Today, more than ever before, it is impossible not to mention technological and industrial innovations with regard to the circular economy, development of an innovative and sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystem and the “green economy”. These environmental issues oblige companies to adopt entrepreneurial policies focused on the recovery and valorisation of waste, which aim to trigger a virtuous mechanism allowing improved management of resources and extensive optimising of production.
Neuberg Srl has always paid particular attention to these aspects, putting itself at the disposal of qualified partners in sectors such as shredding, valorisation and suction of various kinds of ground materials, including: rubber and worn tyres, industrial waste, plastic, wood, paper, copper, polyurethane, aluminium.
Ground elements are used in various sectors such as the production of sport facility pavings, road surfaces, soundproofing panels etc.
We supply integrated plant systems, combined with systems for shredding, grinding, pulverisation of various kinds of materials at the end of their life-cycle.
We are committed to restoring waste, regenerating and valorising it to achieve increased energy efficiency and decreased CO2 emissions with the aim of safeguarding a precious asset such as that of the ecosystem.


Plastic and rubber waste generated by all kinds of tyre production lines have, by nature, shapes and dimensions that prevent both conveying and regeneration activities. They are therefore shredded, ground and pulverized by means of several processes in which Neuberg operates in total synergy with first-rate enterprises in the sector, giving rise to fully automated systems for the treatment of industrial waste products.


The collection of shredded, ground or pulverized products is studied by Neuberg technicians with a customised project design and the realisation of particular suction hoods, specially shaped according to suit the different types of shredding operations. The production capacity of the grinding devices and the dimensions of the ground product are used to determine the correct collection speed of the product being processed.


The conveying of the ground products is always carried out by suitable sized conveying pipelines, thanks to the support of centrifugal fans.
Despite being ground, the materials still represent a context of an industrial nature and therefore require the use of equipment that is reliable over time.
Contrary to what is often encountered on systems of this kind, the key aspect that distinguishes our products is their sturdiness.
The new “CHOPPER EVO” chopper fan concept not only improves performance in terms of efficiency, but the rapid dismantling of the casing allows an immediate change to the type of orientation, achieving up to SIX different types of configuration with the same fan.


Although now replaced in different types of production waste processing systems, the cyclone is still today one of the best solutions for the separation of the product from the conveying air when dealing with ground materials. If correctly sized, it generates exceptionally high yields to the advantage of targeted energy consumptions.
Made of anti-wear material, as and where required, and coupled with high-efficiency sealing devices, they can be used in a wide variety of industrial waste treatment processes and constitute a significant segment of Neuberg’s production solutions.
When treating plastic films, the ground product discharged by the cyclone, is retransmitted to the line extruder to be regenerated with a complete production cycle.


The shredding and grinding processes generate the formation of dusts which, when suctioned together with the product, are expelled by the cyclone and conveyed inside JKE dust removal units.
The air is filtered by an automatic cycle and expelled into an external environment which fully complies with the thresholds enforced by current regulations on emissions into the environment.


The dust filtered by our range of dust removal units is recovered using quick-release trolley containers, or by means of dosing with top brands of rotary valves, with discharging into big bags, or also conveyed to large capacity sacks using conveying augers complete with retention devices.