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New Inline 400 Pressure Boosting System by Franklin Electric Co.

Contributed by: PumpScout Staff

Franklin Electric Co., a manufacturer of submersible pumps, fueling systems, ground water pumping products, and many other applications, is now offering the new Inline 400 Pressure Boosting System as a compact and economical solution to most water pressure improvement needs. The Inline 400 pump couples a proven Franklin Electric pump and motor with simple flow-based controls to provide a typical water pressure boost of up to 40 PSI. With a symmetrical design, it is easy to mount and install, either horizontally or vertically, depending on the existing plumbing configurations, even when space is limited. This powerful, yet quiet system is ideal for city water pressure boosting and pressurizing water from a cistern tank. This system even re-pressurizes after filtration and irrigation, further boosting the pump’s performance.

“We’ve taken our knowledge from years of producing water system products and brought that experience to our residential and commercial customers,” says Scott Stayton, Director of Portfolio Management, Franklin Electric Co. “Our customers told us they wanted to be able to run multiple water sources at the same time, without a drop in water pressure. Our ‘smart’ system self-monitors, so the water pressure remains consistent.”

The pressure pump is available in 115V and 230V models and is distributed throughout the United States, Germany, Czech Republic, Italy, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, South Africa, China, and Japan. The Franklin Electric Inline 400 pump features a product rating of 1/3 hp (0.246 kW), a 1-inch NPT inlet and outlet, and is powered by a standard electrical cord. Additional integrated pump protection features guard against over and under voltage, dry run, and over temperature. In addition, two pressure switches monitor and reduce changes if the unit is in danger of over pressuring the system. This flow switch ensures that it only runs when needed, which ultimately provides maximum efficiency.

Source: Franklin Electric