Little Giant® Now Offers ½ HP Effluent Pumping Choices with Launch of New 12E Series Pumps
Fort Wayne, IN – Franklin Electric Co., Inc. (NASDAQ: FELE) announces the launch of the Little Giant 12E Series ½ HP Effluent Pump for dewatering, water transfer and septic wastewater removal. The Series’ rugged design and reliable features make it ideal for the most challenging deep vault effluent applications.
Performance is key with the new pumps, which are engineered specifically to tackle water demands deep underground. At the heart of each unit is a unique cloverleaf intake that allows for higher flow with 3/4″ diameter solids handling. The rugged cast-iron impeller works just as hard, delivering superior clog resistance. Surrounding it all is a heavy-duty epoxy-coated cast iron housing that stands up to the most extreme elements, including cold-weather climates where deep septic wells are common.
Continuous duty rated, the energy-efficient PSC motor also includes thermal overload protection for reliable performance. Available in with either a manual (12E-CIM) or automatic (12E-CIA-RF) switch option, the 12E Series comes backed by a three-year warranty.
Franklin Electric is a global leader in the production and marketing of systems and components for the movement of water and fuel. Recognized as a technical leader in its products and services, Franklin Electric serves customers around the world in residential, commercial, agricultural, industrial, municipal, and fueling applications.
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