Elevator Sump Pump Start-Up Form

Project Name:*

Is your pump new or a replacement?*

Requested Start-Up date (YYYY-MM-DD):

Requested Start-Up time:

Company Name:*

Project Manager:*

Project Manager Email:*

Project Manager Phone Number:*

On-Site Contact:*

On-Site Email:*

On-Site Phone Number:*

Site Address:*



Zip Code:*

Electrical inspection has been completed and documentation is onsite in the pump room.* YesNo

Please note any special parking instructions:

Additional Notes:

STH has allowed 4 hours per pump / basin to perform start-up on the sump pumps. Please designate which system tag pump(s)/basin(s) you want started up.

Can STH start all systems up the same day?

STH requires 10 working days’ notice to schedule a start‐up. STH has allowed 3 hours on-site to perform start‐up on the pump system between 6:30am – 3:30pm, Monday – Friday. Any requests outside of these times / dates will be an additional charge. This form must be completed before anything can be scheduled.

Please note that if STH arrives and the site items listed below are not ready for start-up and STH has to be re-scheduled, then a return visit will require the contractor to provide an additional Purchase Order number for the original Full Start Up amount to be charged as an extra. Any additional work during any start-up event beyond the standard scope will be invoiced at $129 per hour per man plus a $135 Travel Charge (Minimum $522) plus any materials needed.

In addition, if the Start Up is canceled without 24 hours’ notice, you will be invoiced a $500 Cancellation Fee. Delays caused by other trades are your responsibility and do not absolve you of paying the delay and / or Cancellation Fee. Please make your Field Supervisor aware of these requirements and charges so they are ready when we arrive.

The following items must be completed and/or available before STH arrives.

  • Electric Panel/Elevator Circuit Breaker must be able to be locate and Locked Out/Tagged Out in order for STH Personnel to be in the Pit/Vault area
  • If sump system is 3-Phase, the contractor MUST pull the pump(s) and have them sitting above ground so that pump rotation can be verified
  • Correct Electrical power to control panel is connected and operational
  • Eires from Pump & Sensor are pulled to the Controller, Connected and Operational
  • All Discharge pumping is complete and operational
  • Basin is clean and free of debris (Debris in basin will cause pump or sensor damage and will Void Warranty)
  • Contractor to provide water to 75% of basin height in order to run and verify pump and sensor operation

By completing this Elevator Sump Pump Start-Up Form I acknowledge that the system is completely ready to be started up and I have read & accepted all of the above terms & conditions.