grease gun


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grease gun

[′grēs ‚gən]
(engineering)
A small hand-operated device that pumps grease under pressure into bearings.
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Grease guns have about a 400 rounds per minute (RPM) cyclic rate.
Valkyrie Arms made a semiauto version of the M3 grease gun a few years ago, although it used a 16.
Perhaps when the people in Silicon Valley talk about the Internet of Things they're not thinking of things like latches and grease guns.
She was trying to clean up grease that had oozed out of a grease gun in the backpack-size bag, when it and everything in it floated away on Tuesday.
A spacewalking astronaut accidentally let go of her tool bag after a grease gun inside it exploded, and helplessly watched as it floated away with everything inside.
SPACEWALKING astronaut accidentally let go of her tool bag after a grease gun exploded, and helplessly watched as it floated away with tools inside.
There shouldn't be any problems this year, apart from the usual check over and 20 minutes with the grease gun.
It was at the first roundabout that I discovered the steering hadn't seen a grease gun in years, and another thing about the original Interceptor - snatch at the gear stick and it comes away in your hand.
A 90 degree fitting and a short hose may be required to allow easy access when using a grease gun to inject the Time Saver lapping compound, which will be required for each ring.
Now they can use a Timken grease gun to deliver genuine Timken grease to their Timken bearings.
Tenders are invited for Grease Gun Pneumatic Grease Capacity: 25 Kg Make: Hindustan Or Similar.
So grab your grease gun and put some "swing" back into the swing bearing by following these steps from Page 15-1 of TM 5-3805-280-10 (Feb 00).