New VR SpecPAK Delivers Reliable Pressure Boosting For Commercial And Industrial Applications

Feb. 5, 2021

Franklin Electric Co., Inc. announced the launch of the VR SpecPAK Pressure Boosting System.

Franklin Electric Co., Inc. announced the launch of the VR SpecPAK Pressure Boosting System, a new pump and drive package.

This combines the benefits of its VR Series Vertical Multi-Stage Pumps with TEFC motors and variable frequency drives specifically designed for pump applications, reported the Franklin Electric Co. press release.

The new package offers comprehensive compatibility across system components as well as easy set-up and maintenance. Since the main components are engineered by Franklin Electric, they are designed to work together with built-in protection to keep the motor and pump operating smoothly.

Users can also easily configure the VR SpecPAK to comply with pressure boosting needs in most commercial, industrial, or multi-residential applications for constant-pressure operation with several available options according to flow needs, control enclosures, interfaces (Touchscreen HMI/PLC) and additional communication ports.

“In designing the VR SpecPAK Pressure Boosting System, we strove to engineer a solution that was easy to setup, operate and maintain, with intuitive operation and readily available parts,” said Filiberto Zazueta, product manager in the press release. “For example, the color touchscreen and user interface assure an intuitive experience with minimal programming needed for adapting or changing application requirements. Users can also access Franklin Electric supported apps to receive alerts and provide support directly from a mobile device.”

Customers can easily size, configure and quote the VR SpecPAK in one day using the FE Select online tool, reported the press release. It navigates users through specific search criteria and generates draft submittal documents that include technical information for all components, including dimensional drawings, electrical diagrams, data sheets, curves and more.

To learn more, and see all of the components of the new VR SpecPAK, click here.