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Success Story: Franklin Water System Supplying Once Fire-Devastated Area

08/03/2018

Here’s a fun photo and story that was passed along to us about how Franklin Electric products are making a positive influence…

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“In October 2017, wild fires reaching 2,800 degrees destroyed more than 8,500 homes in the Napa Valley area. This Franklin Control System panel with the P-Series Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) was recently installed one mile south of Soda Canyon – one of the most devastated areas. It is the first P-Series VFD that our customer, Brian Allen of North Bay Water, has installed. A groundwater industry veteran for more than 30 years, he has a built a strong comfort level with the Franklin Electric SubDrive® brand and was ready to expand into another one of our solutions.

When the fire came through, it toasted poly tanks so bad that they were left looking like burnt marshmallows. You can see steel struts that once held wooden bridges used as driveways that lead to what are now skeletons of former residential communities. It’s disheartening to think that this once beautiful land is now nothing more than barren, unused space. But, the rebuild has started and we’re excited to be a part of the reshaping in northern California. This particular 12-acre property once contained a residential home and is now being converted to a winery with a tasting room. The water system will be filling up a pond serving as a reservoir for irrigation, pumping 60 gpm at 60 psi at discharge. The water provided with this high-performance well should allow it to flourish. In fact, it’s possible that this single well’s performance may produce enough water for now and the future, eliminating the need to replace two additional wells that were damaged beyond repair from the fire. With a little help from a high-performance water system, this land can provide those around it the beauty it once did!”

--- Carlos Moreno, Western Hydro Corporation

Official Rules - 2018 Roundtable Discussions Giveaways Promotion

08/03/2018

FRANKLIN ELECTRIC’S

2018 Roundtable Discussions Giveaways Promotion

OFFICIAL RULES

NO PURCHASE OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN.
A PURCHASE WILL NOT AFFECT OR IMPROVE CHANCES OF WINNING.
VOID WHERE PROHIBITED.

