Oatey® Heavy Duty Orange CPVC Cement is specially formulated for use on PVC and CPVC piping systems requiring chemical resistance to caustics, including hypochlorite, mineral acids and aqueous salt solutions.
- Complies with various environmental requirements and SCAQMD Rule 1168/316A or BAAQMD Method 40 for VOC with maximum content of 490 g/L
- For Schedules 40 and 80 CPVC and PVC up to 12 diameter, as well as other classes and schedules with interference fit
- For use with all CPVC materials including Corzan Industrial Piping Systems
- Meets and Exceeds ASTM F493 |
- Recommended application temperature 40 degrees to 110 degrees Fahrenheit
- Resistant to caustics and hypochlorites up to 15 percent solution Refer to EP 42 Chemical Resistance Chart for compatibility prior to usiing with chemical solutions
- Two-year shelf life
- Ultra violet indicator allows for quick an easy inspection of dry fit joints with any UV light source
|Maximum Application Temperature °C:||43|
|Maximum Application Temperature °F:||110|
|Maximum Use Temperature °F:||200|
|Product Type:||CPVC Cement|
|Set Speed:||Medium Set|
|Set Type:||Standard (40 - 105° F)|
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Cure times vary depending on a wide variety of factors. Please use online charts or contact.
What PVC cements allow for the longest set-up time, for multiple joint assemblies?
The regular body cement has the longest working time once the joint has been assembled on pipe sizes up to 4” diameter. However, the regular body cement has the quickest set up time before the joint is assembled because of the quick evaporation process. Any pipe sizes over 4” should be discussed with the technical department.
What cements allow for the shortest set-up time, for multiple joint assemblies?
The heavy duty cement has the shortest working time once the joint has been assembled on pipe sizes up to 4” diameter. However, the heavy duty cement has the slowest set up time before the joint is assembled because of the slow evaporation process. Any pipe sizes over 4” should be discussed with the technical department.