Franklin Electric Receives Phase II Enhanced Vapor Recovery Certification

BLUFFTON, Ind., Dec. 27 -- Franklin Electric Co., Inc. (Nasdaq: FELE) announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Franklin Fueling Systems, Inc., received Phase II Enhanced Vapor Recovery (EVR) certification for its TS-EMS/5 series in-station-diagnostic (ISD) system in California. The certification is issued by the California Air Resources Board (CARB).

With the approval of its TS-EMS/5 series ISD system for vapor monitoring and its previously approved Healy System for vapor recovery, Franklin Fueling Systems is a single-source provider of a complete vapor recovery/monitoring system under the California EVR program. The FFS vapor recovery/monitoring system can be used for both new installations and retrofits.

California previously issued regulations that require essentially all
gasoline service stations throughout the state to install new EVR Phase II vapor recovery systems by April 2009 and, in a majority of the stations, an EVR Phase II vapor monitoring system by October 2010.

Franklin Electric is a global leader in the production and marketing of systems and components for the movement of water and automotive fuels. Recognized as a technical leader in its specialties, Franklin serves customers around the world in residential, commercial, agricultural, industrial, municipal, and fueling applications.

SOURCE Franklin Electric Co., Inc.


Thomas J. Strupp for Franklin Electric Co., Inc.

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