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  • On-Demand Webinars

    View recorded, on-demand webinar sessions at your convenience below. Each session features Franklin Electric industry experts.

    • And the winners are...

      The results are in! Congratulations to the 12 randomly selected winners of our UEi DMEG3 megger launch campaign contest giveaway! 

      • My First Experience as a Well Owner

        After being with Franklin Electric for more than 20 years, a couple of years ago, I purchases a house with a private water system--otherwise known as a water well. There's some irony here in that after talking about Franklin products...

        • Throw Water On It

          Pit fires are relatively rare in racing these days, but they do happen. In the midst of high-tech sports and modern firefighting, the first line of fire safety defense remains a 5-gallon bucket of water.

          • How to Use Team Assignments

            On average, a person needs 22 messages to reinforce an idea. That's a lot. With our new team assignments function, we can help. 

            • How to Register for a Certification Event

              In 2008 the Franklin Electric Certified Contractor Program was introduced. Focused on water system professionals who install Franklin Electric products, this program was designed to distinguish contractors who make a commitment to Franklin Electric products, and their proper installation, application,...

              • Your Next Customer

                You may or may not have noticed, but we are in the midst of a seismic demographic shift here in the United States. Twenty years ago, baby boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) made up about 50% of the population....

                • Duration 4m
              • Ammeter: Measuring Amperage

                A clamp-on ammeter allows you to measure current in your submersible installation system without breaking the circuit. Amperage, obtained from measuring current, can tell you whether or not a motor is overloaded or underloaded.

                • Duration 4m
              • Megohmmeter: Measuring Insulation Resistance

                This video takes a look at megohmmeters, or meggers, and how you can measure insulation resistance in a submersible motor. Why is this important? So you can know the condition of your ENTIRE installation.

                • Duration 4m
              • Voltmeter: What is Voltage?

                One of the basic concepts we have to understand while troubleshooting a submersible water system is voltage -- measured with a Voltmeter. Key takeaway from this segment: voltage is pressure.

                • Duration 2m
              • Slow Down & Have A Conversation

                The term "sales" often has a reputation for selling customers things they don't need or even want. Truly successful sales people will tell you that's not how they do business.

                • Residential Submersible Systems Certification

                  This Certified Contractor course unpacks the Franklin Electric residential submersible products, along with what you need to know in order to properly size, install, and troubleshoot. During this course, you will complete a series of self-paced modules and quizzes focused on...

                  • Duration 3.5h
                • Ohmmeter: What is Resistance?

                  In a water system we have something called friction loss. It turns out we have the same thing in an electrical system, known as resistance.This video takes a look at ohmmeters, and how they can help determine the condition of...

                  • Duration 3m
                • Capacitor Tester: Troubleshooting

                  For larger, single-phase Franklin Electric control boxes, troubleshoot the start and run capacitors using a capacitor tester.

                  • Duration 3m
                • Voltmeter: Supply Voltage vs. Nameplate Voltage

                  It's important to distinguish and understand the difference between supply voltage and nameplate voltage when troubleshooting a submersible water system. This video will explain.

                  • Duration 2m
                • Voltmeter: Measuring Voltage

                  When troubleshooting a submersible water system, a voltmeter is one of the key tools you will need. Here's a quick guide to troubleshooting voltage with a voltmeter.

                  • Duration 3m
                • Capacitor Tester: What is a Capacitor?

                  This video takes a look at megohmmeters, or meggers, and how you can measure insulation resistance in a submersible motor. Why is this important? So you can know the condition of your ENTIRE installation.

                  • Duration 2m
                • OJT is NOT a Growth Strategy

                  Training people is tough. Training new people is even tougher. But's not the solution. Here's how FranklinTECH Online can help.