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Fisher Governor Company 1951 vintage oil catalog oilfield controllers

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<p>Original 1951 Oil and Gas trade vintage catalog for the&nbsp;<b><span style="font-size: 14px;">FISHER GOVERNOR COMPANY.</span></b>&nbsp;Main office and plant was located at 1213 Fisher Building, Marshalltown, IA.</p><p> Manufacturers of Oilfield Automatic Controllers.</p><p> Products include Pilot Operated Pressure Regulators, Diaphragm Control Valves, Pilot Operated Pressure Regulators, Multi-Purpose Gas Pressure Regulator, Low Pressure Sensitive Gas Pressure Balanced Regulator, Time Cycle Intermitters, Liquid Level Controllers, Displacement Type Level-Trol, Lever Operated Control Valves, Field Gas Back Pressure Regulators and Gas Regulators are all featured. </p><p>Has numerous product images, description and applications provide product details.<br></p><p> Unbound from a large 1951-1952 Catalog of Oil Field Equipment, this unique old two-page technical brochure would display beautifully matted and framed. Nice graphics. A fabulous addition to your retro petroleum industry library.&nbsp;Pages are loose. </p>
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