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operational Efficiency

Keep your legacy equipment running while reducing your carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions with Cooper’s engine and compressor upgrade products.
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Operational efficiency

The most important strategy for keeping your legacy engines and compressors in place while reducing your carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions is to get your equipment operating at peak operational efficiency. A well-maintained engine will perform to its fullest potential and deliver the best fuel efficiency – using less fuel to get the same horsepower. A more fuel-efficient engine will, in turn, lead to a lower release of CO2 and other pollutants like NOx, CO and HC.

These services from Cooper help make sure your engine and compressor are always reaching their full potential.

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Helping Our Customers with their journey

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.