Designing an industrial dust removal plant means guaranteeing greater levels of comfort and increased efficacy of production lines which are less subject to wear at the workplace. The main advantage is the achievement of satisfactory economic savings, accomplished over time.
The larger grains of dust generated by production processes, tend to decant, downgrade the work areas, while the lighter grains “float” in the environment, giving rise to a series of problems associated with the respiratory system. This is why it is vital to design customised systems, monitoring the concentration of dust, so as to ensure efficiency, sustainable development and optimal welfare for individuals.
Neuberg Srl offers a wide range of solutions that guarantee adequate, efficient and long-lasting industrial dust removal. We treat dusts of various kinds, food based, fibrous and non-fibrous, in addition to potentially explosive dusts (ATEX directives).
Our JKE, JKR and JKO model dust collectors are entirely modular, and designed to provide continuous and high speed filtration, in compliance with the requirements imposed by the current regulations on health and safety and emissions into the environment; they require minimum cleaning and maintenance interventions whilst guaranteeing a high level of efficiency.


In the industrial dust collection sector, there is often a controversial issue regarding the fact of determining the level of “cleanliness” that one aims to achieve. Giant sized bulky production lines with multiple sources of dust formation require the plant engineers to conduct in-depth and focused assessments when it comes to dust interception.
The overall efficacy of a dust removal process depends on the design of the collection devices. The shape of an exhauster hood and the distance between the same and the source of the dust are key elements when it comes to calculating the volumes of air necessary for the correct sizing of the filtration system to be installed.


The different types of dust treated and the variation of their concentration, together with the basic laws of fluid dynamics and extensive on-field experience, are key elements when it comes to calculating the optimum conveying speed.
This element is often neglected, although it has a huge impact on the functioning of suction plant systems. Excessively slow conveying speed may cause product sedimentation leading to clogging and excessively high speeds can cause risks of abrasion of pipes and high energy consumption.


Our range of JKE dust collectors boasts a totally unique concept and represents one of the key elements of our production. The unique features of the elements that comprise the filtration system, (including the sleeve holder basket) and counter-current compressed air cleaning, different modular construction that provides maximum versatility and, of no less importance, the extreme robustness of the structure built based on FEM analysis on the finished elements, combined with exhaust and/or suppression devices, allow these devices to be used in a wide range of fields, even in environments where potentially explosive dusts are present (Atex Directives).


The dust filtered by our range of dust collectors (used in almost all depression applications) 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 by means of automatic brick making machines designed to press the dust to create small and compact bricks. This is a particularly compact and fully automatic system, providing a much cleaner surrounding environment, easier dust management and an outstanding decrease in routine maintenance.