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General Contact & Support

For general questions about Cooper’s products and services, please contact us today. 

Contact Information

Telephone:    +1 713-354-1900
Support:     +1-844-RECIP-43

Corporate Headquarters Address

Cooper Machinery Services
16250 Port Northwest Drive
Houston, TX 77041

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Technical Support

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Our dedicated technical team gives customers throughout the world a single source for the technical support and troubleshooting expertise needed in today’s fast paced engine and compressor market. ASK COOPER is a self-service portal you can use to request technical help, spare parts assistance, and to report any nonconformities with your equipment. 

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Six Cooper centers of excellence provide in-depth expertise, capabilities, and parts inventory for our key product lines.

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NEW HYDROGEN TEST ALERT

COOPER EXPANDS USE OF HYDROGEN FUEL IN AN INTEGRAL ENGINE, TOPPING 30% BY VOLUME

In March 2022, Cooper Machinery Services (Cooper) successfully tested a slow-speed integral engine running on a hydrogen (H2) fuel blend (95% natural gas and 5% hydrogen by volume). This month, Cooper greatly exceeded industry expectations by successfully testing the same engine with a fuel blend of 30% H2 by volume, achieving significant reductions in CO, CO2, THC, and methane emissions.

CleanBurn Plus™ two-stroke AJAX® 2802

Cooper Awarded Enterprise R-3 Engine-Generator Project by the United States Space Force

Houston, TX, September 12, 2022 –(PR.com)– Cooper Machinery Services (Cooper), LLC, a portfolio company of Arcline Investment Management, has been awarded a contract by the United States Space Force (U.S.S.F.) to overhaul two of the six backup Enterprise R3 engine-generator sets stationed inside the Cheyenne Mountain Space Force Station in Colorado.