A Guide to Plastering and Rendering Machines and Maximising Them
The benefits of purchasing plastering and rendering machines from us
Here at Plasterers 1 One Stop Shop, you can choose from a wide array of high-quality plastering and rendering machines which are not only simple and easy to operate but which also have a classic, elegant design. There are many specialist machines you can choose from which are suitable for your precise needs. What’s more, you can take advantage of training for the proper use of the plastering and rendering machine, which is free of charge. Additionally, we provide you with continuous after-care customer support.
The plastering machines on offer are also easy to clean, highly-dependable, and offer stellar performance every time. This is due to the fact that we only work with reliable and long-trusted manufacturers, such as Weber and Parex, and we are the main distributors of brands such as M-Tec and the only UK importers of Priomix. If you want to truly revolutionise the way you work, then a good plastering and rendering machine offers the best solution.
There are other reasons why we at Plastering Superstore are the number one choice of many plasterers in the UK. One reason is our years of experience – in more than 20 years, we have been involved in the distribution of high-quality plastering and rendering machines. Another reason is our dedicated and committed machine technicians, who are always available to help our customers and aid them in any situation.
All the machines we have on offer are rigorously tested for quality control, and we have a close collaboration with manufacturers when it comes to their machines. If you need spare parts, we can also supply them at more affordable costs compared to other companies and suppliers, and we offer a next-day delivery service.
Maximising your plastering and rendering machine
If you want to fully maximise the use of your plastering and rendering machine, you should perform daily checking on the machine. A few minutes spent on checking the machine’s spray equipment, for instance, can go a long way in helping you maintain your machine’s performance.
• Checking electric plastering and rendering machines
• Checking diesel plastering and rendering machines
In order to check your electric plastering and rendering machine in a thorough manner, you should first check the water feed. When checking the water feed, confirm whether you are receiving a consistent water supply with plenty of high pressure. If you would like to get a consistent and regular feed, you can also make use of a water butt. You should also perform a check on the water filter, and if you have a phase 3 machine, the phases should be arranged in the right way (if it’s not turned the right way around, the machine may not pump and run in reverse). A reliable power or electrical source is also essential; an unreliable source of power may end up damaging your plastering and rendering machine as well as its components.
When it comes to checking and maintaining diesel plastering and rendering machines, you should first check the oil. Check the oil levels in the engine, the compressor, and the hydraulic system. It also pays to check the level of fuel, as a machine that’s full of fuel will, of course, save you the trouble of re-filling it in the middle of a spray. The coolant level of the engine should also be assessed; if your machine doesn’t have enough coolant, parts and components may overheat. The relevant parts of the machine should also be properly and regularly greased, so all components and parts can move as they should without restriction and be contamination-free as well.
There are other parts which also require checking, such as the couplings and hoses, and the stators and rotors. The stator and rotor should have enough pressure for transferring your chosen material from the plastering and rendering machine to the actual wall. Meanwhile, the couplings and hoses should also be clear and not blocked. A blocked hose will easily restrict the material from traveling to the spray gun, and damaged hoses or hoses with leaks can easily split (and cause harm) when they are under pressure.