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~BAT.' BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY LTD A mcm~r o~'the B'A'T [ndu~,trie~ Group HFDD/pr 2nd August 1990 Dr D. Pangritz, BAT Cigarettenfabriken GmbH, Postfach 30 06 60, D-2000 Hamburg 36, GERMANY, Dear Dirk, BAT pre-meetin9 - Roll Your Own Methods Registered Ol~ce : PO 8ox 4gz Westminster House 7 .'.bllbank London SW|~ 31E Telephone: ot-2z2 {zz2 Telcx: 27384 BATTOB G Fa~imilc No: oi-z22 36~9 In Oslo, we agreed to meet in the afternoon of Monday 24th September at the invitation of B.A.T. Netherlands. Would you kindly advise Peter of your likely arrival time and also if you would ~ike him to make an hotel reservation for you for the evening of 24th September. I propose to ask B.A.T. Netherlands to make a booking for me in town rather than go to the Pullman Hotel at the airport. Perhaps those that are staying overnight could have dinner together? I look forward to seeing you. Kind regards. Yours sincerely, H.F.D. D=L/mond c.c. Peter Scheffers O C~ O ,.D BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 ii i ii]iiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii
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• HAT BRiTISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY LTD A mcmbcr of~hc B'A'T lndu~lric~ Group HFDD/pr 2rid August 1990 Mr P. Manley, BAT Benelux S.A., 38-40 Rue de Koninck, B-1080 BruxeIles, BELGIUM, R¢.cis¢=red O~cc: |>0 BoX 482 %i,'c~tminster House 7 Millbank London SW,P 3JE l'cLcphonc: 0[°222 1222 Telex: z7384 BATrOB G Facsimile No: ol-z22 36S9 Dear Paul, BAT pre-meeti~ - Roll Your Own Methods In Oslo, we agreed to meet in the afternoon of Monday 24th September at the invitation of B.A.T. Netherlands. Would you kindly advise Peter of your likely arrival time and also if you would like him to make an hotel reservation for you for the evening of 24th Septe~er. I propose to ask B.A.T. Netherlands to make a booking for me in town rather than go to the Pullman Hotel at the airport. Perhaps those tha: are staying overnight could have dinner together? I look forward to seeing you. Kind regards. Yours sincerely, c.c. Peter Scheffers Ic ...,r~r.llc.I ~1 [ ,,,~,h~l ~. :'1:~¢'~ " : ,"~ (" ~b!c ' VvhlL 'tier '= ,.r~,l,,=~ "s'A'~ 0 C) 0 0 0 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i iii ii]iiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii
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'BAT¸ BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY LTD A member ofthc B.AT Indu~rte~ Group HFDD/pr 2rid August 1990 Mr F. de Vrois, BAT Benelux S.A., 38-40 Rue de Koninck, B-1080 Bruxel les, BELGIUM, Registered O~cc : PO Box 4Bz Wesmainscer House 7 ,\'ti|lbank London S'¢zP 3.[E Telephone: ot-nz in: Telex : 27384 BATTOB G Facsimile No: ¢t-zzz 3659 Dear Francis, BAT pre-meetin9 - Roll Yaur Own Methods In 0slo, we agreed to meet in the afternoon of Monday 24th September at the invitation of B.A.T. Netherlands. Would you kindly advise Peter of your likely arrlval time and also if you would like him to make an hotel reservation for you for the evening of 24th September. I propose to ask B.A.T. Netherlands to make a booking for me in town rather than go to the Pullman Hotel at the airport. Perhaps those that are staying overnight could have dinner together? I look forward to seeing you. Kind regards. Yours sincerely, .4" H.F.D. D~mond c.c. Peter Scheffers |ncori~or~.,:cJ t~l l.,,~ldoa Ntlmi-cr -.; ,'..1 f~.~hi,:-" 'k'O~,tdzr 1 ,,l'~,!on S\X~ O CD CD 0 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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' BAT BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY LTD A member of~h¢ B A-T |nd=-;r~cs Group HFDD/pr 2nd August 1990 Mr H. Thomsen, Skandinavisk Tobakskompagni A/S, Tobaksvejen 4, DK 2860 Soborg, DENMARK, R~gistered Off'c"- : DO Box 48z ~'¢,:rn~n~tcr House ? ,%liHbank London S\%'IP 3JE Telephone: ol-2z-~ Iz2.~ Telex: z7394 BA'FTOB G Fa=simile No: "~I-22") 3650 Dear Hans, BAT pre-meetin9 - Roll Your Own Methods In 0slo, we agreed to meet in the afternoon of Monday 24th September at the invitation of B.A.T. Netherlands. ~ould you kindly advise Peter of your likely arrival time and also if you would like him to make an hotel reservation for you for the evenin9 of 24th September. I propose to ask B.A.T. Netherlands to make a booking for me in town rather than go to the Pullman Hotel at the airport. Perhaps those that are staying overnight could have dinner together? I look forward to seeing you. Kind regards. Yours sincerely, H.F.D. c.c. Peter Scheffers O O O BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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T Ii 15est[mmun& der Ausbeute(~.h[skeit yon Fe[nschnitt-TabaJ< I I Verlahren [gr Rauchkondensat und Rauchaikaloide i ) I i i I "-=~.. i Zweck und Anwendungsbereich Diese arn~Liche Me'.hode beschreibT ein Verfahren zur Besdmmung dec Ausbeute- ~higkeit yon Feinschnitt°Tabak fL)r die Parame:er Rauchkondensa~ und Rauch- alkaJoide (NEkoIin). DEe nach dieser. Melhode erhaJtenen ~t,'erI:e sind nicht dazu geeJgnet, eine~ Ve:~leich mit den nach den am:lichen Melhoden T 60~}}-~ und T 60.,0~-5 bestin~rn,~en Werten (0r Fabr[kzigareI:en herzus~eUen (siehe Abschnit~ ~0.3). 2 BegrEfl Un=er der Ausbeute~ihigkei~ der in Abschni~t I genannten Erzeugnisse wird cI~e nach dem bier beschriebenen Verfahren ermittelte ,Ausbeute~ihigke~t vers~anden. SEe wird in m~/~ a,nBegeben. 3 Kurzbeschreibun~ Aus dem FeEnschnit~-Tabak werden Prii;Clin~e her~es:e[It und nach de~ amtlichen .%lethode T 60.05-3 zb~eraucht AnschiieSend werden das Rauchkondensat nach def am~lichen X~e~hede T &O.05-~ und die AIkaloide im Rauchkondensat nach tier am~lichen Me:bode T 60.05~5 bestimm~. ~, Chemikalien Siehe amdiche ~.le~.hoden T 60.00°I~ T 60.05-~ und T 80.0,%5. i i O ! O | ol Lrl (ZD BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i i i iiJiiiiiiiii iii))iiiii
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/ / Amtl. Samm!un~ ~ 35 LMBG -Z- ';'-~o->-" 3 GerSte und Hil[smit~el ======================= Zus~tzfich zu den fEJr das maschine[ie A~rauchen de.- Pr6~li~se sowie die Bestimrnun~ des R.auchkondensa~s und der Alka[oide im Rauchkondensa~ erforderlichen Gereite und HilEsmittel (siehe arn~liche Methoden T 60.D5-2 bis 5) ~erden ben6tt~t: 5.J1 V0rrichtun~ *) zum Herste[len der PrGflin~e Hinweis: Die Vorrichtun~ muB &eeignet se[n, unter Verwendung der Hi~'.sen nach Abschnitt 5.2 einen PHJf|ing zu sto.ofen) der die An£orderu~gen nach Ab$chnitt 72 er]gHt. Die 8ew~h|te Vorrichtur,8 ~st im Untersuchungsbericht anzugeben. ~. PapierhiJ|sen *) ohne Filter, geeigne', zur HersleUun8 eines Prl}Hinss entsprechen~ den Er[ordernissen nach .~,bschnitt 72 mit io]~enden Papierqualit~=en: Dicke (I0 Lagen) Fl~chengewich~ F(Jlls:o Hanteil [rnpr~ignation (Glimmsat~onteiL) Lu ~td ur chl ~ss[~ keit (~l:~,O) pm (beszimmt nach DIN 53[05 Teil l) ,h (2~-2,0) 8/m' (bes~imrnr nach DIN 5310¢ BIa~t 2) (2~3,O)~)CaCO3 (bes~immt nach O[~ ~4363) (0,6~0,2)~ l)l:ri_ Kaliumcitr &t) " (OG*-0,2)%I )Na~iumacetat (jC=5,0}crn~/min-cm~ (bestimrnt nach DIN 102t~7~ z.Z. ~ntwur~) 6 Probenahme 6.~ Probenahme-Pr0 folan (Hegt im Rahmen der Amtlichen Sammlun~ z.". noch nicht vet) 62 Probenahme-Technik Fi2r jede Untersuchun~ v,'erden n^ Prudmae ber,6d.~. Es wet-den mEnd~stens l0 Packun~en Feinschnitt-Tabak entnommen, wobei darauf zu &chten [st, da{~ mindestens 500 ~ Feinschnitt-Tabak ver£Li6bar sind. Die Proben werden am Markt, beim Herste!ler, Importeur oder CroBh~ndter nach statistischen Gesich~spunkten entnommen. Bei der Entnahme sind sinngem~6 die Festlegunsen nach den amttichen Methoden T 60.05-[ und T 60J~}-6 zu beachten. *) Bezussquellen: [. EFKA-Werke Fritz Kiehn GmbH, Postfach 1257, 721~ Trossinst'r, 2. Giceh-~Verk GrnbH, Postfach [252, Bre~ter We,4 ~0, 5275 BL'ri4~.cu~adt l t} ~lasseqanteil in % 4~ 0 0 0 0 U~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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Amtl. Sammlung § 35 LMBG -3- T 6G.S2.0 [-[ Seite 7 Durchfdhrung 7.1 VorbereJtunf~ aer Probe D~e Tabake der einze|nen Packun~en werde.~ nicht mi[einander vermisch~o Die Proben werden nach der amdichen .Me~hode T 60J30-3 kondi~ionier=. 72 5eschreibun~ des Prtiiiin~s Gesamd~nse : 70 mm- I mm Durchmesser : 8,0 rnm - O,[ rnm Tabakeinsatzgew[cht: 100O mg 20 mg 7.3 Hers~eHen der Prdflinee Die flit die HersteHuni~ der P."dflin~e erforderIichen Einze!mensen werden der ~esarnten Untersuchun~sprobe nach Abschnit: 7.1 zufalls~erecht ent~ommen. Eine konditionierte Tabakmenge) die es e.,Tn6glicht) ellen PrL~flin~ nach Abschnit: 7,?- herzustelIen) wird ein~ewogen. Mit Hilfe der Vorrichtun8 nach Abschnitz 5.1 und el.net PapierhLi[se nach Abschnir.t 52 w[rd daraus ein Pr~.~J[ng her~es:eHt. Die an beiden Seiten L~bers%ehenden Tabak~asern werden vorsich~i~ abgesci'~Et%en. Die Prdflin~e werden bis zum Abrauchen so ~elaBerI, da)~- sich der dutch die Kondi:ion[erun~ erre~ch!e G[eEc:~ewichtszustand nich: ~nder~:. 7.~. Bestimmun~ der PriJI|~nil_,aarame:er 7.¢.1 Was.ser~ehal= des Tabaks Unmitle|bar vor dem Abrauchen w[rd tier ~,Vasser~eha~z des Tabaks besdm,'n~, Die Untersuchun~ wird nach der amtlicnen Metbcde T 60~30-[ durchsefC]hr:. Es sind Pr,Lif]inse nach .AbschniI~. 7~ :u verwende~. 7.Q..2 Tabake~nsa~z~ewzcht bnrnitte[bar vor dern Abrauchen wird das e,~fekt~ve Tabakeinsa:z~ewich~ der Pri~fIEn~e (abziJ~iich des VisarettenpapEe.'s) bes:imm=. HEerzu wird der ~itte[wert der flit e~nen Rauch~an~ vor~esehene.~ 20 Prt~fl~n~ bes~immt. ~ieser M~-ce~wer~ w~d den jewe[I[~en Er~ebn~ssen der Rauchanalyse zuBeordnet. PriJHin~e ~elten als ordnun~s~emi~3 hersestell~, wenn das so best~mrnte e.(fek~ive~ rnitdere Tabakeinsatz~ewicht yore 5oilwerI 1000 .-n~ nach Absci~nitt 7.2 um nicht mehr a[s ~ ~ ms abweich{. O C) CD Ln C) Ox BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001
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// Amd, S~mmiung § 35 L:,ISG -4-- T 60~2~0 i-I 5eite 7.a.} Zu~uiderstand A~ ei,Rer 5dchprobe yon n=I0 PrGilingen wicc der Zugwiderstar.d nach DIN [025| beslimrnc. Dec m~tdere Zugwiderstand soIIte zwEsc~en 0,5 und G,S kPa IEe~en. 7J Rauchanalvse Das maschineUe Al~auchen tier PrtiIIin&e (siehe amdiche Me~hoden T &0~5-2 und }) er:{olgl unmiI:.~Ibar kn AnschluB an die Entnanme der Prti~tinge aus dem KondidonierungskIima (siehe Abschn~I 7.1). DEe Beszimmun8 des Rauchkondensats wird nach der amtlichen Me:hode T 60.05-~, die Bes:irnmun~ der .-~katoide [m Rauchkondensat nach der amtJ~chen Methode T 60.05~5 durch~e-~Ghr=. 8 Auswe~'tun~ 8.[ Berechnun~ ,der ,~kusbeute(~hi~kei% fEJr nikotinhalt[~es Tcocke~.kondensat ~Ee Ausbe~%e.f~n[~ke[I Ii]r nikot~nhalz~e$ Trockenkondensat K ~ ms/~ Tabak ~vird nach £olgender GIeichung berechne*~: m[ K~ =l m mE (~) m[ .Masse des bei e.Mem AbrauchvorBans erhalte~en n[l<ot~nha~%£Sen Trockenkondensar.s in m8 mE Masse des ~Lir e[nen Abrauchvorsans e[n~esetz~en, kond[do~ierten Tabaks (Tabake~nsa%zsew~chI) ~n Das Er~ebn~s wird au~ e~ne Stelle nach dem :Komma ~erundet an~e~eben. 3.2 Berechnun~ der ,A, usbeute(~hi~tke[t f~Jr Alkaloide [}~e Ausbeu%eI~h~ske~t (~r Alkaloide HniC (ange~eben a~s ~ikotin) in m~/a Tabak wird nach [oi~ender Gleichun~ berec~hnet: m2 Hr~ic = mE (2) m2 Masse der bei einem Abrauchvorgan~ erhal~enen Alkaloide {anseseben als NEl~otin) En mg mE Masse des [~ir einen Abrauchvorsan~ e~n~esetzten) kond~t~oniercen Tabaks (TabakeEnsatz~ewich~) En 0 0 0 0 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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/ -5- Amd. Sammiung § 35 LMBG T 6G.C2o: l- t Se.:e Das F_rgebnLs ,~vtrC aul z,ue~ Ste!len nacla dem Komma F~e:under. ~_nge:~e~en. 8.3 Berecnnun~ dec Ausbeu~ef~hi~keit f~ niko:in{reies Tr0ckeekccdensa: Die Au.sbeutef~,hi~keit {~r nikotinfreLes Trockenkoncens~: K Ln m~[~ Tabak wird nach fol~ender Gieichung berechnet: K : K - H. (3) f'l flit Kn Ausbeutefahlgkeit fiJr niko¢inhaltiges T:cckenkoncensat (berechne~ nach Gleic~hung ([)) ~n mg/g H . .-kusbeuteZ~higkeit [i]r Alkaloide (berechne'. nach nlc GLeichung (2)) in mg/g [:}as Ergebnis w~rd aut e, ne Ste[le nacn dem Komma &er,Jndet =_n~eaeben. Hmweis: Die nach den Abschnitze.~ 3.1 bis $.3 erh&!tenen ~Ver:e dienem zur Rans- "folgebii~ung der Ausbeu~e~hEgke~ fC~r K~ndensa~ ~C Nikc:in inner- halb der verschiedenen Feinschm~-Ta~akmatken° Sic kdnnen dutch die ind[vidue[le Ge~taltun~ des Rauchpracu~tes dutch den Fm,nschmt~® • anwende.- sehr stark varEieren (siehe .-~bschm~,t ~0,3), 8.~ Zuverl~ssi~kei: der Methode O~e nachfo~genden Daten ~vurden im Rinsversucn mL," 6 Tealnenmern an 3 Fein- schni~-T~baken mi~ Ausbeu~e(~ihi~kei:en f~ir Kcnder.sat zwisc.~en e~wa 17 ~ad 21 rag/8 sowie ~Eir Nikotin zwischen etwa 1,5 ~nd 2,2 m~/~ ermilzelt. 3.~,.! V,'ieeerhe!barke~.: (r) und ~.~.2 Ver~[eichbarkei~ (R) Konclensat I,~5 i ~ l,[i Nikottn G,iS ~ O,t3 r I S(r) fR Is(R) ( Aite Ang~bcn in m~/g ) I I = 0,51 3,[~- i ~ 0,06 0,35 CD C~ O Lm O CO BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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/ ,a.md. Sammh,_ng § 35 LMBG T 6G.$2.~ [-L 5e::e 9 Un t er such ungs C)er ic.~ I Der Unters~h,~ngsberichc ist sinngem~ nacn de: amdic.~.en ~!e:hode T GG.05-~ anzuiertigen. Zusatzt~cJ'~ sind die Vorrlchtung zum Hers~e.qen dec P:Qfl~rge (sLehe A~schnitt 5.[)und oer mitllere Zugwidersland (siehe .:kbschni~ 7.~o3)~r.zugeben. LO ErL~uteru~gen und Hinweise t0.t .-ku~ die im Rahrnen der "AnLeitung zur Ab~assung der Met.'.oden" ~r~ e~nle.~ tenden TeU, d~r Amtlichen Sammlung gegebenen aJJge~einen Er!gu:ec'uhgen '~ir~ verw.'.esen. I0.2 Diese ~mdi~ne 3~ethode stimmc im wesentI/cnen s~chLich L;berein mit dem yore D[N-,-krbe~,tsausschul~ "Tabak- und Tabakrauchana~.yse', erar~etteten ~.~d ~m Rinsversuch mi~ :nsgesamt [[ Teiinehmern an 6 T~bakscrcen ge.=rC~:e.~ Gelbdruck DiN I.,~23G (Bes~mmung der Ausbeu~e~ahigke~t ven Feinschn~t~-Tabak; ver~ahren (~" ,Rau~',k6nCe~sa~ und Raucha[ka~o~¢e). D[e bei ~iese~. R~n~versucn erha[tenen Renndaten s~:mmen im wesentlichen met den uncer Abscnr, itt ~.~ au~ge'.'~hrten Wer',en (Jber ~n. I0,3 Fetnschnitt-Tabak wird im Gegensatz zu F~bc~.kz~g~:e,,ten =_!s F.~tb~ert~- fabrikat angeboten. Un:ersuchungen haben gez~ig:, da~ die veto Verbr=_ucher aus cie.m Fei~chn~t~-Tabak ge~erzigten Zigare:zen erhebliche Un~erschiede au~we~sen. Da das Design (z.B. Tabakmenge, Stop[dichte, Durcnmesser, Lu~.-.durchb'=ssigkeit des_ Zi~arettenpapiers) einen groSen Ein[lut3 au[ die Analvsenerge=nisse hat, Lst es le~t~lErzq m~gL~c;-., unter s~ar.dardisierten Sedingungen eine ,-%.usbeute.~higke:~ des TaP_~ks zu best:tureen, die einen VergleicZ'~ zwtschen verschiedenen Feinschnitt- Taoaken zuial3t. Angaben [igr yore Veroraucher ind~vidue)! ge[ert~g,.e Zigarette~ s~nd wegen tier dutch das Design verursachte.~, Ln=erschie~e der Kondensat= und Niko~nwer~e nich~ m~g~Ech, I [ Scnct~um =====_.-==== === = "~ter~e ),let~eden cter Amtlicnen Sammlung (Tahc,-<eczeugmSSe),~nc DIN-,~ormen: T ~C.S O- T 6C.SC-) T 63o5 5-! Bestimmung des Wassergehalts; Re.~erenzverCahre~ (nach DIN' i0252) Klima zum Konditionieren und P.-O~er. (hath DIN lC,2'-=.' Probenanme yon Zigare~,ten; Probena~,me am ~larkt zur ~es~.~mmung der .M~t~c[werte yon Rauchmhal~ssto~[en (ca,:h r]l~'. IC.2~6 Te, i [) i Q I -! • ",.0 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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Am~J.. Samm~ung § 35 L.~,IBG T 6C.52.3 [- [ Sette T 68oS3- 2 T 6G.0)-3 T 6G,95-~ T 60,05-3 T 60.05=6 DIN t02~7 - (z.Z. Ent= w~f) DIN I025[ DIN 53[0# Blair 2 DIN 53[05 Tei| i DIN 56363 Mascmne!les Abraucnen von Z]~aretten und 3estimmung :es Rauc.h- kondensats; ,-knfor~erunsen an eLne ana[ytLscne Rauchm~schine (nach DIN |0240 Tei| l) MascnmeLle$ Abrauchen yon Zigaretten uno 8es:im.rnun~ Ces Ra~ch- kondensaI:s; Abrauchver£.~hren (hath DIN [02~0 Teil 2} Mascnine[les Abrauchen yon Zigare:ten und 8es:immun~ ces Rauch- koncensats; Bestimmun~ des Rohkoncensats ,,_~d des n[kot;nfre.~en) trockenen Rauchkondensals (hath DhN 102~O Tell 3) Bestimmung dec AIkaIoide in Zigare:~en=Rauchkondensa:en; Speko tratphotometnsches Ver~a:~,re~ (nach DiN tO2~2) Probenahrne von ~'igaretten; Probe,~hme be.~m HersteL)er, Impocteur oder GcoSh~ndler z,ar Bestimmung cer Mittetwerte yon Raucnin- haltss~offen (hath DI~ [02~6 TeEi 2) Material zur HersIe|lun~ yon UmhE'lfunsen ~CLr Z[~aret~eniHter, Z[garetten und andere Tabakerze~nisse; 5es~immun~ der Luftdurch- L~ss~ke~t Untersuchun~ von Tabak und Tabakerzeu~mssen; 5estimmun~ des Zu~widerstandes; BeBrE(£e und 6edEn~un~en Pr~fung yon Papier und Pappe; Bestimrnung de," fL~che~bezagenen . Masse der Lagen yon WeHpappen PrL~fung yon Pap~er und Pagpe; 5esclmmun~ cer mit~.tere~ Oi~<e yon Einzelb[altern) der RohaiGb~e und ~es spezt.qschen Volumens PrUfung yon Zellstoff und Papier; Bestimmun~ der Geha':e an Eisen, .~angan, Kupfer, Ca|ciu~n und ~Aagnes~ ,urn; Bes:~mmung curcn Atom- absor ptionsspektrome~r :e (AAS) O O O I l O BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i iii iiii]iiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii
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Febr unr 1990 IAmlli~c 5ommlun9 fon Unlersu~ungsrer/ohren nao9 ~JSZR2~61 T ] Un/crsud un9 yon I Bestimmung dec Ausbe,utef~ihi k~ yon Feinschni~t-Tabak I Ver[ahren fijr Rauchkondensat und Raucha|ka~eide I i ! I I I 60.02.0 ~ I i I k [ J [ Zweck und Anwendungsbereich D~ese amtlEche Me,bode beschreibt ein Verfahren zur 5es~mur~F~ dec Ausbeuteo f~higkeit yon Feinschnitt-Tabak [lir die Parameter Rauchkondensat und Rauch- aika[oide (Nikotin). Die nach diesec %~ethode erhal~enen \Verte sind nicht dazu geei~net, einen Verg|eich mit den nach den amdichen Mezhoden T 60~5-4 und T 60J35-5 bestimmten Werten [Or Fabrikzigaretten herzustem|en (siehe Abschnitt 10.3). 2 Begriff Unter der Ausbe,ute~higkek dec in Abschnit~ I genannten Eczeugnisse wird die nach dem hier bescnriebenen Verfahcen erm~tteite Ausl~eutei~ihigkeit verstanCeno Sic w~rd in rag/8 angegeben. 3 KurzbeschreJbung Aus dem Fe~nschnittoTabak werden Pcdflinge hergeste~lt und nach dec amHichen Methode T 60.0~-3 ab~eraucht. Ansch[iel3end werden das Rauchkondensat nach der amtlichen ~ethode T 60.0~-~ und die Alkaioide im Rauchkonden~a~ nach der amT|ic,hen Me'.hode T ~OJ~-~ bestimmt. ¢ Chemikalien ====:====== =-_~ Siehe amdic,~e ~le~hoden T GO.(}O-l, T ~0.0~-~ und T 6~.0~-~. 0 0 0 cjr'l BATCo document for Legal Services " Health Canada 28 February 2001
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,&.rntL Samm~un~ § }5 L.~oIBG -Z- T 60o.~2.0 l-t Seite 5 Ger~ und Hi[[smittel Zus~tzlich zu den [Lit das masc~nelle Abrauchen der PrLiflinge sc'~ie die Bestirnmung des Rauchkondensats und der A[kaloide im Rauchkondensat erforder!icnen GerSte und HilfsmitteI (siehe amtliche Methoden T 60.05-2 bis 5) ~erden benot~gt: 5.1 Vorrichtur, g *) zum Hers~ellen der PrLiflinge Hinweis: Die Vorrichtung mu8 geeignet sein~ unter Verwendung der Hl~lsen nacn Abschnit~ 5.2 einen Pr~£1in~ zu stopfen, der die An~ocderungen nach Abschnit~ 7.2. erifiUt. Die gew~hlte Vorrichtung is~ [m Un~ersuchungsbericht anzugeben. 5.2 Pap~erh~JLsen *) ohne Filter, gee~ne= zur Herstel[un8 eines Pr~':[Ln~s entsprechend den Erfordernissen nach Abschni/t 7,2 mit folgenGen PapterquaIit~.~en: Dicke (~.0 Lagen) Fl~chenge,~ ich~ FiJllsto~i~nteil [m pr~gna~on [gLimmsa~za.teiD Lu~durchiaLssigkeit (#1::5,.~) pm (besti.mmt nach DIN ~3105 Te:i ].) (25t2,0) g/m~ (bestimmt nach DIN 5310U E, la:z 2) (25t3,O)~l)CaCO~ (bes~immt nach DiN .5t~363) (0,6+0,2)~ l)=ri.Kaliumc~trat ~ ' (0&t0,2)%l)Natr~umacetat (50*-5,0)cm3/rnin.cm~ (bestimmt nach D|N Ig2"7, z.Z. En~wurf) 6 Probenahme G,I ?robenahme-Prl~[olan (Iieg~ im Rahmen dec .'~rntIichen Sammlun8 z°Z. noch nicht vor) 6~ ~robenahme-Technik FL~r ieae iJn~ersuchun~ werden 200 PrLiilin~e ben~tigt. Es ,~erden mmdes~ens ~0 Packungen Fe~nschni:t-Tabak entnommen, wobei darau~ zu ~_ch~en is~ da~ mindestens 500 g Fe[nschnitt°Tabak ver~lisbar sind. Die Proben werden am ~|arkt, beirn Herstel[er, Imporseur oder GroSh~nd[er nach s~atis%;,s¢:-en Gestchtspunk~en enlnornmen. Bei der Entnahme sind sinngem~13 die Fes~legur, gen nach den amtl:,chen Methoden T 60.05-I und T G0.05-6 z~ beach=en. *) Bezu~squel[en: [. EFKA-Werke Fritz K[ehn GmbH, Post[ach 12.~7, 7213 Ttossingc.n 2. G~ceh-~Verk GmbH, Post.rach [252, Breiter Wet4 ~0~ 527.5 L~.:rgnL.u~tadt [ [) \lassenan~eil in % C3 0 C3 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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Amtl. Sammlung § 35 L.~IBG T 60,02.0 t-I 5eite 7 Durchf~hrun~ 7.! Vorberei~un~ ~er Probe Die Tabake der e~zeinen Packungen werden niche m[teinander vermischto Die Proben werden nach der amHichen Methode T 60~0-3 kond~tton~er=o 7.2 8eschreibun~ des Pr6flin~s Gesamtl~nge : 70 mm : I mm Durchmesser : 8,0ram ~- 0,1 mm Tabakeinsatzgewich~: I000 mg t 20 mg 7.3 Herstelfen der Prliflin,~e Die [iic die HersteH~ng dec Prliflinge erfocderiichen Einzelmengen werden der gesarnten Untersuchungspcobe nach Abschnitt 7ol zu£atlsgerech: entnommen. Eine konditionier=e Tabakmenge, die es errn~glicht, ei~en Prd£l[ng nach Absc,hnitt 7,2 herzustelien, w[cd e~ngewogen. Mit Hilfe dec Vorrichtung nach Abschnit~ 5.i und einer Papierhlilse nach Abschnitt 5~ wird daraus e~n PrlifHng hergesteHt. Die an beiden Sehen (]berstehenden Tabakfasern werden vorsichtig abgeschni~=en. Die PrEJf}inge werden bis zum Abcauchen so ge|ager% da~ sich der dutch die Konditionierung erreichte Gleichgewichtszustand nicht ~nderto 7.~) Bestimmun~ c~er PriJfli~soararneter 7.4.i ~Vasser~ehalt des Tabaks Unmix~eibar vor dem Abrauchen wird der Wassergehalt des Tabaks bes~nmt. Die Untersuchung wird nach der amt|ichen Methode T 60D0-1 durchge~lil=r:. Es sind PrlJIJinBe nach Abschnitt 7.3 zu verwenden. 7.~ Tabakeinsatz~ewicht Onmittelbar vor dem Abrauchen wird das e(lektive Tabakeinsazzgew~cht der PriiHinge (abztJg[~ch des --igacet..enpapiers) bestimmt. Hierzu wird der Mittelwert der[Cir einen Rauchgar, g vorgesehenen 20 PrEitlinge bestimm~. Diesec Mittelwect weed den jewe~|igen ErBebn~ssen der Rauchanalyse zugeordnet. Pr~J£1inge gelten als ordnungsgem~ hergestelIt, wenn das so bestimmte e~iekt[ve: m[ttlere Tabakeinsatzgewicht yore SoHwert I000 mg nach Abschnitt 7.2 urn nicht mehc als +- ~ mg abweicht. O O G U~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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Amd. Sammlung § 3~ LMBG -4-- T 60.92.0 I-! 5eite 7.~.3 Zuelwider stand An einer Stichprobe yon n=[0 Prliflingen w~rd der ?-ugwiders%and nach DIN 10251 bes~£mmt. Oer mittlere Zugw[derstand so[Ire zw£schen 0,3 und 0,S kPa t[egeno 7J Rauchanalvse Das maschineile Abcauchen der Pr0flinge (siehe amt!iche Methoden T 60,.05=2 und 3) erfoJgr unmEttelbar im An~zhluI~ an die Entnahme der PrEifIinge aus dem KonditjonierungskJimc) (siehe Abschnitl 7o[). Die Bestimmung des Rauchkondensals wErd nach der amtlichen Methode T 60.05-~, die Beslimmung der AlkaJoide im Rauchkondensa~ nach der amtlichen Methcde T 60~05-5 durchgeIOhr~. S A.uswef;ung 8.1 8erechnun~ der Ausbeutef~ihi~[keit for mikotEnhaiti~es TrocI<enkondensat Die Ausbeutef~higkeit ~Eir nikotinhaJtiges Trockenkondensat Kn in mg/g Tabak w[rd nach folgender Gleichung berechnet: m l mE (I) mI Masse des bei einem Abrauchvorgang erhal:enen nikor~nhaltigen Trockenkondensats [n mg mE Masse des ~{Jr einen Abrauchvorgang eingesetz~en, konditionEerten Tabaks (Tabakeinsatzgewicht} ~n g Das Ergebnis wtrd auf eine Stelle nach dem Komma gerundet angegeben. 8.2 BerechnunR der Ausbeutef~h[~keit fL~r Alka[oEde DEe Ausbeu:ef~higkei~ flit Alkaio[de Hnic (angegeben aJs NiKotin) En mg/g Tabak wird nach foigender Gteichung berechnet," -- m2 Hni¢ - mE (2) rn2 Masse der bei einem Abrauchvorgang erha|Ienen Alka[oide (angegeben als Nikot}n) in mg mE Masse des (dr einen Abrauchvorgang eimgesetz~en, konditionier~en Tabaks (Tabakeinsatzgewicht) An g C) O O Ln O', BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 ~ i iiiliiiiiiiii iiiiiiiii¸
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Amd. Samm._~g § 35 L~tI3G T 60.02oC 1-! Seite [3as Ergebm..: wir¢l auf zwel S~el|en nach dem Komma gerunde~ angegeben. 8~ Berechr.L~g ~er Ausbeu=efEhigkeit .fOr nikotinfreies Trockenkondensal: D~e A~beu:e.~h~.gkeit for nikotLnfreJes Trockenkondensa, K in mg/g Tabak wircl nach Iolgencer Gleichung berecl~net: K = K -H . (3) nlc Kn Au~be;:efahigkeit f~r nikotinhaltiges Trockenkondensat (beret:net nach Gleichung ([)) in rng/8 Hnic :kusbe,_teG~higkeit 1C~I" Atkaloicle (berechnet nach Gleic~ung (2)) in mg/g Das Ergebni=_ wird auf eine SteHe nach dem Komma gerundet ansegeben. Hinweis: D:e nach ~en Abschn~tten 3.1 bis 8.3 erhaltenen Wer~e dienen zur Ra~g~ ::;~ebildung der Ausbeutefahigi~e[t :{tit Kondensat und Nikotin inner- ~'.a.rb der verschi.edenen Feinschnitt-Tabakmarken° S~,e k~nnen dutch c:e individueHe Qestaltung ces Rauchproduktes durch den Feinschni~t- • a.-.wenCer sehr stark var~ieren (siehe .A.bschnit~ I0.~). 8,t* Zuveri~ssizkeit ~r Methode Die nachfol~enden Daten wL~den im Rin~versuc,~ m[t 6 Tei[nehmern an 3 Fein- schnit~-Taba.<en mi: A~sbeutef~hi~kel~en ffir Kondensat zwisch~n etwa [7 u~d 21 mg/g sov.:.e iL}r Nikotin zwischen e=wa [)3 uncI 2)2 mg/g ermi~telt. 3.a,.~. Wiecerr.olbarkeit (r) und 8,0.2 Vetg~e~cnbarkeit {R) NEkot~n s(r) R ( ,Mle .~,ngaben in mg/g C,IS - 0,5i - 0,06 3,1a 0,35 s(R) - 1,1 l * 0,13 C) C) Ln BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 : i i ii]iiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii
