Custom Syrup Pump Manufacturer in China

UKPACK designs and manufactures high-performance and food-grade syrup pumps, sauce pumps, and condiment pumps in various neck finishes and models. Our products are widely used for dispensing flavored syrup, sauce, ketchup, honey, jam, salad dressing, condiment, and more.

With the latest technology at our disposal, our syrup dispensing pumps deliver excellent durability, precise output control, long lifespan, exceptional corrosion resistance, and more. We also offer both OEM and ODM services to cater to your specific requirements. From custom colors and printing to personalized packaging, we’ve got you covered.

Rest assured, our syrup dispenser pumps have undergone rigorous testing and hold FDA report, GARS, FSSC, and HACCP certifications. We prioritize your safety and the integrity of your products.

Our products have earned the trust of renowned flavored syrup brands such as Torani, Monin, Berlin Packaging, AGRANA, TricorBraun, Döhler, Dolfi, By The Cup, Spoom, Hawthorne, and many more. When it comes to quality, they know they can count on UKPACK.

For your upcoming project that requires a syrup pump or viscous liquid pump, please contact us. Then, explore how we can help you with your dispensing pump needs.

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Our Syrup Dispensing Pump Automated Production Line

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OEM Syrup Pump By Models


Syrup Pump – UKS10

Neck Finish and Style:

  • 28/400 closure only FR
  • 28/400 drip proof
  • 28/410 drip proof
  • 28/400 square head
  • 28/410 square head
  • 31/410 square head
  • 38/400 square head
  • 38/410 square head
  • 43mm NR closure
  • MD head
  • Universal head

Output Per Dose: 5ml, 8ml, and 10ml


Syrup Pump – UKS30

Neck Finish and Style:

  • 38/400 closure
  • 38/410 closure
  • 43mm NR closure
  • Round head
  • Amora head

Output Per Dose: 15ml, and 30ml


Syrup Pump – UKR30

Neck Finish and Style:

  • 67/400 closure round head or square head
  • 38/400 closure square head
  • 38/410 closure square head
  • 43mm closure square head

Output Per Dose: 15ml, and 30ml


Sauce Pump – UKM30

Neck Finish and Style:

  • 38/400 closure
  • 38/410 closure
  • 38/410 closure drip proof
  • 43mm NR closure

Output Per Dose: 15ml, and 30ml


Sauce Pump – UKFND30

It has a dose range from 10ml – 30ml and comes with a cover cap. And it is designed for bottles with a range from 110 – 400 size cap.

Why Choose UKPACK as your Syrup Pump Vendor

Food-grade PP Plastic Material

UKPACK manufactures a high-quality syrup pump using food-grade PP plastic. The raw material for our polypropylene (PP) includes Mobil’s PP1304, AP03B, and HMA025, all of which are sourced from the USA or Saudi Arabia. It ensures safety and meets strict food-contact standards. The material’s durability maintains syrup integrity and flavor. It’s a hygienic solution for the food and beverage industry, delivering a delightful experience with each use. Trust UKPACK’s reputation for excellence in producing this reliable and efficient syrup pump.

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OEM & ODM Custom Options

UKPACK offers an extensive selection of custom options for your syrup dispensing pumps, allowing you to tailor them to your specific needs.

  • Neck finishes
  • Shapes
  • Colors
  • Logos
  • Packages
  • Pump dosages

Benefits of Our Syrup Pumps

  • Precise portion control: Ensures consistent and accurate syrup dispensing for perfect flavor every time.
  • User-friendly: Simple operation allows anyone to use the pump with ease.

  • Reduced spillage and mess: Minimizes waste and maintains a clean workspace.

  • Improved efficiency: Speeds up drink preparation, reducing customer wait times.

  • Food-grade: Manufactured with safe materials for worry-free usage with food and beverages.

  • Versatility: Adaptable to various liquids, expanding its application beyond syrups.

