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1611, 2020

E-liquid bases’ new generation – Nic&Salt Hybrid Bases

16 November 2020|

Discover the new generation of e-liquid bases – Nic&Salt Hybrid Bases

The key factor affecting the stable and sustainable development of each company is the regular broadening of the offer with new products, as well as the improvement of the older versions of products. A good example can be an e-liquid line created with the use of the e-liquid bases that have never been on the market before! e-liquid bases Professional literature and statistics show that key factors in bringing a new product to the vaping market are: price, quality, product marketing, opportunities, threats from the competition, and consumers’ need for change. Moreover, consumers need and like new products, they also like to have the widest choice possible. Customers are looking for novelties, but at the same time for products that are safe and of the highest quality. For this reason, we have introduced a product that combines both safety and innovation. We present Nic&Salt Hybrid Bases – a product that has never been on the market before – an e-liquid base using pure nicotine AND nicotine salts. (more…)
1808, 2020

Pharmaceutical quality of e-liquids – everything you should know

18 August 2020|

Pharmaceutical quality raw materials – everything you should know

Pharmaceutical quality raw materials is an advantage that manufacturers like to emphasize and should be proud of. Although it is not necessary for the e-liquids industry, some manufacturers want to surpass the quality standards. Therefore, many e-liquid manufacturers use pharmaceutical quality raw materials (like pure nicotine, PG/VG) in their production. In this article, we take a closer look at what you, as an e-liquid manufacturer or e-liquid brand owner should know about the quality of raw materials. Learn how to check if the product’s quality is as high as you expect.

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1208, 2020

E-liquid industry regulations – REACH and CLP

12 August 2020|

E-liquid industry regulations – REACH and CLP

REACH and CLP are two European Union regulations that apply to the chemical industry in general. However, as e-liquids are part of the chemical industry, they also fall under REACH and CLP. Let’s take a closer look at them, as they are among the most important e-liquid industry regulations. If you would like to learn more about the industry regulations or requirements, click the following links: TPD regulations, pharmacopoeia quality, storage and handling requirements, transportation & ADR.

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302, 2020

Packaging, transport and storing – why are they so important for product quality?

3 February 2020|

Production is the main and core competence of e-liquids and raw materials manufacturing companies. At the same time, it is not the only factor that determines the final quality of the product. Let’s take a closer look at the three other factors that should be properly managed to make the end customer satisfied: packaging, transport and storing.

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309, 2018

Chemnovatic featured in Asia Tobacco.

3 September 2018|

Hey everyone! In case you didn’t know, Chemnovatic has been featured in Asia Tobacco magazine’s article “Nicotine Suppliers to e-Juice Manufacturers”. The article covers Chemnovatic’s pure nicotine manufacturing now and in the future, TPD regulations and many other aspects of nicotine manufacturing and export. If you haven’t seen this yet check out this link: https://www.tobaccoasia.com/features/nicotine-suppliers-to-e-juice-manufacturers/
1907, 2018

PureNic 99+ now fully REACH registered!

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.
2710, 2017

REACH and CLP summary on the example of PureNic 99+ pure nicotine.

27 October 2017|

pure nicotineWelcome in our third and last article about REACH and CLP. We didn’t have the time and opportunity to talk about all the requirements coming from one of the biggest regulations in EU, but we will try to summarize the most important ones. Let’s do it on the example of our flagship product – PureNic 99+ pure nicotine. When looking at nicotine description on our website, you will find the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) among other documents. SDS is required by REACH and it is supposed to be created for every hazardous substance. Supplier of a substance or mixture has to deliver an SDS to the entity that purchased said product. On our website, you will find the most recent version of the SDS, because this year a new CLP harmonized classification for nicotine has been published. What is a harmonized classification? This is a classification that is mandatory in every EU country. Many substances have a standardized classification, that makes it easier to manage the risk associated with the substance. According to Commission Regulation 2017/776 every manufacturer has to adjust their nicotine and nicotine products to new guidelines until 1st December 2018. We started doing it already – our SDS contains information compliant with the most recent classification. New CLP classification will also impact nicotine e-liquids, which until now didn’t have to be classified as hazardous. New test results for nicotine proved that nicotine is considered more dangerous than before. The consequence of this change will be a new labelling system for nicotine and its products and also new requirements considering transport conditions for products that were free from CLP regulations until now. Regarding the packaging you can find elements that come from REACH – pictograms such as the exclamation mark, skull or dead fish; warning sign such as DANGER or WARNING and also Hazard Statements and Precautionary statements. For very toxic substances or mixtures, you will also find a convex triangle that signals danger to the blind people. Of course, our nicotine is also pre-registered, as we mentioned in the first article. Our pre-registration number is 17-2120051720-67-0000. Right now we are half way to completing full-registration. This requires us to sign an agreement, pay the appropriate fee and then make the registration on REACH-IT website, using IUCLID tool. After completing full registration you will be able to find us on echa.europa.eu to confirm our status. The obligations associated with REACH are not over after the introduction and adherence to these requirements. You should follow up if there aren’t any further changes to the regulation, and I should mention, that there have already been 10 updates. As you can see REACH is a comprehensive piece of legislation, and its exact exploration is a hard piece of work for many specialists. We are constantly trying to expand our knowledge. In the near future, you will be able to meet us at the Next Generation Nicotine Delivery 2017 in London, where we will talk more about this issue. Thank you for your attention and we hope that we have managed to get you a little bit closer to the issue of REACH. Have a nice day.
1809, 2017

