“While most grease fittings require low operating pressures, our user research has unveiled a need for a grease gun that can deliver the high pressure needed for heavy machinery, cold weather and clogged grease fittings,” says Paul Fry, Director of Cordless Tools for Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation.  “Heavy construction, manufacturing and agricultural equipment can have anywhere from a dozen to over a hundred grease fittings that should be greased regularly. The 2446-21XC delivers the highest max operating pressure in its class to get even the toughest jobs done and eliminate as much down time as possible.”

In addition, the Grease Gun is the only tool in its class with a system of compatible tools offering the user greater utility in drilling, fastening, lighting and cutting. The 2446-21XC also comes standard with a high capacity LITHIUM-ION battery that can provide up to 2X the performance in the user’s other M12TM tools. Other features include a lightweight, ergonomic handle design for added user comfort during prolonged use and an on board hose storage and shoulder strap loop for greater convenience and less mess.

With the introduction of the new grease gun and plans to grow the M12TM cordless platform in the future, MILWAUKEE® continues to expand its leadership position in the sub-compact category. The M12TM platform will continue to offer innovative solutions in power, productivity, and portability.

Specifications (2446-21XC)
Over 8,000 PSI max operating pressure
Up to 7 cartridges per battery charge
2.6oz/min flow rate at 1,000PSI
7.2 lbs
14” long
36” Flex Hose w/ Spring Guard
Includes 2446-20 grease gun, 36” Flex Hose w/ Spring Guard, Grease Coupler, (1) M12 XC LITHIUM-ION Battery, 30 minute charger, and carrying case

About Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation

Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation, a Brookfield, Wisconsin-based subsidiary of Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd. (TTI) (HKEx stock code: 669, ADR symbol: TTNDY) is an industry leading manufacturer and marketer of professional, heavy duty power tools and accessories. Products include the legendary SAWZALL reciprocating saws, M12, M18 & V28 LITHIUM-ION cordless tools, HOLE-HAWG drills, portable band saws, circular saws, driver drills, hammer drills, rotary hammers, grinders, sanders and a line of Test & Measurement tools. Accessories include SAWZALL blades, SWITCHBLADE self-feed bits, BIG HAWG hole cutters, THUNDERBOLT drill bits and SHOCKWAVE Impact Duty. For more information on the full line of Milwaukee power tools and accessories, please call 1-800-SAWDUST or visit www.milwaukeetool.com.

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