Our Syrup Dispensing Pump for Different Industries

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Coffee Syrup Pump

Our coffee syrup pump is designed to expertly dispense flavorful syrups into your favorite coffee beverages. With precise portion control, it delivers the perfect amount of sweetness, enhancing the taste of your drinks consistently. Embrace the convenience and efficiency of our user-friendly coffee syrup pump, elevating your coffee shop or home brewing setup to a new level of excellence. Craft the perfect coffee creations with our reliable and food-grade syrup pump, making it an essential tool for every coffee lover and barista alike.

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Syrup Pump for Ketchup

Say goodbye to messy squeeze bottles and tedious portioning – our ketchup syrup pump revolutionizes the way you serve and enjoy your favorite condiments. Experience precise portion control as our pump dispenses just the right amount of ketchup with each pump, eliminating wastage and ensuring consistent flavors in every dish. Whether you’re running a busy restaurant, hosting a backyard barbecue, or enjoying a family meal, our user-friendly ketchup syrup pump makes serving a breeze.

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Concentrated Liquid Pump Dispenser for Car Washing Soap

Say goodbye to messy and inaccurate measurements. Our dispenser is designed to deliver the perfect amount of concentrated soap with just a simple pump. No more guesswork or spills – just the right amount of soap every time! This cutting-edge product is designed to revolutionize the way you clean your vehicle, providing you with unmatched convenience, precision, and eco-friendliness.

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Sauce Pump for Chocolate

Elevate your dessert creations, beverages, and treats with this easy-to-use and efficient sauce pump. Say goodbye to messy pouring and hello to precision dispensing! Whether you’re a home baker, café owner, or chocolatier, our Sauce Pump for Chocolate is a game-changer that adds convenience and finesse to your culinary creations. So why wait? Elevate your chocolate experience and make every drizzle, swirl, and topping a work of art with our reliable and user-friendly sauce pump.

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Condiment Dispenser Pump

The condiment dispenser pump is designed to revolutionize the way you serve and enjoy your favorite condiments. Whether it’s ketchup, mustard, mayo, salad dressings, hot sauces, or any other liquid condiment, this pump ensures effortless dispensing and mess-free usage. Upgrade your dining experience and say goodbye to messy condiment bottles with the condiment dispenser pump. It’s the perfect addition to any kitchen, offering convenience, hygiene, and precision in every serving.

One-stop Syrup Pump Factory for Your Business

if you’re looking for a reliable and efficient solution for your syrup pump, sauce pump, condiment pump, or any other pumping requirements, look no further. Partner with us and experience the convenience of a comprehensive one-stop solution tailored to your needs. Let us help you take your project to new heights with our exceptional pumping solutions. Contact us today and embark on a seamless journey towards success!

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The FAQs of Syrup Pump Dispenser

UKPACK has its own factory to manufacture syrup pumps, sauce pumps, condiment pumps, and more.

A syrup pump is a device designed to dispense syrup or similar liquid products. It is commonly used in various industries such as food service, beverage production, coffee shops, and bars. Here are some key uses of a syrup pump:

  1. Portion control: Syrup pumps are often calibrated to dispense a specific amount of syrup with each pump. This helps maintain consistency in flavor and portion size, ensuring that the correct amount of syrup is added to beverages or recipes consistently.
  2. Convenience and efficiency: Using a syrup pump can make the process of dispensing syrup quicker and more efficient compared to manually measuring or pouring syrup from a bottle. It saves time, reduces mess, and allows for precise dispensing.
  3. Accurate flavoring: Syrup pumps provide accurate measurement, which is especially important when adding flavorings to beverages like coffee, tea, or cocktails. They help maintain the desired flavor profile and prevent over-pouring or under-pouring.
  4. Hygiene and cleanliness: Syrup pumps are designed to maintain hygiene standards by minimizing contact with the syrup. Instead of directly handling the bottle and potentially introducing contaminants, the pump dispenses syrup in a controlled and more sanitary manner.
  5. Extended shelf life: Some syrup pumps are designed to prevent air exposure to the syrup, reducing the risk of spoilage or oxidation. This can help extend the shelf life of the syrup, ensuring its quality and taste over a longer period.

