From hot to cold, wet to dry, Oatey has the solvent cement to meet your exact pipe installation requirements.
Oatey solvent cements are developed through extensive research on behalf of the professional plumber.
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Determine pipe type and size.
Chamfer and clean pipe and fitting.
Prime PVC or CPVC pipe, (primer not required for ABS pipe).
Oatey's solvent cements are Lo-VOC meaning they are compliant with SCAQMD Rule 1168 and OTC standards.
Oatey's solvent cements meet NSF standads to support certain building code requirements.
Oatey's solvent cements meet UPC standads to support certain building code requirements.
Oatey's solvent cement and primer products are UL Greenguard Gold Certified.
Oatey's solvent cement and primer products are suitable for all pipe types and multi-purpose jobs.
Oatey's solvent cement and primer products have variable set and cure times.
Medium-bodied orange cement is approved for use on all schedules and classes of CPVC pipe and fittings up to 6" diameter with interference fit.
Contact your local Home Depot for further assistance.
CPVC is normally used for hot water service whereas the PVC is for cold water. It is rated to the pipe pressure which is normally 200psi.
no the fittings are different sizes and the material is different
This is for CPVC pipe and fitting. For PVC pipe and fittings we recommend using a PVC cement.
Not sure what you mean. This welds PVC pipes together. Under the sink you have a trap that has its own fittings and sealing gaskets. If the trap is imstalled correctly it won't leak unless it's actually broken.
I've used it for PVC piping though for a climbing structure for a toddler so it is not water filled. Holds very strong so far, but over two weeks of use.
Contact Oatey technical support.
You might try some MEK (methyl ethyl ketone). It's a little more aggressive than acetone.
No this one is only for CPVC.