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-6- Amd. SammLang ~ 35 LMBG T 60.52o0 l = 1 Seite 9 L, nt er suchun8sber [cht Der L;ntersachun~s~ericht ist sinngemal3 nach tier am:lichen Me~hode T 6C.0~-~ anzulertigen° Zusatzlicl~ sind die Vorrichtung zum Hers~eUen der PrLiflinge (sie~e Abschnit~ 5.') ~nd der mit~lere Zugwiderscand (s~ehe Abschmtt 7.4.3)anzt~geben. 10 Erl;~uterungen und Hinweise lO._Jl ,A.u:E die im Rahmen der "Anle[tung zur ,Ab~assung Cer Met,~oden" im einlei- tenden Tei] der ,a.mttichen Sammlung g~ebenen aIlge ,'neinen Eri6uterL~'~gen wird verwlesen. [0.2 Diese amdicne Methode stimm~ im wesentlichen sachlich Liberein m~t dem vom D[N-Arbei:sausschul.~ "Tabak- und Tabakrauchanalyse" erarbe~teten und im Ringversuch mit insgesamt 11 Teilnehmern an 6 T~baksorten ~eprij{ten Gelbdruck OtN [02~6 (Bes~mmun~ dec .-kusbeute£~.higkett yon Feinschnitt-Tabak; Ver~ahren (Lk Rauchl<ondensa[ und Raucha!,ka[oi~e). Die bei Ciesem [R.ir~versuch erhatl:enen Kennda~en s~mmen im wesentii,-.hen miI .den unter ,a, bschnltt 3.a a~$efi3hr~en Werten Lib~r ein. IO.~ Feinschni~t-Tabak wird [m Gegensa~z zu Fabrikzigare,.Ien a~s HalbLert~g- (abcikat angeboten. Untersuchungen haben 8ezeisI, da~3 die yore Verbraucher aus dem Fe~nsct~ni~z-Tabak gefertigten ZiBaretten erhebRche Untersch[ede au~weisen. ida das Design (z.5. Tabakmenge, StopidiGhte, Durchmesser, Lu~tdurchlLis~igke}.t des Zi~ace~tengagiers)e[nen ~rol3en Ei~lu6 au[ dJe AnalysenergebnEsse hat, ~.st es lec~iglich m~Jich, unler s~andardLsierten 5ec~ingungen eine Ausbeutef~higke~t des Tabaks zu best,tureen, dae einen Vergleich zw:scher~ versch~edenen FeinschnEtt- Tab&ken zul~ii~t..~n~aben .~i3r vom Verbrav=cher mdividuc!l ge~er~.~gte Z:garetten sind wegen der durch das Design verursacnten I~nterschiede der Kondensa[- u~d ~'4iko~mwerte nicht mdglich. I I Schrl~ttum ===.= m..~=: == ~== = Z),tierte Met.~oclen der Amtlichen Sammlung (Tabakerzeugn~sse) ur~d DlN-.Normen: T 60.O0-I T 66.00-3 T 60.05-i Bestimmur~l~ des Wassergenal:s; Referenzverfahre~ (nach DI'K I0252) KtJma zum Kond[tionLeren ucd PrLilen (nach D[,N {02~~') Probenahme vor. Eigaretten; Probenahme am \larkt zur Be~timmung der ~.ht~eiwerte yon Rauchinnaltsstoflen (na~:h DIN 102e6 T::,I 1) O O O 03 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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-7- Amtl. Sammlung § 35 LMBG T 60.02.~ [-i Se:te T &O.gS- 2 T 60.05-3 T 60.05-~ T 60.0 ~5 T 60.05-8 DIN I02~7 (z.Z. Ent- wurf) DIN 10251 DIN 5310~ Bla[~ 2 DIN 53105 Teil 1 DIN 5#363 Maschmelles Abrauchen yon Zigare~ten und 5estimmung des Rauch- konde~sats; AnIorderungen an eine anaiy~isc,he Rauchmaschine (hath DIN 10240 Tell ]) Maschmeiles Abcauchen yon Zigacetten und _~estimmung des Rauch- kor, densa~s; Abrauchver{ahren (nao~, O[N L3240 Tei[ 2) Maschmel|es Abrauchen yon Zigaret~em und Bes~immung ~es Rauch- kondensats; Bestimmun8 des Rohkondensats vnd 0es nikotir.~reien, trockenen Rauchkondensats (nach DIN [02~0 Tell 3) Bestimmung der Alkaloide in Zigaretten-Rauchkondensaten; Spek- tra[photometrisches Verfahren (nach D[N 102~2) Probenahme yon _Tigare~ten; Probenahme be.~m Hersteller, Importeur o~er Grogh~ndter zur Bes~immung ~er Mi=telwer~e yon Rauchin- haltsstolfen (nach DIN 10246 Tei~. 2) Material zur H~rsFe[lung yon UmhE31Iungen [Lir Zigaretzenliiter, Zigaret~.en und andere Tabakerze,agnisse; ges~immur, g dec Luftdurch- l~sigkeil Untersuchung yon Tabak und Tabakerzeugnissen; gestimmung des Zugwiderstandes; begril.'e und Bed[ngungen Prci[ung yon PapEer und Pappe; Bestimmung der (I~chenbezogenen Masse der Lagen yon WelIpappen Prufung yon PapEer und PaQpe; Bes:Emmung der miztleren C)icke yon E~nzelblattern) der Rohdich~e und c)es spezi(~schen Volumens Prcfung yon Zellsto(I und PapEer; 5estimmung der Gehalte an E~sen, Mangan) Kup[er~ Calcium und ),!agnes[urn; Bes=~mm~ng dutch ;\tom- absorptionsspektrometr Ee (AAS) 0 C~ O ~O BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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_, PIpI "JL, i :. :_~ II 0 . V £ ~:, CORESTA RYO pILOT STUDY (MARCH 1990j Can you please confirm the following details about the procedures which you used in the recent PILOT STUDY? Where results are available please quote them. ylease Tick or Describe Conditioning tobaccos and products (a) in tank over sodium nitrite solution or (b) in conditioning cabinet (66% RI-I/20oc) M~O!S.TURE RESULT.S: Tubing % H/R % ~.o % b Room conditions during smoking. (a) 60% RHI20oC t°c • ° 4, Product weights (a) as tobacco weight or (b) product (Including paper) ~: Tubing __ mg H/R gTo DiameLer (a) as tobacco rod (excluding paper thickness) or (b) as product (external, including paper) Test procedure used: ~.~.:.~'.,.~,~ ~:c.. Tae~ C,£¢,~'ae'~e'uc ~. ~: Tubing23 6C)mm HIR2.~ ~nm 5. Pressure Drop RESULTS: Tubing mmWG H/R mmWG He,'1 j~T~qo,Ci '. 6. Smoking machine type ~--1 g.~ C~ • SM350, SM300, SM302, RM20 7. Methods used for (a) moisture of tobacco in test products .- c~, c_-,o ~.~o:s-:o,~-~ (b) nicotine ix, condensate i - ~,qh (~p_c.-a,~vcqa~,ea[ . (c) water in condensate All replies to Dr. D.J, Mackenzie Gallaher Weybddge (FAX 0932 8570891 C3 C3 r'x.) BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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-LABORATORY SERVICES Analytical Report KAX {UJ~L and Export} Limited RESEARCH & DEV~LOPMIENT CI~NTRE 5~¢JTHAMPTO~ ENGLANO Subject Authors To Circulation BATCH CODES File 90-04-027 No. AR. BRAND ANALYSIS: PROJECT PILOT Mrs.K.L. Brayshaw JR. R. A. CRELLIN ACWHF,G,H,I,J,K,L,M P/PILOT De[elITH APRIL 1990 FOR MANAGER 4~ O O O 4~ CONFIDENTIAL-NOT 7"0 BE COPIED OR SHO~,2VN TO UNAUTHCRISED PERSONS U'I P,O P,,3 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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O0 =-I C) 0 C) B "I r- m !i!i!i; ~" mm ..l- m m iiiiiii C) lb h,1 O0 "11 or "I C h,) 0 0 AC~HF ~3: CL ON CURRENT RESULTS 4,/-) NUHBER OF OBSERVATION~ 0 0 • ##~: RESULT5 UNDER THE~E HEADING~ ARE PJOT ~Am.~ aCCREDITED • CURRENT BATCH REEULT5 70 Z~.6V CZ t tO00#
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gO ), -,I (3 0 Q, o (1 C 3 ,,-N o "I r- (D m mm (1 (D le -r m =r (3 w O0 "11 o" e- g) 0 0 PRD~UCT DATA REPORT tl .................................................................................................... ............... ~,L~ ................... VAR]E]Y : B~AND NAME HARriET SOURCE F]LTE~ ~THCL LSN~TH [DENT|FICATJDN : ::ODE DRUM T~ P/PIL~T U~ ~X~ NO ~G ~EG~LA~ ........................................ - ................................................................................................... VARIETY ~ CUSTOMER NA~UFACTURER PACK 5]ZE ~ACK CI3 PAPER PR3DUCT C~DE INFORMATION ; R.CRELLI~ HOLLAND P/PROd ¢ : OVERTIP FILTER M-SECTION (MM) C-SECTION (M~) T-SECTION {MM) VENTJLAT;ON TfPE RESULTS : SMOKE MEASUREMENTS:~ TOBACCO MEASUREMENT5 ~## TOTAL CARBON PE~ T~TAL MOIST ~gIST DATE PMWNF NIC PMNNF TPM WATER PUFF MONOXIDE NI~ ~UCAR SUGAR CONT, CONT. BATCH OF SMKG BUTT MG MG /TOTAL MG MG NO MG X Dw~ ~WE D;~ REC AT CODE RECEIPT M/C LENGIH CIG CIG NIC CiG CIC CIG V/V % % X % 5MEG% CVRR~NT ~ATCH R~SULI~ AC~HG ] MAR 90 F300 I50 1~,7 1,1! IS 22.8 5.0 8.4 12.7 3.7 ~0.~ 95% CL ON CURRENT RESULT5 (+I-~ ~.~ O.i~ 4,7 ~,o 0,4 NUMBER OF 0BSERVATION~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 RESULIS (CON/; : PHYSICAL MEASUREmE!#T~ =~ ............................... . ................................................................. - .......................................... TIP FILL CIG VENTILATIO~ DENSITY PAPER PD PD FD LGTH LGTH LGTH L~TH WT WT WT ~T BATCH PACKET % 5TD @13.5%HC PERM TOTAL ROD FILrR TOTAL ROD FILTR OTIP CIRC TOTAL ~OD FILTR FILT~ ,CODE CODE DEV. ~C/CC (CU) MM WG Mm WG mM WG MM MM MM MH MM G O NEIT C TiP CURRENT BATCH RESULTS ACWHG 70 ~3,~= ~ CL ON CURRENT RESULTS (,/-~ NUMBER OF OBSERVATIONS 0 0 O ii#; RESULT5 UNDER THESE HE~OING5 ARE NO~ ~AMA~ ACCREDITE~ Iz Slz IO00P
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@@ ), 0 o e,J o t} e- 3 0 elk o r- (D f,o m 0 m| ('} @} .i -r m C) Q} @@ 0" c q. 0 0 ~R~UC: D~TA REPORT VARIETY : EPAND ~AME ~A~RET ~OURCE FILTER eE~I~L .ZN~TH IDENTIFICATION : CODE DRU~ T3 ~'PILOT V~+E EXP NO ~iC ~EG~LA~ vARIETY : CU5TOMER ~ANUFACTURER PAC~ ~IZE FACK ':IG F'APER PRODUCT C~DE INFORBATION : R.CRELLIN HOLLAND P/PROJ : OVERTIP FILTER ~-5ECTION (MM~ C-SECTION (MM} T-SECTiON (~m} VENTILATION TYPE RESULTS : SMOKE MEASUREMENTS -~ TOBACCO MEA~UREMENIS #W~ TOTAL C~RBON RE~ TOTAL mO1~T ~OIST DATE PMWNF NIC PMWNF TPM WATER PUFF MONOXIDE NIC SUGAR 5UGA~ CONT. CONT, BATCH OF SMKG BUTT MG MG /TOTAL MG MG NO MG % D~B Dw~ DN~ REC AT CODE RECEIPT ~/C LENGTH GIG GIG NIC C]G CIC GIG V/V ~ R % X S~K~Z .......................................................... - ............................................................................ CURRENT BATCH RESULT~ ACWHH I MAR 90 F'300 IBO 17,b I,I9 15 ~4.5 5,7 9.2 12.@ 3,~ 30,0 95% CL ON CURRENT RESULTS (*/-) 1.3 O.Ob ~.i 0.7 0.3 NUMBER OF ~@5ERVATIONS 4 4 ~ ~ 4 ACWHH 93% CL ON CURRENT RESULT~ (*/-I NUMBER OF O~SERVATIONS O 0 • #~: RESVLTS UNDER THESE HEADINGS ARE NOT NAHg$ ACCREDITED * CURRENT DATCH ~ESULIS 70 23.~9
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W -I 0 o e~ o C 3 0 ""I r- f~ n im m 11l -r i ~r 0 e~ 0o "Irl "I e- o o g.,~T t!Jl~'E} R'~,F.": -~ ~..,;-.A"r'm"" [O~Y 'r,a,-"~'V"~='=~'... rjEp~RTMF.bF~ VARIETY : CUSTOMER ~ANuFACTURgR P~CK SIZE PACK CI~ P~PER P~OPUCI CODE INFORMATION : R.CRELLIN HOLLAND PIPROJ : OVERTIP FILTER M-~ECIION (MMI C-SECTION (MM) T-SECTION (MM) VENT{LATIUM TYPE .................................................................... - ...................................................................... RESULTS ~ SMOKE MEASUREMENTS -~ TOBACCO M~ASUREMENTS #W~ TOTAL CARBON RED TOTAL MGIST MOI]T DATE PMWNF NIC PMWNF TPM WAIER PUFF MONDe!DE N|C SUGAR 5UGAR CONT. CONT. BATCH OF SMKG BUTT MG M6 /IOTAL ME M6 NO MG % DW~ DWB DWB REC AI CODE RECEIPT MIC LENGIH CIG CIG NIC C16 C16 CIG VIV % ~ % % SMKG% CURRENT BATCH ~E~ULTB ACWfll I MAR gO F300 150 14.4 1.08 ~3 2O.& 5.~ 9.2 ~2.3 3.~ 31.0 ~5X CL ON CURRENT REBULTS (÷I-) g.! 0.~4 NUMBER OF OBSERVATIONS 4 4 2.g 0.~= O,~ 4 4 4 RESUL]S (CONI) : PHYSICAL MEASUREMENTS i#~ .................................................................................................... ................................... TIP FILL CIG VENTILATION DENSITY PAPER PD PD PD LGTH LGTH LGTH LSTH WT WT W! WT BATCH PACKET % ~TD gI3.5RMC PERM TOTAL RO0 FILTR TOTAL ROD FILTR OTIP CIRC T~TAL RGD FILTR FILTR CODE CODE DEV. MGICC ICU) MM WG MM WG MM wG MM MM MM MM MM G G NETT G liP G ACWHI 95Z CL ON CuRREnT RESULTS {+/-) NUMBER OF OB~ERVAIIONB 0 0 , ~#~: RESULT5 UNDER THESE HEADING5 ARE ~G~ N~MAS ACCREDITED = CURRENT BATC~ RESULTS 7O 23.&?
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m }:, --I (3 0 Q. 0 o P 3 (D 0 "1 r- (D m (/) mm 0 t~ le "l" m (3 Q, O0 "rl ~D O" c o o ~AT(UKSE) ~$DC - L~Gh.~TORY 5SRVICES D~F'4~TME~T PR~bCT ~AiA REPORT P~GE (~ OF C~ VARIETY : BRAND ~AME MARKET SOURCE FILTE~ ~?:ThOL LEN~T~ IDENTIFICATION ~ CODE DRUM HI P/PILOT U~+E EXF NO ~IG ~EG~L~N VARIEIY : CUSTOMER MANUFACTURER PACR SI~E PAC~ GIG PAPER PRODUCT CODE INFORMATION ~ R,CRELLIN HOLLAND P/PROJ : OVERTIP FILTER ~-SECTIO~ (MM} C-SECTION (MM~ T-SECTION (~M) VENTILATION TYFE .................................................................................................... ..................................... RESULTS ; SMO~E MEASUrEmENT5 TOB~CC~ MEASURE~E?~T~ ~i# TOTAL CARBON RED TOTAL ~OIST ~O!$T DATE PMWNF NIC PM~NF TPM WATER PUFF NONOXIDE NIC ~UGAR SUGAR CONT, CONT. BATCH OF SM~G BUTT MG MG /TOTAL MG MC NO MG % DWS DH£ OWB REC AT CODE RECEIPT RIC LENGTH ClO GIG NIC GIG Clfi GIG V/V ~ % % ~ 5MKGX CURBENT BATCH RESULTS • ACWHJ| MAR 90 F300 IBO 19.0 1.25 [5 ~5.9 5.7 B.3 17.7 5.: ~9,2 ~% EL ON CURRENT RESULTS (÷I-) 3,1 0,~2 NUMBER OF OBSERVATION5 4 4 4.~ I .3 0.4 4 4 q AC~NJ 95X CL ON ~VRRENT RESULTS (+/-) NUMBER DF OBSERVATION5 0 0 i~i: RESULTS UNDER THE~E HEAD~NGS ARE N~T NA~AS ~CCREDITE~ CURRENT BATCH ~ESULTS 7O ~3.3: ZZ Iz O00
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O 8 r- f,Q ~t m (n (D mm ('} (D m, -r ~t m =r O ~t GO 'I'I O" C O O ( VARIETY : BRAND NAME 5ARKET ~URC~ FILTER~ .~'~TH~L ~ENGTH IDENTIF|CATION : CODE DRU~ H3 P/PILOT Uk~E ~XP NO ~0 RESUL~ VARIETY : CUBTOBER MANUFACTURER PACK SIZE RACK CIG PA~ FRODUCT CDDg INFORMATION ; R,CRELLIN HOLLAND R/PROd : OVERTIF FILTER M-SECTION (MM) C-SECTION |MM~ T-SECTION (MM) VENTILATION TYPE x RESULTS ~ ~MOKE MEASUREMENT5 TOBACCO MEASUREMZNT5 ##~ TOTAL CARBON RED TOTAL MOIBT MOIST DATE PMWNF ~[C PMWNF T~M W~TEB PUFF MONOXIDE NIC SUGAR SUGAR CONT, CONT. BATCH OF BMKG BUTT MG MG /TOTAL MG MG NO MG X DW~ CW~ DWB PEG AT COOE RECEIPT M/C LSNGIH CIG CI~ NIC CIG CIG CIG V/V ~ X X : SMKGX CURRENT BATC~ ~E~ULT~ ACWHK 1 MAR 90 F300 ISO I~.~ ],13 lb 2~.5 5.~ B°7 17,~ ~,9 29.2 ?SX CL ON CURRENT RESULTS (÷/-~ 3,7 0,20 5.3 1,7 l.l NUMBER OF OBSERVATION5 3 3 3 3 3 CURRENT BATCH ~EBULTS ACWHH 70 ~3.2C ~ CL ON CURRENT RESULTS {+/-) NUMBER OF OBSERVATIONS 0 0 0 ##~ RESULTS UNOER THE~E HE~01NGB ARE NOT N~ ACCRE0[TED £Z£1z 000 '
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W > -4 C) 0 0. 0 c 3 ,-,'IN 0 i,I r- tQ i mi Ul mw "I" i e,Wl, :=r C) m w Go 'grl O" "I c- o 0 ~AT(IJ~E] R~DC - LABGRATQF:Y 5ERVICE~ ~P~TMENT RACE (~CF~ F~UC1 ~AT~ RE~ORI Tc ~EhTHGL LENGTM VARIET¢ : BRAND NAME MARKET SOURCE FIL,_R IDENTIFICATION ; CODE DRUM H3 P/PILOT U~*E EXP NO ~0 ~EGULA~ VARIETY : CUSTOMER MANUFACTURER PACK 51[E PACK CIG PAPER PRODUCT CODE INFORMATION : R.CRELLIN HOLLAND ~/PROJ : OVERTIP FILTER M-BECTION (MM) C-SECTION (MM) T-SECTION IMM) VENTILATION IYPE & RESULTS : SMO~E MEASUREMENT5 TObaCCO MEASUREMENT5 #~# .................................................................................................... ................................ TOTAL CARBO~ RED TOTAL MOIST MOIST DATE PMNNF NIC PM~NF TPM WATER PUFF MONOXIDE NIC 5UGA~ ~UGAR CONT. CONT. BATCH OF SMHG BUTT MG MG /TOTAL MG MG ND MG % DWB OWE; DWB RE3 AT CODE RECEIPT MIC LENGTH CIG CIG NIC C]~ CIG CIG V/V ~ X % % SMK;% .................................................................................................... - ................................... CURRENT BATCH RESULTS ACWHL I MAR 90 F300 150 lB.7 1.:!7 15 2b.2 b.3 9.2 17.B ~.7 30.g 95% CL ~N CURRENT RESULTS (+/-) 3.0 O,I@ 4.7 1.5 0,3 NUMBER OF O~SERVATIONS 4 4 4 ~ 4 ACWHL g~% CL ON CURRENT REDULT~ (+/-) NUMBER OF OBSERVATION~ CURRENT ~ATCH RESULTS 7~ 0 0 0 , ###~ RESULTS UNDER THESE HEADING5 ARE NOT N#~A5 ACCREDITED * 23.3~ 68S 000
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0 =., F (Q m (/) (D i, ¢} (b m= -I- (D i i-I= :3" 0 h~ O0 "11 Or C 0 0 ,,@b RESULTS (CONT) : F'HY~!CAL ~EASUREMENTS d## TIP FILL CIC VENTILATIOn1 DENSITY PAPER PD PD PD L&T~ LGTH L~TH LGTH WT WT WT ~T BA?C~ PACKET % 5TO ~I3.5~MC PER~ TOTAL ROD FILTR TOTAL ~OD FILT~ OTIP CI;C TOTAL ROD FiLTR FILTR CODE C~DE DEV, MGICC ICU) Mm WC MM WG MM ~G MM MM MH MM MH g g NElr G TIF G .................................................................................................... ................................. ACWH~ 95% CL ON CURRENT RESULTS (*/-) NUMBER OF OBSERVATIONS 0 0 e I##: EESVLTS UNOER THESE HE4DIN&5 ARE NOT NAMA5 ACCREDITED * CURRENT BATCH RESULTS 70 ~3,82 C.cSI, IO00
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GALLAHER LIMITED MEMBERS HILL • BROOKLANDS ROAD WEYBRIDGE SURREY • ETI30QU TELEPHONE: 0~32-8S9777 FACSIMILE: 0932 859777 EXT ~233 TELEX: a55C5 DJH/SMB Dr. R. Crellln, BAT (UK & E) Limited 5 April 1990 Dear Colleague, Cores~a RYO Task Force i attach the papers for the 2nd Meeting of the CRYO Task Force to be held in Dusseldorf (Arabella Hotel, Dusseldorf Airport) on Thursday 19th April starting at 0930. Fo!lowing my advance letter aSout this meeting (sent 5th March), some ~embers of the T.F. gave me information about their attendance in Dusseldorf. if you have no~ done so, could you please confirm whether you will he present on the i9th April? It would also be helpful, if those who plan to arrive ON the !9th could let me know flight times so that we can nots any possible "late arrivals'" for the start of the meeting. I look forward ~o meeting you again in Dusseldorf and hope that we can continue the progress made at, and since, our last meeting in London° Regards. Yours sincerely, D.J. Mackenzie Encs. x5 0 0 0 BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001 iiiiiii iiliiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii
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CORESTA RYO TASK FORCE The 2nd meeting of the CRYO TF will be held at the ARA3ELLA HOTEL, DUSSELDORF AIRPORT on Thursday 19~h April 1990 at 0930 AGENDA i. Apologies for absence. .k 2o Amendmenrs to Rinures of ist Meeting (17.1.90). 3. Matters arising from Ist Meeting (see Notes). Review of Results Erom Pilot Study. 5, Consider and agree plan for next phase(s) of the Study of RYO produc= design factors. 6. Responsibility for collation and reporting of Test Resul~s from the future work. 7. Any other business. 8. Date and Location of next meeting. DJMIsMB 29.3.90~ 0 0 t~ BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001
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CRYO TF - 2ND MEETING NOTES ON AGENDA Item 2 (i) Participant List: Dr. O. Rowland was omitted (Appendix 1). (if) Item 4 (2) Section 13 - The agreed paper formulations were "... 0 and l% Sodium/Potassium Citrate": noc "0 and 15%. l=em 3 (i) Addlcions/alteratlons to cable of RYO smoker habits are invited. (ii) The procedure for handling the results from the Pilot Study was agreed with the Chairman after the lsc meeting, Item 4 A report summarlsing the Statistical analyses of the Pilot Study undertaken by 19 participating members is being prepared and will be circulated later. These findings will be discussed on igth April, The full results from the individual laboratories are included with this Agenda and Papers. Item 5 A revised programme (now 14 Sections) was circulated with the Minutes of the 1st Meeting. This included the additional investigation of the effects of paper formulaclon (filler and burn rate additives). Members of the CRYO TF are asked to consider whether this prograrc~,e should be undertaken in full (with only a few participants in each Section) or be undertaken in park (wlch a larger uumber of participants per sect!on). A summary showing the proposed sections is enclosed wlch the papers for the meeting. Item 6 Depending on the number of participants in the Sections of the project (see Ice= 5), there may be a requirement co submit the results to a detailed Scatlstlcal Analysis. Volunteers will be required co undertake this statistical work. Item 8 The date of the next meeting will depend on next stage(s) of the programme. This will be agreed on [gth April, Location: Proposals for, and invitations to host, the next meeting(s) are sough~ from Members of the CRYO T.F. o 0 o BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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C~YO TF 19/4/90 Item 5 Future CRYO TF Pro~ect Work I, The Pilot Study will give some indication about "between laboratory" variation. Each of 19 laboratories made 1H/R and I Tubing sample. 2. Appended Table lists the other projects proposed for the RYO invesclgaclon. 3. In planninE these further projects within the Study, consideration has to be given to the number of laboratories participating in each project. ,.j Members of the CRYO Task Force are asked to consider whether more emphasis should be given to deriving reliable informa£ion by greater participation in a limited number of projects, or if prlori=y should be given to executing mQre projects at a more superficial level, O CD r./1 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i iJiiiiiiii ili~i:¸¸¸
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00 3> O O Q. O ¢- 3 O r- ¢D m ! ¢D ml O ¢D ss -r ¢D m O e~ FJ o0 -ti o- e- ~o o o SECTION Pilot Study i0 ll 12 14 CORESTA RYO T.¥. SUHHARY OF PROPOSgD PROCRAHHK THBME Inter-Laboratory variability of tubing and handrolled sample results. Circuaference (Diameter) and Density effects at Fixed Weights (Tubing). As I (Handr~lled). Weight and Density effects at Fixed l)iameCer (Tubing). As 3 (ltandrolled). Yield Differences between Tubing and Handrolled. Overlap Effects (llandrolled). Paper Porosity Effects (2 Weights, 4 Papers) Paper Porosity Effects (2 Papers, 4 Weights) Tubing compared with Factory-Hade Mend/Bland Effects Paper Formulation El[eels / t, PARTICIPANTS (Provisional) 19 Laboratories Nieaeyer Douwe-Egbert/VN L.T.R. Poeschl Brlnkmann [.T.L, Factory Making - Gallaher Testing - Factory Haktng - Gallaher Testing - Factory Haklng - Gallaher Testing - Reemtsma Factory Haklng - Gallaher Testing - Factory Making - Gsllaher Testing - CRYO TF ~9/4/9o ltem 5 INVOLVEMENT Completed 9 Tubing Samples 6 Handrolled Samples 6 Tubing Samples 3 Handrolled Samples 2 Tubing + 2 llandrolled Samples 6 [landrolled Samples fl Faetory-~ade SampLes 8 Factory-made Samples 4 Tubing 4 Factory-made Samples I0 Fsctorylade Samples 8 Fsc~ory-~ade Samples
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--~r , ~ .-_~r',,~r~l r'~.~-~-~ DI,,VISI NO ":;';~'~-" °*=': <an ON TRAN CRYO TF 19/~/90 SFORMA T/ON (1) D~n~on In~umtrle,'le : Ki~ 4 rUUl~ GC ~h(~t I~p 4L~ T~. 6~ tZZt IOt~.X . ~UU 0,"¢ Tcw~rqJ,e ~'ati.S2 40 m TECHNOLOGIES D;.HACKENZIE Z9/01/90 Dear Dr. HACXZ~Z~ Oack ~o Perpignan I have checked tha~ we have tlme and facllt~le~ ~o par~l¢ipa~e In saoklng for t~e wor~ declded by RY~ Task Force. ~a could be one o~ ~he smoking labo=a~ories. I am espaolaliy lnSerested by sec~lon 9 and 13 because we have done ~he same work on different papers during nbe las~ two years. Obv10usl~ we are O~ fo~ other eeutlons if needed. Z have c~.ecked ~oo she weigh~ of paper on some boo~le~ we have in la~ (llet herein afCer~. Le~ ms say one more tl=e my eurprlse regarding ~he master paper 25 glm~ wic~ eeea8 ~o me fully ou~ of range by comparison wi~h ~he quantltles sold i~ Z~ROP~ actually, o The mean we1~h~ is less C~an 20 g/ma. It is true indeed ~ha~ t~e same list made w%th ~ubes glve 25,4 glm~ as the averag~ papers welghr, r~ is ~rue ~.oo tba~ heavier the paper, easier i~ i~ %0 reduoe number of puCks and cnnaequentl7 tar d~llverT. I Zook torwacd to meeting Vou In DUSSELDOR.~. Regards, ~uEe sincerely, Dr. P.HA~NOT 0 0 0 J:~.. L,g 0", BATCo document for Legal Services Health Canada 28 February 2001
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~ZHNOLOGIE~ I. 19 JAN 90 i~:~.4 No.O0? P.03 COUNTRY WHERE THE BOOKLET WAS FOUND REFERENCE 0Y THE BOOKLET ESTXHATED WEiGhT OF THE PAPER b RFA GB AHBOS~ 21,5 glm~ JOB 49 17,5 glmz OCB4 BZS 17,5 g/m' JOB 55 22,5 glmz OCBB A 17,S glm~ OCBS ACC 17,5 g/m~ HARZE coins coupes 23,5 g/mz ~AH~0N NT 23,7 g/m• GIZEH SPECIAL 22,4 g/aJ RZZLA AUTOMAT.ROUGE 135 20,3 g/m~ VENTAIRE 20.8 glm~ JOB 21 g/m~ SWA~ vect 19 g/m~ rouge 19 g/m~ bleu 16,5 glm~ J BELGIQUE tRANCE RIZLA 136 14.5 g/~ " 135 21,2 gl~a Zig Z~g Superfine 15,2 g/m, JOB 96 14,5 glm~ Hax~ paper bleu 16,5 g/m~ Haxi p~per rou~ 21.4 g/m~ SPHINX 14 glm~ RZZLA rouge 18,7 glm~ JOB 55 B~s 14 glm~ JOB 55 B~s HIF 17,5 g/m• JOB 96 BIS 1% ~/I~ JOB 8~p'axr 14 g/m• JOB 17 14 ~II~ ALPACI LE CHAT BLEU 20,b glm• HOLLANDE DRUH 20,8 g/I~ HASCOTTE 525 20,8 g/|~ ZIG ZAG Extr~ W~de 17,4 ql~ ABADIE 121 17,5 g/~~ A~ADI~ 122 ~7,5 g/m~ KULU Bleu 14 ~lmz VAMNBLL~ 22,1 g/m, ~AH~ON 17,6 g/m~ CD CD CD tm <J4 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i iii i iitiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii
