Parts Manual
823066
05/10/2011
116 & 136 Series
Die Grinders
XXX
G
L
X
X
-
XXX
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C
XX
-
K
Tool Series
116
136
Tool Type
G = Grinder
Throttle Type
L = Lever
Exhaust Type
F = Front
R = Rear
S = Side
Generation
---- = Concept
B = Second
Speed Options (RPM)
180 = 18,000
240 = 24,000
200 = 20,000
250 = 25,000
Wheel Type
C = Collet
Termination Codes
3 = 3/16"
4 = 1/4"
5 = 5/16"
6 = 3/8"
6M = 6mm
Options
K = Kit
For additional product information visit our website at http://www.apextoolgroup.com
Safety Recommendations
For your safety and the safety of others, read and understand the
safety recommendations before operating any grinder.
loads and stresses on the tool parts and may result in breakage.
Installation of a filter-regulator-lubricator in the air supply line is
highly recommended.
Always wear protective equipment and clothing.
Personal hearing protection is
recommended when operating
or working near this tool.
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CAUTION
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WARNING
!
OVER
Repetitive work motions and/or vibration
can cause injury to hands and arms.
Use minimum hand grip force consistent with
proper control and safe operation.
Keep body and hands warm and dry.
Avoid anything that inhibits blood circulation.
Avoid continuous vibration exposure.
Keep wrists straight.
Avoid repeated bending of wrists and hands.
Hearing protection is recommended in high noise
areas (above 85 dBA). Close proximity of other
tools, reflective surfaces, process noises, and
resonant structures can substantially contribute
to the sound level experienced by the user.
CAUTION
Do not remove this tag until
the operator of this tool has
read these safety precautions.
202101
WARNING TAG
Personal hearing protection is
recommended when operating
or working near this tool.
6
Cleco grinders are designed to operate on 90 psig (6.2 bar) max.
air pressure. If the tool is properly sized and applied, higher air
pressure is unnecessary. Excessive air pressure increases the
5
Grinding or other use of this tool may produce hazardous fumes
and/or dust. To avoid adverse health effects utilize adequate ventilation and/or a respirator. Respirators should be selected, fitted,
used and maintained in accordance with Occupational Safety and
Health Administration and other applicable regulations. Read the
material safety data sheet on any materials involved in the grinding
process.
CAUTION
Wear respirator where
necessary.
MODEL
SERIAL NO.
WARNING
Cleco
!
3
• Do not wear loose fitting clothing, or clothing that may
restrict movement, become entangled or in any way
interfere with the safe operation of the grinder.
2
• Gloves and other protective clothing should be worn as
required, unless they create a greater hazard.
1
Hearing protection is recommended in high noise areas (above 85
dBA). Close proximity of additional tools, reflective surfaces, process noises, and resonant structures can substantially contribute to
the sound level experienced by the operator. Proper hearing conservation measures, including annual audiograms and training in the
use and fit of hearing protection devices may be necessary. For
additional information on hearing protection, refer to Federal OSHA
Regulations, 29 CFR, Section 1910.95, Occupational Noise Exposure, and American National Standards Institute, ANSI S12.6,
Hearing Protectors.
TACHOMETER
WARNING
CAUTION
!
!
The speed rating and warning information on the tool should be
maintained or replaced for legibility in the event of damage. Before
installing any accessory (mounted wheels, carbide burrs, etc.), after
all tool repairs, and whenever a grinder is issued for use, check the
free speed of the tool with a tachometer to make sure actual free
speed at 90 psig does not exceed rated free speed stamped on tool.
Grinders in use on the job must be checked at least once every 20
hours of operation, or once a week, whichever is most frequent.
!
Caution: Faceshields do not provide unlimited protection against
flying particles and are not to be considered as eye protection. ANSI
Z87.1 states that separate eyewear shall be used. For additional
information on eye protection, refer to Federal OSHA Regulations,
29 CFR, Section 1910.133, Eye and Face Protection, and ANSI
Z87.1, Occupational and Educational Eye and Face Protection. This
standard is available from the American National Standards Institute, Inc., 11 West 42nd street, New York, NY 10036.
Impact resistant eye protection
must be worn while operating
or working near this tool.
Impact resistant eye protection
must be worn while operating
or working near this tool.
Read Operating Instructions carefully. Follow
the Safety Recommendations for your safety
and the safety of others.
WARNING
4
!
