The Rokamat Chameleon is the all-rounder amongst the Rokamat Machines. Like its name, given from the animal kingdom, the Chameleon is versatile adapting to all backgrounds. Overall the machine is easy and comfortable to use with many benefits.
Firstly, it uses the well-proven Rokamat drive concept. This is the motor mounted on a waist belt and power transmission via a flexible drive shaft. Secondly the machine is incredibly lightweight. The hand piece of sanding machine with two rotating tool discs weighs just 2.4 kg. Though lightweight, it still offers a large supporting and sanding area for plane surfaces. The machine operates smoothly, working evenly across your surface. The Rokamat Chameleon is known as one of the best and quickest wallpaper strippers on the market. Finally a major advantage of the machine is the wide range of accessories that can be fitted. This allows you to master almost any sanding job easily.
- Rubbing up sanded final coat
- Smoothing base coat
- Scratching monocouche plaster
- Thermal-insulation boards (surface grinding of rock wool-, polystyrene-, mineral boards etc.)
- Flattening concrete
- Cleaning concrete boarding
- Cleaning and grinding off facade paints
- Stripping wallpaper
- Removing glue residue
- Cleaning and polishing external finishes (metal, granite, clinker)
The Chameleon is a truly unique machine. In fact, it was also used in Berlin during the construction of the Holocaust Memorial between 2003 and 2005.
Rokamat Chameleon Advantages:
- Light weight
- Smooth operation with contra-rotating tool discs
- Evenness through large operating surface
- Ample accessories for a wide range of applications
- Separate drive motor to improve weight distribution
- Vacuum take off point to minimise dust*
- Continuous speed control to optimise each different application
- Low wheel speed – less risk of injury
- Compatible with rucksack vacuum cleaner for freedom of movement
*Vacuum not included.
Discs Sold Separately
Rokamat are another of our German suppliers and a fellow family run company like ourselves. Rockamat first began designing machines for painters and plasterers in 1982. Due to their innovative ideas, the machines have become widespread amongst many tradesmen. While Rolf Kammerer was working as an apprentice for his father, he felt there must be a way to make things easier for craftsmen. Consequently Rokamat was born, with an aim of easier work yet higher profits. Rokamat now have global success with the company having a reputation of developing the latest machinery. CES stock a range of Rockamat machines. The machines work on preparing walls and floors from rubbing up final coats and smoothing basecoats to flattening concrete and scratching monocouche plaster. Ultimately these electric machines make your life easier and save on time. Take a look at the range of machines and parts we stock.