Direct mounting of the transmitter on the manifold vs remote mounting.
Direct mounting is when the transmitter is directly mounted and screwed onto the manifold.
In contrast, it is sometimes necessary to position the transmitter away from the manifold (to centralize several transmitters for example or to have the transmitter display at a given location). Thus, impulse taps connect the manifold to the transmitter. This is called remote mounting.
There is a particular case of direct mounting: the compact flowmeter. In this extremely compact product, the built-in impulse taps are directly connected to the manifold on which the transmitter is mounted. The device, 100% factory-tested, eliminates all risks of leakage and offers the advantage of reduced installation, commissioning and maintenance costs.