Before the tool is connected to air supply, check throttle for proper
operation, i.e., throttle moves freely and returns to closed position.
Being careful not to endanger adjacent personnel, clear air hose of
accumulated dust and moisture. Use protective barriers where
necessary — hot sparks can burn. Barriers also help reduce noise
levels. Before removing tool from service or changing accessories,
make sure air line is shut off and drained of air. This will prevent tool
from operating if throttle is accidently engaged. Do not use tool to
drain residual air from air line, instead use of a self-relieving valve
located near tool is highly recommended.
INSPECT THE MOUNTED WHEEL OR CARBIDE BURR
Fragments from a mounted wheel or
carbide burr that breaks or comes apart
!
while rotating can cause serious injury
or even death. Inspect mounted wheel or accessory. Check the
maximum safe RPM marked on the accessory or package. Never
use an accessory rated at or below actual tool speed. Cracked,
dropped, faulty, or bent accessories are dangerous. Suspect
accessories should not be used and should be disposed of. Look
for cracks, chips, water stains, or signs of abuse or improper
storage. Causes of accessory failures have been traced to such
factors as:
WARNING
• Dropping, bumping, or abuse (careless handling of the
grinder)
• Improper mounting
• Imbalance
• Improper shipment or storage, or age
• Mismatched speed ratings
• Exposure to water, solvents, high humidity, freezing, and
extreme temperatures
Accessories known to have been subjected to any of the conditions above can burst violently and should be destroyed rather
than risk their use by someone who may not notice that they are
damaged.
Safety Recommendations
ACCESSORY MOUNTING
The collet should be checked to assure it is in good operating
condition and is secure to the tool. Accessories should be inserted
to full depth of the collet. Avoid excessive overhang that can result
in vibration, or a bent spindle if excessive down force is used.
Possible loss or ejection of accessory can result.
Collet equipped 116/136 grinders are
intended for use with small carbide burrs
!
and mounted wheels only. Do not use
these tools for Type 1 wheel grinding. If your application calls for a
Type 1 wheel, consult your Cleco representative for a wheel grinder
equipped with the proper wheel guard.
WARNING
BEGINNING GRINDING OPERATION
Before using or after mounting an accessory, tool must be run for
one minute in a protected enclosure to check the integrity of the
accessory. During this time or any other time, no one should stand
in front or in line of the accessory. When starting work with a cold
wheel, apply it gradually to the workpiece until it becomes warm. Do
not continue to use a grinder if:
• The speed rating of the accessory is less than the speed
of the grinder
• It starts to vibrate
• You sense changes in tool speed or an unusual increase
in noise that would indicate tool is running at excessive
speed
• You notice excessive end play in spindle
• You hear any unusual sound from grinder
RETURN THE TOOL TO THE TOOL CRIB FOR SERVICE IMMEDIATELY!
Some individuals may be
susceptible to disorders
Repetitive work motions and/or vibration
of the hands and arms
may cause injury to hands and arms.
when performing tasks
Use minimum hand grip force consistent
with proper control and safe operation.
consisting of highly repetiKeep body and hands warm and dry.
tive motions and/or expoAvoid anything that inhibits blood circulation.
Avoid continuous vibration exposure.
sure to extended vibraKeep wrists straight.
tion. Cumulative trauma
Avoid repeated bending of wrists and hands.
disorders such as carpal
tunnel syndrome and tendonitis may be caused or aggravated by
repetitious, forceful exertions of the hands and arms. Vibration may
contribute to a condition called Raynaud's Syndrome. These disorders develop gradually over periods of weeks, months, and years.
It is presently unknown to what extent exposure to vibrations or
repetitive motions may contribute to the disorders. Hereditary
factors, vasculatory or circulatory problems, exposure to cold and
dampness, diet, smoking and work practices are thought to contribute to the conditions.
!
the shoulders, arms, wrists, or fingers is advised to consult a
physician. If it is determined that the symptoms are job related or
aggravated by movements and postures dictated by the job design,
it may be necessary for the employer to take steps to prevent further
occurrences. These steps might include, but are not limited to,
repositioning the workpiece or redesigning the workstation, reassigning workers to other jobs, rotating jobs, changing work pace,
and/or changing the type of tool used so as to minimize stress on
the operator. Some tasks may require more than one type of tool to
obtain the optimum operator/tool/task relationship.
