How do plastering and rendering machines work?
Rendering and plastering machines have proven to have an invaluable purpose in a variety of plastering and rendering jobs and projects, and it’s crucial for you to choose the right one.
Rendering and plastering machines have several important moving elements. A typical machine will be comprised of a frame that’s movable and set on top of rollers. You can then adjust the rollers so you can work with whatever height you require. Machines like these are also equipped with smaller frames, which can slide into the component, and this frame supports a small box which holds the trowel. The trowel can be both raised and lowered with the use of a drum as well as an endless chain.
How do I book a rendering machine trial?
Plasterers 1 Stop Shop is one of only a small handful of companies who provide plastering and rendering machine trials. To book a trial simply call us on 01242 236383
We will then arrange an appointment for you to trial one of our machines.
How do I pick the right rendering machine for the job?
In order to be able to pick the right rendering machine for the job, you need to know what your requirements are. This includes knowing what materials you will have to work with. For instance, there are rendering machines which can prepare a large volume of mortar (as much as 12 bags) simultaneously, such as the Priomix Pragma CLP. This machine is ideal for jobs which require a lot of mortar, because a typical machine will only be able to mix around 6 to 8 bags of mortar.
Another consideration is flexibility. Are you looking for more flexibility when it comes to your rendering machine? Then you should look for a machine which can work on various jobs and work with various materials. A machine like the M-Tec Duo-mix 2000, for example, can work on bricklaying projects as well as lime plastering projects, and more.
If you have a job which requires plastering for both the inside and the outside of a structure, then you should look for a machine which has this capability, such as the M-Tec Mono-Mix (3 Phase). This machine is also ideal for the reinforcement of mortar as well as for use with adhesives. Along with this, the M-Tec Mono-Mix is suitable for both soft and bagged materials, and has a total of 4 output settings.
You can be certain that whatever kind of rendering machine you need, whatever features you may need, you will find the machine that’s perfect for your requirements.