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.
Oatey gives you the confidence of a top-selling brand, backed by years of leadership in the plumbing industry.
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.
No. This is for PVC pipe and fittings.
Yes it work have used it myself
be more specific the tub it's or the piping
Show them the can, and a open minded inspector should except it, if not reschedule inspection and wipe some primer around all joints. sometimes codes have to catch up with technology
even if it works properly you might not pass inspection in some cities, county, or states, the inspector needs to see a visible purple primer to pass
The temperture conditions your in have some effect but max setting time 5 to 15 seconds. I suggest you cut all pipes and fittings mock them in place put a mark on each joint and connectting fitting so you can clean and glue joints and line them up with your marks
you need to check your local codes, most local codes what to see a visible cleaner along with the adhesive
If the dispenser is truly PVC and not some other plastic, it should work but you must be able to spread the crack open so that the cement will coat the entire inner surface of the crack then apply pressure to close the gap. Just putting a coating on the outside of the dispenser around the crack will not do it. The cement has acetone as one of its components which softens the PVC and creates a "weld" between the surfaces. Hope this is helpful.