NA full service provider of mobile and industrial motion control products. We uniquely approach applications by offering hydraulics, pneumatics, electronics or combined technologies to provide the very best solution for our customers' needs. With design and manufacturing capabilities we provide automated test stands, turnkey hydraulic and pneumatic systems, sub-assemblies and components.
WServing Kansas, Nebraska and Western Missouri Innovative Fluid Power West offers motion control solutions to the OEM and the industrial user. Our large staff of technical support and customer service provide the expertise and assistance necessary to exceed your expectations. Whether it’s hydraulic, pneumatic or electronic components we’ll have the product that fits your application the best.
STexas & Oklahoma’s only full service motion control solutions provider, Innovative Fluid Power South offers product in stock, unparalleled technical support, and unmatched service to the region’s oil and gas industry, as well as to the general industrial manufacturing sector.
IOur Vision is to be the Midwest's leading distributor and integrator of high technology products. Growing from our strong roots in fluid power, we are focused on finding solutions to our customer's problems using a balanced approach of the best products.
EWe are a full service fluid power and electronics systems and controls shop located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. At EHA, we have the capability of satisfying all of your fluid power needs, from standard "base-pak" vertical power units and pneumatic systems to full service custom solutions and custom manufactured cylinders.
The IFP Group was in attendance at the IFPE CONEXPO Con/Agg show in Las Vegas last month. Our exhibit provided a location to touch base with many of our suppliers and customers. With a brand new display module system, developed by our EHA Engineering Team, we were able to demonstrate a variety of products in "live" form. Products from Hydac, Barksdale, Kuka, Bosch Rexroth Valves, Bosch Structural Aluminum, and MurrElekrtonik were just some of the items on display. The film media to the left was developed to interact with the Kuka robot within the booth module.