ritmo xl

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who thinks i should have the machine for 3 grand

  • yes, sure why not. help a fellow plasterer out!

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  • no chance, sting the dopey **** for as much as you can

    Votes: 1 50.0%

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robinhood

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whats the price of one of these babys, whats the difference between the ritmo and xl apart from the 415- 240 switchover. can the xl spray mono when its on 240? has it a bigger compressor than the ritmo? why are fish not able to survive in distilled water?
 

theblones

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the xl is the new version of the monojet. The compressor is 160 lts a minute which is more powerful than the standard ritmo. The 110v ritmo will spray the same as the 220v. The amps are higher when it sprays k rend so you may have to spray a bit wetter.
the switchable is the only one worth having and it will spray mono in single phase easily.
Fish need te oxygen generated by flowing water to breathe i think
 

robinhood

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5 and a half for the xl then? and can be plugged into standard 240 socket? how many bags can they hold in the hopper,
 

robinhood

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So what you saying. Get one through my ltd company. Or get one through his vat reg one . What would be best .sorry ain't too hot on vat!!!
 

robinhood

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Gibbo. What you have? Where are you based. I'm in London. Just concerned about loudness of genny .cos I do a lot of residential work. Damproofing vaults and basements. Or do I just hand out ear plugs to everyone??!!
 

theblones

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robin buy it yourself through your own firm. if you supply then you wont be long b4 ur vat rated and then u can backdate a claim of the vat back on ur plant. An accountant will explain.

On saying that gobbo's is 3.5k all inclusive and you wont get a much quieter genny than his about 75 db i think
 

robinhood

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Ok then... is the monojet 240/415. If so what's the best running on 240 . The xl or the monojet. And what area is Gibbo in. Whats the xl price plus vat. Will speak with accountant cheers balloons.
 

Gibbo

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im in great dunmow in essex near stansted if you do damproofing a mixing machine is no good for you as you need to use waterproofers and you cant put them through pumps and the materials are premixed bagged
 

robinhood

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Ok. I use pre bagged renders 25kg bags. Nearly the same as ocr but contain small fibres anti halting additive and bit of waterproofer. You saying a machines no good? Also do mono / ocr/ sto so I would get a machine anyhow
 

Gibbo

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not if its in it already but if adding to a mix they can block the water systems where in london are you from
 
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