Overall, syrup pumps offer convenience, accuracy, portion control, and hygiene benefits, making them a valuable tool in various industries where syrups are commonly used.

The amount of syrup dispensed by a syrup pump depends on its design and calibration. Syrup pumps are typically calibrated to dispense a specific volume per pump, commonly ranging from 0.25 ounces (7.5 milliliters) to 1 ounce (30 milliliters) per stroke. However, it’s important to note that different manufacturers may offer pumps with varying dispense volumes.

To determine the exact amount dispensed by a specific syrup pump, you can refer to the product’s specifications or consult the manufacturer’s guidelines. It’s also worth noting that some syrup pumps may have adjustable portions, allowing for customization based on individual preferences or recipe requirements.

Ultimately, the amount of syrup dispensed by a pump is designed to provide consistent portion control and flavoring accuracy in various applications, such as beverages, desserts, or recipes.

The dispense volume of a Torani syrup pump is typically 1/4 ounce (7.5 milliliters) per pump. Torani, a popular brand known for its flavored syrups, provides pumps that are calibrated to deliver this specific amount of syrup with each pump. It’s important to note that while this is the standard dispense volume for Torani syrup pumps, it’s always a good idea to check the packaging or contact Torani directly to confirm the dispense volume for a particular product, as variations may exist for specific flavors or product lines.

If each pump of syrup dispenses 1/4 ounce (7.5 milliliters), then two pumps of syrup would amount to 1/2 ounce (15 milliliters). So, two pumps of syrup using a standard 1/4 ounce per pump would equal 1/2 ounce of syrup. It’s important to note that this measurement assumes the standard dispense volume for the specific syrup pump being used.

The term “squirt” is often used informally and can vary in its precise meaning. In the context of syrup, a squirt generally refers to a small amount of syrup that is quickly squeezed or released from a container or dispenser. However, the specific volume of a squirt can differ based on various factors such as the size of the opening, pressure applied, and the individual’s technique.

As a rough estimate, a squirt of syrup can range from approximately 1/4 to 1/2 ounce (7.5 to 15 milliliters), but this can vary depending on the specific context and the desired amount. It’s important to note that for more precise and consistent measurements, using a calibrated syrup pump or measuring utensils would be recommended.

If each pump of syrup dispenses 1/4 ounce (7.5 milliliters), then to achieve 1 ounce of syrup, you would need four pumps. Since each pump typically dispenses 1/4 ounce, four pumps would add up to 1 ounce. However, it’s important to note that the dispense volume may vary depending on the specific syrup pump being used. Always refer to the packaging or manufacturer’s guidelines for precise measurements and adjust accordingly.

A standard 5-gallon container of coke syrup, which is commonly used in the beverage industry, has the potential to produce a large volume of finished beverages when diluted according to the manufacturer’s instructions. The dilution ratio typically depends on the desired strength of the final drink and can vary between different establishments or personal preferences.

Assuming a common dilution ratio of 5 parts carbonated water to 1 part syrup, 5 gallons of coke syrup can produce approximately 30 gallons of finished beverage. This calculation is based on the fact that there are 128 fluid ounces in a gallon, resulting in a total of 640 fluid ounces in 5 gallons. Dividing this by the 6 parts (5 parts water + 1 part syrup) gives an estimate of 106.67 fluid ounces per part. Therefore, 5 gallons of syrup would yield approximately 533.33 fluid ounces of syrup, which, when diluted, can create around 320 fluid ounces or 30 gallons of finished beverage.

Please note that the specific dilution ratio and serving size may vary depending on the desired taste, the type of equipment used, and the instructions provided by the syrup manufacturer.

No, a pump of syrup is not typically equivalent to a teaspoon.

A standard teaspoon holds approximately 4.93 milliliters or 0.17 fluid ounces of liquid. On the other hand, the dispense volume of a syrup pump is usually calibrated to be around 1/4 ounce (7.5 milliliters) per pump. This means that a pump of syrup is larger than a teaspoon in terms of volume.

