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Grease pumps consist of a suction tube, drum cover, pump assembly, and delivery hose intended to transfer grease from bulk containers like drums to smaller vessels or directly into the system. Hand-operated grease pumps rely on the physical effort of the user to operate a hand or foot lever to siphon the grease. Air-operated grease pumps, on the other hand, use compressed air for their reciprocating pistons to function and draw out grease. Grease pumps are commonly used in farming, construction, heavy machinery, and other industrial applications.