18 November 2019
The first thing that usually comes to mind when it comes to nicotine is tobacco, regardless of whether it is smoking, vaping, or pharmaceutical nicotine. As nicotine is obtained mainly from tobacco, this is a reasonable association and thus usually nicotine products are subject to the same regulations as tobacco products. Usually, but not always – there is a way to produce non-tobacco nicotine which is also called synthetic nicotine. read more »
8 November 2019
Industry conferences are an important way of knowledge sharing, staying up to date with regulations and trends and a great way to network and expand your contacts. We attend the most important conferences as well as share our knowledge with the industry.
Next Generation Nicotine Delivery is a conference addressing market trends, product innovation and public health in the nicotine industry.
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2 April 2019
Nicotine salts (nicsalts for short) are getting more popular among vapers. Every day more people are trying to figure out if nic salts are any good for them. Should you use nicsalt shots or stick to the good old nic shots? Let us try and explain a few things regarding nicotine salts and compare nic salt shots to regular, freebase nicotine shots. read more »
7 November 2018
Next Generation Nicotine Delivery is a leading nicotine industry conference held in London. This year’s edition takes place on the 13th and 14th November.
We will not only be attending the conference but also will be leading one of the round table panels – “TPD regulation versus practices and individual approaches of each EU Member “. You can find the conference program here: http://www.arena-international.com/Uploads/2018/11/05/s/n/p/Program-05112018.pdf
If you are one of the attendees, we would love to see you at our table on the 14th November, 11:15, Round Table 1.
See you in London!
19 July 2018
We are happy to announce that our pure nicotine is now fully REACH registered, what does it mean?
REACH requires all companies manufacturing or importing chemical substances into the European Union in quantities of one tonne or more per year to register these substances with European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) in Helsinki. Sales of substances, which have not been pre-registered or registered, to the European market, is illegal.
REACH also promotes alternative methods for the hazard assessment of substances in order to reduce the number of tests on animals.
To register, a manufacturer must collect and submit all data on the hazardous properties of substances manufactured or imported in quantities above 1 tonne per year. Submitted data is then evaluated by appropriate authorities. Substances of high concern such as carcinogens or mutagens will have to be authorised by ECHA, which ensures that risks from the use of such substances are either adequately controlled or justified.
Each substance that passes evaluation and authorisation is considered fully registered with REACH and is given a REACH Registration Number. PureNic 99+’s REACH Registration Number is displayed on Safety Data Sheet.