Multiquip ST2037 2" Submersible Pump
Multiquip ST2037 2 inch Submersible Pump
Multiquip's lightweight, compact submersible pumps are the first choice for household dewatering applications such as basements and swimming pools.
Questions & Answers
What is wattage requirements of a generator to run this?
by Mike brown 12/19/2019 4:44:44 am
All ST2037 submersible pumps require 115 V, 60 Hz., single-phase power for normal operation. Since Watts = Volts x Amps, you would need a ~3000 Watt generator to continuously run this pump.
Does this pump turn off when the water level reaches a certain level?
by Javier 2/17/2020 10:16:18 pm
You would also need to purchase a float switch for an automatic shutoff option when the water reaches a certain level.
There is a standard thermal protection overload device installed to shut down the pump in the event of high operating temperatures.
how long is the cord that comes with this pump?
by Don Hull 5/13/2020 8:01:57 am
The cable length on this pump is 25 feet.
If water gets inside the wiring, how can you dry it out? Will it run intermittently if this happens?
by Rick 5/22/2020 3:44:35 pm
Use multimeter to check motor insulation. Insulation resistance must be approximately 15 megaohms. If resistance is low, disassemble pump motor and bake windings to dry them. Refrain from running until windings are dry.
What is the horsepower and full load amperage rating for this pump. Do you have a pump curve or can you tell me how many gallons per minute will the pump pump at 20 ft of head.
by Tom 6/9/2020 6:24:48 pm
This pump will move up to 73 gallons a minute at a maximum head of 37 feet. The motor is a 1 hp electric at 6.9 running amperage.
Ratings & Reviews
by Donald Checkan
Very good service and good product