Active Air Eliminator
FE Petro™ brand STPs come standard with active air elimination, which eliminates air through the highest point in the pump head at all times when the pump is running, assuring air does not pass into discharge piping.
Safety and Ease of Maintenance
FE Petro™ brand STPs include a contractor electrical disconnect, which requires loosening only one bolt, allowing motor wiring to be disconnected without venting the dangerous tank vapors into the sump when servicing FE Petro™ submersible products.
Manual Pressure Relief
As a standard FE Petro™ feature a vent screw is provided to bleed line pressure to zero when necessary. By turning this screw, product is diverted back to the tank, dropping line pressure to zero. This reduces fuel discharged into the sump manhole or dispenser pan during servicing, further protecting service technicians and the environment.
If ever required, the pump can be easily removed from the tank by unthreading three bolts. There is no need to disconnect the syphon system or to remove the leak detector from the system to service the STP.
The VL2 pump fits 94% of all known tank diameters and tank bury depth combinations. The VL1 and VL3 are available to handle installations shorter or longer than this range. The telescoping connection is a patented FE Petro feature. Pump length can be set by making one simple measurement and setting the pump length without affecting the UL listing.
Reliable Check Valve
The STP uses the proven FE Petro™ line check valve. At 2 ¾” in diameter, this valve reduces pressure loss at high flow rates resulting in faster fueling times. FE Petro™ line check valves are offered in multiple configurations to best suit your line leak application.
Outlast, Outperform with Franklin Electric Inside
FE Petro™ STPs are powered by the legendary Franklin Electric motor and built for long term performance. Franklin Electric-powered submersible pumps provide maximum uptime and a proven track record in the fueling industry that spans more than four decades. They feature best-in-class flow rates and a long history of dependability.