How to Load a Grease Gun

How to Load a Grease Gun

  How do you CORRECTLY load a grease gun????  Greasing is a necessary part of machine maintenance from a lawn mower, to a tractor, or a bulldozer all machines need grease to live.    Greasing can be a hard, messy, frustrating job—unless you know how to properly...

Grease Gun Differences: What You Need to Know

Grease gun differences are marked by a grease gun’s design and its specific use. By knowing these individual differences, it will make it easier for you to choose a grease gun for a particular greasing task. Grease guns are represented by lever-operated grease guns,...

Avoiding Excess Lubrication During Grease Gun Use

Avoiding excess lubrication is important if you use a grease gun. While applying grease minimizes wear of parts and bearing, over-lubrication can reduce a component’s life expectancy. For instance, too much grease can increase running temperatures and lead to energy...
Clean is Possible, Even When Using a Grease Gun

Clean is Possible, Even When Using a Grease Gun

Clean is not normally associated with grease. However, you can keep your grease gun clean and the grease free of contaminants if you follow the tips below. Keep the Gun Stored Away from Contaminants One of the things to remember is to avoid storing  greases for a long...
Common Grease Gun Types Make Lubrication an Easier Task

Common Grease Gun Types Make Lubrication an Easier Task

Common grease gun types include guns that are made using a lever, hand pump, pistol grip, or an air-powered or battery charged design. The most popular gun that is used is a lever design. This type of gun is convenient and helpful for an array of projects. You simply...