Not sure about vaping Sucralose? Here’s what you can do!
Published On: 16 January 2020
The last research news on the sucralose rippled through the vaping community causing a lot of questions regarding the safety of using that sweetener in e-liquids. Whether it’s true or not, the fact is that sucralose has become a hot topic in the industry and among the users of e-cigarettes.
What is the issue with vaping sucralose?
Sucralose is an additive that adds sweetness to e-liquids. What sets it apart from other sweeteners is that it is much sweeter. Even a small amount will make your e-liquid very sweet, thus a lot of e-liquid manufacturers use it in their vape juices. Many vapers may be used to high amounts of sweetener due to companies using excessive amounts of sucralose to cover the imperfections in the flavour of an e-liquid.
Controversies around using sucralose aren’t something new. It all started with the ability of sucralose to run carcinogen when overheated. First of all most of the substances have the ability to run a carcinogen when overheated, eg. a steak left on a pan for too long. The problem with sucralose is that it doesn’t vaporize, but either caramelize (at 160°C degrees) or burn (above 160°C degrees). Caramelized sucralose builds up on coils shortening their life span (which may mean changing them or wicks more frequently). It also worsens the quality of e-liquid, but it isn’t carcinogenic itself. Burned sucralose is where there is an issue – it releases carcinogens at exceptionally high degrees.
Recently, news on sucralose research hit the vaping community – research claiming that sucralose even in mild temperatures of around 120°C degrades into chloropropanols and other related chlorinated compounds that are potentially harmful. Whether it’s true or not, the fact is that sucralose has become a hot topic in the industry and among the users of e-cigarettes. The whole situation is worth rethinking the way we manufacture e-liquids and – if possible – propose the new alternatives for vapers. But does it mean that we need to resign from those deliciously sweet e-liquids anymore? Well, not necessarily!
At Chemnovatic we know that our task as a manufacturer of ingredients for e-liquids production is also helping e-liquids producers in meeting the costumers’ expectations.
Sweetener Blend SB-800 is the result of hard work of Chemnovatic’s R&D department which tested dozens of different solutions to find the one with the effect as close to sucralose as possible.
Why should you consider using Sweetener Blend?
It strengthen the sweetness of the flavours in your e-liquid.
It fits in the current consumer needs for sucralose alternative.
It is not carcinogenic.
It is TPD compliant.
It doesn’t caramelize or burn.
It doesn’t overtake e-liquids’ flavours.
It doesn’t build up on coil so you don’t need to change it so frequently.
It is manufactured with the use of only certified ingredients of the highest pharmaceutical quality from reliable European suppliers.
The same as all our products it undergoes strict quality procedures which are confirmed by ISO 9001:2015, HACCP and GHP/GMP standard.
We provide our customers with full traceability of products and additionally every batch of products that leave our facility is laboratory tested on site.
Are you considering resigning from sucralose… and any other sweeteners?
In this case, we recommend you Chemnovatic’s flavours – all of them are the highest quality and most of them are sucralose-free. They will bring strong, authentic taste and mouth-watering smell to any e-liquid, without any sweeteners.
Check out Chemnovatic and Molinberry flavours here.
We have also prepared statements specifying the presence of sucralose in:
– Chemnovatic flavours,
– Molinberry flavours.
Check out Sweetener Blend SB-800 here.
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