OATEY HEAVY DUTY GREY PVC CEMENT

Oatey PVC Heavy Duty Gray Cement pdfOatey® Heavy Duty Gray PVC Cement is formulated for use on all schedules and classes PVC pipe and
fitting up to 12" diameter with interference fit, up to 18" for non-pressure.

  • Lo-V.O.C. Solvent Cement meets California South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) 1168/316A or BAAQMD Method 40 and various environmental requirements.
  • Thick formula fills gaps in large diameter pipe and loose fitting joints.
  • Recommended for potable water, pressure pipe, conduit and DWV.
  • Recommended application temperature 4°C to 43°C.
  • Meets ASTM D2564.
PRODUCT NUMBER SIZE PACK CARTON WEIGHT
31095 473 ml 24 12.24 kg
311105 946 ml 12 13.15 kg

Download: Product Data Sheet

INGREDIENTS (CAS Number)
Acetone (67-64-1)
Amorphous Silica (112945-52-5)
Cyclohexanone (108-94-4)
Methyl Ethyl Ketone (78-93-3)
PVC Resin (9002-86-2)
Tetrahydrofuran (109-99-9)
Maximum VOC per SCAQMD 1168/316A or BAAQMD
Method 40: 510 g/L
MSDS Number: 1102E

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance - Gray Liquid
Viscosity - Min. 1600 cps @22° C ± -16° C
Shelf Life - 3 Years from Mfg. Date

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Lap Shear Strength - (min. per ASTM Standards)
2 hours - 250 psi
16 hours - 500 psi
72 hours - 900 psi

Set Up Time
-1.1° C to 10° C: 4 – 5 minutes
10° C to 21.1° C: 3 – 4 minutes
21.1° C to 32.2° C: 1 – 2 minutes

Heavy-bodied grey cement for use on all schedules and classes PVC pipe and fitting up to 12" diameter with interference fit, up to 18" for non-pressure.

Store and use at temperatures between 4.44°C and 43.3°C. At temperatures outside of this range, special care must be taken to prepare good joints and prevent exposure to solvents. Stir or shake before using; if jelly-like, don't use. Do not thin.

  1. Cut pipe ends square, chamfer and clean pipe ends.
  2. Check dry fit of pipe and fitting. Pipe should easily go 1/3 of the way into the fitting. If pipe bottoms, it should be snug.
  3. Use a suitable applicator at least 1/2 the size of the pipe diameter. For larger size pipe systems use a natural bristle brush or roller.
  4. Clean pipe and fitting with a listed primer.
  5. Apply liberal coat of cement to pipe to the depth of the socket, leave no uncoated surface.
  6. Apply a thin coat of cement to inside of fitting, avoid puddling of cement. Puddling can cause weakening and premature failure of pipe or fitting. Apply a second coat of cement to the pipe.
  7. Assemble parts QUICKLY. Cement must be fluid. If cement surface has dried, re-coat both parts.
  8. Push pipe FULLY into fitting using a ¼ turning motion until pipe bottoms.
  9. Hold pipe and fitting together for 30 seconds to prevent pipe push-out - longer at low temperatures. Wipe off excess.
  10. Allow 15 minutes for good handling strength and 2 hours cure time at temperatures above 15.55°C before pressure testing up to 180 psi. Longer cure times may be required at temperatures below 15.55°C or with pipe above 3".

DO NOT TEST WITH AIR.

NSF Standard 61 for PW, DWV and Sewer Waste

IAPMO Listed

UPCNSFISO 9001