  1. SPONSOR — The 2018 Roundtable Discussions Giveaways (the “Promotion”) is sponsored by Franklin Electric Co., Inc. (the “Sponsor”). The Promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with any third party, including but not limited to the 2018 NGWA Groundwater Expo, National Ground Water Association, and Las Vegas Convention Center. Any questions, comments, or complaints regarding the Promotion should be directed solely to Sponsor.
  2. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY — No purchase or payment necessary to participate and win.
  3. PROMOTIONAL PERIOD — The Promotion will take place December 5 – 6, 2018 (the “Promotional Period”).
  4. ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS — The Promotion is open only to those customers of Sponsor to whom this offer is addressed and who are 18 years of age or older (“Participants”). Employees, independent contractors, officers, directors of Sponsor, affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising, promotion, and fulfillment agencies, and immediate family members of each are not eligible to participate in the Promotion. The Promotion is void where prohibited or restricted by law. All federal, state, and local laws and regulations apply.
  5. HOW TO PARTICIPATE — To participate in the Promotion, you must receive an invitation by a registered contractor or distributor of Sponsor to any one of seven scheduled roundtable discussion meetings that will be held during tradeshow hours on December 5 – 6, 2018, at the 2018 NGWA Groundwater Expo (the “Expo”) at the Las Vegas Convention Center, 3150 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109. At the roundtable discussion meetings, submit an entry form with your name, company name, and work mailing and e-mail addresses and phone number to Sponsor. Entry forms are available at the meeting location, Room N220. Contact Sponsor for a schedule of its discussions at the Expo. Limit one entry per Participant.
  6. PRIZE AWARDED — The winning Participant(s) will receive one (1) UEi DMEG3™ calibrated megger by UEi Test Instruments valued up to $452.00. Franklin Electric will order all gifts contained within the selected prize package and have them each shipped direct to the Prize Winner.  The Prize is not transferable. At its sole discretion, Sponsor may substitute another prize package of equal or greater value. Sponsor may substitute for a cash prize or goods or services with a value equal to or greater than the estimated retail value of the original prize. Sponsor is not responsible if the Prize is lost or stolen nor for any restrictions concerning the Prize.
  7. ODDS OF WINNING — Odds of winning the Prize depend on the total number of Participants watching a demonstration and are estimated at 7:168.
  8. PRIZE-DRAWING & WINNER NOTIFICATION — Sponsor will conduct a random prize drawing at the end of each roundtable discussion meeting from all eligible entries received (“Prize-Drawing”). If the potential winner is not present within 15 minutes of the Prize Drawing, Sponsor will immediately conduct another random Prize Drawing. Sponsor’s computer is the official clock for the Prize Drawing.
  9. ACCEPTANCE OF PRIZE, RELEASE & ADVERTISEMENT — Sponsor shall provide the potential winner an Affidavit of Eligibility, a Liability Release, and, where permissible, a Publicity Release (the “Affidavit & Releases”). The potential winner must execute and return the Affidavit & Releases to Sponsor within 30 days of the Notification Date. A copy of the Affidavit & Releases is attached hereto. Failure to provide to Sponsor with receipt of Affidavit & Releases will result in forfeiture of Prize in which case Sponsor will conduct a separate drawing to determine any alternative potential winner. In addition, a potential winner from Canada must correctly answer a time-limited, skill-testing question in order to receive the prize. Prizes will be mailed to winners within 6-8 weeks from receipt by Sponsor of the executed Affidavit & Releases. Execution of the Affidavit & Releases and acceptance of a Prize constitutes the winner’s permission for Sponsor to use winner’s name, likeness, and biographical information for advertising and promotional purposes. For the names of the winners, send an e-mail titled the “2018 Roundtable Discussions Giveaways Winner” to us at franklinwater@fele.com after December 31, 2018.
  10. TAXES & FEES — All taxes, fees, and surcharges for the Prize and all expenses not explicitly included in the description of the Prize shall be the sole responsibility of the Winner of that Prize. 
  11. DISQUALIFICATION & FORFEITURE OF PRIZE — The potential winner shall be disqualified and its Prize shall be forfeited if (i) the potential winner declines to accept the Prize, (ii) Sponsor determines the potential winner was not eligible to participate in the Promotion, or (iii) the potential winner fails to provide Sponsor with the Affidavit & Release within the time required under these Official Rules. In the event of disqualification and forfeiture by a potential winner, Sponsor will conduct a separate drawing to determine any alternative potential winner. 
  12. DISCLAIMER OF RESPONSIBILITY — Sponsor nor its agents shall be responsible for lost, late, undelivered or misdirected mail or e-mail. Sponsor nor its agents shall be responsible for computer software or hardware malfunctions or failures of any kind. Sponsor nor its agents shall be responsible for lost or unavailable computer, cable, or telephone network connections, or for failed, incomplete, or delayed computer or telephone transmissions of any kind, including those that result from any type of human error. Sponsor nor its agents shall be responsible for any damage to any computer used to participate in the Promotion. 
  13. GOVERNING LAW & REMEDIES — The Promotion is void where prohibited. The laws of the United States and the State of Indiana, U.S.A., govern the Promotion without giving effect to any choice of law or conflict of law rules or provisions thereof. Sponsor and Participants agree that: (i) any judicial proceeding for disputes, claims, and causes of action arising out of the Promotion shall take place in a federal or state court of competent jurisdiction with the State of Indiana; (ii) any and all claims, judgments, and awards shall be limited to actual out-of-pocket expenses incurred, including any costs deemed related to participation in the Promotion, but in no event shall any damages include attorneys fees; and (iii) except for out-of-pocket expenses, under no circumstances shall a Participant be entitled or permitted to obtain an award for punitive, incidental, or consequential damages or any other damages, and each Participant hereby waives any and all rights to any such damages.
  14. PRIVACY — Submission of personal and contact information in connection with the Promotion constitutes permission for Sponsor to add Participant to Sponsor’s customer database and to contact participant for future promotions, events, and offers. Participants may opt out of receiving such communications by contacting Sponsor.
  15. QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS — If you have question or comments regarding the Promotion, please contact Sponsor at the mailing address, telephone number, or e-mail address listed below.

