Material Handling Lifts
PFlow material handling lifts provide a safe, reliable, and efficient way to move boxes, pallets, and other materials from floor to floor.
Engineered with high-quality components and backed by our decades of experience, PFlow lifts ensure long-lasting performance and deliver an impressive return on investment.
From the DB Series, which can quickly move loads of up to 100 lbs, to the unlimited weight capacity of the F Series, our lifts are designed to streamline material handling processes, reduce labor costs, maximize use of your facility’s footprint, and minimize workplace hazards.
If you require an unlimited number of hourly/daily cycles, consider the M Series 2-Post Mechanical Lift. For applications that don’t require continuous use, the 21 Series 2-Post Hydraulic Lift moves up to 6,000 lbs at a rate of 10 cycles per hour or 100 cycles per day.
PFlow lifts streamline workflows by efficiently transporting goods between levels, significantly reducing manual labor requirements while increasing productivity.
Customized to Your Needs
Find the Material Handling Lift
PFlow material lifts boost efficiency while prioritizing the safety of workers and materials. They offer significant time and cost savings compared to labor-intensive methods of transporting goods between floors.
Use our customization tool below to discover the ideal material lift elevator for your application.
Why Choose PFlow?
PFlow Industries has collaborated extensively with various states over the years to create existing material lift regulations. Decades of substantial investment in research and development have led to multiple material lift and VRC patents.
We boast the industry’s most extensive engineering workforce, which enables us to innovate and pioneer new safety features and breakthroughs.
Over the past few decades, we’ve custom-designed and created over 20,000 material lift elevators and VRCs on a global scale.
“The PFlow VRC is a very important piece of equipment in the Freestone winery, the ideal operational complement for our gravity flow winemaking process.”
– Justin Ennis, Winemaker, JPV Freestone
Frequently Asked Questions
To choose the right material handling lift, consider factors such as load capacity, lift height, lifting speed, load/unload space, and available space in your facility.
Additionally, consider the types of materials you need to transport and any unique requirements specific to your industry.
Regular maintenance is essential for the safe and efficient operation of material-handling lifts. This typically includes routine inspections, lubricating moving parts, and ensuring that all safety features function properly. Actual maintenance requirements will vary depending on the model you select and PFlow provides customers with model-specific preventive maintenance schedules to ensure you have the tools to keep your lift running at peak performance.