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in the Matter of P. Lorillard Company Special Report File No. 662 3108

Date: 20 Apr 1967
Length: 320 pages
80620468-80620787
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Grant, P.R.
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Foster D Snell
Ftc, Federal Trade Commission
Grey Advertising
Hri, Health Research Inst, Roswell Park
Lennen Newell
Ny Dept of Health
Foote, Foote, Cone and Belding
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Grant, P.R.
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Ftc, Federal Trade Commission
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UN'ITED STATES OF AMERICA BEFORE FEDERAL TRADE CO~E,'iISS'ION ) In the Matter of ) ) ) ) .\ FILE N6. 662 3103' SPECIAL REPORT ' P. LOP.I LLARD C OM:P A,.~TY The following is filed in response to the Commis- sion~'s -Special Report Order directed to P. Lorillard Company, dated March 17, 1967. Item: Philip R. Grant, Vice President and General Counsel, P. Lorillard Corlpany, 200 East 42nd Street, New York, New York 10017. 11 Item 2. The subscriber to youx report is to give his full name and business address and to state his official capacity. in calendar year 1966, report the brandnam`, type (i.e., regular, filter_, menthol, etc. ); length of cigarette in millimeters, and' length of fr lter and overwrap in millimeters. For each cigarette manufactured and sold by you See Attachment "A" for each brand anditype of cigarettes. 1963 through 1966. Report the same information Report total cicza.rette sales by number and dollar volume by yearr and! by 'r.ionth for thc: calendar years
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2 See Attachment "B" Item 4. Report the folloc•3i ng information ona calendar or program year basis for each year from 19G3 through 1966. a. Total d'ollar expenditure for domestic advertisingi of cigarettes on all media including direct promotions ; b. The same information for each brand of cigiarettes ; c. Total dollar e::pendli ture in each of the folllo-viing med'i a: te levis ion, radio, net•zspaper, magazine, direct promotions, and other media; d. Dollar expenditure for domestic adves- tising of each brand of cigarette in each of the media enumerated in subsectionic. See Attachme nt "C " Item15. Report the names and addresses of all testing laboratories which have at your request conducted tests for "tar" and' nicotine content on any of your brands of cigarettes during the past six months. Foster D. Snell, Inc. 29 West 15th Street New York, Z1ew York 10011 Item 6. Furnish copies of reports of all such tests, in- clud-iing in eachireport the following items : a. The brand, of each cigarette tested; b. A detailed' descriptioniof the testing method or methods employed; c. The butt--length to which each cigarette was smoked;
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3 di. vin.ether- tests results are reported on a °wet,l or "dry" bas is ; e. The number of cig,arettes smolKed in~ the test procedure ; f. The method of collecting the sample and the amount arid! extent of the sample fr= which~ the smoked cigarettes were drawn. See Attachment "D" Item 7. Furnish copies of reports of all tests for "tar" and nicotine content conducted in your own laborai.ories during the past yea-r. . Include in each report the same items as requested in Item~6 above. See Attachment "E" Item 8. Report any other additional tests, studies, data or information upon which you have relied to support any claims or statements in advertising or on~the cigarette package relating to "tar" and nicotiine content of a particular cigarette. During the period September-October 1966, in the advertising of True cigarettes, Lorillard used tar andi nicotine figures derived from published test results of the Roswell Park Memorial Institute of the New York State Department of Health. These tests showed "tar" content of 16.9 milligrams and nicotine conr- tent of 0.79 milligrams. T,ti'hile it appeared m that sampling and methodology employediby 0 N O o
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Roswell Far]y di ffered froi-ci that employed in Lorilla?-d's laboratory (ior example, it appeared that Roowell Park purchased test cigarettes from a single retail outlet and made no correction for moisture in its final figures), Lorillardconcluded that the Ros- well Park figures should be usedin adver- tising during thi s period which contained implicit references to the Roswell Par}, study. Item 9. Furnish representative samples of all advertising for each brand and type of cigarette disseminated during the past year. See Attachment "F" Item 10. Report the names and addresses of all advertising agencies which have participated in the preparation and/or placing! publication oL said advertising copy with an expl anation of the nature andlextent of such participation. Grey Advertising, Inc. Kent 777 Third Avenue Spring, New York, New York 10017 old'. Gold Filters Lennen & Newell, Inc. 380 P•Iadison Avenue Newport New York, New York 10017 Foote, Cone & Belding 200 Park Avenue True New York, P:ewYork 10017 [Danville J
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5 These c!C~enc7 es p airtlclpu't,et3i n n the pZepc3r`''" ioT1, production and'placevnent of advertising of the named brands. All advertising is reviewed and app'roved by P'. Lorillard Company before its release for placement imivarious media. P . LORILLARD: COi-IP''~I1'Y ~ April 20, 1967
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STATE OF N.EEtl YOPu: ) ) SS. COUYI?'Y OF i:ZGT YO"t:I: ) Philip R. G_ant, being,first duly sworn, says that he is Vice Presid°nt and General Counsel of P. Lorillard Company and declares tha'c the accompanying responses of P. Lo'rillard Co-aipany to questions propounded in the Federal Tradz Commission's Special Report Order No. 662 3108, authorized under a Commission resolution dated June 27, 1966, entitled "R'esolution Directing an Investigation of Acts amd' Practices involved in the manu- facture, Advertising, Sale or Shipment of Cigarettes," have been prepared at his direction and undor his general supervision. The' responses are based upon information and documentairy materials compiled and furnished by officers and employees of P. Lorillard Company from the books and records of P. Lorillard Company and, where not within his direct personal knowledge, are believed by him to be true and correct. These materials are sulDmitted, to the Commission pursuant to the investi gative authority grainted it under Section, 6 of the Federal Trade Conxliission Act and the Commission's General Proccd:.lre's Sub-nari. D - Investigations,
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C Sect i on 1.39. . Iia~ so doing, P. Lorillard Company does not conced` the appropriateness of their use for any purpose other than in aid of the aforementionedlinvesti- gation, nor does it waive its rights to object to their use in connection with any future adjudicative process of the Commission or for any other purpose. Materials submitted herein, in response to Items 3 and 4, are considered by P. Lorillard Company to constitute trade secrets and otherwise to contain con- fidential information the public release of which would' cause serious competitive injury and prejudice to P. Lorillard Company. Accordingly, they are submitted herein with the request that they be accorded fully the pro- tections of Sections 6 and 10 of the Federal Trade Com*nission Act and!of Section~ 1.133 of the Commission's General procedures. Subscribed an~l sworn to before me this day of April, 1967. c/Notary Public My commission e xpires EI.IZ/kBE=T'H M. LAt1C }1ot~rY Pu5•ie Sta;e cf r:ew, Yor/, !N~. 41 7,:15 t2C;cnty Qu_:il:cd C1:r4: Certificate 1963 N~orc4 3~. jerm E~qi~cs
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P. LORILLARD COI4PANY CIGARETTES MANUFACTURED AND SOLD iN 1966 BRAND Old'Gold Straight Old Gold Straight York* Embassy He lmar Duncan** Murad Kent, Plain Kent, Plain Kent, Plain Old Gold, Plain Danville, Plain** Danville, Menthol Newport, Menthol Newport, Menthol Newport, Menthol Spring, Menthol*^x True, Plain True, Menthol CIGARETTE FILTER TYPE LENGTH LENGTH mm~ mr,~. Regular 70 Regular 85 Regular 85 70 85 70 Filter ( 80)15 Filter 80 17 Filter 85 20 Filter ~` 85 20 Filter 85 20 Filter 85 20 ., e Filter 80 17 Filter 85 17 Filter - 85 20 Filter 85 20 Filter 85 Filter 85 i *Replaced by 100 mm. plain filter - 1967 "Discontinued ***Replaced by 100 mm. menthol filter - 1967 :5.~'i. .. . . 20 20 OVE1iti'TRAP mm. 19 21.5 24 24 24 24 21.5 21.5 24 24 30 30
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P. LDIZ1.~LLARD COri-PtiNY TOTAL DOT•iEST1C CIGiVLTTL' SALES (M ) 1963 Unit Volume Gross Dollars January 3,933,587 35,381,009 February 4,054,755 36,458,716 March 4,503,707 410, 503, 743 -AQril 4,141,515 37,252,235 May 4,865,877 43,813,168 June 4, 44•7, 251 40,-067,170 July 4,700,063 42,330,620 August 4,819,675 43,394,751 September 4,261,798 38,358,83'6 October 4,482,571 40,403,070 November 4,445,870 ' 40,027,519 Drcemb2r 4,688, 685 42,228,214_ 1963 TOTAL 53,345,319 480,219,051 1964 Unit Volume Gross Dollars January February March April May Ju ne July August September Octobe r Nove mber December 3,212,032 2,905,693 3,839,266 3,926,745 3,860,345 4,388,233 '4,338,848 4,127,919 4,280,915 3,689,382 4,024,521 ' 4,296,401 28, 94'8, 335 26,192,951 34,577,185 35,370,4'21 34,781,563 39,682,549 39,088,251 37,169,274 38,543,236_ 33,245,217' 36,273,094 38,710,5~'r0 1964 TOTAL 46,892,311 422,532,616
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P . LORZLLAIRD CO~d.nANY TOTA.L DOMESTIC CZGARETTE SALES (M ) 1965 Unit Volume Gross Dollars January 3,384,066 30,509,487 February 3,415,616 30,903,347 ma rcM 4,078,671 36,809,739 April 4,148,437 37,874,369 May 3,610,861 33,723,432 June 4,255,195 38,283,684 July 4,075,793 36, 7-07, 903 August 4,11.0', 566 37,036,666 September 3,903,219 35,307,516 October 3,652,351 33,034,912 Novembe r 4,093,780 36,887,692 December 4,218,992 38, 017L655 1965 TOTAL 46,947,505 425,096,402 1966 January February March April May June July August September October .Nover,iber December 1966 TOTAL Unit Volume Gross Dollars 3,270,058 29,475,242 3,516,715 .31,763,693' 4,291,309 38,754,222 3,374,640 31,071,168 4, 028, 81.8 37,096,404 4,276,765 39,467,747 3,820,165 35,180,618 4,262,801 39,340,869 4,329,930 39,^oS8,279 - 4,273,443 39,360,068 4,702,550 43,316,616 4,509,752 41,552,272 __ 48,656,951 446,267,198
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P. LJRi LL7;.T2D COY; ALVY KENT SFT_a~-S (I4) DOi°lES`'!':L'C 1963 Unit Vo? ume Dollars January 2,594,419 23,359,545 February 2,695,253 24,263,519 March ' 2,698,238 26,094,035 April 2,682,812 24,151, .049 May 3,165,242 28,502,343 June 2,856,128 25, 719, 207 Ju ly 3,123,139 28,113,378 August 3,141,748 28,279,476 septembar 2,826,504 25,437,975 Octobe r 2,975,353 26, 794, 519 November 2,926,008 26,334,707 December 3,088,090 27,799,391 1963 TOTAL, 34, 972, 934' 314,849,144 1964 Uni t Volume Dollars January 2,149,575 19,351,372 February 1, 933, 0~'~0 17,410,898 March 2,501,536 22,516,259 .April 2,619 659 030 23 588 May , 2,568,908' , , 23,130,484 June 2, $54, 384 25,772,611 July 2,886,385 25,987,744 August 2,766,911 24, 911,442 September 2,807,944 25,274,178 October 2,446,313 22,028,482 Nove mber 2,664,218 24, 000, 478 De ce mbe r 2,862_,784 25,775,271 1964 TOTT-~T, 31,061,657
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P . LORl;LLAItD C©i,iL'hNY KENT SIULE8 (T+L') DilI•IEST IC 1965 Unit Volume January 2,208,008 February 2,263,764 ma-rch 2,665,240 April 2,732,280 May 2,313,707 June 2,757,443 3 July 2,605,577 August 2, 688, 18'5 September 2,523,855 October 2,370,130 November 2,654,687 ' IIa ceinber 2,755,212 1965 TOTAL .30,538,088 1966 Unit Volume Janua ry 2,158, 219 February 2,318,770 ' March .2,790,774 April 2,194,477 May 2,614,615 Ju ne 2,755,391 July 2,455,520 August 2,757,777 Septembe r 2,571,194 October 2,509,120 No vember 2,608',622 Da cembe r 2f 660, 322 1966 TOTAL 30,394,805 Dolia-rs 19,886,343 20,473,895 24, 022, 415 24,931,716 21, 620, 27'0 24, 78'2, 924 23,445,005 24, 203, 174 22, 831, 164 21,422, 792 23,909,175 24,813,565 276, 34'2, 438 Dollars 19,426,548 20,888,594 25, 181, 029 20,180,048' 24,069,789 25,422,564 22,599~,314 25,425,802 23,670,122 23,097,253 '24,016,260 24,501,363 278,478,686
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P. LORILLARD COMPANY LO;r1ITI, ST IC OLD GOL+ STRAzGHTS St"lLI'S (I-1) C 1963 Unit VoltLne Dollars January 171,795 1,508,796 February 164,066 1,433,983 March 191,392 1,675,990 April 183,989 1,620,089 May 221,131 1,971,397 June 185,591 1,676,945 Ju ].y 200,598 1,809,362 August 194,110 1,747,466 September 173,449 1,554,812 Oc i:ober 179,020 1,622,354 November 176,136 1,585,156 December 197,792 1,783,573 1963 TOTAL 2,239,069 19, 989, 923 1964 Unit Volume Dollars January 117,869 1,068,904 February 98,356 888,175 March 138,602 1,246,673 April 13 8', 3 41 1,259,695 March 134,399 1,219,726 June 157,748 1,436,893 July 157,695 1,428,307 August 143,673 1,291,231 September 155,346 1,397,264 October 123,686 1,121,784 Novenib e r 133,149 1,204,477 December 140,798 1,276,783 1964 TOTAL 1,639,662 14,839,912 (D d
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P. LORILLAP.ll COMPA11Y OLD G.OLD D!D:,iDST 1C STRAYGHTS_ SFjXS I1i 1965 Unit Volume Dollars January 117,976 1,073,623 February 103,581 954,117 March 122,995 1,128,767 April 123,587 1,131,408 May 118,166 1,074,742 June 135,344 1,226,682 July 130,, 017 1,176,836 Augu st 129,218 1,166,569 September 119,295 1,020,329 October 108,919 993,003 November 118,495 1, 075,470 December 123,119 1,114,558 1965 TOTAL 1,450,716 13,196,104 1966 Uni t Volume Dollars January 89,536 820,195 February 91,277 839,749 March 118,551 1,077,032 April 86,360 808,578 May 101,010 931,774 June 115,515 1,076,976 July 101,737' 941,679 August 106,592 989,098 September 95,361 887,467 October 82,530 768,952 November 90,087 838,006 December 90,140 840,941 1966 TOT~~L 1,168,698 10,820,447
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P. LOCP.ILLA.-'•:D CQ:-L1:27Y DJMF ST TC OLD GJr D FILTERS St.:TsE'S (I•i )~ 1963 Unit volum° Dollars January 363,262 3,275,508 February 371,840 3,350,620 Ma rch 431, 659 3,894,636 April 4041, 9 7 0 3,650,858 May 476,757 4,302,198 June 445,952 4,025,244 July 470,'510 4.,243,170 Augus 't 45~'_-', 312 4,093,818 Septer.ibe r 392,379 3,534,908 October 414,639 3,743,180 NovertbBr 409,125 3,686,900 Drcernbe r 434,776 3,921,612 1963 TOTrL 5,070,181 45,722,652 ` 1964 Unit voluine Dollars January 281, 096 2,536,149 February 244,146 2,204,494 March 329,731 2,972,725 April 331,524 2, 994!, 285 May 338,442 2,963,766 June 381,929 3,497,406 July 386, 440 3,485,951 August 354,081 3,192,144, September 365,69.7 3,297,762 Octobe r 325,953 2,941,203 Nove=1 er 342,231 3,088,792 ' December 356,_933 3,219,421 1964 TOTA.L 4,028,203 36,394,098
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P. LOP.TLL,~~RD COILti:.~ANY DOMESTIC OLD GOLD FILTERS SALES (!,T) 1965 Unit Volumv Dollars January February 301,318 284,925 2, 719, 5-042,576,074 Ma rcb 352,4-68 3,186,244 April 315,706 2,886,319 May 383,094 3,590,610 June 399,971 3,609,944 July 369,768 3, 336, 54-2 August 385,776 3,485,061 Septe mber 392,515 3,547,143 Octobar 339,719 3,076,123 Novembe r 383',719 3,464,624 December 393,172 3, 5~!•9, 001 1965 TOTAL 4,302,153 39,027,089 1966 Unit Volume Dollars January 305,858 2,766,492 February 327,898 2,957',709 March 408,049 3,693,134 r',pril 323, 276 2,982,526 May 391,473 3,612,537 June 421,967 3,892,536 July 366,641 3,380,823 August 403, 52.3 3,741,934 Septembe r 361,830 3,338,064 October 322,078 2,971,919 November 343,414 3,168,319 December 338, 066 3,120, 597 1966 TOTAL 4,314,076 39,626,590
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` P o LORITTrLRRU COi$P.MY LOiIESTIC I`~~~1'7?0;:T _ tizIIES (TT 1963 Unit Volumc January 637,433 February 657,347' March 774,435 April 693,721 May 811,583 Ju ne 726, 442' July 747,531 . August 718,453 September 655,979 Octoba- r 696,338 November 694,576 De cembe r 723,120 1963 TOTAL 8,536,958 C 1964 Unit Volume January 499,005 February 473,888 March 620,833 April 643,452 May 640,662 June 718,389 July 745,510 August 699,972 Septerwber 750,927 October 636,565 Novemb-p r 707,158 December 754,653 1964 TOTAL 7,891,014 Dclla-rs. 5,738,123 5,916,858 6,970,231 6,243,533 7,306,786 6,538,959 6,730,438 ' 6,465,206 5;904,117 6,271,358 6,251,539 6,511,128 76,848,276 Dollars 4,492,925 4,267,172 5,588,777 5,793,777 5,768,792 6,483,756 6,711,768 6,300,652 6,758,693 5,732,534 6,370,094 6,795,864 71,064,804
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` P. LORILLARD COr'•7PA•.NY I30IdFSTIC NfFWPOT'cT SWt;S' (M') 1965 Unit Volume Dollars January 597,535 5,381,933 February 619,380 5,579,053 March 759,259 61842,474 April 781,751 7,132,097 N;ay 639,5991 5,974,626 June 775,413 6,969,308 July 797,991 7,184,531 August 734,570 6,615,973 September 707,806 6,387,347 Ocicobe r 684,565 6,186,931 November 773,025 6,951,080 December 7794766 7 , 020, 517 1965 TOTAL 8,650,615 78,225,870 1966 Unit Volume Dollars January 590,944 5,317,926 February 641,324 5,817,690 March 805,312 7,269,369 April 615,859 5,663,423 May 751,303 6,910,879 June 805,913 7,423,812 July 711,932 6,550,925 August 788,008 7,268,531 September 723,273 _ 6,658,498 Octobe r 680~, 4'61 6,261,084 Novembe r 726,296 6,686,978 Decenmber 715,288 ' 6,583,658 1966 TOTAL 8,555,919 78,412,773
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p , I,ORT_LI;ARD CO:IP~SJY DO:-?E ST3C SPRING ShLbES (n) 1963 Unit Volur,e Dollars January 74,491 .672, 33]: February 79,583 717,791 March 102,152 921,212 April 85,200 768,680 i,lay 100, 089~ 903, 3413 Jun° 14,0, 263 1,264,446 July 67,383 608',542 August 219,677 1,979,706 Septc~~~bar 135,155 1,217,359 October 135,610 1,228,282 Novembar 159,918 1,4,41,473 Dece[r~ber ].62,470 1.464,042 1963 TOTAL 1,461,991 13,187,207' ~ 1964 Unit Volume Dollars January 115,166 1,038,228 February 113,286 1,021,306 Ma Ych 143,613 1,293,509 April 140,9'91 1,270,923 May 131,894 1,190,596 June 214,508 1,935,379 July 101,722 918 , -23-6- August 100,388 976,179 Septecnbe r 141,068 1,271,406 OcLob-- r 111,930 1,010,435 Nove. m.bz r 127,208 1,148,079 December 129,821 1, 171,_238 1964 TOTAL 1,579,592 14,245,508
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P . LORILLARD CC~i,IP.iai1Y T.~'JI>IES`1' YC SPRING SKLi:S (1-1) 1965 Unit Vo1ume Dollars January 115,121 1, 040, 633 February 107,008 970,969 Ma •rch 135,418 1,225,622 April 151,828 1,390,211 May 11.8,00,9 1,107,540 June 143,674 1,294,757 Jti ly 132,289 1,194,233 August 133,523 1,204,934 ' September 125, 004 1,135,38'9~ October 117,438 1,061,663 Noveub4 r 130,345 1,175,714 Dece mbe r 134,938 1,216,996: 1965 TOTAi, 1,544,637 14,018,661 ~ 1966 Unit Volume vollars January 101,299 915,956 February 112,367 1,021,488 March 137,283 1,242,406 April 105,629 975,016 May 123,929 1,138,298 June . 131,174 1,211,438 July 114,299 1,054,675 August 12'4,315 1,147, 44-8-- September 112,237 1,036,850 October 99,173' 916,14~3 Novembe r 109,635 1,012,038 December 103, 985 960, 676 1966 TOTAL 1,375,349 _, ' 12,632,432
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P. LOF+t'Z'LLARD CO:•IPALvY L„J.iEST IC YO>;K SALES (t-i) Isnpe= i a1 &I:inca, S i ce ` C 1963 Unit Voluane Dollars January 90,370 806,883 February 85,146 759,673 March 104,045 927,936 April 89,168 799,936 May 89,243 806,553 June 91,090 822,545 July 88,932 804,148 August 89,669 809,539 September 76,797 692,852 October 79,972 725,177 November 78 704 711 718 December , 80,915 , 731,991 1963 TOTAL 1,044,051 9,398,951 1964 Unit Volume Dollars January 49,001 444,954 February, 42,656 387,156 March 4,5 , 3 98 423,243 April 42,265 374,792 May 44,795 410,031 June 48,457 442,469 July 49,289 449,723 August 45,167 409,293 September 48,539 440,118 October 35,784 326,980 November 42,593 388,442 December 44,686 408, 972 1964 TOTAL 538,630 4,906,173 0
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P. LORILLINRD COi•fiPANY D02Ir5T?"C YORK SALEB' (1-I) ZmPerial & Ki»y SizP ( 1965 Unit 4olurne Dollars JJanuary 42,082 386,294 February 35,948 8 337,152 March 42,229 391,833 April 42, 2~'.3 390,363 May 37,201 343,756 June 42,172 386,808 July 38,941 357,163 August 36,485 332,819 September 33,359 311,009 October 30,226 279,707 November 31,021 284, 4,91 Deceri-tber 31,567 288,84~5 1965 TOTAL 443,4,73 4,090,240 1966 Unit Volume Dollars January 23,126 215,885 February 23,828 224,424 March 28,657 264,304 Apr i l, 21,364 204,407 21 656 20~ 518 May , , June 23,393 222,708 July 21,218 201,141 August 19,986 190,026 September 18,793 179,132 October 14,686 141,227 November 14,331 138,236 December 14,013 136,422 1966 TOTAL 2415,053 2,320,430
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P . LOR?"LLERD CO.',Il'':':I,',,Y D,12.Ei^i iC YOP'.K' CP3.ARCO.T\-L F l I,TEa2 SALE S (i•I ) 1964- Uni t Vo3.uma Dollar March 56,275 521,913 ~!.pril 9,212 73,828 May 9, 93f 8-11, 094 June 11,544 99, 2~'r4 July 10,379 90,431 August 8,541 75,135 September 9,978 87,937 October 7,792 68,366 Novernber 6,695 58,584 D-- caLiLbe r 5,407 47, 954- 1964 TOTAL 137,763 1,207,486 1965 Unit Vo1ume Dollar January 872 S, 084 February -8 432 Ma rch -6 -58 Avril -11 -102 May -5 -50 June July August September October Novemba r Dece inba r 1965 TOTAL 840 8,306
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P. LORS.LLAP.D COMPAN17 DO:I'ESTTC TOTi.1L DLTCICi.-ihl SALES (P~-!} 1965 Unit- Volume Dollars August 1,500 13,504 September 192 1,728 ' October 180 1,620 November 1,386 14,628 December 96 1,296 1965 3,354 32,776 C 1966 Unit Volume ' Dollars January -19 -166 February 252 2,263 March -48 -432 April -48 -432 rlay -110 -995 June 59 • 538 1966 TOTAL 86 - - 781 N 0 ~ co _w
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P. L0P,1LL !1,?.D CO:iPPNY D0M7 ; S T"1C DANVILLE L'.S LTER SOLr,'S (M) 1966 Unit Volur«e Dollar March 1,704 15,677 April 4,685 43,109 NUay 14,946 137,503 June 6,738 61,908 July 6,183 56,924 August 5,712 52,514 Septembrr 1,856 17,702 OczobLr 786 7,710 November 603 7,143 December 739 7,234, 1966 TOTAL 43,954 407,534
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P 0 3-:-JRIJp'~'MI liv1. •iPESJT yC 1966 Unii-- Vol«me Do11 ars July 252 2,318 Augus t 1,74-0 16,008 Septev.ibs r 4,32 3,975 Octob3r 144 1,325 Noveaar3r 84• 1,214 Js:. (:.y rli .he r 228 .2,098 1966 TOTAL 2,880 26,936
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P . LOI{tTr LARD C0i•I?'AN'Y DCUMB'ST TC TRUE F1.iNER SALES (ti) 1966 Unit Voltt:r.e Dollar April 21,960 202, 031 May 8,933 82,186 June 15,522 142,785 July 41,217 379,256 August 53, 293 490,150 September 414!, 210 3,811,012 October 434,973 4,000,965 November 570,473 5,24'7,246 December 414,Q:93 3,810,769 1966 TOTAr 1,975,082 18,166,400 , s t ~'%-~ :: L::.
