Quikpoint Tuck Pointing Gun for Mortar Without Drill
Quickpoint Mortar Gun Without Drill
Quickpoint is up to five times faster than conventional pointing methods, he said, adding that over the last 16 years, the company sold 30,000 of the old units.
- For tuck pointing, brick work, stone work, thin brick, grouting, crack repair, and glass block
- Speeds application of mortar 5 times faster to all types of masonry joints
- Quick, clean, and accurate!
- Works on floors and walls
- Hopper holds three quarts of mortar
- Uses all standard and pre-mixed pointing mortars
- Excellent mortar penetration
- Vibrator fed auger drive assures constant mortar bead
- Unbreakable polyurethane body and nozzle holder
- Takes just 10 seconds to reload 1/2 gallon hopper
- Quick clean up in less than a minute simply by flushing with water
- Portable, weighs only 10 lbs (approximately 13 lbs loaded)
- Specially designed nozzle with 4 interchangeable steel tips (small: 3/16" X 0.8", medium: 1/4" X 0.8", large: 0.55" X 0.66", and special angled tip for overhead work 1/4" x 0.8")
- Nozzle rotates for horizontal and vertical joints
- Mounts any 3/8" drill, if you are using a cordless drill must be 18 Volts
- 1-Aluminum Scoop(#554)
- 1-U Blade(#504)
- 2-Tip Blade Sets(#503)
- Nozzle Key (#506)
- 8oz Gibco-MRF(#560)
- 2-1/4" x 1/4" Stainless Set Screws(502S)
- 1-Medium Steel Tip(#552)
- 1-Narrow Steel Tip(#551)
- 1-large Steel Tip(#553)
- 1-Angled Steel Tip (3552A)
Questions & Answers
Can a battery operated drill work with it?
by Garland Hudgens 11/27/2018 7:06:44 pm
It can be used with a cordless battery drill but it must be 18 volts.
I'm using a 20 volt cordless drill and it leaks around the nozzle holder and the steel tip. Is an electric 18 volt 3/8" better to use?
by Tony 12/10/2018 11:18:33 pm
This is to be used with a 3/8" drill and if you are using a cordless electric drill it must 18 volts. The higher voltage might be causing the issue.
Is there a attachment so I can do a floor so that mortar will not spill out when it is tipped over sideways
by Royce Peacock 7/31/2020 8:05:45 am
No, there is no attachment. We recommend keeping the hopper on a slight angle when working on floors.
Ratings & Reviews
A must have
I own a masonry business and have used disposable grout bags for years. The mess, adjusting mix and sore forearms and hands are over. Tool works flawlessly. Battery drill will not work. We use Harbor Freight electric throw away. Training is a breeze. We cover roughly 50% more joints when compared to bag. Set up time decreased as mix can be drier (auger and agitator take air out.) Highly recommend. Better, cleaner and faster job.