Gallon Dispensing Pumps
CLEAN BEFORE USE. PLEASE READ ALL INFORMATION BELOW BEFORE PURCHASE.
Gallon Dispensing Pumps fit the following kits:
- 1 Gallon Kit (64oz Bottles, trim to fit)
- 2 Gallon Kit (64oz Bottles, trim to fit)
- 4 Gallon Kit (128oz Bottles)
Gallon Dispensing Pumps will NOT fit:
- 8 Ounce Kits
- 16 Ounce Kits
- 32 Ounce Kits
- 64 Ounce Kits
Dispensing Pumps are sold in pairs (one for Resin and one for Hardener).
Pumps output 15ml per stroke.
Dispensing Pumps Dip Tube need to be trimmed to fit as they are made for multiple bottle sizes. This will not effect the amount of product dispensed per stroke.
Before use we recommend cleaning the pump with isopropyl alcohol. You can do this by pumping isopropyl alcohol through the pump. Dispensing pumps are manufactured with oil on the metal spring to prevent them from rusting, this oil can cause fish eyes and cloudiness if it is not cleaned out of the dispensing pumps. If you find the pumps are pumping cloudy after thoroughly cleaning them, we recommend warming up the epoxy resin in the container to help lower the viscosity.
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Dispensing pumps are an excellent way of measuring your epoxy resin. All pumps come in pairs, one for Resin and one for Hardener.
These dispensing pumps are manufactured with oil on the springs to prevent rusting while stored in the warehouse. We recommend cleaning dispensing pumps prior to use. Pump a few ounces of isopropyl alcohol through the pump to clean the oil off of the spring. This will help prevent cloudiness as well as fish eyes.
It is important to mark each pump if you plan to reuse them, this will ensure that you do not mix up resin and hardener.
Pumps may need to be trimmed to fit the bottles. Why? Our dispensing pumps are manufactured for multiple bottle sizes, simply trimming the dip tube with scissors will allow the pump to sit properly in your bottle size.
We recommend pumping out all liquid after use, or placing a cup underneath the spout of the dispensing pump for any drips. You can also turn the tip of the dispensing pump to face up which will prevent liquid from leaking.
If you are experiencing cloudiness or micro-bubbles you need to warm up your resin and hardener before use. This can easily be done in a hot water bath for 10-15 minutes, be sure that the lids are tightly sealed. You can also use a space heater, but be sure to not overheat the product.
Do not force the pump up, allow it to pull the epoxy resin up itself with the spring.
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Gallon Dispensing Pumps
Total game changer for a consistent and convenient way to dispense epoxy resin.
I wasn't sure when I ordered these if it would be worth it, but I was wrong. These pumps are game changers. It's so clean and quick to pump the resin instead of pouring it. Totally worth the purchase.
I absolutely love this I have liquidity Split and it is a game changer. I won't use anything but this!!
I was very leary to purchase these pumps as the last pumps I ordered leaked and wasted my product. To my surprise, these pumps were upgraded. Sturdier, easier to pump with a wider palm base (the best way I can describe it), and absolutely NO leakage from them! I love them and can say it's worth the $25. Don't hesitate to purchase!
Excellent product. Works great
It’s definitely a learning curve getting your work done so fast but once you have it down it’s so amazing
Love them so glad they are available they make things so much easier
This is my first time using resin. I liked that I had a bit of time to work with the resin and it wasn't a quick setting epoxy resin. I will definitely be ordering more in the future and trying the other types.