Franklin Electric Co., Inc.
9255 Coverdale Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46809-9613
Telephone: (260) 824-2900
E-mail: franklinwater@fele.com


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In Case You Missed It: South Atlantic Jubilee 2018 Post-Show Photo Gallery

08/01/2018

Yet again, the 2018 South Atlantic Jubilee provided a variety of opportunities for industry networking, fun, and the chance to see what’s new to help contractors elevate their game. Couldn’t make it in person? Here’s a look at the show from our point of view.

View 2018 Jubilee photos.

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Groundwater Week Yeti® Tumbler Giveaway

08/01/2018

FRANKLIN ELECTRIC’S

Yeti® Tumbler Giveaway

Franklin Electric is giving away 300 Yeti® Tumblers during the 2018 Groundwater Expo & Annual Meeting from December 5 – 6, 2018, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, 3150 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109. To receive a free Yeti® Tumbler, be one of the first 300 guests to visit and accumulate six (6) points at Franklin Electric’s booth during the Expo. You can accumulate points by attending featured product displays and/or listening to in-booth presentations at Franklin Electric’s booth #419. A visit to a featured product display earns you one point and listening to an in-booth presentation earns you two points. Once you have 6 points, submit your entry form with your name, company name, and work mailing and e-mail addresses and phone number to Franklin Electric at its booth.

Restrictions apply. Must be 18 years of age or older. Employees, independent contractors, officers, directors of Franklin Electric, affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising, promotion, and fulfillment agencies, and immediate family members of each are not eligible to participate. Each recipient of a Yeti® Tumbler is solely responsible for any and all taxes and fees. Franklin Electric is not responsible for any defects to any Yeti® Tumblers given to recipients.

If you have question or comments, please contact us at:

Franklin Electric Co., Inc.
9255 Coverdale Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46809-9613
Telephone: (260) 824-2900
E-mail: franklinwater@fele.com

Official Rules - 2018 Groundwater Week Customer Survey

07/31/2018

The Franklin Electric Prize Drawing Customer Survey for 2018 Groundwater Week

OFFICIAL RULES

NO PURCHASE OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN.
A PURCHASE WILL NOT AFFECT OR IMPROVE CHANCES OF WINNING.
VOID WHERE PROHIBITED.

