Parmac L.L.C.
Manufacturer of HYDROMATIC® Brakes
e-mail address-- hydromatic@parmacbrake.com Phone--620-251-5000 FAX--620-251-0225
P.O. Box 1149, 201 East 12th Street, Coffeyville, Kansas 67337 U.S.A.
 

PARMAC MAIN OFFICE & MANUFACTURING PLANT

201 EAST 12th STREET, COFFEYVILLE, KANSAS 67337

TELEPHONE: 620-251-5000 FAX: 620-251-0225

 

                             President--------------Derrick Morris    dmorris@parmacbrake.com 

                             Controller------------- R.L. Shadwick   techsupport@parmacbrake.com

                             Chief Engineer------ Steve Braschler   hydromatic@parmacbrake.com

                             Sales------------------ Greg Doty     hydromatic@parmacbrake.com

Call Forwarding Locations

Calls are Forwarded, from the following local area numbers, toll free, to Parmac at Coffeyville, Ks, 

Odessa, Texas

 915-332-6433

Houston, Texas

  713-956-7400

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

405-634-1417

                                       SALES REPRESENTATIVES

Hobbs, New Mexico

Watson Truck & Supply

1501 North Grimes

Hobbs, NM   88241

1-800-992-8766

Canada

Harco Dev. Ltd

51520 Range Road 214

Sherwood Park

Alberta, T8E 1H2 Canada

1-780-922-3604

Parmac L.L.C started in 1916 as The O.C.S. Manufacturing Co., a manufacturer of a complete line of oil field equipment. In 1942, the Company was purchased by Parkersburg-Aetna Corp., Parkersburg, West Virginia and then became Parkersburg Rig and Reel Co. The parent company, Parkersburg in West Virginia conceived the idea of using a water brake as an auxiliary brake for rotary drilling rigs in 1929. The water brakes were trademarked in 1933 as Hydromatic® brakes and produced and sold in West Virginia until 1958.

In 1958, the Hydromatic® brake product line was transferred to Parkersburg Rig and Reel in Coffeyville, Kansas. The Coffeyville plant mainly manufactured oilfield pumping units, bolted tanks and Hydromatic® brakes until 1966. In 1966, Parkersburg Rig and Reel ceased manufacturing oilfield pumping units and bolted tanks and became Parmac, Inc., a subsidiary of Maloney Crawford Tank Corp.

From 1966 to 1997, the Company concentrated on improving and expanding the Hydromatic® brake product line and manufacturing repair parts for oilfield pumping units. In 1997 the company name was changed from Parmac Inc. to Parmac L.L.C.

 In 1997, the OCS and Parkersburg oilfield pumping unit product lines were sold to H & S Equipment Co., Midland, Texas.  In 2006 the Parkersburg pumping unit product was purchased by Tim Nelson Pumping  Unit Service,  Midland, Texas, Office Phone ( 432-563-2446) 

 

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