relubricate

relubricate

(riːˈluːbrɪˌkeɪt)
vb (tr)
to lubricate again or with new lubricant
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The e-book offers plenty of tips to overcome these challenges including how often to check and relubricate motor bearings, the best way to avoid misalignment and how to deal with issues like soft foot.
The criticality of sealed-for-life in food conveyor bearing applications has prompted manufacturers to effectively prevent equipment maintenance personnel from even attempting to relubricate. Certain gearboxes made by Stober Drives, for example, are designed with a virtually inaccessible oil port positioned on the unit's underside.
They're also dust and dirt repellant -- they seem to absorb dirt particles and then relubricate themselves, whereas, the traditional ball- and needle- bearings have to be regularly cleaned and relubricated." And what about the occasions where the bicyclist rides into less-than-dry environments?
Clean chains with solvent; then relubricate immediately.
When you're sure it's dry, relubricate using a needle point oiler.