Originally Posted by agrostis
I thought solvent weld's were supposed to melt two piece's of pipe together? That look's like a bad glue job to me. Water pressure would have blown those pipe's apart, no machine required. Woudn't the heat from that tool warp the other fitting too? That look's like a expensive, large paperweight to me
The trick is to run the tools at the proper speed and to choose the right powerhead.
I use a regular 18vlt drill and have an angle drill attachment for it when space is a concern.
The biggest issue is that a medium or heavy body glue should be used to fill voids that come with the learning curve.
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