If its just hardwall you should consider a PFT Ritmo. It is a small machine that is available in 110v or 240v. It will mix and pump hardwall all day and will fit in any small van taking no more room than a mixer.
You can also use the Ritmo to mix and pump skim finish plasters. the ritmo is around Â£5k ish
There will be a post going up soon giving a little into how we got set up from buying/visiting PFT/ and the first big day out so I will keep it all in one post etc but for now mate we are playing with daves garage and a few small domestics to break us in :RpS_thumbup:
we also like looking at it - mmmm the orange paint :RpS_wub:
I am in the process of convincing my partner to go halves on a machine what i have seen it does pay for its self in no time and makes life a hundred times easier.......what about site work is there any restrictions at all? is it just a case of it being pat tested and away you go?
my first machine was a 110v g4 spunk. They work fine. The machine i had was sold to that "jonny k rend" who put his K rend video on youtube. I think old hands mate bought it of him.
The generator is very rare so look after it and its the same size a s a g4 plus the genny is a bit bigger than the briggs and stratton one, plus its diesel
the dood with the hair is the biggest arshschlok going, and he is rough as tits. He worked with me and that g4 for a few months and it was a nightmare. The big muscly guy was in school with me and in Germany and i wouldnt be surprised if he had chinned that jonny k rend soon after the video.
And the 3rd guy is a tit. he downed half a bottle of absinth on a wednesday after work and collapsed in the pub carpark. Nobody even rang an ambulance and i heard he was up and about the next day.
I went down to price the internals of those houses and OMG the K rend was fukking diabolical. The guy was moaning how bad it was then told me i wasnt the cheapest. I couldnt get outa there fast enough the pleb