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P . iORIL.LAI:O COMIPANY M-1ES T IC TRUE T1EIJTHrJL SALES (Is't) 1966 Unit Volum: Dollars August 792 7,287 SLPfembar 29,664 273,213 Octob°r 128,542 1,182,386 IrTovembar 237, 974, 2,188,919 Mce-mbe r 171,508 1,576,7~?-3 1966 TOTAL 568,480 5,228,54-8
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P. LaRILLAI"~ Ccr•?PANY DO:,I1ES^1 "fC SALES EK2 3ASSY i41) 1963 Unit Voltune Dollars January 404 3,898 February 446 4,316 March 470 4,, 5 92 April 332 3,329 May 375 3,755 June 499 4,779 July 465 4,684 Auc3u si-. 407 3,798 September 380 3,501 October 409 4,014 Noveraber 317 2,967 December 363 3,74_4 1963 TOTAL 4,867 47,377 1964 Unit Volume Dollars January 320 3,168 February. 321 2,970 RMarch 303 2,880 April 272 3,078 May 327 3,331 .June 319 3,114 July 302 2,997 August 269 2,538' .September 361 3,547 October 327 3,276 November 271 2,561 December 238 2,447 1964 TOTAL 3,630 35,907 «a c
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P. LOPILLARD COMPANY D'JINES i IC SAL,F S E2,1hASSY (I1)-- ---- - 1965 Unit Volume Dollars January 231 2,367 February 214 2,313 March 156 1,944 April 229 2,701 May 191 1,960 June 223 2,142 July 267 2,54.7 August 258 2,448 September 220 2,106 October 307 2,970 November 149 1,512 December 148 1,557 1965 TOTAL 2,595 26,567 ~ 1966 Unit Volume Dollars January 185 1,847 February. 180 1,737 March 164 1,637 April 151 1,582 May 158 1,509 June 185 1,886 July 129 1,592 August 181 1,785 September 150 1,506 October 141 1,518 November 140~ 1,435 December 75 994 . 1966 TOTAL 1,843 19 028 . O .,. ~ ` ~.. ~ ~ ;"
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P. LOR1LLARD COMPANY Do.4EsTzC ~ HELMAR SALES (M) 1963 Unit Volurae Dollars January 1,226 13,229 February 889 9,568 March 1,110 11,950 April 1,161 12,492 May 1,176 12,815 June 1,093 12,219 July 1,261 14,059 August 1,108 12,337 September 991 11,005 October 1,093 12,226 November 931 10,407 December 918 10,168 1963 TOTAL 12,957 142,475 i 1964 Unit Volume Dollars January 88'6 9,863 February, 767 8,495 March 842 9,375 April 849 9,457 May 764 8,531 June 879 9,795 July 957 10,667 August 752 8,356 September 891 9,979 October 835 9,335 November 849 9,462 December 921 10,294 1964 TOTAL 10,194 113,609 `
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P. L0R?'LLARD COMPt-~NY DOMESTTC HDTIt4AR SALES' (M) 1965 Unit Volume Dollars January 757 8, 474' February 692 7,701 2+Iarch 809 9,000 April 669 7,450 May 717 7,979 June 808 9,036 July 799 8,924 August 891 9,885 September 814 9,058 October 716 7,982 Novercmber 810 9,002 December 818 9,122 1965 TOTAL 9,305 103,613 1966 Unit Volume Dollars January 7 67 8,554 February 665 8,012 March 711 7,983 Apr i 1 751 8,416 May 740 8,107 June 747 8,332 July 869 9,675 August 714 7,932 September 756 8,352 October 638' 7,100 November 761 8,476 December 748 8,358 1966 TOTAL 8,873 99,297 m- t~. C ~ . 0
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P. LORs?jL:ARD COi4PT~ivY D,0MES` f"•-CC T-lt1Pl~1D SIA7~T,',S (fyl) 1963 Unit Volume Dollars January 187 2,696 February 178 2,388 March 228 3,161 April 164 2,269 May 283 3,978 June 196 2,826 July 199 2,839 August 242 3,405 SeptembLr 165 2,307 October 138 1,960 November 187 2,652 December 179 2, 565 1963 TOTAL 2',346 33,046 ~ 1964 Unit Volume Dollars January 196 2,772 February 157 2,285 March 130 1,831 Apr il 180 2,556 May 156 2,212 Ju ne 133 1,882 July 170 2,433 •August 154 2,304 September 167 2,352 October 195 2,822 November 149 2,125 December 157 2,296 1964 TOTAL 1,944 27,870
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P. LOR?'LL7aRD COI-IPA'I'JY DOINEST'IC MUi2P?a SI'1L,ES (i-;) 1965 Unit iiolu.i:e January 159 February 112 March 102 April 156 May 142 June 145 July 143 August 160 September 159 October 147 November 140 December 153' 1965 TOTAL 1,718 1966 Unit Volume January 137 February 130 March 147 April 172 May 160 June 155 July 163 August 164 September 170 October 175 Novernbe r 162 December 171 1966 TOTAL 1,906 Dollars 2,332 1,641 1,493 2,206 1,999 2,083 2,122 2,299 2,243 2,121 1,996 2,198 24,738 Dollars 2,005 2,022 2,083 2,464 2,299 -2,184 2,296 2,324 2,386 2,486 2,346 2,419
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P. LORILLARD COMPANY ADVERTISING B)TBNDTTURES BY MELiIA BY BRAND 1963 Ke nt Old Gold Sf:rai.ghts Old Gold Filters Newport Spring Yo rk TOTAL Maga4inees 2,953,737 284,075 12,442 1,601,271 12,591 622,626 5,486,742 1`etaspape rs 2,647,243 6,227 6,227 79,716 19,009 232,670 2,991,092 Billboards 363,986 962 962 721,882 962 10,903 1,099,657 Radio 1,252,638 67,528 1,271,190 427,688 88,675 3,107,719 Television 9, 720, 8€?0 372,328 3,941,804 6,682,654 .1,852,459 816,913 23,387,038 Car Cards 147,2G0 160,116 307,376 mi s c .. 22,141 3,494 111,943 22,899 21,939 3,010 185,426 publicity 1,902 60,877 (306) 62,473 Direct P romotion ~ 648, 821, 107,701 276,043 3,210 103,459 1,139,234 (sampling) TOTAL 17, 758,608 667,086 4,248,607 10,815,771 2,398,735 1,877,950 37,766,757 1964 Magazines Newspapers Billboards Radio Television Car Cards hiisc. Publicity Direct Promotion (sampling) . TOTA,L Ke nt Old Gald Straights Old Gold Filters Newport 2,888,078 10,936 10,868 1,719,364 1,903,560 2,820 8,375 .18,321 477,761 961 961 588,143 2,032,198 55,160 1,337,967 10,131,747 (858) 2,897,959 5,758,014 154,202 212,229 34,598 2,525 121,103 5,179 3,125 644,245 17,568 208,558_ 18, 266, 389 16,384 3,111,994' 9,850,900 Spring York TOT11L 10,795 468,018 5,108,059 8,375 215,342 2,156,793 961 961 1,069,748 22,385 120,623 3,568,333 2,671,328 520,255 _ 27.., 978, 445 366,431 (4,059) 2,090 161,436 56,389 59,514 4,620 29,559 904, 55'0 2;770,794 1,356,848 35,373,309
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^ P. LORIL....i1tD COMPANY ATJVERTISING EXPENDITURES BY MEDIA BY B.tLAND 1965 Kent Old Gold Straights Old Gold Filters Newpo rt Spring Yo rk P4agazines 2,603,218 15,747 15,924 1,801,354 15,750 375,089 Newspapers 361,407 518 75,561 20,003 75,561 75,485 Billboards 458,737 1,200 1,201 310,695 1,248 1,200 • Radio 2,532,067 203,180 2,813,727 20,14.2 20,108 Telcvision ' ' 10,039,997 10 3,796,778 5,668,099 1,596,347 150,068 Car Cards 232,307 495,175 ' Misq. 65,804 1,770 35,907 52,615 27,342 3,360 Publicity (1,747) - Direct Promotion S 6.aA - 171 074 75 4 263 14 518 17 315 , , , , (sampling) TOTAz., 16,809,986 19,245 4,299,625 11,425,422 1,749,161 642,625 1965 Duncan TOTAL P•2aga z ine s 459 4,827,541 Newspapers 15,437' 623,972 Billboards 774,281 Radio 5,589,224. Television 132,370 21,383,669 Car Cards - 727,482 mi s c . I 186,798 Publicity (1,747) Di re ct Promotion I 742 983,852 (sampling) TOTAL 149,008 1 35,095,072 I
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P. LORTLLARD COMPANY, ADVERTISING EYXENDITURES BY MEDIA BY BRAND 1966 Kent Old Gold Straights Old Gold Filters Newpo rt Spring Yo rk magazines 731,973 :.22, 907 12,925 26,160 13,423 12,912 Newspapers 392,791 6,601 24,466 1,652 ' 6,731 18,503 Billboards 525,241 1,042 1, 04 2 308,204 1,042 1,042 Radio 2,583,128 63 827,836 2,457,343 (6) (60) Television 10,984,719 56,227 2,787,520 6,397,269 136,574 17,661 Car CZrns 264,005 359,142 blisc. 17,293 260 52,913 57,044 292 471 Publicity 32 Dire ct promotion 424,843 121,844 258,900 1,705 6,243 (sampling) TOTAL 15,924,025 77,100 3,828,546 9,865,714 159,761 39,772 1966 Duncan Danville True TOTAL Magazines 359,206 1,169,506 i~~ewspa.pers 6,511 73,548 1,054,742 1,568,545 Billboards 8,525 846,138 Radio 378,552 1,934,924 8,181,780 Television (13,536) 456,957 3,987,689 24,811,080 Car Cards 65,343 688,490 Misc. 271 3,582 132,126 Publicity 46 78 Direct Promotion 31,217 371,216 1,215,968 (sampling) TOTAL (7,025) 940,545 7,785,273 38,613,711 4OSaz9oe
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i SlI?ELL FLEPOW .January 17, 19067 I
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0 PARTIC ULATE IviATT ER AN'D NIC OTLNE IN SMOKE STREAM OF CIGARETTES AND EFFICIENCY OF FILTERS IN THEL-3. REMOVAL REPORT TO P. LORILLARD COMPANY GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 17 January 1967 . FOSTER D. SNELL, INC. a subsfdlar y of BOOZ•ALLEN APPLIED RESEARCH, INC. NEW YORK
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Note The Snell Report of i/J.7/G7 con'cained' tests on a, number of co:npetitive brEjnc?s as cvel:i as LoriZl:ard brands o Si nce :Cterl 6 of the Specia? R2port Urde .- is limited to Lo-i'1d ard bra5zas, the relevant data has bcen abstracted ixor:l the report. -
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METHODOLOGY 1. PARTICULATE MATTER (1) ARparatus Filter Holder s Lucite filter holders consisting of threaded inner and outer parts and Teflon gaskets. CM113A fiber glass filter discs; 44 mm in diameter. Medium latex dental dam, approximately 3. 5 x 3. 5 cm with a hole approximately 4 mm in diameter in the center. A four place smoke sampling apparatus designed by the Research Laboratory of The American Tobacco Company and! manufactured by Phipps and Bird, Inc. , Richmond, Virgifiia. The machine is adjusted to take a 35 ml puff of two seconds_durat_ion once a minute on each of the four ports. fOSTER D. SNELL, INC., _ .,- i
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(2) Determination of Particulate Matter Four Cambridge filter assemblies are weighed to the nearest 0. 1 mg and connected to the smoking machine by a chort piece of rubber tubing so that the cigarettes and f9,ltor as©embl'ieo are he?d in a horizontall poait;,on. e., The smoking machine and filter assemblies are tested for leaks. A cigarette is inserted through the hole in the rubber ' membrane on each filter assembly until the end of the butt is approximately flush with the end of the holder tube and then withdrawn slightly so that the rubber membrane forms a snug seal around the cigarette. The cigarettes are lighted at the beginning of t'fie first puff with an electric coil lighter. Each cigarette is smoked' until the burning coal reaches the predetermined marked butt length. During the smoking of the cigarettes, those that burn over the mark are balanced by cigarettes smoked short of the mark. After the last puff, the cigarettes are allowed to free burn in the holder until a few seconcls before the next puff, then are removed from the holder, a clearing puff taken and the next cigarette inserted in the filter. Ln, this manner, four cigarettes are smoked through each filter. After four a FOSTER D. SNELL, INC. -b- P J~,~~~\ /, •. YyU O'•~I
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cigarettes are smoked through each of the four filter assemblies, the assemblies are disconnected from the machine, wiped and weighed to the nearest 0. 1 mg. The weight gain of each filter assembly is re- corded and the filters are used for moisture and nicotine determination. The weight of particulate matter for each Cambridge filter is calculated in milligrams per cigarette: The average for five filters is the value reported for the particulate matter in the smoke of the sample. 2. MOISTURE , (1) Reagents and Apparatus ~ . p-Dioxane - Eastman's White Label (dried over 5A molecular sieves). Isopropanol - Eastman's White Label. 1 2. . . Apparatus Automatic Buret - 10 ml. Carrier Gas Humidifier, as described by Sloan and Sublett, Tobacco Science, 9, 70 (1965). EOSTER D. SNELL, INC. ~ -o. .:~o a~
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Serum Bottles witli Rubber Caps - 30 ml'. Gas Chromatography Columrn 1/4" o. d. x 31, stainless steel, packed with Poropak Q120-150 mesh. Microliter Syringe. Gas Chromatograph with Thermal Conductivity Detector (Aerograph). (2) Determination of Moisture in Particulate Matter This determination is made according to the procedure described in a paper entitled "Determination of Moisture in Total Particulate Matter" by.Schultz and! Spears in Tobacco Science X, 75-76 (Tobacco, 32-33 (June 17, 1966). As soon as the filter assembly for particulate Matter 0 determination has been weighed, it is opened and the filter placed in a dry 30 ml serum bottle. The inner face of the r filt'er holder is then wiped~ with _one-fourth of a Cambridge filter pad and' this added to the serum bottle. Ten ml of dry dioxane-isopropanol (100:1) is measured from an automatic burette into the serum bottle and the stoppLer- -in-sertLd. The- bottle is shaken for 20 minutes on a Wrist-Action shaker. A sample of 5 microliters is withdrawn with a Hamilton m syringe through the rubber serum cap and subjected to gas ~ O chromatography in an Aerograph gas Chromatograph under ~ the following conditions: 6 t11 POSTfR D. SNfLL.JNC..
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C olumn: Column temperature: Porapac Q- 31 x 1/4" 190°C. Injection port temperature: 240°C. Detector: 200 °C. Carrier gas: Helium at 108' ml. /min. The moisture content of the particulate matter is read from a calibration curve made by adding known amounts of water to the solvent mixture. Filters conditioned at 75 °F. and 60%R. H. are run and the average value of the moisture content subtracted from the amounts found with the used filters to get the net moisture content. 3. • NIC OT1NE (1) Reagents and' Apparatus . Sodium Hydroxid'e-Sodium Chloride Solution . NaOH solution, 3056 by weight, saturated' with NaC1. Steam Distillation Apparatus Kjeldahl flask, 500 ml fitted with steam tube, trap and condenser. SpectroPhotorneter Beckrnan No6el DUI-2. FOSTER Ds SNELL', INC. .y
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(2) Determination of Nicotine in Particulate Matter The dioxane-isopropanol solution containing the dis- persed Cambridge filter, from which only 5 microliters k has bcon withdrawn for moioture d'eto- rmination, is trans- 'ferred to a Kjeldahl flask quantitatively and 50 ml of 0. 1N HC1 added. The flask is fitted for steam distillation and the acid solution is steam distilled~ for 1'0-15 minutes, keep- ing the volume approximately constant by heating the flask, •. The distillation is stopped' and the condensate discarded. -~ A 500 m1 volumetric flask containing 25 ml of 1+ 11 HCI is placed under the condenser with the condenser tip dipping into the acid solution. Twenty-five ml of the NaOJ:`i-NaC1 solution is rapidly distilled until~ about 45~0~ ml of d'~istillate~~ is obtained. The volume of the solution is made up to 500 ml with distilled water. The absorbance of the distillate is determined at 236, 259 and 282 mmu against a blank of 0. 05 N HC1, using 1 cm cells. The net absorbance of the nicotine solution corrected for background is calciilated as follows: A1 = 1.059 259 ..10.- .,S A259' - 1/2 (A236 + A282) -1 FOSTER D. SNELL, INC. o. ,
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and the weight of nicotine in the distillate is calculated from the absorbance of a solution of pure nicotine in A separate analysis is made on each filter and the weight of nicotine calculated and expressed as mg FOSTER D.S.VELL, INC. ...-..*r; • (~ S~~ V ~~ ~. .. - i ~p ( ). .
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C sF~~+1? E, ~.L~G 6~T,D ~ U~L~~~ r~r~1~`r~t The •followi ng Lorillard brands were tested : I:e i1t 8 5 IA-Ue Old Gol d Fi lters 85 mm. Newport 85 m.:-n! o Sp r. ing 85 rtzm. True Regu1 ar 85 nun. True Ttiienthol 85 mm. Two car-cons of each bti'and of cigarettes were purchased in five major market areas : Los Aizgeles, Chicago, Cleveland, Washington (Eei.hesd.a) and New York City. Conlposxice samples of' each brand' were made from equal numbers of packs from each of the ten cartons. These ~jere snlohed' by the standard p-rocedure wi th and without f il•cers to a butt length 3 mm.: longer than the tipping paper, but no less than a 25 mm. butt.
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WEIGH?' - BUTT Ln:,K.G'rH OF' PUFFS Avera re Butt NumU--r of Pur rs Brand Weight gr aris Length m;n. With Filter Without Filte?- RELdT 1.0200 27 10.2' 10.0 OLD GOLD 1.0315 27 9.2 9.4 NEi^1PO :T 1.0379 25 8.9 8'.9 S PRTNG 1.0550 27 10.1 10.2 TRUE - blue 1..0G4•5 33 9.0 -- \ TRUE - green; 1.0671 33 7.5 ---
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C Brand KENT OLD GOLD NEWPOR`"~ SPRING TRUE - blue TRUE - green PARTICULATi; 2 'LA`1'rl'ERS WITH F7LTFRS (mg. in smoke of 1 cigarette) Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Run 5 Average 25.7 24.6 25.0 25.6 25.3 25.2 28.9 28.5 29.9 28.5' 29.5 29.1 33.6 32.7 32.5 33.4 31.5 32.7 26.7 27.1 27.5 26.9 28.1 27.3 18.3 17.4 17.6 16.6 16.4 17.3 18.8 19.1 18.8 20.7 19.1 • 19.3
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PaRTTCUL:aTE MATTER WITHOUT FILTERS (mg in snoke of 1 cigarette) Brand Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Run 5 Average KENT 52.9 50.6 52.9 50.7 52.0 51.8 OLD GOLD 46.5 44.0 47.3 46.7 48.2 46.5 NEWPORT 45.8 43.3 45.3 43.1 44.4 44.4 SPRING ~ 48.4 49.7 50.2 47.6 51.8 49.5
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Iy'iOIS TURE IN PARTICULATE IL7=ER WITH P TLTERS (ing. in smoke of 1 cigarette) Brand' Run 1 Run2 Run 3 Run 4 Run 5 KENT 4.9 4.8 5.1 5.2 4.9 OLD GOLD 6.2 6.8 6.5 6.4 6.3 NEW PORT 5.7 5.8 6.2 5.9 5.5 SPRING .16.2 5.6 5.6 5.5 5.4 .TRUE - blue 2.2 1.8 2.0 1.8 2.2 TRUE - green 3.2 3.0 2.9 3.1 2.6 Averaere 3.0
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c 2f0?STU??E IN PARTICULATE P•LA'?'TER 171 THJUT FILTERS (mg. in smoke of 1 cigaiette) ' Brand Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Run 5 KENT 12.6 10.6 11.8 10.9 .11.9 OLD GOLD 11.5 10.6 12.1 12.2 10.8 NEWPORT 10.6 10.5 11.2 10.6 10.2 SPRING `. 11. 0 11.1 11.2 11.0 11.2 TRUE - blue 5.8 6.0 5.7 6.3 6.2 TRUE - green 7.5 7.6 7.7 7.6 7.0 Averaqe 11.6 11.4 10.6 11.1 • 6.0 7.5
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DRY PARTICULATE MATTER WITH FiLTEF•S (mg. in smoke of 1 cigarette) Brand Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Run 5 Average KENT 20.8 19.8 19.9 20.4 20.4 20.3 OLD GOLD 22.7 21.7 23.4 22.1 23.2 22.6 NEWPORT 27.9 26.9 26.3 27.5 26.0 26.9 SPRING ~20.5 21.5 21.9 21.4 22.7 27.6 TRUE - blue 16.1 15.6 15.6 14.8 14.2 . 15.3 TRUE - green 15.6 16.1 15.9 17.6 16.5 16.3
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C DRY PARTTCZIT•WL WITHOUT FILTERS (mg. of smoke of 1 cigarette) Brand Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Run 5 KENT 40.3 40.0 41.1 39.8 40.1 OLD GOLD 35.0 33.4 35.2 34.5 37.4 NEWPORT 35.2 32.8 34.1 32.5 34'.2 ~- SPRING 37.4 38.6 39.0' 36.6 40.6 TRUE - blue 26.6 25.2 26.1 24.7 26.4 TRUE - green 26.4 28.7 26.2 26.4 26.5 Average 40.3 35.1 33.8 • 38.4 25.8 26.8
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NICOTINE WITH FILTERS (mg. in smoke of 1 cigarette) Brand Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Run 5 Averaqe KENT 1.14 1.22 1.25 1.24 1.27 1.22 OLD GOLD 1.27 1.29 1.26 1.26 1.27 1.27 NEWPORT 1.48 1.41 1.54 1.39 1.38 1.44 C SPRING 1.13 1.03 0.99 1.07 0.99 1.04 TRUE - blue 0.84 0.82 0.82 0.84 0.85 0.83 TRUE - green 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.83 0.84 0.84
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NICO T INE WITHOUT F ILTERS (mg. in smoke oi 1 cigarette) C Brand Run 1 Run 2 Run 3 Run 4 Run 5 Average KENT 2.10 2.05 2.08 2.00 1.95 2.04 OLD GOLD 1.71 1.73 1.86 1.71 1.77 1.76 NEWPORT 1.85 1.87 1.89 1.91 1.86 1.88 SPRING ,1.79 1.96 1.81 1.72 1.88 1.83 TRUE - blue 1.18 1.20 1.20 1.21 1.22 . 1.20 TRUE - green 1.39 1.39 1.38 1.39 1.43 1.3,~
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SNELL R.-'P OD i October 6, 1966
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PARTICULATE MATTER AND NICOTINE IN SMOKE STREAM OF TRUE CIGARETTES REPORT TO P. LORILLARD COMPANY GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA b FOSTER D. SNELL, INC. a subsidiary of 9OOZ•ALLEN APPLIED RESEARCH, INC. NE1IN YORK <
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ABSTRAC T Particulate matter, moisture and nicotine were determined in the mainstream smoke of five composite samples of TRUE cigarettes obtained from~five different cities. Estimates of the confidence interval of the mean values was calculated. C -1- FOSTER D. SNECC. lf:C.
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. INTRODUC TION . ti
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I. INTRODUCTION We have been authorized by a letter of 16 September to pur- chase samples of TRUE cigarettes on a number of markets and to determine Total Particulate Matter, Dry Particulate, Moisture . -, and Nicotine in the mainstream smoke of composite samples. The particulate matter was to be determined' by the Cambridge filter method, the moisture by GLC and nicotine by ultraviolet spectrophotometry. Two cartons of cigarettes were purchased in each of the fol- • lowing cities: Bethesda, Maryland; Cleveland, Ohio; Kansas City, Missouri:; Chicago, ITlinois and New York City. After condition- ing the cigarettes for 24 hours at 75 °F. and 60% relative humi- dity, composite samples were made by the following procedure. Two packs from each of the ten cartons were taken and' two com- posites made by used' five cigarettes-f rom each pack for each . componite. Another two cornposites were mado in the snrno manner, using two more packs from each carton. A fifth compo- site was made by taking one pack from each carton and taking five cigarettes from each pack. Thus we had five composite sam- k -2- FOSTER Q. SNELL, INC. :r•'ll I,~ .:~ ~~
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ples of 100 cigarettes from each carton from each city. Each composite was treated as a separate sampl~e. The average weight of each was obtained and cigarettes from each sample were used having weights + 20mg. of the average weight of that sample. The average weights are given in Table I. I . 4 -3- fOSTER D. SNELL. INC.
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80620535. I ~
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7I . E Xi? E h, IMEN'r'A L ME Tl-1 O D The smoking procedure was essentially that described by C. L..Ogg in the J7ournal of the Association of Official Agxicul- tural Chemists, Vol. 47, pp. 356-362 (1964). Smolcing was done in an automatic smoking machine having a puff volume of 35 ml. in a period of 2 seconds and at one-mi- nute intervals. Laboratory conditions were 75 + 2°F. and 60 + 2%a relative humidity. Five sets of 4 cigarettes each were used for each determina- tion. Five determinations were made for each sample. . Particulate Matter Cambridge filters were held in Lucite holders. After the filter was positioned and the holder tightened, the assembiy was wiped with a Kimwipe and weighed to the nearest 0. 1 mg. The assembly was then connec- ted to the smoking machine'and a cigarette inserted through the hole in the rubber membrane until about ,flush with the inner end of the tube. The cigarette was lighted at the first puff with an electric coil. It was -4- FOSTER D. SNELL, INC.
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smoked to a butt length of 33 mm. When the cigarette had burned to the previously #I marked butt length, the coal was pinched off with for- ceps and the number of puffs, including the final partial puff, recorded. The butt was left in the holder for one additional puff to clear the smoke from the butt and filter holder. The average num'ier of puffs for each cigarette smoked is given in Table I. After 4 cigarettes had been smoked~ through each filter, the assembly was disconnected, wiped with a Kimwipe, and weighed to the nearest 0. 1 mg. The . change in weight was calculated, divided by 4, and reported as particulate matter. These data are reported in Table IL - -5- r fOSTER D. SNELL, INC.
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B. Moisture This determination was made according to the procedure described in a paper entitled "Determina- tion of Moisture in Total Particulate Matter" by Schultz and Spears in Tobacco Science, Vol. X, pp. 75-76. (Tobacco, June 17,. 1966, pp. 32-33). As soon as the filter assembly had been weighed, it was opened and the filter placed in a dry 30 ml. serum bottle. The inner face of the fiLter holder was then: wiped with one-fourth of a Cambridge filter pad and this added to the serum bottle. Ten ml. of dry dioxane-isopropanol (100:1) was measured from an automatic burette into the serum bottle and the stopper inserted. The bottle was shaken for 20 minutes on a Wrist-Action shaker. A sample of 10 microliiters was withdrawn with a Hamilton syringe through the rubber serum cap and' sub- jected' to gas chromatography in an Aerograph 1520 gas Chromatograph under the following conditions: . Column: Porapac Q - 3' x 1/4" Column temperature: 225 °C'. Injection port temperature: 250 °C. Detector: 250 °C. Carrier gas: Helium at 60 ml. /min. -6- fOSTER D: SNELL. 1NC:. = ^' : ;;: I ~
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The moisture content of the particulate matter was read from a calibration curve made by adding known amounts of water to the solvent mixture. Filters condi- tioned at 75 °F. and 60°Jo R. H. were run and' the average value of'the moisture content subracted from the amounts found with the used filters to get the net moisture content. The se data are given in Table II: C. Nicotine This determination was made substantially as de- scribed by WilZets, Swain, Connelly and Brice in Anal. Chem., Vol. 30, pp. 1800-2 (1958). The balance of the solution for GLC moisture, to- gether with the filter pad, was transferred to a 500 -ml. Kj'eldahl flask and acidified with 50 ml. of 0. 1 normal sulfuric acid. This was steam distilled for 10 minutes while about ZOO ml. of distillate was collected and dis- carded. The Kjeldahl flask was cooled and 10 m1l. of 305o aqueous sodium hydroxide solution and 10 grams of sodium chloride were added. The sample was steam distilled again until about 450 ml. of distillate was col- lected. The distillate was collected in an 800-m1. -7- . FOSFER D. SNELL, INC. ~~
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beaker containing 10 ml. of 1+ 4 hydrochloric acid, with the tip of the condenser below the surface of the acid. The distillate was transferred' to a 500-m1. volumetric flask and! the volume made to 500 ml. with distilled' water. The absorbance of the distillate was determined at 236, 259 and 288 mmu. in 1-cm. cells against a blank of 0.05 normal hydrochloric acid. The net absorbance cor- rected for background was calculated~ and the concentration of nicotine calculated from the absorbtivity of nicotine measured in the spectrophotometer. The quantities of nicotine found are given in Table III. . -8- fOSTfR D SMELL. INC. T~ ~ ,
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Dry Particulate Matter The moisture figures were subracted from the total particulate matter values to give the dry parti- culate matter. This, off course, also contains the nicotine. The values are given in Table II. r"a I fOSTER O. SNELL, INC.
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. III. STATISTICAL TREATMENT OF DATA .N
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III. STATISTICAL TREATMENT OF DATA Total Particulate IVlatte r Sample No.- 1 Arithmetic mean 15.90. Variance 0. 625 Standard deviation 0.791 Sample No. 2 . Arithmetic mean 16.34 Variance 0.398 Standard deviation 0.631 . Sample No. 3 Arithmetic mean 15.16 Variance 0.613 . , Standard deviation 0.783 ' Sample No. 4 Arithmetic mean Variance , ,. Standard deviation 16.20 0.445 0.667 ,,,10_ f0'STER D: StlEL1.1NC
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Sample No. 5 Arithmetic mean 15. 48 Variance 0.297 Standard deviation 0.545 Total' of 5 SaMles Arithmetic inean 15.816 Mean Variance 0.4756 Mean Stand'ard Deviation 0.6896 951o confidence limits for sub-groups of five (5) 15. 17 - 16. 46 Total Variance for 25 individual samples = 0. 5989 Standard Deviation for individual samples = 0. 7739 95°lo Confidence Limits for individual samples = X + 1. 96 (0. 7739) = X + 1. 517 = 14. 299 - 17. 333 = 14.3- 17.3 -11- POSTER D. SNELL.,INC. ~ .., ~ E7 li:
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Dry Particulate Matter Sample No. 1 Arithmetic mean 14.16 Varianc e 0.603 Standard deviation 0.777 Sam ple No. 2 Arithmetic mean 14.66 Variance 0.333 Standard deviation 0.577 Sample No. 3 Arithmetic mean 13.70 Variance 0.580 Standard deviation 0. 762 N Sample No. 4 Arithmetic mean 14.60 Variance 0.445 Standard deviation 0.667 C -12-
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Sample No. 5 Arithmetic mean 13.94 Variance 0.213 Standard deviation 0.462 Total of 5 Samples Arithmetic mean 14.212 Mean Variance 0.434~8 .Mean Standard Deviation 0.6594 95% confidence limits for sub-groups of five (5) 13. 60 - 14. 83 Total Variance for 25 individual samples = 0. 5062 t ~ Standard Deviation for individual samples = 0. 7115 i i 95% Confidence Limits for individual samples = X+ 1. 96 (0. 7115) = X + 1. 394 = 12. 818 - 15. 606 = 12. 8 - 15. 6 r -13- t GO, O ~ ~ O ~ ~ fOSTER D: SNELC. INC. ~
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Nicotine Sample No. 1 - ~ Arithmetic mean 0.818 Variance . 0.00077 Standard deviat'ion 0.02775 Sample No. 2 Arithmetic mean 0. 824 ' Variance- 0.00068 Standard deviation 0.02608 Sample No. 3 Arithmetic mean 0.812 V ariance 0.00097 Standard devi~ation 0.03114 Sample No. 4 Arithmetic mean 0.860 Variance 0.00015 Standard deviation 0.01225 , . - : Gb O ~ ~ O CrT 0 ~ -14- fOSTER D.' SNf L'L. INC.
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Sample No. 5 Arithmetic mean 0.858 Variance 0.00077 Standard~ d'eviation 0.02775 ~. , Total of 5 Samples Arithmetic mean 0.8344 . Mean Varianc e 0.000668 Mean Standard Deviation 0.02585 95°o confidence limits for sub-group s of five (5) 0. 8103 - 0. 858 5 Total Variance for 25 individual samples. = 0. 000992 Standard Deviation for individuaJl samples = 0. 03146 95% Confidence Limits for individual samples = X + 1. 96 (0. 03146) = X + 0. 0617 = 0. 773 - 0. 896 =0.77-0.90 -15- fQSTER D. SNELL.INC: ee. i~-o &1 0
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IV. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
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IV. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS 0 Particulate matter, moisture and nicotine determinations on the. smoke stream from five composite samples of TRUE cigarettes purchased in five different cities gave mean values for the total of: Particulate matter 15. 8 mg. /cigarette Moisture 1.6 mg. /cigarette Nicotine 0. 83 mg. /cigarette Confidence interval calculations indicate values for the mean of 95jo for particulate matter and nicotine. Chester A. Snell, Ph. D. Director, Analytical Department - acm -~ 16- fOSTElt D: SMELt, INC. i ~^~ (o)- •~..J . -I. ~t~:
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LORTLLARD AND CAMBRIDGE TESTING METHODS
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Note Testing by Lorillard's Research Division during the past year has been conducted according to both the Lorillard Method and the Cambridge Method. Conversion to the Cambridge Method commenced in mid-1966 and was completed'for all brands in October 1966. The standard procedure for both methods is attached.