The proper selection of the correct type of grinder is an important
ergonomic consideration. Each application should be carefully
considered and the tool chosen that will minimize the stresses on
the operator that can lead to the onset of cumulative trauma
disorders. Some tasks require more than one type of tool to obtain
the optimum operator/tool/task relationship. Cleco has a complete
selection of tools including vertical, straight, angle, and extended
grinders that make possible the correct ergonomic match of the
operator, tool, and task.
The following suggestions will help reduce or moderate the effects
of repetitive work motions and/or extended vibration exposure:
• Use a minimum hand grip force consistent with proper
control and safe operation
• Keep body and hands warm and dry (cold weather is
reported to be a major factor contributing to Raynaud's
Syndrome)
• Avoid anything that inhibits blood circulation
—Smoking Tobacco (another contributing factor)
—Cold Temperatures
—Certain Drugs
Avoid
OK
Avoid
Avoid
OK
Avoid
Neutral
Ulnar Deviation
WARNING
Any tool operators should be aware of the following warning signs
and symptoms so that a problem can be addressed before it
becomes a debilitating injury. Any user suffering prolonged symptoms of tingling, numbness, blanching of fingers, clumsiness or
weakened grip, nocturnal pain in the hand, or any other disorder of
Extension
Neutral
Flexion
Radial Deviation
• Tasks should be performed in such a manner that the
wrists are maintained in a neutral position, which is not
flexed, hyperextended, or turned side to side
• Stressful postures should be avoided — select a tool
appropriate for the job and work location
• Avoid highly repetitive movements of hands and wrists,
and continuous vibration exposure (after each period of
operation, exercise to increase blood circulation)
• Use quality accessories (the primary source of vibration
when using a grinder is an accessory that is out of
balance, out of round, untrue, or possibly any combination of all three; avoid excessive overhang of accessory
in collet)
• Use carbide burrs that are sharp, as dull burrs require
more force and effort to remove material
• Keep tool well maintained and replace worn parts (a
preventive maintanance program with scheduled inspections is highly recommended)
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Safety Recommendations
Work gloves with vibration reducing liners and wrist supports are
available from some manufacturers of industrial work gloves. Tool
wraps and grips are also available from a number of different
manufacturers. These gloves, wraps, and wrist supports are designed to reduce and moderate the effects of extended vibration
exposure and repetitive wrist trauma. Since they vary widely in
design, material, thickness, vibration reduction, and wrist support
qualities, it is recommended that the glove, tool wrap, or wrist
support manufacturer be consulted for items designed for your
specific application. WARNING! Proper fit of gloves is important.
Improperly fitted gloves may restrict blood flow to the fingers and
can substantially reduce grip strength.
USE QUALITY ACCESSORIES
The primary source of vibration when using a die grinder is an
accessory that is out of balance, out of round, untrue, or possibly any
combination of all three.
The use of accessories which are well balanced, round, and true
is highly recommended as they have been found to significantly
reduce vibration. Some accessories lose their balance, roundness, and trueness as they wear from use. Because of the abusive
nature of the vibration caused by out of balance, out of round, and
untrue condition of some mounted wheels and carbide burrs, it is
felt that these accessories are more suseptible to failure. Excessive
vibration may signal eminent wheel failure. Out of balance accessories are dangerous. Flat spotting of a mounted wheel, caused by
grinding the wheel to a stop after the power has been shut off can
result in changes to the balance and shape of the wheel. Be sure
the mounted wheel has stopped before setting the tool down. Set
the tool in a tool rest or tool holder when not in use.
WIRE BRUSHES
If a die grinder is used for wire brushing applications the same
problems of balance, roundness, and trueness as experienced
with mounted wheels and other accessories prevail. Use quality
wire brushes.
USE A PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
Tool abuse or poor maintenance procedures can amplify and
contribute to the vibration produced by a mounted wheel or carbide
burr. A preventive maintenance program featuring scheduled periodic inspections and proper maintenance is the best way to assure
safety in your portable grinding operations. A well managed program can, for example, detect such things as speed variations due
to wear, flanges or spindles that have been damaged from abuse,
or bad bearings damaged by foreign matter or lack of lubrication.
Problems such as these can affect the wheel trueness when the
grinder is running and contribute to the vibration. Rotor blades that
are worn or chipped can lock up the motor and damage motor
components. Rotor blades should be checked periodically and
replaced if they measure less than 3/16" (4.7mm) at either end.
Proper repair procedures and the use of original Cleco service parts
and bearings rather than substitutes will return the tool to factory
specifications of precision and balance, and minimize vibration.