  1. SPONSOR and ADMINISTRATOR — The 2018 Franklin Electric Customer Survey Prize Drawing (the “Prize Drawing”) is sponsored by Franklin Electric Co., Inc., 9255 Coverdale Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46809-9613 (“Sponsor”).
  2. ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES — Candidates eligible to have their names drawn in the Prize Drawing are certain customers of Sponsor located in the contiguous United States and in Canada as identified by Sponsor. The Prize Drawing is open only to those customers to whom this offer is addressed and who are 18 years of age or older. Sponsor shall contact customers by telephone or e-mail to inform them of the Prize Drawing. A customer wishing not to participate may inform the Sponsor at the time of the telephone call or in a reply e-mail to Sponsor. By participating in the Prize Drawing, customers shall be deemed candidates to this Prize Drawing (“Candidates”) and to have fully and unconditionally agreed and accepted these Official Rules. Employees, independent contractors, officers, directors of Sponsor, Constant Contact, Inc., affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising, promotion, and fulfillment agencies, and immediate family members of each are not eligible to participate in the Prize Drawing. The Prize Drawing is void where prohibited or restricted by law. All federal, state, and local laws and regulations apply.
  3. HOW TO ENTER — To enter, complete, by no later than December 30, 2018, the digital survey as sent by franklinwater@fele.com. 
  4. ENTRY PERIOD: Entry for the Prize Drawing begins at 12:00 A.M. EST on December 11, 2018, and ends at 11:59:59 P.M. EST on December 30, 2018, (the “Entry Period”). Sponsor’s computer is the official clock for the Prize Drawing.
  5. PRIZE DRAWING DATE: Potential winner in the Prize Drawing will be selected in a random drawing by Sponsor on December 31, 2018, from among all eligible entries received.
  6. PRIZE AWARDED — There will be one prize winner for a $200 Visa Gift Card. As may be necessary due to unavailability, the Sponsor may substitute prizes of equal value for a Prize. Prizes are not transferrable.
  7. ODDS OF WINNING — Odds of winning a Prize depend on the total number of Candidates and are estimated at 1:300. 
  8. WINNER NOTIFICATION — Within thirty (30) days of the Drawing Date, Sponsor will call the provided phone numbers from the survey to notify potential winners (the “Notification Date”). 
  9. ACCEPTANCE OF PRIZE, RELEASE & ADVERTISEMENT — Sponsor shall provide potential winner, who must execute and return to Sponsor an Affidavit of Eligibility, a Liability Release, and, where permissible, a Publicity Release (the “Affidavit & Releases”). Sponsor must receive a potential winner’s executed Affidavit & Releases within thirty (30) days of the Notification Date. Failure to provide to Sponsor with receipt of Affidavit & Releases within 30 days will result in forfeiture of Prize in which case Sponsor will conduct a separate drawing to determine any alternative winner. In addition, potential winner from Canada must correctly answer a time-limited, skill-testing question in order to receive the prize. Prizes will be mailed to winner within 6-8 weeks from receipt by Sponsor of the executed Affidavit & Releases. Execution of the Affidavit & Releases and acceptance of a Prize constitutes the winner’s permission for Sponsor to use winner’s name, likeness, and biographical information for advertising and promotional purposes. For the names of the winner, send an e-mail titled “Pioneer Pump Customer Survey Prize Drawing” to us at amaxwell@fele.com after December 31, 2018.
  10. TAXES & FEES — All taxes, fees, and surcharges for a Prize and all expenses not explicitly included in the description of the Prize shall be the sole responsibility of the respective winner. 
  11. DISQUALIFICATION & FORFEITURE OF PRIZE — A potential winner shall be disqualified and its Prize shall be forfeited if (i) the winner declines to accept the Prize, (ii) Sponsor is unable to accomplish winner notification within 10 days of the Drawing Date, or (iii) the winner fails to provide Sponsor with winner’s Affidavit & Releases within 30 days of the Notification Date. In the event of disqualification and forfeiture of a prize, Sponsor will conduct a separate drawing to determine any alternative winner. 
  12. DISCLAIMER OF RESPONSIBILITY — Sponsor, Constant Contact, Inc., or their agents shall not be responsible for lost, late, undelivered or misdirected mail or e-mail. Sponsor and its agents shall not be responsible for computer software or hardware malfunctions or failures of any kind. Sponsor, Constant Contact, Inc., or their agents shall not be responsible for lost or unavailable computer, cable, or telephone network connections, or for failed, incomplete, or delayed computer or telephone transmissions of any kind, including those that result from any type of human error. Sponsor, Constant Contact, Inc., or their agents shall not be responsible for any damage to any computer used to participate in the Prize Drawing. 
  13. GOVERNING LAW & REMEDIES — The Prize Drawing is void where prohibited. The laws of the United States and the State of Indiana, U.S.A., govern the Prize Drawing without giving effect to any choice of law or conflict of law rules or provisions thereof. Sponsor and Candidates agree that: (i) any judicial proceeding for disputes, claims, and causes of action arising out of the Prize Drawing shall take place in a federal or state court of competent jurisdiction with the State of Indiana; (ii) any and all claims, judgments, and awards shall be limited to actual out-of-pocket expenses incurred, including any costs deemed related to participation in the Prize Drawing, but in no event shall any damages include attorneys fees; and (iii) except for out-of-pocket expenses, under no circumstances shall a Candidate be entitled or permitted to obtain an award for punitive, incidental, or consequential damages or any other damages, and each Candidate hereby waives any and all rights to any such damages.
  14. PRIVACY — Submission of personal and contact information in connection with the Prize Drawing constitutes permission for Sponsor to add Candidate to Sponsor’s customer database and to contact Candidate for future promotions, events, and offers. Candidates may opt out of receiving such communications by contacting Sponsor.
  15. QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS — If you have any questions or comments about the Prize Drawing, please contact Sponsor at the mailing address, telephone number, or e-mail address listed below:

Franklin Electric Co., Inc.
9255 Coverdale Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46809-9613
United States of America
Telephone: 1-260-827-5542
E-mail: amaxwell@fele.com


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Now Available: Sacrificial Anode Kits for 4-Inch Submersible Motors

07/30/2018

Franklin Electric is excited to offer the Sacrificial Anode Kit as a cost-effective solution for applications in Franklin Electric Sacrificial Anode 4 Inch Sub Motor1geographic areas exposed to highly corrosive water conditions.

