PFlow Industries, Inc.
Since 1977, PFlow has been solely devoted to the design and manufacturer of vertical reciprocating conveyors (VRC’s) material handling equipment, systems, and specials. As the VRC pioneer, PFlow has led the industry from the start.
414-352-9000
6720 N. Teutonia Avenue Milwaukee, WI, 53209 USA

414-352-9000

6720 N. Teutonia Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53209
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Navigating the rules for VRCs in every state can be a daunting task for new customers or dealers and installers with a project in a new state.

PFlow makes it easy for you – PFlow is recognized as the leading expert on VRC rules and regulations. PFlow is the only VRC manufacturer that not only understands the rules in every state, but actively works directly with state governments to develop and reform VRC rules.

Click on any state to view the state rules on VRCs and contact us if we can help you with your project!

Alabama

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Alabama. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Alabama.

For VRC project assistance in Alabama, please contact PFlow’s Southeast Regional Manager, Ray Fuller: (336) 558-7496 or rayf@pflow.com.

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Alaska

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Alaska. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Alaska.

For VRC project assistance in Alaska, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com.

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Arizona

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Arizona. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Arizona.

Some municipalities in Arizona have special rules on VRCs that may require installer licensing and VRC permits. For VRC project assistance in Arizona, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com.

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Arkansas

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Arkansas. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Arkansas.

For VRC project assistance in Arkansas, please contact PFlow’s Southeast Regional Manager, Ray Fuller: (336) 558-7496 or rayf@pflow.com.

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California

The State of California has special rules on VRCs, codified under California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Division 1, Chapter 4, Subchapter 6, Article 12.5 Vertical or Inclined Reciprocating Conveyors. Permits, testing, and inspections are required.

PFlow includes all equipment special features that are required by California.

California also requires special licensing for VRC installers and mechanics. PFlow maintains a network of qualified and licensed VRC installers and mechanics to serve your needs.

For VRC project assistance in California, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com

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Colorado

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Colorado. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Colorado.

Some municipalities in Colorado have special rules on VRCs that may require installer licensing and VRC permits. For VRC project assistance in Colorado,, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com.

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Connecticut

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Connecticut. However, Connecticut does require special licensing for VRC installers and mechanics. PFlow maintains a network of qualified and licensed VRC installers and mechanics to serve your needs.

For VRC project assistance in Connecticut, please contact PFlow’s Northeast Regional Manager, Fred Volkman: (518) 361-0967 or fredv@pflow.com.

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Delaware

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Delaware. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Delaware.

For VRC project assistance in Delaware, please contact PFlow’s Northeast Regional Manager, Fred Volkman: (518) 361-0967 or fredv@pflow.com.

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Florida

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Florida. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Florida.

Some municipalities in Florida have special rules on VRCs that may require special submittals and VRC permits. For VRC project assistance in Florida, please contact PFlow’s Sales Manager, Eduardo Kuhn: (786) 300-2119 or eduardok@PFlow.com.

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Georgia

VRCs require permits and testing by the State of Georgia. VRC mechanics and installers are required to be licensed by the State of Georgia. PFlow maintains a network of qualified and licensed VRC installers and mechanics to serve your needs.

For VRC project assistance in Georgia, please contact PFlow’s Southeast Regional Manager, Ray Fuller: (336) 558-7496 or rayf@pflow.com.

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Hawaii

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Hawaii. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Hawaii.

For VRC project assistance in Hawaii, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com.

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Idaho

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Idaho. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Idaho.

Some municipalities in Idaho have special rules on VRCs that may require VRC permits. For VRC project assistance in Idaho, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com.

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Illinois

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Illinois. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Illinois.

Some local jurisdictions in Illinois (including City of Chicago and Lake County) have special rules on VRCs that require special equipment features, installer licensing and VRC permits. For VRC project assistance in Illinois, please contact PFlow’s Midwest Regional Manager, Brian Braam: (262) 388-7319 or brianb@pflow.com.

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Indiana

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Indiana. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Indiana.

For VRC project assistance in Indiana, please contact PFlow’s Midwest Regional Manager, Brian Braam: (262) 388-7319 or brianb@pflow.com.

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Iowa

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Iowa. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Iowa.

For VRC project assistance in Iowa, please contact PFlow’s Midwest Regional Manager, Brian Braam: (262) 388-7319 or brianb@pflow.com.

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Kansas

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Kansas. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Kansas.

For VRC project assistance in Kansas, please contact PFlow’s Midwest Regional Manager, Brian Braam: (262) 388-7319 or brianb@pflow.com.

