Model # 302483

Internet #100151579

Store SKU #462620

Store SO SKU #125490

null 8 oz. PVC Handy Pack Purple Primer and Solvent Cement
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8 oz. PVC Handy Pack Purple Primer and Solvent Cement

  • Ideal amount for most pipe installations
  • Low VOC certified
  • Contains code-listed primer and solvent
$839 /each
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Product Overview

  • Ideal amount for most pipe installations
  • Low VOC certified
  • Contains code-listed primer and solvent
The Oatey 8 oz. Handy Pack Purple Primer and Solvent Cement contains code-listed primer and solvent cement needed for solvent-welding PVC pipe and fittings. Can be used with up to 4 in. Dia piping. Convenient Handy Pack for storage - just add pipe and fittings. Due to the nature of the products, tongue and groove pliers are required to open our cement cans. All cans are securely tightened to industry standards to ensure they do not open in transit.
  • Designed for use with PVC pipe and fittings
  • Primer pre-softens pipe and fitting surfaces
  • Solvent cement bonds pipe and fittings
  • Recommended for use in non-pressure pipe systems
  • Suitable for use with Sch. 40 and Sch. 80 pipe

Product Overview

  • Ideal amount for most pipe installations
  • Low VOC certified
  • Contains code-listed primer and solvent
Model #: 302483
Sku #: 462620
Internet #: 100151579

The Oatey 8 oz. Handy Pack Purple Primer and Solvent Cement contains code-listed primer and solvent cement needed for solvent-welding PVC pipe and fittings. Can be used with up to 4 in. Dia piping. Convenient Handy Pack for storage - just add pipe and fittings. Due to the nature of the products, tongue and groove pliers are required to open our cement cans. All cans are securely tightened to industry standards to ensure they do not open in transit.

  • Designed for use with PVC pipe and fittings
  • Primer pre-softens pipe and fitting surfaces
  • Solvent cement bonds pipe and fittings
  • Recommended for use in non-pressure pipe systems
  • Suitable for use with Sch. 40 and Sch. 80 pipe

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4
Product Height (in.)
4
Product Width (in.)
2.5

Details

Applicator in lid
Yes
Colored
Yes
Maintenance, Repair & Supplies Product Type
Pipe Cement, Primer & Cleaner
Pipe Material/Type
PVC
Quantity (oz.)
8.0
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 years

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4
Product Height (in.)
4
Product Width (in.)
2.5

Details

Applicator in lid
Yes
Colored
Yes
Maintenance, Repair & Supplies Product Type
Pipe Cement, Primer & Cleaner
Pipe Material/Type
PVC
Quantity (oz.)
8.0
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 years

Questions & Answers

Can I use this on kitchen sink water line? Safe ?

Is it safe to use on water line to wash food? Thanks.
Asked by: cydiy
Yes.
Answered by: puttputt
Date published: 2016-08-12

Is this 4 oz. of each container for a total of 8 oz.?

Asked by: Pat
No, there are 8 oz. of each.
Answered by: puttputt
Date published: 2017-07-24

How do I use the product?

Asked by: Hoho
Prime both joints (female end and male end) by circling the joints 2-4 times with the purple primer. Once primed, apply adhesive to 1 joint (I typically apply adhesive to the female joint) by circling the joint 2-4 items with adhesive. Then, tightly press the joints together and hold for 10 seconds or so.
Answered by: PSHome
Date published: 2016-03-22

what is the expiration date

Asked by: Nat
The date of manufacture is in the Julian Date Code format located on the bottom of the container. Example: 17050 208CL. This was manufactured on the 50th day of 2017. Second shift, batch #8 and made in Cleveland. The shelf life for our PVC cement is 3 years from that date. Primers are 3 years from that date. CPVC is 2 years from that date and ABS cements are 3 years from the date of manufacture.
Answered by: BrandAnswers
Date published: 2017-10-12
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Customer Reviews

