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This tank has flat sides that allow it to be mounted to a wall or other flat surface.  Customer would have to drill holes in the flats and use bolts and gaskets to bolt it to the wall.
Title: Why does the 9406 Inductor cone bottom tank not need a stand?
Description: How to mount the 9406 Inductor cone bottom tank.
Published: 5/10/2011
Last Edited: 9/18/2013
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