The Rokamat PFM Plaster Finishing Machine – Dry 110v is extremely comfortable to use. Using the Rokamat dry to sponge float your plaster or render could increase your job speed by 50%. The handpiece weighs just 2.4 kg and can be run along the wall with little effort and high precision, whilst the drive is easy to mount on a waist-belt separated from the tool. Due to the long handle of the ROKAMAT DRY, a ladder is usually not required for a standard height of the room.
An even surface structure is ensured by the large support surface of the rotary plate, available with a diameter of 250 mm (adhesive system) or 350 mm (hook-and-loop system). (Included in delivery are supporting plate and sponge floats 350 mm.) Optimum matching to the background allows for continuous speed regulation between 120 and 350 r.p.m.
- Machining plaster, lime-cement render and clay plaster
- Abrading render and plaster
- Gypsum multi finish
- Machining of fine finish plaster
- Smoothing concrete elements
- Sponging filler compounds
- Light weight.
- Uniform structure through large headed work surface.
- High speed through work (saving approximately 50% of time).
- Continuous speed control for optimal working.
- Brake proof.
- Work piece / drive separation improves weight distribution and reduces soiling.
The plaster finishing machine for purists – without any frills whatsoever. That makes the PFM the lightest plaster finishing machine in our portfolio (hand tool only 1,3 kg). This is ensured by the well-established and reliable Rokamat concept: the separation of hand tool and motor (the latter is worn on a belt or shoulder strap). In addition to reducing weight, this feature also largely protects the motor from soiling.
Select any speed between 75-340 min-1, thus adapting it to fit your requirements.
The PFM is not just suited for plaster finishing. Thanks to a wide scope of accessories it is also ideal for smoothing of concrete elements and gypsum multi finish.
The special connection tube allows for an unobstructed view on the working surface and makes it possible to reach higher areas, too.
Whether it is plaster, lime-cement render, clay plaster, synthetic resin plaster, mineral plaster or silicate plaster – the PFM is just itching to get to work!
The PFM was formerly knows as ROKAMAT DRY.
|Power consumption||1 000 W|
|Idle motor speed||75-340 rpm|
|Net weight hand tool||1,3 kg|
|Total weight||4,9 kg|
|Accessory head size||250/350 mm|