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EC~NOLOE:E~ ZTALIS 19 JRN 90 16:1~ No.O0? P,04 CLUB 231 14 g/m~ CLUB 1 1/4 10 g/m2 JOB Fing Size bleu 14 g/m= JOB King SIZa rouge 17,5 glm• JOB NeEvi 15,5 g/m, JOB Du~e SIze tou~e 17,5 g/m= JOB DU~s 31ze bleu lq g/m~ NORVEGE SUI~SE BIG B~ rouge 19 g/m= " nolr 18 glm~ TI~U~MANS MILD~ 19,2 g/m~ PETTEROES 18,9 gin~ ZIG ZAG 14 N 18,7 g/ma MIZLA rouqe 18,5 glm~ JOB I~ 18 g/m~ 0CB 4 13,8 g/m= JOB.807 17 g/mz AUTRICHE #05 n+l 16,5 g/ms JOB N~!A 22,5 g/m~ JOB RIGID 16,5 glm* GRECE PORTUGAL ROSe 14,5 g/~' COH~U%STADOR nolr 19 g/m' blQu 16~6 ql== DETROIT 21,2 g/I= ZIG ZAG 18,1 qt=~ ZIG ZAG Popular 22,6 g/~a D~¥ZHSOR ~1.5 glm~ CORD KInG SIZE 1~,2 g/m~ .~ ESPAGNE SMOKING MAIZ ~8,4 ~/m* SHOK%NG ARROZ 17,2 glm~ 2 - CD CD CD ~..TI ,,_~ CO BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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CORESTA RY0 PXLOT STUDY I. 1.1 Background Objective of study The objectives of "~h~e pilot study were as Follows. (1) To obtain estinates of varlab~Z!ty across a broad cross-section cF laboratories wi~,in CORESTA for tam and nicotine deliveries of RYO hand-rolled and ~bed products, each ~ade to separate pre-defincd specifications. (2) TO highlight problems associated with attemptinE to attain a pre-defined specification. (3) To hlghllEht problems associated with the analysis of smoke from RYO products. (5) To ccnsequently modify the protocol for a series of main studies which will follow. 1.2 Participation 2.1 At the time of writing this report, data had been received from 17 laboratories within CORESTA with one laboratory having SuFplied results on the basis of two different smoking machines. In total therefor~. 18 Separate sets ~f data were obtained for ta~ and nicotine Of both hand-rolled and tubed products. A Eood c:oss-sectlon Qf smokinE machines was represented with st least three sets of results for each of types Filtrona 300, Filtr~na 550, Filtrona 502 and BorEwaldt ~M20 (central trapplng system) included. In Eeneral, smckinEprocedures COmplied with [SO 4387, with a few local variants a~d common application of a 27mm butt le~h to all" products. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS Extent of ~nsl-sls Time did not permit an entirely gull analysis of the data. However, all data-sets were eventually presented as four separate results for tar and nicotine, each based on the s~e analysis of 20 cig~rettes. This ensured a degree of commonality between results gained from linear and rotary smoklnE machines. Outlier cheeks, as Fur iSO 5725. usinE Dixon's test were applied to each set. Analysis Of variance techaiq~es were applied separately to hand-rolled and tubed resul~s For tar and nicotine. In addition, average tar and n/retina results within each laboratory/methodwere correlated with average tobacco weight for the laboratory. A further analysis of ta~ end nicotine for labora=orles wi~%/n each smokinE machine type and each p~uct was made to identlfy differences between smokLnE machine typem. No analysis of wet tar, water or puffs was made, and no correlations of smoke chemistry with pressure drop or tobacco ~olsture were conducted, Page I CD ~D O ~O BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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2.2 Tre~tmenE or 0utllers 3. The data were examined for outliers at two stages. Firstly on the four results (each based on 20 clgarettes} supplied by e~ch laboratory for each product. Secondly, on the complete set of laboreto~-/ zeans for each produc= type, 0utlier tesr~ were only applied to tar and nicotine data. In both situations Dixon's test as set out ~n IS0 5725 was applied, using a l~ level of siEnific~nce. This resulted in no exclusions being made a~ either szsEe. However, one laboratory had noted problems with one smoking, an4 this result, which was close to Signiflcence via Dixon's criteria, was excluded. SUMMARY ST~TXSTI~ Measures of repeatebillty (r) and reproducibility (R) ~s defined IS0 5725 were calculated from variance components estimated from the analysis of variance of ~ubed and hand-rolled products for t~t~ and nicotine. These are tabulated below. Repeatability measurements are based on 20 cigarette averages. Repeatability by Product Type Analyte Hand-rolled Tubed Tar 2.2 2.4 Nicotine 0.21 0. Z/~ Reproducibility by Product Type Analy te Nand-rolled Tubed Tar ~,2 ~.7 Nicotine 0.59 0.~9 All figures ace expressed in milli&,r.ms per c~gm:ette. Corre!atior~ between tobacco weight end average analyte yie!d in e~ch laboratory° subject to the problem noted in Section ~, are detail~d below. Correlation between TObaCCO Weight and Smoke Chemist~ Product Hand-rolled TUbed Tar 0.~3 -0.29 Nicotine 0.22 -0.30 All figures are Pearson co~relation coefficients based on 17 data pairs. None o£ these estimates ere statistically significant. Page 2 0 0 0 0 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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...: 4. An analysis by smoking machine type gave the following results. (i) Tar Machine Product F300 $S350 RM20 F302 Hand-rolled Tubed 19.92 20.66 19.56 20.05 18.54 17.80 18.19 17.61 (2) Nicotine Machine Product F3OO SM350 RN20 F302 Head-:oiled Tubed 1.5~ 1.67 ~.58 1.69 I.~7 1.49 1.48 1.59 At1 figures in milligrams per cigarette. Neither of these analyses produced Si&nnifkcant differences between machines at the 5~ level of significance. Also presented is a table of average results for tar and nicotine bF each laboratory by product type. This is supported by two bar charts which show, for ~ar and nicotine separately, the difference between handrolled and tubed products found in each labocatocy. While the majority of labors~orles found higher analyte yields in the handrolled product, the difference e×pr~ssed as 'han4molled - tubed' ranged in tar from almost * 5mg/clg to - img/Cig and in nicotine from + O.~mg/clg to - 0.2mE/rig. PROBLEMS Several laboratories experienced making problems with the cigarettes, particularly in attempClng to reach the target range OF weigh~ specified. One or two laboratories noted problems during smoking and had to take remedial action to prevent leakages at the ports. In this respect. ~he tubed product seemed to be more vulnerable° The results received from each participant varied greatly in the amoun~ of detail contained ~hePein. We have attempted to standardfse on four 20-~rt results Per product type. and in tha~ ~espect more deta~l was requcsted from those providing rather sparse information. The original protocol requested details of weight. It ~as not specific as to tobacco o~ product weight. The intent!on was tobacco weight, and this should now be standardised upon. We have attempted ~o unravel the information supplied as well as possible, but At is possible that ~n a few cases, results based on tobacco weight could have been miscast as product weight or vice-versa. However, it is unlikely that the inference from the correlation analysis will be overturned. Pa~e 3 O CD CD BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001 ii iiiitiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii
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We asked for all results to be expressed to 2 places of decimals. This was not always eomD11ed with, resulting in a sinor difference in the precision of reporting results. Details of the actual type of smoking machine and method of iutcot£ne analysis would have been useful. We have attempted to either follow up verbally, or make intelli~nt Euesses about the type of equ/pment and methods employed. . . CONCLUSIONS Not su~risln~ly, slace the two product t~es were not deslgned to be identical, b'~ere were stat£stlcally s~gnif£cant differences between the handrolled and ~ubed ci~ette$; the handr~lled cigarettes were hiEher, on average, by approximately 2 mE (tar) and 0,I mE (nlcotLne) However, it is important to note that individual l~bopatorles differed widely in the£r estimates of the size of differences. In terms of absolute determination of tar and rdcotlne within each product type, there were s&~ very wide differences between laboratories, little or none of which could be attributed to either smoking machine type, or tobacco weiEht of samples. Estimates of repeatability (r) and reproducibility (R) under cond/t~ons of a common mak/ngspeciflcation, were approximately twice that expected of ~anufectured ¢igarsttes of similar ta~ and *xtcotine levels. Given the pncblens with 'standardlsation' for m~nufactured cIEarettes, these fiiures wOuld serve to indicate that even if • sinole specification for manufacturing BY0 products could be aqreed,.~ inherent varlabil!ty between laboratories would Ereatly limit the mean/ngfulness of the /nformation generated. RECOMMENDATIONS (I) Before pro&Tesslng, the design of further studios should be reviewed in the liEht of these results. In particular, there would seem to be little purpose ~ncludlng products that were expected to be different in tar and/or nicotine by less that the R values noted herein, unless the objective £s to establish tha~ indeed differs.noes are obscured by noise. (2) The design of further studies should be made with reference to a review of ability to both make and test the products within the study. (3) Weight should be expressed as tobacco weight rather than product wei~. (~) A standardised sheet tot z~porting of results should be designed to ensure a basic minimum report from each laboratory,. This w~uld also reduce ambi~ity (and hence e~ors in data collation), and assist standardisatlon of what is reported an~ to what d~gr~e of precision. Page 0 G CD BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i i ii]iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
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AVERAG~ 20.13 18.00 [.~3 1.50 SD 1.3L 1.4~ 0.200 0.193 Q G 0 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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3 r F E R 2 E X c E -I f./J ffJ f/J f// f// ffJ {JJ f/'/ f/J I// f.,Ji ffJ f/'j f/1 f.fJ f// f/1 f/J ff~/ f/J 111 CORESTA RYO: PMONNF) HANg ROLLEO - TUBED f. m J J •j J /, J J m ! t%'% t%'% f%'~' i%"~J A 8 8 B 0 C i L L :~ ~ P R R R T T I. A 0 R ( X t A T ) i a [ ( 0 I 0 T L I ~ L L H R F, [ [ S T T E R R ¢ A C X 0 o 0 L5'1" BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i :i~ili~i~ii ii~ili~i¸
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CORESTA RYO : NICOTINE • HAND ROLLED - TUBED 0.~ 0.4 0.,1 o I F 0.2 F ( R ( N ¢ 0.1 ( 0o0 -0.1 =0.2 1 ! m ~N ~N \N w k S 8 8 0 C I L L N ~ P R A R T T T L k 0 R ( A T k T I | M ( ( 0 r U V O 1 L I V L L N R £ E E $ T T ( R l L N N L ( ~ U E T H 0 $ 0 K F R R 1 U A R (; A C N LkGORATORY O 0 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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£3o .9_£% 5,70 ~',% t#,~ 1,25 R,.& t42_ ~,7o ~5,5o 5.?0 q~ g~ 92,?o ~.oo f,I? 1~,5o I, il 14;,7o 0 0 0 r.=.i~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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T V;;S'~.~ka T0~aKS ABR&O ; 9- ~-gQ ; 12:¢9 : IIIII RESERCA R&D ,.¢RRltCES 32- 09328 ~9777 2233;a 1 G Dr. D.J- Mackenzie Gallsher Limited Weybrldge, Surrey K1"13 OQU England Stockholm 1990-03-09 Dear Dr Mackenzie, Ptease find enclosed our results of the CRYO TF Pilot Study, The materials provided have been used for hand-making cigarettes according to your Instructions. Prtor to making the DRUM tobacco was ¢onclltioned over saturated NaNO2-solutlon and the finnishad cigarettes were stored the same way. A 20-port R itrona 350 smoking machine was used to achieve data from. 4 smoke . runs. 5tcnaard Cambridge flltar-paael were used for "rPM collection, wlth water era nicotine determinations made with GC and C@ measurements with NDIR. The we.!ghts of tobacco given by you resulted in very loosely packed cigarettes that were m.lcult to handle without ~mageing them,. We therefore had to use the red Inserts in the filter holders Instead of the white ones that we normally use for clg~ette$ of this diameter. The red inserts have somewhat bigger holes and we had to take the dek of having some leakage around the ¢~are~esln=ead of deforming the cigarettes when putting them into the holders. Dunng the smoking we could observe some back-putting r~ smo~e around t,he Insane. We obvlcu='~y had so,me leakage that could have resuPted in slightly low readings for TPM and primarily for CO. Qunnar Anderson Reaerca AB Sweden P,S I am afraid 7 wlll have to tell you that I will not be able to come to Dusseldorf for the meeting on April 19. / Other commltments already arranged are preventing me from / ~oining you there. I hope to make it for ~he next meeting and trust you will provide exellent notes from the meeting. D.S. RESERCAAB CD CD Q J:~ J:~ • ' CO BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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Ill RESERCA m R&D CORESTA ROLL-YOUR.OWN TASK FORCE HAND-ROLLED SAMPLES WITH RIZLA pAI=ER Weight, in¢l paper Diameter, LuerMike P.O. 819 mg 7.88 mm 44 (Rathe 18-82) mmwg Smoke run 1 2 ~ 4 Puff number 7.1 7.3 7,2 7.6 TPM 23.75 24.25 24.30 25.15 Water 3.05 3.85 3,00 3.55 Nicotine 1.54 1.56 t .58 1 ,S8 PM, wNF 19.2 19.0 19.7 10.9 CO, % 4.80 4,95 5°00 4.75 CO, mg 13.5 14.5 14.3 14.5 EGA 900309 ¢= CD CD O BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001
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R~D ® CORF.,STA ROLL-YOUR-OWN TASK FORCE ~AMpLES WITH PRNILEQIUBE~ Weighl, Incl tubes Diameter, LaserMike P,D. 862 rng 7.65 mm 66 (Range 41.10(3) mmwg Smoke run 1 2 3 4 Puff number 8.6 8.1 8,3 8,8 TPM 16.30 19.15 18.6 18.15 Water 1,60 2.55 2.00 2.35 Nlcotlne 'f .09 1.22 1.21 1 =21 PMwNF 13.6 15.4 15.4 14.6 CO, % 2.45 3.30 2.85 2.85 CO, mg 8.4 10.5 9.4 g,0 gGk 90O309 0 o o 0 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 iiii~]ili~i~iiii~ili~ii ii~ ~i¸ ~
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ROYALTHEO NIEMEYER BE TOBACCO- CIOARL=T'IE~ Gallahe~ LlmlLed Attn. x D~. D.J. F~tcke~Le Fa~e=s Ell1 B~ooklands ~oad Weybridge ($u~ey) KT13 OqO G~T BRITAIN Ouz Lef. z ~K DeaC Dr. Ha¢kenz£,, G~uninsen, Hatch 26, 1990 .. .. PLease f~d enc£osed our ~eeul~s ub~s~ed on she Cor*stA Pilou-study. Eeside smckin8 analyses on out Filtrona Ho~ei 300, reported Ou shee~ 1 - 3, we aleo did a complete dete~lnst£on on our Bo=&wald~ P.H20 (Central Trapp£ns), reported o~ 8beet 4. AddLtional, the fullowlng reeuLbe: I BZendn£co~J.ne 2,~9 Z ~educLn8 Su&ar 9.0 Z Water by ~rl ~LsCheC 13s& Z 1,2op=opaned~ol h~6 Z Glycerol 0,1 W£d~h of cut £n mm 0,35 Preesu~edrcp £n ~Wg, tubln& 39.~ hand-roLled 29,0 ../2 0 O C BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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t~eaeucemen~ of the dLamter8 t ( g£ves ~he next resv.lts: dAe~ece:e ¢aIcuLs:ed fot~ ~he measuceaent of the c£rc~fe~ence of the c£Sarettea.) L - meaeu=ed on lO ~n fgoa the en~ ~f the ¢l&afet~.e. K - measured In the middle of the clsarette. K - =easured on 10 mm f=om the top o~ tha c£sa~ett:eo~ L M R ~an Tub J~,&. e am.p/.e 7.50 7.5.~ 7.5~ 7,56 Hand-rolled eample 7.92. 7.96 7.89 7°92 Yeucs faithfully, ~oysl Theodocus N£emeyer B,V, H.~,A. Hu~skes Qetllt7 A~surancm Hanaser 0 0 0 C~3 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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C:¢esLa - Pi].ot-etu(Iy / 7neo~r~ N~ Hee~,=esu.Lt~ ~ by the FL1.f_--ona Bode1 300. SHEET I G r[~ / H~-d-~o11~ een~l.e: TR~ R4HHF Hl¢O- W~ter Puffs T~ac¢o mg/slg mojsig ~/~g mq/slg /slg n~/slq R~n i 26,93 21,42 1,66 3,85 7,37 801,75 JRun 2 25,94 20.56 1.61 3,77 6,83 801,00 JRzzn 3 28,6;8 23,30 1~76 3,62 7,32 799,25 Run 4 27,12 21,81 1,70 3~61 6,74 809,25 i 27,17 21,77 1,68 1,13 1.14 0.06 I 3,71 7,07 802,81 0,12 0,33 4,42 4 4 4 IRun 1 24.61 19.74 1.62 3,25 7,33 841,00 IR~ 2 23,98 19,05 1,52 3,41 6,59 843,75 1~ 3 23.41 18.38 1,51 3,52 7~08 840,75 ~RUn 4 22.73 17,95 1.52 3.26 6,91 044,75 II~An 23,68 18,78 1,54 3,36 6,98 842,56 (IRI 0,80 0,78 0,05 0,13 0,31 1,99 II'~tl:~: 4 4 4 4 4 4 I CD C~ CD tFI BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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I I coceem - P11cc-e~ / ~eodonm ttte.eyer I I Remult.s (gy,.ahu~ by ~ Flltrona ~ 300 I I ~ / Hand-~L1ed eae,~e : I_ TPM R4%~ NiGo- ~aCer Puffs Tct~¢¢~ (wet) tJJ~e ~t I ~nl 12 26,26 20,82 1,62 3,82 6,68 807,00 I Rm~ 1 . 17 24,65 19,50 1.63 3,52 7,08 810,00 l Run 1 15 31,62 25,33 1,82 4,47 7,76 796,00 ! Run 1 7 25,20 20,02 1,59 3,60 7,94 794,00 I t Mean 25,93 21,42 1.66 3,85 7,37 801,75 I 3,19 2,66 0,10 0,43 0,59 7,i3 I Number 4 4 4 4 4 41 _I I ,I I Rim 2 3 22,76 17,92 1,39 3,46 7,07 801,00 I Run 2 5 25,55 20,96 1,62 2,98 6,40 796,00 I Run 2 19 28,67 22,1_5 1,80 4,73 6,99 813,00 I ~ 2 4 26,74 21,21 1,63 3,90 6,84 794,00 i_ Idean 25,93 20,56 1,61 3,77 6,83 801,00 Sd 2,47 1,83 0,17 0,74 0,30 8,52 Ntleber 4 4 4 4 4 4 _I 3 6 28,60 23,56 1,73 3,31 7,16 500,00 ?b.tn 3 14 26,15 21,14 1,68 3,33 7,14 801,00 Run3 18 28,33 23,25 1,80 3,29 8,47 796,00 Pun 3 11 31,64 25,25 1,82 4,56 6,48 800,00 Hce~ 28,68 23,30 1,76 3,62 7,32 799,25 r~ 2,26 1,69 0,06 0,63 0,84 2,22 4 4 4 4 4 4 Run 4 9 28,81 22,79 1,76 4,26 6,42 804,00 Run 4 2 26,60 22,15 1,71 2,74 6,82 815,00 Rml 4 13 27,39 21,87 1,70 3,82 6,86 808,00 R~Ct 4 10 25,65 20,42 1,63 3,61 6,84 810,00 Mean 27,11 21,81 1,70 3,61 6,74 809,25 8d 1,34 1,00 0,06 0,64 0,21 4,57 NUmber 4 4 4 4 4 4 Total b~eu~ 27,16 21,77 1,68 3,71 7,86 802,81 8d 2,38 1,98 0,11 0,56 0,57 6,92 Ntllelr 16 16 16 16 16 16 BIIEET~ CD C3 t J3 C/3 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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Co~-e~ta - P£1ot-n~x~ / ~ tliemwy~r I L~eeu.l.t=s ~ by +..he F~ ~1 300 i Drum/ Tubing sample : 1TH PHmE" 14£c0- ~a~r Puff~ Ru. I 9 25.25 2o,31 1,65 3,29 7,28 835,oo RI~ I 3 22,75 18,36 1,51 Z,88 7,03 842,00 Run 1 6 25,27 20,09 1,70 3,48 7,79 845,00 R~n 1 17 25,16 20,20 1,63 3,33 ?,20 842,00 Mean 24,61 19,74 1,62 3,25 7,33 841,00 8d 1,24 0,gZ 0,06 0,26 0,33 4,24 I~u~oer 4 4 4 4 4 4 -I I Rm~ 2 14 16,70 13,41 1,18 2,11 6,31 846,00 Run 2 2 29,42 23,29 1,68 6,65 6,67 842,00 l~n 2 18 26,68 21,39 1,68 3,61 6,78 846,00 R~i 2 ? 23,13 18,12 1,55 3,46 6,59 841,00 Me~ 23,98 19,05 1,52 3,41 6,59 843,?5 Sd 5,50 4,33 0,24 0,97 0,20 2,63 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 5 25,01 20,32 1,59 4,10 7524 836,00 1~n 3 I0 22,50 17,72 1,59 3119 7,62 842,00 RUn 3 15 22,15 17,15 1,45 3,55 6,82 845,00 Run 3 12 22,98 18,33 1,42 3,23 6,65 840,00 Mean 23,41 18,38 1,51 3,52 7,08 840,75 Sd 1,77 1,38 0,09 0,42 0,44 3,?7 t~mbe~ 4 4 4 4 4 4 _I Run 4 4 23,41 18,33 1,76 3,32 ?,09 846,00 Run4 ii 23,95 18,97 1,71 3,2? 6,73 847,00 Run 4 19 22,50 I?,70 1,70 3,10 6,95 841,00 Run 4 13 21,78 16,79 1,63 3,36 6,88 845,00 Meem 22,91 17,95 1,70 3,26 6,91 844,75 Sd 0,96 0,93 0,06 0,11 0,15 2,63 ~ut~r 4 4 4 4 4 4 Tot.alHeon 23,73 18,78 1,59 3,36 6,98 842,56 Sd 2.?5 2,23 0,14 0,50 0,39 3,52 Number 16 16 16 16 16 16 SKSET 3 ® I I 0 0 G BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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f I lo:z'eJs~ - P;L1,o,t.--t..,,,u't~r I ~ ~emey~ I Ilq~'m~ ~ l~ the ~"m,~.~l~ ~ 2.0 (e.,e~L$, ~t~:~) I I IDrum I HeJ~l--ro11~ eem~e : I I Cwe'c) I mcji/eJ.g mj/e:Lg m~g~.g ~19 /~lg I IRm~ I 24,31 19,42 1,56 3,33 7,60 80-7,00 ll~In 2 25,17 19,50 1,65 4,02 6,92 799,00 I~ 3 24,86 19,78 1,57 3,51 7,15 794,00 ll~,In 4 25,05 20,26 1,62 3,17 7,03 799~00 I 7,18 799,75 0,30 5,38 4 4 IMean 24~85 ].9,74 1,6)0 3,51 I~ 0,38 0,38 0,04 0,37 INm.~ 4 4 4 i I~ / ~ ewpZe : I lll)m. 1 24,87 19,81 1,6C 3,4G 7,25 839,00 l~Lun2 24,66 20,02 1,66 2,98 7,14 631,00 IR]m 3 25,48 19,22 1,53 4,73 6,91 832,00 JRun 4 25,28 19,74 1,64 3,90 7,14 834,00 I IMeen 25,07 19,70 1,61 3,77 7,11 834,00 15d 0,37 0,34 0,06 0,74 0,14 3,56 lh'milx~ 4 4 4 4 4 4 t. CD CD CD U'I Lrl O~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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r'~dCJ~/V3Vd~ CORESTA RYO-STUDY Drum in tube5 No+I/19gO nut. ~ Ch. N, Puff TPM l I 6,7 21.3 1 3 7,0 22.9 1 5 6,8 20,4 ! 7 6,9 20,8 l 9 8,g 22.4 1 11 6.3 g0.9 2 [3 6.4 19,1 Z 15 6,7 20,9 3 2 6.7 23,6 3 4 6.2 20,4 3 17 6,3 22,1 3 19 6.6 21,8 4 6 6,6 23,5 4 8 6,3 22t5 4 10 6,2 22,3 4 12 6,5 22,0 Water Nicotln PMWNF CO Weight 2,1 1,51 17.7 14.2 894 2,0 1,56 ig,3 15,2 903 1.9 1,48 17.0 13,4 8gO 1,9 1,57 17,3 12,1 892 2,0 1,74 18.6 13,3 894 2.9 1.31 15,5 13.1 891 1,4 1,47 16,2 ~2,g 893 1,8 1,43 17.6 13,6 895 1,2 1.27 20,2 14,7 896 1.7 1.18 17.5 13,3 @85 2,2 1,62 18,3 13,7 885 1,7 1,02 19,1 14,0 890 Z,X 1,71 19,7 13,3 876 2,0 1,72 18.8 12,8 870 2.0 1,65 18,6 12.6 873 1,g 1,62 18,4 12,8 870 4~ 0 .0 4~ ".4 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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® "77 ~-b~ ~7 r~,,~ CORESTA RYO=STUDY No.I 1990 Drum handrol~ed Da~e Ch. # Puff TPM Water Nicotin P~W~? CO Weigth I 2 7.1 24,5 2.6 1,77 20.1 16,2 845 1 q 6.5 24,0 2,5 1,63 19,9 17,1 854 i 6 6.9 23,9 2,5 1.65 19,5 17,7 850 L 8 7.2 24,2 2,5 1,71 20,0 18,2 855 I0 6,4 23,1 2,4 1,56 19,1 16.7 845 2 12 6,6 24,8 2.9 1,75 20,2 18,0 841 14 5,5 26,1 3,0 1.78 21,4 18,8 841 2 16 6,8 24,1 2,7 1.59 19,8 17,4 845 3 1 6,5 27,0 2,7 1,56 22,7 19,7 853 3 3 6,8 27,8 2,8 1.33 23.7 18.0 849 3 1~ 6,8 26,4 2,4 1.33 22,7 18,7 856 3 20 6.8 25+0 2.1 1,18 21,7 17,4 850 4 5 fi,2 15.8 2,8 1.77 21.2 ~fi.3 828 4 7 6+2 24,5 2,4 1,80 20,3 14,1 818 4 9 6,2 25,4 2.7 1.83 ~0.9 15,7 830 4 11 6.3 25,8 2,9 1,71 21,2 16,I 824 0 0 0 C~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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.C ~ORESTA RYO PI~ PRODUC-~S: CONDITXONING: 2 Samples reference H (- Hand Rolled) and T (-Tubed) 66% RH for a period of aC ~eas¢ 4fl hours BUTT LENGTH: SMOKING MACHINE: 27 Fil~ro~ SM 350 SMOKING RANDOMISATION: 4 ports of each reference on e~ch of 4 smoking rtL~S. RESULTS : Expressed as means of 20 cigarettes for each reference on each run. Also included, average tocal weight, tobacco weight, moisture and diameter for each reference. O CD CD BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i Jiiiiiiii iii~i¸¸
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RUN PUFFS TPM WAT~ NICOTINE P~a~F mg/ci8 ,.g/:lg mg/c£g mg/ci8 1 6.38 24.16 2.89 1.97 19.30 2 6,42 23.57 2.71 1.88 18.98 3 6.42 23.43 2.68 1.92 18.83 4 6,30 25,69 2.96 2.0L 20°72 MEAN 6.38 24.21 2.81 1.9A 19.46 755 765 753 756 757 0ve~all ~e£gh= (mS/cig) D£ame=er (mm) Mo£suure % 82~ 7.55 15.9 0 0 0 U1 0 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i iiiiiiii]iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
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TUBED S~LE (T~ Rt~I PUFFS ITM WATER NICOTINE PM~NF TO~CCO WEIGHT m~/clg mg]clg m~/=tg mg/cig mz/clg 1 6.30 22.50 2.47 1.80 18.23 814 2 6.68 23.40 2.61 1.90 18.89 823 3- 6.43 22.66 2.38 1.88 18.40 822 4 6.83 23.28 2.54 1.87 18.87 832 MEAN 6.56 22.96 2.50 1.86 18.60 823 * One flask broken. Results based on 15 cigarettes (3 pores) Overall ~eighc (mE/el8) 875 Diameter (m~) 7.61 Moisture % 15.9 H~ Stevenson 27th March 1990 c~ CD C CY~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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L'-4,BItlQI,:E,.~ DE "I'AI~A[_" HLUNII_],5 .~A. Dr D. J. Mackenzie Gallaher Limited Members Hill Brooklands Road WEYBRIDGE Surrey KTI30QU E~GLAND March 27th, 1990 ~: CORESTA RYO PZL~T STUDY Dear Sir, Please find attached the analytical results obtained on the two RYO products. We have also enclosed the procedure used and some comments regarding the procedure and the results obtained. Should you need further explanation regarding these comments~ pleame do not hesitate to contact me. Yours faithfully~ Enclosure mentioned CXGARETTE INFOR/~ATION F. Senehi I "%J41'iJ(=at'l'!~"u I)0" i'.~l{,%(" i4I"L','~IP'I.'~ ~,k. O CD CD O~ BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001 i i iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiii]iiiii
