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spunky

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What's the difference in spray cap sizes we've got a 16mm that we use and a 10mm dies it make alot of difference were using mono ?
 

Curry

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We use a 10 or 12 with the Ritmo for mono/render. 14mm for mp75/ hardball

Anyone sprayed mono with the texture gun and high air before? Could you not build up say 3 flat layers which need to hardly be ruled before leaving? Sprayed Parinter a few week backs at 6mm and it was almost level with touching
 

22jasper

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We use a 10 or 12 with the Ritmo for mono/render. 14mm for mp75/ hardball

Anyone sprayed mono with the texture gun and high air before? Could you not build up say 3 flat layers which need to hardly be ruled before leaving? Sprayed Parinter a few week backs at 6mm and it was almost level with touching

That's too much hassle... spray and just rule it.... you're overthinking this spray plastering
 

keithuk

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We use a 10 or 12 with the Ritmo for mono/render. 14mm for mp75/ hardball

Anyone sprayed mono with the texture gun and high air before? Could you not build up say 3 flat layers which need to hardly be ruled before leaving? Sprayed Parinter a few week backs at 6mm and it was almost level with touching
we do 2 coat spray ,but 3 Steve ? my lad would kid my head in mate :RpS_blink:
 

technoman

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With plaster being a light weight product the spray caps with a bigger diameter is much better due the the air pressure being able to spray the light product in a nice wide band . So when using render by reducing the diameter it give the air a much better chance the move the heavier product in to a better spray pattern .
 
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