Clamping a filter to di vessel

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  1. Lewis

    Lewis Well-Known Member
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    Morning gents, after rebuilding my system and only getting the one di vessel bracket welded back on I'm wondering if there is any clamps that I can use to add another filer onto my di vessel. It will just be one filled with ressin but space is a issue so was just thinking a small gardener 20" filter housing but not too sure if there is such a bracket.

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  2. Bingo

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    Cable-Tie them together.
     
  3. Smurf

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    I'm not aware there is such a bracket to mount both a di vessel and filter housing together so either you will have to get one fabricated or maybe use wratchet straps etc.

    Maybe the black straps that jimmyboots uses to hold a battery in place in a diy wfp trolley box might do the job?
     
  4. jimmyboots

    jimmyboots Forum Addict
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    These are the straps I used on the Alternative to backpack Thread. Don't know if they would work
    http://www.wilko.com/car-accessories/wilko-light-duty-tie-downs-25m8ftx-2/invt/0203053

    Like Bingo says, you can get some good large cable ties. Thats how I secure the battery in my Trolley.
    Also you can make good brackets by cutting a 'slice' of guttering and taking a small section out so it becomes a large clip, if you know what I mean.
     
  5. Lewis

    Lewis Well-Known Member
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    Might have sorted it
     

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