Can You Use PVC Glue on CPVC Pipe?

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First off, PVC and CPVC are two different chemical make-ups. One cement is not intended to work on the other. Worst case scenario the fitting could fail and flood.
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1. Prepare the pipe for gluing pieces together by making certain the cuts are as straight as possible. Remove all burrs from the pieces of pipe with sandpaper if necessary. Fit the
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Chlorinated - PVC normally used on hot water
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You might want to double check your pipe diameters. Things vary thought the country but around here pvc and cpvc are different diameters. A 1/2 inch white pvc pipe would be too large
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PVC and ABS pipe are normally used for drain, waste and vent
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