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COREBTA RYO PIIX)T STUDY PROCEDURE Each step of this procedure is described below: I. The tobacco was conditioned at 66% ~.H. and 20°C for 48 hours in a climatic room. 2. In ~he same roomt about 140 cigarettes were made per version. The weight of each cigarette was determined directly after making. To reduce loose ends, we increased on average the cigarettQ weight from 850 to S75 for tub~nq produc~S and from 800 to 825 mg for handrolled products. 3. The two products were then marked to 27 mm but~ length and smoked at ISO conditions i.e. 60% R.H. and 22"C according to ISO 4387. 4. In the same day, four smoking runs were carried cut at the rate of 4 channels of tubing products and 4 channels of handro!led products per run. 5 clgarettes were smoked per trap. COMMENTS I. The specified cigarette diameter of tubing products could easily De rea~he~ with relat!vely low standard dev!a%ions (AVg ~ 7.60/7.59 ~/~; S=0.029/O.056 mm), but it was not the case wi~h handrolled products where we obtained on average on 2 X 2U clgare~es 7.63 mm and no~ 7.40 mm as recommended with very high standard deviations ~Avg - 7.74/7.52; s -- 0.251/0.29S mm). 2. In spite of an increase in oigaretts weight of about ~5 mg for t~e two versions to avoid loose ends, we observed a loss o£ tobacco ~urin~ the cigarette marking. Laboratory technician observed also some cigarettes wit~ loose ends. This can probably explain some low TPM results. 3. All individual results on smoke deliveries were reported on the tables although some values could be eliminated by a Dixon test. 4. For our own interest, we also determined the moisture conten~ of tobacco expressed as oven volatiles substances (O.V.) a) O.V. of tobacco directly from the baq : D) O.V. of tobacco condltioned et 66% RoH. and 20"C ; 13.8 CD CD t~ O~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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CORESTA RYO PILOT S~DY LABORATORY PRODUCT SMOKING MAC~/NE : Philip Morris Europe R&D Tubing Fll~ron~ 300 Total cigarette weight after conditioning at 66% R.H./20'C and making: x = 874 mg s - 5 mg n = 142 Diameter wi~h Fll~rona tape gauge: x - 7.60 mm m ~ 0.029 n = 20 X ~ 7.59 mm S = 0.056 n -- 20 Day Machine Run po~c Puff TPM Water Nicotine PMWNF 14,03.90 ~lU~ 3 1 6.10 22.10 1.80 1.57 18.73 14.03.90 Blue 3 2 5.90 22.60 2.30 1.62 18.68 14.03.%0 Blue 3 11 5.90 21,50 2.10 1.45 17.95 14.03.90 Blu~ 3 12 5.60 20.70 2.00 1,42 17.28 14.03.90 Red 3 1 6.30 21.30 2.00 1.48 17.82 14.03.90 ~ed 3 2 6.10 17.80 1.50 1.25 15.O5 14.03.90 Red 3 Ii 5.70 20.50 2.00 1.37 17.13 14,03.90 Re~ 3 12 5.80 19.80 1.80 1.34 16.66 14.C3.90 Blue 4 1 6,60 20.90 2.00 1.49 17,41 14,03.90 Bl~e 4 2 6.00 22.90 2.20 1.58 19.12 14.03.90 Blue 4 II 6,00 20.30 1.90 1.47 16.93 14.03.90 BlUe 4 12 5.80 21.10 2.10 1.44 17.56 14,03,90 Red 4 1 6.20 20.40 2.20 1.45 16.75 14.03.90 Red 4 2 6.10 20.10 1.70 1.45 16.95 14.03.90 Red 4 II 6.20 21.60 2.00 1.54 18.06 14.03.90 Red 4 12 6.00 21.20 1.90 1.45 17.85 6,02 20,93 1.97 1.46 17.50 0.25 1.20 0,20 0.09 0,98 S ~ standard deviation n -- numbe= of samples 4~ CD CD O tn O~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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OORESTA RXO PILOT S~ LABORATORY : Philip Morris EuropQ R&D PRODUCT : Handrolled SMOKING MACHINE : Filtrona 300 Total clgarette w~ight after conditioning at 66% R.H. and 20"C and making ~ x - 827 mg s - 5 n ~ 143 Diameter with Fil~rona Tape GaUge ~ - 7,74 X = 7.52 s ~ ~.251 n = ~0 S " 0.295 n - 20 Day Machine Run Port Puff TPM Water Nicotine PMWNF 14,03.90 Bl~e 3 4 6.70 24.30 2.30 1.71 20.29 14.03.90 Blue 3 5 6.10 23.70 2.50 ~.67 19.53 14.03.90 Blue 3 14 6.30 24.50 2.~0 1.76 20.44 14.0J.90 Blue 3 15 6.40 20.80 1.70 1.49 17.61 14.0~.90 Red 3 4 6.20 24.90 2.30 1.76 20.84 14.0~.90 Red 3 5 6,00 21.20 1.90 1.42 17.R8 14.03.90 Red 3 14 ~,50 23.00 2.40 1.61 18.99 14.03.90 Red 3 15 6.30 22.00 2.10 1.65 18.25 14.05.90 BlUe 4 3 6.20 24.20 2.40 1.66 20.14 i~.02.90 Blue 4 5 6.30 23.30 2.20 1.65 19.42 14.03.90 BlUe 4 13 6.10 ~5.60 2.60 i082 21.18 14.03.90 BlUe 4 I~ 6.10 23.30 2.30 1.63 19.37 14.03.90 R~ 4 ~ 6.60 22.~O 1.90 1.58 18.82 14.03,90 Red 4 5 5.80 21.60 1.40 1.53 18o67 14.03.90 Eed ~ 13 5.90 24.00 2.40 1.68 19,92 14.0~.90 Re~ 4 15 6.10 21.90 1.80 1.57 18.53 6.23 23.16 2.16 1.64 19.37 s 0.24 1.41 0.33 0.i0 1.05 s = standard deviation n - number of samples CD CD CD ~n t~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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4iss C. Goetze 4eintz van Landewyck S.A.R.L. Laboratory 31, rue de Hol|erich BP 2202 1022 Luxembourg To Dr. O. J. Mackenzie Gallaber Limited Members Hill Brooklands Road Weybridge Surrey Er"and RECEIVED i 2~ .!AR 1990 I,,v~,! D.J. MACKZNZIE ! Dear Or. Mackenzie , according to the Coresta RYO Pilot Study I am sending you the results from our laboratory in Lu×embourg. In addition to the report of results ! have to make some remarks on the design of the cigarettes : Tubing Product Handro|led Product 850 +/- 40mg 800 +/- 40Bxj run number I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Tobacco weight 838 834 842 832 785 795 798 793 (rag I Cig. ) Mean 836 793 0 i amete r (mm) Mean 7.6 7.55 7.71 7.58 7.66 7,6 7.6i / S 0. i34 , VKI.77% Paper Porosity was determined by a Lhomargy Water Permeabi]imeter. The Cigarettes were smoked on a 20 channe! rotary smoker. I look forward to our next meeting in D~ssetdorf, Yours sincere|y O O L.FI Cr,, O", BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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HEThr'rZ ~ ,~CX S,.A.RoL. CI~TTE NA~L~$1$ I~,I~ 27.03.9~ LABQI:~TORY 98/31111103 RYG PILOT S'I~PY T. ~. c" ~I"E ~ l:3,'mOL 13.03. ?013.03.9013.03.9013.03.~ 1 2 3 4 5 .~ZCOTIHE IH TOEACCO (X) PHr'I~ POR0~ITY ( CF~4N. Cl~I) 44,0 44,0 44~,0 44,0 44,¢ [IROP (1~ H~) 46 4T 48 45 46 CI 6~EE'TTE ~21~t'r ¢~6) ~ 8~5 093 6'9'2 PLFF ~ ~,~ S,8~ 5,99 5,82 5,90 T~ I~ISTU~ (X) ~.~? ~2~9 12,9 12.9 12,9 ~|~TIHE ~N THE ~ ()'IG) 1,5| 1,43 1,.47 i,31 I,~3 TOTN. ~h~kTII~JL~T[ ~TT~ <MG) I?,6~ 19,25 2~,55 19,60 19,75 ~;~T ~tG~E)F~ (;~> 17,2 17,31 18,~ 17,74 17.7¢ T~ (Hi;) 16,04 15~ I6,97 16,43 I ~,~,~ "~TIH[ 114 THE rILTE~ (N~) F|LTI~ EF'Fl~I~34CI (~) ~ID[ (HG) 25,06 13,61 13,8"2- 13,43 13,48 C 1C,,N~ET~ LEH~TH {MH) ?¢,~ ?0~0 ?0,0 70,0 ?¢,0 fILTE~ PD ElC-~P¢3. (;91t~) F[L t'l~ L.D~TH (~) TIP VJE~TI'~TIOI (X) [~'TT t.E~TH ~l'iH ) 27 27 27 2? 2"7 OF ~A~ ~ Rt~ NOT W~I]OMIS£~ 4~ 0 0 0 4~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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9~312/1103 I~0 PZLOT ST'~Y H. ~'~ DATE Or COrraL 14,03.90Z4,03, 9014.03. 9014, 03.~0 PNL~Lr'rER i~LP:J " 1 2 3 4 $ NICOTINE IN T0~C~ CZ) ER POROS~TY (DVMN.C~) ~3,0 53,0 53,0 53,0 53,0 F~ESSLI:~ ~EOP (~ H2O) 41 34 32 32 34 CIC, N~r'F~ WEIGHT (~) ~55 866 868 ~3 S63 P'LF'F' ~ ~,94 6~I2 6,03 6~05 6~,03 PIOISTURI[ (X) ~2,9 12,~ 12,9 ~2,~ 12,9 #~IC~OTINE IH THE S~40K~ (~) I~ 1,61 1,5~ I~64 1,61 TOTAL P~RT~CIJL~ ~TTE~ (~) 22~60 23,80 ~,~ 22,85 ~,0~ ~RY COHL'ID~TE (~ 20,02 2~,10 20,54 2g~ 2%~ T,~ (HG) IS,44) I?,49 18,~ 18,89 I~93 NICOTIHE IN THE ~ILT~ (~) FILTER EFTICI~CY (~) H(Iq~I~E (et;) 18,5I 19,67 20,12 19,33 19,40 CIGARETTE LENGTH (1~) 70,0 70,0 70,.0 70~,0 70,0 FILTER PI~ L"~, (M~ I.C20) FILTER LEnGtH (HH~ TIP VE34T ZLATIOe& (~) ~q~ LEITH (H~) 27 27 27 27 27 CONMTIONING ATH05F14E~E: HUMIDITY: 66 TEHPE~TUEE: 2O ~C 0P3£~ "OF ,~FCES ~T RLee~ H0T RANI~'41~ CZ) CC) 0 ....a C~ Co BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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~kL TECHNOLOGIES No FRX:33-68564249 28 MRR 90 !6:15 N0.038 P.02 COREITA RYO PILOT 8TUDT ~MM MOb~QRE VICHMOLOGIMM ~mR#ZOMAM WMAMOg 1 A l N 1 D 2 2 2 R .1 0 3 3 °1 4 ,l D 4 4 H E A )i H I~ A N I IlO~- IO0.4 3 BOO.4 ?PP,8 796.G IOO.G 799.G MOO+& |00.4 3 i00.2 IO0,I 7 IOA,~ 2 ?~,° 799.- ~GO mI S IS0.4 ISO,I 7 M~O.2 ISOoI 2 ~b1°2 3 180.2 4 ISI.~ Ib2.- ¢ ISO,I lSD.I IG2,I III,2 s ISI,2 ? 812®2 b.9~ ;3.46 5.tO 21,42 2.13 ~,IO 24,;S ~,12 12,It 1*gl ~.54 23,?1 I,SI 2b,6& L+77 S,76 24,~0 ~*?E 6,GO 24,22 &,TO 21,PI 1,24 S.4& 21,02 5.4~ 21 .?0 I. 4~ 5.IO 23.&0 6,I0 2A,40 ~.~7 5+I0 23.44 6,00 ~3.14 £+~7 S,TS 23,01 &,~6 10.26) (1.~0) 6,3Q II.4i S.I8 20.32 ~,24 ~,4G 33.~1 S.II 22.S$ ~.&5 S,11 2U,30 6,1i J~.7o 1.o7 S,60 LI*E4 ~.~0 20, 3~ 1.4o S+~O ~6.4S S.gX 18,84 0.i6 6.00 10.73 S.Go 1E.24 0,1~ S.40 2G,3~ &*O0 |7.04 0,11 S,IO ll.lO 6.00 17.46 |,aS 051 mI S,~I 1~,60 |,I0 (o,]7 | (~,?S~ II,|! I,?I 21,|~ 20*+ ;.7~ 30.09 ;,&3 18,)0 1,73 30+++ , r ~?.11 1,~7 ~7,~6 lk.k8 4:~ C) 0 C) U1 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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i 1~21 Dr D J Mackenzie Gallaher Limited Members Hill BrooklanG Road Wey Bridge Surrey KT I30QU ENGLAND ¢ Turk°, Dear Colleague, The pilot study has now been made at ReCtig and our results are the following: CORESTA RYO PILOT STUDY Hand-Roile~ Tubing Puff x 5,59 s = 0,20 x 5,g8 Wet TPM ~ 23,59 s : 0,66 x 21,20 Water x 1,96 s = 0,15 x 1,50 Nicotine x 1,46 s = 0,04 x 1,45 PFfWNF x 20,16 s = 0,49 x 18,29 Weight x 809,00 s = 2,16 x 842,25 s = 0,32 s = 0,95 s : 0,15 s = 0,08 s = 0,75 s ~ 6,90 Bes~ regards RETTIG Tobacco Division Tom Bgck stri~m Manager, R & D CC) ¢C) --.4 BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001
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O =o 3 =.. 5~ "=I r- eD cQ m U) m| O ¢D m ,. -r m D= O =3 bJ "11 ¢D ~r C 0 0 Date: March 29, i990 (? ~'., L~BORATORY: BRINKMANN 20 Channel Rotary Smoker CORESTA PILOT STUDY RYO type: Tubing = T, Hand-Roiled l 2 3 4, * Run No 883 867 870 869 858 869 870 864 Number of puffs 5,80 5,60 5,80 5,45 6,75 7,15 7,30 5,85 = l! 22,22 19.89 21,05 20,85 26.95 25,22 26.00 21,62 2,57 2,23 2,25 2,23 3,62 2,95 3,34 2,13 * visible channels between ci~rette and holder, venlUation effects 1,59 1.46 1.50 1.46 1.79 1.82 1,77 1,61 18,06 16,20 17,30 I?,16 21,54 20,45 20,89 17,88 l~YO Type II It 14 II. average 45.7 ~,ZCjU 1000~,
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Iml v F. 1215168(BEF/EE 28th March, 1990 Dr. O.J. MacKenzie, GaIIaher Limited, Members Hi11, 8rookIands Road, WEYBRIDE, Surrey. KTI30qU. w " .... i~90 • 6 L ~ "IV "~ O.J : ,-,C, Z,xIZ!E © Dear Don, The results of our measurements for the CORESTA RYO Task Forcs Pi]ot Study are given below: Hand-Roiled Cigarettes Target tobacco weight : 800~g Average tobacco weight : 796mg Average cigarette wefght : 861mg PHWNF~ Wet TPM mg/ci9 Nicotine ~/ci~ Puffs/cig 21.6 26.9 1.69 7.2 22.6 28.2 1.71 6.9 23. I 28. g I. 84 7. S 22.5 27.9 1.70 7.1 Tube-Filled Cigarettes Target tobacco weight : 850mg Average tobacco weight : 816ag Average cigarette weight : 876mg PMWNF mg/ci~ Wet TPM mq/ci~ Nicotine mg[ci~ 19.9 24.5 i.58 7.0 20.9 25.8 1.66 7.5 18.9 23.3 1.48 7.0 20°2 Z5.0 1,60 7.~ 4::== 0 0 ,-,,q U1 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i i i i i~]iii~i~i i ii~ii?¸
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-4 0 0 =. == TABACOFINA-VANDER ELST SCIENTIFIC & TECHNOLOGICAL SUPPORT CORESTA RYO PILOT STUDY. J m= 0 im -w m 0 "M r- 0 0 T = Tubing Produc t tl = Handrolled Product RUN NUMBER 1 2 3 4 MEAN 1 2 3 4 MEAN PUFFS 6.41 6.49 6.56 6.75 5.55 6.72 6°64 6.68 6.39 24.20 24.15 24.45 24.75 24.39 25.35 25.40 26.00 24.90 WATER mg/cig. 3.73 3.91 3.96 3 • 94 3.89 4.14 4.11 4,09 3.94 NICOTINE mg/cig. I .44 1.36 1.39 i .39 1.40 1 =48 1.44 1.47 1.40 PMWNF mg/c ig. 19.03 18.88 19.10 19.42 19,11 19,73 19.85 20.44 19.56 CIG.TOBACCO WEIGHT MG/CIG. 848 847 85O 848 848 801 798 798 798 C]G.WEIGHT MGICIG. 898 897 900 898 898 868 865 8bb 865 STS/G. Quintens/FL y- Merksem, 27th March 1990 REMARKS : I. Smoking machine : Bor~aldt RM 20/CS with central trap 2. Water determination : Karl Fisher method 3. N~cotlne determination : Spectrometric method IS{) 3400 4o Butt length : 27 lu~ 5. Tobacco moiStupc content after conditioning % : 19.7 (oven method : 100°C - 2h30) 9LCj 7 000' 6.61 25.41 4.07 1.45 19,90 799 866 L
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3~,'~ '9~ |2;42 Z 49 87~. 25786 Poe~ch~.®Tab-L¢ ~S. C~ Alois P schl .,oo., IrrCx~naus erstKl~siger TaDe~lorovenienzen D-8300 Landshut/Bayern Re¢. GerP~H.s~ P~IA RS3 I il HOUSE of EXCI.USIV Rpe To1~¢¢o= RADFORD'$ Pipe Tobe~:ol HOLLAND ART mdG~ C~Mll|entl~IK Pi~chi PlY'fen- u~C C~Oetotient4~.e* lue Eutopu ~6tIW $chr~l~iiblldabr~ Gener=! Management I~e~h 30, 1990 Results of' C0RESTA RYO PILOT STUDY Tobacco Blend: Haster Blend DRUM conditioned ~5 Z RH/20% 1. Tubing Produc~: 70 ~ length / 7,6 ~dLaeeter / ~e~gh~ OS0 ~; 120 cigarettes 2. DRL~hand~olle~:70 m~ Length / 7,4mdiaHte~ / welg~t 800~g ~20 cigarettes Four smoking runs with 20 tubed c|g~retCes end four seoking Puns with 20 handro]ied cigarettes. Butt Lencj~h: 27 n~ Resu ~ ts: I1~O ~w~¢~!. ~ z.) Hanc*o~e~:[ 1~,604 ~ ~,g8 ~8,~ (0,m)~ ~,~ {0,0S)i ~2,4 | 13,70I 7,t s. (...) BBt mW~_ . cc: Verband. Bonn Dr.Rhenslus/HB Herrn ~e Vrles/~E Hoi]and He~rn Hu[skes/TN Holland 0 o 0 ---,4 BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001
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OP -4 o o r- 3 = '-h 0 r" m is 0 {P al -r m :3 ¢2. 00 "11 cr ,2 0 c~ HanOrol~¢d p~o~u:t Pu'fs ~e~ rFq ~ater ~icetine Fubin9 Product ~uff$ Pater Hicotlnt PPHNF Corest~ 9~0 1ask Force av,r|Qa 6.74 6.EO ~.6~ 6.~0 7.20 5.9) 6,9~ 6.2G 7.23 T,I5 6.92 7,2~ 6o7E (.IZ 6,d6 6.{6 ~ 6.~8 25.~4 28.56 2S.~5 2~,12 25.76 25°06 21.2~ 25.62 26.26 27.20 2~.82 ~).9~ 34.D~ ~.65 24,~8 28.06 ~ 2?.1~ 3.72 3.57 ].85 $.~7 2.9~ 3,72 3.52 3.~2 3n7~ 3,45 ~029 ~'77 2.93 ~,E$ 2o78 3,36 ~ 3,&) |~7 1,71 :°78 1.55 I.~2 :.75 L.63 1.57 1.62 I,)2 l.i8 1.72 1.58 ~.66 l,~i 1.80 ~ 1.67 t 22.9~ 23.2~ 23.25 22. BC 2|.~! 22.62 22.1~ 21,43 2[.93 22.~] 21.85 22.~| 1~.55 2~.32 2~.12 22,92 : 21.9~ ~vere~e 7.2~ ~.$4 6.9E 5o~2 7.1~ ),35 5.~0 6.$~ 6,8~ ?.$8 7,02 6.92 7,S& (.42 ).12 6.80 ~ ~,78 19.8) 21.2~ lg.l~ 2~,5G 23.82 22.~2 2~.~& 22.10 21.~2 2~,L2 21.89 l~,TL ~0.@2 2~.76 21,00 20,28 : 21.74 1.8~ Z.t~ g,72 2,7~ 2.9~ 2.~$ 2.S2 2.~5 2.~9 2.78 2.59 2.~8 ~.17 ~$7 2.3] 2.22 ~ 2,~$ L.i5 1.53 I.~ 1.53 1.55 t,~ t~$O ~.37 I.~7 l.~! I.~ 1.29 1.44 ~,3S 1,49 l.~4 ! I,~4 t5.$! 17.55 J~.D~ 20.[~ 19.~ i8.58 16.52 I$.tE 17.S~ !9.|~ [7,85 1~,07 17.$1 It,St 17,27 16.72 : 17.87 vei?h) (mg] dlai(ter (la) )oro~Ity (¢)] oelsh(;mg) t~cknes$ (mm) {total ~hol) (total s~aQJ (~ep~r) (pamer) ~pa~en) 86G 7.8( 50,~ ~8 ¢.~]t 916 7,6& 51.5 6~ 0,044 dt~m~t~r "spacers" of the hardr0|~|nQ aochLp~s [In) 6/cj 7 lO00 '
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O Douwe Egberts Van Nelle CORESTA P[LOT--S"[X3DY/DOI.Tff EGBERTS VAN IqI~LL]~ ~'%'UL'VJ OBTAINED BY THE FILTNONA MODEL 300 HAND ROLLED DRUM TI~{Wet) WATER PMWNF NIC. E~"FS MG/CIG MG/CIG M0/CIG MG/CIG MS/CIG Rnn I 20,8 1,38 18,18 1,24 l 18,8 1,28 16,40 1,12 I [9,4 1,12 17,08 1,20 I 18,2 1,10 16,00 1,10 Mean 19,3 1,22 16,91 1,17 sd I,II 0,13 0,95 0,07 8,8 Run 2 32,2 1,80 19,12 1,28 2 23,2 2,06 19,74 1,40 2 21,8 1,70 18,74 1,36 2 23,2 2,18 19,66 1,36 Heo~ 22,6 1,94 19,32 1,35 sd U,71 0,22 0,47 0,05 8,2 Run 3 23,0 1,64 20,04 1,32 3 21,4 1,78 18,38 1,24 3 30,2 1,38 17,62 1,20 3 20,6 1,36 18,04 1,20 Heart 21,3 1,54 18,52 1,24 sd 1,24 0,20 L,06 0,06 Run 4 24,2 1,96 20,80 1,44 4 22,4 1,72 19,32 1,36 4 21,8 1,36 19,16 1,28 4 23,0 1,60 20,00 1,40 8,8 Hean 22,9 1,66 19,82 1,37 sd 1,02 0,25 0,75 0,07 Total mean 21,5 [,59 18,64 1,28 sd I ,73 0,32 1,36 0,10 ;?. U, m~-i \ L~.V.I,,.;:L .] , !iL ii'l ..... F:/' 8,2 C~ 0 0 U-I C~ C) BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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O Douwe Egberts Van Nelle COI:?ZSTA PILOT--STUDY./~"D~ EGBERTS VAN Nt~LL]E r~ R~.TS OBTA/NED BY THE FILTI~0NA MODEL 300 TUBED D~ TF~ (Wet) WATEI~ FMWNF NfC. F~ MG/CIG MG/CIG MG/CIG MG/CIG t~/CIG }h,n 1 26,0 Z,76 21,80 1,44 ] 19,0 1,76 15,96 1,28 I 24,8 2,62 20,70 1,48 J 23,4 2,30 19,70 1,40 P~an 23,3 2,36 19,54 1,40 sd 3,06 0,44 2,54 0,09 7,1 Run 2 22,4 2,42 18,62 1,36 2 20,8 2,18 17,36 1,28 2 23,8 2,42 19,94 1,44 2 25,8 3,12 21,20 1,48 Hea.n 23,2 2,53 19,28 t,39 sd 2,12 0,41 ~,66 0,O9 6,8 Run 3 21,2 2,02 [7,86 1,32 3 23,1) 2,02 19,54 1,44 3 22,8 [,98 19,42 1,40 3 23,4 2,34 19,6G 1,40 Heart 22,6 2,09 19,12 1,39 sd 0,97 0,17 0,85 0,05 Run 4 22,8 2,25 19,02 1,52 4 24,0 2,46 20,I0 1,44 4 24,2 2,36 20,40 1,44 4 21,6 1,80 18,44 1,36 7,3 Heart 23,2 sd 1,20 Total mean 23,1 sd 1,82 2,22 19,49 1,44 7,1 0,29 0,92 0,07 2,30 19,36 1,41 0,35 1,48 0,07 c '' ,~¢ ; : ,,p" 0 0 0 Co BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001
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O Douwe Egberts Van Nelle ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MOI~ ODNTI~T Tobecco in package [KF method| Cigarettes before smoking 17,0 % 16,5 % :;%~,:>." DI~ (Filtr~rm gauge) in am Hand roiling L - mean: 7,37 sd - 0,20 N = 20 H - mean: 7,39 sd - 0,25 N = 20 I% - mean: 7,42 sd - 0,Z2 N = 20 Tubing L mean: 7,60 sd - 0,03 N = 20 H - mean: 7,49 sd - 0,14 N = 20 R - mean: 7,52 sd - 0,20 N = 20 L = measured on ]0 m from the end of the cigarette H = measured in the middle of the cigarette R = measured on ]0 mm from the top of the cigarette PRESSD~E DROP {am wk) Tubing mean: 32,9 .~i - 4,3 N = I0 Ro.ll~_ing mean: 41,9 sd - 25,1 N = 10 ': " .7[ " 0 C:3 G CO BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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',OUSTRJ S TR-RII52°90/NP-JLP March 30, ~990 Dr. D.J. MACKENZIE GALLAHER LIMITED Members Hill Brooklands Road WEYBRIBGE Surrey KT13 OQU England Dear Mr, Mackenzie, Please find encIcsed our results on the comparison between hand rolling and tubing RYO products. Some remarks about this experiment : - First the tobacco has been kept 4 days in a conditionned laboratory at 66 HR/20°C to reach an equilibrium moisture of 18 %. - Then the cigarettes have been kept 2 days in the same atmosphere before being smoked on a Fil:rona smoking machine (mode] 302). - The diameter of each cigarette has been controlled using a tape circonference gauge° This measurement reveals that it is not possibla to obtain a diameter of 7.4 mm (obtained values : 7.5-7.6 mm) for the hand rolling cigarette using the actual hand roiling machine. [ remain with best regards, Yours si~_/ Laborata~y Manager • " . • " !:"~!':;;: ~i] " ' CD 0 0 Oo BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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CORESTA RYO Pilot Study Comparison Handrolling (A) vs Tubing (B) Analysis on a 8 Channel Linear Smoking Machine (Fiitrona 302) Atmospheric conditions :66%RH, 20"C, 77t mm Hg CIGARETTE SELECTION i Length(ram) Diameter (mm) Weighting) Tobacco weight (rng} Moisture (%) Pressure drop (ram WG) Paperporosity (CU) Ventilation (%) Overlap (rnm) Piand RotIing (A) 70 7.5/7.6 660(6) 800 18 31 (3) 50 14.4 14 Tubing (B) 7O 7.6 690 (6) 650 18 40 (z) 5o 29.6 3 CHANNEL NUMBER RUN 1 Cia. Code Puff number TPM (modck~.) Waler (rng/cig.) Nicotine (mg/c~.} Tar (mg/c~j.) RU~ C~.ccde Puff number TPM (rng/cig.) Water (rng/cig.) Nicotine (mg/cig.) Tar Img/c'ig.] A 5.88 24.6 3 1.85 19.7 B 6.62 23.4 2.8 1.86 18.7 RUN 3 Ck~. Co<le Puff number TPM (mg/cig.) Water (mg/cig.) Nicotine (mg/oig.) Tat(m~cig.) A 6,50 26.0 2.9 2 21.1 _ RUN 4 C~ .q~ode Puff r~mber TPM (tr~cig.) Water (mg/cig.) Nicotine (mg/cig.) Tar (mg/cig.) B 6.28 23 2.9 1.T7 18.3 1 3 4 B i A I e 6.24 6.24 5.92 210 26.4 22.8 2.3 2.9 2.6 135 1.89 1.77 16.9 20.6 18.4 Am, 6.0 24.8 2.8 1.89 20.1 B 6.38 20.6 2.3 1.74 16.6 B 6.28 23.8 2.9 1.87 19 i A 5.62 23.8 2.7 1.75 19.3 B 5.88 21.8 2.6 1.7 17.5 mm A 6.06 24.8 2.9 1.96 19.9 A n 6,06 24.6 2.7 1.84 20.1 B 5.9 22.8 2,6 1.74 ~8.5 A 6.26 24.2 2.8 1.9 19.5 5 A 6.10 25.6 2.9 1.91 20.8 B 6.36 20.0 2.1 1.7"2 16,2 A 6.32 26.0 2.9 2.0 21.1 8 6.26 22.6 2.6 1.82 18.2 8 =ml B I 6.44 22.0 2.5 1.84 17.7 L A 5.94 24.0 2.5 1.77 19.6 B 6.16 21.4 2.4 1.71 17.3 A B 5.80 6.38 26.0 21.0 2.9 2.5 1.85 1.72 21.2 16.8 i . B 6.30 22.4 2.8 t .82 17.8 A 6.50 26.4 3.3 1.96 21.1 A 6.02 23.2 2.4 1.74 19.1 B 6.44 21.8 2.6 1.76 17.4 A B A 5.94 6.28 5.98 24.6 22.2 24.2 2.7 2.6 2.6 1 36 1.74 1.85 20.0 17,9 19.7 GLOBAL C~. Code Puflnumber TPM (tT~Cig.) Water (mg/cig.) Nicotine (mojc~j.) Tar(moJcig.) 6,~ (0.2) 24.9 (0.9) 2.81 ((}.2) 1.9 (0,08) 2o.2(o.~ 8 6.3 (0.2) =(1) 2.57 (0.22) 1.8 (0.05) 17.7 (0.8) O O C CO BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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6~LL~HEFS -o TEL "~: ""T~ "~q-~--:'lTZ~ F, I',tar GALLAHER LIMITED MEMBERS HILL " BROOKLANDS ROAD WEYBRIDGE SURREY KT13 OQU TE L~.PH ONE:; Og~Z-ebSTT7 ~AC~IMIk~: 09~ 8S~777 KXT a~3 T~M" Z5505 90 ~:SI r l0 (T,.z F 0i DJH/S~S TO: CRY0 TF Members 5 March 1990 CORESTA RYO TASK FORCE The next meeting of the CR¥O TF will be held aL:- Arabella HoteL, Dussel4or f Airport on Thursday 19~h April 1990. A n~ber of single roo~s have bee~ reserved at the hotel for the night of 18th April. Member5 wanthl8 ovsrslsht accommodation before the meetln~, should contact Mrs. Jost at the Arabell~ Hotel directly advlslnK the catchword "NIEMEYEE/ COEESTA'. BooklnHs must be made before 4th April. TELEFMONZ 0ZII 41 73 0 FAX OZll 41 73 707 A startinE time of 0930 is propose4 for the meeting. Please let me know if you plan to fly to DusseldorC on the morning of the meetln& and when you would arrive. The starting t'~e could be delayed ~o suit morning 6rrivals if ~ecessary. AEenda and papers for ~he meetlns will be circulaL~d later. Members who volun=eered to take part in th= Pilot Study 8h~,:1/. I%O'; have:- (I) papers end tubes eta. sent by Oallsher (21 ® 2J =~bruary}. (Z} tobacco sample sent by Mr. de Vries (DE/VN) (mld February). If, due to postal dela)'i, these have not reached participant.' l~bot'atorios, by Friday 9th .~arch, please let me know. Yours faithfully, Dr. D.J. Mackeu~te RHO~%TERZD O'ET'[CE .,~.'.~ ABOVE 0 O O 4~ Lr~ Co q/3 > BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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.-I 0 0 C 3 0 r- mw we m 0 mL "tl 0" 0 0 ~n ..................................................... . .......................................... . ........................... . ............ . .................... ]~FDR~ATION : R.CRELLIN HOLLAND ~/P~OJ x & ~OTAL CAR~ON RED TQ~aL MOIST ~O~T D~TE ~WNF ,~IC P~NF IF~ WATER F~;C ~ONOXIDE ~Jl~: ~U~R ~¢~GAR ~O~T. CONT. BATCH OF 5MKG BUTT ~G ~G /TOTAL ~G ~O ND ~C Z DN~ ~B D~ RE:: ~T CO~E RECEIPT NIC LEN&I~ CIG CIG NIC CIG CIG .~IG V~V % "; % :i iHt~G:~ CURRZNi ~AI{:H RZ~ULI~ .@ ~¢;dH~ F300 ~50 [5.8 I.t~ |4 23.~ 5.9 9.~ |5.~ 4,1 ~ 0"~ ?OZ CL ON CURRENT RESULT5 ~-/--) ].~ 0,;4 2,2 l.l |.~ ~VMBER OF O~$ERVATION~ 4 ~ 4 4 4 RESULi5 (CONT) $ PHYSICAL ~E~SURE~E~T~ ae@ TIP FILL CI~ VENT|LAT~O?& DENS!T'v PAF'E~ ~D PD PD LG;H _3TH LGT~ LGTH QT ~T ~- ~ EATCH PACKET ~ STD @i3.~%~C FERff TOTAL ROD FILTR TOTAL ~ FILTR ]TIP CIRC TOTAL ~:9~ cI.:R ;:LTR CODE CODE DEv. ~G/,:C (CU) ~ ~G ~ WG ~M ~C M~ ~ MM ~ M~ G ~ ~TT G TI~ G q£ lz l O001z
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0 8 "I I" (D f~ m (/) mm (I "r m =r 0 :3 a) ¢I, 'I"I Or "I C 0 0 CURRENT ~ATCH ~E~UL[S ACNHL % MAR 90 F300 ISO 18,7 1.2" I~ 38.2 ~.3 g.2 ?SX CL ON ~URRE~T REBULT5 '-!-~ ~.0 0.~? 4.7 1.5 0.3 NUMBER OF OBSERVATIONS 4 4 4 4 4 17,5 4.7 Z~D, ~" "C P~ ~£SULT5 (CONT) z PHYSICAL ~ASUREMENTS ~ TIP =ILL CIC V~NTILATiO~ OE~SIT'I PAFER PO F'O PD LGTH L~T~ L~TH L~TH WT WT WT :~- BATC~ PACXET ;~ STO ~[3.:"~.,M.,'" F'ERM rOIAL ROD F|LT5 TOTAL ROD FILTR ~TIP 'S[~': TOTAL ~'OD 7~L::% ~iuT~ ,]ODE CODE DEv. FIO~CC ~CU~ ~M WG ~H W6 MN ~G MM MM ~M MM MS C G r~ETT ~ T:; 3 CURPE~'II" ~.:AFCH RESULT5 7O ~.% ';L ON CL;RRE~I RESULTS ~''-/-; NvMBER OF 3F~F_,£Rv.~TIOI~S ,3 3 C. 0,~ Q~ 0001
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O3 o@ i fD =. O O (: L RYO PROGKAHHE - SECTION ACTION - NIEHEYER ~nd DOUWE EGBERT/VAN HELLE An [nvest|gat[on o{ the CIRCIItIFERi~HCE (131AHI:.'FER) nt~d I)EHS[TY EFFECTS wl~en products are made to a F[XYD WEIGHT. Samples made by ~ub~eg. $AHPLES 9 Tubing S[Zg 70 x 26.5 (8.4) @ 332 70 x 28.3 (9.0) @ 247 70 x 26.5 (8.4) @ 28t 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 316 70 x 23.2 (7.4) @ 356 WKIGIIT$ REQUIREMENT 1300 mg ) Making - 9 Tubing ) IlO0 mg ) Selection (wt) ) lIO0 mg ) Condtttonlng & ) Smoking (9 Samples II00 mg ) + Control Cigarette) llO0 mg 70 x 26.5 (8.4) @ 204 70 x 25.0 (B.O) @ 230 70 x 23.2 (7.4) @ 267 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 366 800 mg 800 mg 800 mg 800 mg N.B. AIr comparisons based oo:- 1 tobacco blend - "Haster Blend" - Drum l paper type porosity 40 CU I conditioning atmosphere (66% RII/20°C) for products before Bmoking Standard smoking regtme for all samples Weights/density at conditioned motstltre for the "Haster Blend"
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0 O. 8 s- "I iilill ii l') i, -r m 0 12, -11 0 0 0 ._i. C "%, ~ ,I" ?4 ~;. ;~-'. ".'::~:-: " '*'A~I~LT'f ; :':UETOME~ ,",~:,H.:S-~C~'JREF', ="~"::'; 5I,"E ~ACF, 2":, "':~P'.r": .: ': -: ,." '.: .: I '-":U~. I 'IFOR,~,~ T I Oil " R, ,:RELL I,~ HP~ L k ~,~vO .:, ;:- F, -, ; : O','ERTIP FILTER M-SECTI,.fi,9 {,~M) ~:-~,:TIO;'i (MM) T-gE:.ST:O~ {MM; ~E'IT'L~]I~'~ TYF'Z • " ~ TOTAL CAREON RE:,~ TOT~" L ~O;ST .~!ET OraTE F: M~.~JF '4iC PMW-9 : F:m 'AATER F'L F -" MQNOXIDE ~IC 5 V'.7.- a F( :_~}G#.~ :Oti?. ':'3;t Z. BATCH OF SMhG BUTT ~G MG ITOT~L mG MC, N3 MG % D~P, Dla~ -,i~5 RE;: #.T ,:ODE RECEIFT MIC L~.NC, Th CIC; C]G NIC CIG CI6 CIG V~V :: '; :.; % 5,,I~ C:.; .................................................................................................... ............. - ........................................ CURREIIT SATCN ~_SULT~ ACWH4 I M~R 90 F300 180 19.0 1,25 15 25,9 5,7 3.3 17,7 5.2 "~'~ ~- 9~17, CC ON ~URRENT ~ESULT5 (*I-) 3,1 0,2~ ~,~ !,3 0,~ NUMI~R OF OB,~ERVATI.~NS "~ 4 4 4 4 A C ;q FI ,' 95:; ,':L ON CURRE;IT R~3ULTe. (-,'.-: :'~k~ME;EF~ OF 3_R~ERVATI2~NS 0 0 "'~ C: 3S )SI, IO00 70 :3, ~2
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W ), -I C) 0 ~_ o c 3 0 r- ¢D (t0 m ID ml 0 ¢D ii X m eL, E 0 0 /" RESULT5 (CONT} ~ P~YBI:AL ~EASI~RE~E~ITS ~#~ T~P FILL CIC VENTILATION DErI~ITY PAPE~ PD PD PD LGT~ L~TH L~T~ L~%'H wT ~T W" ~T ~ATCH PACKET % STD e~3.:~C PER~ TOTAL ROD FIL;R ;UI~L ~OD ;IL~R OTIP CI;C TOTAL ROD ;C_T;v :!LTR CO~E CODE b£v. HG!CC (CV) ~ WG ~ wG M~ w:] ~ ~I~ H~ mM MM G ~ NETT S rIP CURRENT BATCH ;~SULT~ ~It) Ill
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0 =o g- HI 0 (D W ,e -r I'D i e,,,l,, =I" C) 91 "-,I "11 0" ,,,iI l- m o o ".:: L, ".[; @C ~r: J," ~.:,.T ,: ;~E °'~,."~ - .A~:.": :. T']~',.' T.L: .~ L"~'-~''~:<~ ~.'::" : .C.- !'-' ;A:.!ETY : '~;~":AN9 NA~E "1.~Rh":T 5::~L~,::_ "::'_TZ~ ."E',T-:.,~_ .:_.'~:.'.- , r~ - ,- ::ODE .._ ~. ~r~.CAT|ON : CRUM F2 :';PILOT Uh-.-'. : -' NO NQ :E~-v_-~, i r;FORMAT ~. ;N : R.CRELL I~i HOLLA,N~ ;- .' ,: ,~ G.,,, : QVERT(P ;[LTER M-5~CTIL')t~ (I'IMI ":-~-:E:TION (~M) T-~EC'IIC,~ :M;~,: .,~NTILAFI.]h ;vFE ..................................................................... o ................................................................................... RE.RULT~ : ~M,]i-,E ~E~,EURE~E"~T-~ T~BACCO ~SA-:U:~Ei')£:i]5 ~1~ T']TAL C ~ F',' I~' Q,h ~'ED "r':: T -~ L ,"E, " ~ T ,-",~. ' :. "' DATE' ~MW,N F NIC PM klN~" T~rl WATER P.~;; MC.N9.'{ i DE .~.~C '~ U C- ;...--, ~ U C, :'~ ;.:, :O:~T. ,::'Jt, T. BATCH BF 5MKG ~::UTT .w.G MG ,'TGT:,L MG Mfi :,~(~ MG :.." ['WF; O~iE: DWB ~:F : AT CODE RECEIPT ,MI': LENSIH ::[G DIG NIC C;.C CIC, DIg V/': ": % ": °: -:a~'.C,'; CuRF~ENT I~AFCH RE~UL'I'5 ~C'dH,j [ MA~ 9:~ ~300 ~5rj !,~.7 l.ll 15 22.~ ~.O -~.I 12.," G,7 ~o. I 95% CL DN CURRENT RFSULT5 ~-/-; 2.= 3.1~ ~.? l,~ ':,'~: ~U~EF. OF OBSERVATIONB 4 4 4 4 4 RESULT5 {CONT) : PHYSiCaL ~EASUREMENT~ i~n TIPr-~ '.L~ 1:~5 VENTILATION DENBITY PAPER PD PD F'D LGIH :~TH LGTh LGTH wT ~ ~ ~T EAfCH PACKET 3 ~TD ~13.5:;aC PERM TOTAL ROD FILTR TOTAL ~:3D FiLFq 9TIP C1;: TOTAL ROD F2tT~ :[L:'R CODE CODE DEV. MG;CC (CU) ~M WG n~ WG MM WG ~ MM M~ ~ MM ~ ~ NE~T G TI; CU~R~JNT F~A~CH RE.~ULT5 w "~,:; r:L 3N ]UR~3N: R'ES'.'L:~ :-,- .'~'Jr~BZR OF .~SSER'.;iTICh5 ~ C. :: e ;;K,,~; '~E.~'.'LT~ '..,;1££;' The5'-: :~:'gI;';53 .:,RE ,,.it ":'UE -WCRE[!T~[: .,,
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J~ O O O J~ Co BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 ii i i~lili~i~ii flail~¸¸¸ i~ ¸¸¸ ~i ....
