A question that we were recently asked was “How do I attach a curved wall unit to the wall, as there are no hanging brackets?” Read on to find out more…
Curved wall units and no service void
Well, these curved wall units are designed a little differently to other wall units. As with other wall units that have a 17mm service void at the back, curved wall units or end quadrants (basically a curved wall unit without the door) don’t have a service void at the back, as these units need to fit flush with the wall, so that the curved door fits flush with the front of the other units and to the wall at the back.
Attaching curved wall units
As there is no service void on the back of curved wall units, the only way in which these units can be secured is by connecting it to the adjacent unit, using unit connecting bolts (supplied in the fittings box).
Using 4 of these connecting bolts, 2 at the top and 2 at the bottom, will be enough to secure the curved wall unit to the adjacent one.
How much weight can they hold?
Once the unit has been securely attached to the adjacent unit, the curved wall unit can safely hold 25kg in weight.
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