Let's Be Frank

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

14 episodes of Let's Be Frank since the first episode, which aired on January 7th, 2019.

  • What is variable speed?

    May 12th, 2020  |  Season 2  |  12 mins 42 secs
    fixed speed, franklin fueling, franklin fueling systems, fuel, let's be frank, lets be frank, mag shell, mag vfc, magshell, magvfc, petroleum, stp, submersible, variable speed, vfc

    Have you ever been to a station and it takes forever to fill up your car? You might have slow flow! In this episode, Senior Product Manager, Leon Schuster and I explore the difference between variable and fixed speed submersibles and the most efficient ways to fuel cars faster.

  • Is Corrosion in your Tank?

    March 26th, 2020  |  Season 2  |  16 mins 31 secs
    ccs, corrosion, corrosion control, corrosion control system, corrosion mitigation, franklin fueling, franklin fueling systems, let's be frank, lets be frank, stp

    One system that prevents corrosion in your entire site? New from Franklin Fueling Systems is the complete underground Corrosion Control System. Learn with me as I speak with Leon Schuster, Senior Product Manager, to explain how corrosion happens at your station and what tools are available to mitigate corrosion contributors.

  • P/V Vent with In-Line Vault

    March 3rd, 2020  |  Season 2  |  13 mins 5 secs
    defender series, in-line vault, let's be frank, lets be frank, nicole keppy, p/v, p/v vent, pv, pv vent, tank venting, vault

    Brand new to the industry, the P/V Vent with In-Line Vault changes the game when we think about tank venting. With a grade-level vault to house the Defender Series P/V Vent, Nicole Keppy talks all about why it is safer and more cost effective, along with introducing our new P/V vent itself.

  • Making Our Submersible Pumps Smarter

    February 5th, 2020  |  Season 2  |  13 mins 23 secs
    be frank, evo, lets be frank, loren swalheim, smart controller, stp, submersible turbine pump, tpi, turbine pump interface

    In this episode we discuss how turbine pump interface (TPI) provides additional protection to your pumping system while also maximizing uptime through fuel management capabilities such as clogged intake escalation, pump in water automation, and leveling and priority modes.