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The UK's Leading Provider of

Sealing, Bearing and Engineered Solutions

For over 35 years FTL Technology has provided Sealing Solutions to a wide range of industrial applications. Our business philosophy revolves around partnerships incorporating honesty, integrity, collaboration and problem solving.

Leakage, friction and wear
Our Sealing Solutions approach concentrates on problems with leakage, friction and wear. We offer design and development for sealing systems with applications where both low friction and leak free smooth operation are paramount.

Technical Expertise and Instant Service
The majority of our sales and logistics teams are qualified engineers with a culture of Technical Expertise and Instant Service. We can offer you expert advice, give credible recommendations then get your products to you, when, how and where you want them.

Engineered Solutions
When you use seals or bearings in your equipment there will always be an alternative. When your requirements change we are there to take your application details and bring back a complete Engineered Solution to meet your specific needs.