10 April 2018
Vaper Expo is the biggest vape show in Europe taking place in Birmingham between 4th and 6th May 2018. This year, just like previously Chemnovatic will be displaying its range of products for e-liquid manufactures – pure nicotine, nicotine salts, nicotine bases, flavorings, additives etc.
As usual, we would love to invite you to visit our stand C110, meet the team and see how we can make your e-liquids better.
If you have any questions prior to the trade show, or would like to arrange a meeting please contact our representative on firstname.lastname@example.org.
4 April 2018
Most vapers value the quality of NicBase nicotine bases and there is a reason for that. A simple nicotine base is much more than 3 ingredients mixed in a certain ratio. What are the thing to look out for when making a nicotine base? A simple checklist we made:
Nicotine bases are usually made of three main ingredients – pure nicotine, Propylene Glycol and Vegetable Glycerin. Although the quality of pure nicotine is very important, do not overlook the other two – they make up most of the final product. PG and VG we use at Chemnovatic are only of pharmaceutical grade with the highest purity available on the market.
What is very important in vaping industry in scope of PG and VG is that they differ in taste and smell depending on the manufacturer. Chemnovatic has tested most of PG and VG brands available on European market and has chosen ingredients best fitted to vaping products. Some PG/VG also change the color to light red when mixing with nicotine, even if they are pharmaceutical grade. Experience of Chemnovatic in vaping industry is also the extra benefit compared to standard laboratories or chemical ingredients resellers.
Even highest purity ingredients are no good without a clean production environment. Make sure you are using the right equipment, employees use required protective gear and perform quality checks for every batch. Otherwise, the final product could be contaminated and include undesirable ingredients and pollutants.
The packaging and closure is very important. Assure “clean supply chain” of the bottles or clean them at the production room before filling. You don’t want any residue getting to your bases from dirty packaging.
It is very easy to create a low quality product with high quality ingredients when you have no experience in handling nicotine. Very often you are unknowingly damaging the quality by exposing the ingredients or final product to oxygen. It causes nicotine to deteriorate quicker and may make your product go off sooner.
To sum up – good nicotine bases are not “only” pharmaceutical grade and accepted by vaping industry. We manufacture our products with the highest standards of quality and cleanliness that is confirmed by certification the company provides.
1 March 2018
In December 2017 Chemnovatic has been subjected to the certification audit by TÜV Rheinland Polska Sp. z o. o., as a result we have been awarded the ISO 9001:2015, HACCP and GMP certificates.
We now have an integrated system of activities that ensure product safety and quality, minimizes human error and waste while increasing productivity.
You can find our certificates and read more about them here: https://chemnovatic.com/quality-process/
2 February 2018
Nic salts are another form of nicotine to blend with PG or VG. Thanks to its form, e-liquids based on nicotine salts have longer shelf-life. They also have less oxidation than the traditional e-liquids, and lower pH level.
Nic salts are well-absorbed to the bloodstream. It means that they provide vapers with strong and long-lasting nicotine effect. The trend is to provide high concentration of nicotine in nic salts e-liquids. This might be ideal for people who want to quit smoking or just switch from ordinary cigarettes. read more »
31 January 2018
We have introduced another e-liquid additive to our B2B platform – Sucralose.
Sucralose is nothing else than a synthetic sweetener used in the food industry (splenda). To give an example – Coca Cola and 4,000 other products are sweetened with sucralose, which is hidden under E955 designation. read more »