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Rain-R-Shine 16 oz. PVC Cement

$11.20 /each

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The Oatey Rain-R-Shine 16 oz. PVC Cement is a fast-acting solvent cement designed to join PVC pipe and fittings. Ideal for conditions where moisture is present. Can cure underwater. Includes a dauber stem for application.

  • Medium-bodied blue cement for use on all schedules and classes of PVC pipe and fittings up to 6 in. Dia with interference fit
  • Lo-V.O.C. solvent cement meets California South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) 1168/316A or BAAQMD method 40 and various environmental requirements
  • Very fast-setting “Hot” cement formulated for wet conditions and/or quick pressurization and fast installation
  • Recommended for pool, irrigation, potable water, pressure pipe, conduit and DWV
  • Recommended application temperature 40°F to 110°F / 4°C to 43°C
  • No primer needed on non-pressure DWV, up through 6 in. Dia where local codes permit
  • Meets ASTM D-2564

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id the MSDS (SDS) available for these cements?

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MSDS required by our company to be kept on site
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how to cement pvc pipe/fittings underwater

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I need to replace a PVC drain valve that is about 2 foot underwater. Any pvc cement that will work This is on an irrigation system with a high pressure submersible pump.
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rain-R-Shine - strong hold in no time wet or dry I could not completely shut the water down, thus water was slowly oozing out of the pvc pipe. I could for a minute plunge out the water, but it would resurface back into the pvc pipe. I worked quickly after emptying the water, and this cement held strong. You have to hold the two pieces together for 10-15 seconds, and the cement held even after getting wet quickly. I originally tried it with the clear cement, that did not work. March 13, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Perhaps not for PVC Sch 30 Drainage Pipes??? Used this for a footer drain w/ all pvc piping I used oatley primer and than this and fittings are merely glued together by a thin rather flaky layer? I know this because a few fittings popped loose while gently working with connections downstream. There's no "welding". I liked the idea of this for the quick dry times, but it was a waste of time going back to re-glue loose fittings. I had clean pipe, primed, and than a normal layer of glue. Pipes should be able to withstand gentle flexing without coming loose! April 28, 2012
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