Internet #206751887

Model # 31040

Store SKU #285404

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8 oz. PVC Electrical Solvent Cement Gray

  • Compatible with all types of PVC pipe, conduit, and fittings
  • Lo-V.O.C. solvent cement works on pipe up to 6 in. diameter
  • Works efficiently on electrical piping between 40-110 °F
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Product Overview

  • Compatible with all types of PVC pipe, conduit, and fittings
  • Lo-V.O.C. solvent cement works on pipe up to 6 in. diameter
  • Works efficiently on electrical piping between 40-110 °F
Medium-bodied gray cement for use on all schedules and classes of PVC pipe, conduit, and fittings. Works on pipe up to 6 in. Dia with interference fit. For temperatures between 40 to 110°.
  • Lo-V.O.C. solvent cement
  • Recommended for conduit, potable water, pressure pipe and DWV
  • Meets ASTM D2564
  • Meets California South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) 1168/316A or BAAQMD method 40 and various environmental requirements
  • Dauber in lid
  • Medium gray-bodied

Product Overview

  • Compatible with all types of PVC pipe, conduit, and fittings
  • Lo-V.O.C. solvent cement works on pipe up to 6 in. diameter
  • Works efficiently on electrical piping between 40-110 °F
Model #: 31040
Sku #: 285404
Internet #: 206751887

Medium-bodied gray cement for use on all schedules and classes of PVC pipe, conduit, and fittings. Works on pipe up to 6 in. Dia with interference fit. For temperatures between 40 to 110°.

  • Lo-V.O.C. solvent cement
  • Recommended for conduit, potable water, pressure pipe and DWV
  • Meets ASTM D2564
  • Meets California South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) 1168/316A or BAAQMD method 40 and various environmental requirements
  • Dauber in lid
  • Medium gray-bodied

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.6
Product Height (in.)
3.4
Product Length (in.)
3.4
Product Width (in.)
2.6

Details

Accessory type
Conduit
Product Weight (lb.)
.6lb

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 yr limited warrant

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.6
Product Height (in.)
3.4
Product Length (in.)
3.4
Product Width (in.)
2.6

Details

Accessory type
Conduit
Product Weight (lb.)
.6lb

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 yr limited warrant

Questions & Answers

Does this cement require a primer cleaner before useing glue? I did not see any with it.

Asked by: Ace
Yes, you should probably use the primer with it, but it will work without it. The primer will help soften the pipe before you apply the solvent making for a better connection. If in doubt put the primmer on. If you are making an electrical connection some leakage is acceptable so most electricians don't use the primer. Surprisingly to most people, many electrical conduit pipes with live wires in them buried under ground have a lot of water in the pipe.
Answered by: FloridaBuilder
Date published: 2018-08-31

Can i use this product on ABS sewer drain pipe?

Asked by: JB
There is a better Oatley product for abs drain pipe, but in an emergency, if the joint is clean and dry, this product should work on abs as it is not a pressure connection.
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2018-04-26

Produxt turned into a jelly like consistency

I purchased the product and used it the same day without issues, two days later I tried to used it to finish my project, I noticed the product consistency turned like jelly, I used it anyway and completed the project. The project consisted of two conduits underground to supply power to a hot tub and an outlet, after burring the conduit I read the label, it stated do not use if it looks like Jelly. What will happen if I leave it like that? Do I need to remove and replace the schedule 40PVC?
Asked by: Califco
If the cement still had enough volatiles too melt the pvs you should be OK. I've used it when it was breaking over but, made sure the pvc soffen or melted
Answered by: ja
Date published: 2019-04-17

Going to be installing 2" and 3" dia (Carlon) schedule 40 electrical conduit in 45-50 degree (pos...

Going to be installing 2" and 3" dia (Carlon) schedule 40 electrical conduit in 45-50 degree (possibly raining) weather. Some of the conduit is going to be in curved trenches -- exerting lateral force on the joints. Is this the best solvent for those conditions, or would something else be better? (i.e. Oaty Rain-R-Shine..) Need the best / most reliable joint possible. Would prefer to not use a primer.
Asked by: Tom
If there is going to be wet conditions, you can use the Rain-R-Shine as it is formulated for wet conditions & fast installation. It is also recommended for pool, irrigation, potable water, pressure pipe, DWV, as well as conduit.
Answered by: Oatey
Date published: 2019-11-15
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