The new SKF Battery-Driven Grease Gun (TLGB 20) introduces an ideal portable tool to maximize the efficiency and accuracy of manual lubrication for bearings, machines, and off-road equipment across industries. An integrated grease meter adds value by dispensing the proper amount of lubricant for an application to prevent over- or under-greasing. The grease gun’s rechargeable 20-volt lithium battery delivers extended service life to enable timely manual lubrication of equipment anywhere and anytime in a manufacturing plant or in the field.

User-friendly features include a durable, ergonomic design with a three-point stand for operator comfort and convenience. A built-in light serves to illuminate the work area and a display on the tool indicates battery charge level, amount of dispensed grease, pump/motor speed, and blocked lubrication points.

This versatile grease gun can dispense up to 15 grease cartridges per battery charge and delivers two flow rates adjustable for a specific application. Pressures up to 700 bar (10,000 psi) can be achieved.

The grease gun is supplied in a sturdy carrying case with a 900mm (36 in.) high-pressure hose, battery, and 90-minute charger.

The SKF Battery-Driven Grease Gun joins a growing portfolio of unique lubrication technology solutions for promoting optimized machinery health, reliability, and productivity.


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