The plastering machine Model SP11 is cheapest as it is not equipped with the water system and some accessories as other models, which does not compromise its high quality.
- 2 sponges for fine and pre-mixed material
- Transformer assembly
- Working group
- Cable made with a special anti-scratching material, 15mt long
- Accessory box
AVERAGE DAILY PRODUCTION
|Rough plaster||60 - 80 mq/h|
|Fine plaster||70 - 90 mq/h|
|Products previously mixed in general||70 - 90 mq/h|
|"Scratched" painting||70 - 80 mq/h|
|Scraping and fine polishing of paints in general||50 - 70 mq/h|
- Electrical connection 220Volt, 50/60Hz
- Speed From 90 till 160 rpm
- Disc diameter 370mm
- Weight transformer 15 kg
- Weight working group 5 kg
What is the plastering machine and how does it workLet's discover together, step by step, how the Lino Sella plastering machine works, from the mounting of the driver disc to the use of sponges and accessories. Our sponges are designed for materials with different types of granulometry, while the accessories for different results according, to user's needs.
Operation of the plastering machine
Ceiling supportThe ceiling support is made up of carrier plate with a belt and a telescopic pole with a support for the the working group of the plastering machine.
It is practical, lightweight and easy to mount. Watch our video tutorials and find out how easy it is its use.
Black disc for raw mortarThe black plastic disc is designed to spread the rough mortar on the walls; after this first operation, you can obtain the result you want with the supplied sponges. Discover it in our video tutorial!
Lino Sella spongesOur sponges, available in different colours, which indicate their difference in density,have been designed to process fine mortar of different granulometry. Find out how to use and choose them, watching our video tutorial!
Processing with Lino Sella plastering machineIn this video you can see how our plastering machine works.
Processing with Lino Sella plastering machineFurther proof of the usefulness and validity of the Lino Sella plastering machine in an Indian construction site!