I'm halfway through replumbing my equipment pad and I just noticed the Jandy Neverlube valves are CPVC and have a warning to only use "universal CPVC cement", whatever that is. None of my hardware stores carry it and I've read online that it isn't okay to glue PVC to CPVC. And yet I suspect the world is full of pool systems plumbed with PVC and Jandy valves.
So what is everyone doing? Are they just ignoring the PVC / CPVC incompatibility and using regular PVC cement? What are the risks or downsides to this?
The rest of my pool plumbing is already done in PVC. I hope you won't say that due to the heat and chemicals I should be using CPVC. That would be a big bummer!