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LORILLARD ME'THOD.. P. LORILLARD COMPANY, INC. RESEARCH DIVISION. QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT - STANDARD PROCEDURE' A. 8jxF'RIIkL: TOHACCO SMOKE B. C RACTE$rSTIC TO BE TESTED: Tar and nicotine .in mainstream tobacco smoke C. OBJECT OF THE mFRT: Quantitative analysis for tar and • nicotine in mainstream smoke . APPARATUS AND REAGENTS: l. Smoke sampling apparatus (Phipps and Bird, Inc.) 2. Glassware for smoke sampling as per attached drawings 3. 100 m1. volumetric flasks 19/38 ST joint with glass stoppers 4. Rubber tubing 1/4" bore 1/16" wall 5. Dental dam 6. Rubber bands 7. Stopwatch 8. Ring stands and rings 9. Transfer pipets (10 ml.) 10. Steam bath 11. Desiccators with anhydrous calcium chloride 12. Vacuum oven with pump
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Page 2 (T0B?1CCO S;1•10FM-) 14.• Kjeldahl flasks (500 ml. ) 15.. Hydrochlo.r_ ic ac id (con. ) 16. Sulfuric acid (con.) 17. Ethyl alcohol (95;0) 18. Toluene (F:CS Sp-acifications ) 19. Distilled water 20. Rotameter (0 to 1400 cc/znin. ) 21. Phenolphthalein test solution 22. Silicotungstic acid (Si02 . 12i•703 .26H20) 23. Anti-foam emulsion 24. Berzelius beakers (600 ml.) 25. Filtering funnels (600) .. 26. ._ Fluted filter paper (Whatman No. 2) 27. Kjeldahl distillation apparatus 28. Muffle furnace 29. Porce lain crucibles (No. 0) 30. Porcelain evaporating dishes (No. 000) E. SAl' LE• 1. Non-filter Cigarettes ,From the sample, weigh four groups of 100 cigarettes each to estal?lish the mean weights. 1 ','_;I:'„-i:-'!' ('I~ . t rt "1 :;1 t;
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Page 3 (TOBACCO SMOKE) b. Pick 20 cigarettes from each group of 100. These cigarettes are picked individually to within plus or minus 25 milligrams of the mean weight. C. Divide each group of 20 into two groups of 10 and'place each group olf 10 in a separate con- tainer and label. d. Each separate group of 10 is weighed to assure `'that the weight falls to within plus or minus 10 milligrams of the mean weight. e. Air flow through each cigarette is recorded. f. Each cigarette is marked for specified butt length. 2. Filter Cigarettes a. From the sample, weigh four groups of 100 cigarettes each to establish the mean weights. b. Pick 20 cigarettes from each group of 100. These cigarettes-are picked individually to within plus or minus 25 milligrams of the mean weight. c. Divide each group of 20 into two groups of 10 and place each group of 10 in a separate con- tainer and label one group of 10 contro7, and ;:• one group of 10 filter. d. Each separate group of 10 is weighed'to assure that the weight falls to within plus or minus 10 milligrams of the mean weight. e. Remove the filters from~the groups marked Qon o?_ and reweigh the cigarettes. f. I Air flow througYi each Icigarette is recorded. 'Eacn cigarette is marked for speciffed butt length. 3. Littie Cigars Prepare in the sams manner.as above.
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Page 4 (TOBACCO SMOKE ) F. RC •F DliEL'.. 1. Set-un Equipm3nt a. The reservoir on the smoke sampling device is attached to a cold'water outlet and the water turned on. b. The device is activated by two toggle switches. ~ c. ..Place 15 mis. of smoke solvent in the midvale absorption bulbs by means of a graduated cylinder. The midvale absorption bulbs are now connected to the device as per attached drawing (Dwg. No. '. PL 1699). The device is checked for volume, duration, and f low rate of puff. The volume of exhaust water is adjusted to exactly 35 mis. by measuring the exhaust water in a graduated cylinder and adjusting the height of the buret until 35 mis. of water are delivered. The duration of the float drop is adjusted to exactly 2.5 secs.by regulating the exhaust water hose clamp. The flow rate is checked by connecting a rotameter to the midvale absorption bulb and reading the scale as the device takes a puff. The flow rate should be 675 cc/min. The flow rate may also be adj'usted by regulating the exhaust water hose clamp. . Place 15 mis. of smoke solvent in the 100 ml. volumetric flasks by means of a graduated cylinder and assemble smoke train as per attached drawing (Dwg. No. PL 1699). A piece of dental dam 4 inches square with a 3 or 4 mm. hole in the cente-r is placed on the flared end of the cigarette holder and fastened firmly with*a rubber band. I , ~T•ne smoke"solvent is made 'up of ~two z~3its by volume of 95% ethyl alcohol to three parts volume of toluene. This mixture is then : made 0.1N with ~hydrochloric •acid.;'' O . ': ~ C11
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Page 5 (TOBACCO SMOKE) 2. 3. Smol:ing a. A sample consisting of 10 cigarettes is placed in front of each of the four ports. The cigarette to be smoked (from each sample) is placed in its respective port. b. A stopwatch is started when the first cigarette is lit and the remaining 3 cigarettes are lit at 15 sec. intervals as the device takes a puff. c. The cigarette is removed when the burning end passes through the prescribed mark"during a puff, care being taken that no smoke leaks out. This is accomplished by squeezing the butt with a pair .of tweezers at the exact moment the fire cone passes on to the mark, removing the butt and immediately inserting a new cigarette. d. If a cigarette does not burn through the mark during a puff but does burn through the mark before the next puff occurs, it is removed in the same manner as above; but it is removed only a second before the next puff occurs. e. The time required to smoke the cigarette to a specified butt length is recorded. f. The remaining nine cigarettes in each sample are ..smoked,in the same manner, the device is turned + off, and the smoke is allowed to settle for 20 minutes. At the end of this time, disconnect the smoking assembly from the midvale absorption bulb and remove the dental dam. Preparation of Smoke Solution . lWith the smoking apparatus still assembled, care- fully was1i the inside surfaces of the smok:ing top with solvent until all tars have been washed into . ,. ,, t.he,flask~ . Remove the,. top. . . • ,..1 •
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Page 6 (TODACC o SMOKE ) . The solvent fro,r, the midvale is added through the smoking flask. The midvale is rinsed with additional solvent and transferred to the washings in the volumetric flask. The inside surfaces of the smoking flask are rinsed again. Extreme care should be taken to insure all the tars are washed into the f lask. c. Allow to drain, detach the volumetric flask, and make up to volume with solvent. While the cigarettes are being smoked, evaporating dishes which have previously been brought to a constant weight are conditioned in the vacuum oven at 105oC ± 1oC for 30 minutes. From this .point on, the 30-minute tiniing period must be adhered to strictly. b. The dishes are taken from the oven, placed in a desiccator for 30 minutes, and then weighed on the analytical balance in a numerical sequence. __c.___ .,A 10 ml. aliquot from each sample is transferred . to its corresponding dish by means of a pipet. I a. f. The dishes are placed on a steam bath and the solvent very gently evaporated to just dryness. Remove the dishes immediately and dry the outside .bottom of the dishes. The dishes are then placed in the oven at 1050 C t 1oC. The vacuum pump Is turned on and should~ reach a vacuum of 24.5 inches within 4 minutes. The dishes are left iri the oven for 30 minutes from the time 24.5' inches of vacuum ip reached. WYien a vacuum of 28 inches is reached, the bleed valve is cracked slightly so that dry air is bled tYirough'the oven at 'a"rate that will not affect t}-,'e gauge reading. ` Gt
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Page 7 (TOBACCO SMOKE) h. At the end of the timing period the pump is stopped, the vacuum broken~, and the oven alloFted to return to atmospheric pressure. The dishes are removed and placed in a desiccator for exactly 30 minutes. Weigh on an analytical balance in same sequence as the empty dishes and calculate the tar as milligrams per cigarette (see calculations). k. A solvent blank is prepared by pipeting 10 ml. aliquot of the solvent into an evaporating dish and running in the same manner as the tars. 5. Nicotine Analysis a. Place 150 mis. tap water and 2.5 mis. of 6 N FIC1 , into each kjeldahl flask. b. Add the remaining 90 mis. of smoke mixture in each volumetric flask to its corresponding kjeldahl f lask. Each volumetric flask is washed twice with additional smoke solvent and the washings trans- ..- -_.ferred to the kjeldahl flask and shaken. The solvent of the resulting mixtures is evaporated on the steam bath. To aid in this evaporation, a gentle stream of air is passed over the mixtures. . Evaporation should be complete in approximately 20 minutes. It must be noted that a water insoluble scum from the tars will be floating on the surface of the liquid-or adhering to the sides of the f lasks and is not to be confused with-tfie solvent layer. e. Upon completion of the evaporation, the flasks -are removed from the steam bath. . Add to each solution 15 mis. of 50;~ by wzight NaOH solution. • , •t. ,. .. . ; 1 It. C
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Page 8 (TOBACCO SMOKE) Test for alkalinity with a few drops of phenophthalein test solution. h. Add a small amount of anti-foam and connect the flasks to the steam distillation apparatus. . To the terminal end of the condenser, attach a delivery tube (8 mm, 1.D, glaaa tubing 8 to 10 inches long). Into a 600-ml. Berzelius beaker, pour 25 mis. of 1:4 HC1 and place the beaker so that the tip of the delivery tube is below the acid surface. Bring the smoke solution to a gentle boil by external heat, then introduce steam until a light spray is noted in the kjeldahl connecting bulb. Regulate heat and steam to maintain a constant volume in the kjeldah l flask throughout the distillation. m.. After approximately 500 mis. of distillate are o. collected in the beaker, wash the outside and inside of the delivery tube with distilled water. All washings go into the beaker. . Check for complete distillation of nicotine by collecting 1 ml. of distillate from tip of delivery tube in a test tube containing approximately 1 ml. of 1:4 HCJ. Add 2 drops of silicotungstic acid solution. A precipitate or clouding indicates the presence of nicotine. If test is negative, turn off steam and heat; if not, continue with the distillation until complete. p. The beakers are removed and 5 mis. of silicotungstic acid solution are added to the distillate andd stirred. ~ Dissolve 120 gms.' of silicotungstic acid in 1000 mis. of distilled ;11 80620561 1
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Page 9 (TODACCO Sh,OM ) q. Stir once or twice more at one hour intervals. Cover and allow to stand overnight. r. se t. Check for complete precipitation by adding a few drops of silicotungstic acid solution to each beaker. No further precipitate or clouding indicates complete precipitation. Filter each solution separately through fluted Whatman No. 2 filter paper. Wash the precipitate 6 times with small port'ions of 1:1000 HC1. u. Transfer the precipitate and filter paper to a corresponding previously tared crucible.- . Place the covered crucible in a muffle furnace at 900°C. After 15 minutes, remove the cover•and' place beside the crucible. The specimen and crucible are left in the furnace for 1 to 1 1/2 hours or until completely ashed. w. Remove the crucible and cover, and place in desiccator until equilibrium with room temperature is reached. , x. Weigh on analytical balance and calculate nicotine as milligram per cigarette (see calculations). . G : CALiCI1IATI0J1S• ~ Wt. of Dish and Tar -(Wt. of Dish + YJto of IIlan}:; 1000 = Wt. of Tar in mg./cigt. 0 .
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f Page 10 (TOBACCO SMOKE) 2. [wt. of Crucible and Precipitate °:(Wt# of Crucible + ~ Wt. of Paper Blank 0 0.1267 _ Wt. of Nicotine in mg./cigt. APPRWED BY STArTDARDS COt*SITTEE - October 22, 1965 * e The ash blank is given on filter paper box.
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0 OR.wn DYI R.14.KAAt,JS wsrnovco. sC.T. cl,- $ MN1a :IMM P. LORILLARD CO. EN°vINEEF'cING 'D`VELOPMEN R[Y. HO. REVISIONS ILf1ROVCD DATC oATO 9-17-[.S DATO .: .SMOKING. ' P.PPARATtjS'. ~'TNIS OFAWING 1[ TN[ PCOf[?TY O! P. LORILLIRD CONIaMT FND IS f0l1[CT TO R[TYRN VIONR[DU[ST. IT IS NOT 10./[ COIICD OR R[FRODUCCD. NOII IS IT TD [[ US[D fOR ANT lYRNO{[ OTN[R TNLN 1N.T !0[ WhiCN IT w.S [URNISN[D, 1rI1NOYi TNC WRITT[N CONS[N/ OI P.1O11/LLXRD COYIANT, ILl RIGNTf TO RAT[NTA[L[ D[S16M ONINVCNT1p~m[ o[S[RY[1'. -- 6UOGET N0. SHEET NO, =1 e=v - :: OF 8oszoSS4 I
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0 r1_Y~/~S~Ora Y. 1;0. DwTE LLT':: r.: APPRO CAP TUE'~ING : 7-80Q x1.25-1.75I.Q VCD IS Dilw\S'NDY:f DATC:•• AI'Pf10VCD1 DATG -- ~ • SCALE: ToiJ , . "T1115 D:IAt':II:C 15]uC P:OfCnTT Di f. LO:JLUGD CO'tN.la {IID IS SV_1CCf TO I,CIV:/I Vf011 E' ~+T. IT IS I:OT TO CC COFICD DR I:CE:.c:.UCEO. I:DII 1. IT TO C: VaD ELD /•;:T GTI'CR Chl.I: 71, lOR T'•1'ICN IT 1':AS EVF 11 NL.D• C:ITI'DVE TIIC \';1'. Tf. CG:.:::.7 O( P:L0fi1Ll~CD CO::fI.I:T. ALL 1.10115 3D-fR1t1J1R_LC CLSI(!1 Da 1:T•CIITI'Jt/ A C PC+E \CD--- L5 O~DILYIC PRCif. IMG `.wi/100LLTN 17. N. T.• VLTMYCL NO. /NY // // /1 Q I t. G0. GUDGET t:0. ~ SHEF:T t:0. :NOTES: 2r3 . OF MAT/L- CORnI?`G m~77AD :_KQ RCG'D- 1 P£R UNIT 5T D WRLL TUBtiiG UNLE55 : OVTHERv~t: Z SEF--4}FIE-D ~ 2•X32 -O RIN.~ REGD 6=TWEEN ' . BuLB AND TCP, Sr-CUliED WITH l8A CLRMP ~~.._._ ._..1 ~ eoszosss I
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P LOMLLARD CO. OR"NYN D•/:R.r+.KRAUS ENuINLEhING DEVELCPIyIENT ;~;~o,; `,* IMM-IMN1 L[T'A REVISIONS RCV. NO. I DATC lASrnt.,1 LG 15.5 MM G.L1 ,.,-CALIBRATION N}AP.K (IO0 ML'-A8 ML) . j ~~.._.,.._.... .._. W.,..,,,,..._,.._....,.......a....,,.~..,,...• ..-_..........:._.___..•,..:..:,~~ ~. ::r_.._ _.. APPROVED oATC19-1?-'r.'.) TITLE:IDO ML VOI. UN1E-TR1C FLAS!? DATCt Q- 35 Ml._AUT_o_ ?U[2EY'rE I '•TNIS DR.AWIIIG IS TNt IAOPIMTT Of ): IORIIIARD CONPANT AND IS SUDltCT TO REfUPM UPON P[OUtYT. /T IS NOT TO Df COPI[D OII RCIFODUCfD..XOR IS 1T TO Ot USED /OR ANT /URPOSE OTNtR TNAN T/IAT fOR NIIICN IT WAS fURNISNtO. WITNOYT TNE YlRITTtY CON.fNt Of P.LORILLARD CONPANT. ALL p1611ff TO PATtNTAett DESIGN-0R-1KKC1/TION ARt RESfRYtD.- ' NO.REQD-IPER UN1T - CALI6RATION MARK ' ]4MMAQ- 16MM O.D~~ NOTES: :..MAT'L-CORNING t7740 . l`40. REdD- I PER SMO'rCtNG MACHINE ST'D WA~L.,TU61NG :.. -4 ... 505. .~ I `~ ~---bn1 ^n OR : (35ML=.1 ML) l2 n~M QR - ~ DVIG. tb.PL-l(O°3 BUDGET NO. SHEET TiO. OF 5 :GROIi\D.. i 0 FlT BURETTEI GRGUND TO SEAT F'L OAT S0G2056'7 . I
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0 DATG~t~~V~ P. LOIRILLARD GO. DMAWN DVtR,KI~cR11UG ENGI LET'A _- NEEFi1N3 DLIIELOPMENT Arrnovca DATO SMOKSNS APP.>RATUS sCALU 5 MM ~ 1MM RLIU.P.'/ UI'D! '•TNIS 6RAM'IYG IS 7N[ fFOP[RTT.O! !. LORIICAFD COI:IAYT A/10 IS SUDJ[C7 70 IT IS NO7 TO RL CDC~[D OR FClFODUC[D, NOR IS IT TO BC USED REVISIONS IOR.AMI lUFlOS[ CTN[>1 i RCY. Na DATL AlrROVCD r / R[00[Sf. MAN TNAT !OR NNICN IT WAS lUFMI.M[D: nlT11OU! TNC WFIT7CN CONS[NT OF P. LOAILLARD COYIAMT. A}L RIGM[L TO PATC~IT.ALLi D[SI6N ON INV[NTIONJ.RC R[SCRVCO.~_ ___I--_ y _ r-, 6UDGET 140. SHEET NO. OF ~~.~• . ~...._ ~.~ 7lTLE: REStVUR FOR 1_cRILLARp IDtiqG. tto. PL- 1700 8os2oss8- r
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~~ CAMBRIDGE METHOD P. LORILIhRD COMPANY, INC. APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT STANDARD PROCEDIJRE I. MATERIAL: TOBACCO SMOKE II. 'CHARACTERISTIC TO BE TESTED: Dry particulate matter and nicotine in mainstream smoke. III. OBJECT'OF TtE TEST: Quantitative analysis for dry partic- IV. ulate matter and nicotine in mainstream smoke. APPARATUS AND REAGENTSt 1. Smoke sampling apparatus (Phipps and Bird,, Inc., Richmond, Virginia) 2. Gas Chromatograph than 5 mu. 3. Spectrophotometer - Beckman DU or other instrument capable of accurately measuring absorbance in 200-300 mu range and having slit width not greater 4. Kjeldahl distillation apparatus 5. Analytical balance 6. Appropriate shaker (Burrell wrist-action Shaker, Burrell Corp., Pittsburg, Pa.) 7.' Microliter syringe - B. 1/4 in. Stainless steel tubing .10. Helium gas 9. 120-150 mesh Porapak Q(Waters Associates, Farmingham, Mass.) 11. Carrier gas humidifier (Sloan and Sublett. Sci. 9:70-74, 1965) cum .
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Page 2 - Tobacco Smol:e 12. Soap-Bubble Manometer. 13. Electric coil lighter. 14. Lucite filter holder. 15. Fiberglass filter disc (Cambridge Filter Corp. , East Syrcacuse, N. J. ) . 16. Lucite guide. 17. Dental dam~. 18. Rubber "0" ring. 19. Stop watch. 20. Serum bottles and rubber caps (30 ml.). 21. Rubber tubing (1/4" bore 1/16" wall). 22. Transfer pipets (10;m1.) (Automatic, Machlett Auto- ' Pipet, Fisher Scientific Co., N. Y., N. Y.). 23. Kjeldahl flasks (500 ml. ) . 24. Volumetric flasks (500 ml.). 25. Dioxane (Analytical Reagent grade). 26. Isopropanol (ACS Specification). ;; 27. Sodium hydroxide. , 28. Sodium chloride. 29. Hydrochloric Acid (conc.). 30. Antifoam emulsion. 31. Phenolphthalein test solution. 32. Muffle furnace. 33. Desiccators with anhydrous cAlcium chloride. 34. Berzelius beakers (600 tnl.), - 35. Filtering funnela (60 ° ) . 36. Fluted filter paper (Whatnan No. 2 37. Porcelain Crucibles (No. 0). 38. Silicotunggtic acid (Si02 . 12 V10,3 . 26 H20) . O Y ~ tJ O ,I . 0
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Page 3 - Tobacco Smoke V. I SAMPL?iTG YLAN. A. . Market Testing , 1. Two cartons of the product to be smoked are received from~ each of the retail market areas to be tested. Pro~iuction Sam lp in_ g. 1. Individual packages are collected five different ,times during an eight-hour production shift. 2. Twenty packages are selected at randoin during each sampling period. These packages are picked up as they are delivered from the different packing machines. 3. The complete :;ample from the production shift will thus be ten cartons. 4. Take one pack from each carton, combine into one carton, and label as carton 1. ~ . Take a second pack from each of tbe original cartons, combine into one carton, and label a3 carton 2. . VI. PREPARATION: a 1. Open the packages and hold cigarettes in controlled atmosphere (75 ± 20 F. and 60 ± 2% R.H.) for at least 24 hours. 2. From the first carton, select five packs at random and corrbine. Label as Sample A. a. Determine average weight. cb . b. Select eight cigarettes with a weight within t 20 milligrams of the average weight. ~ ~. c. Mark each cigarette for a-25•mm. butt length, being careful not to puncture-the paper. • d. A. Non Filter I Air flow through each cigarette is recorded.
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Page a - Toba;.=co Smoke :l. 3. The remaining five packs from carton 1 are prepared in the s~.rne iatlnnct and labeled as sample B. 4. The second~ car toIl is treated' in the same mann?r as carton 1, thus obtaining sample C and sample D. 5. To minimize exposure, each group of eight ciga- rettos should be l.ept in reparaLe aiftighE: containers except when being handled. 6. Make four determinations for smoke content, one for each group of eight cigarettes. In'making one determination, four cigarettes are sttioked through each of two filter assemblies. .B. Filter Cig,arettes 1. Open the packages and hold cigarettes in controlled atmosphere (75 ± 20 F. and 60 ± 2% R. H.) for at least 24 hours. , 2. From the first carton, select five packs at random and coitabine. Label as sample A. a. Determine average weight. i I b. Select sixteen cigarettes with a weight within ,± 20 milligrams of the average weight. Divide these into two groups of eight and place each group in a separate container and label one group control and the other filter. •.e. Remove the filters from the group marked control and reweigh the cigarettes. d. Mark each cigarette at the appropriate butt length, being carerul not to puncture the paper. ,Butt lengths are determined~by the width of the tipping paper plus three rrm., with a minimum butt length of 25 mm. e. Air flow through each cigarette is recorded. G
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Page 5 - Tobacco Smoke 3. The remaining five packs from carton l are pre- J. pared in the same mannerr and labeled a:s sample 4. The second carton is treated in the same manner as carton 1, thus obtaining sample C and sample D. 5. To minimize exposure, each group of eight ciga- rettes should be kept in separate airtight containers except when being handled. 6. Make four determinations for smoke content, one for each group of eight cigarettes. In making one determination, four cigarettes are smoked through each of two filter assemblies. VII. PRCvEDURE': A. , Set-up Equipment 1. The reservoir on the smol:e sampling device is attached to a cold water outlet and the water turned on. 2. The device is activated by two toggle switches. '. 3. The device is checked for puff volume (35 ± .5 mis.) duration (2.0 ± .2 sec.), and frequence (1 puff per 60 ± 1 sec.). Puff volume should be checked before . and after each smoking run with smoke collection trap in the system. This is measured by means of a stop watch and soap bubble manometer. 4. With a lucite guid'e, place rubber membrane on filtor holder by inserting offset end!of lucite guide through hole in rubber membrane and then into entrance tube of filter holder; holding guide and membrane firmly against filter holder, roll rubber "0" ring over guide and into position around'membrane and in groove on entrance tube. It may sometimes be necessary to center aperture and adjust its , diameter by manipulating rubber membrane.
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Page 6 -- Tobacco Smoke I 5. Fit glass fiber filter disc into filter holder with rough side toward port through which ciga- rette is inserted. Position teflon gasket with flat side resting against filter disc, and screw in lucite plug securely against gasket. Tighten with special wire wrench with ends fitted into two soc}:ets on bac]: of plug~. 6. Wipe gently with soft cloth or tissue and weigh filter assembly to nearest 0.2 milligram. VIII. SP,:OI'UNG PROCEDUP.E: A. Connect filter as:;embly to the smoking machine by a short piece of rubber or other suitable tubing with heavy enough wall so that cigarette and filter assembly will be held in a horizontal position (Figure 1). B. Keep volume between filter holder and machine to a minimum. (Do not use surge flasks in smoking machine assembly.) C. Test smoking apparatus and filter assembly for leaks. D. A sample containing 4 cigarettes is placed in front of each of the four ports. E. Insert cigarette through hole in rubber membrane until end of butt is approximately flush with the inner end of holder tube. Take care that butt does not come in contact with filter disc. F. Withdraw cigarette slightly so that the lip of orifice in rubber membrane projects outward and forms a snug fitting collar without crimping or pinching the ciga- rette. G. A stop watch is started when the first cigarette is lit (electric coil lighter suggested) and the remaining 3 ports are lit at 15 sec intervals as the device takes a puff.
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Page 7 - Tobacco Smo'j'€e H. x. J. The cigarette is removed when the fire cone passes through the prescribed mark during a puff, care bei_ng taken that no smoke leaks out. This is accomplished by squeezing the butt with a pair of tweezers at the exact moment the fire cone passes on to the mark, removing the butt and immediately inserting a new cigarette. .If a cigarette does not burn~ through the mark duri.ng a puff but does burn through the mark before the next puff occurs, it is removed in the same manner as above; but it is removed only a second before the next puff occurs. The time required to smoke the cigarette to a specified butt length is recorded. K. The remaining 3 cigarettes in each sample are smoked in the same manner. L. After last cigarette is smoked to the mark, and~removed, allow one clearing puff to pass through each filter assembly before removing it from the smoking assembly. M. Disconnect filter assembly, remove dental dam, gently wipe and reweigh to the nearest 0.2 of a milligram, N. Record gain in weight (see Calculation A 1). 0. P. Open the filter assembly and using tweezers carefully fold the filter and wipe all the inner surfaces of the lucite filter with the original filter holder. Place the filter in a clean, dry stoppered'serum bottle. The inner surface of the filter assembly is wiped a second time with a quarter section of a Cambridge filter and this section is placed in the bottle with the original filter~. Q. Immediately add 10 ml of dry dioxane-isopropanol solution.* ~ An analytical zeagent grade of dry dioxsna is prepared with 1 part isopro7anol per 100 parts dioxane. 80620$`''J$ 'I . .;. .
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P,age 8 - Tobacco Smoke R. Restopper the serurl bottle and place on a shaker for 20 minutes. S. The remaining 3 filter aFSse:nhliQS ara treated in th3 same manner as above. IX. MOISTURE DETERt-IINATION: A. ChYomatogra}?hic Parameters 1. Column - 3 ft X 1/4 in. Stainless Steel tubing packed with 120-150 mesh Porapak Q having 70 theoretical plates per foot. 2. Column temperature - 190° Centigrade 3. Injection port temperature - 240° Centigrade 4. Detector, thermal conductivity - 200° Centigrade 5. Carrier gas -' Helium passed through a humidifier 108 ml/min 6. Bridge current - 210 ma 7. Sensitivity - Adjusted to give full scale response on a 1 mv recorder for a water concentration of 4 mg/ml H. Procedure . 1. A 10 A. sample is withdrawn through the rubber serum cap and subjected to gas chromatography. In the event that the water content to be determined exceeds 4 mg/ml, a 5 X injection is used since the injection of large amounts of water can lead to non-linear responses. The „ remaining extract is retained for nicotine analysis. 2, One and one-fourth unsmoked filter pads are sub- jected to the above.procedure to obtain an appropriate blank. 3.. Determine water content. (See Calculations B l. ) 8os2o5'7s .
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Page 9 - Tobacco Smoke X. NICOTILeL ArIALYSYS: A. .~?S actro hoto~antric --- ~ 1. 2. The serum bottles are rinsed several times with portions of O.IN HC1. Total volume not to exceed 50 ml for each serum bottle. 3. Each of the remaining samples are treated in the same manner as above. Transfer the diorane--i.sopropanol extracts and pads, representing the eight cigarettes smokedd for Sample A to a 500-•m1 Kjeldahl flask. 4. Fit flask for steam distillation with steam inlet tube, spray trap and condenser. 5. Steam distill the acid solution for 10 to 15 minutes, •keeping volume approximately constant by applying additional heat. Discard'condensate. 6. Stop steam distillation, place a 50Q-ml vol flask containing 25 ml of 1:11 HC1 under condenser •with condenser tip dipping into acid solution; ad'd carefully 25 ml of NaOH:-NaC1 solution (30% NaOH by weight saturated with NaCl) to distillation flask, and connect immediately. 7. Maintain 75 to 100 ml volume in Kjeldahl flask and rapidly steam distill until volume of distillate is about 450 ml. ~ O 8. Remove and allow distillate to come to room N temperature, make up to volume with distilled ~ water, and mix. ~ 9. Determine the absorbance of distillate at 236, 259, and 282 mu against blank of .05N 'riCl usinq 1 cm cells. 10. Calculate total weight of nicotine in smoke sample. (See Calculations D 1.)