Replace if 3/16"
(4.7mm) or less
at either end.
4
PROPER LUBRICATION
An automatic in-line filter-regulator-lubricator is recommended as
it increases tool life and keeps the tool in sustained operation. The
in-line lubricator should be regularly checked and filled with a good
grade of 10W machine oil. Proper adjustment of in-line lubricator
is performed by placing a sheet of paper next to exhaust ports and
holding throttle open approximately 30 seconds. Lubricator is
properly set when a light stain of oil collects on paper. Excessive
amounts of oil should be avoided.
STORAGE
In the event it becomes necessary to store tool for an extended
period of time (overnight, weekend, etc.), it should receive a
generous amount of lubrication at that time and run for several
seconds to distribute oil before disconnecting from air supply. This
will reduce corrosion and displace water that may be trapped in
tool.
This information is a compilation of general safety practices
obtained from various sources available at the date of production.
However, our company does not represent that every acceptable
safety practice is offered herein, or that abnormal or unusual
circumstances may not warrant or require additional procedures.
Your work may require additional specific safety procedures.
Follow these procedures as required by your company. For more
information, see the latest edition of ANSI B186.1, Safety Code for
Portable Air Tools, and ANSI B7.1, Safety Requirements for the
Use, Care, and Protection of Abrasive Wheels, available from the
American National Standards Institute, Inc., 11 West 42nd street,
New York, NY 10036.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
READ SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS BEFORE
CONNECTING TOOL.
The 116 and 136 Series Die Grinders are designed to
operate on 90 psig (6.2 bar) maximum air pressure, using
a 1/4" hose up to 8' in length for the 116 and a 5/16" hose
for the 136. If additional length is required, the next larger
hose size may be connected to the 8' whip hose.
LUBRICATION
An automatic in-line filter-lubricator is recommended as it
increases tool life and keeps the tool in sustained operation. The in-line lubricator should be regularly checked and
filled with a good grade of 10W machine oil. Proper
adjustment of the in-line lubricator is performed by placing
a sheet of paper next to the exhaust ports and holding the
throttle open approximately 30 seconds. The lubricator is
properly set when a light stain of oil collects on the paper.
Excessive amounts of oil should be avoided.
STORAGE
In the event that it becomes necessary to store the tool for
an extended period of time (overnight, weekend, etc.), it
should receive a generous amount of lubrication at that
time and again when returned to service. The tool should be
stored in a clean and dry environment.
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
REASSEMBLY
The tool is reassembled in the reverse order of disassembly.
Wash all parts in a solvent and inspect for damage or wear.
It is recommended that new rotor blades be installed at each
repair cycle. If not replaced, the used ones must measure a
minimum of 3/16" (4.7mm) at both ends.
Replace if 3/16"
(4.7mm) or less
at either end.
Replace bearings that are rough or have excessive end play.
Install the front rotor bearing in the front bearing plate and
measure the distance from the face of the bearing plate to the
inner race of the bearing with the bearing race loaded
rearward. Select or fit by sanding a rotor collar .001"
(.025mm) to .002" (.050mm) longer than this measurement.
Install the rotor blades, cylinder rear bearing plate and rear
bearing on the rotor. After final assembly of the motor unit,
the cylinder should be held securely but not tightly between
the two plates. The rotor should not rub either plate.
When installing a motor into a rear exhaust backhead, the
steel ball located in the front plate must line up with the
groove in the backhead. Tighten all joints securely during
reassembly. Place a few drops of 10W machine oil in the air
inlet to ensure positive lubrication of all motor parts as soon
as air is applied.
CAUTION: After the grinder is reassembled, be sure to
check the free speed (R.P.M.) for proper speed with a
dependable tachometer before returning the grinder to service.
DISASSEMBLY
Unscrew (left hand threads) the bearing retainer and slip the
motor unit out of the backhead. To remove the collet chuck,
insert a 3/16" Allen wrench into the chuck to engage the
rotor. Hold the Allen wrench in a vise and unscrew the collet
chuck.
Use a suitable driver to drive the front rotor shaft out of the
front rotor bearing. After removing the cylinder and rotor
blades, the rear rotor shaft may be driven out of the rear rotor
bearing.
The throttle valve may be removed by unscrewing the inlet
bushing. The inlet air screen should be washed in a solvent
and blown out in reverse of normal air flow. Replace the
screen if damaged or torn.
