Bennu spray gun

Rossi46

Private Member
Hi

Thanks for the detailed information. We are looking at spraying and then finish with a float with a ritmo. How long can you leave an open join on a scaffold for. That's what we are worried about
Thanks
No chance of doing that. Dries too quick to add a trowel to it.
 

liftdriver77

New Member
The beauty of spraying with the ritmo set up is there are no problems with joints. You can do half a wall , go back a few hours later and carry on. Using circular sweeping movements with the gun the silicone render just blends in. Use 1mm as the jets in the gun can get blocked using bigger grit. Do one pass in am then 2nd coat after dinner. Too soon between coats can cause it to run.
 

ankers

Active Member
The beauty of spraying with the ritmo set up is there are no problems with joints. You can do half a wall , go back a few hours later and carry on. Using circular sweeping movements with the gun the silicone render just blends in. Use 1mm as the jets in the gun can get blocked using bigger grit. Do one pass in am then 2nd coat after dinner. Too soon between coats can cause it to run

The beauty of spraying with the ritmo set up is there are no problems with joints. You can do half a wall , go back a few hours later and carry on. Using circular sweeping movements with the gun the silicone render just blends in. Use 1mm as the jets in the gun can get blocked using bigger grit. Do one pass in am then 2nd coat after dinner. Too soon between coats can cause it to run.

Thing I with that finish all customers hate it looking to heavy they prefer hand float as it looks more modern
 
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