FTI are pleased to announce Ham-Let’s new high-quality industrial hose offering with the introduction of our new Rubber Hose assemblies and components line. The new HAM-LET RHG rubber hose line is designed for: Pneumatic and hydraulic applications Automotive industry Shop
Ham-Let Group’s constant innovation has led to a new extended range of Let-Lok® Alloy 400/R-405 connectors in new metric sizes. Alloy 400/R-405 is a Nickel-Copper, that possesses excellent corrosion resistance, particularly to seawater, steam, salt, and caustic solutions at high
FTI are pleased to announce the NEW Ham-Let range of High Pressure components. Products include medium and high-pressure valves, medium and high-pressure fittings, high-pressure tubes & tooling and accessories for high-pressure gas and fluid system assembling.
FTI are pleased to announce the release of the new TBV – TRUNNION BALL VALVE from Ham-Let. The Trunnion ball valve series provides reliable shut-off and switching function for high-pressure services.
Ham-Let extends range of Alloy C-276 twin ferrule compression fittings to include 6mm, 10mm and 12mm. Alloy C-276 is suitable for a wide range of corrosive environments .
FTI are pleased to announce the New Ham-Let Plug Valves, the PLV Series. The PLV Series offers a manually operated plug valve providing tight shut-off and forward throttling capabilities.
Ham-Let twin ferrule compression fittings ( Let-Lok ) found to require >15% lower tightening torque in ¾” and 1” versions from finger tight to the required 1 1/4 turns than a major competitor.
FTI are exhibiting at the Sensors & Instrumentation Show at the NEC, Birmingham on 26th & 27th September – Stand K19a. We will be exhibiting a range of our products, it would be great to see you if you make a visit
FTI are pleased to announce their partnership with a UK Gas Manufacturer offering a wide range of speciality gases and calibration gases for laboratory use.
FTI are delighted to announce that they have been awarded the contract to supply Agilent Technology products into the UK Southern Territory (basically described as Birmingham down).