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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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Another option is to have one spacewalker clean the joint while the other uses the grease gun to lubricate it.
If you are using Clear Grease Guns in your command, make sure they are accounted for (per your local tool-control program) and are marked accordingly.
the M3 was the only variant of the grease gun to see any appreciable amount of combat use during World War II.
When I say 20 minutes with the grease gun this always assumes that things go to plan which, in practice, rarely happens.
Molykote Food Grade EP White Bearing Greases can be applied by hand packing, hand operated grease guns, automatic greasing equipment and central lubricating systems.
His daily tasks included counting grease guns and spark plugs, sticking fuel oil tanks, and auditing river barges, a job that pushed the limits of intelligence to be sure.
Of course, the arms curator or small arms enthusiast is well catered for with information on Owens, Stens, Grease Guns, Uzis, Madsens, and the usual suspects as well as more recent or rarely heard of models, such as WW2 Hyde-inland M2 (USA) or the semi-caseless Benelli CB-M2 (Italy) of the 1980s.
Other new features on the Series 2 machines include an increase in backhoe bucket rotation to nearly 200 degrees for single-bucket position when straight-wall trenching or truck loading, and an optional bolt-on toolbox to carry tools, chains or grease guns.
Gone are the grease guns on wheels that left a trail of oil and could be a real pig to kickstart .
CANTON, Ohio -- Building on its extensive line of industrial lubricants, The Timken Company (NYSE: TKR) today announced the addition of several quality lubricant-delivery products, including grease guns, pumps and kits.
The device mounts easily on most grease guns and can adjust to fit any number of test angles.