Paper pulper
recycling plant

it's time to maximize
the value of metals

Modular systems

Panizzolo plants allow you to always implement treatment technologies, obtaining the size and sorting degree most convenient for the company.

Mechanical treatment

Only mechanical and in-line treatment cycles are applied in Panizzolo solutions, streamlining the process in terms of simplicity, costs and production results.

Low management costs

The operating costs of Panizzolo plants are below the average on the market, favouring the productivity and profitability of the plant.

Centralised management

Panizzolo software guarantees the centralised control of all the technologies on the plant. It autonomously manages the parameters, interfacing with operators through a specific touch screen.

Treatment flexibility

Panizzolo machinery can receive different types and sizes of infeed material, depending on the scrap and on customer requirements. This flexibility is also made possible thanks to specific patented elements.

Panizzolo solutions allow you to treat pulper ropes. This is an extremely difficult waste coming from paper mills, left over from the waste paper recycling process and containing a high percentage of metals and iron.

Panizzolo recycling solutions are supplied turnkey while the layout is designed for a fully in-line treatment cycle. Each component is designed to optimise management, maximise profitability and reduce downtime.

The treatment cycle

The recycling plant works with completely in-line mechanical treatments. The hammer mill grinds the material, while specific sorting accessories sieve the ash and separate metals from inerts.

The production layout changes depending on the customer’s requirements. Panizzolo can provide suitable solutions according to the type of waste, hourly productivity and the sorting degree you want to achieve.

What is your treatment requirement?

We listen to your needs and can supply you with the best technologies to meet your business goals.
The processing cycles are designed to maximise production activities, to be able to attain full recovery of secondary raw materials and to reintroduce them directly into the economic cycle.

Electric motors




Metal scrap

Mixed metals


Slag processing

Paper mill pulper

End-of-life vehicles

Car engines