Franklin Fueling Systems, the world's leading provider of complete fueling systems, has solved, around the world, many problems with the water supply in containments chambers or replacement of damaged conventional hoods by providing entry boots that seal by electrofusion UPP.
As explained by the Commercial Manager of Franklin Fueling, Renato Finati, often due to the presence of high groundwater, water easily enters into the sumps through conventional sealing entry boots improperly installed or ruptured rubber hoods. As a final solution, Renato explains that UPP sealing entry boots have two sealing planes by electrofusion: between the wall of the sump and the entry boot and between the entry boot and HDPE pipe. By being welded by electrofusion process, the entry boots do not require any maintenance after correct installation, reducing costs and rework for maintenance.
The UPP sealing entry boots are provided at diameters of 32, 50, 63, 75, 90 and 110mm.
Franklin Fueling Systems, one of the largest fuel materials manufacturers in the world, owns the UPP brand and has domestic manufacturing of pipes with HDPE liner in EVOH. This liner has aimed to meet the latest version of the European standard EN14.125, which specifies the maximum permeability in primary piping of 0.2 g / m², about 10 times smaller than specified by the Brazilian NBR 14722.
According to the Commercial Manager of Franklin Fueling, Renato Finati, compliance to EN 14125 specification brings a huge gain to environmental preservation and reduce losses of financial value by product leakage and remediation process for contaminated soil. Renato also clarifies that the pipes with liner in EVOH are basic requirements of multinational companies such as Shell, Total, Texaco, BP, among others. The Franklin features primary UPP tubes with EVOH liner in the commercial diameters of 32, 50, 63, 90 and 110mm.
Franklin Fueling Systems is set to launch its new Total System Solutions™ campaign along with their latest product and installer training innovations at the 2016 NACS/PEI tradeshow.
Total System Solutions™
Targeted to show distributors, marketers, and installers how they can maximize their system efficiency while reducing cost and installation time, the new Total System Solutions™ campaign will feature product systems designed to create efficiencies and user benefits beyond those of standalone products. Franklin will have on display multiple product systems including Pre-Packaged Sumps, Turbine Pump Interface, Electronic Line Leak Detection, Hose Solutions, and the EZ FIT Flexible Connector System.
Franklin will have on display the latest in petroleum equipment design including its new Water-Resistant Tank Sumps, Digital Inventory & Leak Detection Probes, as well as the highly-popular Defender Series® Overfill Prevention Valve. Amongst the new products, Franklin will also have on display its full lines of Piping & Containment Systems, Fuel Management Systems, Service Station Hardware, Submersibles Pumping Systems, and Dispensing Systems.
FFS PRO: University
FFS PRO: University, which launched earlier in this year, serves as the industry’s premier training, certification and resource tool for installation professionals. Through this exciting new online and live training and accreditation service, fuel system installers can get trained and certified in the safe installation and maintenance of all Franklin Fueling Systems’ products. Franklin will have the new platform on display along with live demos of the FFS PRO: Site Builder system.
Franklin Fueling Systems, the global leader in Total System Solutions™, is pleased to welcome two new Product Managers.
Tammie Scadden has joined Franklin as a Senior Product Manager for Fuel Management Systems. Tammie will be responsible for developing strategies and managing execution for continued profitable growth in the Fuel Management Systems category. Tammie is an accomplished marketing leader with extensive experience in leading marketing and sales teams. Prior to accepting this position, Tammie was the Senior Marketing Manager at American Girl, a division of Mattel, with responsibility for managing a multi-million-dollar business. She has also worked in different roles of increasing responsibilities at CUNA service group and Demco Inc. Tammie has a BS Marketing degree from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and a MBA from Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin. Tammie commented on her new position “I have always been customer focused in my work and I am thrilled to become a part of the Franklin Fueling Systems team, where prioritizing customers and quality products are key values.”
Nicole Keppy has accepted a position as a Product Manager for Service Station Hardware / Transport Systems. Nicole will be responsible for driving profitable growth in the Service Station Hardware and Transport categories. Nicole’s prior employment was with Thermo Fisher Scientific in Madison as a Product Manager. She has made significant contributions in terms of launching new products and managing product life cycle initiatives in various roles of increasing responsibility in her career with Thermo Fisher. Nicole has a BS Molecular Biology degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MBA in Project Management from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. When asked about the position, Nicole commented "I have significant experience managing product life cycles and I am excited to bring my experience to the Franklin Fueling Systems team."
Franklin Fueling Systems, the global leader in Total System Solutions™ for retail petroleum equipment systems, has announced the launch of FFS PRO: University. This new full-feature platform will serve as the industry’s premier training, certification, and resource tool for installation professionals. Through this exciting new online and live training and accreditation service, fuel system installers can get trained and certified in the safe installation and maintenance of all Franklin Fueling Systems’ products.
FFS PRO: University has been designed with Franklin’s Total System Solutions™ approach and built on a platform that focuses on installer safety at every step. The new platform capitalizes on practical end-to-end installation by functional areas of the petroleum equipment system and installer competence. This provides the installer with a holistic view of how the individual components are designed to work in harmony as a complete system. As a prerequisite for all training, installers are required to take a Fueling System Safety certification course to educate them on potential site dangers and prepare them for work in hazardous environments.
“Franklin continues to introduce ways to deliver safety and protection of human health and the environment, while striving for the lowest total cost of ownership,” said Jay Walsh, Franklin Fueling Systems Executive Vice President. “This is another example of how we are leading the charge for safer installation practices that protect installers and reduce onsite exposure, which in turn provides station owners with reduced installation costs”
FFS PRO: University offers two learning methods to best fit the needs of different companies. The online training capability allows users to choose from a variety of on-demand courses, in a self-paced learning environment. The live Total System Solutions™ Training Workshop option allows an entire company to get trained and certified on all of Franklin’s products with a five-day session hosted by Franklin’s global network of expert Field Service Engineers.
Visit university.ffspro.com and become an accredited fueling system FFS PRO today.
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