While there can be slight variations in the dispense volume of syrup pumps depending on the specific brand or model, it is generally larger than a teaspoon. It’s always a good idea to check the packaging or the manufacturer’s guidelines for the exact dispense volume of the syrup pump you are using to ensure accurate measurements.

Whether syrup is better than a suspension or vice versa depends on the specific application and desired characteristics. Both syrup and suspension have their own advantages and considerations. Here are some factors to consider:

  1. Stability: Syrups are generally more stable than suspensions. Syrups consist of a solute (usually sugar or sweeteners) dissolved in a solvent (such as water), resulting in a homogeneous mixture. This stability makes syrups less prone to settling or separation of ingredients over time. Suspensions, on the other hand, contain solid particles dispersed in a liquid. These particles may settle or require shaking before use.
  2. Clarity and Appearance: Syrups are typically clear and transparent, providing an aesthetically pleasing appearance. This clarity is often desired in applications where visual appeal is important, such as beverages. Suspensions, on the other hand, may appear cloudy or contain visible particles, which may be less visually appealing in certain contexts.
  3. Ease of Dispensing: Syrups are generally easier to dispense since they flow easily and can be poured or pumped without obstruction. Suspensions, on the other hand, may require additional agitation or shaking to ensure the uniform distribution of solid particles before dispensing.
  4. Taste and Mouthfeel: Syrups often have a smoother texture and can provide a more consistent taste experience since the ingredients are uniformly mixed. Suspensions may have a gritty or uneven texture due to the presence of solid particles.
  5. Customization: Syrups can be easily flavored, colored, or adjusted in consistency to meet specific requirements. Suspensions, on the other hand, may have limitations in terms of customization due to the presence of solid particles.

It’s important to note that the choice between syrup and suspension depends on the specific application, product requirements, and desired characteristics. Both have their advantages and considerations, and the suitability will vary based on factors such as stability, appearance, ease of dispensing, taste, and customization needs.

A pump of syrup typically dispenses around 7.5 milliliters (ml) of syrup. This measurement is an approximate average for most syrup pumps, but it can vary slightly depending on the specific brand or model of the pump. It’s worth noting that different manufacturers may offer pumps with slightly different dispense volumes. Therefore, it’s always a good idea to check the packaging or consult the manufacturer’s guidelines for the precise dispense volume of the syrup pump you are using.

Syrups are commonly used in pharmacy for various reasons due to their unique characteristics and advantages. Here are some reasons why syrups are utilized in the pharmaceutical industry:

  1. Palatability: Syrups are often used to improve the taste and palatability of medications, especially for patients, particularly children or those who have difficulty swallowing tablets or capsules. The addition of flavorings and sweeteners to syrups can help mask the unpleasant taste of certain medications, making them easier and more pleasant to consume.
  2. Accurate Dosing: Syrups allow for precise and accurate dosing of medications. They can be formulated with a specific concentration of the active ingredient(s), making it easier to measure and administer the correct dosage, particularly for liquid medications where precise volume is crucial.
  3. Flexibility in Dosage Forms: Syrups offer flexibility in dosage forms as they can be tailored to meet the specific needs of individual patients. They can be customized with different concentrations or combinations of active ingredients, allowing for personalized dosing based on patient requirements and conditions.
  4. Ease of Administration: Syrups are generally easy to administer, especially for patients who may have difficulty swallowing solid dosage forms. They can be easily poured or dispensed using measuring devices, making them suitable for patients of different ages and with various medical conditions.
  5. Increased Medication Compliance: The improved taste and ease of administration associated with syrups can contribute to better medication compliance. Patients may be more willing to take their prescribed medications consistently when they are in a more palatable and easily administered form.
  6. Enhanced Stability: Syrups can provide stability to certain medications, acting as a vehicle that helps preserve the active ingredients and prevent degradation. Syrup formulations can include stabilizers and preservatives to maintain the potency and shelf life of the medications.

It’s important to note that not all medications are available in syrup form, and the choice of dosage form depends on various factors, including the specific medication, patient needs, and the prescribing physician’s recommendation. Pharmacists and healthcare professionals consider multiple factors when selecting the most appropriate dosage form for each medication and patient.

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