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McClinton Tool Company 1950 vintage oil catalog oilfield equipment

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<p>Original 1950 Oil and Gas trade vintage catalog for the&nbsp;<b><span style="font-size: 14px;">McCLINTON TOOL COMPANY</span></b>. Manufactured and Distributed by <b>OILFIELD MACHINE AND SUPPLY COMPANY</b>. Main office and plant was located at 6418 Esperson Street, Houston, TX.</p><p> Manufacturers of Oilfield Drilling Equipment. </p><p> Products include McClinton Screw Type Key Seat Tools.&nbsp;</p><p>The&nbsp;McClinton Screw Type Key Seat Tool was designed specifically to prevent sticking drill collars in key seats when pulling out of the hole. Key seat fishing jobs have proved to be expensive and in some cases result in total loss of drill collars. This design also protects the drill pipe joint from abnormal strain which might result in a twist-off or bent bottom drill joint.</p><p> Has product image, illustration, description, application, design details and specifications provide extensive product details. </p><p> Unbound from a large 1949-1950 Catalog of Oil Field Equipment, this unique old one-page technical specifications brochure would display beautifully matted and framed. Nice graphics. A fabulous addition to your retro petroleum industry library.</p>
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