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Page 10 - Tobacco Smoke Grayimetr ic 1. Place 150 ml tap %•:ater and 2.5 ml of 6N Y.CJ. into each Kjeldahl flask. 2. Transfer the dioxane-isopropanol extracts and pada, repreaenting th¢ ei.ght cigarettea cmoJzod for Sample A to a 500-mi KJeldahl flask. 3. Add'to each solution 15 ml of 50% by weight NaOH solution. 4. Test for alkalinity with a few drops of phenophthalein test solution. 5. Add a smail amount of anti-foam and connect the flasks to the steam distillation apparatus. To the terminal end of the condenser, attach a delivery tube (8 mm I.D. glass tubing 8 to 10 'inches long). 7. Into a 600-m1 Berzelius beaker, pour 25 ml of of 1:4 HC1 artd place the beaker so that the tip,or- the delivery tube is below the acid surface. 8. Bring the smoke solution to a gentle boil by external heat, then introduce steam until a light spray is notEid in the Kjeldahl connecting bulb. 9. Regulate heat: and steam to maintain a constant Q' volume in the Kjeldahl flask throughout the Qj distillation. N O _ Cf1 10. After approximately 500 ml of dis_tillate are -QDcollected in the beaker, wash the outside and inside of the delivery tube with distilled water'. All washings go into the beaker. 11. Check for complete distillation of nicotine by collecting 1 ml of distillate from tip of delivery
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Page 11 - Tobacco Smoke tube in a test tube containing approximately 1 ml of 1:4 FICl. Add 2 drops of silicotungstic acid solution.* A precipitate or clouding!indicates the presence of nicotine. , . 12. If' test is negative, turn off steam and heat; if not, continue with the distillation until complete. 13. The beakers are removed and 5 ml of silicotungstic acid~solution is added to the distillate and stirred. 14. Stir once or twice more at one hour intervals. Cover and allow to stand overnight. 15., Check for complete precipitation by adding a few drops of silicotungstic acid solution to each beaker. No further precipitate or clouding indicates complete precipitation. 16. Filter each iolution separately through fluted Whatman No. 2 filter paper. 17. Wash the precipitate 6 times with small portions of 1:1000 HC1. 18. Transfer the precipitate and filter paper to a corresponding previously tared crucible. 19. Place the covered crucible in a muffle furnace at 900oC. After 15 minutes, remove the cover and place beside the crucible. The specimen and crucible are left in the furnace for 1 to 1 1/2 hours or until completely ashed. 20. Remove the crucible and cover, and place in desiccator until equilibrium with room temperature is reached. 21. Weigh on analytical balance and calculate nicotine as milligram per cigarette. (See Calculations D 2.) ~Dissol.ve 120 gm oi ailicotungstic acid in 1000 r;1l of distilled ~320. :
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Page 12 - Tobacco Smoke Y.T. CALCUIhT'IO;vS a 11. Total Particulate M.-itter 1. Ws - Wb 4 TPWcigt where W s is tha weight of the filter and assembly after smoking, and 47b is weight of filter and: assembly before smoking, and TPtJ is Total Partica ulatQ Matter. I 1. The moisture content of the TPM is read from a calibration curve prepared from standards made by adding known amounts of water to 10 ml portions of dioxane-isopropanol solvent (Figure 4). The ratio of the peak heights of water to isopropanol (Figure 5) is plottcd against milligrams of water added:. The resulting straight line intercepts the Y axis at a ratio above zero representingthe initial water content of the dioxane-isopropanol stock solution. Construction of a parallel line passing through the origin gives a standard curve from which water content of the filter pad extract can be read directly. Since the isopropanol serves as an internal standard, ths exact injection volume is not critical. W 4 a wher'e Mt ~ Total milligrams of water in smoko solution M m Hilligrams of water in blank Corrected moisture in smoke solution in Gfl a . milligrams/cigt . • O. m O 8. Moisture
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Page 13 - Tobacco Smol:e 0 C. TPt4 - tic ~ Dry particulate matter in railligrar,3.s/ci,gv. Dr ParticuZate M.;3tter. -- D. Nicot ine 10, Spoctrophotometric Method A' 259 " 1.059 j A259 1/2 (p'236 + A282 ~ A'259 " Absorbance of nicotine corrected for background ~ A'25g X 500 Total wt of nicotine (mg) a X b where a p Absorptivity of nicotine in 0.05N HC1 solution and b is cell length. ' . Determine a by a A O c X b where A is absorbance at 259 mu and c is concen- tration in g./L of standard solution of pure nicotine in 0.05N HC1. Wt nicotine milligram/cigt ~ Total weictht of nicotine (mcl) 8 m O . C~ 2. Gravimetric blethod ~ Gl C Wt of crucible and precipitate - (wt of ~ crucible + Wt of paper blank)*) 0.1425 ~ Wt of nicotine in milligacam;/cigt. * The ash blank is given on filter paper box. Approved by Standards Committee January 31, 1967
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FIGU3tE 5 Height of Water Peak in mm w -' 77. 5 Height of Isopropanol Peak in mm  131.5 77.5 . . r ~ 131.5 59 ~ ratio of Water to Isopropanol 0 ; 2 4 Tima ~ j (minutes )
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SQC-55 P: LOP.9LLARD COINPANY APPLIED RESFARCH DIVISION QUALI: Y Cii: : R0:. .^.iiPi.2:Y.Eh'P SXaO11[, R::S'ULTS PRODU:.TIO\ E::7I::.; r'irGh 25, 1966 70 .._... ._..•:+P '._ ......~oro RLmov I Errol- Filter zamQya2 I . 80 1 ~ 1 l l I ( I : '. a: O ~ ( Som^. Aw a: o= ll l r 85 mn. 3:EN^ G:oc:-boro rjul'0 3/li/uu l u_)_'Z :.Uui U.53 J.2u 1;.u I 16.2 3y.J 2.U4 1.31 35.7 G.~U3 1.U:~ 0.53 U.1: 19 I 15.5 39.9 2.02 1.24 38.6 85 n.n. ;C::~:T Louisville . I .•~a nan o~ 85 rLn. OLD GOLD :'iLi r:R IAuisville l l ~ . oi f
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r f~.. .-V:1..... L l"\.-\..J CQ.Y. P P1N Y Li i u.uW 1WJ/1\alL~j LLYaJ~G.i V~.:1'..~. ~ \.......~va. .....•a.\.......a ;~ :.VJ\:. ....." ....., : •. .W..Iu. J :.\VJ\/\.~.~Vl• ....\~VJ ....J....J iv1'1'Ci/ 2'r1', 1JU'G Lorillard Method 1 ,J .. ! 7-! 0.53 1 0 . 2 'l.. ~ .... ~ • 30. 1.50 5V 0.9: . I 35.3 60 . lVr..........wro 0.2 1.Gb I : 0 . I 0'.53 I0.2'• I ?' 46.9 1 v 1 OS 5 E0, ;~. G. :G I' O. ~G j! i. _...8 I 51.3' I 1.9Z 1.03 I ;G. . °5 G: ;oro -/_10~, 0.091 I '-. il.. 4 0155 I 0.2 ~ -- I _ 7 ~ :'S., f 2.16 II 1 •: 7. 2~, 7.2 v~ •t'•: 0.53 I 0.2-: 7. I 1 .l 4&.9 2'.O0 1 1D 47.4 8 - 5 . , _,... 0.50 I 0.2' i 2 7.2 I 1-.8 I 4 9.3 ( 2,,, I 1.0& I 48.& loan G= I ~ ~•.G"!, G.'9 I 0.?2 ~ 27 I 1 5 I 50.2 2.03 1.05 49.3 8'S G_ -_ ;< i~vi llc !'.. 2 i "' ~ 0.53 I G."_'s ~ .. " 2 17 I 27 I 1 41 5 . . . . 1 I - .
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P. LOR YLiA1Z7~ CO., INC. RESE.'~32CH DIVl'SION. QUALITY CO:::ROL DEPARTMENT S::OiC; A:C+L1'SIS i+::J BUiZ:+I::G TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODC:.TI02: LITTLE CIGARS hO:; F'ILT-ERS, W Ei:X 4/22/66 --- C"aaracteristic Tested ---- DFTS~c.t:` ;E-ACT 23 "T.. Butt ---- - - MADISON 23 mm. Butt Sc:oke Analysis Present Sam.alc ' D.can of I Last 56 Samples , Present Sample ' Mean of Las 56 Sample- PTaight I 1.1211) ~ 1.116 1.121 1.114' Draw I 0.33 ` 0.37 0.37 II 0.39 'a 39. 8 4 1. 3 35.0 34.2 Sicotine 5.53 5.66 4'.39 4.31 (cactio:t to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Bas.i1c Burn Test. - . Static -CO:lplete Cigar 17 20 22 22 -1/2 Cigar 3 ` 2 0 0 -1/3 Cigar 2 2 3' 2 out immediately , 2 0 0 0 DynaTic -Tir.,e in seconds --=-- ----- ----- ----- -5~ Burned Co,;ipletely ----- ----- ----- SQC-36 4,
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p. LGRILL~IRD Co.. I::C. RESF.f.RCS DIVaSIOS Qi.~'1LITY CO:,-1Z0L DEPARTMEh'T SKOiE Fi2:f~LYSIS AND IIUi2NLtiG TEST REPORT h'EBKLY PRODv: ; IO:: LITTLE CIGARS ~ . FIL.iR 4/22/66 I CharactcriStic Tested 25 mm. Butt FRZx 35 mm. Butt S::OiC3 n71411~f81S Present Sample Pican of Zsst 28 Samples Present Samplo hSean of Las 28 Sample 'r7cight -Control. 0.975 , 0.972 1.500 1.470 -Complete 1.112 1. 108. 1.654 1.627 Draw -Control 0.46 0.46 0.48 0.50 -Complete 0.27 0.29 0.37 0.38 Tar -Control 52.2 I 56.6 55.4 53.1 -Complete 34.1 ` 37.0 41.4 39.8 -~ Rer„oval kaicozine-Control 34.7 6.26 34.6 6.68 25.3 7.38 25•.0 • 7.30 -Cor2nlete 3.66 3.93 5.42 5.31 -'/ Rcmoval 41.5 41.2 26.6 27.3 Reaction to Litmus Basic i Basic Basic Basic Burn Test Static -Complete Cigar 12 7 - 6_ 18 - -1/2 Cir,ar 1 2 2 1 -1/3 Cigar 6 I 8 12 3 -S4cnt out immediately 5 7 4 2 _Fyriamic -Tirse in •~ seconds ----- I ----- ----- ~ ----- " -~ Burncd completely ----- ----- ----- S AC-'i 7
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SQC-54 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 4/22/66 85 mm. DAt:'VILi..F Greensboro WeiGtlt Draw Tars Nicotine Control , Filter Control ~ Fil'ter 'Corntrol l Filter Rem val IControl~ Filter Remov =i/:.'C/ub o.i;Su 1.025 ' 0.55 0.2'u 23- 1;.8 43.7 UU bcan of : Tests 1.03G/ 0.5-1 U. 26.1.1 16.J 43.1' 2 1 -~ j. 39.01 85 mm. NE+,%PO2T Greensboro #1126 1/22/06 ir'.9C0 t.(i3 0' 0.54 tJ.2't.~ J 2; i:,.E; 36.3 2.08 L1.39 I~ 33.2 N.ean of tL' Tests W..06 1.639 0.5•1' U.2^j .) 26..~ 17.1 1 11 '6 ") J . 2.2ja 1 1.4,8 \ N O ~' a.--.mw .
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SQC-54 . P. LORfLLS,RD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION, QUALITY CON:RJL DSP.IRT IMNT C S::OiCa ..~.\.1i.Y5IS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD E ..DISG 4/22/66 QO ^m-.~u W? ' ch. ~ DYaw ~ r ~ l ~ CQhr~ IF ;i r rc ~ ti/2=/uo G.a 3 1.'v17 U.5.: u:._ _.~ I 15.4 38.6 1.97 1.31 33.5 v~ - .an oz U.b79 l.0_3 0.51 U._'' U.; 1G.2 3t3'.6 2.23 1.44 35.4 85 4/ 2/b~ I 0.010 I 1.04,15 0.57 v._". I I 2u.~3 I 1u.3 3ff.7 2.16 1.41 34.7 jaa o= 3.906 1.037 0.55 u.:"'~ 27.c 17.4 37.4 2.32 1.52 34.4 Y/t'2/uo I', 0.530 I 1.068 0.53 0.:: = t 7'. .L ( II 13.2 51.3 1.69 0.99 47.6 I o: i 26 0.527 1.Gu; 0.5U U. < '6.~ i3:6 49.5 1.93 1'.01' 46.8 0 OrD c;cLn -s r,w I b/~2/u6 0.915 18.2 1.43 vean of 5o T 0. ji9 0. 19 1E3.6 1.43 OI: "OL7 S^~qrC t,~ G.-r, ,_. 4/22/66 1.090 0.4u I- 23.U 1:01 ~Yean of 56 -,, 1.097 i). 22.9 1.75 m O'2 ' -rc,^sor 4/22/66 1.133 23.6 1.89 rvean of ~u r 1. 136 u.73' 23.7 1.87
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SOC-55 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEhRCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTl41ENT S.V.Oi,rE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 4/22/66 70 m•n. :"E`T Greensboro Lorilliard Method > , %~' o _ 1 r) ~• i nrl p- I ^ ~ ~ iU.70 J G.8~6 u.SO 0.32' I l~. _ 0 .9 0.9 33~.2 1.52' U.67 42'.8 ~:ean of Gc:m I0.770 0.5971 0.53 0.2'o i..1~ 11.3 43.2 1.50 0.:0' 40.0 80 nm. K:.I.:. 'Grecnsboro 1/22/u3 I O.:a J~ I i.ull 0.56 U.2-3 1-2, .i: •16.< l.&5 1.07 42.2 N.an of . c r U.2c4 1.U:i O.S3 0.2. 2•..c J 12.8 •1'6.7 1.66 1.05 43.5 80 mm. KT-.,N'T LouisviLle ~/j~/cc I G.-,I}5 -Na~an of ce U.::&9 1.014 1.U12 0.-,1G U.-'.6 0.23 01.22' 23.5 ~! 2 4'.ii i3.•1 12'.y 43.0 47.6 1.65 1.62 1.13 1.02' 40.2 44.0 85 mm. IC1T Greensboro 1/22/ue U.897 1.027 0.58 U.2'. 23.3' I 13.6 51.9 2.16 1.10 49.1 M.ean of :G e O.E 1.028 0.53 0.2-' 2.06 1.10 46.6 85 m.;i. ~,::.A'T Louisville ./22/ti6 0.&V2 i.U3G U.51 0.2: 3~;.; 13.5 49.6 2.15 1.10 48.8 :iean of =8 ,, U.8'37 1.024 0.50 0.23 27.0 13.5 50.J 2.04 1.05 48.5 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTEit Louisville 1.021 I 0.54 I 0'. 2c 2?. I 1•:.3 47.1 2.06 1.19 42.2 :fc -t o: s~ •~ J.Ei75 l.Olti ' 0.51 v.2 15. 0 45.7 2.05 1.19 42.0 1
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P. LORILL1c2D CO., INC. RESEARCH DIVISION. QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS NO:1' FILTERS BETWEEti-THE -ACTS MADISON Characteristic Tested 23 mm. Butt 23 mm. Butt Smoke Analysis Present Sample I'N.ean of Last Present Sample Mean of Last ~+ Samples 64 Samples 4seig:.t i.116 1.134 1.117 Draw 0.3~ 0.37 U.37 0.39 Tar -1'2.G •1i.4 34'.0 34.2 Nicotine 5.87 S.69 4.36 4.31 ~.action to Litmus: Easic :J;.:,;:i~c Fsasic Basic Burn Test Static -Complete Cigar 1~ 19 14 21 -1/2 Cigar ~ - 3 1 ~ ~ -1/3 Cigar 6 2 7 2 -Went out immediat ely 0 1 0 0 , ~ Dynamic -Time in seconds ----- ----- ----- ----- f -/ Burned: Completely ----- ----- --~- ~ SQC-36 . ,:
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P.. IARSLT.IRD Co., INC. RESR.ARCH DIVISION QUALITY C G..ii2OL Dc. PARTMEiv'T SMUKE AIQ;~LYSIS AND BU'R:7ItiG TEST REPORT WY.EiCLY PRODU. T IO.; LITTLE CIGARS F I LTER Cnaracteristic Tested OXEGA 25 mm. Butt RIK 35 mm. Butt Smoke Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last J2 Samples Present Sample Mean of Ia 32 Sampl Weight -Control i. 4fs9 i.473 -Complete l.i1G 1._+;; l.Gb3 1.629 Draw -Control 6.47 0.52 0..50 -Complete J'.:iC :1.29 0.40 0.38 Tar -Control ~%•~ ~3'.-3 53.1 -Complete 3-..3 .i7.~ -1,j.7 39.9 -/ Removal ~ 36.7 ..:.~ 23.8 24.9 Nicotine-Control 6.05 u.6b 7.56 7.34 -Complete 3.7) 3.1) 1 5.37 5.32 Removal 43.:. 29.2 27.5 Reaction to Litmus Da~lc Lasic Basic Siaaic Burn Test ~ Static -Complete _ Cigar 6 _ 7 14 18 -1/2 Cig ar 3 2 2 1 -1/3 Cigar ~ L' ~ 4 -Went out immediately 5 7 U 1 ~''ynamic -Time in seconds -°"' . "-- ----" ~ -~ Burned °' compl~etely I ---_~ r=
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f P. LORILLARD CO:dPii:IY SQC-54 APPLIED RESEARCIi DIVISION QUtILTTYCOD;Ti2OL DEPARTMENT SMOi{E ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 5/5/u6 8!5 mm. DAWILL.:; Greensboro {+iei ght Draw ~ Tars Nicotine l l Control Filter Controli Filter Control Filter Removal Control iFilter ,Remov iuluu u.IJ'] 1.031 0.55 45.9 2.02 1.1't9 ! 41. N..~~an of •;cSTests G.::9'. i.il3'u' 0144 O.: ~ _. i 15.t1 43'.u 2.12 1.29 39. 80, mm. Ni.:-7PORT Greensboro, #1126 il.iiav _.02C 0.-2£S i;.27 t5.Ai 39.7 1.96 1.31 33. Mean of Tests v.;;s3 1.u/2 U,51 0.31 16.3 30.1 2.16 1.43 33. C 85 mm. NEWPORT Greensboro #1126 • V.913 1 0 9 ;9 0.5i 0.::'~ c .4 33.9 2.03 1.40 31~. N ean of 3--Tests I, U.9U7 1.(i"1°J U.'?': 2,. : 17.0 3ti.l 2.23 l.rs7 34'. 1. (;._.
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SQC-54 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH' DIVISION QUALITY COJITROL DEPARTMENT C SMOKE~ ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTIO:'PERIOD ENDING 5/°/ob 0 80 mm ~- 'PO T Gr~s11s1'Z_~ 0 4eien D aw T rs Nicotin Q r I ~ o o~ o % a 5/uJuL O.~iSO . .U1=~ v.:G G.3:) 23.9 J.S.o 34.7 2.U5 1.30 36.6 ti:ean of ~.G:3' 0.51 G.'l ::u.:! tu.2 38.2' 2.22 1.43 35.6 '4Et.,PO• `I1 rC nO o :/6/f:G v.Gw1 .037 0.59 U.30 : 6. j 16.2 3J.£s 2.22 1.40 ' 36.9 ALan of ;: +:.1Uu .G37 U.::6 0.2-1 27'.7 17.3 37.5 2.31 1.51 34.6 P e _ o ,o. S/- /G`v 0.`32t~ .u5s O.L5 0.2 ~ 13.b 45.7 1.83 1.01 4'4.8 of 2 0.i33 F.vu2 (G.'.y.: 26.7 13.0 -t23.7 I1.159 1':U1 d'6.6 0 m m. OL,n C OL RT+TGHT Gre ensboro '' Draw 5luf~u 0. 922 0.53 17.6 1.4u Mean of o~• Tests 0.°'15 u.-'s~ 18.4 1.G3 } m m. OL GOLD .aTG.m Gre ensboro ~ 1.097 u..9 23.U 1.8'3 _ Ncean of o. Tests :.'.097 0..}4: 22.9 1.79 5/o/ub 1.1Z5 u.:L 24.6 1.97 ~ :Iean of e-S 1.134 23.9 ~ 1.85+
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SOc-55 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEF\RCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 5/6/6d 70 mm. KENT Greensboro Lorillard Method 0 i o % f . Y of .,ean o~ Tests . 80 mm. KENT Greensboro 5/u/u:i G.cc^J2 F..o0Z; Ju.7 :i U.15 2;S.t; 12.7 46.2' 1.64 l.Cr3 44.0, Mean of 32 TesU J.ESiS U.S=. u.2'1 12.6 46.7 l.bti 1.05 43.5 80 mm. KENT Louisville 5rt o6 v.S75 '.0J3 U.~'.~6 l:j .u 13.3' 4'6.8' 1.93 1.03 46.6 Mean of 3"2' m s u.:;c37 S.Uli9 0.4Ci 0. 22 ' ?•S. 6 12'. 9 47.6 1.83 1.02 4-1.3 85 mm. KENT Greensboro 5/u/6~, u.89i 1 , . J2s U.52 0.2•:- 26.2 48.9 1.99 1.07 46.2 Mean of 3z e sts U.a9w .026 0.5•. Ci.2:^.• '7.2 13.8! 49.3 2.U5 1.10 46.3 85 mm. KENT Louisville :/(3/6u 0.605 .G2Z1 0.4L 0.23 20'.2 i4.2 4H.b 2.08 1.14 45.2 .N,ean of ~.4 Tests :l.C:37 .024 0.49 0.23 27.2 13.6 50. 0 2.05 1.06 4$.3 85 mm, OLD GOLD I'ILTER Louisville .03v 0.40 u.2`_ _.. , 15.u 4,5.1 2.15 1.25 41.9 ~ of 0.6u1 .017 0.51 . u._i,) ::7.'/ 15.1 45.6 '1.0u 1.19 42.2
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P. IARIhLARD CO., INC. Ir RESEARCH DIVISION. QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTbENT SMOKE ADALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS NON FILTERS Wee1. L''nd'iny 5/20/66 Characteristic Tested' BETWEFN'-TI'.E-ACTS 23 mm,, Butt 14,ADxSON 23 mm. Butt Smoke Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last 72 samples Present Sample Mean of Las 72 Sample Weight 1.123 1.117 1.135 1.119 Draw 0.43 0.38 0.37 0.38 Tar 42.9 41.5 34.1 34.2 Nicotine 5.80, 5.70 4.07 4.29 •action to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Basic 3urn Test Static -Complete Cigar 18 19 18 21 -1/2 Cigar 2 2 3' 1 -1/3 Cigar 4 3 3 2 -Went out immediately 0 0 0 0 Dynamic -Time in seconds ----- ----- ----- ----- -/ Burned Completely ----- ----- ----- ----- SQC-36
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LORILLARD CO., INC. RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMEh'T SMOKE'ANALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PROIDUCTION LITTLE CIGARS FILTER 5/20/66 Characteristic Tested OMEGA 25 mm. Butt ERIK 35 mm. Butt Smoke Analysis . Present Sample Mean of Last 36 Samples Present Sample ' Mean of La 36 Sampl Wei5ht -Control 1.022 0.978 1.494 1.475 -CompLete 1.150 1.113 1.646 1.631 Draw -Control 0.40 0.46 0.49 0.501 -Complete 0.24' 0.28 0.36 0.38' Tar.. -Control 52.8 55.9 50.1 52.8 -Complete 32.0 36.1 37.8' 39'.7 -~ Removal 39.4 35.4 24.6 24.8 ~ Nicotine-Control 6.65 6.67 6.67 . 7.26 -ConLnlete 3.78' 3.90, 4.89 5.27 -q Removal 43.2 41.5 26.7 27.4 Reaction to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Basic Burn Test Static -Complete Cigar 24 l 8 23 18 -1/2 Cigar 0 2 i 0 1 -1/3 Cigar 0 I 7 1 3 -Went out immediately 0 7 0 2 ^ynamic -Time in C seconds ----- ----- °--- ----- -~ Burned completely ----- ----- ----- ----- &I
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SOC-54 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION r~. .QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 5/20/66 85 mm. DANVILLE Greensboro Wei ht Draw Tars Nicotine l Control Filter Control Filter Control Filter Rem val ,Control Filter Remo 5/2J/66 0.894 1.029 0.53 0.26 27.4 15.2 44.5 2.06 1.20 41.8 Mean of 52'Tests , 0'89-3 i.030 0.54 0.26 27.9 15.8 43.4 2.12' 1.28 39.6 80 mm. NEWPORT Greensboro #1126 5/20/66 1 0.872 1.005 0.53 0.28 24.3 15.0 35.6 j l.94 1.27 34.5 Mean of 32 Tests 0.882 1.016 I 0.51 0.3U 2'5.3' 16.1 36.4 2.13 1.41 33.8 C 85 mm. NEti'7PORT' Greensboro #1126 5/20/66 0.900 1.035 0.56 I, 0.2D 26.1 15.8 38:0 2.05 1.32 35.6 Mean of 32 Tests 0.906 1.040 0.54 0.29 26.5 16.9 36.2 2.21 1.46 33.9'
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SQC-54 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE A,VALYSIS' RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDIIv'G' 5/20/66 ._ 1QES1PO.R T V-E 23 ib wei gn' D aw T o' e o ro~ . CO O1 '. O O ov 5/'O/G6 0.::52 I 1.01'E3 u.48 0.2a 25.:: 14.7 41.9 2.02 1.24 38'. Mean of 52 0.879 '1.013 j 0.51 0.2:; 2'2 16.1, 38.5 2.20 1.42 35. ht' PO re o 5/20/ieo , ' 0.904 1.0~0 ' 0.61 0.3:. 2:,.,': 15.8 38.8 2.04 1.38 32.4 nean of 52T O.~1Ou 1.033 0.56 0.2S 27.6 17.1 38.0 2.29 1.50 34. P re o o 5jr'0/66 v.92h 1.060 0.50 0.25 ' 20.9' 14.0 ' 48.0 1.99 1.06 46. -rfe(a~n of 3 6 0.926 1.033 0.51 0.2-'_• 26.7' 13.8 46.3 1.90' 1.02 46.3 0 mm. OLD GOL G s o 0 Draw 5/20/66 0.919 0.50, 1B.6 1.44 Mean of 72 Tests 0.50 18.5 1.43 mm. OLD OLD Ai 5/~O/~; 1.091 0.47 - 24.1 1.84 - Mean of 72 Tests 1.096 u.41 23.1 1.80 i ' ORIGr e bO ro . 5/2J/66 1.133 0.-.7 25.1 1.91 f Mean of 72 Tests 1.13: 1 24.0 1.89 t
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S Tests Test5 36 Tests TPSt4 N~: o s 0.798 10.901 10'.56 10.26 120.0 110.8 1,46.0 11.57 ~I 0.89 143.3 0.868 0.883 0.886 0.867 r 0.892 0.894 0.394 0.888' 0.890, 0.682 10.897 10.53 1 0.26 119.9 1 11.3 [43.2 11.51 1 0.90 140.4 0.994• 1.003 1.010 1.010 1.029 1.028 1.028 1.025 1.027 1.018 0.59 0.541 0.50 0.46 0.60 0.55 0.49 0.49 0.54 0.51 80 min. KENT Greensboro 0.24 0.24 ,0.23 0.22' 0 1. 24 0'.2a 01.24 0.23 0.25 0.25 2:'.0 241.0 80 mm. IITh'T Louisville 25.1 24.7 .85 mm. KBNT'Greensboro 27.6 27.3 27.9 27.3 29.0 2 7.0 13.2' 12.8 12.6 1!2.9 14.0 13.8 85 mm. KENT' Louisville 13.0 13.5 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER Louisville ,16.0 15.2 45.0 46.7 49.8 47.8 49.3 49.4 53.4 50.5 44.8 45.3 1.85 1.85 1.96 1.85 2.14 2.06 2.10 12.05 2.36 2.09 1.10~ 1.05 , 1.03 1.02 1.10 1..06 1.06 40.5 43.2 47.4 44.9 48.1 46.6 49.5 1.40 40.7 1.22 I 41.6 48.3 r 5 /2-0/66 Mean of 32 7/20/66 Mean of 36 5/20/66 Mean of i/20/66 Mean of 36 ;/20J66 3 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUA LITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 5/20/66 7&mm. KENT Greensboro SQC-55 Lorillard Method O tD
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P. IARILTsARD CO., INC. RESF.FII2CH nIVISIOiJ QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTbENT i SMOKE ANALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS NON FILTERS WEEK ENDING 6/3/66 Characteristic Tested BETWEEN-THE-ACTS 23 mm. Butt MADISON 23 mm. Butt Smoke Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last 80 Samples Present Sample Mean of Las 80 Sample Weight 1.1138 1.119 1.101 1.117 Draw 0.34 0.38 0.42 0.39 Tar 37.7 41.1 29.4 33.7 Nicotine 5.40 5.67 4.00 4.26 ~2action to Litmus Basic I Basic Basic Basic Burn Test Static -Comp1 ete Cigar 24 20 24 21 -1/2 Cigar 0 2 0 1 -1/3 Cigar 0 2 0 2 -Went out immediately 0 0 0 0 Dynamic -Time in seconds ----- ----- ----- ----- -% Burned Completely ----- ----- ----- ----- 8QC-36
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'' p. IARILT.NRD CO., INC. RfiSEAiCB DIUISYOS QIk1LITY CONTROL DEPARTI•SENT SN•OKE AN7iLYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS FILlPER WEEK ENDING 6/3/66 C• O R R E C T E C O P Y Characteristic Tested oAiEGA 25 mm. Butt BRI1G 35 mm. Butt o.ke AnaLsis Sm y ~esent Sample I Mean of Last 40 Sa,nples Present Sample j A'.2an of Ia 40 SampZ weight -Control 0.969 0.977 1.478' 1.475 -Complete 1.109 1.113' 1.627 1.631 Draw -Control 0.44 0.46 0.52 0.50 _ -Complete 0.26 0.28 0.38 01.38 Tar. -Control 47.4 55.1 48.5 52.4 -Complete 30.3 35.6 36.6 39.4 ~ -~ Remova]. 36.1 35.4 24.5 24.8 Nicotine-Control 5.67 6.57 I 6.60 7.19 -Complete 3.35 3.85 4.84 5.23 -'/ Removal 40.9 41.4 26.7 27.3 Reaction to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Basic Burn Test Static -Complete Cigar 19 10 22 19 _ -1/2 Cigar 4 2 0 1 -1/3 Cigar 1 7 2 3 -Went out immediately 0 5 0 1 C-mamic -Time in seconds ----- ----- - ----- ----- i -'~ Burned : completely ' ----- ----- • ----- :_ ----- , ~ __:_.~_.' _:..:-... .-. ~~:~ . ~ . .. . ... .. . .. ni.~._~.r .-
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SOC-54 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH'DIVISION ,QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT • SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PER'IOD ENDING 6-3-6G 85 mm. DAnVILLE Greensboro Wei ht Draw Tars Nicotine % / ,Control Filter Control Filter Control Filter Removal ,Control Filter Remov v/3/iu u.u:5 i.0 u~ u.57 14.7 43.7 1.94 1.13 41.8 Mean of .4" Tests 1.031 0.Si ~:7.v 15.1 44.1 2.05 1.23 40.U 80 mm. NEWPORT Greensboro #112'6 c5~'3/v5 u. °; 7 0.51 U...:+ =5. u i4.91 -, 0.4 l. 93 1.24 35.8 Mean of 0.3L'2' .u17 0.5x U.1u ?.'ci. L. u' 3G'.8' L.11! 1.39 34.1 Tests C 85 mm. NEWPORT Greensboro #1126 :i/3/ou t).J23' i.u:i3 0.58 U.~S :4.i 16. 1 33.2 i.yU. 1.22 35.8 N,ean of ~ i 1;'U Tests 0.:•Ua ~1.('-:1 0.::: Q,.2~ .. .3 16,.8 1 36.1 2.1l; 1.43 34.4 ~. • ..
