IPS Weld-On Solvent 725
Weld-On Wet ‘R Dry 725 is an aqua blue, medium bodied, extremely fast setting, high strength PVC solvent cement for all classes and schedules of pipe and fittings with interference fit through 150mm diameter, Schedule 80 through 100mm diameter. Can be used without primer on non-pressure systems if local codes permit.
Weld-on Wet ‘R Dry 725 is for use on rigid and flexible PVC pipe and fittings. It is specially formulated for applications where conditions are very wet and/or quick pressurisation is neccessary, use only Wet ‘R Dry P-75 Primer with Wet ‘R Dry Cement.
Detailed directions on making solvent cemented joints are printed on the container label. An installation video covering solvent cementing is available. It not only describes the basic principles of solvent cementing, but also covers the handling, storage and use of our products. It is highly recommended that the installer review the instructios supplied by the pipe and fitting manufacturer.
NOTE: IPS Weld-On solvent cements must never be used in a PVC system using or being tested by compressed air or gases.
- Colour: Aqua Blue
- Resin: PVC
- Specific Gravity: 0.924± 0.040
- Brookfield Viscosity: Minimum 600 cps @ 73±2ºF
- Max VOC Emissions: 600G/L per SCAQMD Rule 1168, Method 316A
3 years expectancy in tightly sealed containers. The date of manufacture is stamped on the bottom of the container. Stability of the product is limited by the permanence of the container and the evaporation of the solvent when container is open. Evaporation of solvent will cause the cement to thicken and reduce its effectiveness. Adding thinners to change the viscosity is not recommended.
Standards and Approvals:
Weld-On Wet ‘R Dry meets ASTM D-2564 and is listed by NSF International for use on potable water, sewer, drain, waste and vent (DWV) systems. It is listed by the International Association of Plumbing & Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) and carries the Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) seal. This cement is suitable for use with PVC piping systems approved by (SBCC) Southern Building Code Congress and (BOCA) Building Officials Congress of America.
This product is intended for use by skilled individuals at their own risk. These suggestions and data are based on information we believe to be reliable. Installers should verify for themselves that they can make satisfactory joints under varying conditions. Toward this end, it is highly desirable that they receive personal instruction from trained instructors or competent, experienced installers. Contact us or your supplier for additional information or instruction.