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Roughneck 32100 Brick Mortar Gun

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  • Superior performance
  • Heavy gauge steel
  • Ratchet mechanism
  • Easy to load
  • Easy store and clean
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Technical Details
Part Number ROU32100
Item Weight517 g
Product Dimensions22 x 51.5 x 7 cm
Item model numberROU32100
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Weight515 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB003CT4D22
Best Sellers Rank 4,066 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight971 g
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Date First Available17 Mar 2010
  
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Product Description

Product Description

This Roughneck 32100 brick mortar gun is suitable for the mortar pointing of walls, chimneys and tile grouting. Simply fill the Roughneck pointing gun with jointing material into the open end of the barrel and then dispense through the nozzle. The Roughneck 32100 features a high thrust trigger action, a rubber plunger between steel plates and has case hardened rod for a longer usage life.

Box Contains

  • 1 x Roughneck 32100 Brick Mortar Gun


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    Customer Reviews

    3.6 out of 5 stars

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    49 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Mr. John R. A. Harding on 16 Aug 2010
    My partner has been saying for years,that there should be a icing piping bag for cement,now its here.Its very important to get the mix just right,if its too dry you will never get it out of the gun.If this happens,just open the gun shake out the mortar and re-mix.This product will do deep joints in rough stone walls,just pull the trigger fast to inject the mortar into the back of the joint,it works a treat.I like the product so much I may buy a spare.Before you use this gun make sure,the washer is secure,use two spanners,to nip up tight.
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    35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By RayW on 10 Oct 2010
    The first thing I saw on the packaging was that the gun is not suitable for sharp sand and as I wanted to use this I was, of course, disappointed. I did not see anything about this under the description on the website but buyers should be aware of this.
    I tried it anyway with builder's sand and although it worked and was good for getting mortar into the joints it was only good for about a third of the mortar mix and after this I found it too difficult to sqeeze the mortar out. The mortar may have been too dry but it actually seemed very wet when I first tried it. The instructions mention the use of a plasticiser so maybe this will make a difference but I have not had time to try it again with this.
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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mo on 7 Oct 2011
    if you get your mortar mixture the right consistancy - slightly softer than normal - use plasticiser or washing up liquid, this tool makes life sooo much easier. The only downside is the last inch of mortar has its water pressed out by the plunger and has to be discharged back into the bucket to be remixed as it becomes to stiff to passs through the nozzle
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    27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Poetman on 28 Feb 2012
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    I gave this to my son to try and remedy some pointing supposedly done by a 'real bricklayer'.
    The first attempt (using pre-mixed mortar from Tarmac - supplied dry) was disastrous. The unit dribbled, spluttered and then stuck leaving 70% of the mortar wedged inside. This happened every time no matter how much plasticiser we used. We then looked back at the reviews and heeded the advice. The culprit here seemed to be the sharp sand in the pre-mix.
    We mixed our own mortar 4:1 with soft building sanding from B&Q. We made the mix with plasticiser added first and water second. Basically, the consistency was something akin to 'Angel Delight'. We did use a lot of plasticiser - about 10% of the mix, which is normally considered as too much. However, this gadget then performed its miracle and quickly began to fill in the pointing gaps. We filled each area leaving the mortar proud of the brick work. These we left for four hours. We then removed the excess with a hard brush and pointed with a piece of hose pipe. We did buy a pointing tool, but found the hose more useful. (I say, 'we', but I just watched!! The results were impressive. We'll never pay for a bricklayer to point again.
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    33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Precision Pointing on 30 July 2011
    Ok, so I have been pointing brickwork for 15 years and did not believe that this product would work! But it does. Slightly bend the morter applicator by hand, inwards, as it is a bit too big.
    Make a mix @ 4 to 1. Add plenty of Fairy liquid. Ensure the mix is wet like a plaster mix. (creamy & light) Load from front of gun and clean nozzle attachment and gun after each hour. Work at 2 gun applications at a time. Then remove excess and strike morter. Ensure that the amount that you pump in exceeds the depth of the joint and brick. Excess does not mess the brick face, unless compressed. I won't use anything else now!!!
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    19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By JonW on 22 April 2011
    I bought this product despite some of the negative feedback as I have tried pointing with a pointing trowel and it is a slow a laborious job. To get a good finish from this product ensure you keep the gun clean at all times. When mixing mortar add a little plasticiser to ensure the mix is soft. The gun will then easily push out the mortar into the cleared and cleaned out joints in brickwork. After applying the mortar leave to go off for 15 to 20 mins then use a brick jointer trowel to finish off.
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    39 of 42 people found the following review helpful By gary lidderth on 24 July 2011
    I bought this mortar gun with some trepidation after reading the reviews.I am a self employed builder mainly carrying out small projects,I do tend to lay a lot of slabs,one of my least favourite jobs is pointing up the joints.I have just completeted laying a patio which was about 40 sq metres,I used the gun for the first time and was quite impressed with it,but,if you dont follow certain criteria the gun will not work well,this is what I done.
    The most important thing is to get the mix right,I used red pit sand which is very soft and made the mortar 4:1,I have a cement mixer which I'm certain helps to make the mix better,I added quite a lot of plasiciser and let the mix turn for a good ten minutes,the mix needs to be about the same as you would need to lay bricks,maybe a little wetter.Have a bucket of water and a soft brush,every time you fill the gun clean the nozzle and once filled clean the threaded end,otherwise any sand not cleaned off will ruin the thread.
    I would say the gun probably saved me 3-4 hours,and certainly saved wear and tear on my poor old knees,so I would reccommend it,just make sure you get the muck right.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Wellsy74 on 13 Aug 2012
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    The tool was ideally suited for it's purpose, made grouting my patio quick and easy. Make sure your mix is sufficiently runny enough to squeeze out and empty out the remaining cement each time before re-filling the canister is a good tip to stop the nozzle from jamming up!
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