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SQC-54 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESs..z1RCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTDEN'T SMOKE ANALYSIS RESLTUPS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 6/3/66 80 ma. LIEt9PORT Greensb0ro Wei ght ID at j, p . l C % n y6 6/3/66 0.889 11. 022 0.52 0.26 ', 23.1 15.3 34.3 1.96 1.26 35.7' blean of 24^ 01.882 11.016 0.51 0.28 I 24.9' 15.6 37.3' 2.07 1.34 35.3 pp , ,-e o 0 6/3/66 0.911 1.047 0.54 0.29 25.4 16.0 ,37.0 2.02 1.32 34.7 :dean of 24T 0.908 1.041 0.58 0.29 26.7 16.6 ,37.8 2.20 1.43 35.0 P o -a.( ' 01. 3 26.9 13.6 49.4 1.9 0.97 50.0 ~an of n a 0 O GOLD GHT_Gre ensboro i P 6/3/66 0.926 0!.52 19.2 1.54 Mean of 80 0.920 01.50 18.5 1.44 OL T 6/3/66 1.091 0.47 - 23.7 - 1.88 - Mean of 80 Tests 1.096 0.44 23.1 1.81 O r 6/3/66 1.127 0.47 23.6 1.73 C Kean of J . 13 0.45 24.0 1.87
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SQC-55 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESF.}LRCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTt•TENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 6-3-66 70 mm. KENT Greensboro Lorillard Method o o i o l o.' l a 6/3/co 0.804 U.9iA 0.54 0.26 L0.4 11.1 45.6 1.53 0.95 37.9 .ean of Tests 0.792' 0.8 u 0.53 0.26 '?U'.0 11.2 4•3.0 1.51 0.91 39.7 80 mm. KENT Greensboro G/"3/66 6.690 1.i1i0 0.50 0.22 ' 23.5 .12.8 45.5 I1.84 1.04 43.5 Mean of Yu Tests :i.ry8-: 1.034 0.54 - 0.24 T 23.9 i2.8 46.•3 1.85 1.05 T I 43.2' 80 mm. KENT Louisville .6 U.90J i.016 0.4'0 0.2-0 13.5 47.3 1.88 1.03 45.2 Mean of .u Tests 0.W88 1.u11 0.4•6 0.2: 24.G 12.9 •38'.0 1.65 1.02 44.9 85 mm. KENT Greensboro u/3/GG i0.8o7' 1.02'1 I 0.55 U.25 25.0 13.1 49'.2 1.96 1.04' 46.9 an of su e 0.893' t.027 0.55 0.1•: 27.1 13.7 49.4 2.05 1.09 46.8 85 mm. KENT'Louisville 3/`.i/Go 0.904 1.0=}0 0.51 0.2'2 27.J 13.6 49.6 2.i0 1.05 50.0 MOean of 0.869 1.026 0.49 0.23 27.2 13.5 50.4 2.06 1.06 48.5 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER Louisville V3/6G 0.S9G 1.031 0.52 0.3; 1k3.L) 15.4 45.0 2.t0 1.20 42.9 v of 0.632 1.019 0'.51 0.2:i 27.5 15.2 45.3 2.09 1.21 42.1
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•P. IARILLARD CO., INC. RESEARCH DIVIS°s02T• QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTBENT SMOKE ANALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT . WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIG:1ItS NON FILTERS VEEK ENDIi:G Ei/1:7/6G BETWEEN-THE-ACTS MADISON Characteristic Tested' 23 mm. Butt 23 mm. Butt Smoke Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last Present Sample Mean of Last sS oa Samples Samples Weight 1.136, l. i21 1.104 1.116 Draw 0.35 0.37 0.42 0.39 Tar 41.5 41.2 33.0 33.7 Nicotine 6.01 5.70 3•65 4•2l . action to Litmus B35iC Basic Basic B,7aiC Burn Test Static -Complete 19 24 22 Cigar 12 -1/2 Cigar 4 2 0 0 -1/3' Cigar 6 3 0 2 -Went out 2 0 0 0 immediately Dynamic -Time in ----- seconds ---° ----- ---~- Burned : -r--- Completely ---- " ------ ----- SQC-36 r--
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P. LORTLT-XRD cO., INC. RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS FILTER 6/.L7/Ei6 Characteristic Tested 0h'fEGA 25 mm. Butt ERIK 35 mm. Butt Smoke ~nalysis Present Sample Mean of Last .;a Samplea Present Sample Mean of Ias 44' Sample Weight -Control 0.966 0.976 1.489 1.477 -Complete 1.097 1.L ..! 1.639 1.631 Draw -Control 0,5•a 0.47 0.48 0.50 _-Complete 0.31. 0.1£3 0.38 0.38 Tar -Control 55.8 55'.i 50.0 52.1 -Complete 34.2' 35.4 32'.8 38.8' -ie Removal 38.7 35.9 34.4 25.5 .icotine-Control 6.uu 6.53 6.20 , 7.11 -Complete 3.34 3.80 41.72 5.18 -% Removal 44.9 al.S 24.8 27.1 Reaction to-Litmus Sasic Ea:;ic Basic Basic Burm Test Static -Complete Cigar 6 9 17 18 . -1/2 Cigar 7 3 1 1 -1/3 Cigar 11 7 5 4 -Went out immediately 0 5 0 1 Dynamic -Time in ( seconds 1 ----- ----- ----- ----- -~ Burned completely ~ ----- ----- ----- ----- SQC-37 r.. GD' ~ ~ N O =~ ~ N C~
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SQC:-54' P. LORILTARD C0,'11PANY' APPLIED RESEARCS DIVISION! QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 6/17/66 85 mm. DANVILLE Greensboro Wei ht Draw Tars Nicoti~ne Control Filter Controi, I~Filter Control Filter Removal Control Filter Remova U.'S0' . 1.0'3z 0.51 0..'.7 27.t 15.7 42.3 ~ 1.19 1.35 38.4 :ean of " Tests ', l 1.030 U.°,4 0'.L6 27.0 15.2 43.7 2.07 1.25 39.6 80 mm. NEWPORT Greensboro #1126 /_7/uv v.'cSl' t.G1.5 u.5i 0.3'u 1 2-1.0 15.3 "37'.8 j _2.08 1.2u 4,~.3 ean of ~ Tests U.8C?' i.0i7 0.51 0.29 15..~ t5.9 36.9 2.11 1.37 35.1 ~ 85 mm. NEWPORT Greensboro #1126 /17/G6 0.919 1.0-14 0.55 0.":E3 15.8 15.3 40.7 2.00 11.28 36.0 aan of ' Tests 0•9U9 1-0i1 0.,; 0.29 lu.~ 16.6 36.6 2.16 1 1.42 34.3
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SV.:-Zo 4 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION. QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE'ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 6/17/66 ^'e i Draw T s o e ol _ n _ Rpmf>p.li _ o/~7/U~ v.u99 1.015 0.5%) 0.26 1•1.3 14.3 40.9 1.92 1.25 34.9 ;ean of ~i 3 .F;u-i 1.017 U.F.1 0.?7 .! ~ 15.4 37.9 e.05 1.33 35.1 'E PO re o 0 /:i;7/cu 0. 907 l.1i-94 0.57 G.!`3 1-1.5 15.9 3(i'.1 1.99' 1.31 34.2 ean of 0.90:5 i.C-"".. 0.57 0...9 -',3.5 16.5 37.7 2.17 1.41 35.0 P • e o 0 c}sU U '~.7 :3.3 48:2 1.88 1 0`l 45 aa7Oi ] cZ' i"F 4 4 J 70 m m. OLD, C 'OL[1 STR AIGHT Gre enGboro Draw 5/17/:.S 0.924 U.5z 18.3 1.59 Mean of Tests 0,Si0 Q.5u 18.5 1.45 i. OL OL 6/17/66 1.107 0.45 5 24.0 1.98 _ Mean of ' 88 Tests 1.097 U.-Y<,1 23.2 1.8Z O o o/17/v6 1.136 U.=3. 24.8 2.01 mean of 8rj 1.143 u.•f5 24.0 1.b9'
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SQC-55 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD~ENDING 6/17/66 70 mm. KENT Greensboro Lorilliard Method w o 0 0 o 11 % o i % he o/i7/uG u::~~~u U'.93t 0.48 L6.S: 11.4 44.4 1.65 U.94 43.0 40 ean of Tests 0.7J6 0.9J1 0.53 O.i6 s0.U 11.3 43.5 1.53 U.y1 40.5 80 mm. KENT Greensboro G/-7/6:i O.i96 l.Jl9 0.56 u.3~= ~4.6 t2.6 48.8' 1.00 1.12 44.0 .Nean of ~ O.ESS 1.ti05 U.51 2,i.J 12.8 46.7 1.87 1.06 43.3 80 mm. KSNT Louisville v,( '/o: l u.&G8 i.Gi3 0.4'7 U.2U ~G..c i3'.5 48.5 1.96 1.u4 46.9 .:ean of . 0.528 1.01i. O.ti'6 0.t'l' 13.0 47.8 1.86 :1.02 45.2 85 mm. KENT'Greensboro o/17/ui~ U.902 1.0"s0 01.58 U.25 26.U 'i3.2 49.2 2'.12 1.11 47.6 Msan of e t 0.t;51 1,027 0.55 0.:4 t7.U i 13.7 49.3 2.06 1.09 47.1 85 mm. KENT Louisville 3/i7/66 U.900 1.036 0.52 V.2-L ::7.5 14.1 48.9 2 .12 1.11 47.6 .Mean of 0~..800 1.027 ' U.50 U.t3' e7.3' 13.6 50.2 2'.U6 1.07 48.1 85 mm:. OLD GOLD FILTER Louisville :/i7/uS 0.903 1.U~:1 0.47 O.d~: /5.9 15.U 42'.l 1.90 1.1a 35.8 Y~n of O.~d~ '1.U?1 0.51 0.2;, .:7.6 15.1 44.9 2.08 11.2.1 41.8
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P. LORILLARD CO., INC. RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANMLYSIS AND BURNING TEST'REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS NON,FILTERS 1sEEK F..TDI::G 7/.L/66 - Characteristic Tested 13ETN'EEN-THE-ACTS 23 m,-n. Butt MADISON 23 mm. Butt Smoke Analysis Present Sample 7/1/66 Mean of Last 46 Samples Present Sample 7/l/66 Mean of Last 48 Samples Weight i.125 1.130 1.083 1.120 Draw 0.46 U.36 0.46 0.38 Tar 43.3 41.1 3U.2 33.6 Nicotine 5.91 5.71 3.71 4.18 _(action to Litmus 3urn Test Basic Basic Basic Basic Static -Complete Cigar 3 i8 21 22 -1/2' Cigar 4 2 1 0 -1/3 Cigar 6 3 2 2 -Went out immediately il 1 0 0 Dynamic -Time in seconds _____ - ----- r' - - -% Burned Completely _____ SpC-36
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, P. LORILLAR.D CO. , INC. RESEARCH DIVISION QIIi1LITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS FILTL•'R P,EZ:C iSNDI:3G 7/1/66 Characteristic Tested OMEGA 25 mm. Butt ERIK 35 mm. Butt S,-,wka Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last Samples Present Sample I 7/1/66 24Ean of La 24 Sampl Weight -Control 0.~)68 0.979 1.484 1.486 -Complete l.tu2 1.i13 1.635 1.639 Draw -Control 0.54 0.48 U.54' 0.50 -Complete 0.32 0.28 0.39 0.38 Tar -Control 50.1 53.4 47.9: 51.7 -Complete 31.3 I 33.6 36.7 38.0 -9o Removal 37.5 37.1 23.4 26.5 ~ Nicotine-Control 5.76 6.30 6.34 6.97 -Complete 3.22 3'.62 4.59 I 5.10 -~ Removal . 44•1 42.5 27.6 26.8 Reaction to Litmus Basiu Basic Basic Baaic Burn Test Static -Complete Cigar 13 10 11 18 -1/2 Cigar 0' 3 4 1 -1/3 Cigar 8 7 7 4 -Went out immediately 1 4 2 1 C mamie -Time ----- ------ ----- l ~ ----- ~ ( •Burned completely ----- ----- ----- ----- SOC-37
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S4C-54 P. LORILLARD CO.^1PANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 7/1/66 85 mm. DANUILLE Greensboro Wei ht Draw Tars Nicotine Control FiLter Control FiLter Control Filter % Removal Control Filter % Remov 7/1/iio J.£37 1.034 0.50 U.2E ~ 25.8' 14.9 414.4 2.16 111.28 40. Mean of ~ Tests 0.892 1.0L9 0.54' 0.20 Z' 5.8 i15.0 .. 44.0 2.04 1.23 39. 80 mm. NEWPORT Greensboro #1i126 1/1/66 iu,878' 1.010 0.50 0.26 1 21.8 13.4 38.5 1.84 1.24 3"l. Ye.an of ~ Tests ' 0.83: i.019! 0.52 0.31 24.8 15.4 37.9 J 2.06 1.32 35. 85 mm. NEWPORT'Greensboro #1126 /i/66 u.900 t.040 0.60 0.30 24.4 14.0 42.6 1.98' 1.26 36.4 -'.aan of ` Tests J•aL1 1.043 01.55 0.23 25.4 16.1 36.6 2.06 1.36 34.0
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SQC-54 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 7/1/66 80 mm. NIM'PORT Grcenshoro e' "n D aw _ . Co tro ~ ^ t- ro 0 0 7/~/uu ( :>.38U .53 0.i8 2 2. 2' 13.3' 410.1 L.94 1."24 36.1 Mean of tY 1 j.6;;5 1 .0'18 .50 U.27 2:-6 38.2' 2.02 1.30 I 35.6 EI^PO RT . re.. o o 7/s/66 J1.:08' .038' .58 0. 30 14.-= 14.6 40. 2 ' 2.16 i.36 37.0 YQan of ~o w J.S08 x.0•'_t .57 O.tsp 26.3 .L6.3 36.v 2.13 1.39 34.7 P e o 0 7 r1o6 ~U. ,'.uG:: .57 0.i ;' t5.6 13.6 46.9 1.91 1.02 ' 46.6 -`Ylan of v_(112J 1,060 .42 0.24 &'6.« 13.7 48.5 1.91 1.02 46.6 0 . OL .OL NGt.'^ Gre ensboro w 7/1/05 0'.91i 0.5S 1E3.0 1.58 Mean of 4'8 ^ 0.920 18.5 1.47 . OLD GOL ? x ' 7/i'/66 1.093 23.0 - r85 Mean of ~~ P Tsts 1.096 U.4'7 23.6 1.86 - O ' e 7/1/u5 1.128' U.47 22.3 1.73 ,.ean of t~ Tests .132 1.132 0.47 24.4 1.91
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P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIt7ISI0N QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTt-'ENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 7/1/66 70 mm. KENT Greensboro Iorillard bl2thod ; Clc,t a,. i Q . ho^ TI = re Yl i o ~ ~ a u.8a3 I 0.922 U.51 0.1-4 ~ 18.9 I1'W.8 41.9 1.54 0.92 40.3 N.ean of °! ' ,i.'~UO u.505 0.53 0.t5 tG. z 11.2 44.6 1.5 5 W. 1 41.3 80 mm. KE;IT' Greensboro 7/1/65 6.891 1. 0109 0.56 U.2n 23.v 111 11.l 48.3 1.98 1.13 42.9 Mean of 24 J.82d j 1.0@9 '0.55 01.23 2=3.i 13.0 4'6.1 1.89 t.U7 43.4 80 mm. FG:NT' Inuisville ~'66 :f.ean of r: 0.5y9 ~.BL'9 1.UZ4 i.Ul'J_ I'0.16 I0.47 0.23 0.l?. 25.6 G5.3 13.2' t3.2' 48.4 4'7.8 1.97 1.92 1.U4 1.05 47.2 45.3 85 mm. KEhT Greensboro Li, 1_ti, I ~ ~ n, :'.ean of .n: a9 , r ~ I, 85 mm. KENT Louisville J/1/66 U.90: 1.036 IU_51 U.25 27.8 t4.6 . 47.5 2.2U 1.17 46.8 .Iean of v.N95 1.032 1,0.50 0.23 27.5 11 i3.7 50.2 ' 2.11 1.09 48.3 85 mm. OLD'GOLD FILTER Loui'~sville ~ NSan o~ ~ 7 0 i'
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P. IARILLARD CO., INC. RESEARCH DIVISION. QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMEi3T C SMOKF; ANALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS NON'FILTERS WEEK LNDING 7/22/66 Characteristic Tested ~TWEEN-TfE-ACTS 23 mm. Butt Hf1D7a5flN. 23'mm. Butt Smoke Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last 48 ' Samples Present Sample Mean of Last 48 Samples Weight 1.110 1.133 1.133 1.11'3 Draw 0•44 0.38 0.42 0.4'0 Tar 41.2 41.2 32.9 32.7 Nicotine 5.74 5.75 3.82 4.06 X action to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Basic 3urn Test . Static -Complete Cigar 10 14 21 . 21 -1/2' Cigar 4 3 0 1 -1/3 Cigar 7 I 4 3 2 -Went out im,-nediatel y ately 3 3 0 . 0 Dynamic -Time in seconds ----- ----- ----- ----- i -~ Burned Completely ----- -°-- ----- °--- SQC-36 CA r=~
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P. IARILLIRD CO., InC. RESERRCH DIVYSION. QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTrfEIQT SMOKE ANALYSIS AND I3URtdING TEST REPORT' WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS VtiEt:i: Characteristic Tested Or:EGA 25 mm. Butt ERIK 35 mm. Butt S:ao:e.'Analysis Present Sample N`.qan of Last 14 Samples Present Sample MP n of La ~~ Sampl iti'aight -Control 0.970 0.980 1.496 1.489 -Complete 1.097' 1.113 1.643 1.641 .Draw -Control 0.52 0.48 0.50 0.50 -Complete 0.33 0.28 0.38' 0.38 Tar -Control 49.3 52.2 52.0 50.9 -Complete 3=i1.0 32.7 37.5 37.7 -~ Renoval 31.0 37.4 27.9 25.9 ~ hicotine-Control 6.03 6.17 6.97 6.81 -Com,nlete 3.56 3.52 4.93 4.97 -% Removal 41.0 42.9 29.3 27.0 Reaction to Litmus i Basic Busic Basic Basic Burn Test Static -Complete Cigar 18 13 20 _ _ 16 -1/2 Cigar 1 3 2 1 -1/3 Cigar 4 6 1 6 -Went out immediately 1 ~ 2 1 1 'lvs:a:.iic -Time in t seconds ----- ----- ----- ----- ; ~ -% Burned completely; .: . ----- ----- ----- -°--•
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SOC-54 P..LOP.ILI',F1RD CO:SPANY Weiqnt Draw Tars Nicotine 'ICo:~nioi~.l P'i?tor Contxal L'i3,tpr C~'ontrol Fi1t4Y 'R-~m%p1 Contro7, rixtnr Romo+v 7/22/05 ii.39:i 1.035 0.56 0.28 2'7'.9 14.8 47.0 2.05 1.14 44.4 v..:an os' i ' Tests J"'9 ' i1.03U U.54 0.26 26,t3 15.0 44.0 2.06 1.23 40.3 80 mm. NEWPORT Greensboro #1126 '/22/66 40.835 tu1.0i9 0.50 U.25 23.4 14.4 38.5 1.71 I 1.14 33.3 .°n Oz 0.82 4 1.018 0.51 0.31 241.3 15.0 38. 3 2.02 1.29 36.1 Tests l 85 mm. NEWPORT Greensboro #1126 /22/66 G.y09 1.043 0.53 0.2'9 [ 24.2 16.0 33.9 1.86 1.23 33.9 .:an of 4 Tests 0•910 1.042 ' 0.56 0.2'9' I25.0 15.6 37.6 2.01 1.31 34.8' APPLIED REBEARCIi DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPIIRTNSENT SDSOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTI0.1 PERIOD ENDING 7/22/66 85 mm. DItNVILLL Greensboro
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SQC-S4 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION i !- QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT ic SMOKE ANALYSIiS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 7/22/66 or 80 ma. NEwPORT Green6b 4e ight Draw T o e trol zilter G o °~ o % 7/22/u6 0.0~6 i 1.021 0.52 0.3U 23.4 14.0 . 40.2 1.84 1.21 34.2 ~izan of 2=: G O.E85 1.018 0.50 0'.2& 24.0 14'.8 36..3 1.98' ' 1.27 35.9 PO T e. o 7/22/66 J'.916 1.055 0.54 0.29: 25.2 16.0 36.5 1.99 1.29 35.2 4ean of Tests 0.907 1.042 0.58 0.2'~~ 25.7 15.7 38'.9 2.09 1.36 34.9 8 5 mm. SPRTZfiG Greeru o 0 7/"?/G6 I :i.93='. 11.066, 0.50 0.24' 2u.J 12.9 50.4 1.79 I0.91 4'9.2 of 2; U.92~ 1.059 0.54~ 0.2-, 26.3 13.6 48.3 1.91 1:02 46.6 0' OL OL G k~ 7/22/66 I 0'.930 0.52' 18.7 1.42 Mean of ~.'0 Tests 0.919 0.52 18.3 1.49 mm. OL GOLD h G - 7/22/66 1.098' J.51 - 24.6 1.85 - MeTn of Tests 1.095 0.48 23.5 1.87 O . 7/22/66 1.141 01.4'S 22.1 1.66 , hlean of '16 Tests 1.131 0.~;3 24.0 1.87 0 -' - o
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.. P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 7/22/66 Lorillard NLthod 70 mm_ KENT Greensboro ?i ~ o p i O ro O /o 7~2.2~:;.7 u. c._a 6.<2! 0.52' U.25 19.6 11.1 43.4 1.54' 0.87 43.5 Mean of .~ J.L33 U.9v- J'.53 0.2: 2'U.v 11.1 44.4 1.56 0.91 41.7 80 mm. KENT Greensboro 7/22/66 u. 393 1.U?-l 0.56 0.20 23.7' 12.2 48.5 1.88 1.04 44.7 Mean of 2-. Tests 0.02e l.u 0.56 ~7.2-. 23.9 12.7 46.9 1.89 1.08 42.9 ' ' 80 mm. KF,N'I '' Louisville 7! ~ cu (;. i.u1u 0.,'.'5 0.22' 25.1 13.2 47.4 1.83 0.99' 45.9 Mean of 2-i' C.S,u 1.u13 0.47 0.22 25.2' 13.2 47.6 1.93 1.u6 45.1 85 mm. KENT Greensboro 7/22/u5 0.902 1.036 1 0.56 0.2u :v.G 1'3:5 49.2 2.01. 1.U8' 46.3 N'.ean of 2-, e S Tst u.c55 1.i)2;1 0.56 v.2-1 2b,<y 13.5 49.2 2.1.1 1.12 42. 2 ,85 mm.-'KENT Louisvi~lle ).05~ i.u3,? G.51 0'.2,r ib.1 1.'.5 44.4 1.96 1.13 42.3 Y.ean of 2:m O.E06 1.0a3 0.50 0.23 27.E~ 13.6 50.U 2.12 1.10 48.1 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER, Louisville 7/22/5;i u.u93' 1.U33 6.54 i.2 s 2u.~ 1`,.1 43.7 2.06 1.16 43.7 ~ of 2 , s •0.J12 1.::3J J.51 u.2'; 27.~ 15.3 45.0 2.12' 1.24 41.5
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P. IARILLARD CO., INC. RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPr'1RTMENT SMOICti ANALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS NON FILTERS YaEaK i:i:DIaG U/5/ii6 Characteristic Tested BETIdEEN-THE -ACTS 23 mm. Butt btADISON 23 mm. Butt Smoke Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last •48 Samples Present Sample Mean of Las 48 SampLe Weight 1.0®4' 1.130 1.165 1.115 Draw 0.47 0.4J 0.37 0.41 Tar 39.1 41.4 32.2 32.4 Nicotine 5.04- 5.79 4.32 3.97 Reaction to Litmus BGsic Basic Basic Basic ~ 3urn Test Static -Complete Cigar 24 13 24' 20 -1/2 Cigar 0 3 0 1 -1/3 Cigar 0 5 0 3 -Went out immediately i 0 3 0 0 Dynamic -Time in seconds - - - - -% Burned Completely - - - - SQC-36 00 0 ~ ~ ~
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LORILLr1RD CO., INC. RESEARCH DIVISIO'~T QLTALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT Sb:OXE A.'~ALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTIO:I LITTLE CIGARS FILTER WDE:?: :;:]DIt:G 8/5/66 Characteristic Tested OMEGA 25 mm. Butt FRIIC 35 mm. Butt Smo;ce Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last 24 Samples Present Sample Mean of La 24 Sampl Weight -Control 0'-~83 0.979 1.509 1.489 -Complete 1.114 1.111 1.655 1.639 Draw -Control 0.5v v.49 0.50 0.51 -Complete 0.ju 0.2'S 0.38 0.38 Tar -Control 59.0 51.7 50.8 50'.3 -Complete 39.4 32.7 38.5 37.0 -q6 Removal ~13icotine-Control 33.2 6.66 36.8 6.13 24.2 6.86 26.4' 6.74 -Corrtnlete 3.90 3.51 5.15 4.89 -~ Removal 4'U.2 42.7 24.9 27.4 Reaction to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Basic Burn Test Static -Complete Cigar 6 14 9 18 -1/2 Cigar 2 3 4 2 -1/3 Cigar 8 6 8 4 -Went out immediately I 8' 1 3 0 `DYnamic -Time in { seconds - - - - -/ Burned completely SQC-37
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SOC-54 P. LORILLARD CO:1PA':.7C ~~ tticiqI;t T -- Draw I i Tars I Ni~cotine i Control l Filtcr Contnoli,Filtcr ControlllFiltcr 96 Rcmoval Control Filitcr 96 Reno o/S/(~5 I J.~i~3 1.035 0.56 ~ 0 1. 2 ~ ~ 2ci.8 I 141.6 45.5 2.00 1.18 41.0 :"waa os i 2-1 Tcsts J.uq-'= 1. v31 ci U.~a .27 27.0 14.9 44.8 2.07 1.21 4'.5 80 mm. Ni~yi'ORT Greensboro 41126 n/5/.i6 II~1'.L^o-1 I''1. U2'1 0.51 U.25 I?.2. L 14.3 35.3 I 1.75 I1. 13 3'S.4 :k:an o: 2' Tcsts,ii.562 ,1.0 13 u.56 6,27' 2':;.0 1-6 38.7 1.91 1.23 35.6 1 85 mm. tiEhPORT Grccnsboro dF11Q6 ~/5/:~ ~ U. 515 1. U r'5 0.53 0. ;iU ~ I 24 . v 15.4 35.8 1.87 1 I ,11.20 35.8 ' 3 : G ~ -`l Tests U•911 1.044 ' J.56 U.29 24-. 9 15.6 37.3 1.9"/' 1.29 34'.5 APPLIED RESFJiRCH DIVISION QUA LITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOi:.i's ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 8/5/66 85 mm. DiI::VILL? Greensboro
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SQC-54 .. P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH' DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT C SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 8/5/66 8 mm. NEWPORT GreensboXo 0 ei bt Draw T i e Cono I o 0 3/5/6u 0.895 . 1.032 U.49 U~.?•7 1 23.8 14.4 3y.5 1.81 1.14 37.0 mean of 2~• 0 1.0.L9 0.50 01.28 II • 23.7 14.5 38.8 I 1.94 1.25 35.6 WPO .T Ge o ., 3/5/06 u.921 1.052 0.54 0'.3U 23.9 15.9 33.5 1.88 1.27 32.4 ~',ean of 2. 0. 908 ' 1.0-b3 0.57 0.2. 25.4 15.6 38.6 2.06 1.34 35.0 P e o ro bL&/66 u.94 0 1.076 u.49 0.24r 2(i.6 13.7 48.5 2.04 1.07 417.5 of a~2 ).059 ii.53 Ci.2"' 26.1 13.5 48. 3 1.89 1.01 46.6 0 OL OL DiG 8 5" 0.931 c:.54 17.3 1.46 Mean of !~-^ Teats 0.922 0.53 18.4 1.49' . OLD OL 1G 8/5/6~ 1.096 0.49 22.3 1.77 - Mean of 48 TP 1.096, 0.48 23.7 1.88' O eno o 8/5/66 1.135 L).4 7 22.1 1.78 r Mean of 1:6' 1.132 i 0.0,8 23.8 1.84
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S(1C:-5S P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOEF ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD'ENDI'hG 8/5/66 70, m^n. KENT Greensboro Lorillard Method re ; a w p O +^p1.' p % po 8/5;~05 l ii.7:;, 0.907 ' U.5vr 0.2ti I2U.4 10.7 47.5 1.50 0.92 38.7 :ean of 2-9r k.8u7 0.912 0.52 0.24 19'.s 11.0 44.4 1.56 0.91 41'.7 80 mm. KENT Greensboro o/5/6u v.696 1.614 1 1 0.57 0.20 24'.5 12.9 4'7.3' 1.87 1.1U 41.2 N'.zan of 2. Tests 0'.d°8 1.U09 0.56 0.201 23.9 12'.6 47.3 1.90 1.08 43.2 80 mm. KENT Louisville /~'66 u.837 1.016 0.48 0'.24' 2-.. 9 12.4 50.2 1. y0 0.96 49.5 n of 2=. IJ.85J 1.01'4 I0.47 01.22 25.C 13.2' 48.0 1.92 1.03 ' 46.4 85 mm. KE.ITGreensboro~ 3/5/u6 0.9(;ti I1.046 0.55 0.25 2u.b 14.2 46.6 2.0E's 1.14 45.2 Meani of ?4 e Tsts O.Fs:36 1.029 0.57 0.24 26.4 13'.5 48.9 2.-08 1.1!1 46.6 T 85 mm. KENT Louisville 0.9,10 1.043 0.50 01.23 2u.0 11, 3.b 47.7 1.97 1.10 44.2 .f.ean ot 0 .23 2.5 i4.0 49.1 2.U9 1.11 46.9 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER LouisviLle /5r:,6 01.911 11.0,14 U.51 0.27' 26.3 14.7 44.1 1.88 1.13 39.9 of v.892 1.031 6.51 0.2L 2'7'.7 15.41 44.4' 2.12 1.24 4'1.5 M;h 0
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P. LORILLARD CO., INC. RESEARCH DIVISION. QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS NON FILTERS ;:;vDI2:C 8/1`J;(66 Characteristic Tested -,-- BETh*EEN-Th-E-ACTS 23 mm. Butt 1NFIDISON 23 mm. Butt I Smoke Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last 2`% Samples 'Present Sample Mean of Las 24 Sample Weight i.lii':: 1.120 1.127 1.120 Draw 0.40, j.=11 U.47 U.41 Tar 3y,5 401.9 27.2 32.U Nicotine 5.52 5.65 3.91 3.96 -/' •action to Litmus Basic B,r.s ic Basic Basic Burn Test Static -Complete Cigar 23 15 21 22 -1/2 Cigar 0 2 1 1 -1/3 Cigar 1 % 1 1 -Went out immediately 0 3 1 0 Dynamic -Time in seconds ----- -% Burned Completely -°-- ----- ----- ----- SQC-36
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•P.'LORILLARD CO., INC. RESF.ARCH DIVYSIOTI QLTALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOFOs ANALYSIS AND BUR27IhG TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTIOiti LITTLE CIGARS F I LTE:R_ {•ri;EN L.a J~i.J C/1J/66 Characteristic Tested Oi' GA 25 mm. Butt ERIK 35 mm. Butt Smo;ce Analysis I Present Sample Mean of Last 'L4 Samples 'Present Sample Mean of Las 24 Sample Weight -Control I U.9a5 0.900 1.493 1.492 -Complete 1.120 1.112 1.638 1.641 Draw -Control 0.45 u.49 0.54' U.5U -Complete 0.31 0.29 0.4L 0.38 Tar -Control 53.5 52'.4 46.01 49.9' -Complete 36.4 33.5 35.1 36.7 -% Removal 32.0 36.1 23.7 26.5 Nicotine-Control 6.47 6.14' 6.97 6.62 -CO~plete ~ ~•u9 5.32 I 4.65 -/o Removal 36.8' 42.3 23.7 26.7 Reaction to Litmus Basic basic Basic Basic "Burn Test ~, Static -Complete Cigar ~ 5 15 23 17 -1/2 Cigar 3 2 1 2 -1/3 Cigar 13 5 i 0 4 -Went out , immediately 3 2 0 1 ^vnam,ic -Time in seconds I -~ Burned completely -°-- SQC-37 ~ N O `-_ W ~!
