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Baytec Containers Posting Page
Monday, October 25, 2010
Grease guns are needed for the lubricating activity on machineries.  Most factories or plants need this as a part of the maintenance of their machines.

Bay Tec grease guns are top quality. They are inexpensive yet very durable, thanks to the bright zinc plated steel construction with precision-fitting parts. They are also not too big so that you can always one handy with you.
Our grease guns come with a choice of hand or air-powered. Hand-operated guns are spring-primed up to 7000 psi, while air-powered guns use 75 – 100 psi air at 40:1 pressure ratio. All models available here accept standard 14 1/2" grease cartridge and they can be filled from a pump or by suction.

There are different fitting styles that we offer. They come in different lengths and angles to make the lubricating job easier for different types of machines. We have heavy duty lever-type grease guns that come with either 5 ½" spout, 5" spout, or 12" flex hose. In these models, the grease is pushed through the aperture by back-pressure built-up triggered by hand cranking mechanism of the gun. This applies pressure to the spring mechanism behind the lubricant and pushed the grease out.

There are also heavy duty grease pistol-type guns with 5" spout and 12" flex hose where the back-pressure built-up happens because the butt of the grease gun is pushed. This action will slide a piston through the tool body and pump grease out.

The last one is air powered (pneumatic) grease guns where compressed air is forwarded to the gun by hoses.

To check out the prices and other specs, visit this page

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