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P C Cox Ultrapoint Pointing & Grouting Gun (79243)

Up to 1Ltr. Heavy duty, large volume applicator developed for pointing and gap filling between brick, stonework, paving and tiles. Powerful trigger action fills void to ensure maximum joint strength.

  • Plunger Adjustable for Wear
  • 12:1 Trigger Ratio
  • Easily Replaceable Barrel

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£29.39INC VAT

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P C Cox Ultrapoint Pointing & Grouting Gun is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 25.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from PC Cox pointing gun Easy to use good quality pointing gun. Comes with two ends for different width joints and a mixing paddle. Easy to read and informative guide.
Date published: 2016-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Time Saving Tool Used this tool to re-point approximately 20 square metres of patio slabs. The mixing paddle (fits to drill) is essential in ensuring that the correct bend and consistency of mortar is achieved before attempting to apply to the work. Although this took me half a day of messing about to get right, once I'd get the hang of this the tool made light work of the job (at least compared to pointing by hand). Check out the manufacture's YouTube videos for tips and advice. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tool, always in the van Great gun, real time and money saver. As with others you need to get the mix spot on. - always use plasticiser - if keeping nozzle small - sieve the sand! - always use mixing paddle and mix thoroughly - finish with a higher speed to aerate. - rinse barrel between refills - if nozzle does get blocked just use a small screwdriver to clear. Don't bother with cheaper alternatives. Take your time with mixing and you can point/grout most things in a fraction of the time.
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Still perfecting themixture I get the concept of this piece of kit, but after several tries with trying to get the mix right, I am still not getting the flow through gun as per people's comments. I've tried seiving the sand, adding more plasticiser and whipping he mixture for about 5 mins(as per the PCCox YouTube video) but I'm still not able to empty the whole tube's mixture and still have to up end it and empty out the compacted sand and cement mix. Happy to take any feedback but unfortunately I just can't get this piece of kit working as it's designed!
Date published: 2016-05-04
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What sand is best, can I use normal builders sand and put it through a sieve

Asked by: Moza
Hello, yes you can use any fine sand. Sieving is a sensible precaution but we find that the key is to use a small amount of plasticiser, such as a drop or two of washing up liquid and to mix the mixture for longer than you normally would if pointing by hand. Use the mixing paddle supplied with a drill to get the mixture to a much more creamy consistency. Also, be sure to adjust the plunger after every three or four refills by tightening the nut behind the rear metal plate. That will ensure that the rubber disc compresses and fully fills the inside of the tube for a good seal. Be careful not to over-tighten it, as that will create too much friction, making it hard to pull the rod back when refilling.
Answered by: Dispenser Product Expert
Date published: 2017-03-24

Where do i get material for gun

Asked by: Ultrascore
Hello, the material to dispense such as mortars or grouts should also be available through Screwfix. Sorry, we only manufacture the tools and spare parts for them.
Answered by: Dispenser Product Expert
Date published: 2017-03-23

Hi the grouting gun, can you use sand & cement in it ?

Asked by: lessy
Hello, to be honest, I have not tried cement. It is designed for use with mortar and with grout. When using mortar, it works best if you make a more creamy mix than usual by using the mixing paddle and mixing it for longer. Also, add some plasticiser like washing up liquid - just a couple of drops. Because the sand used is finer and the mix is more creamy, it can be dispensed without too much abrasion to the inside of the tube or the plunger pushing the material. I would be worried that a cement mix would be too course and would wear out the components too quickly.
Answered by: Dispenser Product Expert
Date published: 2017-03-23
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Specification
Brand P C Cox
Colour Orange & Black
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Type Ultrapoint Pointing & Grouting Gun

Product contents

Applicator, barrel, grouting nozzle, pointing nozzle, mixing paddle and instruction leaflet.