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P. LORILI:vRD COMPANY C ~^S cii::;t I Draw ~ Tars Nicotine ControL l!Filter Control lFiltej ControI lFilter Removal Control Filter Remo v/IJ~IWJ I~.l.w`J~' I 1. i)2> 0.5iJ 1.7') I 2V. 1 14.2 4r a o~ 2_- Tests ~.--95 1.{i32 u.5^_ 0.27 27.., bu 80 m;n. NEwPORT'Grccnsboro #1126 r:/'s:/~,G IU.c,~s5 I1.c17 t3.•17 1 0.2c~ 1 ?3.2 .L4 3 1 4 ' :'a:a Tlof 2~. TCstS G.ci:i _'.Oi6 0.51 o. ?7 i 3 .`i .. 4 I ~ R ~ 85 m'n. NEW?ORT Grecnsboro #1126 0.53 U."'.~,' 25.:i I 15.3' 3y.S 1.91 1.25 34.6 : an of Tests jv. i1 1.0 r~ 0.5G Q.2~) 2e,.;; 15.4 37.9 1.94 1.25 35.6 APPLIED RESPARCN DIVISIOLd QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE r1:u+LYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PL•'R'IOD ENDING $/1y/n6 85 rnr. Di~:NI'LT ~ Grccnsboro - _ . . _ . . _ . _ _.. r ___ . . __. . _ .~, . . . ... _ ._ . _ . . _ . .. . _ _ L ~
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P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDIiNG 8/19/66 80 mm *IEI•]POTtT'Greernsboro ei D aw T s o' e t-O .I CO I ©1 ! i~ O O % :;.856 1.024 G.SUl 0.26 22.3 13.2 4U.ff 1.79 1.14 36.3 ~ean of J.`J9 1.022 0.51 0.27' 23.7 14. 3 39.7 1.91 1.22 36.1 85 mm. NF•WIPORT Gseensboro ~ / u.93_^.- ?_w?8 0.54 0.2c; 23.1 1•S.2 38.5 1.94 1.18 39.2 v.eanf of i'. i 7..u!5 0. 56 u.2~ 2-:'.,) 115.7 36.9 2.v1 i 1.32 34.3 PR' re o o. u.S;29 1.J67 0.50 u.2:: 27.0 1=..U 46.1 2.03 1.04 48.6 of 3-_• Tests is,~;2L 1.0i~,3 v.52 v.2 4 26.3 1:i.5 1.93 1.02 47.2 0 . OL OL ST G e ensborc Draw O 0.930 u.53 17.4' 1.46 Mean of :~ Tests u.923 0.53 18.3 1.50 i. OLD :OL G 8 19/GG 1.09-1 i,.52 22.0 I 1.DG Mean of -1u Testg 1.096 0. E E 23.6 1.86 O e o o 8/19/G6 1.128 0.4S 23.6 1.97 Mean of :~ Tests 1.134 J.~:;; 23.3 1.8U
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P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTP!ZNT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 8/19/66 70 mm. KENT Greensboro Lorillard Method •Q ; r s o o , I ; o Filter o ~ 0.7"> :, U.6v r-^. 0.58 J ... > ~r I 2u.t; 11. 3 4 5.7 1.72 0.96 44.2 Mean of T i;.L07 v.914 0.53 0.25 2u. ti 11.u •1'5.0 1.55 0.91 41.3 80 mm. KENT Greensboro U.zi:;2 1.u12 0.54 0.25 2•t.E; 12.6 48.8 l.yU 1.04 45.3 Mean of 2-; Tests 0.:;<.,': 1.Uu9 0.55 0.2'~ 2•:.j ).2.6 47.5 1.90 1 1.08 43.2' 80 mm. KENT Louisville ~ c7.u91 1.020 0.4;; 0.22 23.2 12.6 45.9 1.9u 1.06 44.2 N.ean of 2: i Iu.uJ3 l.ti16 0.47 U1.22 25.4 13.1 48.4 1.92 1.01 85 mm. KENT'Greensboro c^/i9/Su G'.696 1.v2~3 0.55 0.25 20.2 14.0 I4o.6 2.U7 1.12 45.9 Mean of 2`' e V.609 1.032 u.;i7 0.21" 2G.o 13.7 48.5 2.1u 1.13 46.2 85 mm. I7,NT Louisville Vi9%(~G 0.907 1.13e,3 0.50, 0.22 25.u 12.2 51. 2 2.J7 1.11 46.4 an of Tests 0.901 1.U:iu 0.51 0.23 27.1 13.~ 48.7 2.u7 1'.lu 46.9 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER Louisville ~/lti/tiv U.i~89 1.02j v.54 ] o..o 2ti.•'s 13.3 49.6 2.10 1.20 42.9' ~an of sts v.:,95 111.034 0.51 _ 0.2c• ' 27.4 15.2 44 U
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P. LORILLARD CO., INC. RESEARCH DIVISION, QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTtE2TT' SMOKE ANALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS NON' FILTERS BETWEEN-THE-ACTS MADZSOIJ Characteristic Tested 23 mm. Butt 23 mm. Butt Smoke Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last Present Sample Mean of Las 40 Samples 4J Sample. Weight 1.137 1.117 1.152 1.119 Draw 0,39 0.42 0.34 0.43 Tar 41.9 40.4 23.7 30.8 i Nicotine 5,CZ 5.60 3.36 3.93 Reaction to Litmus Busic r.asic Basic Basia _ t . Burn Test Static -Complete I 14 16 24 23 Cigar -1/2 Cigar 2 2 0 0 -1/3 Cigar F3 4 0 1 -Went out 0 2 0 0 immediately I Dynamic -Ti;ae in - seconds -% Burned Completely SQC-36
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P. hORILLARD CO., INC. RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTi•1ENT SMOKE AIMLYSIS AIvTD BL'RN'ZIvG TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS FILTER' ==& Characteristic Tested OKEGA I 25 mm. Butt ERIK 35 mm. Butt Smoke Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last 24 Samples Present Sample I3ean of Las 24 Sample Weight -Control 1.Oln 0.974 1.476 1.492 -Complete 1.15s 1.107 1.629 1.640 Draw -Control 0.41 0.50 0.53 0.51 -Complete 0.26 0.30 0.42 0.39 Tar -Control 50.7 52.5 49.4 49.2 -Complete 33,5 34.3 35.4 36.2 -~ Removal 33.9 34.7 28.3 26.4 C_ticotine-Control 6.43 6.11 6.80 6.67 -Comqplete 3.32 3.59 5.06 4.93 -~ Removal 40.6 41.2 25.6 26.1 Reaction to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Bapic Burn Test Static -Complete Cigar 9 11 18 19 -1/2 Cigar 4 3 0 2 -1/3 Cigar 6 3 6 2 -Went out immediately 5 2 I 0 1 Dynamic -Time in ( seconds ~ -~ Burned completely , SOC-37
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P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH:DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING' 9/2/66 80 mav. NE WPORT Greensboro #11126 Wei ~ D aw T s o' e Co ro 0 % o 0 % o 9/3/c:: G.o56 1.005 I 0.52 I 0.27 23.6 15.2 35.6 1.90 1.25 34. Mean of ~ ^. 0,,834 1.017 ' 0.50: 0.27 23.4 14.5 3E3.0 1.87 1.20 35. 85 m. r• Pa T e o;`-1126 9/_/6u 0.C,05 1.042 0.52 0.29 24.3 15.9 35.9' 2.01 1.32 34. Mean of 0'.913 1.045' 0.55 0.29 24.6 15.4 37.4 1.92 1.24 I 35. D:.::G'I~ ~~i: e, p p S-/2/6J I0.833 1.026 0.53 0.20 27.6 I 15.4 44.2 2.25 ' 1.26 44. ll of ?.; 0.894 1.032 0.54 0.28 26.9 14'.8 45.0 2.07 1.22 41.1 0 mm. OLD ,OL A G r Mean of Tests OL OL G - Mean of Tests O o Mean of Tests
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SQC-54 -P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIIISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMEN'T SMOKE ANALYSIS RESUIIiS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 9/4/66 80 mm. NEWPOaT Gr.eenshor.o ei t D aw T s N 'cot' e Co o I tP Co rol o o'~ .;. tP oa C o~l )t oF 9/2/65 0.370 1.601' 0.47 11 0.23 22.2 14.3' 35.6 1.84 1.19 35.3 vIean of e 0.309 1.023 0.51 I 0.27 23.2 14.1 39.2 1.88 1.21 35.6 5 i. NE PO T e o 0 9/2/66 0.904 1.036 ' 0.51 0.23 26.0 15.1 41.9 2.11 1.30 38.4 lean of ,,, Test s 0. 913 1.047 i 0.55 0.29 24•.5 15.4 37.1 1.99 1.29 35.2 8 5 mmi. SPB~Iv e bo o S~/cG I C.925 I 1=,53 0.47 0.22 26.7 13'.S' 43.3 2.01 1.03 48.6 r.ean of ,, 0.929 1.063 0.52 0.2,: 26.3 13.5 43.7 1.93 Z.01 i 47.7 0 . OLD GOLD S'^ A?G '^ G ns'boro a t Draw a ico ' 9/2/66 0.919 0.48 16.6 1.37 Mean of *2 Tests 0.925 0.53 18.1 1.51 OL GOLD STRA]'GH o 0 9/2/G6 1.039 0.47 22.4- 3c.85- - Mean of 0 Tests 1.097 0.49 23.3 1.87 O e o ro 9/2/06 1.140 0.45 22.3 1.86 c .ean of naT ests 1.133 0.43 23.1 . 1.82
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P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTt4EN'P StdOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 9/2/66 Lorillard Method 70 mm. I4ZENT' Greensboro 'e : s l o i:r_o i e, ; I o n r 7 Filter .A . r. 1 ii i g I O fi O)I' 'i.e _ . P.mOVa1 ~.' ~_ ' ''.C7rn r01 . r''i.l S-.~?r 1?a, C~:r 2 2 9/3/ti 0.301 O.SGS 0.50 0,2v 10.6 I 47.1 20.: 43. 1.6 0.9 Ntean of 0.307 0.913 0.53 0.25 ' 20.1 11.? 44.8 1.53 0.93 41. Tests , 80 mm. KENT Greensboro 9/2/66 I C.C31 1'.001` r 0.56 0.24- I 24.7 I 12.3 43.2 I 1.931 1.13 I Gl.4 N.2an of '0.393 1.012 0.55 0.25 L ---I 24.1 12.5 ' 40.1 1.91 1.07 44. 24sts ,)/2/C 6 0.890 1.0i EI I 0.49 ( 0.24 25.4 ' I 13.2 48.0 1.991 0. 98, 50.5 ,4 n 0 0.394 Z.Olr 0.47 ', 0.22 25.1 13.1 47.8 1.90 4.02 46.3 85 r, 9/2 /66 Yean of !4 Te_sts '' 0.033 0.899 1.02::~i 0.58 1.031 0.56 F<13NT Greensboro 0.2n.. 0.25 2.07 85 m-n. KENT Louisville 9/2/60 .4ean of ~2,"?'eS s 0.376 0.0,03 ~ 1.04A 0.52' 1.031I, 0.51 0.23 0.23 26.5 26.4 26.2 26.6 12.9 13.7 12.4 51.3 43.1 52.7 2.1411 1.03149.5 2.09 2.05 13.3 4a'.1 1.13] 45.9 0.V6t 53.2 1.11 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER Louisville 9/2/66 :--an of _a- "=ta 0.883 0.695 1.029 0.51 1.03-1 0.51 0.26 0.26 2 4.3, 14.1 26.9 1-1..8 43.1 45.0 1.86 2.03 1.08' 1.19 46.4 41.V 4'1.4 C
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r P. LORILLARD C0. , INC. RES£ARC?i llIVISI0.d. OUALITY CONTROL DEP.J'iRTt,l1-3t 1 SaOK~..^'' P.NALYSIS F1ND BURNING TES`~' P.F"2ai:T WEEKLY PRODUCTION L?•TTL•L CTG_'1RS' NON FILTERS WEliY. 1:c1DY\a 9/30/66 .harac.teristie Tested ~r?'k~EN-THE-P.CTS 25 i§ mm. Butt ~tAD7SON 25 ~~ mm. Eutt 3moke AnaLysis Present Sample Mean of Last Samvlea Present Sample Mean of Last Samplen Weight 1.128 1.147 Draw 0, 3~• 0.38 Tar 26.9 25.4 Nicotine 3,4g 3.00 ^action to Litmus $- --~ .urn Test Basic Basic • Static -Complete Cigar 24 2 : -1/2 Cigar 0 0 -1/3 Cigar 0 0 -Went out immediately 0 0 Dynamic -Time in seconds _ -% Burned Completely SQC-36
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Cnaracteristic Tested 25 mm. Butt 25 35 mm. Butt ' s: oke Analysis Preaent Sample N.can of Laat II Samples Ffo3ent Samplo 2,can of Laci Sample, waigbt -Control 0.971 1.488 -Complete 1.3.02, .1. 622 Draw -Control 0,.43 0.53. -Complete 0.28 0.41 Tar -Contx'oL 56.6 55.2 -Complete 37.9 40.5 -~6 Removal 33.0 26.6 :vi:cotine-Control 5.19 6.86 -Co,-k)lete 3.08 4.70! -% Re:hoval 40.7 31.5 Reaction to Litmus Basic Basic 3Urn' Test Static -Complete Cigar 8 8 -1/2 Cigar 5 - 3 - -1/3 Cigar 11 13 -t4en t out immediately 0 0 ",namic -^e i!me in ~ seconds ----- ----- Burned comnletely %' . ----- ----- P. TARTLLI:RD CO., TNC. AESZT1TtCi3 DIV7_SZ067 QU•1T.TT1' CO::"PitOL DIiP1\TZTtU.'IvT S::OFQ; IV'v1LYSaS AND II'UiZt:ItiG TEST REPORe.' WEEKLY Pi2ODZiCTZO:i' LITTLE CIGARS FILTER WEEK EIiDI:,G 9/30/66 S(C-37
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SQC-.54 p. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED FtESF.t.1tCEi DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTh1E21*f SMOKE Fc.vNLYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 9/30/66 S~c_.1it I ~--- Draw I Tars Nicotine Controli Filter ControliI ,Filter Control ll!Fil!ter Removal Control Filter Remova /30/6o I NO P:'~ ODL'CT'I~ dI~d FOR' TF IIS PER OD. ~:ean of Tcsts. I 80 mm. :EWPORT Grecnsboro di1126 /30/66 I 0.876 I1.003 I 0.48 0.25 I 27.4 19.1 I 30.3 1.62 1.21 25.3 ~a:an of Tcstsl 17 ~ 85 mm. hG'.1PO2T Grecnsboro i#1126 _ /30/66 &.892 1.02'9 ~ 0.58' ~~ 0.28 32.0 ~i 21.4 33.1 1.85 I J 1.3.0 29.7 Loan oD TestS ', I ~Ca ~ 85 mm. DA.NVILLF. Greensboro
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f SQC-54 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH' DZVISIOd QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTi,1ENT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 9/30/66 Q& mat. NEti1PORT Cz.rgen5hor•o de x ht D aw ~ T s ' o-' e Cn r-.r CO rC~l l Jtar ICn nl_ i 1.tc,Y IeAl7r GA t,0 ' i hF f-c3 ~ 3/30.eo 0.362 1.002 0.52 ' 01.26 27.1 19.9 26.6 1.55 1.16 25.2' :eah of Tests 85 mm. NES 7PORT' Gze s o 0 9/30/ii6 , U.903 1.029 01.56 0.2'9 32.1 21.9 31.& 1.81 1.30' 28'.2 :zan of 8 5 mm. SPRIrG Gr s o o ~/~`/'v6 -aa'ln of 0.909 1.050 0.53 0.22 33'.6 20.0 40.5 1.66 1.00 . 39.8 0 OLOLD STRAIG)'-IT' Greenshoxo~ t*. Draw i'C i. e I 9.30 66 0.903 0.53 22.4 1.37' Mean of Tests 5 . OLD G LD R.NTGET ~Y.eensbo ~ 0 50 28!.6 - 1.78 Mean of 5 O r.e o 0 9.!30/66 1.136 0.42' 29.5 1.88 ( Mean of
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P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEr'1RCId DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENP SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 9/30/66 Cambridge Mothodi 70'mm. KENT Greensboro weight I aw ar ;ICOtt e .. Of iItr O tro (: F ' I P.. go Y. r1 Ili .P.. IRe O.R0 CO t.:ci1,~ IIF". lte:Y IR°_npva,l, NO' F ODUCTI `.3 FOR '11 ~iIS PER OD. Mean of Tests 80 mm. KEN'T Greensboro 9/30/66 0.869 0.987 0.60 0.25 31.1 17.9 42.4 1.70 III1.06 37.6 Mean of Tests I I 1 ~ 11 T 80 mm. KENT IssuisvilLe ~/30/06 I - II 0.3E6 1.011 0.52 U.24 ! 30.. 3 19.0 I 40.4' 1.79 II, 1.18 I 34.1 v a ,~ of 85 inm. KENT Greensboro 3/30/66 01.878 1.011 0.611 0.24 ' 31.7 18'.3 42.3 1.78 1.17 34'.3 'ean of :4 e O.Es83 1.014 0.62 0.26 I , 33.6 18.4 T 45.2 1.77 1.10 37.8' 85 mm. KENT Louisville >/30;/66 0.897 1.032 0.541, 0.24 32.2 16.7 48.1 1.70- 1.04 _ 38.8' lean of 4T 0.896 1.032 0'.51 0.23 33.5 19.0 43.3 1.75 1.09 37.7 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER Louisville /30/66 0.897 1.034: 0.51 0.25 31.7 18.9 410.4 1.70 1.11 34.7 ~an of •. 0
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J\(Wr-'JJ' P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARThIENT SMO3<E ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 10/14/66 70 mm. KENT Greensboro Cambridqe Method ,^; 6• rw T rs r_.o - R o `iJ o'.r , i 1 % P ov,~l Co nY ol ri. te % 'RP ol"7" 0.798 I 0:906 0.51 0.24 28.1 17.5 37.7 1.58 1.06 32.9 N,ean of tests L3O PR0 UC~.'IO4 -0:2 P:.EV IOUS A ,RAGES. 80 mm. KENT'Greensboro ?'0/14/66 0.888 1.007 0.56 0.24 30.7 18.5' 39.7 1.64 I 1.06 35.4' Mzan of s, 0.869 0.987 0.60 0.25 31.1 17.9 42.4 1.70, 1.06 37.6' 80 mm. KENT Louisville ~ 1/66 0.887 1.013 0.53 0.22 34.3 19.1 44.3 1.82 1.10 39.6' .v.3an of Test S 0.S69 0.987' 0'.60 0.25 31.1 17.9 42.4 1.70 1.06 37.6 85 rm-n. KENT Greensboro r,/t=v 0.900 1.0371 0.56 0.23 33:4' 19.9 40.4 1.82 I 1.17 35.7 Mean of 2= e 0 P22 1.013 0.62 0.26 32.8 18.4 43.9 1.71 1.10 35.7 . 85 mm. KENT Louisville 0/14/66 ` 0.892 1.033 0.56 0.23 33'.5 19'.3 42.4 1.86 1.18 36.6 ,%Iean of 2` 0.896 1.032 0.54 0.24 33.6 18.7 44.3 1.76 1.09 38.0 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER Louisville u/14/iiu 01.838 I, 1.020 0.52 0.24- 34-.1 21.5 37.0' 1.75 1.23 29.7 1~.~s 0.897 1.034 0.51 0.25 31.7 18.9i 40.4 i1.70 1.11 34.7
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SQC-54 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CON'PROT.. DEPARTMENT C PRODUCTION'PERIOD ENDING 10/14/66 SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS 80 inm. NrBY7PORT Gr Wei }i D awr T s Nicot' e Co o i 1 t C ol ii f o l ' o % o7- J1?•cu ~ i:..:7:?' 11.00'6 0.56 0.28 31.5 22.1 29.6 1.79 I 1.32 26.3' :ea:r of T563 1.002 0.52 0.26 27.3. 19.9 26.6 1.55 1.16 25.2 r PO T e so o J/1 :/tio . IU.u:? 1.026 0.58 0.2'9 3 24.1 29.9 1.92 1.39 •:ean of v.a13 1.029 0.56 0.2: ~ 32.1 21.9 31.8 1.81 1.30 5 PRe o 0 d J.916 1.040 1 0.50 11 6.23 I34.: 2U.4 4U.9 '1.71 1 1 1.12 34. ean oE t Tess ~.90~' 1.050 0.53 j 0.22 - 33.~ [ 20.0 40.5 1.66 . 1.00' 11 7,0 . OL GOLD G T GYe ensboro ' ' t ot P 1W/1=}/66 0.9'L1 0.5G 22.3 1'.31 Mean of 4 t 0.9'J8 0.53 22.4 1.37 5 m m. OLD GOLD TG r 10/1-4'/06 1.100' U.5U 2'9.9 - 1.83 Mean of 4 1.086 0.5u 28.6 1.78 O ' e oro 10/14/66 1.136 0.113 28.6 1'.75 r Mean of ? r Tess 1.136 0.42' 29.5 1.88 Qensboro 0
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S(jC:-S~i P. LORILL4RD COMPAIv'Y APPLIED RESNAP.CEi DSVSSZO2I QUALITY COtiTROL DEPrlRTME2vS' SMO'rCE F+tii%LYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 10/14/66 85 mm. DA;NILIE Greensboro ~ti'cinht Draw Tars ( I i Nicotine ' Controll'FiltcrliControl IFiltcrl Control~ I Filtcr Rerc,oval '~Control + Filter Remova 0/14/66 I I I DiO PROD CTION ~OR THIS W ~" PERIOD Tests 80 mm. Nia4PORi Grecnsboro 411126 3/14/66 1 0.876 1.012I 1 0.52 f 0.25 1 32.6 I 22.7 30.4 1.78. 1.30 127.0 .:a.~ o: Tests 0.876 1.003' 0.48 0.25 27.4 1'9'.1 30.3 1.62 1.21 25.3 C . . 85 mmi. NEWPORT Greensboro dk112$ )/14•/66~ 0:906 1.038) 0.55 0.28' ; 36.9 24.2' '34.4 2.02 1.42 29.7 ~an o:: Tests 0.892 1.029', 0.58 0.28 32.0 21.4' 33.1 1.85 1.30 29.7
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P. IARILLA.RD CO., INC. TZESE.AF:L'H D3CVISIOiT QLTAILITY COti,P.OI. DEP1lI2TteMi'T SMOKE ANALYSIS AND BIIR?7TNG TEST P.EPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTL' CI6tn.RS' FILTEIt VJ,~.1;':~ i:_~Lyr:G 10/14/66 •Charactoristic Tested O:-'FGA 25 mm. Butt I~YT' 25 r~ tmu. Butt Smoke -Analysis Present Sample 2:can ot Last 4 SampLes - Preaent Sampl'o - 1"__en of haEt 4' Satnnlec Weight -Control 0.976 0.971 1.456 1.488 -Complete 1.107 1.102 1.595 1.622 Draw -Control 0.47 0.43 0.55 0.53 -Complete 0.28 0.28 0.44 0.41 Tar -Control 52.2 56.6 50'.0 55.2 -Complete I 36.0 37.9 39.4 40.5 -/ Removal Zt;icotine-Control .31.0 4.74 33.0 5.19 21.2 5.88 26.6 6.86 -Corrlplete 2.88 3.08 4.09 4.70 -/o Removz? 39.2 40.7 30.4 31.5 Reaction to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Basic Burn Test Static -Complete Cigar 19 9 17 16 -1/2 Cigar 0 3 0 2 -1/3' Cigar 0 9 0 4 -Went out immediately ' 5 2 7 2 .ivnamic -Time in seconds -% Burned completely ~ ----- ----- ----- ---° SQC-37
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P. LORILLARD CO., INC. RESEARCH: DIVISION. I OUALITY CONTROL IDEPARTNFEN `'T SN.OKG ANALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION' LITTLE CIGE~.1-:S' NO~,• FILTERS 4iEc;iC i.c?7IP:G 10/14/66 Characteristic Tested BET{~FEEN-T"rL~'-I~CTS 25 Butt MADISON 25' H.mm. Butt 'moke Analysis ~ Present Sample Mean of Last 4 Sarnples t Present Samp_e Mean of Last 4 Sarnpl es Weight' 1.081 1.128 1.139 1.14'7 Draw 0.42 0.'s4 0.31 0.38 Tar 33.5 26.9 28.6 25.4 Nicotine 3.73 1.48 2.41 3.00 A -iction to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Basic •urn Test Static -Complete Cigar 24 16 24 23' -1/2 Cigar 0 2 0 0' -1/3 Cigar 0 3 0 1 -Went out ; immediately 0 3 0 0 Dynamic -Time in seconds ----- ----- ----- -~ Burned Completely ----- ----- ----- ----- SQC-36 ® 4_ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 0) GJ'I « ~
