Complete Technical Comparison of Sixteen Tobacco Heating Vaporizers From Leading Tobacco Companies

complete 16 heat not burn vaporizers test and analysis report.

Date of Report: 30.07.2020

This report provides detailed technical information about the tobacco heating (HnB) devices from leading tobacco companies. Information provided includes detail technical comparison of device’s properties and device’s performance rates gathered from various tests which were performed in laboratory conditions. Among performed tests are: research of heating temperature, power consumption during sessions, research of heaters feeding signals and heating algorithms, etc.

Report focuses on products from larger market cap companies that have launched tobacco heating devices, including Philip Morris International, British American Tobacco, Imperial Brands, KT&G Corporation, and Japan Tobacco International.

The list of vaporizers as follows:

  • GLO from British American Tobacco (BAT);
  • GLO series 2 from British American Tobacco (BAT);
  • GLO Pro from British American Tobacco (BAT);
  • GLO Nano from British American Tobacco (BAT);
  • GLO Hyper from British American Tobacco (BAT);
  • IQOS 2.4 (1st gen) from Philip Morris International (PMI);
  • IQOS 2.4 Plus from Philip Morris International (PMI);
  • IQOS 3 from Philip Morris International (PMI);
  • IQOS 3 Duo from Philip Morris International (PMI);
  • IQOS 3 Multi from Philip Morris International (PMI);
  • LiL FT Solo 1.0 (LiL Plus+) from Korea Tomorrow & Global Corporation (KT&G);
  • LiL Hybrid from Korea Tomorrow & Global Corporation (KT&G);
  • LiL Hybrid 2.0 from Korea Tomorrow & Global Corporation (KT&G);
  • PULZE from Imperial Brands;
  • Ploom S from Japan Tobacco International (JTI);
  • Ploom S RUS from Japan Tobacco International (JTI).

Table of contents:

REPORT INTRODUCING 4
DEVICES DESCRIPTION 5
TECHNICAL ANALYSIS INTRODUCING 13
TESTS AND TECHNICAL REVIEWS 14
INTERNAL COMPONENTS VIEW 14
HEATER REVIEW 20
AIRFLOW REVIEW 26
PCB REVIEW 33
BATTERY ANALISYS 50
FEEDING SIGNAL TYPE AND TEMPERATURE CONTROL SYSTEM ANALYSIS 58
TEMPERATURE DEVIATION OF HEATER 65
CURRENT CONSUMPTION OF DEVICE 73
BATTERY AND DEVICE ENERGY EFFICIENCY 81

Executive summary excerpt:
There is no common technical pattern in the use of certain device heating elements in the production of units from the leading tobacco companies.
The pros and cons of overall device performance, construction and technical components are compared including ratings that was calculated according to Wingle’s in-house methodology.

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