Cooper Engine Components
Equipped with a state-of-the-art plant and machinery, we have the technology and expertise to manufacture the entire range of cylinder liners for tractors, jeeps, automobile and stationary industrial applications - according to international standards. We also manufacture LP & HP Cylinders, and supply large volumes of Bainitic liners.
Cooper is among the top three manufacturers of cylinder liners in India and the worldwide source for crankshaft machining for Cummins US. Today, Cooper has the unique distinction of supplying 100% of the export requirements of crankshafts to Cummins India Ltd., for use in Engines for Gensets and Earth-moving Machinery.Apart from Cylinder Liners and crankshafts, our component portfolio consists of Cylinder heads and Cylinder Blocks, Valve Seat Inserts, Flywheels and Pulleys, Crankcase Insert, Aluminium Parts, Pistons, Anti Polishing Ring.
Cooper Corporation was the first company to manufacture diesel engines in India. Cooper Corporation has a technical tie-up with RICARDO, UK, for the design and manufacture of state-of-the-art diesel engines meeting current & forthcoming emission norms. Engines are available in diesel and gas versions in sizes from 1.2 Liter to 6.8 Liter.
Cooper engines are known in the market for their compact size, behttp://expo.ems/AdvertiserEdit/#st in class fuel efficiency and lowest maintenance costs. With their world class design features, Cooper engines have proven their performance in generators supplied in the Domestic and International markets. Engines are being inducted in various other applications like Agriculture, Construction equipment, Marine, Automobiles, Pump, Tractor, and more.
With global competitiveness on the rise, the success of present-day economies hinge largely on economic, dependable and available-on-demand electric power. Consequently, the demand for electrical power is on the rise. Experts anticipate a global consumption in the range of 36 to 82 PWh by the year 2050. In recent years, India's energy consumption has risen at one of the fastest rates in the world. It is a well documented fact however that the availability of electric power has not kept pace with industrial growth.