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Tirolessa cement, lime, mud stucco sprayer

 
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Anyone interested in a Tirolessa cement sprayer? We were planning to use it to ferro-cement our house before we changed our mind about pretty much everything and decided to go with something else. We bought a big compressor to use it with and then sold the compressor unused to a guy nearby. He did not need the sprayer though so now we have it (still in the box unused) and can't use it even if we want to without buying another compressor. It will spray lime mixtures as well as cement, and I'm pretty sure it could be used for mud plasters as well. It makes quick work of any stuccoing activity. They are used all over in Mexico.

This is the original model -- there is a newer version with an improved swivel bucket for spraying at odd angles, but otherwise it is identical to the one here...
http://www.tirolessausa.com/

We bought it a few years ago, and it has been in storage ever since. We are doing our spring cleaning and I am trying to get rid of all the things we have not used in 6 months in order to downsize our "stuff". I belive we paid over $250 for it new, and it is in perfect, unused condition, but considering the "next generation" model is $265, we could sell it for much less. Interested? Please PM me with your best offer and we can talk. Thanks!
 
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Hi , im interested. But Ia am from sweden , can you ship it for me ?
If you can , how much does it cost totally including everything ?

Regards Anders Tuvgren , Sankt Johannesgatan 10 , 63351 Eskilstuna , SWEDEN
 
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Deb Stephens wrote:Anyone interested in a Tirolessa cement sprayer? ...



I just wanted to let everyone know who sees this that the sprayer is long gone. I sold it almost immediately after putting this up. I should have posted that, but I didn't see any responses and figured there was not much interest. I have gotten several PMs about it, though recently, so I decided to track this old post down and tell everyone it is SOLD. (So sorry Anders Tuvgren -- I never saw your post until today because I asked people to PM me for details.)

If you are interested in getting one of these new, however, they are not all that expensive, and you can find them here.....
http://www.mortarsprayer.com/
 
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