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GALLAHER LIMITED MEMBERS HILL • BROOKLANDS ROAD WEYBRIDGE SURREY • KTI3 OQU T~LEP~ONE: 09~2-es9777 FACSIMILE: Og~Z SSS777 &XT Z~3 Tff'~X~ ~55OS DJM/SP.B 16 February 1990 Dear Colleague, CRY0 TF Pilot St~Z The plan for the Pilot Study was enclosed with my letter (2nd February 1990). Enclosed with this letter are:- - Tubes and tubing machine. - RYO Papers and handrolling machines with spacer inserts (7.4mm diameter 23.2mm circ.). The tobacco (400gm) for the sample will be sent to you directly by Mr. de Fries (Douwe Egbert - Van Nelle). Z enclose explanatory notes/photographs relating to the use of the "spacers" to control the diameter of the handrolled models. It would be interes=ing if participants (where possible) could measure the circumference/diameter of the handrolled models. This is feasible using a tape circumference gauge, but the actual test products used in the smoking runs need not be checked. A~y excessive handlln8 of these smoking samples may cause !oss of tobacco from the ends of the product. I =hauk you for co!lahorating in this Trial, the willingness of members of CRY0 TF to take par= is encouraging - !7 laboratories will be involved. If =here are any queries (adminis=rative or technical) tha~ you have~ please telephone me, Yours sincerely, r Dr. D.J. Mackenzie O O O t~ OO t;l BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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/," CORES~A RYO PILOT STUDY /Tubin~ Product Proposed speciflca~lon:- 70 x 23.9 (7.6) @ 267 = ~50 =g ~o Tubes - Base ~eLgh~ 25gs~, Chalk Z5%, Citrate l%, Porosigy 50 CU can be ~ade available from V.D.R. '-... Elandrolled Product Proposed speci£ication:- 70 x 23.Z (7.a) @ Z67 = 800 =g ~i~ Paper Leaves - proposed 24.bgsm, Chalk 25Z, Citrate [%, Porosity 60 CU, Blend If this paper can a0c be suppiied, an al~crnative ~ill be made available [rom RIZLA. Use Haster Blend = DRUH. Test Product Preoaratlou (i) Tobacco ¢ondit~onlng - 66% R~fZO°C (over Sodium Nitrite). (ii) Hake up ~o i20 samples a: 850~g (Tubing) and 800sg (Handrolled). (ill) Product condltioning - 66% gH/20°C (over Sodiua Ni:ri[e). (iv) Select 9U products (of each type) at 850mg/~/-&Qmgl to give 80 produc~s (of each type) for sso~[ng. / Saoki.~ Protocol ~ ,J--~--~,~t.,-,..; "j S~cking wl~l be accordlug to ISO &387 EXCEPT that BUTT LE~ICTH wil! be 27=~. Class-flbre £1iter traps will be used ~o collect ~he particulate ma~ter- Each participating laboratory should select one of the following s=oklng • achine~ 6or analysts. [. 8 chamlel linear (Ftltrona 302) S/H 2~ 2. 20 channel llnaar (Fiitrona 3001350) S/H 3. 20 cka,~ne[ rotary (Borgwaldt PJI 2U) S/H wi~h central crnppiilg. 2/Cont'd ..... J~ 0 0 0 J~ L/3 F- BATCo document for Legal Services - Health Canada 28 February 2001
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..NDUM ./ f COKESTA RYO PILOT STU'Dy Please note: on Pase Test Product Preparation shou!d read: "Select 90 products (of each type) at 850/800m~.+/- 40mg to g£ve 80 products (of each type) for smoking". DJH/S~ 212t90 0 0 0 QJl Z: 1 I 1 BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001
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CURESTA R¥O TASK FORCE PILOT STUDY vo4-P As requested, a plan for a Pilot Study for ~he major invesclgarlon has been ~'~ prepa ted, The Eollowlng comments cat~ be made:- i. Because cubes close ~o the ~greed size speclfica=ion are alceady available, ~he Pilot Study will be run aC only I Slze to avoid delay in acqulrln@ s~aller diameter tubes and tubing machines. The PLAI~ paper cubes and tubing machines Erom '~.D.R. will be distributed by Dr. O.J. ~ckenz£e. 3. Supply ~f tl~e proposed paper is still snbjeet ~o confirmacicn by RIZLA. C|,[s ~a=~Lcular specification is no~ practicable, an alternative paper sample will be provided. These papers and handrolllng macidnes will be dis~rlbuced by Dr. D.Jo Mackenzie. The fact that the cubing samples and handrolled samples are no~ ~o exactly the same Paper and Welgh~ spec!flca~ions is nor, a= ~his time, sri~IcaiL because the Pilot Study is ~o establish varlahility between laboratories and not ~o compare ~he yields of cubing samples uith handrolled samples. 5. The Tobacco BLend foc the Pilot Study will be DRUM (Deuwe Egbert - Van Ne[le). To avoid duty payment (on i~port to UK), arrangsments are bein~ made to have the ~obacco samples distribu=e~ direc=!y fre~ I[ollan4 (DZ-VN) to parclclpa~ing laboracorles- 6. The targe~ da~es for this Pilot Study, are:- [i) by end-February : all materials in test laboratories. ~.lL) by end ~larch : all results sent to Or. D.J. [lackeszie. (iil) by [9/4/90 : findings available for CRYO TF =ee=i~g. O O O (DO BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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- 2 - .P .°. In all cases 80 cigarettes will be required for analysis, selected and conditioned as described above. In ail smoking plans which follow~ T = Tubing sample; R ~ Hand-Rolled sample. 1. 8 Chaonel Linear Smoker & smoking runs will be required. On each run, 4 channels of ¢ and 4 channels of H should be ob=alned, subject t= randomisation of the ports if part of your normal laboratory procedure. 5 cigarettes per channel will be smoked throughout. Individual results for each KYO product type, clearly labelled with run and channel number, should be reported for Puffs, Wet TPH, Water, Nicotine and P~NF (NFDFM). 2. 20 Channel Linear Smoker 4 smoking runs will be required. On each run, 4 channels of Y and 4 channels of H should be obtained, subject to randomisatlon of the ports if part of your normal laboratory procedure. 5 cigarettes per channel will be smoked throughout. Individual results ~or each RY0 produc= type, clearly labelled wi~h run and channel number, should he repotted for Puffs, Wet TPM, Water, Nicotine and PH~NF (NFDPM). The 12 additional ports available on each smoking run can he used for other laborstory work but no~ reported. 3. 20 Channel Rotary Smoker 8 smoking runs will be required, 4 for T and 4 for H. The order of samples by runs should be randomised. 20 cigarettes per smoking run will thus be required. Results for each RYO type, clearly labelled with run number should be reported for Puffs, We= TPH, Water, Nicotine and PHWNF (NFD~t). 4. Reportln~ of Resul=s All results should be reported to two places of decimals. Please also include the average weight (after conditioning and making} of ~he selected /. samples for each RYO type. %~J~75 "~~"~: :\ ~c ~ Results should be sen~ to the Secretary, Dr D J ~ckenzie Gallaher Limited Members Hill Brooklands Road WEYBRIDGE Surrey England KTL30QU to arrive no later than 30th March 1990. 0 0 0 Qj-l t© BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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-'. ,f- t Feb 2 t,'::03 [:9:',:. 3-ME:~'S~4GE : F,..,-,,-,~ OF ,.L.[,E .. MES'=',"-.3E "~ ....... F'.~.:a~: T..~:le • :','-,~.~t~hZ::.:.7" t,:, "22.5,>5" OrL,~Zr,,_~t,-;" : rdb_a~qh Begln telc-~.' 2'~58_L 25505 GALTOB G 859L(,I 8ATUKE G S-MESSAGE TIMED AT: FE~ REF: 295:~! " 16:01 TO - DF.~J.J.MACgENZ~E, GALLAHERS UK "F~.'OM - DF. R. A. CFE~_L IN, B.~.TU~ E R+D CENTRE : SOUT.~AMPFON I CO.r4FIP.M WILLINGNESS OF BAT TO PARTICIPATE IN PILOT ~CTUD"(. THPNK YOU FOR OUTL[NiNG SCALE O!: COMMITME~JT AND FOR INDICATING TIMI"IGS. REGARDS ROBIN CRELL!N 2.2.90 859101 bATLI;,E G '~, = ,=.m¢, GALTQB G ..... Ei°,d .Zq 581 ......... ! } t - -. ! I ! ( { 0 0 0 tJ~ 03 £71 "-0/' BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001 ii Uiitiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiii
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GALLAHER LIMITED MEMBERS HILL • BROOKLANDS ROAD WEYBRIDGE SURREY KTI30QU TELEPHONE: 093~-859777 F"ACS~MILE: 093Z 859777 EXT 2233 TELEX: ~SSOS DJM/S:'~B Dr. R. Crellin, BAT (UK & E) Limited, Regent's Park Road, Southampton, 509 IPE. 2 February 1990 Dear Colleague, Coresta RYe Task Force Several papers are enclosed relevant tn the proceedings of the CRYO TF. l, 2- >inures of Ist meeting at Sheraton Skyline ([7/01/90), includlng:- - Attendance - Confirmed objectives of the CRYO TF. An update of the responses to the RYO Questionnaire. Any further amendments or additions should be advised to the Secrecary (CRYO TF). ,~.. 3, As a consequence of discussions at the Ist meeting of CRYO TF, certain changes and additions have been made to the Tables (Sections i - 12) circulated on 17/01/90. There are now 14 Sections including the additional study of the effects of paper formulation. Allocation of the work of the Sections is noted (where relevant) as agreed by participants on 17/01/90. Plan Eor Pilot Study. Certain members of CRYO TF have been Telexed seeking confirmation that they are willing to participate in the Pilot Study. All ma=erials for this trial will be distributed by Secretarty (CRYO TF) =o participating laboratories. Yours sincerely, Dr. D.J. Mackenzie R-~':~TF.RED OF~rC~. %S %~nVF. REGI~'t~RF.D IY ENGtoL'~D ~'~..'~l~FFt :50~5r:~ 4~ 0 0 0 CO BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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MINUTES OF LST ~!ETING OF THE CORESTA RYO TASK FORCE LOCATION: London on 17=h January 1990 ATTEND ANCE = 31 Members (see full List - Appendix ~) AGENDA: ITEM I: Copy atsached (Appendix 2) ITEM 2: There were no amendments to the Notes on the Brisco! meeting (7th November 1989). The Objectives agreed at that meeting were confirmed (copy attached - Appendix 3). The Chairman had received a letter from C. Joigny recognising the formation of this Coresta KYO Task Force ("CRYO TF") and askinE =hat the resul£s of the first meetings be reported to the Smoke Group of Coresta. ITEM 3: ITS. 4: Ques~ionnalre on RYO Smoker Kabits The responses sent by 13 Members of the CRYO TF had been consolidated. H~nor amendments ~ere noted. l~ was agreed =hac ~he documenE should be =ainEalned Eor reference by the CRYO TF, and members were asked Eo notify any changes or addiEions to the infor~aEion to the Secretary. The information provided had been used in the development of the proposed programme to investigate the effects of RYO product design factors on yields. A copy of the amended Tables are enclosed with these mintues. (Appendix 4). Programme for Study of RYO Product Desigmm Factors ..... (t) Yhe format of a programme to investigate the effect of several design factors on the yields of RYO products had been circulated before the meeting. A revised programme with some amendments was tabled at the meeuingo General commencs were:- (i) there should be a greater number of product models made both by Tubing AN__~D by Handrolling. (ii) =he range of produc= model densities should be extended to reflect more properly, the actual densities used by RYO smokers. A range 170 - 38Omg/nc was proposed. 2/Cont'd ..... O O O L~ CO £.n BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 iii i ii]iiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii
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- Z - (Z) (iii) (iv) (v) special handrolling equipment would have [o be supplied to make the range of circumferences (diameters) proposed. no details had been given of the statlsclcal design of the programme. Without a proper design, the relevance of the results could be questioned and the technical value of the whole programme i~ discussion with any regulatory bodies would be reduced. the principle of using TUBING and FACTOKY-MADE models =o minimise the number of handrolling models was questioned. In particular the degradation of long-stranded RYO tobaccos in factory clgaret=e-~aki~g machines may affect the yields. If Section I[ of the programme (comparing the different ways of produce manufacKure) showed that there was a difference, a more thorough study of paper porosity effects using only tubing (or handrolled) samples may be necessary. The proposed programme was discussed in dezail by reference co =he IZ Sections (circulated oR 17/I/9Q). A~ amended set of L4 Sections (Appendix 5) is enclosed with these minutes incorporating the agreed changes. These changes were:- Section I ~ extending the range of tubing product densities co 365mg/cc. Sectlou 2 - extending the Handrolled product density co 167mg/cc. Section 3 - extending ~he Tubing product density to !87mg/cc. Section 4 - no change, although consideration was given ~o a model at increased weight at this configuration, Secciou 5 - no change. Sectlon 6 a "European-size"model (8OOmg) has been added. This wiil require 2 special paper widths tO achieve the different overlaps. Sectioas 7&8 programmes agreed in principle subject to reservations (see &.l. (v) above) about the validity of comparing factory-made samples wi~h hand-made. Some concern was no~ed about selective loss of stem and/or "Birds Eye" during cigarette making. The proposed levels were agreed as I0, 40, 80 CU with a perforaEed paper made from a base paper (40 CU) enhanced (electrostatlc) to a total 80 CU. The 40 CU paper will be used as the "s~andard" paper for the samples in Set=ions I - 6. (See also notes on Section 13). 3/Cont'd ..... CD CD CD (J1 (3o L;I o~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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- 3 - The choice of Blends was based on popularity of use in various marketing regions of Europe. The b~STER BLEND will be DRUM. The ALTERNATIVE 5LENDS were agreed as:- ALTERNATIVE BLEND - A = PETTEROE NO. 3 - B - GOLDEN VIRGINIA - C = .MARLBORO (SHAG) - D = SCHWARZER KRAUSEK NO. ! It was agreed that brand names would NOT be used in any reports of the results from the progra.,me. The choices of paper types and blends have been incorporated in the revised sec of Sections of the programme enclosed with these Minu~es. SecClons - no change. Section II - no change to the programme. The paper porosity for the samples is 40 CU, the option chosen as the "Standard" paper. Section 12 -oniy change is the inclusion of the additional alternative blend samples. Section 13 - This additional Section covers the effecEs of the paper formulations (filler and burn additive). The Standard Paper has the following characteristics:- Base Weigh~ c__aa 25 gsm Porosity 40C.U. Filler 25% Ca carbonate Additive !% Sod./Po=. Citrate The agreed alternative paper formulations are i5 and 25% Calcium Carbonate; 0 and ~5% Sodium/ Potassium Citrate. The choice of 25 gsm aspaper base weight Is a= ~he high end of available RYO papers. The Pilot Study (see ~em 5 (Z)) ~ill show if ~est Products can be satisfactorily handrolled with such a paper. Lower base weight papers can be examined later i~ the programme if necessary. Section lA - The smoking of the Paper Formulation (Section 13) Samples. ITEM 5: (1) Tobacco Manufacturers and Material Supplier Companies agreed to partlclpa~e in the experimental programme. 4/Cont'd ..... O CD O CO L/] BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i i ii]iiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii
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- 4 - ITEM 6 : ITEM 7: DJH/S~ 31 .I .90. (2) The volunteers for the various Sections of the programme were:- Section ~ - Niemeyer and D. Egbert/Van Nelle Section 2 - LTR Section 3 - Poeschl and Brinkmann Section ~ - ITL Section 5 - Delayed but format to be used in a Pilot Study (see 5 (2)) Section 6 - Delayed Section 7 - Gallaher Section 8 - Gallaher Sections - To be allocated between Kec=ig, Tiedemann, P. Morris 9,10,12,14 (CH), LTK, BAT (Southampton), BAT (Hamburg), Rothmans, (Smoking Svensk Tobac, Landewyck, Turmac, Bollore. only) (Final alloca=ion to be made 19/4/90). Section il- Reemts~a Sec~iom 13- Gallaher K/R (Get=any) declined to participate a= this stage. All Participants are asked to consider in detail the experimental design of the Section for which they are responsible. Because =he inter-laboratory variability and sample variability for this type o~ programme is unknown, it was agreed that a PILOT STh~Y be conducted. This would be based on Section 5 but would involve ~he maklnE and smoking of I TubinE and i Handrolled sample. All members were asked te take part in ~hls study. Full details of this Pilot Study would be prspared and advised by the SECRETARY of the CRYO T.F. It would be based on readily available sizes and types of tubis8 and RYO papers after consultation with Messrs. Marx and Short. All materials (papers and tobacco) and hand-making equipment would be provided. The target dates are:- Pilot Study - start: March 1990 - completion: next CRYO TF meeting (19°4°90) ~in Study - start: May 1990 - comple~ion: to be agreed later Collation and ~porti,~ of Results This i~em was not discussed but it is proposed that all data from ~he Filo~ Study he sent co CRYO TF Secretary who will organise ~he necessary statistical analyses. Next Meetia~ By imvi:ation from the VDR, the next meeting will be held in Dusseldorf on [gCh April 1990. o o o L~ Co tJu C BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001
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APPENDIX i CORESTA R.Y.O. TASK FORCE PARTICIPANTS - [TT~ JANUARY [990 CHAIRMAN DR. P. SADLER I~ERZAL TOBACCO LTD GB G. ANDERSON SVENSKA TOBAKS S P. ANDRIE~X GROUPE LANA F T. BAECKSTROM O,Y, RETTIG SF J.B. BODER P, MORRIS CH DR. R. CRELLIN B.A.T. (SOUTHAMPTON) GB B.E. FROST ROTKMANS GB MISS C. GOETZE L.~'DE~YCK L DR. V, HAUSEN REEMTSMA D J. v.d. EEIDE TUR}[AC NL G. HILL NIEMEYER D H. HUISKES NiEMEYER NL S. KOBOLD DOUWE EGBERT-VA2~ HELLE NL DR. R. KROGER REKMTSMA D DR, P. ~RNOT BOLLORE TECHNOLOGIES F C. ~[ARRES VNK NL F.P. ~L~RX VDR D DR. L. MUELLER RJR D R. OLSEN TIEBE~[ANNS N DR. D. PANGRITZ BAT (HAMBURG) D MISS N. PIRIOU LTR iNDUSTRIES F DR. E° POESCHL A. POESCHL D G. QUINTENS T.~BACOFINA-V.D. ELST B DR. P. RHENSIUS BRINKMANN D W.R. SHORT RIZLA GB K. THELEN WATTENS A A. de VRIES DO,WE EGBERT-VAN NELLE NL DR. D. WESTCOTT P. HORRIS [GB] A.H. WRIGHT GALLAHER GB SECRETARY DR. D.J. ~CKENZIE GALLAHER GB 0 0 0 U7 CO U1 <, BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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APPENDIX 2 "CORESTA R,Y.O. TASK FORCE." Meeting at SHERATON SKYLINE HOTEL, BATH ROAD, LONDON on Wednesday 17th January 1990 at 10.30 a,m, AGENDA ~o 2, Correccions to notes on Bristol Meeting 7 November 1989. Recognition by CORESTA Smoke Study Group as Task Forceo 3. Responses co Questionnaire oa RYO Smoker Habics. 4. Consider and agree plan for study of RYO produat design fat=ors° S. Resources for agreed programme - Participating Companies - Supply of =aterials for models. 6° Responsibili:y for collation and reporting of Test Results. 7. Danes/locations of future meetings. DJM/SMB 8.12.89. 0 0 0 Co BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i i i i iiJiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiii
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APPEND[X 3 C0RESTA RYO TASK FORCE 0EJECTZVES i, 2. , To document how RYO smokers in different countries make their cigarettes. To establish the effects on the Particulate matter and nicotine deliveries of RYO cigarettes, of the materials and complete design of the cigare=te. To make recommendations to the Smoke Study Group on the r~levance of proposed s=andard smokinE methods in terms of meaningful censumer infotmatlon. PASbaeSll9.1 8 NovembeL- 1989 CD CD O GO L/] X BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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D0 ), -4 O o o. o 0 C 3 o F m m| 0 u= -r m 0 "1"1 0 0 ->... t~ (Z2) 0 0 & - RYO PRODUCT COMPONENTS COUNTRY TOTAL MARKET TONNRS/YEAR* AUSTRIA 100 SELG~UN/LUX 5400 (ses2) D~NMAI~ (1395) 120 (z2o) f NAIN BRANDS HAVERICK ALTESSE DRUH ~JA 17 AJJA 17 SAHSON BELG~.I 19 BELC,~J,[ [4 GAULOISES BELGAH 20 OLD t~LBORN COl, DEN VIRGINIA SAHSON DUHA F I HLAND 570 ~OHA (42le) ;ERMA-NY 14OO0 DRUtl SURVEY OF RYO HARKETS (BY COUNTRY) BRAND STYLE BRAND CHARACTERISTICS (DARK/LIGHT) HOIST. SIC CUT WIDTH z z (HH) 12 2.3 12 2.5 HALF DARK 18.7 2.2 0.38 DARK 19.6 2.3 0.26 LIGHT 19.6 2.8 0,29 HALF DARK 2O.L 2.5 0.40 LIGHT 20.6 2.5 0.40 DARK 20 . 8 2 • 4 0 • 40 DARK 19 o4 2.2 0.35 LIGHT 20.7 2 • I 0.40 50DI50L 26 2.3 0.5 LIGHT 25 3.l 0.4 500/501, 2t 2.2 0.5 50D/50L 20 2.0 0.6 DARK 17 2.1 0.5 DARK/LIGHT DARK 16-20 2-3 0.3-0.4 APpRNDI% 4 PAYRR SHEETS AVAILABIJg N~T~RIALS TUBES FILTF~ ALTESSE 50CO TRIXI SPEC. 50CU ASADIE 50CU RIZABADIE ISCO MARIE ALPACI 20CU ACETATE RIZLA 133 6CO ACETATE RIZLA RED 5CU R{ZLA GREEN 5CO RIZLA 4.5CU GIZEH 45CU ACETATE RIZLA BLED 4CU JOB SUPAIR 95CU ZIGZAG 4CU UCB 2CU
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-4 O O e~ O O e= 3 -,h O -q r- eD ~o m O~ ¢D BI O ¢D su -r E ~r O e~ 0~ ~O ~q Or ,=I ~O O O __z t/b co ulb c) O O FRANC~ (4218) ~ERMAN¥ 14000 14200 (1450s) DRUH SAHSON BANTAH SCHW. KRAOSER I JAV. JONG. HILD LANCLA HB HARLBORO VAN NELLE GOLDEN GATE DARK/LIGHT DARK DARK/HED. DARK DARK DARK LIGIIT LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT DARK LIGHT LUXEMBOURG 285 DRUM 50D/50L (202) SAMSON 50D/50L VAN NELLE 100D NETHERLANDS 16000 DRUH (16048) SAMSON VAN NELLE (SUP. QUAL.) qORWAY 3500 PETTEROE 3 PETTEROE MILD EVENTYRBL. 3 ~D.D~K HED. DARK D~K ( SWEDEN 800 JOHN SILVER ) ESCORT ) TIEDEHANS GUL ) 16-20 2-3 0.3-0.4 17.5-19.5 2.1-2.8 0.3-0.4 17-19 16.5-18.5 1.9-2.6 0.3-0.4 16-20 2,5-3,5 0.2-0,3 ;WITZERLAND JNITED KINGDOM 4250 GOLDEN VIRGINIA (4500) OLD HOLBORN 21 2.1 0.4 24.4 1.8 0.4 23 3.2 0.4 t TOTAL (BRACKETS) - INFO. EX, BAT (UNOFFICIAL) |8.1.90. 16-20 2-3 0.3-0.4 16-20 2-3 O.3-0.4 16-20 2.5-3.5 0.2-0.3 DARK/LIGHT 18.5 2.5 0.5 LIGHT 18.5 1.8 0.5 LIGHT 18 2.2 0.5 mER. ) BLEND ) ) LIGHT DARK 14-16 0.5-0.7 2-2.5 26 3.4 0.45 27 2.8 0.42 RIZLA BLEU 4CU JOB SUPA1R 95CU ZIGZAG 4CU UCB 2CU GIZEB 16CU PRIVILEG 56CU ACETATE EFKA 35CU P. HALL 50CU HUSKOTE 22CU PHOENIX 52CU BANTAM 20CU GOLDEN TIP 30CU ~4BOSS 25CUMENTHOL TIP 52CU (SEE ATTo LANCIA 28CU LIST) WEST 25CU (SEE ArT. LIST) PRIVILEG 50CD ACETATE JOHNNY IN TUBES HASCOTTE 65-75CU PERFORATED ACETATE RIZLA RED 65-75CU FILTER TUBES RIZLA (RED) 8CU WINNER TIP ACETATE BIG BEN 9CU IN TUBES RIZLA IOCU RED JOHN SILVER 80CU RIZLA RED 12CU R1ZLA GREEN 12CU RIZLA BLUE N/K VENTAIRE 75CU ACETATE
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O F" m (n m= O ,= -r m zr o e~ "N ~r c 0 0 CO 0 0 B - RYO SMOKER FRACTICES COUNTRy TUBING Z AUSTRIA BELGIUM/LUX 31 DEA~L~RK USE OF PAPER ROLLING BY MACHINE BY HAND Z Z -- m 28 EIRE NIL c5 95 NIL F[N[.AND 9 90 FRANCE clOZ 30-A9 ~0 50 A i SURVEY OF RYO MARKETS (BY COUNTRY) FILTERS Z TUBING WEIGHT 800 TYPICAL PRODUCT SIZES KAND~LL CZRCIDZ~ ~Z~ CZRCIDU. 25.t/8 800 25.1/8 (600-~000) (6-8) 800 22.9/7,3 (400-1200) 23.9/7.6 (5-9) (~A~E OF SHAPES) 1
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W --4 0 0 Q. 0 0 e- 3 t~ -x tm~ 0 r" t~ m f~ ¢D gJ 0 ¢D O~ BI -I- t~ m m 0 Q. O0 "ti 0 0 _x FRANCE ,10Z LUXEMBOURG 89 V NETHERLANDS 5-10 I0 ORDER 5 ~o 85-90 NIL NORWAY 1| ~1% 8B NIL S~DEN 50 25 25 SWITZERLAND ~IOX UNITED KINGDOM 18.1.90. 2O 4-5 i!.' 1 ooo ( 8oo- t 200) I000 (950) 25.3/8.05 25.1/8 800 22.9/7.3 (400-1200) 23.9/7.6 (5-9) (~NG~ OF S~PES) 782 22.3/7.1 (490--1400) (4.8-10.2) (RANGE OF SHAPES) 900 22/7 (8oo-Iooo) (6-B) 543 17.9/5.7 (417-7) (?)
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GO O O ~,, O e- 3 0 0 r- w In -r W e~ D" C W 0 0 ACTION - LTR RYO FROGRAHHK - SECTION 2 All IllV,P~cll;;~f I¢)11 of the VI|,~Clit'IFEI{F:N(:I.: (I)IAHI.['rI.:R) ;l~l~l DEN:;g'I'Y I".FFF.C't'.~ wh,~>, i~rod~lct~ ,;B0"o~ m:.b.. |., ,~ I.'IXEI) t~ [(;lIT • Samples made by handroilln~ with a machine. SANPLES 6 liandroll (=,I/c) SIZ£ WE[CIITS 70 x 23.2 (7.4) @ 167 500 ta8 70 X [9.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 rag 70 x 17.5 (5.6) @ 293 500 mg 70 x [6.5 (5.3) @ 3~0 500 rag RE;(~U l REMENT ) Haking - 6 Ha.droll ) ) SelecCLo. (we) ) ) Conditioning & ) Sraokln8 (6 Samples ) + Con~ rot C[ 8,.~rcL Le) 70 x [6.5 (5.3) @ 230 70 x 15.3 (6.9) @ 268 N,B. All compnrlso=~n b~sed on:- tobacco blend - "Master Bles~d" - Drum pap~ i. yp~: poros|ty Lto ~l co.diLlonl~g atmosphere (66X RII/20°C) for prod.eta before sraok[~8 SCandard smoking regime for all samples ~/elghra/densl~y ar c~ndit|oned mo|o~ure [or ~he "Nasrer Blerld"
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o i =i r- U~ m| O ¢9 t~ w@ -I- ¢D m =r O ~O O0 "11 O" Ii O O ill.¸ RYO PROGRAHHE - SKCTION 3 ACTION - POESCHL and BRLttKHANH An inve.~tlgntlon o~ the I~l,A¢;ll'l' a.td JH';NSITY F.,I:I"I:,C'I'S when prudncts are made to a FIXED CIRCUHFI'RENC~" (Di AHETER). Samples made by tubing. SAMPLES 6 Tubing SIZE WEIGIITS 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 3[6 It00 mg 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 273 950 mg 70 x 25.0 (B.O) ~ 230 800 =g 70 x 25.0 (8.0) ~ 187 650 mg R Eq~ t R~a~E~rr Hakhtg - 6 Tubing Selection (wt) Conditioning & Smoking (6 Samples + Control Cigarette) 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 298 70 x 19,8 (6,3) @ 229 650 mg 500 mg N.B. All comparisons based on:~ [ tobacco blend - "Haster Blend" - Drum l paper type porosity 40 CO I condlEIOntng atmosphere (66g KII/20°C) for products before smoking S~andard smoking regime ~or all samples Neights/denslty at conditioned moisture for ~|te "Haster Blend"
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T:T" !i!i!? ilili O =. B" "11 r" tQ ~p m U} (P NI o m| -r (p O ~p O. 00 "11 ¢r "R Pc O O RYO PROGRAHHE - $KCTION 4 ACTION - Ii';PERIAL TOBACCO |,II'|I'I'ED An [wwestigatton o{ thc WEIGIIT and DENSLTY EF[:[~-C'['.S when p(oducts are made to a FLXED CLRCUHFERI';NCI'~ (D tAHETF.R). ,Samples made by ha~drolltng wLth a machLne. SAH I'LES S I Zg Wg ICIlT$ R~U I R F.H gHT 3 liandroll lO x 16.5 (5.3) @ 3}(} "5UO mg ) Haklng - 3 lia,dcoll (H/C) ) 70 x ]6.S (5.3) @ 280 425 mG ) SelecPion (wt) ) 70 x 16.5 (.5.3) @ 230 350 mg ) Collditiontng & Smok|ag (3 Samples + Control Cigarette) N.B. All comparisons based on:- I tobacco blend - "Haster Blend" - Dr.m | papec type porosity 40 CU i co.dlt.~.,+l~g atmo.~pI..~ru (66% Rl|/2¢)°C) [~F l+rod,ct~ I~'[~J,'~ smoki,l: Standard smokiag ~¢g|me ~:o[" all samples Welghts/denstty at condlt[oaed moisture for r.he "Haster Blend" ._d 9 Iz l O00P
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O =o r- m 00 mg O ¢D mm "I= ¢D m =r O ¢2. b~ O0 "11 ¢D ~r C O O / R¥O PROCRAHNE - SECTION 5 ACTION - Section DELAYED To investigate whether there are yield d|f~ere¢~ces when products ~re made by TUBING ral:her tha,i hy llANDROLLING • Two produce weights/tun circumferences are included, Hatchtng samples are made by tubing and handcoltlng wLth a machLne. SAMPLES SIZE/DENSITY NEIG]ITS R~UIREHENT Tubing 70 x 23.2 (7.4) ~ 267 800 mg ) Haking - 2 Tubing ) 2 Handroll ) Handroll 70 x 23.2 (7.4) @ 267 800 mg ) SelecLlon (wt) (H/c) ) ) Condtttoni ,~g & ) S=nokl=lg (4 S~mples Tubing 70 x 19.B (6.3) @ 229 500 mg ) + Cnt~trol ) Clgacette) ) Handroll 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg ) (H/c) ) N.B, All compariso=ts based on:- I tobacco blend ~ "'flaster Blend" - Drum I paper type porosity 40 CU 1 conditionlng atmosphere (66Z RH/20°C) for products before smoking Standard s~noklng regime for all samples Welghts/density at conditioned moisture for the "'Haster Blend"
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O g =o Ii O O (a ee -r O ! ~r O e~ O0 "fl O O" C O O R¥0 PROGRAHHR - SKCTION 6 ACTION - Section DELAYED Paper far handrolling RYO products COdeS In Standard wtdt:h, bur smokers roll products to thetr individual circumference (diameter) preferences with conseqttent dtf[erent amounts of paper overIapo Tills investigation studies the e{[ects (on yields) of differe~l~: anln~=nta of PAPER OVERI,AP, A single paper porosity (hO CU) wilt be used. SAHPLES S l ZiE/|)ENS I'|'Y WE|CII'_rS PAPER WIDTH (OVERLAP) b Iiandroll 70 x 25.0 (8.0) (~ 230 800 mg Wide Paper 50 mm 2.0 Layers (HIC) 70 x 25.0 (~.O) ~ 230 8OOmg 70 x ~9.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg 70 x I9.8 (6,3) @ 229 500 ~g 70 x 15.3 (4.9) @ 268 350 mg 70 x 15.3 (4.9) @ 268 350 mg Narrow Paper 30 mm Srd Paper Width 37ram Narrow Paper 2Atom Wt d th Std Paper W£dth 31ram Narro~ Paper 20mm Width 1.2 Layers |.9 Layers i.2 Layers 2.4 Layers t.3 Layers R_~II | REHF.N'F ) Haklng 6 ) Ilandro[ l ) ) Selection (wt) ) ) ) Cond|tionil~g b ) SmokIng ) ) (b Samp].es + ) Cont t'ol ) Ctgaretue) ) ) ) ) ) ) N.B. All Compartsot=s based on:- l [obacco blend - "Haster Blend" - Drum I paper type porosity ~0 CU 1 conditioning atmosphere (66~ RH/20°C) £or products before smoking Standard smoking regime ~or all samples Weights/density at conditioned moisture for tl~e "Haster Blend" , S S LO00
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00 > O o r~ 0 0 g 0 m mm 0 im m m 0 m D" c o o R¥O PR~BAHHE - SECTION 7 ACTION - GALLAIIER This section of Lhe Programme involves only tile HAKIN(-' of sv,nples a,~d distribution to rile l,aboratorles participating in ~he relevant, sections of rhe programme. All these modeln will he m~l(ie as HI,AIN CI{;AI(ET'I'I.;S ml a r. iflnret:~e-maklnll machine in a FaclTory. The St.dies of Lhe effects of PAPER TYP['; and BI,FND TYPE on y|e|ds are proposed as "'COHPAI{ISON" Studies and the use of factory-made (Codes A-D) prodx=cCs Is ¢ous{dered valid. The paper porosity leve!s are IO, 40, 80 CU (Inherent) 80 CU perforated 40 + 40 E/Slat). The nomination EIASTEE BLEND (HE) will be DRUH. The ALTERNATIVE BLENDS are I~ET'£EROE No. 3, Gel,DEN VIRGINIA, HARLBORO SItA(;, SCIIWARZER KREUSER No. l (Codes ALT A-I)). * N.B. The HAS'fEI~ BLEND products No. Is nomheaLed as the CONTROL clgacette distributed to ALL Laboral:orles for SAHPLES i I Samples Factory-made inclusion in Smoking trials. SIZE/DENSITY 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 273 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 273 70 x 25.~ (8.0) @ Z73 7o x 25.0 (8.0) @ 23o * 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 70 x 25.O (8.0) @ 230 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 70 x 25.u (8.0) @ 230 70 ~ 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 WEIG%~S PAPER 950 mg LO CU 950 m~ 40 CU 950 mg BO CU 800 m~ 10 CU 800 m~ 41) CU 800 mg B0 CU 800 mE BO CU (P~KF) 800 Ing 40 CU BOO m$ 40 CU 800 mg 40 CU 800 mg 40 CU BLEND HB-DRUH HB-DRUH HB-I)RUH H B - D R U H t~B-I)I{IIH HB-DRUH HB-DRUH R~qUIREHENT IL Samples Elaktng stud Distribution Only One Configuration 170x25.e(a.0)l ALT A-PETTEROE NO. 3 ALT B-COI,DEN VIRGINIA C-HARLBORO SI4AG ALT D-SCIIWARZEK KRF.USER N~).L
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--4 O o Q. 0 o c 3 o r- ml 0 0 g= 0 m m 0 0. 0 0" 0 0 RYO PROGRAMME - SECTION B ACFIUN - CAI.I.AIIER Thls section ol the Prugrs,~mu [nw~Ives o,Ly the maklr~g of samples and dlBLrlb~it|ox~ to Lhe l.aboral;orles participating in the relevant sections of the progrm.me. All these models will be made as plain cigarettes on a clgarelrte-making machlHe In a [acliory. The Studies of the ettecCs st: PAPER TYPE and Bi.END TYPE on yields are proposed as "comparison" $L.dtes and the use of facr.ory-made products is considered valid, The PAPER POROSITY levels are [O, 40, 80 CU (inherent), 80 CU perforated (40 + 40 E/Star) (Codes A - D). The HASTER BI.ENi) (Hll) will be DRUH. The ALTERNATIVE BLENDS are PETTEROE NO. 3, GOLDEN VIR(;INIA~ MARLBORO SIIAC, SCHWARZER KREUSER NO. ~ (Codes ALT A-D). SAMPLES SlZE/DENSITX WEIGHTS PAPER BLEND P~'R"O~TTY II Samples 70 x t9.8 (6,3) @ 298 650 mg A - 10 CU rIB-DRUM 70 x I9.8 (6.3) @ 298 650 mg B - 40 CU HB DRUM Factory-made 70 x 19.8 (6o3) @ 298 650 mg C - 80 CU HB DRUH 70 x [9.B (6.3) @ 229 70 x I9.8 (6.3) @ 229 70 x 19,8 (6.3) @ 229 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 REQUIREMENT Ii SamplcS Making and I)I st r | b~ll; |on (h~ 1 y 5OO mg A - [O CU lib - DRUM ~OO mg B - 40 CU til~ ~ i)RUH (h~e Con~iguratlon 500 mg C - 80 CU HB - DRUM 170x19.8(6.3)] 500 mg D - 80 CU (PERF) HB - DRUH 70 x ~9.8 (6.3) @ 229 /U x ~9.8 (6.3) @ 229 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 ~UO mg B - 4U CU 5uS mg B - 40 CD 500 mg B - 40 CU 5DO mg B - 40 CU ALT A - ['ETTERUI" NO. J AI.T II GOI.DI'N VIRt;INIA AI.T C - HARLBORO SIIAC ALT D - SC~IWARZER KREUSER NO.| I000#
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00 -4 O O =o R r cD to m O~ ¢D m. O CD Ot su -r m m O e~ ~o co "fl c ~o o o RYO PRUGRAHHE - SECTION 9 ACTION - To investigate tile e[feat~ o[ PAPER POROSITY on producL yields. The Porosity Levels A, B, C (suggested as lO, 40, 80 CU) were agreed on 17/1/90 as being most relevant for RYO market practices. The effect of perforations on RYO papers to Increase porosity will be studied as a matched smaple. The e~al~pLe shown |n tale proposed modelg matehe~ a paper wltll inherent porosity o1~ 80 CU wlg:h a paper where the porosity of the base paper (say 40 CU) Is enhanced (by 40 CU) wttl~ electru-sEatle petE@cartons. S~|PLES S|ZE/DEHS[T¥ 8 Samples Factory-made (Supplted) 70 x 25.0 (8.0) ~ 23o 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 70 x 25.O (8.0) @ 23() 70 x 25.0 (8.U) @ 230 WEIGIITS PAPER BLEND REQU[REHEHT POROSITY 800 mg |0 CU HR CoodtcLonl.g 800 mg 40 CO HB Smoking 800 mg BO CU HB (8 Samples + 800 mg 80 Ctl (PERF) HB Control 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 n~g I0 CU HB ClgareLte) 500 mg 40 CO HB All samples 500 mg 80 CU HB supplied 500 mg 80 CU (PERF) MS (HB = MASTER BLEND = DRUtl) iO00
