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Wall mount bracket for freestanding tumble dryer

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by online, 29 Nov 2019.

  1. online

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    Hi guys,

    I need a tumble dryer during winter but no space for it apart mounting it on the wall.
    I getting Indesit IS41V which is freestanding compact size 20kg front vented dryer. I know White Knight has wall mount dryer, but the vent it on the back which is not ideal for my tiny utility room.

    My question is how should I mount a freestanding tumble dry on wall?

    I plan to use aluminium angles to form a tray to brace the bottom of the dryer then mount it on a wall like a shelf using brackets. Also using anti-tip straps to secure into position while it allows slight movement when it's operating.

    Not sure is it the best solution, any suggestion would be appreciated.

    Spec of the tumble dryer:
    H67 x W49 X D48
    ~20kg

    Cheers!
     
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  3. johnny2007

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    I've had my freestanding zanussi on a shelf for 15 years and it hasn't moved.
     
  4. sircerebus666

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    You could sit it on top of your washing machine , you can get stacking kits to achieve this
     
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