Compliance and testing services for an evolving industry.
fOn 20th May 2016, Article 20 of the Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) came in to effect. For the first time, this piece of EU-wide legislation set out a range of requirements for manufacturers of e-liquids creating massive implications for the industry as a whole.
We at Euro Vapour have invested heavily to comply both with current regulatory requirements as set out within the TPD as well implementing an on-going program to ensure our operation will stand up against potential future acts of legislation.
We have the capability to analyse e-liquids for a wide variety of purposes. The list of compounds that we test for includes but is not limited to nicotine content, diacetyl, acetylpropionyl, acetoin, diethylene glycol, and acrolein.
High temperatures like those created by an atomiser coil can cause compounds within e-liquids to degrade. We carry out analysis to determine the degradation pathways of our liquids to ensure the absence of unwanted compounds.
Our organisation is accredited to OHSAS 18001 standards and our staff receive regular training to ensure the highest production standards possible. At every stage, we ensure that those handling our products employ the correct methods for consistent final results.
Every product batch is tested as standard for diacetyl, acetylpropionyl and acetoin content. Batch records contain details of every product at each stage of the production process. We retain these records for a period of two years after production.
Article 20 of the TPD came in to effect on 20th May 2016. All Vaporworks e-liquids comply with the requirements of the MHRA and their counterparts in the EU. ECID numbers for each of our nicotine-containing products can be found on each of our product pages.
Regulation of ENDS was announced by the FDA in February 2016 and come in to effect on 8th August 2016. Having navigated a similar process within the EU over the past two years, we are confident that Vaporworks will meet the requirement that the FDA sets forth.