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  • sdeering
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    Yep. I have browsed that site watched the vid too. The guy has some great ideas I like the bobcat mixer.
    Hears a pick of his hose. i could order from him but I would rather find somthing in my area.
    http://shop.monolithic.com/products/peristalticpumpline
    I’m thinking a smaller version.
    I may have to go to our hose supplier and have a look.
    Stephen
    Last edited by sdeering; 07-15-2008, 08:01 AM.

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  • digger_doug
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    something like this ?

    http://static.monolithic.com/gallery...500/index.html

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  • sdeering
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    Thanks DR. nemo

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  • doctor demo
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    Originally posted by sdeering
    http://www.southern-tool.com/pdf/mul...rayer-1099.pdf


    Since I have the wand hose and air I think building a parastalic would be quite simple, except for the hose material.
    Anyone else?
    Stephen
    Delta Rubber sells all kinds of conc. pump hoses here in Calif. I don't know how big a footprint they have globaly though.
    Push come to shove You could call and get a hose spec. and go from there.
    Steve

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  • sdeering
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    http://www.southern-tool.com/pdf/mul...rayer-1099.pdf

    This is what I have actually 2 of them, except for the hose and wands.
    I am using a 3/4" hose and I built a wand. I am using air from my shop comp. I think the stator is wore out. If I put my hand over the end of the hose and stop the flow.
    I think I am mixing my plaster thin enough. Its not pluging it just has poor flow.

    I was thinking of renting something but there is nothing in my part of the province.

    Since I have the wand hose and air I think building a parastalic would be quite simple, except for the hose material.
    Anyone else?
    Stephen

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  • Guido
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    Progressing cavity pump styles come in many flavors, ie. pressure vs volume. Great for moving abrasive/fluid slurries. Pressures to 17 feet of head are 'no chore for a stepper'.

    For moving cement based stucco materials and mixing with water, Google up Reed Concrete and Gunite Pumps. Depending on where you are, weekly rental of a pumping system and compressor for a one off job, will greatly simplify your project.

    I hesitatate to suggest it, but more than one working gunite machine has been cobled together by those so inclined.

    G

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  • sdeering
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    Peristalticpump hose?

    I'm pondering making cement/stucco pump.
    Anyone know what type of hose would work the best in this application? Im thinking 1to2".
    All I have found Googleing is, it is made of open-cell polyurethane, has a combination of outer fabric reinforced shells with inner “rubber” walls that have a tremendous “memory”.
    I will be applying 1” of stucco to the inside and outside of a 30x40x17 foot straw bail building. I don’t want my one arm to be twice as big as my other at the end of summer.

    I have been experimenting with am essic progressive cavity pump, I think designed for fire barrier material. It works but I don’t think it will do the 17’ of head needed.
    Thanks for any help.
    Stephen
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