When applying a thin coat of material onto walls, gone are the days when you still have to measure the amount of material that you have to consume to ensure that the entire area is coated with the same thickness of the material. Thin coat machines have provided hassle-free operation to homeowners and contractors alike. Now you only have to know the right ratio of the materials needed and you can already let the machine work for you in half the time, maybe even more.
1 How many thin coat machines do you offer? 2 – the M-tec M200 and the market leading thin coat machine, the EZE 24
- The M-200 offers perfect dilution of the thin coat materials for lump-free and consistent application. You also don’t need to interchange parts for different application requirements: rendering, plastering and thin coating, among others. The parts that come with the machine can already be used in different applications.
- The EZE 24 is a spray gun, meaning it is handheld, compared to the bulkier M-Tec M200. It is lightweight and can be used not only for thin coat renders but also for base coats and scratch renders. This machine is suitable for small tasks that do not need a lot of materials to cover an area. It is also perfect for beginners in the DIY remodelling department.
2 Are thin coat machines easy to use?
Using a thin coat has never been made easier. There are clear controls that can help you with the task and it is very easy and convenient to store as it can be disassembled for better and safer storage and easy transfer. They come with a user-friendly manual that you can use to consult how best to handle and use them to their full potential. These machines come in bulky and handheld types, so depending on your requirement, you can opt which type will cater to your need the most and which one will be easiest and most convenient to use.
3 How practical are thin coat machines?
The application of both the base and top coats is impressive. A thin film coating can be achieved hassle-free. Although it is primarily used for thin coat plaster or thin coat render jobs. It is multi-purpose, giving great value to your money invested on the machine. They may set you back a huge amount at first, but if they will be frequently used, then the money invested will make great returns.
All in all, a thin coat machine is a great addition to your remodelling equipment collection. If you have determined that it will be used more than three quarters of the time - either for thin coat rendering or other applications - purchasing your own machine is more advisable in the long run.
We, at Plasterers 1 Stop Shop are excited to offer such a wide variety of different machines to the construction industry. As we offer such a large range, if you’re stuck for choice, feel free to contact us and speak to one of our expert technicians or customer service team who can help you decide which machine is the best for you.
Our very own Andrew Hill worked alongside the best of M-Tec’s engineers to design this piece of machinery and used their expert experiences to focus on priorities and making the product as productive as possible. We also included insights from our customers so that that the machine was based around the needs of those who were going to use it. This was extremely important to us. The main objectives were that the design was practical, effective and economical.
The M-Tec M100 was designed specifically for the UK market and is ideal for spraying MP Finish and Spray Finish. It does spray renders, base coats and top coats for EWI Systems. It’s simple to use, with clear controls and can be dismantled for easy transferal. It’s consistent in its layering and its ratio of dry material to water. It’s easy to clean and leaves significantly less residue. The mixing system is patented and enables a high-quality mix. It can output around 14l per minute and can convey up to 15m in distance and 5m in height.
We also stock the EZE24 which can be used with scratch renders, plaster, base-coats and thin coat renders. It’s rotor and stator allows material conveyance to a spray gun which is appropriate for textured finishes and standard materials on walls and ceilings.