Learn five topics commonly misunderstood by those new to the submersible water systems industry.
Quick Tips: 5 Misunderstood Topics
Franklin Electric's 4-inch motors are the driving force behind residential and light commercial submersible pump applications. To select the correct motor for your application, you need to know the difference between a 2-wire and a 3-wire submersible motor.
Controls are an important part of a submersible motor power system, allowing operators to adjust, start, and stop various functions. Franklin Electric single-phase control boxes are designed and optimized specifically for Franklin Electric 3-wire motors. Learn the similarities and differences between three control box types.
Franklin Electric offers a wide array of submersible pumps and vertical turbines designed for the movement of water and corrosive chemicals. This video covers two core concepts to help you understand submersible pump basics: pressure generation and gallons per minute.
There are two main types of residential water well systems: Conventional Systems and Variable-Speed, or Constant Pressure, Systems. A Conventional System usually has fluctuations in water pressure. A Constant Pressure System does not. View this video to learn two pressure device options when using a SubDrive VFD product in a Constant Pressure System.
To protect the life of your Franklin Electric motor, understand Service Factor. Motor Service Factor, or SF, is the percent of overloading a motor can handle for short periods of time when operating normally within the correct voltage requirements.