Search, view, share, and download all of our available installation and product videos from one portal. … New Video Portal
A new electronic version of the Defender Series™ Overfill Prevention Valve Installation Worksheet is now available. This includes a recently updated 95% volume height worksheet, to help ensure that the valve is installed at 95%.
This worksheet can be downloaded and completed by typing values and calculations directly into the form. You can then save the completed worksheet as a digital file or print it out for a clean and legible worksheet.
The digital 2018 Franklin Fueling Systems Product Catalog (UL) is now available for download. Need a hard copy? We’re automatically shipping one to each distributor location. You will receive your copy in the next few weeks.
Our latest digital inventory and leak detection probes (FMP-LL3 Series) are fully compatible with most legacy Franklin Fueling Systems Automatic Tank Gauges (ATGs). These newer 2-wire probes require a unique method of wiring referred to as LL2 Emulation Mode Wiring when pairing them with legacy ATGs. For a full review of the proper FMP-LL3 Series probe ATG wiring methods, including the Universal Data Protocol Mode Wiring method used for newer ATGs, refer to the quick reference diagrams below. … FMP-LL3 Digital Probe Backwards Compatibility
Check out the latest release notes and download the latest version of the EVO™ 550 and EVO™ 5000 Series software.
With expanding fuel system sizes and additional compliance monitoring requirements, we’ve seen many new devices and technologies added to the fuel system in the last few years. The addition of these devices and systems increases the need for good wiring practices to ensure safety and data integrity throughout the fuel system. … Fuel System Wiring Best Practices
Franklin Fueling Systems recently announced the launch of the Cable Tight™ wire management system. This system provides a true watertight end-to-end solution for electrical, sensor, and data wire management. With the safe and easy electrofusion welding installation process, the HDPE-constructed electrical conduit, entry seals, and sumps are joined together to form one seamless system.