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    There are sprayers like that with hose fed cement to prevent having to load up every few seconds. They're much lighter and easier to maneuver too.

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    How do these handle sand and aggregate? Looks like they're spraying really watery mortar or cement with no aggregate (hard to tell from a video though).
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    Come in a variety of configurations and some have interchangeable nozzles for different materials and/or aggregate sizes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NortonDommi View Post
    Come in a variety of configurations and some have interchangeable nozzles for different materials and/or aggregate sizes.
    I've done a ton of concrete pours on industrial sites, but it's always conventional stuff. Nothing exotic like shotcrete, whatever this stuff, or even slipforms. I find it interesting.

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    If you want to spray anything you need a Spray Force machine. My uncle started the company and it is the number one manufacturer of spray equipment. Working for him I learned every phase of manufacturing...
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