Ritmo L or Mtec200??

Worthy84

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Hi lads, not posted on here for a long time, anyway im looking at getting a machine in the new year. Ive been using an eze24 but after something with a bit more oomph, Il be using it for mono and roughcasting, mates got a ritmo l and loves it but i like look of the mtec? Thanks
 

PFTwales

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Ritmo L 230v is a handy bit of kit. And with the built in compressor makes it easier to move about.
The standard set up is ideal for mono or roughcast or base coats
Most the time on domestic it can be plugged straight into mains water and power and runs with no issues.
You can buy a seperate water pump if the water pressure on the job is too low to operate a machine.
I use one myself for years and its just a tool to me now but id never be without it if i had lots of bags to mix
 

Orangemachineman

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The m-tec looks decent Especially for domestic jobs.
I have a ritmo l and it's a great for mono,basecoats,bagged sand & cements,lime renders!!!
Had it almost 4 years now and could do without it!



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stuart23

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The m-tec looks decent Especially for domestic jobs.
I have a ritmo l and it's a great for mono,basecoats,bagged sand & cements,lime renders!!!
Had it almost 4 years now and could do without it!



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Could do without it? You thinking of getting rid of it lol
 

theclemo

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Ritmo l is a good machine and can do roughcast. It's been around for a long time I can't fault my one. I've been told m200 can't do roughcast. Don't know if that is true. But haven't seen any videos of it doing it. Here is a video of PFTwales doing roughcast with the ritmo he is a plasterer that sells machines.
 

Orangemachineman

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The m-tec looks decent Especially for domestic jobs.
I have a ritmo l and it's a great for mono,basecoats,bagged sand & cements,lime renders!!!
Had it almost 4 years now and could do without it!



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I meant couldn't do without it!!!


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Marshy

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I dont have amachine but used a G4 (pft) for years in Germany. Brilliant machine hardly ever went wrong and pft are well proven track record for reliable equipment. I know a few blokes who own ritmos and never heard anything negative regard them. Often its the user at fault not the machine but the pft guys do excellent back up service. Ive read enough posts on here that will back that claim up
 

Leeroy

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I would get a demo on both and make your own mind up, you will get great service from both dealers
 

Orangemachineman

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Ritmo l is a good machine and can do roughcast. It's been around for a long time I can't fault my one. I've been told m200 can't do roughcast. Don't know if that is true. But haven't seen any videos of it doing it. Here is a video of PFTwales doing roughcast with the ritmo he is a plasterer that sells machines.

Why cant it do roughcast?


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theclemo

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Why cant it do roughcast?


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I don't know. My mate knows a bloke that has one and he could not get it to do it. I didn't really ask tbh. I can remember on here as well some bloke bought one and put it straight back up for sale he bought it for roughcast as well I think.
 

Plasterers1StopShop

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Hi lads, not posted on here for a long time, anyway im looking at getting a machine in the new year. Ive been using an eze24 but after something with a bit more oomph, Il be using it for mono and roughcasting, mates got a ritmo l and loves it but i like look of the mtec? Thanks

I would recommend viewing both machines and having a demo on them both.

The M200 is a 110v machine with a greater pumping distance and output than its competitors in the 110-240v class.

If you would like to arrange one on the M200, please call me on 01242 236699
 

McPlaster

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The 3kw motor is a bit much for plug and play. Time u add a water pump and factor in the compressor it wont be so straight forward
Thouhgt that too Ian, but even if you ran off a compact genny it has a good application rate at 20lm, gravity fed hopper for me next time, doing so many different jobs and colours these days and with the G4 a bit of a pain cleaning out hopper for colours. Maybe the Rimo XL could be the answer.
 

PFTwales

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Thouhgt that too Ian, but even if you ran off a compact genny it has a good application rate at 20lm, gravity fed hopper for me next time, doing so many different jobs and colours these days and with the G4 a bit of a pain cleaning out hopper for colours. Maybe the Rimo XL could be the answer.
The d63 slimline is the pump we use on our g4x switchable when running in single phase mode. That gives about 20 lts. I just plug it in the mains and off she goes.
Who knows .maybe something equivalent will be developed for a ritmo machine.;)
The XL is a large machine to shift job to job. Dont think it would be the answer ur looking for.
 

Orangemachineman

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Looks like the Eze wheelbarrow
Good for thin coat and pushing daffodils up the garden but it doesn't mix and pump!!


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