Did you know that connecting uPVC pipes requires special glue?
Did you know that connecting uPVC pipes requires special glue? In connecting uPVC pipes, you can't use glue haphazardly because special pipe glue will be more effectively used at the time of connection. If you use glue carelessly, it is possible that later there will be a leak and you will have to work twice to fix it. The specialty of pipe glue is that it dries easily when exposed to water, so the connection will stick together firmly.
For those of you who are looking for pipe glue, you can use Vinilon Glue which now comes with a new packaging. Vinilon Glue has cans and bottles that now come in various sizes, ranging from 60 grams, 120 grams, to 400 grams. Vinilon Glue is a type of solvent cement that has the benefit of unifying the connection between the uPVC pipe and the connection (uPVC fitting) perfectly because it will produce a connection that is firmly attached, so it is leak-proof and durable. Let's see the advantages of Vinilon Glue!
- Vinilon Glue uses a homogeneous PVC content, resulting in a strong and adhesive connection
- Its strength matches the pipe design
- Dry faster on the pipe
- Practical packaging, so easy to use
If you want to do the PVC pipe connection process using Vinilon Glue, let's look at the following steps!
- Clean the surface of the pipe and fittings to be connected
- Apply Vinilon Glue using a brush evenly and sufficiently. Connect the pipes and fittings immediately, clean the remaining excess glue from the glue that sticks to the surface of the pipes and fittings, let stand for about 15 minutes
- For low pressure water, the joint can be used after the joint has dried. For high pressure water, it is recommended to use it after a waiting time of 24 hours.
Vinilon Glue can be found at your nearest building shops!