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Truck Sample Catchers

Tulsa Oil Thieves are made in three models and in five sizes. The model A is equipped with an aluminum barrel. The Model B is equipped with a brass barrel. These two models of thieves are of riveted construction. The Model C is equipped with a clear barrel and has tie rod construction to hold the barrel. All Tulsa Oil Thieves have the following features: single trip (original with the Tulsa Thief), antifouling flat ball assembly, full opening horizontal closure system with rotating valve, two adjustable springs (one for closing tension and one for tripping tension for more flexible adjustment), side hanger on top casting for hanging thief on hatch or equipment case, and adjustable graduated trip rod (trip rod makes fourth leg for holding thief in upright position as a hydrometer cylinder). Petcocks may be installed at any point on any style oil thief, except near the top or base castings. We are using a new material for the plastic barrels that will not crack if the petcock strikes an object.

Truck Sample Catchers

Used for taking a running sample. Bottle and cord are not included. Specify narrow mouth plastic or glass bottle to the left.

Bottles (Glass and Plastic)

The bottles listed below are stock items. Many other types and sizes of bottles are available. Cases may be broken. We solicit your inquiries. Glass bottles are made of flint glass.

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