Utiform Quattro vs m tech m 300

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smartspread

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Hi guys I've been looking for an half decent render pump and I've narrowed my search down to the two above. Can anyone offer any advice reviews etc on any of these or maybe a similar machine. Your help will be much appreciated
 

smartspread

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Hours of reading and you tube vids. I would buy a used one if it was in decent nick otherwise I would get a new one. Do you use either of them or know for one for sale?
 

PFTwales

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PFT G4 is the worlds best selling 3 phase mixing pump. Very simple to use and easy to maintain. training is given when you buy it and full support throughout.

Look for a local dealer. where you based
 

keithuk

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PFT G4 is the worlds best selling 3 phase mixing pump. Very simple to use and easy to maintain. training is given when you buy it and full support throughout.

Look for a local dealer. where you based
Amen brother :RpS_thumbup:
 

Plasterers1StopShop

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Hi guys I've been looking for an half decent render pump and I've narrowed my search down to the two above. Can anyone offer any advice reviews etc on any of these or maybe a similar machine. Your help will be much appreciated

The M-tec M300 has been one of the leading pumps in the world not just for sales but for performance. The M300 also has a higher output as standard than any other 3 Phase machine.

The M300 comes with an easy clean PU system ensuring it doesn't take too long to clean or even set the machine up.

We we have some used and new M300's in stock. Please let us know if you would like a demo
 

owls

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There all pretty much the same these days for me, I've had a utiform Quattro I've used a m300 and a lad that works for us has a g4 and raves about it. I'd buy any of those new or second hand.
 

mark ross

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Purchased an M Tec from Ryan 4 years ago. This machine has performed outstandingly , never missed a beat , only had to replace wear and tear parts such as the R/S , spray nozzles and dossing screws. Only negative I have on this machine is that it's bulky ness and small wheels make it awkward to move around site sometimes. That said I am able to load and unload this machine onto a van single handed.

Once your are organised a team of 3 can be spraying within half an hour of arriving at site .
If you stick to the German machines and their timely pedigree I guess you won't go wrong .
Brought ours from Ryan ( One Stop Shop ) , received excellent training and superb back up since .
 

PFTnorthern

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out of the two i would have the quattro iv had both machines and know the problems m 300 can give you in future wearing parts . so quattro come,s out top from a plasterer and technicians view.
 

Plasterers1StopShop

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out of the two i would have the quattro iv had both machines and know the problems m 300 can give you in future wearing parts . so quattro come,s out top from a plasterer and technicians view ​and also somebody who sells PFT Machines and knows m-tec is their biggest competitor in the UK.

Not surprised at your comment as the M300 is huge competitor to PFT in the UK. Anything for M-tec to lose out.

I have added something into your post which would make your statement more believable
 
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PFTnorthern

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ryan mi little old chucky egg its very naughty adding comments to my post ... i forgive you ...

I do know the wearing faults on the m tec and as this part is connected to the frame and there's not a lot that can be done with it .
But after many many years working on actual building sites man and boy winter and summer rain or shine and actually being a spread.
Being a PFT dealer never came in to my head iv have worked with both machines and i would still pick the qauttro over the m tec its a better wearing machine and cheaper to run . p.s i love all machines ryan anything that makes plastering life's easier has to be good. Just so you know why iv not been around for a while iv been very very busy but i do miss are chats ryan . all my love les .p.s tell m tec to give me a call i will point them in the right direction free of charge .
 

Plasterers1StopShop

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Les,

Your Professionalism and maturity levels have certainly improved!

If your willing to make a comment regarding a fault please inform us all. Neither us or M-tec are aware of any issue. We would be happy to hear your comments and would be willing to let everybody know if they are accurate.

As for your experience with machines, if your honest about both and ran both fairly you would know the M300 will firstly out pump the Quattro in distance and secondly speed. You will also know that the M300 will out perform most machines when it comes to wearing parts.

Average life expectancy of a Rotor and Stator: 24 Pallets - We have guys who get over 30
Average Life expectancy of the Mixing Shaft: 1 per year

We are happy to state these facts.

Look forward to hearing your comments on the apparent 'fault'
 

Plasterers1StopShop

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Something I have long wondered is why p1ss is known as PFT Central?

We were called PFT Central originally, it was our main company name which was well known and many of our customer knew us as that. Too many complications in changing it so we have changed what it stands for ;-)

We are still certified trainers of PFT Machines and can still repair any of their machines and carry all spares.
 

Arti

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Think we need a pump off to settle this one.

I always knew the machine boys were bitches
 

keithuk

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We were called PFT Central originally, it was our main company name which was well known and many of our customer knew us as that. Too many complications in changing it so we have changed what it stands for ;-)

We are still certified trainers of PFT Machines and can still repair any of their machines and carry all spares.
So you can sell second hand machines ,but not new pft machines ?
 
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