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116 & 136 DIE GRINDER MOTOR UNITS
OPTIONAL ROTOR COLLAR
116 ROUTER ATTACHMENT
864018
864020
613701
619016
864017
Rotor
Model Part No.
116 869780
136 869781
863873
847528
847234
869614
Rotor Blade
Model Part No.
116
867816
136
869449
812165
864487
864488
864489
864490
847525
864492
864493
865416
865417
202076
202187
202188
.120
.121
.122
.123
.124
.125
.126
.127
.128
.129
.130
.131
812165
869445
OF
Cylinder
Model Part No.
116 869450
136 869451
F
Front Bearing Plate
Type Exhaust
Part No.
Front/Side
869448
Rear
202286
849844
SIZE
(Rear Exhaust Only)
847525
849837
PART NO.
847803
Collet
Size Part No.
3/16" 865423
6mm 864158
1/4"
847811
5/16" 865501
3/8"
847805
863888
Rear Bearing Plate
Type Exhaust
Part No.
Front/Side
869638
Rear
202285
202230
(Side Exhaust Only)
Exhaust Deflector
Type Exhaust
Part No.
Front
202228
Side
202229
Muffler
Type
Type of Tool
Exhaust 116
136
Front
202338
869452
Side
869452
869452
PARTS LIST — MOTOR UNITS
Part No.
Name of Part
202228
202229
202230
202285
202286
202338
613701
619016
812165
847234
847525
847528
847803
847805
847811
849837
849844
863873
Front Exhaust Detlector
Side Exhaust Deflector
"O"-Ring 1- 1/2" x 1- 5/8"
Rear Bearing Plate
Front Bearing Plate
Muffler
Ball Bearing
Retainer Ring
Cylinder Pin
"O"-Ring 1-1/8" x 1-1/4"
Rotor Collar .124"
Front Rotor Bearing
Chuck Lock Nut
3/8" Collet (Opt.)
1/4" Collet (Std.)
9/16" x 11/16" Wrench (136G Requires One (1) Only)
5/8" x 3/4" Wrench
Front Bearing Retainer
Qty. Part No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
The router attachment can be purchased as a subassembly using Part No. 861804.
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863888
864017
864018
864020
864158
865423
865501
867816
869445
869448
869449
869450
869451
869452
869614
869638
869780
869781
Name of Part
Chuck Shank (Includes 847803)
Lock Nut
Router Foot
Sleeve
6mm Collet (Opt.)
3/16" Collet (Opt )
5/16" Collet (Opt.)
Rotor Blade
Rear Rotor Bearing
Front Bearing Plate
Rotor Blade
Cylinder (Includes Rear Cyl. Pin)
Cylinder (Includes Rear Cyl. Pin)
Muffler
Router Body
Rear Bearing Plate
Rotor
Rotor
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
116 & 136 DIE GRINDER HANDLES
ALL MODELS
202106
202105
Front/Side Exhaust
Backhead
Model No.
Part No.
116G-250
202107
136G-180
202109
136G-240
202110
869855
845409
847808
202104
869712
202103
203043
846664
869489
FRONT/SIDE EXHAUST MODELS
Tool RPM
15,000
18,000
20,000
25,000
REAR EXHAUST MODEL
847767
847272
Part No.
202289
869845
863880
869850
202288
844309
869844
202287
863454
833188
833300
Rear Exhaust Backhead
Type Grinder
RPM
Part No.
Collet
15,000
202711
Collet
18,000
202222
Collet
20,000
202215
Collet
25,000
202221
PARTS LIST — HANDLES
Part No.
202103
202104
202105
202106
202107
202109
202110
202215
202221
202222
202287
202288
202289
202711
203043
Name of Part
Inlet Bushing
Throttle Valve Pin (incl. 869712)
Toggle
Lock-Off Lever
Backhead (incl. 846664)
Backhead (incl. 846664)
Backhead (incl. 846664)
Backhead (incl. 846664)
Backhead (incl. 846664)
Backhead (incl. 846664)
Inlet Bushing (incl. 833300)
Throttle Valve
Throttle Valve Seat
Backhead (incl. 846664)
Inlet Screen
Qty.
Part No.