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iliill o o= o RYO PROGRAMME - SB~ION 10 ACT iON - This aection (llke Section 9) i.vestiga~es the effecLs of PAPER POROSITY on product yields and is complementary by extending the study to different weights/densities. The Paper Porosity values (]0 CU aad 80 CU) were agreed o. 17/I/90, 8 Samples Factory-made (Supplied) S/~IPLES SIZE/DENSITY WE[G|ITS PAPER BLEND RKQUIREMENT POROSITY 20 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 273 950 mg lO CU HB CondL~tonLng 22 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 mE I0 CO HI| Smoklng 2~ 70 x 25.0 (8.0) ~ 273 959 mg 80 CU Ha (~ Samples + 2~ 70 x 25.0 (8.0) ~ 230 800 mg 80 CU HB Control 26 70 x 19-8 (6.3) @ 298 b50 mg l() CU ~|~ Cigarette) 28 70 x I9.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg I0 CU Hg A]i samples 27 70 x [9.8 (6,3) @ 298 650 mE 80 CU FIB supplied 30 70 x [9.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg 80 CU HB (H~ ~' MASTER BIJ,'ND = DRUR|) -158S ' LOOOlz
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0 =o m .= q o 0 i !i~ RYO PROGRIbMI4E - SECTION 11 ACTION - HEI.:H'rSHA Iz|~e Eequl, E~me~lL for ~nd-m~dc samp].es, Wh|le t:hese comparative sLudles (~ecCIons 9 alld [0) will be conaldet-ed on client, own i~. la known El|at: pur_c[~ R~O tobaccos (long-~Ccanded, flae-cuC) I:hronsh cigal:eC~e-m~klng machLne~ wLll degrade the tobacco slgniftcant, ly. IC :is possible co a~sess the effecE8 o~ this degt'ad~Cion by cow, paring p~'oduc~;.s made on [ac~o~y-~ach[nes with ~hose made by Tubing. This Section ~l of the programme will show y|eld d~ferences between the 2 types o~ i)t,oducc~. i~ is unlikely tha~ any comparison can be reade with haudt,olled pcoduc~s because of the overlap ~acLor. S/~4PLE$ SIZE/DENSITY WEIGH'rs PAPER BI.END REQUIREMENT POROSITY Tubing 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 273 950 mg 40 CU HB Haklng 4 Faccory-made 70 x 2~,0 (8.O) @ 273 950 mg 40 CU H8 Tubing Samples Tubing 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 mg ~0 CU HB 4 Samples Factory-made 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 ~g 40 CU ~|B Supplied Tubing 7D x 19.8 (6.3) @ 298 650 mg 40 CU HB CondlrLonlng Factory-~ade 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 298 650 mg 40 CU HB and Smoking Tubing 7(} x 19.8 (b.3) @ 229 500 mg 40 CU H~ (8 .%~mples + Faccory-made 7~) x 19.8 (b.3) @ 229 50() mg 40 CIJ HI] Co~tro[ C~gareLLe) (HB - MASTER BLEND - D~UM)
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O -,I r= m O~ D/ O ¢D ¢D m O e~ co -11 or c o o ( RYO PROGRAHHg - SECTiON 12 ACPION - 1he major portion of this RYO Programme w[ll be conductud on ONI~ blend (brand) indicated on sample speclflcaL~on~ as the HASTER BLEND (HE). Because RYO brands available in Europe may have di[fereut physlcat characteristics [e.8. cut width, stem type (blrd°s eye) or tobacco composition [e.g. b~end o~ flue-cured, burtey, fire-cured tobaccosI or humectant [level cud typeJ, it ~s proposed char some InvesEigatLo,~ of blend-type effects be Inchnded in the programme. The choice of "J ALTERNATIVE ~LENI)S (h, B nod C) will be made on 17/I/90. This section of the pregra~me wit] use only factory-machlne-made products ~nd tho res~lts w~ll be compared. Two product slzea/wetgl~ts are Included; one paper type only is Involved (choice made on L//|/90), SIZE/DENSITY WEICIITS PAPER BLEND 8ANPLES ~TY lO Samples 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 mg 40 CO H~ Factory-made 70 x 25.0 (8.U) @ 230 800 mg 40 CU ALT A 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 mg 40 CO AI,T E (Supplied) 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 mg 40 CU AL'r C 70 x ZS.I} (I}.()) @ 230 HI/(~ .q~ 40 Cll AH' l) 70 x 19.8 (6.3) ~ 229 500 mg 40 CU H~ 70 × 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg 40 CU ALT A 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mB 40 CU ALT B 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg 40 CU ALT C 70 x ~9.8 (6.3) ~ 229 500 mg 60 CU AI,T b REQUIREHENT Coudit leninB aud smokl, ng (10 Samples 4 Control cig+~ret Le) (fib = HASTBR BLEND = DKUH) INS S ' 10001
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U0 > O O O,, O O t- ::t O O "=1 I" O B= O O~ "I- O m e,,i, O Q. W O0 "1'1 ¢b O" ¢: 0 0 r RYO PRf~RAMME - SECTION 13 ACTION - GALLAHER This section involves only the maklng and dlstclb.tion to the Laboratories participating in this section of tile ~rosramme. All these models will bc ~a~Ic ~s PLAIN cigarettes on a ctgarette-makln~ machine in a ~actory. Tlte study of the effect of PAPER FORHULATION (amounts of Ca Carbo1~ate filler and of Na/K Citrate owll additive) on yields is proposed as a "comparison" study. The Vaper speclflcaLlo:ts prop,~sed are:- BASE WEIGIIT FILLER ADDITIVK POROSITY ~-~) --- (Ca ~-date) (NoTK--Ct'~-~te) STANDARD PAPER 25 25 i 40 El 25 15 l 40 E2 25 15 0 40 E3 25 25 0 40 SAMPLES B Samples Factory-made SIZE/DENS|TY WEIGHT 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 mg 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 mg 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 mg 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 mg 70 x 19.8 (6=3) @ 229 500 mg 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 m8 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 m& 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg PAPKR TYPE BLEND STD HS El HB E2 HB E3 H8 STD HB El HB E2 HB E3 HB REQUIREHRN'r 8 Samples Hak InK and Distrtbut ton Only 2 Conf [g.ratlo.s ©595P 000P
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O r'- o m (n o m. O O IB "t- O m O O. O0 "11 O C O O ~!/ R¥O PROGR~IHE - SECTION |4 ACTION This sect[o, of the programme ~nvo[ved the s=~oklng of the ra~=ge of [actory-=~ade samples lasi=lg dlf[erellt torraulations of paper. Details of the paper formulations are given in SECTION 13. ThLs study paper ta proposed as a "comparison" stt=dy. 8 Sammples 7~ x 2'~.L~ (B.O) ~ 230 8OL~ mg .~1'D FIl~ Factory-raade 7{) x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 rag El Ffl] (Supplied) 70 x 25.0 (8.O) @ 230 800 mg 1"2 HI] 70 x 25.0 (8.0) ~ 230 800 mg E3 LIB 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg 70 × 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg STD MB E l ~IB E2 NB E3 HB ~tB ~ HASTER BLEND - DRUH REqUIREHENT CCmd i t ton [ t~g and Sraok Ii~g (8 Sa,,=ples + Cigarette) All Samples supplied. d Pi000P
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RAC/BCH/96 24 January 1990 CORESTA RYO TASK FORCE Sheraton Skyline Hotel, London. 29 JAN 1990 17 January 1990 The Agenda for the meeting is attached (Appendix I) together with a list of participants (Appendix 2). On this occasion, however, Hans Thomsen (S.T.K.) was unable to attend, Following the Agenda items: 1. Corrections to Bristol meetinq notes No corrections. 2. Recoqnltion by CORESTA Smoke Study Group as Task Force The Chairman of the Smoke Study Group was contacted, the proposal was discussed with the Scientific Commission of CORESTA and forma! recognition or the g('oup was given. 3. Responses to Questionnaire on RYO Smoker Habits Appendices 3 and 4 draw together all readily available information on market volumes, blends, brands and consumer practices. Errors in the tab?es have been corrected. 4. Consider/Aoree Plan for study of RYO product desiqn' factors At the Bristol meeting (7 November 19891 views were collected from participants concerning the outline of a programme of work necessary to meet the second objective of the group, namely: ';To establish the effects on tar and nicotine deliveries of RYO cigarettes of the materials used (including tobacco) and the design of the cigarette." Between the two meetings the Secretary to the Group prepared a draft work proposal (Appendix 5) which was circulated prior to the meeting and again, after amendment, at the meeting (amended version attached). This programme was also converted into 12 sections of work (Appendix 5) - subsequently supplemented by a ]lth section designed to explore other aspects of the paper formulation, particularly cha|k content. Within this 13 section work proposa), Sections I to 6 (inclusive) involve hand-nlaking of samples via hand rol|ing and tubing devices whilst Sections 7 to 13 (inclusive) involve cigarette machine production of samples from dried and degraded RYO blends (necessary to enable the blends to operate in making machines). The draft work proposal contains several points of cross-check between the various sample production methods. (The machine production method was invoked in an attempt to ]imit an otherwise extremely large hand-making requirement). Each of the 13 sections were discussed in turn, resulting in a smal] number of modifications to the proposed programme, largely to ensure that the European range disclosed in Appendices 3 and ~ was fully covered without the need for doubtful extrapolation. 0 0 0 ~J7 O0 Cn BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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-2- The 'Master Blend" referred to in the documentation and used in the majority of studies will be "Drum", a volume brand available in many European markets. Alternative blends required for Section 12 of the programme were also chosen: Brand Blend Country Use-Type Petteroe 3 light/dark (Scandinavia) hand-roll Go|den Virginia light U.K. hand-roll Harlboro US-type Germany tube Schwarze Krauser I dark Germany hand-roll - providing a balance of blend type, country of origin and representing hand-roll as the major use-type. The standard paper used throughout the study will be: Permeability 40 C.U. Substance 25 gsm Chalk filler 2S% Additive IZ citrate except in Sections 7 - I0 where paper permeability effects are explored and in Section 13 where chalk and citrate levels are varied: 15X chalk, I~ citrate 25~ chalk, O~ citrate 15~ chalk. O~ citrate A properly detailed and statistically considered plan will be drawn up for each of the 13 Sections prior to the next meeting. 5. Resources for agreed program The work programme will be implemented by the following companies. (All companies at the meeting agreed to participate in the work except RJR). Section _~le Production Smoking l 2 3 4 5 6 7 ) 8 ) 9 ) I0 ) I~ ) 12 ) 13 ) Niemeyer/Douwe Egberts LTR Brinkman/Poeschel Imperial Gallahers BAT PM Reemtsma etc. Since GalIahers have experience of drying/degradlng RYO blends to enable machine production of samples, they agreed to undertake all of this work. 4~ 0 0 0 Oo BATCo document for Legal Services - Health Canada 28 February 2001
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A number of companies (including BAT (UK). BAT (Germany). Philip Morris. Reemtsma and others) agree to perform the analysis of the Gallahers-produced samples. This work will be divided up in the detailed plans on an equitable basis. Wattens. Bollore. EFKA and Rizla will be approached for the supply of papers, tubes and associated hand-machinery. Section 6 of the plan (effect of overlap) will be omitted at this stage. Section 5 of the plan (evaluation of hand-rolling - v - tube manufacture) will be modified to take inv, ediately available materials so that this work can be conducted across a number of laboratories (including BAT) in advance of the rest of the programme. This will provide useful information to the statisticians in designing the number o~ replicates needed in Sections l - 4 and 7 - 13 of the main plan. Materials and hand-machinery will be supplied to all participating companies as quickly as possible, so that hand manufacture and smoking can be conducted and results supplied well in advance of the next meeting. 6/7. Collation. Reporting, Next Meetin~ The next meeting will be on Thursday 19 April 1990 in Dusseldorf. At this meeting, detailed protocols (which take into account the variability revealed in the Section 5 pre-study) for Sections I - 4 and 7 - 13 will be presented, coupled with responsibility for smoke work over Sections 7 - 13. Responsibilities for collation and reporting of test results will also be decided. / R.A. ¢RELLIN Copies: Dr. R. Binns Mr. H.Fo Oymond Dr. To Hirji Dr. R.R. Baker Mr. P.H. Bingham, Marketing Millbank Dr. R.E. Thornton. R&D Millbank Dr, S. 8oyce. R&D I,lillbank 0 C) Ln Oo BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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"CORESTA R.YoO. TASK FORCE" HeetinE at SHERATON SKYLINE HOTEL, BATB ROAD, LONDON on Wednesday L7~h January 1990 at 10.30 a.m. AGENDA Corrections to notes on Bristol Heetlng 7 November 1989. 2. Recognition by CORESTA Smoke Study Group as Task Force. 3. Responses to Quesclonnaire on RYO Smoker Habits. 4. Consider and agree plan for study of RYO product design factors. 50 Resources for agreed progra~ne - Par~Iclpa=ing Compan£es - Supply of materials for models. 6. Responsiblli~y foe eollation and reporting of Test Results. 7. Dates/locatlons of future meetings. 0 0 C) Co BATCo document for Legal Services - Health Canada 28 February 2001 ii iiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiii iiiiiii~
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R.¥.O. GROUP PARTICIPANTS - 17TH JANUARY 1990 -+~j CEA/RHAN DR. P. SADLER IMPERIAL TOBACCO LTD G. ANDERSON SVENSKA TOBAKS P. ANDRIEUX GROOPE L~qA T. BAECKSTROH O.Y. RETT!G J.B. BODER P. MORRIS DR. R. CRELLIN B.A.T. (SOUTHAMPTON) B. E • FROST ROTH/~ANS MISS C. GOETZE LANDEWYCK DR. V. HAUSEN R,EF.~TS~ J. v.d. EEIDE 7URMAC G. HILL NIEMEYER H. HU ISKES N IEI%EYER DR. P, MARNOT BOLLORE TECHNOLOGIES C. MARRES VN'K F.F. ~ VDR DR. L. MUELLER K JR R- OLSEN TIEDF~$ DR. D. PANGRITZ BAT (RAM.BURG) HISS N. PIRIOU LTR INDUSTRIES DR. E. POESCHL A. POESCHL G. QUINTENS T.~BACOFINA-V.D. ELST DR. P. RHENSIUS BRIN"~MANN W.R, SHORT RIZLA K. THELEN WATTEN S H.V. THOMSEN SKANDINAVISK TOB= A. de VRIES DOU~PE EGBERT-VAN NELLE DR. D. WESTCOTT P. MORRIS A.H. WRIGHT GALLANER SECRETARY DR. D.J. MACKENZIE GALLAHER GB S F SF CH GB G3 L D NL D NL F NL O D "N D F D D GB A DK NL GB GB o 0 o <3o C BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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- RyO SH~r3~2 P~I~S St;ltVF.T OF' RYO ~.KIr~TS ~Y COU~r1"~Y~ ~TRIA ':~; ItJH/I.U131 ~1 25 I~E ~IL ¢~ 9~ HIL INt.AHU 9 90 eL 800 Z5.~18 800 ~5.L/6 (600-LO00) (5-8) , ~K~(2) )0-60 IO ~o 25.L/8 S0a 2Z.~/7.) [7.8-6.L2) (60C-[200) 23.9/~.b ~$-S) C R~J~C[ oF S~P~S) • ~F~BO'dBG $? ~0~0 25.3/8.0~ (600-lZO0} ;S2 2Z.3/7.~ (~9o-1400) (~.~-lo.:, (~ Of SWt~.S) ~00 2217 (~O0-tO¢O) C6-8) (~lT*?) Co BATCo document for Legal Services " Health Canada 28 February 2001
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/P/~,~I>' 5 "CO~S~A ~zo c~OUr" Models proposed for RYO Study Programme I have made some minor changes to the paper porosity values proposed in the programme which ~ circulated for your consLderatiou in December L989. From the replies to the Questionnaire, I suggest that the original porosity values (I0, 30, 50, 10+40E/S) be changed to I0, 40, 80, 40+40E/S C.U. respecclvely. Cntll these proposals are formally agreed by the Grou~, I have designated these papers as:- Paper A Paper B Paper C Paper D - suggested I0 CU Porosity - suggested 40 CU Porosity - suggested BO CU Porosity - suggested 80 CU ?orosi~y (achieved by elec~rostatically perfor@ting Paper B (40 C~J) ~o give a total porosity of 80 CU). I a~tach revised copies of Notes aud Appendices B and C for your use. O C) O CO BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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PRODUCT COH~ISONS: EIJ~ID['E&DF. MODELS (APPENDIX A) '.<~c~.,:/ A : PRODUCT DIMENSIONAL EFFECTS (1) Clrcmafereuce and Densi~7 Effects ~..~ C ; t at 1 lOOmg 28.3/2~7 Z6.5/281 25.0/316 a¢ 800mg 25.0/230 23.2/267 ar 500=g 19.8/229 17.5/293 16.5/330 at 350mg 16.5/230 L5,3/268 Tub£ag Tubing 8androll (M/C) Handroll (H/C) MODEL ~D~MBERS LO L2 L3 L5 L6 (1i) Weight and Denai~[ gffects a= 25.018.0l circ. iI00/316 950/273 800/230 a~ L9.8(6.3) circ. 650/298 500/229 at 16,5(5.3) circ. 500/330 425/280 350/230 Tubing Tubing 8aadroll (M/C) 13 14 15- (lii) Tubing - gamlroll Comparison ac 800mg 23,2(7.4) circ. ac 500mg 19.8(6.3) circ. (iv) Pa~ OverlaR Effects ac 500~g (19.8/6,3) (Eandroll) Standard Paper (37~) overlap 1.9 layers Narrow Paper (24.~?) overlap 1.2 layers at 35Omg (15.3/4.9) Standard Paper (37=a) overlap 2.4 layers Narrow Paper (20~?) overlap ~.3 layers N.B, All comparisons based on:- [ ¢obacco blend ('~V, ascer Blend') I paper type (porost¢y to be deflned) I conditioning atmosphere (66% P~/20°C?) S~andard s~ok~ng regime Eor all samples. Weights/density a~ pack moisture for the "Master Blend~. 6-7 9-LO I0 11 L6 17 0 0 0 L/l Co LF~ -.< BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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F~EV ISED PRODUCT COHPARISONS: FACTORY-MACHINE-MADE MODELS (APPF~DIX B) B : PAPER-TYPE STUDY The proposed study is of the effects of paper ~ype on yields and the set ~s intended primarily as a comparison study. All these Models would be made as PLAIN cigarettes on a cigarette making machine in a factory using =he ".Master Blend", MODEL NInIBERS (1) Paper type effects on 800mg/25.0 circ. models 22 - 23 - 24 - 25 Paper type effects at 500mg/19.8 circ. models 2S - 29 - 30 - 3t Paper A, B & C porosities (suggested I0, 40, 80 CU) are inhere== porosities: the paper D for models 25 and 31 has electrostatic perforaKions to raise the porosity of =he base paper (40 CU) to a =oral 80 CO. (il) The effects of different weights/densities can be evaluated for different papers:- Paper A @ 950/800 20- 22 Paper C @ 950/800 21 - 24 Paper A @ 650/5C0 26 - Z8 Paper C @ 650/500 27 - 30 (£11) Because one of these papers will be the standard paper used for the set of hand-made (tubins) models, it will he possible also to make some comparisons between the two sets of samples e.g. 950mg @ 25.0/8.0 4 - 20 or 21 800mg @ 25.0/8.0 650mg @ 19.8/6.3 500ms @ 19.8/6.3 5 - 22 or 23 or 24 8 - 26 or 27 9 - 28 or 29 or 30 It £s unlikely thac valid comparisons can be ~ade with hand-rolled models because of the "overlap" factor. O CD CD tn (DO Lm BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001
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00 3> -4 O O O O e- 3 O r- ¢= m O~ ¢D O ew -1- ¢D m O ¢X h~ O0 ¢D O" bJ O O FACTORY-HACIIINK-HADK HODELS ~PAPER TYPE STUDY) REVISED APPENDIK B HODEL PRODUCT PRODUCT P~ODUCr PRODUCT PAPER HUHBE~ WEIGIIT LENGTIi CI RC~'DI kH DENSITY POROSITY 20 950 70 25.0/8.0 273 Paper A 21 950 70 25.0/8.0 273 Paper C 22 800 70 25.0/8.0 230 Paper A 23 800 70 25.0/8.0 230 Paper B 24 800 70 25.0/8.0 230 Paper C 25 800 70 25.0/8.0 230 Papvr |) 26 650 70 [9,8/6.3 298 Paper A 27 650 70 I9.B/6.3 298 Paper C 28 500 70 19.8/6.3 229 Paper A 29 500 70 19.8/6,3 229 Paper B 30 500 70 L9.8/6,3 229 Paper C 3}. 500 70 L9.8/6.3 229 Paper D CODES 32 - 34 LEFT AVAZI.A~LE FOR ANY ADDITIONAl. HODEI.S WIiICII HAY BE I'KOi'O~EI), N.B. (1) All comparisons based on - l Tobacco Blend ("HASTER BLEND") - STandard smoking regime for all #amples. - ! Condltionln8 AL~oaphere (6OZRII/2OZ) - Ne~gh¢~/densJEy at pack moisture for "H~STER El,END". (fi) ONE of ¢hese models wt~L be deatanated as a CONTROL CIGARE'#~E to be used in ALL PARTICIPATING LABORATORIES to a|lou comparison of measured Tar and NicoTine values. -cVS 17 L 00017
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REVISED PRODUCT COH~/d~ISONS: FACTORY-HACkle-MADE MODELS (~JPPEI~IZ C) C : BL~D-T~K STUDY These models would explore ~he yield differences from 4 dlfferenc Blend (~.e. Brand) types. ~!odeLs would be made as PI~L~ clga:e~es o~ a clgaracca ~klng m~ch£ue £n a factory ac 2 produce sizes using I cigarette paper speci~icaclon (Paper B)o (iv) Blend-type e~eccs on 800mg/25,0 circ. models (23) - 35 - 35 - 37 ~en~-cy~e ef~acts ~u 500mg/~9.8 circ. models (19) - 38 - )9 - ~0 The Paper 5 (middle of porosity range e.g. 40CU) is proposed for these ~odels. 0 C~ C~ _...m ~jn oo ~n BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 ~ ~ ~itli~iiiii~i iii~)ii~i ii ....... i¸~¸¸
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U3 0 0 0 0 C 3 0 F nu 0 0 =D m 0 0 e- 0 FAL'~ORY-HACIilNI~-HADE SAHPLES _(BLEND-TYPE STUDY~. HODEL PRODUCT PRODDCT PRODUCT i'ROI)IICF PAPER NUHBE R ~E I GIlT LENGTII C I RC ~D~H D EN-~S II'Y POROS I TY (23) 800 70 2S.0/8.0 230 Paper B (29) 500 70 19.8/6.3 229 Paper B 35 800 70 23.0/8.0 230 Paper B 36 800 70 25.0/8.O 230 Paper B 37 800 70 25.0/8.0 230 Paper B 38 500 70 L9,8/6,3 229 Paper B 39 500 70 19.8/6.3 229 Paper B 40 $00 70 t9.8/6,3 229 Paper B R~VISED APPENDIX C BLEND I|Slq) "'HASTE R BLEND" "HASTER BLEND" AIXERNATIVE A ALTERNATIVE B ALTERNATIVE C ALTERNATIVE A ALT~RNATIVE B ALTERNATIVE C N.B. PAPER POROSITY SPECIFICATION TO BE AGREED ON 17/1190 DEPENDING ON }lOST PREVALENT COt~ERCIA|, USE.
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Possible Sections of RYO Pro~ra~ In my lector (December 19~9), ~ noted chat the full programme could b~ divided £nCo Seec£o~s =o be undertaken by Members of the Group, != may be helpful for our discussions on !7/i/90 to have chose d~screce sections displayed separately. I have prepared [2 pages (attached) showing these t2 Sections and detailing the resource commitment by the Group Member l~volved in ~he teleran= seccfon of ~he programme. CD 0 C:) Go BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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00 ~> -4 O O O C 3 F i nl O U) IB "1" m ~r C> Q. O0 "11 ~r C O O RYO PROGRAHHE - SECTION | An tnvee~|gaCton of the CI~CUHFEREHCE (DIAHETER) azzd DENSITY EFFECTS when producZ~ ~re made to a F|XEJ~ WE I GilT. Samples made by tubing. SANPLES 5 Tubing SIZE WEICIlTS 1 70 x 28.3 (9.0) @ 247 l~O0 mg ) ) 2 ?O x 26.5 (B.4) ~ 28t llOO mg ) ) 3 70 x 25.0 (8.0) ~ 316 l~t)O mg ) 5 70 x 25.0 (8.O) @ 230 BOO mg 6 70 x 23.2 (7.4) @ 267 ~00 ~Jg RRQUIREHENT Hakln~ - 5 Tubing Selection (we) Condlclol~lng & Smoking (5 Samples + Co~)crol Clgdr~tt~) N.B. All coapaclsons based on:- tobacco blend ("Ha~tei" Bie,~d°') paper type (porosity to he deflated) col~dl~:1onlng armosphero (66Z ](|I/20°C?) Standard smokln8 regime for all samples Weights/density at pack moletuce for ~he °'Hauter I~lend" 9 ;Iz I O00l
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U0 3> -'4 O O O. 0 c 3 ¢D -I 0 F wme eu m w Q. e- 0 o RYO PRGCRAHHfld - SECTION 2 An investlga~|oo of the CIRCUHFERENCE (DIAH£T~) and DEHSITY EFFECT5 wheal products are made ~o a F£XED b/EIGHT. Samples ~ade by handroll[ng wlth s machine. $~PLE$ SI Z__~ WEIGHTS REQU lR~HgtCf 5 Handroll 10 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 tag ) Making - 5 Ilal:droll (H/C) ) 12 70 x l?.5 (5.6) @ 293 500 mg ) Selection (wt) ) ~3 70 x 16.5 (5.3) @ 330 500 mB ) Co~dltlo~llng & Smoking (5 Samples 4- Con[ rol Clgare[L¢) 15 70 x 16.5 (5.3) @ 230 tSO mg 16 70 x 15.3 (4.9) @ 268 350 mg N,B. A11 comparisons based on;- l tobacco blend ("Haat~r Blflnd") I paper type (porosity to be defined) I conditioning atmosphere (66Z RH/20°C?) Standard smoking regime for all samples Weights/density at pack moisture for the °'Hastur Bie~ld"
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!!!!i!~: O0 -,4 0 0 0. 0 C 3 (D J~ 0 r" o o ml n o gm (D =r 0 Q. O~ "11 (D ~r 0 0 x: EYO PROCF,,NtIME - SECTION 3 An invest-tSar[on of the WE|CIIT a=~d DENSITY EFFECTS ~hen prod.cr~ are ~made to a F|XED C|RCUHFEHENCE (D[AHETER). Samples ~ade by tubing. SAMPLES 5 Tubing SIZE NEIGIII"S 3 70 x 25.0 (8.0) (~ 316 II00 mg ) ) 4 70 x 25.0 (8.0) (~ Zl3 950 m~ ) ) 5 70 x 25.0 (8.O) e 230 800 mB ) (,3 8 70 x tg.B (tL.~) @ 298 bSO rap=, 9 70 x 19.8 (,~) @ 229 500 cuB 6.~ H r~U I REHENT Hak~.ng - ,5 Tubf, ng Se I.ec 1; 1 on (wt) Coud £~ t0ntn& & Smoking (5 Samp]es + CoLor rol ClgareCte) H.B. All comparisons based on:- t tobacco blend ("~qaater Blend") paper type (porosity re be defined) I condlciontng a¢=.o~phere (6bZ Rll/20°C?) Sr.artdard crooking, reF~t,ue Eor at[ samptea ge|gbt~/dene|r.y at pack mo|st~=rc fur the "'HauLer ]~|c==d" • T©gB I 10001
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O oo ~O =__ ml O ¢D O) s= -r ¢D m =r o ¢3. 9) ~O CO =n (p cT c ~o o o RYO PBOGRAI4Hg - SECTION 4 A~ loveuLfgation oF the L~EIC;t|T and |~EHSITY EFF~¢:TS when prodoct~ ~re .Jade co ~ FIXED CIRCtlHFEI¢~NCE (DIMIETER). Samples made by |=androllln~ with a a,achfne. SAMPI.KS SIZE WEIGHTS ~UIREHENT llandroll 13 70 x 16.5 (5.3) ~ 330 500 m~ ) HakJng - 3 lla.drull (H/C) ) 14 70 x 16.5 (5.3) ~ 280 425 mg ) Selection (wt) ) 15 70 x lb.5 (5.3) @ 230 350 mg ) CondiCioning & Smoking (3 Samples + Cotltcol Cl~aretee) N.B. All comparisons based on:- I tobacco blend ("Master Blend") I paper type (porosity to be defined) | cendlt~onln~ atmosphere (6bZ Eti/20°C?) Standard 6moking regime [or all eamples Weighta/density a[ pack moisture For Ehe "'Master I$1cnd" zH LOOOt7
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OO .-I 0 o Q. o e- 3 0 • ml r- m BI 0 wl Z i 0 "11 0 0 ~i~¸ ~ R¥O PROGRAHHE - SECTION 5 To investigate whether there are yJeld differences when products are eade by TUBINC rather than by HANDROLLING° Tuo prodoet weltlhts/r~o clrcomferences are inclttd-d. Hatching eamplea are made by ~ubln8 and handrollln~ with a machine. SAHPLES SIZEIDEHSITY WEIGHTS REQUIREHENT Tubing 6 70 x 23,2 (7.4) @ 267 80U e8 ) flaking - 2 Tubing Ilandroll 7 70 x 23.2 (7.4) ~ 267 800 mg (~/c) Tubing 9 70 x ~9.8 (6.3) @ 229 ~00 mg liandroll IO 70 x Lg.E (6.3) @ 229 500 mg (~Ic) ) 2 Ilandroll ) ) Selectloi~ (wt) ) ) Condltiontn~ & ) Smoking (4 Samples ) + Control ) Cigarette) ) ) ) N.B. All comparisons based on;- 1 tobacco blend ("t~e~er Blend") t paper type (porosity to be de,tried) I conditioning a~mosphere (66Z Rll/20°CT) Standard emoktng regime for all samples Nelghta/de~si~y a~ pack molature for the "Hasher Blend" [ 000
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!i!i!!¸ 00 >_, C) O 0 o 3 0 F el o ii -1- w 0 0. 0 0 _x R¥O PROC~4HE - SECTION 6 Paper for handrolltng RY0 products comes in Srandard width, but smokers roll produczs to their dnd|vidual circumference (diameter) preferences with consequent different amounts of paper overlap. This tnvestiga~lon ~rudles the effectu (o,~ yields) of different ~mout~ts of PAPE|~ OVEi~LAP. A siogle paper- porosity wlll be used, S~{PL~S $I Z ~/DEN S ]TY W£1 GI~S PAPER W I OT|I ( 09 ESLAP ) IE~U I RB~T 4 I|androll |0 70 x 19.8 (6.]) @ 229 500 mg Std I'~l)e~ Nldth 37um~ 1.9 I.ayeru ) Haki~S (H/C) ) IlandroLL ) 11 70 x 19.8 (5.3) ~ 229 50~ mg Harrow Paper 2~mm 1.2 Layers ) 5~lec~lon (wt) Width ) ) ) 16 70 x 15.3 (~,9) @ 268 350 mg Std Paper Nldth 37mm 2.4 Layers ) CondttlouJng & ) Smoking ) 17 70 x 15.3 (4,9) ~ 26~ 350 m~ Narrow Paper 20mm ~.3 Layers ) (4 Sampte~ + Nldth ) Control ) Cl~n~'uttu) H,B. All comparlsona based on:- I tobacco blend ("Haszer ~lend") I paper type (poro~|ty Co be delined) I conditioning atmosphere (66Z Rll/20°C?) Standard smoking regime for all samples Neigh~s/denstty at pack molatuce for the "~taster ~iend"
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00 3> --4 O o Q. 0 3 ='h o .-q l- iD m, 0 0 ii -T- o m m ::3" 0 Q, O0 "11 ¢b O 0 R¥O PRO(;R~Hg - SgCTION 7 This section of Lhe Programme Involves only the HAKING of samples and d|scrJbucion to the Labocatorlea participating in the relevant sections of tile programme. All chess models will be made as PLAIN CIGARETTES on a clgare¢¢e-makln~ machine In a factory. The Study of the effects of PAPER TYPE on yleldu is propoued us a "'COHPARISON" Study and the use of factory made products 18 considered valid. The final choice of paper porosity levels will be decided on 17/I/90. ~e same is true for the BLERD TYPE comparison, Tim nomination of the HASTER El,END (HE) wilt be made on |7/1/90, as will the choice of ALTERNATIVE BLF~DS (A, B and C). N.B. ONE of the HASTER BLEND products uill be nominated as the CONTROL cigarette distributed to At,I, I,aboratorles for inclusion in Smokln6 trlals. SAMPLES $1ZE/DI~SITY 9 Samples 20 Factory-made21 22 23 24 25 35 3b 37 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 273 70 x 25°0 (8.o) @ 273 7U x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 70 x 25,0 (8,0) ~ 230 70 x 25.0 (8.0) f~ 230 70 x 2.5.0 (8.0) @ 23U 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 NEIGHTS PAPF-J¢ BI.gN_.~D _R~qU l R~41dwr POROSI'r¥ 950 mg A HE 9 Samples 950 mg C HB Haklng and Dlstribut Itn~ 800 mg A HB On] y Oue ~00 I~g B HE Conflguret ion 17Ox25.o(8.o) ] tJoo mg C HE Vor[aBll:~ 800 mg D H8 - Wetgh~s - Paper ) to be l'oros|~y) agreed 800 mg a AI:F A - Ble~d~ )17/l/9l) 800 mR B ALT R 800 mg B At.T C 000p
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-4 O O 0 ¢3 3 0 F CQ nl 0 am Z 0 ! 0 13 e~ O" 0 0 RYO PROCBA~g - SECTION 8 Th[s section of the Progra~e involves only the making of samples aad dtsrribur.ion to the Laboratories participating In the relevan¢ sections of the progra~.,me. All chess models will be made as plal~ cl8arettes on a cigarette-making machlne In a factory. The Study of the effects of PAPER TYPE on yields i# proposed a~ a "'comparison" Study and the use of factory ~ade products is considered valid. The flnal choice o[ paper porosity levels will he decided on 17/|/90. The same £s true for the BLEND TYPE comparison. The nomination of the HASTER BLEND (HB) will be made on |7/I/90, as utll ~he choice of ALTEKNATIVE BLENDS (A~ B and C). SAHPLES SlZE/DZ~SITY WgIGlfrS ~PAPER BLZHD R_~UXRIgHF~4T POROSITY 9 Samples 26 7U x t9.B (6.3) @ 29B 650 mg A HB 9 Samples Facrory-=ade 27 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 298 650 mg C M~ Ha~im~g aLxd 28 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 ~g A ~IB Dlsrflbut[ol~ Only 29 70 x 19,8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg B HB One Co~figura~ion 30 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg C ~a 17ox19.~(6.3)] 31 70 ~ 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 ~OO mg I} Hfl Varlancs - ~eJghts - Paper ) to be Porosity) agreed - lIlend~ )17/i/90 38 70 x L9.B (6.3) ~ 229 5OO mg ~ ALT A 39 70 x 19.8 (6,3) 0 229 5OO mg B ALT B ~0 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg ~ ALT C O00p
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m > 0 o o. o C 3 o P r,Q ID ml 0 el "!" m m 0 m o. ¢D o" o o (ii RYO PflOGRAH~P. - SECTIOH 9 To inves¢lgate the effecc~ of PAPER POROSITY on product yietds. The Poroeley level8 A~ 5, C (~ugge~Led ae lO, 40, 80 CU) will be agreud on 17/|/90 as being most rcIeva.t for ~0 market practices. The effect of perforations on RYO papers to Increase porosity will be studied as a marched sample. The example sho~n In the proposed models ma~chee a pape¢ etth |nherent porosity of 80 CU wtrh a paper where ~he poco$1ry of the base paper (esy 40 CU) is enhanced (by 40 CU) wlth electro-sta~lc per[oracEons. SAHPLES SIZE/DENSITY 8 Samples 22 Factory-made 23 24 (Supplied) 2~ 28 29 30 31 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 7U x 25.0 (~.o) @ 230 70 x 25.0 (~.0) @ 230 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 70 x 19.~ (6.3) @ 229 70 ~ 19.8 (6.3) ~ 229 70 x 19.8 (6.3) ($ 229 70 x L5.8 (6.3) @ 229 WEICIII"S ~PAPER ELKN.__.,,_~D ~REHKHT POROSITY 800 mg h HB &.)rid t t loni ng 800 mg lJ HB U Samples 800 m~ C HB 2 Circttmf. sO0 ~g n Hu (utam.) 500 mg k HI~ Smoking ~00 ~.~ B Hll (8 Samples + Control 500 mg C ~tB C~garet~e) 500 mg D HB Ai L ~ampieu e~tzp|l | ted (HB = HASTER 8LEND) 000
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O g 3 ¢D O fl- eD ¢D ml= o as m C) P~ 51 ¢D Or ml e- f~ o o dYO PROG~qJ~g - $KCTION IQ Q This section (llke Section 9) invesLigate6 ~he effects of P~P~K POROSV~Y on product ylelda a~id is co~ap[emea~La~'y by ex~ending the study to different weights/densities. Actual Paper Porosity value~ will be decided on I71L/90. 8 Samples Factory-made (Supplied) SAHPLES SIZE/DENSITY WEIGHTS PAPKR BLEN__~D ~E~IIREHENT POROSITY 20 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 273 950 mg A ~B Conditioning 22 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 mg A HB 2 Circ.~[. 21 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 273 950 mg C HB (Diam.) 24 70 x 25.0 (6.0) ~ 230 800 mg C HB Smoking 26 70 x 19.6 (6.3) @ 298 650 mg A HB (8 Samples + Z8 70 x ~9.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 ms A Hb Control 27 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ ~98 650 mg C H~ Cigarette) 30 70 x 19,8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg C HI~ AI| samples u~i~p~icd (HB - HASTER BLEND) LO00
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O0 3> -4 O O o. o 0 t= 3 ¢D 3' ,1,I I- tl> m io 0 0 U) .m -r- 1 t') O0 "11 O" e" 0 0 ~YO PROGgAHHE - $KCTION li The use of factory-machine-made cLgarettee for the investigation of Paper porosity and elend type effec[u redt0ces the requiremeot for hand-~sde samples. While chese comparative studies (Sections 9 and I0) u|lI be considered on their own It is knoun thac pu[~Lng RYO tobaccos (lo~g-stranded, flne-cu~) through clserette-making ~achines will degrade the tobacco significantly. It is possible to assess the effects of clots degradation by comparing products taade on factory-machines with those made by Tubing, This Section of the progra~e utIl show y~eld differences between the 2 types of products. Ic $8 unllkely ~hac any comparison can be made utth hsndrolled products because of the overlap factor. S+LES SIZE/D~S|TY WE|GilT~ PAPER -- POROSITY Tubing 4 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 273 950 mg Factory-wade 20 or 21 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 273 950 m~ * Tubing 5 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 23~ 800 ~g Fac~ory-~ade 22 or 23 70 x 2~.0 (8.0) ~ 230 8~0 t~B or 2~ Tubing 8 70 x 19.8 (6.3) ~ 298 65~ mg Factory-made 26 or 27 70 x 19.8 (6.3) ~ 298 650 ~g * Tubing 9 70 x t9.8 (6.3) ~ 229 ~00 ~g Factory-made 28 or 29 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 ~0~ mg or 30 BLEND H~ HB H8 HB HB HB HU H~ REqlJlREHENT Hakla|g 4 Tubing Saffiples Samples Supplied Conditioning and Smoktn8 (8 Samples * Control C~garet~e) 2 C~rcu~. (~a~.). (Ha - ~L~STER BLEHD) * Paper porosity uill be chosen ¢o ~¢ch ¢~blng paper.
