Anybody have any suggestions about what is the best grease gun for using in cold weather?
When I say cold, I mean anything from about 20 degrees Celcius down to freezing.
I am talking about manual grease guns, not electric or air operated.
I have the current model MacNaught K29, and while it is a little better than the old model, it still isn't much use in cold weather. Here it is - Macnaught - articles
The MacNaught sales reps at field days say that nobody has problems with the grease guns in cold weather. The MacNaught online contact says there has been no complaints since the updated model has been out.
I am currently using Caltex Liplex EP2 grease. I tried Caltex Delo EP2 grease but it was even worse. Mobil XHP222 was a waste of time. BP Energrease LC2 was not too bad, but it is very hard to get in this area, no distributors.
A neighbour has a Alemlube grease gun which works better in cold weather, but looks rather flimsy and may not last very long.
The MacNaught K29 is rather sturdy and well made. But it just doesn't do its job in cold weather.
Anybody else have trouble greasing in cold weather?
Anybody have any suggestions about other brands?