The History of The Oil Well Pumpjack


The Pumpjack

The overground drive for a countering piston in an oil rig, a pumpjack is used to automatically lift oil out of the well if insufficient bottom-hole pressure exists for the liquid to course all the way to the surface. Pumpjacks have been pumping oil for decades, and although some differences of opinion prevail as to the history of the oil well pumpjack, its construction can be approximated to the 1850’s. However, the pumpjack didn’t enter the fray until almost seventy years later.

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The History of Landscaping


The Art Of Landscaping

The landscape design has always been regarded as a sign of modern elegance, becoming more and more prestigious and popular. Undoubtedly, human love of nature remained unchanged for centuries. Nature has always remained an inexhaustible source of the vital forces of the inspiration.…

February 2, 2018

The History of Mechanical Door Locks


A lock is a means that is usually used to secure a drawer, lid or door by preventing access or use. A mechanical lock, on the other hand, is a device that keeps a door locked or closed until there is an activation of a release mechanism.…

January 18, 2018