Virco Virlon Industries Corp. introduces the new patented evolutionary Collapsible Tube Dispenser for liquids featuring a Ball and Stem dispensing mechanism in a measured way.
For decades the collapsible tube, better known as the “squeeze tube”, has been used for packaging products such as jells, paste, creams, and caulking compounds, but now the collapsible tube can be used to dispense liquids also.
With the new “Ball and Stem” dispensing device, the collapsible tube can be used to dispense products in a non-spill fashion such as alcohol, liquid soaps, mouth washes, flea and tick repellants, just to name a few of the many liquid products on market today.
With this new dispensing method, liquid manufactures can begin planning for the use of their liquid products in Space Travel. Yes, this product makes it more practical and convenient to dispense liquids under “Zero Gravity” conditions! On the International Space Station the use of liquids for personal hygiene is a very delicate and complicated undertaking. Astronauts today use spray dispensers mostly when dispensing liquids which causes a lot of waste. By using the new patented “Ball and Stem” dispensing, the liquid use is completely controlled and placed only where it is needed.