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~---. P. IARILLARD C0: , INC. RE'SEARCH' DIVISIOiJ QUALITY COZ~IROL DEPARi'I+,"ENT SMOXE ANALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTL' CIG~~RS NON FILTERS WEEK "c;`]DIirG 1U/2 S/66 Characteristic Tested . 13ET51^r,E.`I-TFIE-ACTS 25 ~y1 mm. Butt LdADTSO, Z 25 ~,~~jrnm. Butt Smoke Analysis Present Sample I Mean of Last B' Samples Present Sample !, t:ean ofr Last 8 Samples Weight 1.131 1.081 1.1123 1.139 Draw 0.34 0.42 0.45 0.31 Tar 36.4' 33.5 29.7' 28.6 Nicotine 3.93 3.73' 3.22 2.41 action to Litmus ~ Basic Basic Basic Basic )urn Test Static -Complete Cigar 22 la 24 23 -1/2 Cigar 0' 1 0 0 -1/3 Cigar 2 2 0 1 -Went out immediately 0 3 0 0 Dynamic -Time in seconds ' -~ Burned Completely ----- ----- ----- ----- SQC-36 0 ~
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LORILT..kR:D CO. , INC. 12ESEsiIy.^,F3 DIVYSIOid QUALITXC6.TPROL DEP}1RTNIENTSN.OKE ANALYSIS AND BURT7fiNG TEST REPORT WEEI'.LY PRODUCTION LITTM CIGA.FtS FTLTER , l0/28/66 Characteristic Tested O EGA 25 mm. Butt ER2y: 25 !~g mn. }3u~t Smoke Analysis Present Sample Mean of Irast- d Samp.les Present SamplQ I-"eaiZ of L.s 8' Sample Weight -Control 1.006 0.97'6 1.496 1.45o -Complete 1.137 1.107 1.641 1.595 Draw -Control 0.42 0.47 0.46 0.55 -Complete 0.24 0.2b 0.35 0.44' Tar -Control 63.1 52.2 54.1 501.0 -Complete 44.0 ;ib.-0 46.3 39.4 -9o Removal 3U.3 31.0 14.4' 21.2 2licotine-Control. 5.04 Y.74 6.12 5.88 -Complete 3.18 2.88 4.49 4.09 -% Removal 36.9 39:.2 2u.ii 30.4 Reaction to Litmus Basic Bas:Lc Basic Basic Burn Test Static -Complete Cigar 0 12 ~ 18 16 -1/2 Cigar 6 2 0 2 -1/3 Cigar 3 8 4 4 -Went out immediately 15 2 2' 2 ~•namic -Time in seconds ----- ----- ----- ----- -9o Burned completely ----- ----- ----- ----- SQC-37
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P. • LoZILl.%RD COXPANY 0.50 QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT SMOi+3; ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 10/28/66. 85 mm. nANwxr.LY, Greensboro ti•ieih]1 t I' Draw I Tars Contzo].I FlJ.texl Coii9:r.o: FJ,1ter NO 'PROD~CTTON 0.874' 1 1.0071 0.54 0.876 i 1.006 '0.55 85-mm NEWPORT Greensbdro 41126 0.899 1 1.026 an 0.2 Tests 0.892 * 0.27 1 35.3 1 22.0 1 37.7 1 1.08 1_1_. 0.25 1 30.0. •0.2$ 3'3.2 APPLIED RE8'r.a1aCN D :A7b8'XO:d 20.9 1 30.3 22:2 33.1 33.4 1.70 1.80 1.27 L 29. 1.94 1 1.36 1 29.9
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S QC'-54 P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED F.ESEI\RCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL Dc.PA'RTHENT SMOKE' ANALYSIS RESULTS' PRODUCTION! PERIOD~ ENDING 10/28/66 80 mm. n'£G P02T Gr. Censboro 'ei D aw Tz rs dicot l E , ICo o ir ' oI ' 1. % o C ol % o u/28/Gb I 0.889 1.01'7 'i 0.45 0.23 33.6 23.7 29.9 1.74 1.24 28.7 :zan• ot 5 Tests 10.367 1.004 l 0.54 0.27 29.3! 21.0 28.3 1.67 1.24 25.7 'E • POS'^ Gre o o 0/2o/ei6 0.9J7 L.032 0.60 U.29 32'.0 22.3 30.3 1.78'~ 1.29 27.4 :ean of 0.898 1.028 0.57' 0.29 33.3 2'3.0 30.9 1.56 1.34 28.0 85 rbm. SPRING Greensboro 0~ 6 l ~ 0.90 1.040! 0.57 U.24• 33.7 20,1 i 40.4' 1.57 1.03 34.4 n of a -a 0,913 1.045 U.52 0.23 34.3 20.1 41.4 ' I 1.65 1.06 36.9 70 mm. OL GOLID GPRAT•G T Gr.e en•sporo t aW Tars P. 10/28/66 U.9'~1;3 01.59 23.3 1.36 M,ean of S Tests 0.910 01.55 22.3 1.34 5 i. OLD G OL . ATG '' e's o 1G/29/66 1.092' 0.52' 27.9 1.72 Mean of ti Tests 1.093 0.50 29.3 1.80 OR e boro 10/28/66 1.143 0.48 29.1 1.72 ~ :;ean of , 2 Tests 1.136 0.~3 29.01 1.82 I
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P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISIOPI QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTIMNT SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 1U/28/66 70 m~w. KENT Greensboro Cambridge Method , ; w 9cot' O r r Control .l. p CO il . P, ~. % e ov2J C o~. I F''.. % ( 2_ oVa :.. 10/28/;i• 0.799 0.902 0.52 0.23 2'6.& 15.9 4U.7 1.33 0.85 36.1 Mean of : Tests 0.798 U.90'v 0.51 0.24 2F3'.1 17.5 37.7 1.58 1.06 32.9 80 mm. KENT Greensboro IG/23/6C 0.83Z 1.0i0 0.58' 0.25 32.8 201.0 39.0 ( 1.69 I 1.16 31.4 ~.an of 3 G 0.878 0.997 0.58' 0.24 3U.9 18'.2 41.1 1.67 1.06 36.5 80 mm. KENT Louisville '_u/28/v" 0.901 1.U22 0.53 0.24 33.9 21.0 38.1 1.83 1.16 36.6 . of Tests 0.886 1.U12 ' 0.53 0.23 33.1 19'.0 42.6 1.80 1'.14 36.7 85 mm. KENT Greensboro .G/28;/u' , 0.687 1.028 0.60 U.25 33.5 19.6 41.5 1.74 1.12 35.6 :ean of '-=-eS 0.885 1.017 0.6U 0.25 32.6 18'.6 43.3 1.74 1.12' 35.6 85 mm. KENT Louisville iJ/28/n ', 0.902 1.U37 0.56 0.24 36'.8 II 20.6 441.0 1.87 1.10 41.2- 'zanof ^' I 0.895 1.032 0.55 0.24 34.4 I 19.4 43.6 1.82 1.12 38.5 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER Loui'sville c, t t-2.2 L , ;~ •t I 1 5 4 7 R aan of ~ 1 7 :~: 0-2 7 ~
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P. LORILLFIRD C0. , INC. RESEARCH DIVISIM QUALITY CON'iROL DEPc'Mi•MD s SMOKE ATILYSIS AND IIURt7ING TEST P.EPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLr. CIGARS NON FILTERS Characteristic Tested BET~•Y~EN-TFui.-ACTS 25 23 nun. Butt t4AD150?I. Z;, 22 mm. Butt Smoke Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last 1:; Samples Present Sample Aiean of La-st 12 Samples Weight 1.1~u i.ltw 1.135 1.7.s'l Draw J.35 u.3u U.35 0.38 Tar cs 3v.1~ b 27.2 Nicotine "3.u3 ;i.os 3,3~1' I 2.Ei], -iction to, Litmus ~ B_ :;ic E. sic L'asic BaeiC . 3urn Test . Static -Complete Cigar 2 3 21 20 23 -1/2' Cigar 1 1 2 0 -1/3 Cigar ~ 2 2 1 -Went out immediately 0 01 0 0 Dynamic -Time in seconds ----- ----- ----- --..... -~ Burned Completely ---•._ SQC-36
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' ' P: IARILL.aRD CO. , INC. RESEM:CE DYV:iSIO'~ QM LITY CONTROL DEP}11:T:IEIvT SN•OICc' ANALYSIS' AND BURNING TES51 REPORT WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS FILTER Characteristic Tested OMEGA 25 mm. Butt ERIK 25 ;Z5-: mm. Butt Smoke Analysis ~ Present Sample Mean of L-3at 1., .. Senples Present Sample I2".ean of Ias: 12' SampleZ Weight -Control G.9t:U 1.481 1.476 -Complete Y.lui. 1.122 1.624 1.6b€3 Draw -Control 0.:..b 0.51 U.5Z -Complete 0.27 U.2d U.- U.4U , Tar -Control Gu.2 :i7.7 5~.3 52.0 -Complete ~'s=1.E 40. v 46.6 42.9 -~ Removal 25.6 30.7 21.1 17.5 1Vicotime-Control 5.55 6.7G 5.9J -Complete j. 1 :.03 4.92 4.29 Removal 36.5 3 s.u 27.2' 28.4 Reaction to Litmus Da- ic L'a~ic E3~aic B<.alc Burn Test Static -Complete Cigar 1 12 13 17 -1/2 Cigar 0' 2 3 1 -1/3 Cigar 7 7 7, 3 -Went out imnediately I 1~ 3 1 3 ~rnamic -1 ime in seconds ~--- -- --- ----- -...._- -~ Burned , completely ' . ------ ----- ----- ----- SQC-37
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..~... -.. . P. LOcZILIs1RD COMPANY APPLIED RESE.'aRCH DTVIu?"0:7 QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTNcEiv''r SB.OKE ANALYSIS RESUU2S PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 11/11/66 85 mm. NEWPORT Greensboro (20-mm Filters ) heiqht ~ Draw Tars Nicotine ' I I l i % % Control! Filterl Control I Filter Control Filter Removal Control Filter Remov;- I 1 I ~ ' /11/uo; 0.681 1.016 0.53 0.32 32.4 21.4 34.0 1.79 1.27 29 .1 :uR. OL ~ , ~~st~.' 0.876 1•015 0.59' 0.32 33.5 22.8 31.9 1.81 1.3L 27'.6 :~2an of ten (10) daily samples. 80 mm. NEtti'FORT Greensboro 41126 /il/o'vI 0.874 I 1.002 ~ 0.52 ' 0.27 I 32.5 I 20.3 1 4 1 :.ri of f Tests 0.875 1.007 0.51 j 0.26 31.8 21.3 33.0 1 1.76 1.24 2'9.5 C ' 85 mm. NE'r,PORT' Greensboro ; 1126 _1/55! 0.907 ( 1.046' I 0.54 0.26 ( 33.5 23.2 30.7 1.90 1.38 27.4 o~ ^asts 0.699 1.031 0.56 01•28 34•0 22.6 33'.5 1.89 1.33 29.6
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P. LORiLLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESFaARCF2 DIVISIOY7 QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTvM-Nt SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 11/11/66 80 mm. NF}qPO tT G-r Qens. ,o 0 Ige i D aw s N'coEi e e I C ' i1~.4~ i o % p C o f v C/11/66 0.866 1.002 10.56 0.27 31.6 22'.3 29.4 1.73' 1.26 27.2 oan of 0.875 1.008 0.51 0.26 30.8 21.9 28.9 1.69 1.24 26.6 85 mm_h'E WPORT Greensbo o 1/11/66 . 0.902 1.034 0.57 0.27 34.8 23.8 31.6 '1.94 1.37 29.4 :an of :T, 01.901 - 1.029 0.58 0.29 32.8 22.8 30.5 1.84 1.33' 27.7 8 5 mm SPR?NG GrPens oro /11/66 0.915: Tests 0.910 1.049 1.043' 0.50 0.53 0.23 0.2'3' 35.7 33.9 20.5 20.2 42.6 40.4' 1.72 1.65 1.07 1.05 37.8 36.4 0 Of CyOLTJ S?i2 A7GF?T GYeenS2i0Y4 t Tars p. {' p I 11/11/66 0.910 0.61 24.3 1.51 mzan of 1 12 Tests 0.911 0.56 22.6 1.35 5_mm. _OLD GO LD ST: ~I~xGHT' GY o 11/11/66 1.084 0.53'_ 28.8 1.87 ~ , N.ean 0.4 12 Tests 1.093 0.51 28.8 I 1.78 ~ 0 0 11 L1 66 1.136 0.47 29.6 1.82 ~ :.ean of 12 1.138 0.45 29.0 __ 1.79 T
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P. LORlLLARD COMPANY APPLIED R:SEilRCH DiVYSIO:7 QUALITY CONTROL DEPART!•2Iv'T SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 11/11/66 Cambridge ri:!thod. 70 mm. KENT Greensboro ,, ; aw , r.s r.o. e ~`. ntrol I Fi 1 pr I. o F o •i P I n.r,'~. Co. nl. 9'. P7* P. OV ] L/11/66 0.802 0.909 0.56 0.25 2'6.9 I 16.4 39.0 1.4'4 0.96 33.3 :!~:an of >' m 0.798 0.904 0.51 I 0.24 2'7'.5 16.7' 39.3 1!.46 01.96 34.2 80 mm. XEi3T Greensboro _/11/66 0.884' 1i.000, 0.55 0.25 32.9 19.5 40.7 ~ I 1.77' 1.13 36.2 '.~~...n of ' 0.881 1.001 0.58 0.25 I 31.6 18.8 40.5 1.68' 1.10 34.5 80 mmi. KEtv'T Louisvi'~lil'e /11/66 0.887 I , 1.0?~8 ' 0.56 0.24 33.5 21.1 37.0 1.79 ' ,1.24 30'.7 ^ ests 0.891 1.016 0.53 0.23 33.4 19.7 41.0 1!.81 `1.15 36.5 85 rrvn. 3C;,1T Greensboro /11/66 ` '0.901 1.033 I 0.57 0.23 35.9 19.8 44.8 2.00 1.23 38.5 ean of ,e 0.886 1.020 0.60 0.25 32.8 19.0 42.1 1.73 1.13 34.7 85 mm. I~IvT LouisviLle ,/11/66~ 0.913 1.043 0.54 0.22 33.7 20.3 39.8 ':87 ;1.18 - ~ 36.9 aan of I ' a .4 19.4 43.6 1. 82 11 1.12 38.5 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER Loui'~sville /ll uh 01.886 1.023 I 0.56 0.25 35.41 I 22.4 36.7 -] 1.97 1.38 29.9 :an of 0.F~90 1'.02'S 0.53 0.25 33.0 20.6 37.6 1.73 1.17 , 32.4
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P. *LflRILT.A'RD CO.. INC. RESEARCH DINISYOi1 QUALITY CONTROL DE'Pr'1RTPENT SI•,OKE ArALYSIS AND BURNING TEST REPORT WEEKLYPRODUCTZON LITTLE C_ICsRRS NON FILTERS YiSEK ENDING 11/25/66 ~haracteristic Tested BETj4H;FN-THE-ACTS 25 7Z mm. Butt ~IDTSA3Q, 25 n mm. Butt 3moke Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last 12 Samples Present Sample Aiean of Last 12 Samples Weight 1.089 1.106 1.111 1.132 Draw, 0.34 U.37 0.34 0.37 Tar 39.7' 35.6 37.6 31.0 Nicotine 4.26 3.83 3'.45 2.99 ction to Litmus ~ Basic Basic' Basic Basic urn Test Static -Complete Cigar 0' 23 11 23 -1/2 Cigar 5 0 5 0 _ 1/3 Cigar 7 1 4 1 -Went out immediately 12 0 4 0 Dynamic -Time in seconds ----- ------ ----- ----- -% Burned Completely ---° ----- ----- ----- SQC-36.
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P.- 7ARILT..ARD CO., INC. RESEs'1T:CM 1llI+JISx0:;7 QUALITY CONTROL Dc.PPaTA:n,r:T SN.OICr'. A"XP.LYSIS AND BUR..7II3G' TEST REPOF2T WEEKLY PRODUCTION, LITTh; CIG.%1RS FILTER +wY'.2F( E\;iliai11~l.S~OJ.. ~ Characteristic Tested OrCGA 25 mm. Butt ER'7IC 25 ?35 mm. Butt Smoke Analysis Present Sample Mean of L•aaL 12' Samples Presenti Sample I?san ot Iusti 12 Samnlea Weight -Control" 0.9741, G.981 1.474 1.478 -Complete 1.112 1.115 1.618 1.620 Draw -Control I 0.4.6 U.4r 0.49 0.51 -Complete 0.28 0.2G 0.43 0.40 Tar -Control 62.3 58.5 69.4 54.4 -Complete 43.2 41.6 53.0 44.2 -/ Removal 30.6 28'.9 23.6 18'.8 Ccoti;ne-Control L_6.06 5.11 7.94 • 6.25 -Co:rtnlete 3.79 3.19 5.78 4.50 -/a Removal 37.5 37.6 27.2 28.0 Reaction to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Basic 3urn Test Static -Complete Cigar 11 7 22 16 -1/2 Cigar 4 _ 2 ~ -- 1 - 1 -1/3 Cigar 7 8 1 4 -Went out immediately 2 7 0 3 Dvnamic -Time in, seconds ----•- ----- ----- ----- -% Burned' completely ~. ----- ------ ----- ----- SQC-37
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..u..-.. - P. LOcZIIuL:IRD C0:1PANY APPLIED RE~'uE.~lFI^• •FIlFI^••FI DIVIFiION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT Sr10ICE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERI'OD ENDING 11/25/66 80 mm. NL•aaPORT Greensboro #'1126 Wei ht ~ Draw Tars ~ Nicotine Control Filter ControLllFilter Control Filter aemoval Control[Filter Rem va: /25/66i 0.871 an of Tests 0.873 1.010 1.006 0.49 0.53 85 0.2'5 0.26 mm. 32.4 31'.7 NR47 PORT 19.9 21.5 38.6 Greensboro #1126 1.86 1.35 27.4 /25/66I;0.860 1.010 0.57 0.34 33.1 22.9 30.8 2.07 .a 't2 an of Tests ------- ------ --- NO REVIOU SA61PLE ----- ----=--_-
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'P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RBSEARCFL DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTtENT C SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 11/2'5/66 80 mm. IvETIR0?~Gr~e~ o 0 Weiaht ~ Draw T rs ico ' e o l I Co 01 Filter o tr FiltQr Co ol 1 e R o IC o i J val, n /25 v6 (ll.875 0.9y5 U.51 0.26 32.6 19.1 41.4 2.05 1.18 42.4 :an of Tests 0.375 1.007 ' 10.51 0.26, 31.3 21.5 31.3 1.73 1.24 28.3 85 rnm. NEWPORT Creensboro 25/66 san of TeSivj /25/66: :a. f Tests U.855 0.875 _1 0.925, 0.9].1 1..01~!. 1.035 1 .0r,.5 1.94 1.84 r 1.74 1.67 1.46 1.34 1.15 1:06 e' ht P7 Tars i. O i e 11/25/66 0.908 0.48 23.3 1.70 IM2an of 0.911 01.57 23.0 1.39 1_1 25 66 1.076 0.53 29.4 1.93 Mean~of 1.091 0.5 :1 28.8 1.80 11/25/66 1.125 (1.50 30.5 1.86 Mean of 1.138 0. 5 29.2 1.79 0.53 01.58 0.30 0.32 eP"nsnol?o.. 0.50 0.53 85 nT~n. OLD GOLD 10.24. 0.23 33'.5 33.91 32.1 34.4 23'.1 22.9 21.1 20.3 OLD COL1D STRAIGHT G nm m 85 ID. YORK Gr.ee . o 0 R.~ 31.7 32.4 34.3 41.0 nap 0 0 24.7 27.2 33.9 36.5 •.
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P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPAP.TI•1EIu'T SNOICE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 1.1/25/66 70 m~n. KENT Greensbor.o Cambridge Pfe.tho& T t• Tang N~:co i e O^. +'O. I"i 1'cr Ot rA I. ~~ O r0~~ i 1-~ i ~V i1 ^O tr0):. I :er a OVa _/~ 0.7`S 0.269 u.58 v.27 27.6 17.8 35.5 1.49 1'~.16' 22.1 wan of T O.FUD 0.906 0.53 0.24 27.3 lti.6 f a9.2 T, 1.45 0.96 33.8 80 mm. KENT Greensboro :/25/u6 0.:M 0.95£i II t0' .55 0.26 .30.1, 17.3 [43.5 1.75 1.11 ( 36.6 :;an of > G.662 !.U01 0.57 0.25 31.: 19.v 1401.4 1.70 1.11 34.7 80 mm. KENT Louisville i (i.3E9 1.026 'v.55 0.23 36.7 19.7 46.3 2,11 1.22 42.2 ea n of O.S90 1.01;a u.5_1 U.2: 33.=~ 2u.U, :U.1 1.81 1.17 35.~'~ . 85 irLm. KENT Greensboro ./25/ou u.1 1.024 ci.5b 0.20, 341.2 17.9 47.6 ' 1.99 I 1.17 41.2 ~an of .,i,e J.Sf;u 1.022 0.58 . 0.2'5 I 33.7' I 19.2 43.0 1.01 1.15 3ti.4 85 mm. KENT Louisville ;:/25/66 0.cj],2 1.036 0.56 0.22' 3; .: 2J..U 4 1.9 r89 1.27 32.8 azn of Tests 0.275 1.030 0.55 0.23 3<<.2' 19.4 43.3' 1.82 1.13 37.9 i 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER Louisville /25/Gv O.:oii l.'vl'v 0'..7 ti.27 0.l 22.9 36.6 2.10 1.50 I 28'.6 ~an of T/ O.;:i89 1.u25 U.5~ 0.25 :~3.G 21.U 37.5 1.79 1.22 f 31.8
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P. IARILU1RD C0. , INC. I2ESEAF:CIi DTV?rSXOi.q QUALITY CONTROL DEPARielENT SMOKE AIvALYSrS AND BURNING TEST REPOR`a' WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGARS NON' FILTERS WEEK ENDING 12/9/66 haracteristic Tested ~ETAj~ 1?N-S HF-AC`z S 25,>M mm, Butt SON 25 mm. Butt moke Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last 16 Samples Present Sample Neazl of Last 16 Samples Weight 1.118 1.102 1.136 1.127 Draw 0.42 0.36 0.39 0.36 ry Particulate Matter 40.9 36.6 34.4 32.7 Nicotine 4.97 3.94 3.25 3.11 RC .tion to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Basic zrn Test Static -Complete Cigar 6 19 23 21 .-1/2 Cigar 7' 1 1 1 -1/3 Cigar 8 2 0 1 -Went out immediately 3 2 0 1 Dynamic -Time in seconds ----- ----- ----- ----- -% Burned Completely -°-- ----- -°" -`-° 4 SQC-36
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P. IAZILI~r~RD C0. , IINC. FiESE.1l2CII lOLVISE0;;7 QUALITY CONTROL DLFAI3Tt•Ei b SMOIC A23ALYSIS AND Bt3"tYr TI.tiIG TEST REPORZ°' WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLE CIGIRS FILaLR WEEK ENDING 12/9/66 Characteristic'Tested 25 mm. Butt ERIK 25 Xi5c mm. Butt s:noke A.nalysis Present Sample Mean of L~st 16 Sanroleg pzesent Samnle 2'.°an of Laet ; 16 Sanples, Weight -Control • 0.955 0.979 1.480 1.477. -Complete 1.094 1.114 1.631 1.620, Draw -Control 0.52 0.45 0.54 0.51 -Complete 0.32 0.27 0.44 0.41 )ry_ Particulate Matter -Control 65.1 59.5 63'.9 58.2 -Complete 42.2 42.0 50.9 46.4 _ -/ Removal • 35.2 29.4 20.3 20.3 ~ Nicotine-Control 5.72 5.35 7.46 6.67 -Coalplete 3.40, 3.34 5.57' 4.82 -% Removal 40.6 37.6 25.3 27.7 Reaction to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Basic .urn Test ;• Static -Complete Cigar 10 7 24' _ 16 ; -1/2 Cigar 5 3 0 . 1 f I . -1/3 Cigar I 5 8 0 4 .. ~ -Went out immediately I 4. 6 0 3 ~ ~amic -~ime in ` seconds I . ----- -% Burned completely ---=- ----- ----- ----- 1:.
