PVC CEMENT ADHESIVE
PVC Cement Adhesive is special solvent cement for joining rigid PVC pipes and accessories pressure systems, according to BS EN 14814 and BS EN 14680. Specifically indicated to bond thermoplastic piping systems that conform to BS EN 1452, BS EN 1455, BS EN 1566 and BS EN 1329. Adhesive with CE Marking for thermoplastic piping systems for fluids under pressure (PN16).Designed also to be used in non pressure systems such as PVC and ABS.
• Very high initial forging speed.
• High resin content gives a good filling capacity in diametrical gaps.
• Gel consistency and excellent fluidity.
• High thixotropy index – prevents it from dripping upon application.
• Acts as a real chemical welding system for PVC, due to its composition.
• Easy to apply; it does not run or form “tears” inside the fixed pipes.
• The fixed joints present resistance and ageing characteristics comparable to those of cement PVC.
• Complies with requirements of the standard BS-EN14680 and BS-EN14814.
Specifically indicated for:
• Bonding cement PVC-U pipes and accessories in pressure systems up to 16 PN according to BS EN 14814 “Adhesives for thermoplastic piping systems for fluids under pressure. Specifications”. Specifically indicated to bond thermoplastic piping systems that conform to BS EN 1452 and BS EN 1329.
• Bonding pipes and accessories in waste systems according to the following standards:
- PVC-U plastics piping systems for soil and waste discharge (low and high temperature) – BS EN 1329.
- ABS plastics piping systems for soil and waste discharge (low and high temperature) – BS EN 1455.
- PVC-C plastics piping systems for soil and waste discharge (low and high temperature) – BS EN 1566.
Universal Adhesive is a fast curing, high strength adhesive based on chloroprene rubber.
• Rapid Curing
• Provides flexible bond
• Good frost resistance
• Moisture resistant
It is mainly used in upholstering, shoe and textile industry for bonding of the most common materials such as;
• Artificial Leather
• Chipboard etc. To itself or to several other substrates