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When weather and other system failure tragedies hit, thousands of homes and businesses lose critical water and wastewater services. Emergency backup systems to keep services operating post-disaster become more important than ever. Traditional lift station design has, for decades, included backup diesel generators to power submersible electric sewage pumps. Now, there's a better solution.

Improve your municipal lift station backup plan with Pioneer Pump® Diesel-Driven Skid Packages. Less expensive with lower operating and maintenance costs, diesel-driven skid packages offer double protection in cases of both electrical failure and submersible pump failure. These packages also have added capacity to address costly, environment and health-damaging risks due to sewer overflows.

View this webinar, presented by Franklin Electric Southwest Territory Manager, Eric Burleigh, to learn more.

*This webinar was recorded live, 2 PM EDT Thursday, July 9, 2020.


After viewing this webinar you will be able to:

  • Describe backup lift stations
  • Describe typical backup pump and lift station design
  • Recognize the need for backup pumps
  • Identify the advantages of choosing Pioneer Pump® Diesel-Driven Skid Packages vs. backup diesel generators


Presenter

Eric Burleigh, Franklin Electric Southwest Territory Manager

Eric is our Southwest United States Territory Manager and oversees the sales and distribution of the Pioneer Pump® and FPS® product brands throughout California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, and Hawaii.

Eric began his career in the pump industry as an Outside Sales Representative for a large water technology company. While at this company, he was responsible for dri-prime diesel and electrical packages, as well as electrical submersible pumps. Throughout his career, Eric has gained a great deal of knowledge about the pump industry, focusing on municipal and construction markets.

Eric's immense pump expertise and experience is extremely valuable to Franklin Electric and our customers.


Resources

  • Presentation PDF