Air Stucco Cement Plaster Sprayer Gun Wall Mortar
Stucco Sprayer Before the hand-held Stucco Sprayer, concrete contractors who wanted to work vertically had to settle for one of two extremes - a large, costly pump, requiring a crew of four to six, or hand-stacking. This Sprayer fills a niche between the two, giving contractors a right-sized option for shotcreting small to medium-sized jobs.
This sprayer is a bucket-sized hopper perforated with multiple holes 3/4 inch in diameter. The user simply connects the hopper to an air hose and compressor, scoops the shotcrete mix into the hopper and starts to spray through the holes.
More air can help throw the mix harder onto a wall. Multiple sprayers can be connected to the same compressor.
Because this Stucco Sprayer is filled by scooping the mix from a wheelbarrow, there are no hoses to clog, eliminating a common source of irritation for shotcreters. If a piece of aggregate lodges in a hole in the hopper, it can be easily removed by hand. The sprayer can be used with aggregates up to 5/16 inch. Scheid recommends using a mix "thick enough to stay in the hopper when scooped, but thin enough to spray through the jets easily when the compressed air is turned on." A trial spray should be used to determine optimum water content.
You can use it to blow shotcrete up instead of throwing it up by hand when you need to patch or feather a spot after the ready-mix truck has moved on. It is also useful for small areas where it would be difficult to run a mixer and hoses.
For contractors working on large, high-volume installations, the Stucco Sprayer is a useful accessory or tool for augmenting a pump system. On smaller-scale projects, it may eliminate the need for the pump. Decorative concrete contractors might find the sprayer useful for vertical stamped concrete, artistic wall finishes, stucco and GFRC.
The hand-held Sprayer reduces labor costs associated with both hand-stacking and pumping. On smaller jobs it mechanizes a highly labor-intensive, time-consuming process. For larger jobs it reduces the crew size required to shoot concrete and offers the flexibility to set the work pace and start and stop work as required.
The Sprayer can also be used with other building techniques, such as straw-bale, earth-bag, insulated-panel and thin-shell or ferrocement construction. The mason, first used it to apply plaster to a straw-bale house. They claims that can empty a wheelbarrow full of plaster in four or five minutes, double or triple the speed of troweling the material by hand. You can use this concrete Sprayers on projects around the country to spray clay, lime and gypsum plasters as well as cement-based stucco. They are much easier to transport than a full-size pump system, and at a cost of just a few Rupees each (excluding the compressor, which is sold separately), and can afford to keep several on hand.
Its also called as Tirolessa sprayer
With this spray gun contractors have an option for spraying concrete that falls between the extremes of hand application and large-scale pumping.
Cement plaster sprayer gun
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