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EU TPD registration certification
TPD Overview
The Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) is a regulation used to regulate and supervise product manufacturing, sales, display (product design, packaging, etc.) and all tobacco and tobacco-related products (such as e-cigarette products). The Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) is ostensibly designed to allow tobacco products to operate more smoothly in the international market. In fact, many of the provisions of the TPD are designed to reduce the attractiveness of tobacco products and achieve higher standards of protection for human health. The EU Tobacco Directive TPD (2014/40/EC) came into effect in May 2014, and the 2-year transition period has ended. E-cigarette products exported to the EU market must comply with the requirements of the TPD Directive, otherwise they will be banned, fined or returned, which will cause huge losses to e-cigarette manufacturers.
Electronic announcement
The main content that product electronic notices should contain:
1. Manufacturer’s name and contact information
2. Ingredient list and release content
3. Toxicological data
4. Nicotine dosage and intake information
5. Product composition and production process description
6. Statement of responsibility for product quality and safety
E-liquid and liquid reservoir requirements
E-liquids containing nicotine are only put on the market in professional fillers, and the volume of the filled container does not exceed 10mL. In disposable e-cigarettes or single-use cartridges, the volume of the cartridge or reservoir must not exceed 2mL.
nicotine requirement
1. In e-liquid containing nicotine, the nicotine content shall not exceed 20 mg/mL;
2. Under normal use conditions, the nicotine release amount of e-cigarettes should be maintained at a stable level;
Application information
Document preparation before applying for TPD registration of electronic cigarettes:
1. Production process documents
2. Release test report
3. Nicotine release consistency detection method
4. Instructions for open&refill of refillable atomizer
registration process
1. Registration (ECAS).
2. Apply for a Submitter ID.
3. Fill in the form submitterid_registtatingform_en (completed in about 10 working days).
4. After the registration is completed, notify the administrator by email, stating that the ID registration is successful, and indicating the ECAS and Submitter ID.
5. After success, log in to the account opening information platform (EU-CEG), fill in the information, upload attachments, and select different countries to submit materials separately.
Test service
1. E-cigarette emission component testing
2. E-cigarette oil composition analysis and testing
3. E-cigarette EU registration consulting services
4. E-cigarette food contact materials (FCM) testing
5. E-cigarette finished products are tested according to EU RoHS, REACH and other regulations
Test items
1. Consistency of nicotine release
2. PG and VG impurities (ethylene glycol, diethylene glycol)
3. Carbonyl compounds (formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, acrolein, crotonaldehyde, etc.)
4. VOC (benzene, toluene, isoprene, 1,3-butadiene acrylonitrile)
5. Heavy metals (Cd, Cr, Cu, Pb, Ni, As, etc.)
6. Specific nitrosamines
7. Glycerin and propylene glycol
8. Diacetyl and 2,3-pentanedione

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EU TPD registration certification

EU TPD registration certification

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Product Description

EU TPD registration certification
TPD Overview
The Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) is a regulation used to regulate and supervise product manufacturing, sales, display (product design, packaging, etc.) and all tobacco and tobacco-related products (such as e-cigarette products). The Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) is ostensibly designed to allow tobacco products to operate more smoothly in the international market. In fact, many of the provisions of the TPD are designed to reduce the attractiveness of tobacco products and achieve higher standards of protection for human health. The EU Tobacco Directive TPD (2014/40/EC) came into effect in May 2014, and the 2-year transition period has ended. E-cigarette products exported to the EU market must comply with the requirements of the TPD Directive, otherwise they will be banned, fined or returned, which will cause huge losses to e-cigarette manufacturers.
Electronic announcement
The main content that product electronic notices should contain:
1. Manufacturer’s name and contact information
2. Ingredient list and release content
3. Toxicological data
4. Nicotine dosage and intake information
5. Product composition and production process description
6. Statement of responsibility for product quality and safety
E-liquid and liquid reservoir requirements
E-liquids containing nicotine are only put on the market in professional fillers, and the volume of the filled container does not exceed 10mL. In disposable e-cigarettes or single-use cartridges, the volume of the cartridge or reservoir must not exceed 2mL.
nicotine requirement
1. In e-liquid containing nicotine, the nicotine content shall not exceed 20 mg/mL;
2. Under normal use conditions, the nicotine release amount of e-cigarettes should be maintained at a stable level;
Application information
Document preparation before applying for TPD registration of electronic cigarettes:
1. Production process documents
2. Release test report
3. Nicotine release consistency detection method
4. Instructions for open&refill of refillable atomizer
registration process
1. Registration (ECAS).
2. Apply for a Submitter ID.
3. Fill in the form submitterid_registtatingform_en (completed in about 10 working days).
4. After the registration is completed, notify the administrator by email, stating that the ID registration is successful, and indicating the ECAS and Submitter ID.
5. After success, log in to the account opening information platform (EU-CEG), fill in the information, upload attachments, and select different countries to submit materials separately.
Test service
1. E-cigarette emission component testing
2. E-cigarette oil composition analysis and testing
3. E-cigarette EU registration consulting services
4. E-cigarette food contact materials (FCM) testing
5. E-cigarette finished products are tested according to EU RoHS, REACH and other regulations
Test items
1. Consistency of nicotine release
2. PG and VG impurities (ethylene glycol, diethylene glycol)
3. Carbonyl compounds (formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, acrolein, crotonaldehyde, etc.)
4. VOC (benzene, toluene, isoprene, 1,3-butadiene acrylonitrile)
5. Heavy metals (Cd, Cr, Cu, Pb, Ni, As, etc.)
6. Specific nitrosamines
7. Glycerin and propylene glycol
8. Diacetyl and 2,3-pentanedione