- Franklin Electric’s MagForce can provide significant cost savings in power consumption
Did You Know
Franklin Electric has a 6" high efficiency motor system called MagForce™ that can provide significant cost savings in power consumption and typical investment payback of less than two years in long or continuous-run applications?
90% efficiency rating is 10-12% greater than standard induction motor construction. Typical high-duty rate systems can have a payback* of 1 to 2 years.
SIMPLIFIED INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
Three motor sizes cover pump horsepowers ranging from 7.5 to 60. Fewer SKUs simplify your inventory.
SLASH ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION
Since the motor has rare earth magnets, there is less electrical energy loss, which translates into greater power output per dollar spent on power input. This saves operational costs every time the motor is run; the more it is used, the more can be saved.
Capable of a 13.6% horsepower boost achieved by increasing the motor’s shaft speed to a true 60 hertz, 3600 rpm. This allows increased pump output in terms of water volume and total dynamic head pressure without having to pull the system from the well.
Lighter and easier to handle than standard induction motors and, like all submersible motor systems, provides a smaller above ground footprint when compared to line shaft turbines.
A PACKAGED DEAL
When ordered, the motor is shipped with a customized variable frequency drive panel that is preprogrammed for use with a transducer-controlled pump system. This allows simple startup, compatibility with a variety of application types, and is guaranteed to optimize performance and maximize system life. The drive control panel also features real-time monitoring, protection, and customizable application-specific programming software as needed to cover all customer requirements.
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