The Sacrificial Anode Kit provides added protection against corrosion of four-inch Franklin Electric submersible motors. It bolts directly to the bottom of the motor with just three screws and has a smaller diameter, making it an ideal option for both new and retrofit installations. With the metal-to-metal contact, this low-grade cast iron anode acts as a conductor for corrosion, increasing overall motor and water system life. The motor remains unchanged and contractor inventory management continues status quo. As a lower cost alternative to 316 stainless steel motor constructions, the Sacrificial Anode Kit can cost effectively be used as a precautionary measure to prevent premature motor failure in highly corrosive applications – especially those with brackish water, high chlorides, or high temperatures.

The Sacrificial Anode Kit is available in both standard thrust and high thrust configurations. As the only anode designed and manufactured by a motor manufacturer, it is specifically constructed for Franklin Electric submersible motors to maximize compatibility and water system performance.

Franklin Electric Sacrificial Anode 4 Inch Sub Motor

If you have questions concerning the Sacrificial Anode Kit, please contact your local Territory Manager, Field Service Engineer, or the Franklin Electric Technical Service Hotline at 800.348.2420.

Success Story: Nearly 6 Million Gallons Since 1978

07/26/2018

Delmer Gray recently shared a Franklin Electric motor from 1978 with us to show the value we’ve brought to his business. Here’s what he had to say about it…

“My dad commonly says, ‘Why is it that we never have time to do it right the first time, yet we always have time to make sure it’s done right the second time.’ In my experience, doing it right means installing Franklin Electric. This recently pulled 1978 motor is a great example of why. Set 35-feet deep, it spent a large amount of its life helping to provide water in a residential application for a family of four. Based on normal water uses, I’m guessing it supplied Gray Well Service LLC Photoroughly 400 gallons of water per day, which would be nearly six million gallons of water over a lifetime. The water conditions were pretty standard for southern Michigan at about 20 to 30 grains hard with high iron levels. And, this is only one. I know of hundreds of other wells in this area that have had Franklin motors for 30 to 40 years that are still going strong. That’s why I stand behind Franklin Electric. When you set up the system properly, you can expect great quality and longevity from their products. I’ve used a lot of different products, and Franklin Electric is the best on the market. As a Key Dealer, my territory manager is always there for me and the Technical Service Hotline helps me when I have questions. The customer service provided by Franklin Electric goes unmatched.”

--- Delmer Gray, Gray Well Service, LLC, in Coldwater, Michigan

Click here for more information about Gray Well Service.

Up To Speed: Should You Test a New Spool of Cable? Here’s the Why & How.

07/23/2018

Up To Speed Graphic Thin Version

Up To Speed is a concise, technical blog compiled by industry veteran Mark Reeder. It provides an interesting fact, answers a thought-provoking question, or offers a cliffhanger from an actual site visit by one of our world-class Field Service Engineers.

Cable Spools

This tip is all about being proactive.

The scenario: Cable spools generally come pre-tested from the manufacturer. And in general, cable is tough—very tough. But accidents happen. For instance, let’s say a new spool of cable falls off the back of the truck, gets hit by a forklift, or some object gets dropped on the spool. Or, let’s say you have an older, used spool you’re thinking about reusing. In either case, you want to make sure the cable is undamaged before it goes downhole…not after.

So, how can you be sure the cable isn’t damaged? Simple—test it first.

“Yes, brand-new wire always comes pre-tested, but it could get damaged—typically the outside wire of the spool, the first part that goes down into the well,” Franklin Electric Field Service Engineer Dave Bumbalough said. “Sometimes this damage is difficult to detect visually and not discovered until it’s far downhole.”

Dave recently used the following technique to discover a nick in a large spool of drop cable. By testing the spool of wire in the shop before visiting the job site, he was able to detect the compromised insulation, ultimately saving time and money.

To conduct this test, you’ll need:

  • A body of water large enough to submerge the entire spool of wire. The body of water could be anything from a 55-gallon drum cut in half, to a washout pan, to a large bucket or even a horse trough.
  • A megohmmeter, or insulation tester. A megohmmeter (sometimes referred to as an insulation tester or megger), can measure ohms in the millions and can find damage in this type of circumstance.

