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A Modular Hydraulic Manifold is designed to hold one or two valves in the series of interconnecting passages present. It is possible to add a Modular Manifold to existing ones. The assembly of Modular Manifolds can be in stacks or horizontal. The connections between one Hydraulic Manifold and the next will vary from one engineer to another. Usually, there is an addition of plates between the primary building blocks to provide spacing requirements. Others are attached to the ends of the Manifold for sealing. Drilling of these plates provides connections for pumps and tanks. The biggest advantage that a Modular Manifold Block has over a single-piece is the modification ability, depending on evolving needs.