B4-2l rotor & stator

themucky1

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It's 10lpm at 400rpm. Ritmos spin at close to 600rpm.
So if a ritmo turbo was on speed 5 with. D6-3 slim r&s what lpm would that be spitting out? About 10-12lpm?
And on full pelt would they do about 22lpm? Even tho it says 20 on the r&s???
 

McPlaster

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Sprayed with B4-2 soft today, 38 weber on rendaid so 2 passes, water 200, amps draw was 4.5, didn't seem any different apart from machine started easier so less wet after start stop off a tower, b*****d off a job of a tower.
 
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Ftp321

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Sprayed with B4-2 soft today, 38 weber on rendaid so 2 passes, water 200, amps draw was 4.5, didn't seem any different apart from machine started easier so less wet after start stop off a tower, b*****d of a job of a tower.
I wonder how they will last to the b4 1.5
 

McPlaster

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I have had my ritmo m since they first came out, in comparison to a 3 phase pump it's dustier, given me more hassle with not banging the gear on as fast enough so we can cut back sooner, I can see why lads who start with them think they're brill, but to be honest 3 phase pumps for me any day, oh and I f**k**g got caught out by that b*****d water switch this morning again! Bloke we did the job for over my shoulder talking to me as usual. I did feel like a c**t.
 

McPlaster

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Well, we have put 88 bags through the ritmo m with the b4-2 soft up to now, Friday I used the 15m light weight hose which I think is a little narrower than standard 25mm, all sprayed well but the amps were a little high at 5.6 ish, bit more on start up after down time moving mortar line but all in all comfortable little set up, bit quicker but not much, certainly helps the arms with lighter hose and slow but adequate application speed you get with the single phase mixer pumps, all in all quite pleased with the set up. Money pits machines are ! But work smart not hard.
 

Ftp321

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Well, we have put 88 bags through the ritmo m with the b4-2 soft up to now, Friday I used the 15m light weight hose which I think is a little narrower than standard 25mm, all sprayed well but the amps were a little high at 5.6 ish, bit more on start up after down time moving mortar line but all in all comfortable little set up, bit quicker but not much, certainly helps the arms with lighter hose and slow but adequate application speed you get with the single phase mixer pumps, all in all quite pleased with the set up. Money pits machines are ! But work smart not hard.
I had just over 200 bags about 5 and half pallets out of mine @McPlaster
 

McPlaster

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I know it's heavier kit to move around but the D6-3 on bigger pumps last an age, I'd rather wack a bit of petrol in the genny and belt it on and foxtrot oscar home.
 

Ftp321

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I know it's heavier kit to move around but the D6-3 on bigger pumps last an age, I'd rather wack a bit of petrol in the genny and belt it on and foxtrot oscar home.
If I was pumping monocouche everyday on plots and site it would be a no-brainer three phase,
But for private thin coat work for one spread the ritmo is more than adequate.
 
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