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O =o -I [- O l O i= O O =o -r O m O :3 e~ P~ O C m O ¢D -~YO PROCRAHHE - $1iCTION 12 The major portton o[ ~llls RYe Prol~raieme wtlL be cond~c~ed on ON~ blend (brand) indicated on GaJnple ~pecI[lcations as the PLASTER BLEND (HIe. Because RYe brands available in Europe may have different physical charactert~c[cs [e,g. cut ~Idth. ste.1 type (bird's eye) or tobacco compostt|on [e.g. blend of [lue-cur~d, burley, Etre-cured tobaccosI or h~mectant [level a.d type], it is proposed that 5@me lnvesttgat[on of blend-type ef[ects be Included in the pc@grackle. The choice of 3 ALTERNATIVE 5LENDS (A, B and C) ~tll be made on 17/i/90. This section of the progrsmame will use only factory-~achine-made products and the results will be compared. Two product sizes/weights are included; one paper ¢ype only is involved (choice made on 17/I/90), SAHPLE$ S IZp-/BENS |TY ~gIGffT$ PAPEX I~ LEND R~QIJ l KKHffi~I~ PORO$IT¥ (Suppl~ed) 23 35 36 37 or 24 40 70 x 25.0 (8.0) ~ 230 70 x 25.0 (8.0) 8 230 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 70 x 19,8 (6.3) @ 229 800 mg B HB Condlt lonlng and snzok I ag BOO ~8 B ALT A (8 Sa~apIes 4- Control 800 ~g B ALT B c~garette) + 2 Ct rcutn~. 800 mg i$ ALT C (Diam.) AII samples suppl led • 500 m8 B HB 500 =6 B ALT A 500 ~ B 6LT B 500 mg U ALT C (HB - t~,STER BLEND) O001z
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"CORESTA RYO GROUP" Replies to Questlooaalre o~ RYO Usage From the replies on the Questionualce issued after the meeting in Bristoi~ I have oonsolldated the i.formatio, to show:- Sheet 1 : Survey of RYO Market - Produce Components Sheet Z : Survey of RYO Marke~ - RYO S~oker Practices 0 0 0 Oo BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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PRODUL~ COMPARISONS: FACtORY-MACHINE-MADE MODELS (APPENDIX B) B : PAPER-TYPE STUDY The proposed study is of the effects of paper type on yields and the se= is intended primarily as a comparison ssudy. .All these ~dels would be made as PLAIN cigarettes on a cigarette making machine in a factory using the "l~s~er Blend". MODEL NUMBERS (1) Paper type effects on 800mg/25.0 circ. ~odeis 22 - 23 - 24 - 25 Paper type effects ac 500mg/19.8 circ. models 28 - 29 - 3O - 31 Paper porosities (i0, 30, 50 CU) are inherent porosities: the paper for models 25 and 31 has elec=ros~atlc perforations to raise =he porosity of the base paper (I0 CU) to a total 50 CU- (ii) The effec=s of different weights/denslties can be evaluated for differen= papers:- I0 C.U. @ 950/800 20 - 22 50 C.U. 0 950/800 21 - 24 10 C.U. @ 650/500 26 - 28 50 C.U. @ 650/500 27 - 30 (iii) Because one oE these papers will be =he standard paper used for the see of hand-made (tubing) models, it will be possible also co make some comparisons between the two secs of samples e.g. 950mg @ 25.0/8.0 4 - 20 or Zl 800mg @ 25.0/8.0 5 - 22 or 23 or 24 650mg @ 19.8/6.3 8 - 26 or 27 500mg @ 19.8/6.B 9 - 28 oc Z9 or 30 It is unlikely that valid comparisons can be made with hand-rolled models because of the "overlap" factor. O O O t~ (3O tn 2~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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-4 O O O. 0 C 3 r- o m n ml 0 0 m g0 0 0 ( IIAND-HADE HODEL$ HODEL P~ODUCr PROD|ICr PRODUCT PRODIDCI l ll00 70 2B.3/9.0 247 2 1100 70 26.5/8,4 281 3 ~100 70 25.0/8.0 316 4 950 70 25.O/8.O 273 5 800 70 25.O/8.0 230 6 800 70 23.2/7°4 267 7 B00 70 23.2/7.6 267 8 650 70 19.8]6.3 298 9 500 70 19.8/6.3 229 IO 500 70 19.8/6.3 229 tl 500 70 19.8/6,3 229 L2 500 70 17.5/5.6 293 13 500 70 16.5/5.3 330 14 425 70 16.5/5.3 280 L5 350 70 16.5/5.3 230 [6 350 70 15.3/4.9 268 ll 350 ?0 |5.3/4.9 268 COI}gS |B-19 LEFT AVAILABLE FOR ANY ADDI'I'ONAL IIAND-HADE H(}DELt~ WlilCil MAY BI-~ PROL'OSED. PAPER WID~r'~yERS (--) /- STD I STD t STD l 5TD I STD [ STD l 37 1.6 STD I STD I 37 1.9 24 1.2 37 2.1 37 2.2 37 2.2 37 2.2 37 2.4 20 t.3 APPENDIX A HOW HADE TUBING TUB [ NG TUB ING TUB ING TUB ING TUBING ItANDROLL (~ffC) TUBING TU I~ ING iLANDROLL (H/C) |IANDROLL (~ttC) HANDROLL (~|/C) HAND RO L L (.~S/C) IIAND ROI.I, (H/c) I|ANDROLI, (H/c) IIANDKOI.L (n/c) .Anun~oz,a. (nlc)
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IXl > --I 0 0 0 C 3 p" W m ml ** -r m 0 O. O0 'T! -I C 0 0 ~'ACTO~Y-H^CU [ NS-HADE HODEI.S (P}_P~w CYP~ STtmY) APPENDIX B MODEL £RODUC~ PRODUCt PRODUCT PRODUCT PAPER I~JHBER ~[GIIT Lgl/GTll CIRC/DIAH DENSITY POROSITY 20 95U 7D 25.0/8.0 273 IO 21 950 20 2~.O/~.O 273 50 22 BOO 70 25.0/8.0 230 ~U 23 800 70 25.018o0 230 30 24 800 70 25.0/8.0 230 5U 25 BOO 70 25.O/B.0 230 lO+40g/S 26 650 70 t9,B/b.3 29B IO 27 650 70 19.B/6.3 298 50 28 500 7U ]9.8/6.3 229 IO 29 500 70 19.8/6.3 229 30 30 500 70 19,B/6.3 229 50 3L 500 70 19.B/6,3 229 }O~40E/S CODES 32 - 34 LKFT AVAILABI3 FDR ANY ADDITIONAL I.IODELS WIIICII FIAY BE PIIOPOSI~D. N.B. (i) All cOl~l~arism~ has~:4| on - I 'l'ob.cco 8le.d ("HASTEI{ BLI~ND") - Sta,~dard smoklng ce~Ime [or u il ua~q~Ic~. - 1 Co=tdltlon.l,~ ht=uo,~phere (bOZlflfl/2OZ) - ~/e|ght~/de*~lLy at pack mo[sCu~'e ~or '*HASTER BLEND". (~i) (~NI~ of thu~e mod~l~ will b~ deal'g*~ute~ uu a CONTI{OL CH;AII~CI'TI~ ¢o bu used i*~ ALl, PARTICIPATING LABORATORIES to allow compar|~on of measurud Tar a~Id Nicotine values. -T__L..£ 9 c:j # [ 000
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PRODUCT COMPARISONS: FACTORY-MACHINE-MADE HODELS (APPENDIX C) C : BLEND-TYPE STUDY These models would explore the yield differences from 4 different Blend (i.e. Brand) types. Models would be made as PLAIN cigarettes on a cigarette maklng machine in a factory ac 2 produc~ SiZeS using t cigarette paper specification. MODEL NIR~ERS (iv) Blend-type effects on 800mg/25.0 circ. models (23) - 35 - 36 - 37 Blend-type effects on 500mg/19.8 circ. models (29) - 38 - 39 - 40 The I paper type chosen for these models would be chosen from porosities I0 CU 30 CU 50 CU -che closes= co ~ha~ most commonly used coma~eroially. 0 0 0 (DO t~n C_ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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/ % i!:¸ "k~ • -4 O O Q. 0 n C g 0 r- m 0 HODEL NUMBER (23) (29) i!i!i!~ ¢D (?# 35 |m ..r 36 m 37 iiiiii 38 O0 39 '11 O" 40 ,2. 0 0 FACTORY-MACHINK-~LADE SAHPLES (BLEND-TYPE STUDY~ PRODUCT PRODIJCT PRODUCT PRODUCT PAPER* WEIGIIT LENCTIi CIRC/DIAM DENSITY POROSITY 8UO 70 25.0/~.0 230 30 500 70 t9.8/6.3 229 30 800 70 25.0/8.0 230 30 800 70 25.0/8.0 230 30 800 70 25.0/8.0 230 30 500 70 19.~/6.3 229 30 500 70 19.8/6.3 229 30 500 70 ~9.8/6.3 229 30 PAPER POROSITY SI'ECIF[CAT[ON TO BE AG|~EED ON 17/t/90 DEPENDING ON HOST PREVALENT CO}~IERCIAL USE, THE OPTIONAL AI.TERNATIVES WOULD BE IO CU OK 50 CU WITH APPROPRIATE SWITCH ON '°FLUTER BLEND" MODELS. APPFJ~DIX C BLEND USED "HASTEH BLEND" "MASTER BLEND" ALTERNATIVE A ALTERNATIVE B ALTERNATIVE C ALTERNATIVE A ALTERNATIVE B AL'rERNATIVE C - A I7100017
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RAC/BCHf96 24 January 1990 CORESTA RYO TASK FORCE Sheraton Skyline Hotel, London. 17 January 1990 The Agenda for the meeting is attached (Appendix I) together with a llst of participants (Appendix 2). On thls occasion, however. Hans Thomson (S.T.K.) was unable to attend. Following the Agenda items: I. Corrections to Bristol meetlnq notes ~|o corrections. 2. Recocnitlon by CORESTA Smoke Study Group as Task Force The Chairman of the Smoke Study Group was contacted, the proposal was discussed with the Scientific Commission of CORESTA and formal recognition of the group was given. 3. Responses to Ouestlonnaire on RYO Smoker Habits Appendices 3 and 4 draw together all readily available information on ~arket volumes, blends, brands and consumer ~ractices° Errors In the tables have been corrected. 4. ~Acree Plan for study of n n oroduct desian Factors At the ~rlstol meeting (7 ~fovember I~9) views were collected from participants concerning the outline of a programme of work necessary to meet the second objective of the group, namely: ~To establish the effects on tar and nicotine deliveries of RYO cigarettes of the materials used (including tobacco) and the design of the cigarette." Between the two meetings the Secretary to the Group prepared a draft work proposal (Appendix 5) which was circulated prior to the meeting and again, after amendment, at the meeting (amended version attached). This programme was also converted into 12 sections of work (Appendix 6) - subsequently supplemented by a 13th section designed to explore other aspects of the paper formulation, particularly chalk content. Within this 13 section work proposal, Sections I to 6 (inclusive) involve hand-making of samples via hand rolling and tubing devices whilst Sections 7 to 13 (inclusive) involve cigarette machine production of samples from dried and degraded RYO blends (necessary to enable the blends to operate ~n making machines). The draft wor~ proposal contains several points of cross-check between the various sample production methods. (The machine production ~ethod was invoked in an attempt to limit an otherwise extremely large hand-maklng requirement). Each of the 13 sections were discussed in turn, resulting in a small number of modifications to the proposed programme, largely to ensure that the European range disclosed in Appenclces 3 and 4 was fully covered without the need for doubtful extrapolation. 0 0 0 CO BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i iiiiitiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiii
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-2- The "Master Blend" referred to in the documentation and used in the majority of studies will be "Drum", a volume brand available in many European markets. Alternative blends requlred for Section 12 of the programme were also chosen: Brand Blend Country Use~Type Petteroe 3 llght/dark {Scandinavia) hand-roll Golden Virginia light U.Ko hand-roll Marlboro US-type Germany tube Schwarze Krauser I dark Germany hand-rol~ - providing a balance of blend type. country of origin and representing hand-roll as the major use-type. The standard paper used throughout the study wlll be: Permeability 40 C,U. Substance 25 gsm Chalk filler 25% Additive IZ citrate except in Sections 7 = I0 where paper permeability effects are explored and in Section 13 where chalk and citrate levels are varied: 15~ chalk. I~ citrate 25~ chalk. O~ citrate 15~ chalk. O~ citrate A properly detailed and statistically considered plan will be drawn up for each oF the 13 Sections prior to the next ~eeting. 5. Resources for~ The svork programme will be implemented by the following companies° (All companies at the meeting agreed to participate in the work except RJR). Section I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Sable Production Smokln~ Niemeyer/Oouwe Egberts LTR Brinkman/Poeschel Imperial ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Gallahers ) ) ) ) ) ) ) BAT PM Reemtsma etc. Since 6allahers have experience of drylng/degradlng RYO blends to enable machine production of samples, they aqreed to undertake all of this work. 0 0 0 Oo LJ~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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6/7. A number of companies (including BAT (UK), BAT (Germany), Philip Morrls, Reemtsma and others) agree to perform the analysis of the Gallahers-produced samples. This work will be divided up in the detatled plans on an equitable basis. Wattens, Bollore° EFKA and Rizla will be approached for the supply of papers, tubes and associated hand-machinery. Section 6 of the plan (effect of overlap) will be omitted at this stage. Section 5 of the plan (evaluation of hand-rolllnq - v - tube manufacture) will be modified to take immediately available materlals so that this work can be conducted across a number of laboratories (including BAT) in advance of the rest of the program. This will provide useful information to the statisticians in designing the number of replicates needed in Sections I - 4 and 7 - 13 of the main plan. Haterlals and hand-machlnery will be supplied to all participating companies as quickly as possible, so that hand manufacture and smoking can be conducted and results supplied well in advance of the next meeting. Collation. Reportlnq. Hext ~eetinn The next meeting will be on Thursday 19 April 1990 in Dusseldorf. At this meeting, detailed protocols (which take into account the variability revealed in the Section ~ pre-study) for Sections I - 4 and 7 - 13 will be presented, coupled with responsibility for smoke work over Sections 7 - 13. qesponslbilitles for collation and reporting of test results will also be decided. R.A. CRELLIF) Copies: Dr. R. Binns Fir. H.F. Dymond Dr. T. Hirjl Dr. R.R. Baker Hr. P.~. Bingham, Marketing Nillbank Dr. R.E. Thornton. R&D P~illbank Dr. S. Boyce, R&D ~lillbank 0 O O LTI CX} L~ BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001 ~ iJli~iiiii~ iii!)~i i¸¸
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"CORESTA R.Y.O. TASK FORCE" Meeting at SHERATON SKYLINE HOTEL, BATH ROAD, LONDON on Wednesday 17th January 1990 at 10.30 a.m. AGENDA I. Correcclons to notes on Bristol Meeclng 7 November 1989. .. •.. 2. Recognition by CORESTA Smoke Study Group as Task Force. 3. Responses to Quesc¢onnaCre on RYO Smoker Habits. 4. Consider and agree plan for study of RYO produce design factors. 5, Resour=es for agreed programme - Participating Companies - Supply o£ ~aterials for models. 6. Responsibility for collation and reporting of Test Results, 7. Dates/locations of future meetings. .J~ C~ C~ .J~ (J1 C~ C~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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R.Y.O. GROUP PARTICIPANTS - 17TH J&~2ARY 1990 CKAIRMAN DR. P. SADLER IM/ERIAL TOBACCO LTD G. ANDERSON SVENSKA TOBAKS P. ANDRIEUX GROUPE LANA T. BAECKSTROM O.Y. RETTIG J.Bo BODE.~ P. MORRIS DR. R. CRELLIN B.A.T. (SOUTHAMPTON) B.E. FROST ROT P~L~N S MISS C. GOETEE LANDEWYCK DR. V. FLAUSEN REEMTSMA J, v.d. HEIDE TURMAC G. HILL NIEMEYER [4. HUISKES NiEMEYER DR. P. HARNOT BOLLORE TECHNOLOGIES C. ,'q.A_RRE S VNK F. F • MARX VDR DR. L. MUELLER RJR R. OLSEN TIEDEMANNS DR. D. PANGRITZ BAT (HAMBURG) MISS N. PIR~OU LTR INDUSTRIES DR. E. POESCNL A. POESCHL G. QUINTENS TABACOFINA-V.D. ELST DR. P. RHENSIUS BRI~IANN W.R. SHORT RIZLA K. TKELEN WATTENS HoV, THOMSEN SKANDINAVISK TOB. A. de VRIES DOUWE EGBERT-VAN NELLE DR. D. WESTCOTT F. MORRIS A.H. WRIGHT GALLAHER S~CRETARY DR. D.J. MACKENZIE GALLAHER GB S F SF CH GB GB L D EL D NL F NL D D N D F D B D GB A DK NL [GBI GB GB CD Lrl Go BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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% - R¥O SHOIr.K! LPI~kC~IC[S ",IJSgKIA .rLG I.UH/LLIX 31 6 L 28 '~RE NIL =~ 9~ HIL Y[ rll.~.. 9 90 't IS.~18 EGO Z5.118 (600-100O) ¢6-'8) ,~t~.eJ~Y(Z) 30,-40 to 50 ZS.~/E 8~) Z~.9/7.1 (7.8-$.l~) (~00-1~o0) z3.917.~ (~mg) (~'~GE O~ SHAPES) I.lrg I,~MBOU~G 89 :~Kt'[~l~~" ~lU$ ~PLO UKgER ~, 85-90 ~ZL ?SZ 22.3/7.~ (~90-t~oO) (~.8-~0.2' 9~0 Z2/7 (800-I000) (6-8) ':'.~:1~£~ $0 2:t 25 ZO (g~O) U:4© 'C~D XXNGI)Oh &'~ ] ~. 1.90. 0 0 C U~ Co BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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"CORESTA RYO GROFJP" Models ~roDosed for g¥O Study Pro~r~e I have made some minor changes co the paper porosity values proposed in the programme which I circulated for your coasideration in December L989. From the replies to the Questionnaire, I suggest thac the original porosity values (lOp 30, 50, 10+40E/S) be changed to i0, 40, 80, 40~40E/S C.U. respectively. Until these proposals are formally agreed by the Group, I have designated these papers as:- Paper A Paper B Paper C Paper D - suggested i0 CU Porosity - suggested &O CU Porosity - suggested 80 CU Porosity - suggested 80 CO Porosity (achieved by elec=rostacical!y perforating Paper B (40 CU) to give a total porosity of 80 CU). I attach revised copies of Notes and Appendices B and C for your use. CD CD cj] ,.0 0 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i/i~tili~i~ii ii~iii i¸
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PRODUCT COMPARISONS: ~'DMADE MODELS (APPENDIX A) A : PRODUCT DIMZNSIONAL EFFECTS (i) (I£) Circumference mud Densit7 Effects at It00m~ 28.3/247 25.5/281 25.0/316 at 80Omg 25.0/230 23.2/267 at 500mg 19.8/229 17.5/293 ~6.5/330 16.5/230 15.3/268 at 35Omg Weight and Density Effects at 25.0[8.0] circ. 11OO/316 950/273 8OO/230 ac L9.8(6.3) circ. 650/298 500/229 at L6.5(5.3) circ. 500/330 425/280 350/230 Tubing Tubing Handroll (M/C) Handroll (M/C) Tubing Tubing Hamdroll (M/C) MODEL ~q~MB F~S l0 12 13 15 t6 i3 14 15 (ill) Tubing - Sandroll Comparison C ct,~ at 800mg 23.2(7.4) circ. at 500mg 19.8(6,3) circ. (iv) Paper Overlap Effects C d~c. at 500mg ([9.8/6.3) (Haudroll) S~andard Paper (37mm) overlap 1.9 layers Narrow Paper (Z4cml?) overlap [.2 layers a~ 350mg (15.3/4.9) Standard Paper (3Fmm) overlap 2.4 layers Narrow Paper (20mm?) overlap 1.3 layers N.B. All comparisons based on:- I =obacco blend (",Master Blend") i paper type (porosity to be defined) I conditioning atmosphere (66% ~[/20°C?) Standard smoking regime for all samples. ~eights/density a~ pack moisture for the "Master Blend". -~.U ,pc 6-7 9-[0 l0 Ii 16 17 CD CD ~7 kO BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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REVISED PRODUCT CO}£PARISONS: FACTORY-MACHINE-.~.~DE HODELS ~.%PPKNDIX B) B : P-&PER-TYPK S~Y The proposed study is of the effeccs of paper =ype on yields and ~he se~ is iRcended primarily as a co.parians study. All these Models would be made as PLAIN cigarettes on a ciBarette making machine in a factory using the ".~,as=er 81end". MODEL ~LrMBKKS (l) Paper type effects on 800mg/25,0 circ. mcdels 22 - 23 - 2& - 25 Paper type effects at 50Om8/19.8 circ. models 28 - 29 - 30 - 31 Paper A, B & C porosities (suggested L0, &O, 80 CU) are inherent porosities: ~he paper D for models 25 and 3k has eleccros=a~ic perforations ~o raise Ehe porosity of the base paper (40 CU) ~o a ~ocal 80 CU. (li) The effects of dlfferenc weights/densities can be evaluated for dlfferenc papers : - Paper A @ 950/800 20 - 22 Paper C @ 950/800 21 - 24 Paper X @ 650/500 26 = 28 Paper C @ 650/500 27 - 30 (iii) Because one of chose papers will be the standard paper used Eor the set of hand--made (¢ubing) models, it will be possible also co make some comparisons between the :wo sets of samples e,g° 950~g @ Zb,O/8.O 4 - 20 or 2i 800=s @ 25.0/8=0 5 - 22 or 23 or 24 650mg @ [9.8/6.3 8 - 26 or 27 500mg @ 19.8/6.3 9 - 28 or 29 or 30 I~ is unlikely =ha= valid comparisons can be made with hand-rolled models because of the "overlap" factor. CD O O Lfl ~O BATCo document for Legal Services : Health Canada 28 February 2001
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00 }> --4 O O e~ o C 3 ¢D E il O ¢D ii -r" ¢D i :3" O Q. =11 ¢D O" ¢- W O O f:< FACTORY-HACIIINE-HAI)E HODF+L$ (PAPI~R TYPE STUDY) REVISED APPENDIX U HODEL PRODUCE PRODUCP PRODUC'I' PRODUCT PAPER NUHBER WEIGHT LENCTII CIRC/DIAH DENSITY POROSITY 20 950 70 25.01~.0 273 Paper A 21 950 70 25.0/B.0 273 Papur C 22 800 70 25.O/8.0 230 Paper A 23 ~00 70 25.0/8.O 230 I'~p~r B 24 800 70 25.O18.0 230 Paper C 25 800 70 25.0/8.0 230 Paper l) 26 650 70 19,8/6.3 298 Paper A 27 650 70 19.8/6.3 298 Paper C 28 500 70 19.8/6.3 229 Paper A 29 500 70 19.8/6.3 229 I'~per B 30 500 70 19.8/6.3 229 Paper C 31 500 70 19.B/6.3 229 Paper D CODES 32 - 3~ LEFT AVAILABLE PO|( ANY AIIDITIONAL HODEi.S WIIlC|I HAY BE P~OPOSED, N,B. (i) All comparisons based nn- ! Tobacco Blend ("HASTER BLEND') - Standard smoklng regiruc for all samples. - I Coiidlrioning Atmosphere (60%R~l/20~) - Weights/density st pack moisture for "HASTER fiB.END". ([[) ONE of Chess models will be designated as a CONTROL CIGARETTE to be used tn ALL PARTICIPATING LABORATORIES to allow comparison of measured Tar and Ntco~tne values. [6 P[O00
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REVISED PRODUCT COMPARISONS: FACTORY-MACHINE-MADE MODELS (APPL~DIX C) C : BLEND-TYPE STUDY These models would explore the yield dlf~erences from 4 diffQ~en~ Bland (i.e. ~rand) =7pes. Models would be ~ade as ?LAIN cigaret=es on a cigarec=e making machine in a factory a= 2 produc= sizes using i cigarette paper spec£fica=ion (Paper B). (iv) Blend-type effec=s on 800mg/25.0 circ. models HODEL NUMBERS (23) - 35 - 36 - 37 31end-cype effec=s on 500mg/19o8 circ. models (29) - 38 - 3g - 40 The Paper 3 (middle of porosity range e.g. 40CU) is proposed for these models. CD CD L~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 ii i i~tili~i~iiiii~ii~¸~¸¸
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'=4 C~ O Q. 0 0 3 ID 0 r ¢D ~e 0 W gm Z IB 0. 0" 2 o 0 ~z FACTORY-HACH~NE-HADK SAHPL~S ~BLEHD-TYPE STIJDY~ HODEL PBODUCT PRODUCT PRODUCT PRODUCT PAPER NUHBER WEIGHT LENGTI! CIRC/DIAH DENSITY POROSITY (23) BOO 70 25.0/8,0 230 Paper B (29) 500 70 19.8/6.3 229 Paper B 35 800 70 25.0/8.0 230 Paper B 36 800 70 25.0/8,0 230 Paper B 37 800 70 25.0/8.0 230 Paper B 38 500 70 L9.8/6.3 229 Pap=r B 39 500 70 |9.8/6.3 229 Papcl: I~ 40 500 70 Lg.B/6.3 229 Paper B BLEND USED "~ST~K BLEND" "HASTER BLEND" AI.TERNATt VE A ALTERNATIVE B ALTERNATIVE C ALTERNA'rLV£ A ALTt.:tINA'r t V E ALTE~NATt VE C N.B. PAPER POROSITY SPECIFICATION TO BE AGREED ON L7/I/90 DEPENDING ON HOST PREVALENT Cot~EI{CIAI. US~. 6S IO00
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"CORESTA R¥0 GROUP" Possible Sections of RYO Pro~r~e In my letcer (December L989), I noted that the full programme could be divided i==o Sections =o be undercaken by Members of the Group. It may be helpful for our discussions on 17/i/90 to have these discrete sections displayed separately. I have prepared L! pages (attached) showing these 12 Sections and detailing the resource coumitmen= by the Group Member involved i~ ~he relevant section of ~he programme. C~ O O~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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OJ > -4 0 0 es 0 r- 3 ¢D 0 ml r ¢D lea m m (O Ii 0 ¢0 == Z =- == == 0 0 RYO PROGRA~E - SECTION L An investigation oF tile C|RCUHFERENCE (DIAHETER) and DENSITY EI~FECT~ when prod.cLs ~re mad~ L~ a FLXEB WEIGIIT. Samples made by t*=bi,=g. S&HPLES S I 7..____E_E WE [GILTS RB~U~R EHI~NT 5 Tublng 1 70 x 28.3 (9,0) @ 247 ltO0 mg ) HakJnl; - 5 Tubing ) 2 70 ~ 26,5 (if,.4) @ 28[ ),lOt) mg ) S,~lu(:l:ion (wr) ) 3 70 x 25.0 (8,0) @ 316 IiOO mg ) Conditioning & Smoking (.5 Samples 4" Control Clgarer t~) 5 ?O x 25.0 (B.O) @ 230 800 mg 6 It) x 2:).2 (7,4) 8 267 800 :,,g N.B. All comparisons based on=- tobacco blend ("Hat/ter Blend") paper type (poro~;LLy r.o be defined) conditioning aLm0sphere (66% IOI/20°C?) Standard smoking regime for all ~amples Weighcs/den~iLy at pack moisture for Llae "Hanger IllemV"
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U0 3> -4 c) O es O O C 3 ¢D -t O -mI r" m (n ¢D ml O O |n -I- ¢D D} m c) Is} O~ "11 0 0 ~i~ RYO PROCR~IKE - SECTION 2 An [nvesclgarton o[ the CIRCIIHFERENCE (D[AHI~'ER) and DF~HSITY I~FFECTS whe*, products are made to ~ FIXI~|) Samples made by handrolling wtLh a ~achine, SAN?LE$ 5 Handroll (H/C) 5;~£ ~£1Ct~S RE_EQ~RKHEIC[" lO 70 x 19.8 (6.3) ~ 229 500 m~ ) Huklng - 5 llaudrol[ ) 12 70 x 17.5 (5.6) @ 293 500 mg ) Selecclon (we) ) 13 70 x 16.5 (5.3) @ 330 500 m8 ) Cond/c|onll~g & Smoking (5 Samples + Co~trol C/~aretLe) 15 7~ x [6.5 (~.3) @ 23U 350 ~g 16 70 x 15.3 (~.9) ~ 268 350 ~ ~.B. All comparisons based on:- t ¢obacco blend ("HauCer Blend") t pspec Cype (porosity co be defined) I co,~d|~Ionin~ a~osphere (6bX ~II/21~C?) Scandar~ smok|t~g reside for all a~,ples ~et8hCs/de~s~¢y ac pack moisture for ~he "Hascer ~|e~d"
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U0 O O g me ¢3 ¢) == -w ¢D lm O O. M O0 "I1 t~ o" ~t O HYO PROCRAHI, IE - ~[£C'J'ION 3 An tnvesrtga~ton o[ ~he NEIG]IT and DENSITY EI:FEC:TS u|l~. pr~)d.cca ar~ .rode ~o u F~)~EI) CIRCUHFEI~F.N(:E (I) 1AHETER). Samples made by tubing. SAHPLES 5 Tub t t~g NEIGIITS 3 70 x 25,0 (8.0) @ 3[6 ItOO =~g ) ) 4 70 x 25.0 (8.0) ~ 273 950 mR ) ) 5 70 x 25.O (8.0) @ 230 800 mg ) U 70 ~ 19.8 (t~J)) (~ 298 bSO mg 9 70 ~ 19.8 (~¢O') @ 229 500 mg Rltqu [ REbIEtTr Flaking - 5 'rubil=g Select ion (wl:) Stmoklng (5 Sataplea 4- Color ro] Cigarette) N.B, All comparisons based on:- [ tobacco blend ("l'laster Blend") paper type (porosity to be deE[ned) [ condl~Eontng atmosphere (66Z R11/20°C2) ~tan,hird umok|ng regl~ [or air s~,~p|es t.leights/del=s|ty ~t; pack moisture [or thu "'Hastur t~te=td'" 66 Izl000
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m ), -I l') o o 0 C g 0 o r- (1o m 0 =l -r m e~ -fl D" C 0 0 (,' RYO PROGRAHI'Iil - SECTrON 4 An [nvesttgarion of ehe tdEIGlIT ~d DENSITY EFFECTS when products ace laade to a FIXED CII{CUHFEtd".NCE (DI AHETER). Saill|es I.all= Iid hail,lrol I toll; wl tit il iiliil~liln~ , Ilandroll 13 70 x 16.5 (5.3) @ 330 500 Inll ) tlakin£ - 3 Ilandroll. (l'|IC) ) 14 70 x 16.5 (5.3) @ 280 425 mll ) Selection (wL) ) [5 70 X ill.5 (5.3) @ 230 350 m~ ) Condii:JorllnB & SmokiNg (3 Saml)lei; t Co,=trol Cfil~al el; r e) N.B. All comparfso.s based o.:- 1 tobacco blend ("M~sUer Blend") I paper type [porosity co be defined) | conditioning atmosphere (66Z Rtl/20°C?) Standard selokl;Ig regime for 011 samples Wetllhl;s/dellsil;y a~ pack mlll~Ittlre for lhe "Hiii~l;ef Illciid" 00917 I000
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00 -4 O O es O O ¢- 3 O f=@ O [- O D} m cn O m| O O .= "!" O m m ~r O Q. at O0 "ti O ¢Y Ill Is} O O RYO PXOC[(AHNE = SECTION To investtF.ate whether There are yield dtfferencus when product~ are made by TUBING rather than by tlANDROLLING, Two product weli3hts/two ct~ct=raferenges are Included. Hatchil~ sumpl~u ~=r¢,. =u~*lc by t-,bl=q~ a~=d huudrolll.g w/tll a macl=ine. SAHPLES Tubing 6 s ! z ~/hESS ITY .~ I mIT___~S R~Oy t~v.v.m 70 x 23.2 (7.4) ~ 267 B00 rag ) Haklng - 2 T.bi=~g ) 2 ilandrot] ) llandroI1 7 70 x 23.2 (7.t~) @ 257 800 mg ) -c, eLec~Jou (wt) ) Coi~d / r | o=~l ng ~, ) S,aoklng (4 Samples Tubing 9 70 x L9.8 (6.3) ~ 229 500 mg ) + Co.l:rol ) C~garcr~e) ) ltandroll tO 70 z 19.8 (6,3) @ 229 500 mg ) (~tlC) ) N.B. All compar£sonB based on;- I ¢obacco blend ("~laazer Blend") | paper type (porosity to |)e dt~fit~cd) i co.dlt~o,=i==g .=tmosphurc (66Z Rll/20°C'I) S~a.d~rd ~moktag re~lme for al~ sa~pl.es No,gilts/clef, airy aL pack mc~lstt,re for the "HasLer t|le.d" LO9PLO00
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0 g '=1 F- eD m (n ¢D ii ¢D sm ¢D m 0 =l O0 51 ¢D 0" '=l C 0 0 RYO PROCP,~IHE - SECTION 6 Paper for haadroiling RYO products coa~ea |{~ $taa;dard width, bu[ ~mokers roll produet~ to their ~t~dlvldual clrcumf~re=~ce (diameter) pre[erenc~ wLLh cot~aetluet~L dif[e~etl~ amounts o[ paper overlap. This investigation studies tke e[fecLs (o=s y|~lds) o[ dif~eren~ amot,nLs of PAPEtt OVERLAP. A sl~lgle paper porosi$y will be used. SAHPLES SIZE/DENSITY ~JE IGitTS PAPER WIDTII (OVE._ RLAP) RE~U IREHKNT 4 Ilandroll IO 70 x t9.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 =g Std Paper ~[dth 31mu~ 1.9 Layers ) Haki,~g ~, (H/C) ) Itandrol L ) It 7{) x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg Narrow Paper 2h.~m I .2 Layers ) Selection (wt) I~ldth ) ) ) 16 70 x 15.3 (t~.9) @ 268 350 ag SLd Paper ~tidth 31=~ 2.t~ Layers ) Ceuditiouing b ) Smoking ) 17 70 x 15.3 (4.9) @ 268 350 r=~ Narrow Papec 2G~m 1.3 Layers ) (~ Samples + l~ldth ) Control ) Cigarette) N.B. All comparisons based on:- I [obaeeo blend ("Heater Blend") I paper type (porosLty to be de[|ned) i conditioning atmosphere (66~ eH/20°C?) $~andard smokZng restme [o~ all samples Neights/denalty a~ pack ~ois~ure for the "Heater ~lend" 091 000
