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Petroleum Specialty Company 1951 vintage oil catalog oilfield scrapers

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<p>Original 1951 Oil and Gas trade vintage catalog for the&nbsp;<b><span style="font-size: 14px;">PETROLEUM SPECIALTY COMPANY.</span></b>&nbsp;Main office was located in Pampa, TX. The plants were located in Pampa, TX, Sundown, TX and Oklahoma City, OK.</p><p> Manufacturers of Oilfield Equipment.</p><p> </p><p>Eliminate Paraffin Accumulation in the Tubing Wells with CRALL Spiral Paraffin Scrapers.</p><p>A practical and more economical method of eliminating paraffin accumulation in the tubing of pumping wells has been developed and proven by the Petroleum Specialty Company with headquarters in Pampa, Texas.&nbsp; The merits of the equipment have been proven by thecompanies for the past four years. Millions of feet of scrapered rods distributed through thousands of wells are in operation.&nbsp;</p><p>Has product image, illustration, description, application, operations and specifications provide product details.<br></p><p> Unbound from a large 1951-1952 Catalog of Oil Field Equipment, this unique old one-page technical brochure would display beautifully matted and framed. Nice graphics. A fabulous addition to your retro petroleum industry library.&nbsp;</p>
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