Maroso S.R.L.

Via A. de Gasperi 19, 36060 Pianezze (VI)
Italy
Telephone +39 0424 77816
Fax +39 0424 470308
maroso@maroso.it

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 02  Glass processing and finishing
  • 02.09  Safety glass technology
  • 02.09.04  Autoclaves

Autoclaves

Our products

Product category: Autoclaves

AUTOCLAVES

All MAROSO autoclaves are designed and built in compliance with the customers’ needs. The aim is to supply a machine, that is able to satisfy each need of the final user since the littlest details. This is the commitment that MAROSO takes on, using the most cutting-edge method of calculation and adequate materials, specialized in different sectors as Composites and derived, Glass, Methacrylate, Marble, Rubber and Food Sector.
MAROSO autoclaves are pressure chambers built to grant the optimization of the different processes of polymerization through the constant control of the parameters of temperature, heating, and vacuum during the entire productive cycle, in conditions of absolute security and respect of the operational conditions.
Maroso is able to produce autoclaves of different dimensions, in compliance of the customer requests. In particular, our productive range foreseen the production of autoclave bodies with useful diameter from 500mm up to 4200mm and beyond; the length instead can exceed the 15000mm. the pressure and the thermal gradients are in compliance with the customer’s requests.

Assembling rooms for glass and composites
For the glass sector, to complete the laminating Line, Maroso S.R.L. can manufacture rooms able to process Interlayer PVB as interleaved type (temperature of 18/20 °C) and refrigerated type (5/8 °C). The production is carried out in a space constantly controlled in positive conditions to avoid the presence of dust inside it and to grant the percentage of humidity requested by the PVB, for its better laying and flexibility.
Also for the composites materials sector, MAROSO is able to build Clean Rooms (climatic rooms) where the clients carries out the preparation phases of the piece to be polymerized before the cure cycle in the autoclave.

Customer oriented Machineries
During thirty years of activity we became a recognized name for security, reliability and attention, through which we produce our products.
A careful analysis of the market needs convinced us that is necessary to supply to each customer a customer designed and oriented product.
We constantly invest on research and development, to improve the services and the quality of the company organization. We do this respecting the principles on which is based the best tradition of the Italian mechanical industry.

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About us

Company details

Via De Gasperi 13. A little piece of Veneto, that represents the history of this region, from the post war period forward. Rural houses and fields to be cultivated, a landscape gradually transforming during the years, that sees rising a larger mobility and some modern production plants, but that still remains, at the same time, a country area. Via De Gasperi 13 has always been everything for Mr Francesco Antonio Maroso. It is home, family, the bond with the land, the “buttons room” of the business activity. It is the affections, work and business spirit “cradle”. However, it is also the “burrow” of the cycling passion, the operational place from where all the inputs for the life of the sport group come from. Via De Gasperi 13, in the south part of Pianezze. «Since always I have my roots in this place» tells Mr Francesco Antonio Maroso. I was born here in 1948, in the old house, in which I still live. My parents, Bortolo e Maria worked as sharecroppers. There was an extended rural area, about 15 acres of the Count Chilesotti of Bassano. There, lived the patriarchal family units of the Maroso’s, Rossi’s, Valerio’s, Barausse’s, and Cortese’s, Pozza’s, Carollo’s, Soster’s from Lusiana, that, as many others, arrived from the outside to work the land. One big farm, a small village with fields, stables, barns, common courts. We worked and lived in a small community, that during the 50s and 60s lost some of its protagonists. In fact, some of those families emigrated to Vercelli and Varese looking for a job, leaving the agricultural sector to find the wellness in the industrial sector.

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