Using a Drum Pump to Extract the Contents From a Drum of Tooth Paste

Dental offices have been known to use a drum pump in order to extract tooth paste from an industrial drum. It is no secret that dental offices go through a large amount of tooth past throughout the course of any business day. However, few dental office customers make their way into the back room of the dental office in order to see the drums containing the various dental office related products. For example, in addition to drums of tooth paste there are also drums of mouth wash as well. There may very well be drums of other substances as well.

A TOTE PUMP IS NOT GENERALLY USED TO EXTRACT TOOTH PASTE

One might reasonably wonder whether tooth paste would spoil if left to sit in an industrial drum for an overly long span of time. The answer to this is that tooth paste can last a long time without spoiling. Certainly, tooth paste can last the length of time that it would take for a standard dental practice to go through a drum of tooth paste. For this reason, an industrial drum is a perfect container for the purpose of a dental office to use in the storage of tooth paste.

Obviously, the first squirt of tooth paste to come out of a drum will be fresher than the last squirt to come out of the drum. However, the last drum will work with a similar degree of effectiveness as would the first squirt of tooth paste. As such, although the customer receiving the last squirt of tooth paste might be a little disappointed given his or her toothpaste might not be as pleasing to the taste, he or she can take comfort in the knowledge that the tooth paste he or she receives will preform as effectively despite the fact that it is older.