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Kentucky

VRCs require permits and testing by the State of Kentucky. VRC mechanics and installers are required to be licensed by the State of Kentucky. PFlow maintains a network of qualified and licensed VRC installers and mechanics to serve your needs.

For VRC project assistance in Kentucky, please contact PFlow’s Midwest Regional Manager, Brian Braam: (262) 388-7319 or brianb@pflow.com.

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Louisiana

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Louisiana. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Louisiana.

For VRC project assistance in Louisiana, please contact PFlow’s Southeast Regional Manager, Ray Fuller: (336) 558-7496 or rayf@pflow.com.

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Maine

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Maine. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Maine.

For VRC project assistance in Maine, please contact PFlow’s Northeast Regional Manager, Fred Volkman: (518) 361-0967 or fredv@pflow.com.

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Maryland

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Maryland. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Maryland.

For VRC project assistance in Maryland, please contact PFlow’s Northeast Regional Manager, Fred Volkman: (518) 361-0967 or fredv@pflow.com.

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Massachusetts

The State of Massachusetts has special rules on VRCs, codified under the Massachusetts Code of Regulations, 524 CMR 32.00 Vertical Reciprocating Conveyors. Permits, testing, and inspections are required.

PFlow includes all equipment special features that are required by Massachusetts.

Massachusetts also require special licensing for VRC installers and mechanics. PFlow maintains a network of qualified and licensed VRC installers and mechanics to serve your needs.

For VRC project assistance in Massachusetts, please contact PFlow’s Northeast Regional Manager, Fred Volkman: (518) 361-0967 or fredv@pflow.com.

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Michigan

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Michigan. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Michigan.

For VRC project assistance in Michigan, please contact PFlow’s Midwest Regional Manager, Brian Braam: (262) 388-7319 or brianb@pflow.com.

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Minnesota

VRCs require permits and testing by the State of Minnesota. VRC mechanics and installers are required to be licensed by the State of Minnesota. PFlow maintains a network of qualified and licensed VRC installers and mechanics to serve your needs.

For VRC project assistance in Minnesota, please contact PFlow’s Midwest Regional Manager, Brian Braam: (262) 388-7319 or brianb@pflow.com.

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Mississippi

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Mississippi. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Mississippi.

For VRC project assistance in Mississippi, please contact PFlow’s Southeast Regional Manager, Ray Fuller: (336) 558-7496 or rayf@pflow.com.

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Missouri

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Missouri. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Missouri.

Some municipalities in Missouri have special rules on VRCs that may require installer licensing and VRC permits. For VRC project assistance in Missouri, please contact PFlow’s Midwest Regional Manager, Brian Braam: (262) 388-7319 or brianb@pflow.com.

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Montana

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Montana. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Montana.

For VRC project assistance in Montana, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com.

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Nebraska

VRCs require permits and testing by the State of Nebraska. VRC mechanics and installers are required to be licensed by the State of Nebraska. PFlow maintains a network of qualified and licensed VRC installers and mechanics to serve your needs.

For VRC project assistance in Nebraska, please contact PFlow’s Midwest Regional Manager, Brian Braam: (262) 388-7319 or brianb@pflow.com.

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New Hampshire

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of New Hampshire. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of New Hampshire.

For VRC project assistance in New Hampshire, please contact PFlow’s Northeast Regional Manager, Fred Volkman: (518) 361-0967 or fredv@pflow.com.

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New Jersey

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of New Jersey. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of New Jersey.

Some municipalities in New Jersey have special rules on VRCs that may require special submittals, permits, and testing for VRCs. For VRC project assistance in New Jersey, please contact PFlow’s Northeast Regional Manager, Fred Volkman: (518) 361-0967 or fredv@pflow.com.

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New Mexico

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of New Mexico. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of New Mexico.

For VRC project assistance in New Mexico, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com.

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New York

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of New York. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of York.

New York City has special rules on VRCs, codified under the New York City Building Code, Chapter K2. Permits, testing, and inspections are required.

PFlow includes all equipment special features that are required by the City of New York.

For VRC project assistance in New York, please contact PFlow’s Northeast Regional Manager, Fred Volkman: (518) 361-0967 or fredv@pflow.com.

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North Carolina

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of North Carolina. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of North Carolina.

For VRC project assistance in North Carolina, please contact PFlow’s Southeast Regional Manager, Ray Fuller: (336) 558-7496 or rayf@pflow.com.

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North Dakota

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of North Dakota. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of North Dakota.

