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A: Yes. All of our cements and primers have some odor and are considered low VOC.
A: Yes, it can either be the Clear Oatey Primer or the Purple Oatey Primer.
A: We recommend addressing any pricing questions to the specific Retailer.
A: Yes. This is what I used to plumb my reef tank.
A: Yes, the only difference is the colorant.
A: I used mine for a saltwater reef aquarium and it is completely clear and safe
A: Yes, the NSF listed Clear Primer and Purple Primer are the same product...only difference is the colorant which is for identifiable purposes.
A: Yes is the simplest answer to avoid descending into the rabbit hole of types of material, temperatures, and nature and effects of the fluids to which the bond will be exposed. Those implied caveats said, in terms of properly preparing several different plastic pipe and fitting materials for solvent bonding, clear primer is essentially the same as the purple primer. It makes for a cleaner appearing join of fittings and pipe. However, most jurisdictions plumbing code requires the purple primer as a tag or indicator that the joint has been properly prepared for the bonding of the components in question. Check your building codes for the specific requirements regarding use of clear or purple primer where an inspection would be involved.