short fill e-liquids

1205, 2021

Vaping in Canada – survey report

12 May 2021|

vaping in Canada Vaping is a legal alternative method of delivering nicotine to the organism. At the same time, it is less risky than smoking. Although vaping in Canada is not prohibited, individual Canadian provinces have their own restrictions and rules regarding the sale of vaping products. The restrictions on e-liquids and vaping equipment in different Canadian provinces mainly concern the nicotine content in e-liquid. Moreover, some provinces have also banned flavored e-liquids apart from such flavours like tobacco, menthol, and mint.

Vaping in Canada – vape chart

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1706, 2019

Using nic shots with shortfills.

17 June 2019|

Nicotine shots are not a new thing – they have been with us since the introduction of the TPD. Typically a nic shot comes in a 10ml bottle and contains up to 20mg/ml nicotine content as required by the Tobacco Products Directive. Nic shots are used to add nicotine to nicotine-free e-liquids, turning them into a ready to vape e-liquid. At the beginning calculating the strength of your final e-liquid was pretty simple. Short fill e-liquids typically contained 20ml of nicotine-free liquid in a 30ml bottle. Adding an 18mg nic shot to 20ml short fill results in a 6mg e-liquid, a 9mg nic shot results in a 3mg ready to vape e-liquid. Currently, short fill e-liquids come in different bottle sizes with a different amount of liquid inside, making calculating your required nicotine shots strength more difficult.

Adding nic shots to short fill e-liquids.

Having problems figuring out what strength nic shots you will need to add to your short fill to receive a desired nicotine strength? We have prepared a simple reference chart that should make mixing your shortfills quick and simple. calculating short fill nicotine strength  
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