For VRC project assistance in North Dakota, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com.

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Ohio

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Ohio. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Ohio.

For VRC project assistance in Ohio, please contact PFlow’s Midwest Regional Manager, Brian Braam: (262) 388-7319 or brianb@pflow.com.

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Oklahoma

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Oklahoma. However, Oklahoma does require special licensing for VRC installers and mechanics. PFlow maintains a network of qualified and licensed VRC installers and mechanics to serve your needs.

For VRC project assistance in Oklahoma, please contact PFlow’s Southeast Regional Manager, Ray Fuller: (336) 558-7496 or rayf@pflow.com.

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Oregon

The State of Oregon has special rules on VRCs, codified under the Oregon Specialty Lift Code. Permits, testing, and inspections are required.

PFlow includes all equipment special features that are required by Oregon.

Oregon also requires special licensing for VRC installers and mechanics. PFlow maintains a network of qualified and licensed VRC installers and mechanics to serve your needs.

For VRC project assistance in Oregon, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com.

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Pennsylvania

VRCs require permits, testing, and inspections in the State of Pennsylvania. PFlow includes all equipment special features that are required by the state of Pennsylvania.

VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Pennsylvania.

For VRC project assistance in Pennsylvania, please contact PFlow’s Northeast Regional Manager, Fred Volkman: (518) 361-0967 or fredv@pflow.com.

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Rhode Island

VRCs require permits and testing by the State of Rhode Island. VRC mechanics and installers are required to be licensed by the State of Rhode Island. PFlow maintains a network of qualified and licensed VRC installers and mechanics to serve your needs.

For VRC project assistance in Rhode Island, please contact PFlow’s Northeast Regional Manager, Fred Volkman: (518) 361-0967 or fredv@pflow.com.

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South Carolina

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of South Carolina. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of South Carolina.

For VRC project assistance in South Carolina, please contact PFlow’s Southeast Regional Manager, Ray Fuller: (336) 558-7496 or rayf@pflow.com.

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South Dakota

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of South Dakota. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of South Dakota.

For VRC project assistance in South Dakota, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com.

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Tennessee

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Tennessee. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Tennessee.

For VRC project assistance in Tennessee, please contact PFlow’s Southeast Regional Manager, Ray Fuller: (336) 558-7496 or rayf@pflow.com.

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Texas

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Texas. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Texas.

For VRC project assistance in Texas, please contact PFlow’s Southeast Regional Manager, Ray Fuller: (336) 558-7496 or rayf@pflow.com.

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Utah

VRCs require permits, testing, and inspections in the State of Utah.

VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Utah.

For VRC project assistance in Utah, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com.

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Vermont

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Vermont. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Vermont.

For VRC project assistance in Vermont, please contact PFlow’s Northeast Regional Manager, Fred Volkman: (518) 361-0967 or fredv@pflow.com.

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Virginia

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Virginia. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Virginia.

Some municipalities in Virginia have special rules on VRCs that may require installer licensing and VRC permits. For VRC project assistance in Virginia, please contact PFlow’s Southeast Regional Manager, Ray Fuller: (336) 558-7496 or rayf@pflow.com.

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Washington

The State of Washington has special rules on VRCs, codified under the Washington Administrative Code, Chapter 296-96, Part C1. Permits, testing, and inspections are required.

PFlow includes all equipment special features that are required by Washington.

Washington also require special licensing for VRC installers and mechanics. PFlow maintains a network of qualified and licensed VRC installers and mechanics to serve your needs.

For VRC project assistance in Washington, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com.

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Washington D.C.

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the District of Columbia. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the District of Columbia.

Please contact Fred Volkman at PFlow for help on your VRC project in Washington D.C. – PH: (414) 352-9000, email fredv@pflow.com

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West Virginia

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of West Virginia. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of West Virginia.

For VRC project assistance in West Virginia, please contact PFlow’s Southeast Regional Manager, Ray Fuller: (336) 558-7496 or rayf@pflow.com.

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Wisconsin

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Wisconsin. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Wisconsin.

For VRC project assistance in Wisconsin, please contact PFlow’s Midwest Regional Manager, Brian Braam: (262) 388-7319 or brianb@pflow.com.

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Wyoming

VRCs do not require permits nor testing by the State of Wyoming. VRC mechanics and installers are not required to be licensed by the State of Wyoming.

For VRC project assistance in Wyoming, please contact PFlow’s Western Regional Manager, Nick Quartuccio: (414) 333-2887 or nickq@pflow.com.

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