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SPX Flow - Global Hydraulic Power Tools and Equipment Manufacturer

SPX Flow is a manufacturer and global distributor of hydraulic power and related industrial tools and equipment. Established as the Owatonna Power Tool (OTC) company at the start of the automotive age, SPX Flow first made hand tools to meet the growing needs of new car owners.

Now widely recognized for its iconic Power Team brand, SPX Flow is presently headquartered in Rockford, Illinois, USA. The company has since diversified its product portfolio and now serves other markets, including food and beverage, power generation, oil and gas, chemical processing, mining, and construction. Global sales are evenly distributed through the power and energy, food and beverage, and industrial markets.

SPX Flow now manufactures an expansive catalog of products that range from hydraulic pumps, inflatable jacks, clamping components, separators and heat exchangers, cylinders and valves, homogenizers, to hydraulic accessories. These products are marketed to a global clientele spanning 35 countries where the company has direct operations and another 150 where a network of partners form an extensive distribution network.

SPX Power Team - High-Force Hydraulic Tools and Equipment

The SPX Flow company is now a diversified industrial equipment maker operating in many disparate markets. One of the markets in which the company has a firm stranglehold is the high-force hydraulic tools and equipment space where it’s brand, Power Team is one of the most dominant.

Power Team branded hydraulic tools and equipment are utilized for various industrial processes including bending, lifting, turning, pulling, lowering, pushing, and spreading. Let’s now look at the individual products in the company’s extensive catalog in more detail;

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