Keep Your Project Running With Franklin Electric’s Vertical Line-Shaft Turbines and Submersible Turbines

From a deep-set vertical line-shaft turbine that delivers 2,500 feet of head to turbines moving 40,000 gpm, discover Franklin Electric’s selection of in-stock components and engineered solutions to help you tackle your next pumping challenge. The company offers a wide selection of strapped, cast iron and cast stainless submersible turbines, along with an extensive offering of vertical line-shaft turbines that help you cover almost any pumping application.

Franklin Electric’s enhanced machining, focused assembly capabilities and dedicated inventory levels allow the company to fabricate custom pumping solutions to fit the performance requirements of the most demanding applications. Every component you order is backed by its proven manufacturing standards and network of industry experts who help you select and configure the right turbine for the job.

Moving municipal water

Franklin Electric’s FVT Series of vertical line-shaft turbines is a critical tool for moving water in municipal applications. The FVT Series offers flows up to 35,000 gpm in size ranges 6 to 42 inches and is classified to meet NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 standards for drinking water applications. The product is manufactured at a recently expanded facility that produces large-scale turbines up to 42 inches in length and features enhanced machining and fabrication equipment, assembly capabilities and dedicated inventory levels. 

Franklin Electric also offers customers the ability to quickly customize and select the best product solution for their application via its proprietary online tool, FE Select. The tool prompts users to input performance requirements and recommends the best vertical line-shaft or submersible turbine-based on those needs. It also provides downloadable assets, including performance curves, dimensional drawings and detailed specifications of components.


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