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How does Viessman 111 fix to wall?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by iwilson16, 20 Jul 2020.

  1. iwilson16

    iwilson16

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    I’m in the process of fitting out a large walk in cupboard, into which I later hope to get a viessman 111 storage combi fitted.

    can someone please let me know exactly what sort of fixings are used to attach it to the wall?

    I have a bare brick wall just now, but am planning to build a false wall 70 in front of it. I’m hoping it’s sufficient for the 111 to fix to the studs of this false wall if the framework is suitable sized.

    thanks,
    Ian
     
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    That took 2 minutes to find on Google
     

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    Just fit a Dwang between the studs where the boiler bracket will be
     
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    Lol... "Dwang" never heard that one... Will use it from now on to watch custards face :LOL:

    I use noggin or timber ground :)
     
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    If I were installing a 60kg plus boiler I'd want to know what I'm fixing to...so I suggest you leave the structure exposed for the installer to decide on suitable fixings.
     
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    Yes mate same thing , in Scotland it is called a dwang, havent a clue about the origin of the term

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dwang
     
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