Hokord Analytical Vaping Complex is the modern tool for creation and analysis of all types of vaping devices. With the help of a vaping machine, you can perform high-precision tests.
- Modular construction
- Remote Control
- Easy service/setting
- Precision calibration
- Realtime monitor
- Export of data
LIST OF SUPPORTED TESTS
- Pressure Drop test
- Vapor Density test
- EPM test
- Puff count test
- Vapor collection for chemical tests
- Software updates
- Easy addition of vaping modules
- New modules in development
- New sensors in development
- New methodology
DEVELOPED FOR TESTING
- Heated tobacco products
E-Vapor density testing
The test shows the visual and numeric differences in vapor density. This test determines how much vapor the device generates during puffing. The test can be used in the research of any type of vape devices. Based on the test results, it is possible to make a conclusion about the quality of the technical solutions used in the devise’s airflow design, as well as obtain information about vapor volume released during a single or a series of puffs, observe the qualitative change in the tightening force and the amount of vapor during the long-term operations of the device or during declared sessions. The test is useful both when comparing the performance of several devices of the same type, and when examining single devices. It should be noted that the settings of the puff parameters for the smoking machine are carried out in accordance with Coresta method No. 81.
Evaporated mass during puff test (EMP test).
This test’s mission is to determine the amount of vaporized material during one puff. The test can be successfully used in the research process of different types of devices: pod-systems, HnB, oil vaporizers, etc
Every machine needs to be calibrated for a certain period of time. This is why we added an easy calibration interface to our software. Bubble meter calibration provides the most accurate test results.
Test for counting maximum puffs from one cartridge, pod, or device. The test is aimed on check the claimed/real number of puffs.
Battery test – complex test for measuring battery life and performance during lifecycles. The main commercial parameter is to know does the analyzed device has claimed battery capacity. This test is carried out to analyze the parameters of the battery installed in the device and its reaction during different current loads. Based on the test results, it is possible to make conclusions about the quality of the battery and the compliance of its real and declared parameters. The information collected during this test can also be used in conclusions about the balance level of the device and used as part of recommendations for improving the characteristics of the device.
This test is intended to find the difference in suction force during puffing. The test determines the amount of force that must be applied for a single puff.
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User friendly interface
|Puff volume||10-150 ml|
|Puff time||1-65000 ms|
|Pause between puffs||1-65000 ms|
|Productivity||Min 20 puffs/min with 1 module|
|Max number of connected vaping modules||Up to 6|
|Storage conditions||14° F to 140° F / -10° C to 60° C at 10% to 90%|
relative humidity, non-condensing
|Power Supply||Power input: 220-110V 7.0 A|
Power output: 24v 25A
|Memory Storage||32 GB (min)|
|Remote control interface||Web based (Windows OS)|
|Dimensions||Module: 60x16x16 cm|
Control Board: 46x11x32 cm
HAVC construction: double comparison set
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Easy update up to 6 modules to 1 control module or
create multiple super analytical stations