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A: This can be applied at temperatures down to 40°F. PVC All Weather Clear Cement can be applied in temperatures down to -15°F. CPVC All Weather FlowGuard Gold®* 1-Step Yellow Cement can be applied from temperatures down to 0°F.
A: Yes they bonded very well, no problem with that.
A: It can be used on ABS, PVC and CPVC separately but not as a transition. For ABS to PVC transitions our ABS to PVC transition green cement is the only approved cement for these joints.
A: I bought it last week to repair the supply line to the pool filter, this week we’re swimming.
A: Yes it works on cpvc pvc and abs.
A: By what the packing text, indicate that it can be used on pvc and abs applications to my understanding.
A: Cure times will depend on type of pipe, size of pipe and the ambient temperature when applying/curing. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with this information for the recommended cure time.
A: Depends on temperature outside or where you are working
A: If you have properly prepared the pipe connections, applied adequate cement and twist fitted the connections, then the joints should be good to go in one half hour. If the temperature is really cool, perhaps wait one hour. Residential irrigation systems use domestic water systems that average around 70 PSI which is normal and well within the working range of PVC or CPVC pipe. I like this product because you can use it on both PVC and CPVC.