no the ritmo L is 230v. The M is 110v and has the same output. Speck. its a bit slower than a larger machine but heck ov a lot more productive than any other option i.e mixing,carrying and laying by hand
Its not a bad speed if you are going over a pre rend like in the vid. I use a 4-3 twister (3 phrase monojet) for spraying 10mm mono thats a 15 litre per minute output i think and it's fast enough for domestic houses.
I recently did a 200m 5 lift nursing home monster frontage dubbed out 50mm in places with parmurex/blanc du littoral all off the ritmo m plugged into the kitchen socket. It's a bit slow compared to 3 phase but there were 2 extra plasterers added to me spraying and the lab bagging on 2 sprays to move the job along. They couldn't keep up with the m. was a bit fiddly and they weren't the fastest most experienced monoers going but competent experienced spreads all the same. The nice thing is that combined with a refina comp......the same machine can spray bucket coat with no trowel the next day plugged in....same r&s just a different gun. adjust the speed and off you go. 3 phase g4 etc would have to be unloaded and the genny dont forget and the little swing m loaded. All too much time, money and hassle for me. Plug & play is all most domestic/bit of site work plasterers need. Seeing as monos dying a slow death I don't see the point of 3 phase in the future so much......portability, versatility and return on investment are more important than one trick ponys imo
i have to agree monos are dying a slow death,
i have seen some overpainted as they have lost their colour.
some beside the sea are covered in algae, the crevices in the finish are impossible to keep clean