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Atomization technology is not a patented product of the vape industry. In fact, it is also used in many fields, such as the medical field. But one thing is undeniable, because vape products have raised atomization technology to the level of science and technology, making it more and more valued by the government and enterprises.
Now, in public places in the industry, few people talk about heaters and atomizing cores. They feel that they are outdated and unable to keep up with the pace. Instead, they are more talking about new words such as the atomization industry, atomization technology, and atomization technology.
Thanks to atomization technology, vape products have developed rapidly in just over a decade. Although there are many problems in the process, the contribution in creating employment opportunities, paying taxes, stimulating exports, and generating foreign exchange income cannot be ignored.
A vape is defined as "an electronic delivery system used to generate an aerosol for human inhalation, etc." Combined with several major categories that practitioners in the industry are more concerned about at present, a detailed analysis and interpretation of zero nicotine categories, synthetic nicotine categories, open vape, and solid vape.
From the perspective of the industry, the so-called zero-nicotine products refer to electronic atomization products that do not contain nicotine, including zero-nicotine fruit-flavored products and zero-nicotine herbal atomization products.
Zero-nicotine fruit-flavored vaping products are relative to nicotine-containing electronic atomization categories (ie vape products). The zero-nicotine herbal atomization product is an electronic atomization product that uses traditional herbal raw materials as the main component of the atomization liquid and does not add nicotine.
Whether it is zero-nicotine fruit-flavored vaping products or zero-nicotine herbal vaping products, both are a new "outlet" for practitioners to avoid policy risks. Many optimists described it as a new track, a new outlet, and even a blue ocean market of hundreds of billions or trillions. At that time, many companies and brands rushed to announce their entry.
Nicotine can be classified as natural nicotine and synthetic nicotine. According to the difference of the original plant extracted, natural nicotine can be subdivided into tobacco nicotine and tobacco-free nicotine
Synthetic nicotine is obtained through multistep chemical reaction directional synthesis under specific reaction conditions, using appropriate chemical reagents as starting materials through the theory of organic and pharmaceutical synthesis.
Compared with natural nicotine, the use of synthetic nicotine-containing atomizing liquid in vape products has some obvious advantages, such as providing a very uniform and neutral flavor, without any tobacco-derived impurities, and high purity zero nitrosamine, In addition, the production capacity is not limited. However, synthetic nicotine also faces certain problems. On the one hand, the production cost is almost 13 times that of natural nicotine. On the other hand, from the perspective of safety, there is no absolute "good or bad" between synthetic nicotine and traditional nicotine.
In the industry, the emergence of synthetic nicotine vape products was originally to exploit legal loopholes and achieve the purpose of avoiding regulatory risks, and the market popularity is relatively high.
In the past few years, synthetic nicotine vape products have almost replaced the market share of natural nicotine vape products, and the market prospect is considered to be very promising.
Open vape products, compared to closed vape products, mean that the atomizer adopts an unclosed and recyclable design structure, allowing users to repeatedly add various preferred atomizing liquids to the atomizer.
During the big vape period, open vape products were once the mainstream in the global market, but were gradually replaced by small vapes. Even so, there are still many loyal users of open vape products, especially players in Europe and the United States.
Solid vape, as opposed to liquid vape, is commonly called "heating herbal medicine" or "low temperature herbal medicine" in the industry.
From the perspective of composition and working principle, the solid-state vape actually adopts the structure of "cartridge + host", in which the atomized substance of the pod uses herbal (non-tobacco) plants as raw materials and adds nicotine, and the host uses heat-not-burn (HNB) The way of working, the nicotine in the pod is delivered to the smoker through the smoke.
In fact, some companies in the industry are deploying solid-state vape products. On the one hand, they are optimistic about the market prospects of heat-not-burn products such as IQOS. On the other hand, they are also looking for new market breakthroughs to avoid policy risks.