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MOROS: 66 years of manufacturing
From its inception, Spanish
manufacturer MOROS has
focused on developing scrap
machinery of the highest quality
for the recycling industry. This
principle has remained over the
last seven decades and MOROS
continues to provide highly
reliable and efficient machines
with the highest quality and
performance all over the world.
One of the greatest achievements for the com-
pany is that MOROS machines are recognised
as robust and reliable equipment that include
the latest technologies, allowing a quick return
on the client’s initial investment.
A key advantage of purchasing a machine from
MOROS is its flexibility both of the product
and manufacturing, every time offering a tai-
lor-made solution to exceed the customer’s
expectations. It is increasingly difficult to find
companies that care so much about the details
and keep everything in-house to ensure it can
adapt every machine to any need.
It is obvious that recent times have been chal-
lenging for everybody due to the COVID pan-
demic. MOROS has kept manufacturing,
developing new models, giving assistance and
delivering both spares and new machines. As
an example, MOROS has backed collaboration
with local workshops in foreign countries to
guarantee technical assistance and has created
online groups with customers to improve
remote assistance with existing machines.
We all have faced difficult times and we are
proud to say that the scrap sector has
responded very well. Today our customers are
optimistic again. The future is promising, and
MOROS continues to investing hard in R&D,
not only improving the range but developing
brand new machines to meet specific customer
SOME OF THE NEW dESIgNS IN THE
MOROS GC-G-550 – Spain: This is a three ram
baler with a lid cover in the first compression.
It is very versatile to produce high density cus-
MOROS H-C-1100 – Lampa (Chile): This shear
has asymmetric opposite wings and it has
been specially designed to maximise produc-
tion rates when processing light and medium
MOROS GC-M-160 – Censima (Argentina) and
another unit in a Spanish company. The shape
of the wings in this baler (asymmetric opposite
wings) means it produces higher density bales
with the maximum productivity (automatic
ejection of the bale). Moreover, it is a versatile
machine that can be mounted on a trailer plat-
form and incorporate a crane to become a
fully mobile and autonomous baler.
SOME OF THE KEY PROJECTS IN THE
M6060 hammer shredder for aluminium –
Metales Bolueta – Spain.
GC-V-240-S high density baler, 300 x 300 x var
mm and 240 tonnes – Sorofer – Brazil.
GC-V-280-B high density baler, 400 x 400 x var
mm and 280 tonnes – Sydney Metal Traders –
GC-V-550 high density baler, 600 x 600 x var
mm and 550 tonnes – USA.
H-A-700 wing shear – UK.
H-A-700 wing shear – Hierros Altadill – Spain.
H-B-1100 side compression shear – Recirsa –
H-B-1100 side compression shear – Ferralles
Battle – Spain.
H-P-1100 shear with angle-adjustable side
compression. – Bradford Waste Traders UK.
MOROS is proud of the fact that every part of its
equipment is made in-house.
The GC-G-550 high density baler.
The H-C-1100 shear.
The GC-M-160 baler.
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