These PVC pipe cement are ideal for use with potable water pressure systems, irrigation, industrial piping, sewer, and DWV systems.
4 oz 16oz
Fast, secure, and permanent solvent weld
The product is highly durable and easy to use
Recommended for potable water, pressure pipe, conduit and DWV
After you join the pipes you need to hold them together for at least 30 seconds so
the cement can harden. It will take another 15 minutes for the joint to set to the point
that it can withstand water pressure and another two hours to cure fully.
How to open pvc cement
Grasp the can of plumber’s cement in one hand. Hold the can firmly
so that it does not turn when removing the cap. Grasp the cap with your
free hand and turn it counterclockwise to remove it from the can.
|1.Pipe and fittings||1.Cut the pipe squarely|
|2.Pipe cutter or saw||2.Clean the pipe|
|3.Clean rags||3.Test the fit|
|4.Pvc cement||4.Apply cement|
|6.Hold for 30 seconds|
|7.Inspect the joint|
PVC cement is a chemical solvent. Itis madeup of CPVC resin, stabilizers, and fillers dissolved in a cocktail of solvents. It fuses the pieces of pipe together. PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) and CPVC (Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride) are very similar, while ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) has a different chemical composition.
1. Remove as much of the hardened glue as you can with a plastic scraper without damaging the floor.