Might search for "plastic welding repair kit" they are available for PVC and come with a heating
iron. You need to apply heat while gluing.
As to plumbers glue, it sure bonds pipe together but it's not welded onto the pipe. The is a tool to remove pipe from joints (as if they can't be cut out and replaced for much less than the cost of the tool, but handy for a second floor y under a sub floor) but it applies heat as well allowing the pipe to come out. When the pipe is pulled out you clean the inner surface of the old glue but the original fixture is not deformed at all as if it had been welded, it's still smooth and can be used again. While there is a chemical bond there is no physical material bonding.
For a high pressure application over 10 psi I'd weld it not glue it.....now that doesn't mean there isn't some adhesive
made for high pressures as mentioned above, just that I'd go the welding kit route