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Tsplastering

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I’m looking for this machine to spray silicone or something similar that I can pour silicone in to. I have a compressor and hopper but I would like to use a hose instead.
 

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Elite exteriors

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im yet to find a machine that can spray and not leave it stippled and sharp
Don't think you'll ever find one buddy I use the eze 24 and Yeah it's a different look to padding it the machines just make bigger jobs so much easier and you don't have to worry about dry lines
I'm intrigued about the swing now someone suggested it have you ever used one
 

Elite exteriors

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Better than an eze, you need a separate compressor but he already has one, there about 3k I think
Yeah I prefer pft gear never seen one of these though what's the main difference I saw your comment and had a look online but couldn't really find out much about them or the difference between the models I'd only ever use one for thin coat finishing
 

themucky1

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Yeah I prefer pft gear never seen one of these though what's the main difference I saw your comment and had a look online but couldn't really find out much about them or the difference between the models I'd only ever use one for thin coat finishing
The main difference is the swing is Pft lol
One model is 3 phase the smaller one is 240v so size and output will be the difference, it’s only a conveying pump so mix up and tip in it’s not like a ritmo say that can mix and pump,
 

Elite exteriors

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The main difference is the swing is Pft lol
One model is 3 phase the smaller one is 240v so size and output will be the difference, it’s only a conveying pump so mix up and tip in it’s not like a ritmo say that can mix and pump,
Yeah thanks I've got a ritmo and a g4 and the eze 25 but I'd sell the eze 24 to get a pft equivalent what model would I want to get as a straight replacement for the eze cheers
 

Tramp

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No need for a swing or a eze 24, Just wasting your money had em and sold em,
a ritmo’s all you need to do everything, For bucket coat you just got to find the sweet spot with air and distance an you’ll get a nice finish,
Swing gun and 5m off Lightweight hose an away
 

Elite exteriors

Active Member
No need for a swing or a eze 24, Just wasting your money had em and sold em,
a ritmo’s all you need to do everything, For bucket coat you just got to find the sweet spot with air and distance an you’ll get a nice finish,
Swing gun and 5m off Lightweight hose an away
Maybe I've had bad advice on the ritmo spraying top coat, what I've been told by people I know recon it's not as controlled as the eze
 

Rossi46

Private Member
It’s so slow with hopper’s though
But less mess, easy and light, very little cleaning to deal with.
When you’ve got hopper, hoses, gun to keep clean it’s a ballache. Machine is a pain to move around a house. Hopper gun you just add more airline.
 

Tramp

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Maybe I've had bad advice on the ritmo spraying top coat, what I've been told by people I know recon it's not as controlled as the eze
Maybe I've had bad advice on the ritmo spraying top coat, what I've been told by people I know recon it's not as controlled as the eze
Load of b*ll***s just takes a bit of getting the knack then you won’t look back, just run a B42r&s on speed 0, give Pft John a call or Les Thay will back up what I’m saying, No need for anything else
 

Tramp

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If I was in the market for just a thin coat machine I would 100% just buy An old battered ritmo all you need is it to convey don’t need the water or on board compressor So nothing to go wrong and thincoat is Messi horrible stuff So don’t need anything posh
 

Elite exteriors

Active Member
Load of b*ll***s just takes a bit of getting the knack then you won’t look back, just run a B42r&s on speed 0, give Pft John a call or Les Thay will back up what I’m saying, No need for anything else
Yeah I only get the eze for the top coat as I have a g4 for everything else but I've also recently bought a ritmo for smaller jobs and want to now get rid of the eze and maybe use the ritmo for top coat too just been put off by what people are saying I reckon I'll just have to give it a bash and see for myself
 

Tramp

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Yeah I only get the eze for the top coat as I have a g4 for everything else but I've also recently bought a ritmo for smaller jobs and want to now get rid of the eze and maybe use the ritmo for top coat too just been put off by what people are saying I reckon I'll just have to give it a bash and see for myself
Didn’t realise you got a eze, if you got one keep it there very good top coat machine, And it’s obviously made its money back so no need to get rid of, I was just thinking if your after one and already got a ritmo may as well save your money and used the ritmo.
 

Elite exteriors

Active Member
Didn’t realise you got a eze, if you got one keep it there very good top coat machine, And it’s obviously made its money back so no need to get rid of, I was just thinking if your after one and already got a ritmo may as well save your money and used the ritmo.
Yeah they are I just prefer pft machines I've used the eze for a good few years a pal of mine used to lend me his then I bought one so wasn't really looking at anything else I never even heard of the swing but now I know pft do one I'm interested in getting one and selling the eze
 

Tramp

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Yeah they are I just prefer pft machines I've used the eze for a good few years a pal of mine used to lend me his then I bought one so wasn't really looking at anything else I never even heard of the swing but now I know pft do one I'm interested in getting one and selling the eze
I’m Pft wouldn’t have anything else, apart from the eze 24 for thin coat best on the market,
 
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