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.
6720 N. Teutonia Avenue Milwaukee, WI, 53209 USA


6720 North Teutonia Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53209
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Hydraulic Lifts 101: Pros and Cons

One of the greatest inventions of the 19th century has to be the elevator. Today, you would be hard-pressed to find a multi-level building without one. And for good reason: Imagine climbing to the top floor of a skyscraper without one. Or hauling freight up buildings...

How to Choose The Best Car Lift

Owning your own car lift can be immensely helpful. Whether you’re working at home or in a commercial setting, having a car lift can save you a lot of pain and discomfort. But with so many types of car lifts available, how do you choose the right one? Keep...

4 Key Benefits of Using a Pallet Jack

Handling material can be a very tedious and tiring process. From moving products on and off trucks, to storing them in a warehouse, it takes a lot of energy. But work can go a lot quicker if you have the right equipment to help you out—and pallet jack is one of the...

5 Tips to Choosing Material Handling Equipment

You may have heard the phrase, “There’s a tool for every job.” Well, that saying holds true for heavy material handling equipment too. Using the right tools can increase productivity, save you money, and improve your efficiency. But you may be...

Understanding the Benefits of Using Scissor Lifts

When it comes to handling material, using the right equipment can make a whole world of difference between efficiency and disaster. Vertical lifts are economical and versatile. Plus, they offer a unique range of functionalities over similar instruments. Check out the...

3 Tips for Maintaining Your Freight Lift

A freight lift is essential to your business’ daily operations. Unless you’re the newest strongman, few people can transport the kind of weight these lifts carry. Which is why having yours go down for a day would not only cost you time and money, it could...