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plasterjfe

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I would try that out on a test wall first Lee.

d3.4 slowest but still like stu says above its not something I've ever seen or would try myself.

There may be a way you can apply it with a monojet and trowel it down as per usual then rub up.

All depends what finish you want I suppose.

Bear in mind your compressor is low output too
 

PFTwales

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The Germans use a D4-3 cos it mixes it better. if you look on you tube there are vids somwhere. Laying noblo on too thick is not the same as laying too much pre mixed bucket coat on because it spreads about far more evenly and there is much less drag when trowelling it to finish.
 

plasterjfe

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The Germans use a D4-3 cos it mixes it better. if you look on you tube there are vids somwhere. Laying noblo on too thick is not the same as laying too much pre mixed bucket coat on because it spreads about far more evenly and there is much less drag when trowelling it to finish.

So does he still need to trowel finish
 

PFTwales

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The monojet compressor is a k2. its 250 ltrs a minute and is absolutely fine for applying Noblo. A bigger compressor will offer no benefit here

The D4-3 is a 10/12 ltr pump so its gonna pump way too fast to leave as a finished sprayed texture. The time saving is that the material is mixed, applied and trowel finished immediately. Its far easier to spread than silicone or acrylics and you dont get hardly any residue building up on your trowel
 

wiganlad

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So I need a texture gun and a different r&s then I can go straight into the hopper with the dry powder and the monojet will mix and pump? I saw something similar in Germany guys where spraying a bagged texture with a G4 then flattened out with a big spat and troweled finished. Would this be the same ?
 

PFTwales

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So I need a texture gun and a different r&s then I can go straight into the hopper with the dry powder and the monojet will mix and pump? I saw something similar in Germany guys where spraying a bagged texture with a G4 then flattened out with a big spat and troweled finished. Would this be the same ?
its the same. just use a 8mm cap and you will be fine
 

wiganlad

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Thanks every1 for the input . Base is going on next satday I'll let u all know how I get on with the texture once I do It . Shud be a nice hit! Some b4 and after pics and video too. If I can get some one to put them on here for me
 

PFTwales

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These boys look the bolloxx. that may even be a 14 or 16 mm cap. he's getting it on just right for his pal
 
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wiganlad

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These boys look the bolloxx. that may even be a 14 or 16 mm cap. he's getting it on just right for his pal
thanks ian. That looks very fast. I shud have plenty man power with a team of 3 then inc myself. The contractor has quite abit of this wrk for me so knowing I can spray it is a big plus. Cheers
 
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thanks ian. That looks very fast. I shud have plenty man power with a team of 3 then inc myself. The contractor has quite abit of this wrk for me so knowing I can spray it is a big plus. Cheers

Nice one lee.Keep an eye on the weather mate as it will catch you out Bigtime.
 

plasterjfe

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I might come on for a day Lee just for the bash. Id like to have a crack at spraying noblo with 3phases.......giddy
 

wiganlad

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Same here.

Remember that vid. Incredibly fast but that wall of yours will be easy with a mono and plenty of hands. A morning?
was thinking so. One on spat and one finishing , burning shoulder for gene on the finishing. Yeah sure John. It's over on the wirel though
 

plasterjfe

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The monojet compressor is a k2. its 250 ltrs a minute and is absolutely fine for applying Noblo. A bigger compressor will offer no benefit here

The D4-3 is a 10/12 ltr pump so its gonna pump way too fast to leave as a finished sprayed texture. The time saving is that the material is mixed, applied and trowel finished immediately. Its far easier to spread than silicone or acrylics and you dont get hardly any residue building up on your trowel

The comp on my minijet is different to the k2 but I assume the same spec more or less? Will it do the mineral
 

Rigsby

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So I need a texture gun and a different r&s then I can go straight into the hopper with the dry powder and the monojet will mix and pump? I saw something similar in Germany guys where spraying a bagged texture with a G4 then flattened out with a big spat and troweled finished. Would this be the same ?

was thinking so. One on spat and one finishing , burning shoulder for gene on the finishing. Yeah sure John. It's over on the wirel though

I will b&b it. Manchester is a ******* to get past! Your lads, me Bobby and John? We will all be home for dinner.
 

PFTwales

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The comp on my minijet is different to the k2 but I assume the same spec more or less? Will it do the mineral

yes the air is suited to the output. it will do it easily. remember its only gotta get on the wall, you're man trowelling does most the graft
 
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