 pumps, dispensing 2 to 4 oz (59.15 to 118.29 ml) per pump.

How Does a Condiment Pump Work?

Condiment pump dispensers work by pressing the pump mechanism in a durable container. The pump activation creates a vacuum that draws the condiment up through a tube and out through the pump’s spout, dispensing controlled portions and preventing excess spillage. Models with adjustable ketchup pumps allow users to customize the serving size. At homes and smaller facilities, a ketchup dispenser pump attached to a bottle serves the same function.

How Do You Attach a Pump to a Bottle?

Attaching a pump to a bottle is straightforward, making condiment pump dispensers versatile. Most condiment pump dispensers have a threaded cap that screws onto the bottle securely in 3 quick steps.

  1. Select a condiment bottle compatible with a ketchup pump; ensure the neck size matches.
  2. Remove the original cap from the bottle and replace it with the new pump dispenser cap.
  3. Thread it tightly onto the bottleneck.

 

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