|Product Depth (in.)||3 in||Product Height (in.)||4.75 in|
|Product Width (in.)||3 in|
|Applicator in lid||Yes||Colored||No|
|Container Size (oz.)||16||Maintenance, Repair & Supplies Product Type||Pipe Cement, Primer & Cleaner|
|Pack Size||1||Pipe Material/Type||Polyethylene|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 Days|
A: Hi, James - No. This is more of a "caulk adhesive" type product, not a solvent weld. Follow the instructions on the can and you should be alright. Thanks.
A: Hi, Seadog - Per the listing on the hd.com web page it sets in 15 minutes for good handling strength. Allow 24 hours cure time before testing.
A: Hi, DYIBrat - This will not work for your application in that it is an adhesive, not a cement.
A: Hi, kyis - We're not sure what "poly 3 pipe" is, but the product would not bond PVC to PVC. Think of it as a calk-like product that takes about 24 hours to fully cure and is for non-pressurized applications only.
A: Yes this works better than any other glue I have tried to stick triple wall HDPE (high density polyethylene) pipe to PVC fittings.