Name of Part
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
833188
833300
844309
845409
846664
847272
847767
847808
863454
863880
869489
869712
869844
869845
869850
869855
Throttle Valve Spring
Inlet Screen
"O"-Ring 7/16"x 5/8"
Toggle Pin
Throttle Pin Bushing
"O"-Ring 5/8"x 3/4"
Throttle Valve Spring
Throttle Lever Pin
"O"-Ring 9/16"x 11/16"
"O"-Ring 1-1/4 x 1-3/8
Throttle Valve
"O"-Ring 5/64"x 13/64"
Exhaust Deflector
Throttle Valve Seat
Muffler Felt
Toggle Spring
COMPLETE HANDLE SUBASSEMBLIES
Model No.
116GL-250
136GL-180
136GL-240
136GLR-150
136GLR-180
136GLR-200
136GLR-250
Type Tool
Collet
Collet
Collet
Collet
Collet
Collet
Collet
RPM
25,000
18,000
24,000
15,000
18,000
20,000
25,000
Part No.
861991
861994
861995
201178
861132
861137
861131
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
The lock-off lever can be purchased as a subassembly using Part No. 861992.
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Sales & Service Centers
Note: All locations may not service all products. Please contact the nearest Sales & Service Center for
the appropriate facility to handle your service requirements.
Dallas, TX
Detroit, MI
Apex Tool Group
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
Sales & Service Center
1470 Post & Paddock
2630 Superior Court
Grand Prairie, TX 75050
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Tel: 972-641-9563
Tel: 248-391-3700
Fax: 972-641-9674
Fax: 248-391-7824
Houston, TX
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
6550 West Sam Houston
Parkway North, Suite 200
Houston, TX 77041
Tel: 713-849-2364
Fax: 713-849-2047
Lexington, SC
Apex Tool Group
670 Industrial Drive
Lexington, SC 29072
Tel: 800-845-5629
Tel: 803-951-7544
Fax: 803-358-7681
Los Angeles, CA
Seattle, WA
York, PA
Canada
Apex Tool Group
Apex Tool Group
Apex Tool Group
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
Sales & Service Center
Sales & Service Center
Sales & Service Center
15503 Blackburn Avenue
2865 152nd Avenue N.E.
3990 East Market Street
5925 McLaughlin Road
Norwalk, CA 90650
Redmond, WA 98052
York, PA 17402
Mississauga, Ont. L5R 1B8
Tel: 562-623-4457
Tel: 425-497-0476
Tel: 717-755-2933
Canada
Fax: 562-802-1718
Fax: 425-497-0496
Fax: 717-757-5063
Tel: 905-501-4785
Fax: 905-501-4786
Germany
England
France
China
Cooper Power Tools
Cooper Power Tools
Cooper Power Tools SAS
Cooper (China) Co., Ltd.
GmbH & Co. OHG
GmbH & Co. OHG
a company of
a company of
a company of
a company of
Apex Tool Group, LLC
Apex Tool Group, LLC
Apex Tool Group, LLC
Apex Tool Group, LLC
25 rue Maurice Chevalier
955 Sheng Li Road,
Industriestraße 1
C/O Spline Gauges
77330 Ozoir-La-Ferrière
Heqing Pudong, Shanghai
73463 Westhausen
Piccadilly, Tamworth
France
China 201201
Germany
Staffordshire B78 2ER
Tel: +33 1 6443 2200
Tel: +86-21-28994176
Tel: +49 (0) 73 63 81 0
United Kingdom
Fax: +33 1 6443 1717
Fax: +86-21-51118446
Fax: +49 (0) 73 63 81 222
Tel: +44 1827 8741 28
Fax: +44 1827 8741 28
Mexico
Cooper Tools
de México S.A. de C.V.
a company of
Apex Tool Group, LLC
Vialidad El Pueblito #103
Parque Industrial Querétaro
Querétaro, QRO 76220
Mexico
Tel: +52 (442) 211-3800
Fax: +52 (442) 103-0443
Brazil
Cooper Tools Industrial Ltda.
a company of
Apex Tool Group, LLC
Av. Liberdade, 4055
Zona Industrial - Iporanga
18087-170 Sorocaba
SP Brazil
Tel: +55 15 2383929
Fax: +55 15 2383260
Apex Tool Group, LLC
1000 Lufkin Road
Apex, NC 27539
Phone: 919-387-0099
Fax:
919-387-2614
www.apextoolgroup.com
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Hungary
Cooper Tools Hungaria Kft.
a company of
Apex Tool Group, LLC
Berkenyefa sor 7
Pf: 640
9027 Györ
Hungary
Tel: +36 96 66 1383
Fax: +36 96 66 1135
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