Solvent-Cementing Joints for PVC Rigid Nonmetallic Conduit, Duct and Fittings
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Discusses solvent cements that contain chemicals that dissolve the PVC surface. Most forms of PVC conduit, duct and fittings are meant to be assembled or joined by means of solvent-cementing the integral bells or PVC couplings. As the chemicals evaporate, they leave behind a PVC resin that fuses the mating surfaces.
Published Date: Jan.15.2010
Number of pages: 4
Document ID: 100366
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