NFPA Company Profile: T-Lon Products, Inc.

NFPA Company Profiles for NFPA News

With NFPA membership at an all-time high, publishing a short profile of an NFPA member each week is one way for us to highlight the diversity and strength of our industry. Today’s company is T-Lon Products, Inc.

T-Lon logoT-Lon Products, Inc. is a fabricator and finisher of PTFE and PEEK based seals for fluid power applications. Seals provided by T-Lon Products are sold and distributed worldwide. T-Lon Products, Inc., based in Hartland, Wisconsin, has been family owned and operated for 30 years. They have been NFPA members since 2000 and have attended NFPA conferences, regional meetings and exhibited at IFPE. The community emphasizes employee wellness and is active in their local community. In June of 2014, they hosted an Open House featuring Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and Admiral Dirk Debbink. This event was to highlight an expansion at their facility.

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