Ziltek markets RemScan, a hand-held instrument for the rapid measurement of Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH) in soil + Soil Texture and Granulometry.

Ziltek is headquartered in Adelaide, South Australia and was founded in 2008 to commercialise a patented technology developed with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), the Australian Federal Government’s flagship national R&D organisation.

RemScan® was originally developed to measure Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH) in soil, however new applications have now been developed including Soil Texture and Granulometry.

RemScan® has been used in many places around the world on a wide range of climates and soil types. Locations include Nigeria, China, Indonesia, Qatar and the Arctic Circle. The company has distributors and agents in many countries.

Dr Richard Stewart is Managing Director and is recognised globally as an Industry Leader. He holds a PhD in biological chemistry from the University of Adelaide and has qualifications in Technology Commercialization from the University of Texas and in Product Innovation from Harvard University. Richard is a regular presenter at international conferences in PFAS remediation.

Chairman, Mr Denis Harwood, has more than 40 years of relevant experience in early stage technology commercialization in USA, Europe and Australia. This included roles as Executive Chairman of Minelab which sold handheld metal detectors worldwide, and CEO of the first venture capital company in Australia (founded 1983).