Compotite

Weld-Tite Multi-Purpose Solvent Cement

 

  • For ABS-ABS/ABS-PVC
  • Clear, Medium Bodied, Plastic Pipe Cement
  • Designed specifically for use with Compotite Linear Drain Systems
  • Low VOC formulation – 510 grams per liter
  • Meets ASTM D-2564

Product Documents

Description

Weld Tite PVC Flexible Cement is a clear, medium bodied solvent cement recommended for solvent welding flexible PVC pipe and rigid fittings up to 3” diameter. Formulated to withstand the pressure and vibrations of flexible tubing. Weld Tite PVC Flexible Cement can be used on potable water; sewer; and drain, waste and vent systems. Weld Tite PVC Flexible Cement is most effective when used in temperature ranges from 40° F to 100° F. This cement is a low VOC formulation – 510 grams per liter.

Specifications

  • For ABS-ABS/ABS-PVC
  • Clear, Medium Bodied, Plastic Pipe Cement
  • Designed specifically for use with Compotite Linear Drain Systems
  • Low VOC formulation – 510 grams per liter
  • Meets ASTM D-2564

Installation Requirements

Use only on PVC, ABS and CPVC plastic. Stir and use as is. If jelled, replace. Use within 2 years of date stamped on bottom of can.

  1. Cut pipe / drain body and deburr. Clean and dry joining surfaces.
  2. Check dry fit. Pipe should easily go 1/4” to 3/4” of the way into the pipe fitting. Fit should be snug.
  3. Use a suitable applicator at least ½ the size of the pipe diameter. For larger sizes use brush or roller.
  4. Optionally apply Primer following directions on can.
  5. Apply a full, even layer of cement on the pipe equal to the depth of the socket. Coat the fitting socket with a medium layer. Avoid excess and puddling. If necessary, apply a second, full layer on pipe. Cement should fill all gaps.
  6. On bell end pipe, do not coat beyond socket depth or allow cement to run beyond bell.
  7. Assemble quickly while cement is wet. If not wet, re-coat parts before assembly. Ensure pipe bottoms into fitting socket. Twist 1/8 to 1/4 turn; avoid push-out, allow for initial set, hold for 30 seconds. Wipe off excess.
  8. Allow 15 minutes for good handling strength and 2 hours cure time for temperature above 60ºF. (16ºC). before pressure testing up to 180 psi. For pipe sizes over 2’, higher pressure, or temperatures below 60ºF. (16ºC) allow longer cure time.

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