8 oz. PVC Handy Pack Purple Primer and Solvent Cement is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 24.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I always keep this product and multiple PVC fittings on hand to have in the event of an emergency... I always keep this product and multiple PVC fittings on hand to have in the event of an emergency. The pipe from our well to the house and all our lawn irrigation is PVC. I can remember one late Sunday evening when I had someone digging holes while I planted bushes in the holes. They broke one of the water lines. Luckily I had the glue, primer/cleaner and a PVC coupler to make the repair or we would have been without water all night. Keep it on hand just in case.
Date published: 2017-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Product. Read Carefully! I do plumbing and HVAC professionally so I use this stuff roughly 6 days a week (including weekend projects). There is no "trick" to using this stuff. There's 1 right way and everything else is the wrong way. INSTRUCTIONS: Use the purple primer on BOTH ends to be glued, this means the joint/coupling and the pipe. Then quickly use the glue on BOTH the joint/coupling and the pipe. I said 'quickly' in the previous sentence because the primer dries in about 5-10 seconds. Drying is bad. Both the primer and glue need to be liquid for a proper solvent weld. Glue dries in about 5 seconds so hold the joint/coupling on the pipe very tight until it doesn't move anymore. If you don't do this the pipe will push its self out. Finished. If the lid of the glue bottle sticks, hit is with a set of channel locks or a wrench. The glue makes the lid stick but it is impossible for it to create a solvent weld on metal.
Date published: 2013-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent I've used a lot of this stuff - primer and cement. First, use channel lock pliers or a pipe wrench to open it the first time. After that, it's easy to open even after hand tightening it. The first time I used the primer I realized its value - it really does clean old pipe that's in the ground and it makes assembly of old or new pipe much easier. The cement sets in about ten seconds - I hold the pieces together for a ten count or they tend to separate. Prime it, glue it and it will stay together forever. The pipe will break long before the joint will fail.
Date published: 2012-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from always carry channel-lock type pliers Purple solvent cleans well - obvious that cleaning process was done. NEW Glue works fine. Cans often require use of Channel Lock type (or similar) pliers to unscrew lid - partly because you should reclose VERY tightly. Not sure of options here - glue gels to unusability after a while, even with lid sealed really tight. Solvent stays usable forever, but evaporates fast if you don't seal the can tightly.
Date published: 2012-03-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best way to do the job rite! Primer & Glue in one handy kit. I don't do this for a trade BUT I have more than my share of experience with it. Speed is key. Start with clean, dry pipes. Primer then glue & work FAST! Don't more the joints while it dries; only a few seconds. Have not had a pipe leak - EVER.
Date published: 2013-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from PVC Primer & Cement If you have ever joined PVC pipe, you're bored and have nothing else to do than read reviews!!. If you have never cemented PVC, this is good stuff to use to make a permanent weld of your pipe. Read & follow the directions & there should be no problem. This & all PVC cement sets rather quickly, so be ready to get them together.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Preparation is the key I have used Oatey products several times and found them satisfactory. Have also used Hercules primer and pvc cement. When I assemble, the joints don't leak. Sometimes when "professional" HVAC mechanics fit pipes together they leak. Maybe they're in a hurry. The key is preparation. Sandpaper female and male fittings to not only clean, but slightly roughen. (Similar to wire brushing on copper fittings). DON'T BE CHEAP AND SKIP THE PRIMER. This will prepare and clean the joints for a good glue fit. If you want to cut costs, buy a quart of acetone. From my chemical analysis of primer, I believe they're equivalent.. Support the finished pipes with banding iron, wood stud. etc so that the pipes are not under strain to support their own weight. Any questions? enter PVC cement on your browser and watch several video demonstrations. Good luck!
Date published: 2015-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazingly easy! Firsy time do it yourself pvc plumber and this stuff was amazing and easy! I was nervous and didnt believe pvc and glue could replace cast iron pipes but they do!
Date published: 2014-02-13
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