Rendergun

From£140.00 + VAT

Rendergun

From£140.00 + VAT
Product Name
Quantity
Price
Renger Gun
£381.81
Regulator
£140.00

RENDERGUN is a lightweight, rugged tool, powered by compressed air, for rapidly applying any kind of render.

A variety of finishes can be achieved and the render can be left as applied or finished conventionally with a wooden or steel float.

Much simpler than a dedicated plastering machine for spray-applied plaster, Rendergun is also more versatile, it can be used to apply all sorts of coatings

Rendergun isn’t just for applying render, it can be used to apply all sorts of coatings including:

Insulation
Protective coatings
Shelter coat
Pebble dash

 

Applied Finishes

Rendergun kit

A perfect scratch coat (first coat)

This can be applied at the rate of 10 seconds per sq metre and, because it is rough and spiky, it does not need scoring to provide a key for the next coat!

 

Tyrolean finish

Tyrolean finish

If you have ever struggled with one of those tedious turn-a-handle-to-flick-it-on-the-wall gadgets, you will already have worked out that Rendergun can probably apply a Tyrolean finish more easily. It can. Much more easily!

 

Harled finish application

Harled finishes

Harled finishes are obtained by harling (throwing) the render on the wall. This is exactly what Rendergun does very efficiently - and with Rendergun it is much easier to put the render where it is supposed to be!

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Rustic (Art Deco) finishes

With the right mix, all manner of finishes are possible.

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Fine finishes and shelter coats:

Using the plate with the smallest hole, a very fine mix can be applied 1mm or 2mm thick. This plate is also ideal for applying shelter coats.

Applying pebble dash with Rendergun

Pebbledash

Aggregate up to 10mm/3/8" can be applied either wet - mixed with a binder as a slurry - or dry.

How to vary the finish
Many different finishes can be achieved using Rendergun by changing the four variable elements:

The mix
The front plate
The air pressure
The nozzle size
The principles involved are straightforward:

The larger the hole(s) in the front plate, the larger the aggregate that can be used in the mix.
The larger/more hole(s) in the front plate the coarser the finish.
The smaller/less hole(s) in the front plate, the finer the finish.
Fine mixes, particularly with the small-holed front plate, require less air pressure

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