Pumping system uses solar technology

Franklin Electric will display the new Fhoton SolarPAK system, which uses Franklin’s solar technology with the new Fhoton solar drive that features a smaller modular design – providing flexibility and simple maintenance for the installer, says the company.

The Fhoton solar drive features a robust IP66, NEMA 4 enclosure that protects against wildlife, insects, dust, and weather. The system is available in a variety of flow rates from 2.5 gpm to 90 gpm and power ratings of 0.75 and 1.5 hp.

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