Excalibur Hydra Tag

Excalibur Hydra Tag

Plaster Spray Pump

The Excalibur Hydra uses one 37HP diesel power plant for both the pump & mixer. The Excalibur Hydra uses an Automatic Self-Compensating "Smart System" to automatically adjust hydraulic oil flow to save fuel and reduce equipment wear & tear. The equipment uses a high-efficiency oil system to power the hydraulics and reduce maintenance costs. The equipment has fingertip speed control for both pump and mixer located on the side of the unit over an infinite operating range. No more manual changing of gears as speed change is as simple as a turn of the dial. With a completely hydraulic system, the equipment maintains maximum horsepower throughout various RPM levels giving you the ability to pump and mix even the toughest materials. A full spout Powermix 1010 mixer with a right-hand dump is utilized to eliminate splash and reduce job site cleanup.

Pressure Compensating Hydraulics
Zerk Grease Station
EngineHatz 57HP Diesel
Torque-Flex Trailer Frame
CompressorQuincy QTS-3
Hopper Capacity9 cu. ft. (67 gallons)
Infinite Speed Control
PlasteringPlaster is a building material used for the protective and/or decorative coating of walls and ceilings and for moulding and casting decorative elements.
FireproofingFireproofing is the process of making something (structures, materials, etc.) resistant to fire, or incombustible; or material for use in making anything fire-proof. It is a passive fire protection measure.
Pool PlasteringPool plaster aggregate is fine quartz sand (also called silica sand, quartz being also called silica) or very fine marble dust.
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