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To conduct the test, submerge the cable in water. While submerging the cable, make sure to keep both ends of the cable dry and out of the water. Since air acts as an insulator and water is partially conductive, if there is a breakdown in insulation in the wire cable, electricity will leak into the water and can be detected by a megohmmeter.

Place one probe in the water, and another probe on one of the ends of the wire. The readings should result in very large numbers. If not, the electricity is being leaked into the water, likely from a nick in the installation.

So, what’s a high ohm reading?

With the megohmmeter set to either 500 or 1000 VDC output, normal insulation resistance readings for drop cable and a motor (if attached) should read two-million ohms or more. If the reading is below two-million ohms, it is not recommended to use this wire. Reference Franklin Electric’s AIM Manual and AIM Manual App (available on both the Apple® App Store and Google Play Store*) as needed for insulation resistance readings.

Instead of spending time, money, and energy dropping hundreds of feet of cable into a well and finding there’s a breakdown in insulation, test it at the shop first. It only takes a few minutes, but could save a lot of time in the field.

Now, you’re up to speed.

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“It’s Amazing It Lasted 44 Years”: Success Stories From Our Testimonial Library

07/12/2018

Over the past year, multiple contractors have shared their pump and motor success stories with us. Here is what they had to say…

“Ran by this Franklin Electric control box recently and just had to share. It’s from 1973, and was installed along with the original 2 hp pump and Franklin Electric motor that is still running perfectly in the well. The system supplies water to a metal fabrication shop with 6 employees that use it about 10 hours a day, 5 days a week. That’s a ton of water over the years. This is case in point why we install Franklin. The quality speaks for itself.”

-- Travis Flint, Thomas Flint & Son, Inc. in Cadillac, MichiganJason Kyer Web Story Photo

“Thank you for making quality products. This is why we still install Franklin Electric products. Out with the old, in with the new. We know once we install a Franklin product, we will not have to go back for years to come. The pump above is from 1973 and was a ½ hp, set at 40 feet with iron so bad it made us look like we rolled in mud once we got everything out of the well. It's amazing it lasted 44 years.”

-- Jason Kyer, Monticello Pump Services, Inc. in Manassas, Virginia

“I love it when I pull out an old motor like this from the 70s or 80s! Pulled this one out a couple of weeks ago from 1980. It provided water for a residential application that also utilized some landscape irrigation. The pump was set at 110 feet and was still running like a top when it was pulled. This quality and industry reputation over the years is why Franklin Electric is my #1 pick for any job.”

-- Matt Henderson, Henderson Drilling Inc. in Casper, WyomingMartin Proulx Web Story Photo 2

“Today, we pulled a pump that had a Franklin Electric motor from 1975. The pump needed replaced, but the 1975 motor was still working perfectly fine. It was installed in a 300-foot deep well that supplied water to a private, 3-bedroom residential home. This is why we have installed Franklin Electric for 44 years. We install the best, and when we choose Franklin Electric we just don’t have any problems.”

-- Martin Proulx, Plomberie Gilbert et Fils Inc, in Quebec, Canada

Now Available: SubDrive Utility with Analog Pressure Transducer

07/06/2018

FE Subdrive Utility Angled LeftThe SubDrive Utility™ Variable Frequency Drive is now available to order with a 4-20 mA, 100 psi analog pressure transducer. This option allows for precise pressure control for those preferring the pressure transducer to that of the traditional pressure sensor.

Franklin Electric’s SubDrive Utility Variable Frequency Drive converts 2-wire conventional submersible pumping systems, ranging from 1/3 hp up to 1-1/2 hp, along with 115 V and 230 V single-phase 2-wire submersible PSC, above-ground booster, and jet pumps with overload current ratings from 4.6 A to 13.1 A, into constant water pressure systems. Designed with a compact footprint, it features a sleek NEMA 3R enclosure rated for both indoor and outdoor use, and retrofits to most pumping systems utilizing a Franklin Electric motor. Separate of the pump and motor, the drive makes troubleshooting and maintenance of the pumping system significantly easier compared to all-in-one units.

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