provide advanced product extraction services
for essential oils and other principals derived from organic matter.
Using supercritical fluid extraction techniques guarantees exceptional purity of the extracted product compared with the more usual
solvent-based extraction. Our extracts are clear, transparent and contain almost every non-polar ingredient present in the original raw material.
the moisture content is also reduced by physical separation. The extracts are free from
Solvent residuesDecomposition or hydrolysis productsHeavy metalsInorganic substancesPolar substances
We are ideally placed to provide single processing runs and welcome contact from manufacturers with one-off
product extraction requirements. Please contact us to discuss.
Partnering with SCENZA provides cost and efficiency advantages where regular and scheduled extraction processes are required.
SCENZA currently has four long term partnerships in the cosmetic, fruit, meat and nutraceutical industries.
As a subsidiary of a small public company we are well placed to assist product development which may follow our extraction process.
An example of this is the current development of a product for the alleviation of malaria using a herbal extract.
We welcome enquiries from interested parties.
. has the capacity for 1 tonne feed material per day. It is equipped for ancillary and material preparation services including
grinding, chipping, steam distillation, cold press. The operators are well experienced in extraction from
Seeds - rosehip, saw palmetto, kiwi fruitPowders - mussel, tripe (sheep stomach), meat extractsLeaves - Artemisia, coprosmaWoods - Sandalwood, agar, totara (NZ native)Grains - hopsFoods - ginger oils
It is a method of extracting essential oils and other ingredients from organic matter using a highly efficient,
highly effective and environmentally friendly process. Using a supercritical fluid (liquid carbon dioxide) at room
temperatures does not compromise the purity of the extracted product, nor are the byproducts harmful to the environment as they
are with alternative solvent-based extraction methods.