About Us


LMB Euroseals Brake And Clutch Components was relocated from Europe to South Africa in 1997 as a part of a family owned and run business which dates back to 1953. In the beginning we used to manufacture various automotive parts and from 1975 started manufacturing heavy diesel engine components, special purpose tool machines and accessories.

In South Africa, LMB Euroseals specialises in manufacturing brake and clutch components and has developed into a recognised brand in the Southern African automotive aftermarket and is now expanding globally.

LMB is dedicated to the production of the very highest quality parts that will not break the bank.
We ensure that you have a great alternative when servicing your vehicle and one that every South African can afford.

We are also dedicated to growing South African manufacturing, aiding in job security and making sure that South Africa can compete on the world stage. Every part we manufacture and export globally helps our citizens and improves our standing as a global player.

Although we are proud of our past, we must look to the future. Newer technologies and materials are constantly being adopted, and LMB Euroseals strives to be one of the first to bring these new technologies, materials and even production methods to the fore so that our products remain the pinnacle of what is possible at the time.  This ensures the best quality while not compromising on the price and ensuring that you are absolutely satisfied with our product.



Quality is a highly important aspect of our production. Our quality and testing department works independently from other departments and has access to a full facility testing laboratory which includes some of the most technologically advanced equipment available at the moment. All of our products meet and exceed the performance requirements of ISO standards 6118, 6119, 4928 and 4930.

LMB Euroseals uses only the best available equipment and basic materials with the correct formulae and strict quality control through manufacturing processes. This is further proven by our constant testing of batch samples of rubber and also subjugating the final product to high (150° C) and low (-43° C) temperature stroking tests as per ISO requirements.