About The Product
The Sana Oil Extractor EUJ-702 attachment allows you to extract fresh, cold-pressed oil by attaching to your Sana EUJ-606 or EUJ-707 juicer. Bottled oils can deteriorate over time as they are vulnerable to light, heat and oxygen. The Sana oil extractor allows you to produce exactly what particular oil and quantity you require and the taste and nutritional value is far superior to similar shop-bought oils. *Please contact us if you would like to use this attachment with another brand of auger juicer. It simply requires you to replace the locking mechanism on your existing juicer with the Sana locking mechanism which requires undoing 4 screws.
• *5 Year warranty
• Extract oil from nuts, seeds, coconut & oats
• Steel construction
• Easy to use and clean
The Sana oil extractor allows you to make cold-pressed oil at home from the following seeds and nuts: flax, sesame, sunflower, pumpkin, rapeseed, hemp, poppy, rapeseed, evening primrose, black cumin, coconut (dehydrated shreds), almonds, pine nuts, walnuts, hazelnuts, peanuts, cashews, Brazil nuts, pistachios, and macadamia nuts. It can even make oatmeal flakes from oats.
It comes with a glass oil collector and stainless steel strainer, as well as a protective glove and metal pin to make removing the pressing cap fast and simple. *It has a warranty of 2 years on the auger and regulating rings and 5 years on all other parts.
All parts that come into contact with the oil are made from stainless steel and aluminium. The build-quality is very high and feels solidly constructed. It assembles on to the existing juice locking mechanism and if you don’t have a Sana juicer, you can purchase the locking mechanism from us to replace the one on your auger juicer (simply remove 4 screws to fit). There is no heating up of the unit, so the oil stays cool when exiting the extractor.
If you’d really like to make small quantities of cold-pressed oil from a wide variety of seeds and nuts, we highly recommend the Sana Oil Extractor EUJ-702 attachment.
Please see below for comments from Sana when testing the unit.
"We tried a few different seeds and nuts. We started with flaxseed. The instruction manual mentioned that there can be a squeaking sound with flax, because of the composition of their hulls. We noticed this too with an old open bag of flaxseeds. When we tried with a new bag, there was no squeaking at all. The oil flowed well and had a great taste and aroma. Next we tried shelled sunflower seeds. They did great! Because of their naturally high oil content, they gave the best yield. Poppy seeds went surprisingly well, and were also useful to warm up the oil extractor and clean out any seed bits still inside. We made hemp oil too, and just like the others it was an easy process. We also tried some nuts: almonds and walnuts. The almonds were more challenging, because they need to be cut into small pieces. We tried to chop them with a blender, but that just made a powder. The best would be to use a nut crushing machine, or a chef’s knife, which is what we used. After they were properly chopped, they had a decent oil yield. The walnuts were much easier, as they are simple to crush (we crushed them in a plastic baggie using a rolling pin) and have a naturally high oil yield. Finally we tried dried coconut flakes. We found that the best way to process them was to add just small amounts at a time. It was a slower process than the seeds, but we did get a decent yield of super fragrant coconut oil.
We discovered a few tips that helped things go better. First of all, we found the quality of the seeds and nuts really made a difference. Higher-quality or fresher materials were easier to process and had better yields of oil, sometimes very significantly so. It is also recommended to periodically clean the grooves where the oil comes out using the included brush. We noticed this kept the oil flowing better, as sometimes small bits of husk could become trapped there. Finally, cleaning was fast and simple. We used warm soapy water and a brush. Just make sure not to get water on the aluminium mounting unit – there is a bearing inside which shouldn’t get wet – but it doesn’t come into contact with the oil so it didn’t need cleaning."
2 years on the auger and regulating rings and 5 years on all other parts.