The WellMark Company

Established in 1982 and principally serving the oil and gas production industry, WellMark today produces a broad range of liquid and pneumatic controls and valves.WellMark continues to lead the way with green alternatives to help producers meet their EPA Natural Gas STAR Program emission-reduction goals. They are the exclusive licensed manufacturer of the MIZER® Pilot Valve, a device which painlessly converts many high-bleed pneumatic controllers to low-bleed. Other environmentally-conscious products include Solar-powered Chemical Injection Pumps and Mechanical Dump Valves and Controls.

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