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- 1) Oils and greases moving parts of friction surfaces of mechanical equipment, such as shaft and motor bearings, sprockets, drive chains, gears, and pulleys, according to specified procedures and oral instructions: Fills container, such as oilcan, grease gun, or tank of lubrication truck with specified lubricant.
- 2) Squirts or pours oil on moving parts and friction surfaces, or into holes, oil cups, or reservoirs.
- 3) Turns oil cup valves to regulate flow of oil to moving parts.
- 4) Forces grease into bearings with grease-gun, smears grease on friction surfaces, or packs grease cups by hand.
- 5) Fills wells and sumps of lubricating systems with oil.
- 6) Reports machinery defects or malfunctions to supervisor.
- 7) May clean machines, sweep floors, and transport stock.
- 8) May be specified according to type of machine or equipment lubricated.
- 9) May tend machine that automatically oils parts.
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