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DirectMountSystem - How to eliminate gauge line errors in natural gas applications.

Useful little helpers in the measurement of natural gas

Field research and testing conducted by Southwest Research in San Antonio, Texas and the Pipeline Gas Compressor Research Council (PCRC) confirmed that pulsation created by compressors, flow control valves, regulators and some piping configurations may create undesirable levels of Square Root Error (SRE) and/or resulting Gauge Line Error (GLE). Pulsation at the orifice meter is a major source of lost and unaccounted for natural gas. These errors create either large economic gains or losses for the buyer and seller along a natural gas pipeline system.

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DirectMountSystem - Eliminate leaks and over-pressure by using mini valves and rupture disc holders.

Eliminate leaks and overpressure

Mini valves are located at both ends of the sampling cylinder. They have a shut-off function and prevent a leakage of the medium. Rupture disc holders provide protection against overpressure in the sampling cylinder. Learn more about mini valves and rupture disc holders.

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[Snap Series] DirectMount System explained – Part 1

With Snap Series, AS-Schneider Group launched a new Web format for professionals created by professionals. You get a better overview of the different parts of the DirectMount System—means a stabilized connector, a dielectric kit and a manifold.

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DirectMountSystem - Connections with reduced installation costs.

Stabilized Connectors for DirectMount Systems

In many industries, orifice meters are used for measuring the rate of flow of liquids and gases. In the past it was common to connect instruments with the main piping by using orifice meters, primary isolation valves, fittings, tubing (impulse piping), remote mount manifolds, pipe stands and further accessories. This conventional installation method is time- and cost-consuming accompanied by some technical issues.

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DirectMountSystem - Best Practices For Natural Gas Measurement.

Best Practices For Natural Gas Measurement

Field research and testing conducted by Southwest Research in San Antonio, Texas and the Pipeline Gas Compressor Research Council (PCRC) confirmed that pulsation reated by compressors, flow control valves, regulators and some piping configurations may create undesirable levels of Square Root Error (SRE) and/or resulting Gauge L ine Error (GLE). Pulsation at the orifice meter is a major source of lost and unaccounted for natural gas. These errors create either large economic gains or losses for the buyer and seller along a natural gas pipeline system.

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