What is REACH and why do we talk about it?

18 September 2017|

REACH logoPure nicotine, nicotine bases and e-liquids manufacturers need to comply to REACH guidelines and regulations. What is REACH? Why is it so important to be REACH compliant? REACH is one of the most important regulations of the European Parliament and of the Council that is already in force in the whole EU from 1 June 2007. It concerns chemical substances and affects many producers, importers and downstream users and also has an impact on our everyday life even if we don’t know about it. For a start lets decode this mysterious name which is an acronym and comes from first letters of this phrase: Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals. Decoding of this name immediately shows us what are the main goals and tasks of this (considered by many as difficult and complicated) regulations. The first article of this law says that the purpose of this Regulation is to ensure a high level of protection of human health and the environment, including the promotion of alternative methods for assessment of hazards of substances, as well as the free circulation of substances on the internal market while enhancing competitiveness and innovation. As a general rule, REACH applies to all chemicals (with some exceptions) not just those used in industrial processes but also those used in our daily lives, such as cleaning agents or paints, as well as components of many products such as clothing or furniture. This is why the Regulation applies to most companies in the European Union. As required by the regulation, companies must identify and control the risks associated with substances manufactured and marketed in the EU. They must demonstrate that the substance can be used safely and inform users how to decrease possible risk when handling the substance or its mixtures. If risk management is not possible, the use of substances can be limited in many ways. In the longer term, the most dangerous substances should be replaced by less dangerous substitutes. The REACH Regulation establishes procedures for collecting and evaluating the information on the properties of substances and the risks involved. Companies must register chemicals and to this end, they must cooperate with other companies registering the same substances. Did you know that currently companies that want to produce or import for example nicotine in quantities more than 1 ton per year have to possess a special pre-registration number for this substance? And that by 1 June 2018 this pre-registration has to be transformed into full registration? Otherwise, you won’t be able to place your product on the market and you may face high fines or even jail depending on the country. When it comes to our industry as a producer of e-liquids based on nicotine, we are pleased to inform that nicotine used by us is already pre-registered and our specialists are working on the full registration process of our pure nicotine to make it before next years deadline. There are much more duties and costs involved in the process if you are interested in more info simply visit www.echa.europa.eu run by the European Chemicals Agency or wait for our next article in which we will tell you more about CLP which is a major part of REACH.
606, 2017

EuroVape 2017 in Madrid – see you at booth C012.

6 June 2017|

nicotine bases in madridThis weekend you can meet us at EuroVape trade show in Madrid. We will be exhibiting our products, both for manufacturers, distributors and individual customers. If you are looking for highest quality pure nicotine, nicotine bases, flavourings or custom-tailored solutions supplier, come and see us at booth C012 – on the main floor. If you have any questions prior to the trade show or would like to arrange a meeting please contact our representative on cristiano.batista@chemnovatic.com. See you in Madrid!
1205, 2016

PureNic 99+ receives a new Certificate of Analysis.

12 May 2016|

Chemnovatic PureNic 99+ nicotine

Chemnovatic PureNic 99+ nicotine

We have received new certificates of analysis for our PureNic 99+ pure nicotine from the Eurofins lab. We are happy to announce that PureNic99+ is now officially over 100% pure. PureNic 99+ pure nicotine Certificate of Analysis For those wondering how is it possible for the nicotine to be measured above the 100% mark, here is a short explanation: “Nicotine contains not less than 99.0 per cent and not more than the equivalent of 101.0 per cent of 3-[(2S)-1-methylpyrrolidin-2-yl]pyridine, calculated with reference to the anhydrous substance.” Or if you would like to read it in full visit THIS link.
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