I had a buddy that worked with that purple pipe here and there. He made "other" things with the scrap pieces. That was before i met Mrs. Rockstarplumber. See that guy from time to time, what a loser.
post 3 secod pic no airgap at the floor drain. kind of hard to tell was that cpvc in those pics
I like the LXT, and it's easy to work with, but we've made a LOT of repairs to leaking glue joints.
We sanded the joint area lightly to break up any glaze. Then globed lots of cement on the pipe and in the fitting. Then cleaned the dauber of and used it to wipe of the excess in the fitting and assembled with a 1/4 twist during mating. By doing it that way, the glue was allowed to pre-melt the joint area some before mating. We had heard that the contractor that built the place had trouble with joints blowing out so we went to the extreme.
That's the suspicion we had on the leaks we've seen. You never know who is putting this stuff together on construction.
The sanding is going to make the difference, You guys will have no problems because you think about and care about what you're doing...:thumbup: