Gunite Supply & Equipment
New  gunite parts and accessories website for dry-mix gunite and wet-mix shotcrete. See our online catalog here for gunite / refractory hose, gunite hose couplings, gunite nozzles, spray nozzles, gunite finishing tools, concrete / shotcrete hose, shotcrete clamps, hose adaptors, hose fittings, weld-on ends, shotcrete nozzles, air / water hose, steel placing line, reducers, pipe bends, shotcrete cleanout, water pressure booster pump, gunite scaffolding, and gunite machine parts and feed systems. This catalog is your source for all accessories for gunite pool construction, refractory work and other gunite / shotcrete construction / repair projects.
Gunite Equipment


Gunite Supply manufactures gunite machines and equipment for gunite construction, concrete repair, mining, refractory, plaster and shotcrete applications. Gunite equipment includes gunite machines, batch plants, Micon Rigs, shotcrete pumps, concrete pumps, pre-dampeners, finishing tools, nozzles, hose and clamps, pool building equipment, accessories and other gunite construction equipment.

Gunite  accessories include gunite and shotcrete nozzles, gunite and shotcrete hose, finishing tools (fresnos, rods, trowlels, floats), clamps, couplings, adaptors, gunite machine feed systems/wear parts (bowls, wear plates wear pads and goosenecks)  and other supplies. All equipment and accessories are engineered and built for quality and performance.

Gunite's engineering staff uses tried-and-true methods and new technologies to produce equipment that you can count on. Each piece of equipment, from the smallest fastener to the largest batch plant, must meet a rigorous set of quality control standards at each stage of production.

Since 1967, Gunite Supply and Equipment has been a primary manufacturer and distributor of gunite and shotcrete equipment, accessories and supplies for the construction, repair, maintenance, refractory and mining industries worldwide. Specialty applications include: gunite material placement and finishing, pool building, concrete/shotcrete pumping, plaster/stucco spraying and finishing, pressure grouting and concrete restoration.

Gunite Supply has three locations to provide our customers with the best service possible and regional inventories to support the most demanding jobsite requirements. Talk to our staff today to purchase, rent, lease, or finance gunite equipment for your company.

The term "gunite" refers to a dry-mix process that was invented in 1909 by naturalist Carl Akeley. Gunite is a process involving a "mixture of Portland cement and sand thoroughly mixed dry, passed through a cement gun and conveyed by air through a flexible tube, hydrated at a nozzle at the end of such flexible tube and deposited by airplace of final repose." "When properly mixed and applied, Gunite is extremely strong, dense and highly resistant to weathering and many forms of chemical attack. It is heat resistant to a high degree and can be made more so by substituting refractory aggregates for part or all of the sand. Resistance to abrasion is extremely high. The bond to other Gunite, well cleaned masonry or other materials is equal to or greater than the shearing strength of the material to which it is applied." (from "Gunite and Shotrete" by the Gunite Contractors Association).

"Shotcrete is an all-inclusive term to describe the spraying of concrete or mortar that may be accomplished through either a dry- or wet-mix process. Gunite refers only to the dry-mix process in which the dry cementitious mixture is blown through a hose to the nozzle, where the water is injected immediately prior to application. Because complete mixing of the water and dry ingredients is not possible in the nozzle, mixing is completed as the material impinges on the receiving surface, through manipulation of the nozzle. This requires a very highly skilled nozzleman, especially in the case of thick or heavily reinforced sections. Large aggregate is seldom used with the dry-mix process. Wet-mix shotcrete involves pumping of a previously prepared mixture, typically ready mixed concrete, to the nozzle. Compressed air is introduced at the nozzle to impel the mixture onto the receiving surface. The mixture usually contains minus 1/2 in. aggregate, although larger-size aggregate has also been used. The use of the term “shotcrete” first occurred in Railroad Age magazine more than 50 years ago in place of the then proprietary word “Gunite,” and has been used by the American Concrete Institute since at least 1967 to describe all sprayed concrete or mortar." (American Shotcrete Association)


Happy customers are the best proof of a well-made machine. See the new Gunite testimonials page for comments from some of our customers about gunite machines, batch plants, hoses, nozzles, our customer service, expertise, delivery and more.


Gunite Supply is in business to serve our customers. We truly want you to succeed. Let us know how we are doing by filling out a quick Gunite customer survey. You'll have the chance to tell us what is on your mind so that we can continue to provide the best service and quality products available in the dry-mix gunite and wet-mix shotcrete industry. We are here for you so let us hear from you!

West Northeast Southeast
1726 South Magnolia Avenue
Monrovia, CA 91016-4595
Phone: (626) 358-0143
Toll Free: (888)393-8635
Fax: (626) 359-7985
4141 Airport Road
Cincinnati, OH 45226-1643
Phone: (513) 321-5526
Toll Free: (888) 321-5526
Fax: (513) 321-8178
9202 Meadow Vista Blvd.
Houston, TX 77064-2012
Phone: (281) 469-8097
Toll Free: (800) 258-2421
Fax: (281) 469-9524

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