Manufacturing Facilities

At Cooper, our manufacturing process is continuously updated to comply with the latest global standards and customer specifications. The production process is constantly monitored to ensure consistency in quality, and we use high-performance machine tools in each phase of the process to achieve the desired surface finish through optimised machining operations.

Our manufacturing plants are equipped with precision casting, machining and honing facilities. All critical machines are imported from renowned global manufacturers such as Junker, WMW, Mori Seiki, Hommelwerke and Nagel.


  • 280 CNC Turning Lathes
  • 12 Horizontal Machining Centres
  • 15 Vertical Machining Centres
  • 4 Horizontal Boring Machines
  • 4 Vertical Boring Machines
  • 9 Honing Machines
  • 6 Grinding Machines (Cylindrical & Centreless)
  • 50 Heavy Duty Turning Lathes
  • 6 Milling Machines
  • 7 Drilling Machines
  • 2 –5 Axis CNC Machines
  • 2 VTL Machines
  • 36 Robots for Machining Lines
  • Gantry cell for CNC Turning Machines


  • High pressure die casting machine
  • Low pressure die casting machine
  • Gravity die casting machine
  • Metal analyser
  • Density Index Machine
  • De-coreing Machine
  • Melting and holding furnace - 3

Cast Iron: Centrifugal Plants

  • 22 Inductotherm Induction Furnaces, ranging from 500 to 2200 kilograms
  • 18 Six-head Carousel Centrifugal Casting Machines
  • 2 Eight-head Carousel Centrifugal Casting Machines
  • 2 Robots for handling Eight-head Centrifugal Casting Machines
  • 10 Single Centrifugal Casting Machines
  • 8 Shot Blasting Machines
  • 7 Stress-relieving Furnaces

Cast Iron: Sand Plants

  • 2 -Inductotherm induction furnaces ranging from 500 kilograms to 3 tons' capacity
  • OMEGA sand mixer -20 & 10 ton/per hour capacity
  • Fast loop, Roll over, Vibrating tables etc.
  • Painting station, Conveyorised assembly and pouring stations
  • Core shooter - shell 5 & cold box 5
  • Sand thermal reclamation unit

All automated lines are equipped with the facility of auto gauging the components and giving feedback to the machine for corrective action in case the part doesn’t conform to the prescribed specifications. The robot picks the element from the machine or intermediate station and puts it on the gauge, the gauge inspects it with the electronic probes & plc-based system for its dimensions. Having the auto gauge in the line has increased the quality and the consistency in the component dimensions, which helps avoid manual interventions, reduces manpower dependency and provides maximum output. The component which doesn’t conform to the specifications is pulled out of the system automatically. This is an entirely unmanned operation.