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O .q r- li> l ¢D n, O ¢D ,! 3: m =r o O0 O" -q C O O ( BYO PROGRAHHR - SECTION 7 This sectio, of the Prosramme involves 0nly ~he HAKING of samples and discribuLion to tl~e L~bor~or~uu par~cipat~ng In the relevant Bectlons of the prograrme. A|[ these models wL[l be made as PLAIN CIGA~E'I~ES on a c|garette-maklng machine in a facLory. The Study of the ef[ec~s o[ PAPER TYPE on yLelds Is proposed as a "COHPAR]SON" Study and Lhe use of [actory made products is considered valid. The I/hal choice of paper poros|ty levels wilL he decided on 17/1/90. The same is true for [he ~I,ENI) TYPE comparison. The nomination of the HASTER BLEND (HB) will be n~ade on |7/1/90, as will d~e cholce of ALTERNATIVE BLENDS (A, B and C). N.B. ONE of the HASTER BLENI) products will bc nominate,| as the CONTROL cigare[uJ dl~¢r|huted ¢o AI.|. I.uboratorics fur inclusion i. SmoklBg Lrlals. SAHPLES SIZE/DgHSITY WEIGI~'S PAPKM BI.END K~IJIRF~IEWY POROSITY 9 Samples 20 70 x 25.0 (8.O) @ 273 950 mg A HB 9 Saaples l:dc~ory-ma4e 2l 70 x 25.O (~.O) @ 273 950 mt~ C Hit Hak I *'tG ami 22 7o x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 ms A HB 23 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 ~ag B HB 24 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 mg C HB 25 70 x 25.0 (B.O) @ 230 BOO ~ug D HB 35 70 x 25.0 (if.O) @ 230 BOO *~lJ B ALT A i)l"t r | btfl: Ion Oz~ I y ()Be Con~ |Bttra~ | o,~ I 7Ux25.O(B.O) ] Varia~1¢s - [lel ~hLs -Pal, e~" ) to he I'oroslty) agreed - III cml~ )i7/1/90 3b 70 x 25.0 (B.O) @ 230 BOO mg B AI.T B 37 70 x 25.0 (8.o) @ 230 • BOO m~ B AL'|' C £09t, 1000
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m ), -4 O O es O O C 3 O -s ,-k O "1 r- o m (n o m. O O =l -r o m O e~L CO "11 O" C O O ,.rig R¥O PROGR~E - SIgCTION 8 This section of the Programme lnvolve~ only rhu making o~ samples and d[srrtbuLion to I:he l.aboratocles parrtctparlng tn rhe relevant sections oE the programme. All these models wLll be +aade us plai. cigaructes on a ctgarette-a, aking raachiqe 1== a factory. The Sgudy of the e~[ccts o~ PAPER TYPE oil yleld~ is pr~posed a~ a "'comparison" Study aud tl~ use o[ [acgory made products ~s conslderecl valid. The ~inal choice o~ paper porosity levels will be decided on 17/I/90. The same Is ¢rue for the BI.I£NI) TYPg compurtson. The no=.ll=aLEon ot Lhe HAS'I'ER BI,ENB (HB) will be ~.~d¢: o. 17/I/90, a~ w[11 the choice of M.TERNATIVE IH.ENI)S (A, U uud C). SAHPLES S ! ZE/OENS ['rY tie [GILTS PAPER BI,ENi) IAl_~cJl! ! RI£1'W.NT POROSITY 9 Samples 26 70 x [9.8 (6.3) + 298 650 mg A H~ 9 SampLes Factory-aade 27 70 x 19.8 (6.3) 8 298 650 ~g C ~1~ Haklog a~=d 28 70 x L9.8 (6.~) @ 229 500 mg a HB 29 70 g L9.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg B till 30 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg C H~ ]l 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg 0 H~ 38 10 x [9.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg B ALT A 39 70 x 19.8 (6.3) ~ 229 500 ~g B ALT B 40 70 x 19.B (6,3) @ 229. 500 ~g B ALT C D L S L C t b~,t[ [ c,~f~ On ! y Ot~e Conf ~g~ra~ion [ 70x19.8(6.3) J V~Itan~s - [~eights - Pape~ ) to be Porosity) agreed - ~lends )17/I/90 #09#[000#
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iiiilil O0 ,-! 0 0 0 0 ,=~ 0 r" m J= 0 ii -r ! C) =1 00 "1"1 0" ,2 0 0 R¥O PROGRtdOIE -- S~CTION 9 To Investigate the effect6 of PAPER POROSITY on produce yields. The Porosity levels A+ B~ C (suggested ua |O, 40, BO CU) will be a~reed o,i ]7/I/90 us betn)$ moa~ rcluv~.It ~or R~[) market pract£ces. Tile effect of perforaCtonu on RYO papers to increase porosity w/It be scudLed a~ a marched ,,ample. TILe example shown In the proposed models matches a paper ulth lnhecen~ porosity of QO CU with a paper where the porosity of the • base paper (say 40 CU) is enhanced (by 40 CU) w|tb electro-static perforations. S~HPLES SIZE/r~ Kt4S ['£Y ~E[IGIITS PAPER BLEND H~I REHgNT POROSITY 8 Samples 22 70 x 25.O (8,O) ~ 230 800 mg A H8 Condir.to=tlng Facrory-made 23 7U x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 8OO mg B I'tt~ ~, Sa~i'~le~ 24 70 x 25.0 (~,.0) ~ Z30 800 m~ C I'IB 2 Clcc.ml~. (S~pplled) 25 70 x 25.0 (LI.O) @ 230 800 mg D ~1~ (|~Ja~m.) 2~ 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 5UO mE, A HL; S~okt~ 29 70 x 19.8 (6,3"J @ 229 500 ml~ B I,~I~ (8 S,mp|es + Cornel' rol 3U 70 x 19.8 (b,3) ~ 229 500 mg C ~ Cigarette) 31 70 x 19.8 (5.3) @ 229 500 mg l~ ~;I~ All samples ~uppl ted (~|B = PI&S'D"-K BLEHI)) 509 000
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m -4 o o 0 0 C 3 0 ='1 i- ra o ii 0 m ws -r (D l 0 Q. tO CO "11 O" -ii C 0 i: / RYO PROCRAHH£ - SI~CTION ]0 This section (like Section 9) tnvestlgace~ tile ef[ects o[ PAPER POROS['rY on product yields and is co,nplementary by extendll~g tile study to different weights/densities. Actual Paper PoroQity values will be decided on 17/1/90. SAHPLES SIZE/DENSITY WKICI~S PAPER BLEND RE___~IIREHENT POROSITY (Supplied) 20 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 273 950 mg A till C,~dLtlonlng 22 70 z 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 mg A HB 2 Clrcum[. 21 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 273 950 ~g C H8 (Diam.) 24 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 800 mg C HB Smokln8 26 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 298 650 mg A HB (8 S~mples + 28 70 x 19.B (6.3) @ 229 500 m~ A HB Contr,~! 27 70 x t9.8 (6o~) @ 298 650 mg C H~ Cigarette) 30 70 x L9.8 (6.3) @ 229 500 mg C H8 AlL samples alq~plled (HB = HASTKR BLEND) 909PIOOOP
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!i!i!i! !!!!!!!! i!i!i!i --I C) 0 Q. 0 3 0 r" m BI 0 i. -r m m 0 m e- ra o o ( llV/O I~OC~&I4HE - SliCTIOII I I The use of factory-machine-made cigarettes for the lnvesLlgation of Paper porosity ~nd Blend type effecta reduces the requirement for hand-made samples, ~hile these comparative scudie~ (Sectlons ~ and 19) w$)l be considered on thelr own It ia known that putting RYO tobaccos (long-stranded, fine-rill) thro,~gh clgaretge-u~aklng machines wt[[ degrade ~he rebecca significantly. It i~ p~as~ble to a~sess the efEccta of ~his degradation by comparing products laade on factory-machines with tl~oae ~aade by Tubing. This Section o[ the progra~uae w~]l show yield differences between the 2 types of produce=. It ls unlikely that any comparison can be ~ade with hat, dr@lied products because ot tl~a overlap facror. SAHPLE8 SIZE/DEHSI~Y WEIGHTS PMH~.,~ BI.~NB R~E~UIREHI~.NT POROSITY Tubing 4 70 x 25.O (8,O) @ 273 950 m8 HB Hakln~ 4 Factory-~ade 20 or 2t 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 273 950 mg * HB T,,bln8 Samples Tubing 5 70 x 25.0 (8.0) ~ 230 800 aig Hli ~ Samples Factory-made 22 or 23 70 x 25.0 (8.01 @ 230 800 mg * NI~ S~l~plled or 24 Tubing 8 70 x 19.8 (6.3) @ 298 650 mg NB Conditioning • ~nd Smoking Factory-~ade 2b or 27 70 x I9.8 (b.3) ~ 298 650 mg * HB (8 Samples Con t r@ 1 Tubing 9 7~3 X 19,8 (6.3) @ 229 500 n~g His Cigarette) 2 CI rcmn~. Factory-made 28 or 29 70 X 19.8 (~.31 @ 229 500 mg * ,~|B (D~ara.). or 30 (HB = HASTER BLEND) * Paper porosity will be cl~osell to ,ua~ch tablea Patter. ZOglz lO001z
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0 o i =.. i. .= m_ £ 0 o RYO PROORAHHE - SECTION |2 The toajot" portLon o~ this KYO i'~ogramme will be conducted ol~ ONE biel~d (bound) tl~dLcaLud on ~mple specifications as zhe HASTER BLEND 4HB). Because I~YO brands available in Europe ,nay have dJ[ferenc physical charaeteriutics le.g.C.L widti,+ stem Lype (bird's eye) or tobacco composlt, ion |e.g. blend of [lue-curud, burley, fire-cured tobaccos] or hutoectant []eve| and type], t¢ is proposed that some lnvesr~gatlon of blend-type effects be included in the prograt~tc. The choice el ALTERNATIVE fiLEND$ (A+ Battd C) ~I|l be made on 17/1/~0, This section o~ the programme wI|l use ooly fac~ory-wacl~lne-toade products and the results wilt be cotopared. Tuo product slzes/ueights are included; one paper type only is involved (choice made on 17/1/90). SAHPLES S[ZE/UENS|T¥ 4Supplied) 23 35 3b 37 or 24 29 3~ ~9 ~0 70 x 25.0 (8.0) 0 230 70 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 70 x 25.0 48.0) 0 230 10 x 25.0 (8.0) @ 230 70 x t9.8 (6,3) @ 229 10 x 19.8 46.3) @ 229 30 ~ 19.8 (6.3) @ 229 70 x 19.~ 46.3) @ 229 ~1F.. ] GILTS PAP ER BI,END POROSITY 800 r0g E ttB BOO tog B ALT A 800 mg B ALT B ~O0 mg li ALT C 500 mg B HB 500 mg B AI.T A 500 mg B ALT 500 mg B AI.T C Rk_.~IJIREHENT Conditioning and smoking (8 Samples ÷ Cont~o~ cigarec~e) 2 CI~cttmfo (Diam.) All Satoples supplied, (HB ~ HASTER BLENO) £09 z O00P
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RAC/BCH 16 January 1990 RYO Leqlslatlon Situation in West Germany The issue of regulation for tobacco products other than cigarettes was raised by the Health Minister with the OIN authorities approximateTy 6 - 7 years ago. DIN worked with the BGA (equlvaIent to the Laboratory of the Government Chemist) on system development and recognlsed the issue to be a difficult one having studles weight and moisture effects. A consumer test magazlne focussed on the RYO market by fllllng RYO tubes wlth the same welght of the various brands, smoked as per cigarette smoking standards and pubilshed the data. The BGA recommended a similar approach based around Ig in an unfiltered tube, smoked as per cigarettes, and the WestphaIla laboratory conducts this test on an annual basis. The ~?est German Green Party has raised the issue in both German and European Par|laments -which has renewed the pressure from the Health Minister on DIN. A DIN working group (plus an invited guest from~he industry) was set up to re-consider the problem. Features of the proposed method, which prevented direct Intercomparabllty wlth cigarettes, included (a} p]aln tube (b) longer butt length (27mm) and (c) "tar potential" expression, i.e. ".~ tar" not cKl/tube. PH and RJR objected to this for~., of reportln9 on the ground that the results (typically !.5 - 2.2~ tar) 'looked low" co~pared with cigarettes and might disadvantage the cigarette business (which is much more important in their terms). They proposed mg/g (i.e. muItip]y by lO) but this generated nwnbers higher than most manufactured cigarettes and could, therefore, not be accepted by RYO manufacturers. Where methods cannot be agreed between OI~J and the industry concerned, the Health Hinister can invoke "Paragraph 35". This is now In process. The Paragraph 35 team (two people, neither from the industry) wi]| decide and declare a method. This Is the responslbllity of the BGA. It is wlde~y expected that, within the first quarter of 1990. BGA will declare the method to be lO00mg, 8mm diameter plain tube, nor~aT cigarette smoking, wlth results declared as mg/cigarette, which in this case would be the s~me as mg/g. Thus this would appear to be a "win" position for PM/RJR and would allow unfavourable comparabl]Ity (in pure numbers terms) For RYO products with respect to manufactured cigarettes. (Incidentally, had a Barclay solutlon not been found, the next step in Germany wou|d have been the invoking of Paragraph 35 procedures). Thus the |Ikely principal difference between the DI~ prooosal and the anticipated Paragraph 35 decision (apart from form of expression of result) Is weight of tobacco used. The DIN proposal was based on 820mg against ]QOOmg for Paragraph 35. Two consequences of this are seen to be llkel¥: |. Tar de|ivery may well be lower, given that. at these densities it is be|loved that additional rod filtration wil| outweigh extra tar generation at the coa]. 2. Variability In results will be Improved. With existing German RYO tobaccos, it has been shown that the DIN proposal generated results In which the across-brand range In a single test was les_.._ss than the wfthin-brand range from test to test. At higher weight, wlthln-brand range across tests Is apparently reduced: thus more consistent ranklngs are anticipated. 0 0 0 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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-2- If I~) (the International Standards Organisatlon) subsequently adopt a different procedure to that currently being declded in ~rmany. DIN are recommended (but are not obliged) to follow the I) procedure. If CEN (the European Organisation of Standardlsation), on the other hand, decide at some future stage to adopt a norm for RYO testing. DIN (and other European National Standards Organlsatlons, presumably) are forced to follow the CEN procedure. R.A. CRELLIN Copies: Dr. R.E. Thornton, BATCo. Mlllbank Hr. P,~. Bingham, Harketing Dept., BATCo. Millbank Dro R. Blnns Dr. T. Hirji Mr. H.F. Dymond C:) O C O% BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i itiiiiiilL iii~ii¸
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m .-4 O O O. 0 o c 3 0 9 r- ¢,Q m= o o In ig i 0 D 0" C 0 0 B - RYO SMOKER PRACTICES COUNTRY TU B I NG % AUSTRIA BELGI~ILUX 3t DENMARK USE OF PAPER ROLLING BY MACHINE BY BAND % % SURVEY OF RYO MARKETS (BY COUNTRY) FILII~R$ % 4 ? 28 EIRE NIL c5 95 NIL FINLAND 9 90 ~lO GEgMAIqY(2) 30-40 TUBING WEIG~ 800 50 TYPICAL PRODUC'T SIZES II~qDROLL -- c~eclD~ ~zz~ CTRC/D~ ~) (ao_._2) (~...] 25.t/8 800 25.1/8 (600-tO00) (6-8) 8O0 22.9/7.3 (400-1200) 23.~/~.6 (~-9)
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iiiiii~ ~iil,~, O o= =o r- m ¢n i= O i, -1- m e,,I, o := Q. O0 "I1 C O O GEP.,~.~a~e(2) 30-40 tLUXEMBOURG 89 W NETHERLANDS 5-10 NORWAY I [ 10 UNDER 5 <I ~t 50 85-90 SWEDEN 50 25 25 SW~TZ~a.~m ~[o UNITED KINGDOM 15.1.90. 919 [000 NIL NIL 20 4-5 IOOO (800-1200) t000 (95o) 25.3/8,05 25.1/8 800 22.917.3 (400-I200) 23.9/7.6 (5-9) (Rm~E OF SHAPES) 782 22.3/7.1 (490-1400) (4.8-I0.2) (RANGZ o~ s~s) 900 22/7 (8oo-,ooo) (6-8) 543 17.9/5.7 (417-7) (?)
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O R -q r- i ¢D m| O ¢D ii .1- m ZP o CL b~ ~r ,,,I O O CD A - RYO PgDDUCT COHPONKNTS COUNm___T TOT~ HARKET TONNES Y~-EAR* AUSTRIA I00 BELGIUM/LUX 5400 (5852) DEntURE (1395) L20 (2zo) MAIN BJLANDS MAVERICK ALTESSE DRUH AJJA 17 AJJA 17 SAMSON BELGAM 19 BELGAH 14 GAULOISES 8ELGAM 20 OLD HOLBORN GOLDEN VIRGINIA SAMSON DUMA FINL.&I'iD 570 AROMA FRANCE (4218) GERMANY(Z) L4000 L4200 (L4508) I DRUM SAMSON BANTAM SCHN. ERAUSER L JAV. JONG. MILD LANC ( A + SURVEY OF RYO MARKETS (BY COUNTRY) BRAND STYLE (DA~/LXCBT) BRAND CRARACTERXSTICS MOIST. NIC CUT WIDTH 12 2.3 12 2.5 HALF DARK 18.7 2.2 0.38 DARK 19.6 2.3 0.26 LIGHT 19.5 2.8 0.29 HALF DARK 20.1 2.5 0.40 LIGHT 20.6 2.5 0.40 DARK 20.8 2.4 0.40 DARK 19.4 2.2 O.35 LIGHT 20.7 2.1 0.40 SOD/SOL 26 2.3 0.5 LIGHT 25 3.1 0.4 50D/50L 2l 2.2 O.S 50D/SOL 20 2.0 0.4 DARK 17 2.1 0.5 OAF'" ILIGHT DARK DAI. , HED. DARK DARK DARK LIGHT LIGHT 16-20 2-3 0.3- ",4 17.5-19.5 2.1-2.8 0.3-..4 17-19 L6.5-18.5 1.9-2.6 0.3-0.4 PAPER SI~IKT'S AVAILABLE HA.TIgH.ALS TUBES IqL'J~RS ALTESSE 50CU TRIXI SPEC. SOCU ABADIE 5OCU RIZABADIE 15CU MARIE ALPACI 20CU ACETATE RIZLA 133 5cg ACETATE RIZLA RED 5CU RIZLA GREEN 5CU RIZLA 4.5CU GIZEH 45CU ACETATE RIZLA BLEU 4CU JOB SUPAXR 95CU ZIGZAG 4CU UCB 2CU GIZEH 16CU EFKA 35CU MUSKOTE 22CU BANTAM 20CU AMROSS 2SCD PRIVILEG 56CU ACETATE P. MALL SOCU PHOENIX SZCU A GOLDEH TIP 30CU MENTHOL TIP 52CU |
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m ), o O e~ o O e- 3 o r- eD i O) ¢D im O ¢D s, -r m D" O e~ o0 31 ¢D ~r C bJ O o GERnANY(2) LUXEHBOURG 14000 14200 (1450S) D RUM SAMSON BANTAH SCHW, KRAUSER I JAV, JDNG. MILD LANCIA HB HARLBORO VAN NELLE GOLDEN GATE DAF'"/LIGHT DARK DAJ. , HED. DARK DARK DARK LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT LIGHT DARK LIGHT 285 DRI~[ SOD/SOL (202) SAMSON 50D/SOL VAN NELLE IOOD NETHERLANDS 16000 DRUH (16048) SAMSON VAN HELLE (SUP. QUAL.) ~D. DARK M.ED. DARK DARK NORWAY 3500 PETTEROE 3 PETTEROE MILD EVENTYRBL. 3 ~i¸ SWEDEN 800 JOHN SILVER ) ESCORT ) TIEDE~L~S GUL ) 16-20 2-3 0.3- ".4 17.5-19.5 2.1-2.8 0,3- ~.4 17-19 16.5-18.5 1.9-2.6 0.3-0.4 16-20 2.5-3.5 0.2-0.3 SWITZERLAND UNITED KINGDOM 4250 GOLDEN VIRGINIA (4500) OLD HOLBORN 21 2.1 0.4 24,4 1.8 0,4 23 3.2 0.4 * TOTA5 (BRACKETS) - IHFO. EX. BAT (UNOFFICIAL) 15.1.90. 16-20 2-3 0.3-0.4 16-20 2-3 0.3-0.4 16-20 2.5-3,5 O,2-O,3 DARE/LIGHT 18.5 2.5 0.5 LIGHT 18.5 1.8 0.5 LIGHT 18 2.2 0.5 AMER. ) BLEND ) ) LIGHT DARK 14-16 0,5-0.7 2-2.5 26 3.4 0.45 27 2,8 0.42 GIZEH t6CU PRIVILEG 56CU EFKA35CU P. HALL 50CO MUSKOTE 22CUPHOENIX 52CU BANTAH 20CU GOLDEN TIP 30CU AHEOSS 25CU MENTHOL TIP 52CU (SEE ATT. LANCIA 28CU LIST) WEST 25CU (SEE ATT. LIST) PRIVILEG 50CU JOHNNY HASCOTTE 65-75CU PERFORATED RIZLA RED 65-75CU FILTER TUBES RIZLA (RED) 8CU WINNER TIP BIG BEN 9CU RIZLA IOCU RED JOHN SILVER 80CU RIZLA RED 12CO RIZLA GREEN 12CU RIZLA BLUE N/K VENTAIRE 750U ACETATE ACETATE IN TUBES ACETATE ACETATE IN TUBES ACETATE t9 tO00
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31-01-9c) 12:49 47+7269 BATRDD G 2551}5 GALTOB G ~5505 GALTOB G ~--01-90 12:50 477269 BATRBD S 25505 GALTOB G MSGE N0:0183 31-01-90 12:46 TO: DR R CRELLIN FROM: DR D J MACKENZIE GALLAHER LTD CAN YOU CONFIRM THAT YOU WOULD BE WILLING TO TAKE PART IN THE PILOT STUDY" FOR THE PROGRAMME7 C~~ FULL DETAILS WiLL BE CIRCU~4TED SHORTLY WITH MINUTES OF LONDON MEETING. !NVOLVEMENT WILL REQUIRE #~AKING OF ONE TUBING SAPfPLE AND ONE HANDROLLED SAMPLE. SAMPLE SIZE PROPOSED IS MAKING UP TO 120 CIGARETTES OF E,4CH TYPE, HEIGHT SELECTING AND SMOKING ~, CIGARETTES. I WOULD LIKE TO SELECT AT LEAST 10 LABORATORIES FROM ~.~LUNTEER5 WILLING TO TAKE PART IN THIS PILOT STUDY. AN EARLY" REPLY ON YOUR ABILITY TO TAKE PART WILL ALLOW ME TO PLAN FOR DISTRIBUTION OF TQBACCO, TUBES AND PAPERS, THE PRO~.'ISIONAL TIMING IS TO HA~.~ ALL P~TERIALS IN PARTICIPATING LABORATORIES ~EFORE END FEB~b'ARY ALLOWING P~KING AND S~KING DURING MARCH WiTH RESULTS SENT TO ME 9Y ,3(~ MARCH. THE RESULTS {ANALYSED) QOULD BE REVIEWED AT MEETING QN 19 APRIL 1990. REGARDS • D J htACkE?#ZJE.@ 47726? BATRDD G .2_'E;Se>5 GALTOB G C:> ED C:D ....,.a Ox xO BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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J~ O O O CP, P~ O BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i iJiiiiiiii iii~i~¸¸
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Von der HaupWerwa/tung der B.A-T Cigaretterffabriken GmbH. Hm.,sa~,~r=~ ~hre.fe~e~ C~,iussee 1;]9. 2000 .Wambuz~ 50 Ko~ta~ Te~e~ 1O4Qi 8g~-0 re~ 21642~.~. Te~ela~ 104~) ag~24QO. Telegramm F~w~tan ~r9 Ko.~. Oresdner Ba~. ~amcur~! 3 G'0653. 8%/20000000. ~slo~,okoe~o. H,lmi~ 63691 '2(~. 8~.~~ ~J20 IC~20 AUt~Ch~GIZvOfM~e~er ~ V~Z~r Kk~Me~ Vors~r~ Ult~n ~tzer.~lsKze.,~r+ Pro# Dr+k~ E+~ Erf~w~ R,tz~'rshau~ $tel]v+~$,tzenqe, PnM (~" [bem~r~ ~',~lflef+ste~v ~r$~',Zer~Qe~. =:.~ ..+-: A.~'h,,~ 8~.A.T. 8anrenfelde, C~a~ssae 139. 2~ P~.',b,,~z9 50 Mr. H. F. Dymond British-American Tobacco Comp. Ltd. Fundamental Research Centre Regent's Park Road SOUTHAMPTON SO9 IPE England WKV-Pz/hm 2223 24th June, 1991 RYO - Standardization Dear Harry, As there was not sufficient time for a private discussion during the recent CORESTA-RYO meeting in D~sseldorf ~ once again like to comment some aspects of the R¥O-issue. When talking to members of the German ryo-industry (as you did on June 13th and 19th) you should keep in mind that BATCF holds about i0 % of the national ryo-market. As Erwin Kausch and myself (on beha!f of EK) coordinate all technical/scientific regulatory issues it is essential that we are informed about all relevant considerations. We are not only responsible to take into account strategies of our marketing departments but also we have to consider remarks from BATCF°s Legal and Corporate Affairs. Moreover as being a member company of the German RYO association, having the chair in an important (with respect to the ryo standardization issue) committee, and having a generally decsnt working relationship to the pure ryo- industry we have been and are approached by ryo-manufac- turers to explain our position. (As we did not have the detailed information, we obviously had to make a somewhat evasive answer.) - We already mentioned that virtually no new arguments or any unexpected points in the discussion o~ the CRYO-TF arose compared to that what we had in our DIN-committee years ago. So we know the arguments and the people involved. In order that BAT would benefit most this should be included and exploited. 0 0 0 P~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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Von der B.A-T Cigarettenfab.dken GmbH. The major objective in finding a solution for a technical smoking procedure to produce yields for RYO-products was set for BATCF not ~ harm any particular part of the tobacco industry and not to disadvantage any particular product. (The latter would especially hold for plain cigarettes.} Summarizing this it would be necessary that a BAT position and a Droposal for a RYO technical standard smoking procedure should be clearly defined. This would include declaration of yields, fall back positions, etc. It should be clear what BAT's position to the likely introduced Tar Predictor Method (again a discussion held in DIN 3 years ago) will be. Finally I like to mention the issue of the prefabricated ryo-rolls, which in fact has substantial marketing and financial significance° This area must be handled very cautiously. Having covered some major aspects of the ryo-issues I kindly ask you to keep us informed. If you feel additional information from BATCF would be appropriate please contact us. Regards, Sincerely, Dr. Erwin Kausch Dr. Dirk Pangritz c/ Dr. R.E. Thornton CD CD O~ ~O ~O BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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" 0 O ~BAT/ BRIT|SH,AMERICAN TOBACCO ~ COMPANY LIMITED \ FACSIMILE NO: 0784 448394 TO= ~4r H. Di m,,~o:acl COMPANY: FROM. DA~" NO. OF PAGES TO FOLLOW THIS HEADER FACSI~III~ NO. OF ~. DESTINATION : 19th June Iggl I ,+ 0 ~D ~Eco: 19. ~ 91 CCPy TO: CIFtC. TO: FIL~: ......... • eo...®.°. ,. ~,~.®,e,,=~e ",?~, ±~.3 ~r:SI I6, ~t:.. ~.. O C) O O', P,o L~ BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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o = '.o: To: R R ~xall E D Ox~rry DS~n FEom; D R Ha~ 17 June 1991 Gallahe r Ltd Rotes UK plc L~perial Tobacco Lid cc: P Bingham W C O~en ~AT TAC @ Tobacco Issues For your information I attach a letter written to the Eucopean Tobacco Manufacturers to set up a meeting o~. tar measurement as initiated by l~[ial and Gallaher. @ D R Bare Directo[, T~'ade Affairs elYC. .,:2, L•/,~ .~-:;:'~ [~ t~',c ~- CD 0 C~ P~3 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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J:7 ..... (R,ALLO Advisor/Council 17 ,~me 1991 A N Koorn E~:I Hiem,eyec SV Patersw~Idsew~g 43 t'ostbus 41 9700 AA Groningen Netherlands Q Q a, Tar ?'~a..gu['e~m'Tc lsmzes Zt has been sugg:st.'K] L'y ~ memters o~h,o have i~portant b~md coiling and pipe. tobacco inte:P.st$ that it would be. u~eful [£ we wece able to meet ~o disc~s in~ocmally the L~sue of tar measu[eme.nt t.-~/et/her with any othec ~.~tte:S on '~hich it ~'~ f~It art exchange GE views could be constructive. I am the¢~fo~e welting to i~'ite yGu as ' t'..~ccc. manufactur.~r.~ tc attend a meeting at TAC to dis,,~SS the~ te~s, ~e ~.~d ..~L~o be p]eased to w~ico~e rep~e~e~:~_ative ycur Men'of~ct~)re~s' Associations at this me.~.ting. TAC ~mbe~ present w~uld be f'~o~ L.~%~e~lal, c~%llaher ~md ~thm~ns. look ~o:~acd to hearing f~om )wu and onc~ we have ,!':,:r agceemen~ we wi!t make ,e¢:essa~ r- ~: "-~- a can.~,.r.~.,.~ /or a suiL~Lle date. D R Hate Directo[, ~:adc Affairs CC: Z "d U Flulter E.~I - .~cb~cco Zntern~t[e~l BY Dr R Eng~l'. - T~kfabriken G Gu~!e:f.~n Zsq - Orlik Tot~.~,:cn Cn A.K :--: . . E T:. • : ... 0 0 0 O~ f~o ~m BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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]B ~T B.A.T [U.K. and Export) Limited RESEARCH & OEVELOPMENT CENTRE Regent% Park Road Southampton SOg 1PE England Telephone: Soumampton ,i07031 782111 TeJex: 477269 Fax: 780332 Our Ref: PE-uD/ag 18 June 19~I D Pan~itz BAT Cigarettenfabrikem. Pos~ach 30 06 60 D-200 ~ 36 Dear Dirk Thank ycu for your letter cn Roll Your Own. First let me clari_~y BAT~s position. We are not necessarily supporting ~he Dutch vi~ in its =~.=_irety, but support the prh~.ciple of us~hY4 a tepee to express results. In fact, our main c~ecern is to produce_ a fair method by wDich we can label Roll Your Own products. We do not suvport the vi~4 ~hat it car, not be d~,e. L~ principle :~e are rz)t opposed to ot~her solutions but favcur the range because:- I. it m~mises ccmparison witl% n~nufactured ci,c~erettes 2. it can be 3ustified on "technical" 9rc~r~!s 3. It ~ likely to be. accep~le to ~ne regulators 4. The !cwer value could be used if the ~ decide to apply the tar- ce±ILng re%-'~lat/~ns to. Roll Your ~ pr-~ducts. r,£e met representatives frGm t.he Roll Your Own r~dust~z cn 13t/~ June in Coleqr, e. ~ .~et~ng lasted frcm 1800 hours to 2400 hours ar~] at biTeS, ,was even .~,~r~= diffic,lt ~qan =.he ~-.~RS~"EA meetir~. ~.n~ x~presentetives of Couwe Eqberts ~e~_-e ~nciliato~z a,-~ prep_red to ;take progress but Gunther Hill of Ni~eyer, C~rmany, was particularly cbstinate ar~ wantinq to ta/<e t_he view t~,at ,no methcd could or ~uld be developed, A A,%embet of :l~e S A T fndustne~ Group Reg(t. OH;ce P O 90~, 482 Westm:nsl:er House. 7 Mdl~ank. LOndon SW'~P 3J~ ince.toorated ,n LondOn %O 2]9762 4~ CD C:D O O', O', BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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5hwever, he "was .zer~"~aded eventual'-F t/-..ac .~his ,,'as net a viable cg[icn an] t~'et '.~ ~°culi .-~£ he ~.~rt~d by_ ti~e c±qare~-a ..,-e.nufac~4rars or L-/ee~_d by all of ~_he .~x)ll Ycur C%~ro m~rs. .After many ~ur~, Z-.e follcmir~ cpC±cns we~'& ~cut fom~arl and discasse~: - . ~rlopt a starfard ~cedure to give a ~!ue cf ~-.~u: 15 ~ for cart_ =_nt product~ 2. Rar, ge cf val,4es 3. ~n~u_-age :~t~cra! s~=~arJards r~t Lnter2a~io~el. st~2;Cards 4. ~uote ~baczc measur~-~ents 5. ;As Gp.~-'-'cn i, but ,~ote values in units otlner t~u~ ,~E 6. ~rint stazaT..~t on pad~eCs to ~e effeet "Ciqarettes :,~de from ~his ~Lx/uct ~il! produce r=_r arm ricotLqe vai'aes sLaila_r tc manufact-~r~=d -.laLn cigarettes" 7. FL~ a med-od to ~cpr?ss result_-- wb±ch was sT.~-cific for Rcll vcur ~m produc~s ~. Rejecz =_i! ~.~cssibili;:ies. E~berz_s favcur_~ 7 (~er.~os ~mhine:~ ~it/', 2) ar~ stated_ C-at ~;ey ,-;ere ve~, arxic'cs to m~'cid any ~.~Qression ,3f _~su!ts whic/< ~r-;olve~ -~6". At ZI-e ccnc-uslcr, cf ~e ..7~e._ti:~4 it ,~as .~g'ree~ to ~"~r.erise C:e .~ositicn ~ feii~-,s. '-q%e Rcll Your ~.~,,~. :~pr~sencatives ~_r~ willing ,~o 9Lye up _he arg~-en~ t~nat "no mea~r~_:ent is possible". T?eF .-'--~e also willL-.c to concede at_~ ve~, ccroce~:ei ~;_z-oet quotinc zc yia!is =-~ ~zch zcr-_-e :-c -~ 0 0 0 BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001 i iiJiiiiiiii iii~ii¸
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Finally, it was a~cr~e--~ ~-~et all ~-esem~t ~ald:- I. Cor~f£rm t.heir c-.~%~cany's view on th-~s statement 2. if t/~ey disagr:-e - cc[~e fo~:/ard wit/~ a ne~ position 3. FL~duce ideas fcr ~e~ ~et.hods. :~e agreed to ;~eet acain on '~=xine~day 1 ~n June i 991 look fc~;laxd to r~__tL-,q ycu Ln ~-~usseldorf. Yours sincerely • /' =2 .f H F D D~d CD CD O Oo BATCo document for Legal Services • Health Canada 28 February 2001
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<~,+" I. 3o RYO Task Force Discussion 13 June 19gi What has the Task Force achieved ? a) Terms of Reference b) Va/idity of Science c) Ability to repot= on tec~mical issues Wha= else should be done ? - Could be done ? a) Tens of Reference - habits - Factors affec¢ing yields - comments on methods b) New Terms of Reference c) ?urther Technical work ~a~ ace the criteria for selection of any s~ndard ? a} Nation~hl/International - integzatlon of pr~c=ices ? b) Criteria for selection of an FCSA model c} Criteria for smoking Possibles - ability to rarLk tobacco - ability to r~ulk papers Wha~ does the consumer w~u%=/need ? What does the legislater w~nt/need 7 ~ha~ can/should be done wi~h the cuTrent BY0 ~ report ? a) Submit to CORESTA SSG as TCR 2 only - follow with separate 1 and - inte~TaEe as one repot= before issue b) Complete first then issue as one re~rt PASbaelG£L.2 LO June 1991 0 0 CD m_ BATCo document for Legal Services " Health Canada 28 February 2001

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