Keen Pump Co., Inc.
Keen Pump is headquartered in Ashland, Oh on 35 acres, having 100,000 square feet of manufacturing and warehouse space. Keen Pump is a premier designer and manufacturer of submersible effluent, grinder and solids-handling sewage pumps for the residential, commercial, industrial and municipal markets. The product line follows a proven design for the 1-15HP grinder pumps, and Solids-handling pumps up to 14" discharge (150HP). Most pumps can be configured complete with basin packages engineered and built in our Ashland, Ohio facility. Keen Pump prides itself on full-scale manufacturing of pumps as well as package systems.

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471E State Route 250 East
Ashland, OH 44805
United States
Phone: 419-207-9400, ext. 127
Fax: 419-207-8031

Product Categories

Lift Stations; Pump Stations; Package Lift Systems; Pumps; Storm Water

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