Stucco Sprayer For Walls, Get 1″ of Heavy Texture
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The Tirolessa USA Stucco Sprayer can be used for applying plaster, small scale shotcrete, papercrete, earthen mixes and more. It can be used for plastering a stucco house, traditional plastering of stucco’s such as one coat or three coat stucco, GFRC, stamped concrete you can also use it for a stucco fence and also helps in building organic sculptures. It is also is very efficient for many alternative building methods like strawbale, earth bag, insulated panels and thin shell / ferro cement. The range is from 1/8″ heavy texture to 1″ thick structural layers. Use the wall sprayer with a 5 hp electric (220 volt), 6.5 hp gas compressor or larger. More air is better, bigger tanks are better. The goal is to let the compressed air do the work for you. If you have at least an 8 hp gas compressor, it is a good idea to maximize the air flow and throwing power with 1/2″ ID air hose and fittings.
Wall Sprayer Features:
- Two sets of changeable jets to match your compressor.
- Regular jets flow 7cfm@90psi
- Large jets flow 12cfm@90psi to throw mix harder
- Non rusting hopper
- Cleaning tool set
- Heavy texture up to 1″
- Proudly made in the USA
Stucco sprayer 30-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE
Stucco sprayer ONE-YEAR WARRANTY FOR PARTS AND WORKMANSHIP
Mortarsprayer.com offers a full one-year warranty on parts and workmanship. Jets are considered consumable parts and are warranted for 90 days (although they should last the life of the tool if you keep them clean). If you have problems with your tool and need to return it for service, please request a Return Merchandise Authorization Number by calling (800)669-3272. You will be responsible for shipping the sprayer to Mortarsprayer.com and Mortarsprayer.com will pay for shipping a repaired or refurbished sprayer to you. It is very rare to have any warranty requests on our stucco sprayers. If your sprayer is not meeting your expectations, please //