P16 PVC PIPE CEMENT is a non-drip, thixotropic solvent based plastic pipe cement for use with pressure and non-pressure applications. P16 PVC PIPE CEMENT with a rapid rate of bond strength development
Rapid bond strength development.
Easy to apply thixotropic paste.
Kite marked to BSEN 14680.
CE compliant to 14814
Areas for Use Bonding uPVC Pipes and accessories in pressure systems up to 16PN according to BSEN 14814, specifically for bonding thermoplastic piping systems that conform to BSEN 1329.Bonding Pipes and accessories in waste systems according to the following standards:PVC-U plastic piping systems for soil and waste discharge (low and high temperature) BSEN 1329.ABS piping systems for soil and waste discharge (Low and high temperature) BSEN 1455.PVC -C plastic piping systems for soil and waste drainage (low and high temperature) BSEN 1566.
Limitations Do not use in conjunction with potable water. Do not dip pipes into adhesive. Reseal immediately after use.
Application Wear suitable protective clothing and gloves before use. Avoid inhalation of vapours’ and extinguish all sources of ignition. All surfaces to be joined must be clean sound and dry. Cut pipes squarely. Remove any swarf and chamfer the outside edge. Lightly abrade pipe with emery cloth and degrease with a proprietary solvent such as Stick 2 Contact Adhesive Thinner and Cleaner. Check the two ends fit together correctly. Apply a thin and even layer of adhesive to both surfaces with a brush. Slide the pipes together immediately. DO NOT TWIST. Hold in place for 20-30 seconds and remove excess adhesive with a cloth. Allow at least 10 minutes drying time before handling and at least 8 hours before putting into service (non-pressure) or 24 hours (pressure applications).
Health & Safety Consult MSDS for full list of hazards. Coverage Approx. 0.6m² per 250ml can when applied as directed enough for 31 x 32mm diameter joints or 6 x 90mm joints.
Storage Store in original container away from frost in a dry area.
Shelf Life 24 months in original unopened containers when stored between +5°C and +35°C