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..~lSf.r-JJ P. LOR ILLAf:D COMPANY APPLIED F:ES,:.:~FtCH' D'ril1S?'Oli QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMEIi3' SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD SNDING12/9/66 CambridqvMathod 70 mm. IO;tii Greensboro w,i 1. Dr Particulate Matter N cot;I;me [~ r ~ I'1 C C? 1 -+^ 1 I 1 r~ ^ 1 0 1 t: „ r g, 2/9/66 ' I0.795 i0.897 0.57 0.2'6 27.0 17.0 37.0 1.52 1.00 34.2 .:ea:l of S 0.799 0.902 0.54 0.2'S 27.4 , 16.9 38.3 1.46 1.01 30.8 80 mm. KENT Greensboro ?;/9/66 01.890 1.001 0.50 0.2'5 34.0 20.7 39.1 1.87 1.23 34.2 aan of ).~ S 0.882' 1.000 0.57 0.2'5 31.7 18.6 41.3 1.71 1.1L 35.1 80 mm. KENT Louisville I C ;6 I 0.904 f'1.022 0.51 0.2'3' 35.4 I21.5 39.3 2.04 1.3]1 I 35.8 .an of 0.890 I1.018' 0.54 0.2'3' 34.1 ~20.0 41.3 1.87 1.18 36.9 85 mm. IM-h"P Greensboro /9/66 0.901 I1.03'3' 0.54 0.24 34.0 20.1 40.9 1.94' 1.24 36.1 :an of T 0.889 11.023' 0.58 0.24 33.8 i 119.0 43.8 1.B5 1.16 37.3 85 mm. ICLN'P Louisville /9/66 0.897 1.038' 0.58 0.22 36.8 I21.2 42.4 2.05 1.27 38.4 :an of 0.900 1.033 0.55 0.23 34.3 19.6 42.9 1.83 1.15 37.2 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER Louisville /9/66 0.888 1.024 0.52 0.24 35.8 22.1 38.3 2.09 1.33 36.4 a o~ ~ F, 01.889 1.023' 0.54 0.25 34'.1 21.4 37.2 1.85 1.28 30.8
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P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED P.-ESEr'1F.CH DIVISION QUALITY COiTTROL DEPARTbaTilv'T SMOKE ANALYSIS RESUITiS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 12/9/66 80 mm,, Ivr SII'O~T~~e~]lsho' o e" D w Dr Particul.ate Matter 1co .i e _ C071t+ i 1 r 1 • i , Q, o, F1 r Or? 2/9/66 0.886 1.017 0.49 10.2'6 32.4 21.5 33.6 1.84 1. 35 26.6 =an of 0 Tests 0.875 1.005 0.51 0.26 31.5 21.0 33.3' 1.79 i1.23 31.3 85 mm. NES 4PORT Greensbo~-o (20-mm filters) 2/9/66 0.866 I 1.006 0.59 0.34 36.0' 23.1 35.8' 1.91 1.38 27.7 ,an of S 0.873~ 1.014 0.58' 0.32 33.8'. 23.1 31.7 1.85 1.36 26.5 85 mm. SPRT,*',G Gre ensboro ~/166 1 0.919 1.048 0.501 0.23 34.8 21.3 38.8' 1.80 1.19 33.9 )~ 0.915 1.043 0.52 0.23 33.9 20.5 39. 1.68 L:OB 35. O' OL OL S GT? G KO a~ ia` er ot 12/9/66 0.909 0.58 23.3 1.42 N.ean of 20 Tests 0.55 23.1 1.45 OL OLD STRAS GHT'G-p 12/9/66 Mean of 20 Tests . 1.101 1.088 0.48 28.3 0.52' 28.9 p ensbo.~o 1.81 1.83 L2/9.66 1.128 0.51 2B.4 1.81 . Mean of 20 as .135 0.46 29.4 - 1 81'
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P. • LORILL%RD COMPANY APPLIED RESEt1RCH D}'VISTOI7 , I QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTIMivd' SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 12/9/66 80 mm. NLWPOR'D Greensboro #1126 Weiqht I Draw ry Particulate Matter control Filter Controll FiLter : /9/6 6 01.880 1.009 1 0.49 :an of 1.007 1 0.52 0.873 3 Tests 0.27 0.26 IControl 33.2' 311.8 Fi~ lter I23.6 21.2 k Remova 1 28.9 33,3 IControl Nicoti rie Fi~Lter 1.39' 1.27 85 mm. NEWPORT Greensboro #1126_(20-mm filters). % Remova 27.2- 2'8.2 r 46~- `~- m ~ ~ ~ ~ dhm--a ~ +Z1
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•P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLXE13 Ii: SF.}11'SFI D?:i9I.°,2:0*7 c QUALITY CONTROL Di:PARTMENZ' 1 r=" SMONE AtiALYSIS RrvSULTS ~ PRODi^,TTO.i~ PER'YOD~ ENDING 12/23/66 Cambridge dlethodl 70 mm. TE'r.NT Grecn :boro l,s-~}.r !I)r Particultite Matter' + N + ll •il 0J-Lt ~1t ~ Gr ~cYo It I n f,_. ~° fr IPiJtfr ~+~ t. ~ I NO PRO UCTIO'Y I OR THI~ PRRSO . ean Of Tps 80 mm. KENT Greensboro i2/23/661 0.906 1.013' 0.48 0.2'6 32.5 19.8 39.1 j 1.84 1 1.22 33.7 an of 0.883' 1.000 0.56 0.25 32.0 19.0 40.6 1.74 1.13 35.1 80 mm. KT•ai rnuisville /66` 0.890 1.007 I 0.52 0.26 35.7 20.9 41. 5 1.99 1; 22 3B.6 e~a:i of m 0.892' 1'.019 0.54 0.23 34.3 20.2 41.1 1.90 1.20 36.8 85 mm. ICGNT Greensboro '/2'3/66 0.908 1.036 0.50 0.24' 35.2 19.9 43.5 1.94 1.21 37.6 ~ua of Test ~ i ',0.893 1.027 0.57 0.24' 33'.8 19.3 42.9 1.88' 1.18' 37.2 85 mn. KIvDIT Louisville /23/66 0.900 1.032 0.54 0.26 36.9' 21.1 42.8 2.06 1.28 37.9' :an of 0.902 1.037 0.56 0.23 34.6 19.7 43.1 1.88 1.17 37.8 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER Louisville ~/23/66I0.888 1.028 0.52' 0.27 36.7 22.3 39.2 1.98 0:98 50.5 :~ of '0.889 1.02'3' 0.54 0.2'5 34.4 21.5 37.5 1.89 L.29 31.7 «: ~ ~ ~ ~
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.:.,... ., . P. LO 2iLLaRD COMPANY APPLIED TL:SEARCIi DIVTSIO23 QIJr1LITl' CO. aROi. DEP,lRTidENT SMOKE r"..\ALYSTS RESULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD e,tvDT.iG 12/23/66 I ra• IDr Particulate biatte!' ico . e ~ ~ 6 oI- , n; COn rp, . ; r ou QonMr_rnl- /23/66 0.861 0.596 I0.4& 0!.27 33.4 22.1 33.8' 1.89 1.28' 32.3 ~n o~ I ~0.877 1.007 0.51 0.26 31.7 2,1.1 33.4 1.80 1.2'5 30.6 85 maL,~1 T""p0 ~Les~sbor.o /23/66f 0.882 1.018 +0.4& 0.31 34.5 23'.7 31.3' 1.94 1.36 29.9 :n o.F 0.872 1.014' 0.57 0.32 34.& 22.& 32.9 1.86 1.•35 27.4 Tr 8 5 mm SPZLNO GrrenGboro L2 ~ ~66 0.901 ~ 1.036 I 0.47 0.24 1 36.7 2'0.6 43.9 1.89 1.13 40.2 .a_ ^n 0.915 1.044 0.52 0.23 34.1 . 19.9' 41.6 1.70 1:10 35.3' 0 OL Greens}ioro 12/23/66 0.904 I 0.52 23.6 1.49 Mean of 24 s~ 0.910~ 0.56 23.1 1.45 OL . 0:p S^RATe}IiT Grs' o . , /' 1.092 0.45 28.4, - 1.7-8 - N.eaTI Of ~ e Tc .09& 0.51 2$.9 1.82 vORs, „ 12/23/66 1.111 0.47 28.2 1.70 Ma2a11 O-- . . 24 1. 134 0.47 2 9. 3 .1. 81 r
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'. P. :.O12S7S.'L'2D CO. , I\C. RESEiu`2CF3 DZ VYarO'_S QI7d1LITY' COt~:,?OI. SN.OiQ: ;,T'~' LYSIS AND IIUi21iI2tiG TEST itLPOR'd' WEEKLY PRODUCTION LITTLD CIGARS i'ILTi12 ~ PROD'uCTSOi; PERIOD L+"\DING 1'2 ,2'3 66_ Characteristic• T.atcd 25 mm. Butt 25 mm. Butt S.;,o::a r~r:alysis I Present Sample oE Taat 20 SampLoa ProEenti SauLn7'o 1xs3atz of Iaa Sample 20 ;~..:ig„rt -Control. 0.937 0.974 1.466 1.478 -Complete 1.072 1.110 1.696 1.622 Draw , -Control 0.52' 0.46 0.58 0.51 -Compl'~ete 0.32 0.28 0.46 0.41 •y Particulate .L3tter -Control 64.4 60.6 69.4 59.3 -Comnlete 43.7 42.1 55.6 47.3 -/ Removal I 32.1 30.5 19.9 20.2 ~-otine-Control 5.45 5.42 7.85 6.83 -Co,q;^~lete 3.36 3.35 5.88 4.99 -'/ Re:noval 38.3 , 38.2 25.1 26.9 Reaction to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Basic arn Test Static -Complete ~ I Cigar 13 e 7 16 -1/2 Cigar 2 3 3' 1 -1/3 Cigar 7 7 11 4 -Went out im-nediately 2. 6' 3' 3 ulc:amic -Time in f seconds .~ , •---- I ----- ----- ----- -% Bu•r:~ed completely ! . ----- ----- ----- ----- SQG-37 . • 1 C_ I
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. P.• 7.ORSLL1kR.D CO., x.c. RESr^.ARCH DZvZSIOl Oti11LZTY CO\TZOL DZP,%RT."~' iv'b' S:O.v.. 11c'~LYSTS A\D BURti2;:G TEST 1?EPO;'i` t•Ti'EiCLY PRODUCTION LITTLE C1"GAt`tS NON FILT:.i2S PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 12/23/66 aractaristic Test. d' F3E~'~ET~'-TiiT ^71C T$ 25,, mr,t, Butt AD' SO'3 25 mm. Butt ,o;ee Ar,alysis Present Sample Mean of Last 20 Samples Present Samplo Mean of Iast 20' Samples Wei<;:It I 1.098 1.105 1.104 1.129 Draw ~ . 0.45 0.37 0.46 0.37 ry Particulate viatte 46.3 37.4 36.2 33.0 Nicotine I 4.66 4.14, 3.56 3.13 Zc( t ion to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Basic _a Test i static -Complete Cigar 3 ~ 17 19 21 -1/2 Cigar II 0 2 3 1 -1/3' Cigar 19 3 2 1 -Wer,t out immediately 2 2 0 1 )ynamic -Tic,e in seconds ----- - --- ----- ----- . -% Burned Completely =---- ----- _: I --- -- -----
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P. LORILLARD CO., INC. 12ESEA2Cf1 DIVISIOY.. OUALITY CONTROL DEP11I2a1vMNT SMOKE AIMT,YSIS AND BURNING TEST FtEPORT WEEiCLY PRODUCTTO;T LIlTL; C?GARS NON FILTERS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 1/13/67 aracteristic Tested f}ETWEEN-TiTE z~CTS 25_: m-n. Butt 1IADT LON , 25 mm. Butt ,oke Analysis Present Sample D;~an of Last 24 Samples Present Sample Mean of Last 24 Samples Weight 1.070 1.104 1.082 1.125 Draw 0.46 " 0.39 0.53 0.38 ry Particulate Matte 41.8 38.9 38.2 I 33'.6 3icotir.e 4.54 4.23 3.48 3.21 2er tion to Litmus 3• Basic Basic Basic Basic -n Test i ;tatic -Complete Cigar 11 • , 13 21 19 -1/2 Cigar 6 2 1 2 -1/3 Cigar 7 6 2 2 -Went Out immediately 0 3 0 1 :ynamic -Time in seconds ----- ----- ----- ----- . -;% Burned Combletoly --- - ---- ---- .. -----
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}'. 7ARILL1R9 Co., I\C. RESFA-PICn QUALITY CONiitOl. DZaART:•fi:hl' S:'.OIC-; ANALYSIS AND Fs. Uii:1I\G TEST REPORT Wi,EiCT.Y PRODUCTION LITTL; CIGARS FILPER PRODUCTION PERIOD~DNDING 1/13/67. nxvzsY-C?z _ ~. naracteristic Tested' O. ~~. 25 mm. Butt ~7~ • 25 rom. Butt ,ino;te Analysis Present Sample Mean of Last 24 SamploD Pr:osenL- Sas~,n1o LiVann 0099 L•ast 24 Samr?.ec waignt -Control 0.938 &.968 1.492 1:476 -Complete 1.073 1.104 1.640 1.619 Draw -Control 0.56 0.47 0.52 0.52 -Co;iplete I 0.32 0.28 0.42 0.42' y Particulate .kztter -Control 63.4 I 61.2 71.9 61.0 -Complete 42.0 42.3 59.6 48.7 ~/ Removal 33.8 30.9: 17.1 20.2 hT~~:otine-Control 5.18 5.43' 8.50 . 7.00 -Co;rplete 3.19 3.35 6.37 5.14 Removal 38.4 38.3 25.1 26.6 Rraction to Litmus Basic Basic Basic Basic :rn Test Static -Complete ., Cigar . 14 lp 16 _ 12 -1/2 Cigar l 2 2 1 2 ~ -1/3 Cigar • 8: 5 3 6 -Want out immediately 0' •• 7 4 4 D, -imie -Time in seconds • ----- ----- ----- ----- -% Burned completely ----- ----- ----- ----- SOC-37
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P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEARCH DXVISSON QUALITY C ON'TROL Di: PARTP7r.Iv'Z' SMOKE ANALYSIS RESUL''1'S PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 1/13/67 4~ m~hr 3LP03T Gyrra;~s horo naw Dr y ParticuLate Matter cot n e ~ I I I Jo I 9'~ 1 , i 1 I ' • 1 e o~~ 01 •' ~ '13/67' pl.864 0.997 0.50 i0.2'9 32.1 21.1 34.3 1.84 1.30 29!.3 an of I 0, .875 1.005 0.50 0.26 32.0 21.1 34.1. 1.82 1.24 31.9 85 mm. NTS ~PO~T Grcensho 0 '13/67 0.881 1.022 ~0.52 0.32 I34.3 22.7 3'3.8 . 1.93 1.36 29.5 an of 0.873 1.01!2 0.53 0'.32 34.2 22.8 33.3 1.89 1.37 27.5 8 5 mm. SPitING CureeMSh o 13/67 I 0.916 1.040 ~ 0.51 0.22 34.6 20.8 39.9' 1.87 1.18 36.9 ,,n( f I T, al 1 Q 1.73 1.10 36.4. 0 OL OL~~='2~~G~iT ,r~p~noro 1/13/67 0 .893 01.51 21.8' 1.35 Mean of 24 0.909 0.55 23.3 1.47 OL C _ 1 .13 /67 1.092 0.4& - 28.0 ' -1.78 Yeam of 24 Tests 1.089 0.50 I 28.6 1.8L O Gr N . PRODUCTION~. ~',can of l Tpsts N
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P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED Rm-SPAPP.Cu DXVISs013 . • ~ QUALITX CONTROL DEPART,Ywtva^ G SN.OI~E AtIP1LYSIS RUSULTS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 1/13/67 Carnbridge Method 70 mm. ICF,NT Grcensboro c- LD,r_m Dr ParticuLate Matter tcor im.. : f 1 ~ s i'l. . ( I ,. '° ' ]_ .1' ro o r r . ro . . C_~tt: I NO P OIDUCTIO, I :.ean of . 80 mm. KENT Greensboro ~13/67 1 0.888 1.005 I ,0.54 0.27 , 34.7 20.0 42.4 2.24 1.30 42.0 zan of 0.886 1.001 I0.55 0.25 32.4, I 19, 0 1.15 35.0~ 80 mm. Ki:NNP Louisville ~ 7 ( 2an of me b.880 1 0.893' 1.009 1.018 0. 0.53' ' 0.24 34.5 1 20.5 40.6 1.93 i.24 1.22 .0 36.8 85 mm. KitiT Greensboro 13/67 0.901 1.034 0.52 0.26 36.3 20.1 44.6 2.16 1.27 41.2 . u n o.~. 0.894 1.027 0.56 0.24' 34.1 19.3 43.4 1.90 1 1 3•a 85 mm. MNT Louisville L3/67 1 0.895 1.037 0.56 0.26 36.7 19.7 46.3 2.02 1.21 40.1 :an of 0.903 1.036 0.55 0.23 35.1 20.0 43.0 1.91 1.19 37.7 i 85 mm. OLD GOLD~PTLTLR Louisvi;lle 3/67 0.885 1.025 1 0.56 1 .. 0.26 35.3 20.9 40.8 1.92 1.25 ~ 34.9 a~• of ~ ' 890 1.024 0'.54 , 0.26 34.8 j _21.7 37.6 1.93 1.25 35.2 mwm-Nl
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P. LO:Ii.:..;Rn C0. , x: C, RESEARCH DrVIS10N QUALITY CO*N1'ROL Di:Peli2TMAZIul S: OKT•, r1:.~'~LYSIS ~1:;D BURNING TEST IILPORa' Y:::.EiCLY PitODliCTIOi1' LITTLE CIGARS NON P• ILT;.RS PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 1/27/67 I ~mT,,i-aET-T.C~T$ j~[~D7SO~I .luLact.:ristic TeSted 25 mm. Butt i 25 . mm. Bu'tt l ;,o;:c Ar.alysis f Present Sample Mean of Last Present Sample Mean of Iast I 24 Samples 24 Samples Stiaic,: t • 1.098 1.102 1.092 1.115 DrUw ~ os44 0.39 0.50 0.42 )ry ?articulat.: Mattej 47.0 40.3 31.1 35.2' Sico;>i: e 5.43 I 4.37' 3.38 3.38 :eactioy to Litr.us I Basic Basic I Basic Basic i.. Test I 5LaL1C -Com pldte Cigar 1'8 13 24 19 -1/2 Ciyar I 2 ( 2 0 2 -1/3 Ci,ar ~ 4 6 0 2 -tcanc out I I I ~; :,,eaiately ~ 0' 3 I 0 1 JY n ~.:.ic - ~ -- seco_.ds --- -- _____ _____ Corr,p'eteiy ----- 6QC-36
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, : r. IARILTYIS2D Co.. INC. I2ESEArtCli ?3?:NxsI4N QUtl7,ITY CON:i.OL DLPA,2T.nsNT AND B'JRNIING TEST RSPOP.T 4tiiDiCLY PR ODUCTION LZTTL : CICt`1RS r• 1L=IZ PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDIi.:G 1/27/67 o. Characterictic :ectod 25 mm. Butt 25 m-n. Butt ( 5;10::.: ~ .aJ.ysis I F~ccocnt• Sample :M.can of I<aat 24' Samplea Present Sau~plo ! 2`^ar~ of Z~c 24 Sarn;•~:.c tti'aight -Control 0.954 0.962' 1.464 1.482 -Complete 1.092' 1.098 1.616 1.627 Draw -Control 0.56 0.48 0.59 01.52 -Complete 0.33 0.29 0.45 0'.42 zy Particulate .Iatter -Control 49.4 63.1 71.2 64.7 -Complete 32.9 43.3 54.6 52.0 -/o Removal 33.4 31.4 23.3 19'.6 Lotine-Cor.trol 4.98 5.50 , 8'.94' 7.44 -Co,q;~lete I 2.98 3.410 6.15 5.52 -/~ Removal. 40.2 ( , 38.2 31.2 25.8 Reaction to Litmus Basic Basi;c Basic Basic :urn Tes t + I Static -Complete Cigar • .23 10' 19' 12 -1/2 Cigar 1 2 0- 2 ; -1/3 Cigar 01 5 5 6 , -Went out im.mediate•ly 0' 7 0 4 Dynamic -:ime in seconc:s ----- I ----- ----- ----- -/ Burned ; co:;tDl.;tely % • ----- ----- ----- . ----- , •SQC-37 r. 0
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SQC_55 . P. LORILLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESF:F.RCH D?11?STO:I QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTI-IEIvT • SMOKE ANIILYSIS RESULTS PRODLy'CTION Pc.R'TOD' ED'+DING 1/27/67 70 m•n. tCr'.tiT Grr~en ,boro t Cambridge Method ~;Zr Dcaw Dr , Particulate ;•otter . cot I I I l l ~ .~.r ~~n. : ` 1 '~i ~ ~S^I]t~Q~ P9ltrr ~ vp1 6 r P'~5.~~,Y~ 27/67 0.802 0.908 0.58 0.26 27.7 I , 17.5 36.8 1 1 1.08 34.1 ean oE 1 0.798 10.901 ,0.55 0.25 '1 27.3' 16.9 38.1 1.47 1.01 31.3 80 mm. XEN-jGreensborc 27/67 0.895 1.017 0.53 0.24 32.7 19.6 I40.1 1.76 1.16 I34.1 --an of 0 890 005 1 0 54 0.25 33'.0 19.5 1 1 40.9 1.86 1.19 36.0 T . . . 80:mm. KiaT' Louisville 27( 7 0.884, 1.008 0.57 0.24 35.1 21.1 _ 39.9 ____ 2.05 1 11.31 36.1 :an of 7 1 [ 1 0.892' 1.018 0.54 0.25 34.8 !2-0.9 39.9 1.94 1.23 36.6 85 mm. IC-NT Greensboro 27/67 I 0.896 1 E1.o35 I, 0.59 1 0.24 34.2 20.0 1 41.5 1.94 1.22 37.1 of 0.898 1.031 Os55 0.24 34.8 L9.6 43.7 1.96 1.21 38~3 ~~ 85 man. ICLNT Louisville 0.943' I'1.035 0.56 0.24 35.7• 20.2 143.4 2.05 1.26 ,38.5 an oP ' m~~! 0.903' 1.037 0.55 0.24 35.9 20.5 4,2.9 1.96 1.22 37.8 85 mm. OLD GOLD PTLT::R.LouisviLle ?7/67' 0.872 1.012 0.57 0.27 36.8 I21.5 41.6 1.99 1.26 36..7 an o~ _k. 0.888 1.023 0.•55 0.26 3'5.4 22.0 37.9 1.97 1.27 35.5 0
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P. LOR(LL.ARDCOMPANY APPLIED RESUA.RCIi DXvJSXQI1' QUALITY CONTROL Di:.PARTt'•ulvT SriOIOr 7N11LaSIS RESUIls"S PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 1/27/67 '27/67 .Fi 0.870, 1.'002 0.53 0.28' an of ! Tests__0•875 1.004 27/67 an or iSCS 0.885 1.024 0.875 0.49 0.27 0.56 1.014 0.53 ery Particulate M-atter efa r• 1 r ne no~~zJ.. 31.5 1 21.7 1 31.1 32.8 35.1 L4_Qtlt r(+~l 1_76 c2r xi nr ~n ;~s^'~~.4•: , 1.24 ;29.5 1.86 1.26 32.3 fl5 mm. aj•7POR~~~een~ ~or0 0.33' 0. 32' 34.6 34.2 24.7 22.8 8S mm. SPRSNG een5bor.o 1.048 10.54 0.23 '35.8 20.2 1 28.6 1.99 1.39 30.2 33.3 1. 90 43.6 1.79 1.36 28'_4 1.09 1 39.1 esrs I n~14 i i n42 II ni_ Si 1 n24' i-34 ti ;)n 1 1 41 A' 1 77 ! i 1~ 36 7 ght DrEkw atter " 1/27/67 0.935 0.51 22.4 1.31 Mean of 24 Tests 0.906 0.55 L 23.2 1.47 ) 2/67 _ J. 0 0 0.56 . 28.8 3-71 Mean of 24 ~ ocy) 28.5 -- --- - _ NO' PRODtiCTIO, :i~.uT1 of r tY , 70 n~n. OT~D' GOL*> ST3~GPI~~~psQro OL m r c ~ $S mm. YO.q;S iH P ~rn~n5hor
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CO.. i\C. Ri:SLARCIi DIVISION b b~li.P:.Tu.l' QUALZ^eY CONTROL C S:SOIV: A::nLYSIS .1::D BLi.::bSG TEST Ri.PORe S•A3EiCLY PRODUCTION LI';TL:. CIGARS \O:7 i ILT:RS PRODUCTION Pc i2IO7 ENDING 2I10/67 a,--•lCT$ ~Ab7,5 0;; C.-.aract- r_stic Tcsted 25 m.m. Butt 25 mm. Butt ;; o;, A.:lysis ~ Present Sample :.can oi Last I Prescnt Sample N.can of Last 24' SamPlca 24 Samplea ,•:,;s ;:a 1.117 I 1.097 I 1.1126 1.110 0.43 I 0.41 0.47 0.43 Dry ?articula tc Yatte 39.6 42'. 1 35.6 35.4 \ico;;i ne I 4.36 ! 4.62 3.13 3.41 :a4ctior. to Litr„us I Basic Basic Basic T Basic c I I :esL' ur Static -Co:,olerc I , Cigar 22 115 23' 20, -1/2 Cigaz 0' ( 2 1 2 -1/3 Cigar I 2 6 0 1 out I ic ;cdiately , i 0 1 0 1_ D1aamic in - - seconds ----- ----- ----- -% d,:.zned Cor.alcteLy ----- ----- ----- ----- SQC-36 OD C Q3 ~ ~ ~-:
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CO.. SNC. Tu:S::AItC23 T)ZVrSxOIT S::O.\:.' /\~J1TatJlJ TisJT lv.POl1A ' LyiTT.: CIGA.ZS . .Z rROD'JCTiO?: eaDI1G_ 2f 10L67 --~------- - L 7_1L ~~ ' ' Butt 25 nn 25 m;a. u .a ,:t . ` Prcaent Samp:c I :.can of Iant ProcCnt Samplo I N.can of Iast 24Sam•Ploa I 24 Samplea -Co~trol I 0.942 II 0'.953' 1.485 ~ 1.476 -Co:aplctc ' 1.080 I •1.091 1.637 II', 1.623 •-Con'trol II 0.64 I 0.51 ~ 0.54 0.54 -Co:.i?lctc (' 0.34 + 0.31 0.42' I 0.43 i 2:,rticu~~te -Co nt ::ol 51.8 I 60.8 74.6 67.5 :_~tter -Co:1,21etc 36.6 41.5 56.8 53.4 -~~ I2enoval 29.3 I 31.7 I I . 23.9' 20.9 l ~ 5.07 ( 5.49 8.18 J • 7.91 \ ~otinc-Co7tro i -Co ~ylcte ~ I 3.18 I 3.37 5.73 5.79 -/ Removal I 37.3' ` 38.6 I 30.0 26.8 :.eactiG ; to T..itnus I Basic ) Basic Basic I Basic rn TC6t Static -Co: ,plete • 12 2 3 12 Cigzr 23 -1/2 C::gar I 0 2 I 1 1 -1/3 Cigar I 1 I 4 0 7 -117C1.1t out 0 I 6 0 4 i: -,;ciatcLy y Ec:CG ----- ----- ----- ----- ~. -,u~..r.1~.,,._ a . i , com~lctcly L ----- -- ----- - ----- ----- 5pC-37
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P. LOIRILLARD COMPANY Aa a LIED RESC.AAC'ti DIVISYON QUe\LITY CO:::`.ZOL DEihAT:v.\^. S::OiC-: A:;M,YS IS RESULTS `- PRODUCTION . r,itiOD EtiDI::G 2/100 /67 I Dz'-lvL tro '10/u7' an o: 0.879 0.872 1.009 1.002 0.53 0.51 0.27 IDrv Particulatc ""~atter ~j u ~{ n 1.83 1.34 26.8 Sti.co t in-'. I I I % 31.7 22.8'. 28.1 0.27 32.4 ,, 21.0 I 35.2 . I 1.87 1.26 32.6 10/67 I II 0.891 i 111.035 0.54 I 0.31 I 35.8' I 23.0 I 35.8' 2'.0'1! 1.40 30.3 a o«c I 0.877 I I1.016 0.54 I 0.32 , 3.1- 3' I 23.1 32.7 1.92 1.37 28.6 85 ^-'r.. S? i:?.N z 5~~~~yl`.~2 NO P;tC~DU~.TION l 70 rst. o=o II We{ '' •,o__ 12 ~il I 0.927 2/10/67 n i,:ean of 24 T,-r 0.55 I 22.7 1.36 0.910 0.54 23.1 1.46 2/10/67 ~ 1.090 0.52 30.4 1.83 :.ean of 4 ^nc, O~.lll 28.7 1.f31 B 5-M. ,-_.Sa?H ' S,". ^_r'nLi2Str4 NO i?ROi)UC:TIOli ::i: 0. n of
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?.. LO R1LLAF:D COMPANY APPLZED i2ESEX2C'ti DIVISION QUALI:1' CGii :'.;GL .^1c. PAi1:.'•.ial S.vlO;c; AS.-".:.vsls i2i.SULTS PaODUC:IO\ P1:R:;OD ENDING 2/10/67 Cambride7e Method 70 Grernnnoso i r;y I D^z.q ?, :~iculiatc t-otter ` C`1 _~n11 -^ ~tCti ll~~s~ O.1_ _ n1 IFI_7.Yc._I^n r'I` I c~ oll s R/otiri' /10/u7 NO i'f20IDL'C71IPN ( -, ~ 80 n,7. G.eensboro '10/67 I 0.894 I 1.016 0.56 0.25 I 30.8 I 19.6 I 36.4 1.71 1i.23 28.1 1.006 0.53 0.25 32.9 19.5 40.7 11.87 1.19 36.4 80 mm. !i","^ InuisviLle ', .ir7 i Sc^ ~ i16 I n 51 ( 0,23 i 36.6 I 22.1 I 39.6 2.04 1.33 34.8 >~' ~~ , 0.889 1.015 0.54 0.24 35.0 20.9 40.3 1i.98 I 1.2'5 36.9 85KENT GrC.:.i Saoro 10/67 ~ 0.906 1.037 0.57 I0'.24 I 35.2' I 19.9 ( 43.5 1.95 1.20 ~ 38.5 ::.'a oL _ ~ 0.900 ~1.032 0.55 0.24 34'.9 19.6 43.8 1.99 1.22 38.7 85 m~. L~:.~72 Inr.isville 10/67 1 0.919' 1 1.047 10.50 [1 0.22 I 38.5 20.8 ( 46.0 II 2_10 1.2& I 39.0 -ua O:, I 0.903 1.037, 0.55 01.24 35.7' 20.4 42.9 1.99 1.25 li 37.2 85 Tmn. ' OLD COLD, PILr-R IAui'sville 10/u7 , 0.902 1.030 0.51 ` 0.26 ` 36.4 21.8'I 40.1 1.98' I 1.31 33.8 z.a0ij 0.885 1.021 0.55 0.26 I 36.0 22.0 I 38.9 2.01 I 1.28 36.3 r ~
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P. ZAZiLLA:.D C0. , INC. RiSEA'?Cii DIVISION QJISLIiY COti:iZOL D:.PA'2T:wIrT S: O:(-r ANILYSIS AND BU2.\I:.'G TEST 2E'POR. WEEXLY PRODUCTION LI. TLur CIGiIRS ANO:F FIL:RRS PRODUCTION Pu'I2IO.7 L•;tiDZD;G 3/3/67 aaractc:istic Tested 25 m,m. Butt 25 mm. Butt moke Analysis I Present Sample II Mcan of Last 24 Sanp les Present Sample I N.ean of Last 24 Sanplea Z•:.:.i Sh t II 1.069 I 1.098 1.085 1.108 ' Draw 0.50 0.42 ( 0.50 0.45 )ry Particulate Matter 35.8 42.6 33.6 35.6 \icotinc I 4.73 I 4.70 4.11 3.38 Reaction to Litmus Basic Basic I Basi~c Basic _.. Test ` I Szacic -Cor,,; iete Cigar ` 24 I 18 24 2-0 -1/2 Ci,ar ~ 0 I 1 0 I 2 -1/3 C;Jar 0 5 I 0 1 -Went out ~ im.;,ediately 0 I 0 I 0 L Jy~--- in seconds -- ----- ----- -% Btiu:ned' Com2letely ----- ----- ----- ----- SQC-36
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P. CO., T`C. RPS: ~1ItCF3 DYVISrODi Q'[Ti,.:.ITY CO..::2OL D::_PART:ii:'.,~T S.10iCr i\i~LYSiS i+,ND Bu.Z+i\G' TEST P'Li?Oi7T P7i;i:i(T.Y PRODUCTION LITT1:_- CIGt1PiS FILTL?11~ PRODUCTION PFRIOiJ F\DiNG 3/3/'67' ~. ;,a:acL~~istiC ~e~ted o;,.~ca 25 mm. Butt . Rx 25 mm. Butt :,o~e :. .a' Isis I ?teEent Sample 2-.can oZ La3t 24 Sar,tplea Present Sample i N.can of Iast 24 SampLes ;tcig:it -Co:,trol . 0.964' 0.950 1.488 1.47'7 -Co.-„plete I 1.096 I 1.087 1 1.636 I 1.625 Draw -Control - 0.50 0.54 ~ I 0.48' I 0.55 -Complete ~ 0.32 0.32 I I 0.39 ~ 0.44 r Particulate tatter -control 55.01 59.4 77.6 70.1 -Comolete 35.6 40.1 57.5 55.1 -/ Removal I 35.3 32.5 I I 25.9 21.4. N( )tine-Control I 6.09 5.41 9.74 , 8.15 -Co,~~lete 3.68' 3.32 I 6.80 5.93 -/ Removal 39.6 I I 38.6 30.2 27.2 :teaet o7 to I,itT,us I'i Basic I Basic Basic Basic r.. T `s t 4 iSr.atwc -Com?iete i Cigai 22 ~I li 15 23 14 1 -1/2 Cic,az I L I 2 0 1 -1/3 Cigar ], 2 1 I 5 -Went out diately ( 0 I'I 5 I 0 I 4 Zrl:.z,.-nic -scce..4in ~ s ----- ,I ----- ----- ----- -~, ai~......__r /~ .G4. cc, pl.acly I -' ~--~ ----- ------ ---- ---1 -- ----- SQC-37
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- I P. LORILLARD COVIPAN'Y APt"LIDD AF:SEARCI3 DYV7:SIO.T QUrILITY CONTROL Dr.Pr1RTd$i:v'T SMOKE ANALYSIS RESULTS PROD'JCTTON PERIOD ENDING 3/3/67 ~;c'tan(~~; f;r n brv i?orticulatc m,'iutcr ~ Nj•cotiti c tt '3/67 !0.876 ~ 1.•00911 0.49 ~ 0.28! 1 31.0 1 21.8 ' ~ 29.7 1.92 1. 39 27.6 Z1-e s..s i0.872 1 1.001 1 0.51 1 0.27 ~ , 32.3 '' ~ 21.4 ~ 33.7 1.87' 1.28 ~ 31.6 8 5 mm. rc .,P~~; ~;^sho 0 3.67 l 0.894 II1.036 0.50 0 0.31 33.9' 23.3' 31.3 I 1.96 1.53 21.9 z.n o- .019' 0.54 0.32 34.8 23.4 32.8 1.9 , 1.39 28.7 ]. 0 (D m1. $p2.~; Grr.e^.~ O 3/67 1.102 I 1.240 0.46 ! 0.30 39.6 26.6 32.8 I 2.03' 1.49 ' 26.6 ~ 1.101 1.2'38 0.50 ' 0.30 38.8' 26.9 30.7 I 1.98' 1.48 25.3 70 m m. Oi n,O; P S.^?lj_G?'T ( r_re 7g17 ~_n' ~ go iC q r I 1"~ ~~C.117u ~LI r i I 3/3/67 I 0.922 0.53 I 23.9 1.59 .:ean o:. 24 - 0.913 0.53 22.8 1.44 85 m m. OTDlC;OLsO S~^n7CF,^ , enn n 3/3/67 1.096 0.4:8 _ ( 301.5 I 1.97' 24 T ~ 1.090 0.50 28.9 1.81 0 .. 3/3/67 I II NO PRODUCTICN / i:V.4r, o;! W ' vn _~.. O r_A• `-S - W
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P.' LOncLLAPD COMPANY APPLIED RESS:.;~AICx DwsSIO.1 . ~ k - -.~ Yo I I~ Y / I I I C rO I.i ~ ' 1~ ''I fo Lp^~ 3/S7' I LIMITED 1;i~ODUCTIGiv I I ~ _ar, of I 80 mm. :CF.:~ TF:~T Gree :sboro 3/67 I0.89'3 I 1.019 1 0.51 I 0.24 I, 32.4 , ~ 18.3' 4'3.5 1.82 1.14', 37.4 :a:, ov j0.893 11.008 ',0.53 0.25 32.6 19.5 40.2' I 1.86 1 1.21 34.9 80 m:n. Lou:svil?e 3~~ ( 0.894, I 1.012 I ' 0.50 0.23 34.7 21. G 39. 5 2. 07' I ' 1. 36 34. 3 a:~0' 1 ~~' 0.54 0.24 35.5 2'l.l 4~,0.6 2.02' L.27 37.1 85 mm. KCtiT Greensboro I ;/67, i0.904 1.033 0!.54 I 0.25 33'.8 19.5 (42.3' 1.85 I 1.20 ~ 35.1 a ~ ~0'.900 I1.033 0.55 0.25 34.8 19.7 43.4 I 1.99 i.221 I 38.7 85 1117I1.Louisville ;/67 , 0.921 I I 1.050 0.47 01.22 I 34.6 19.4 F4 3.9 ~2 Gt L.2'S + 38.1 a: o~ 0.904' 1.037 0.55 0.24 36.5 2'0.5 43.8' 2'.G3' 1.26 37.9 85 num. OLD GOLD 7ouisville +/67 I 0.2&5 1.024 I 0.52 0.25 37.6 ( 23'.0 I36.8' I 2'.06 1.38' 33.0 1G'.8d7 1.022 0'.54 0.26 36.2 21.9 39.5 2'.O1 1.2'7' I 36.8' QUALiTY CONTROL D:Prli.Ti~:c.a~ T~c.a~T S~SOiC; A\r1'..YST S'.YSTS 2iSUi~:S PRODUCTiON Pi.RiOa i.~DI\G 3/3/67 Carnbridae Method 70 mm. i<"~:^. ~r,^cnsbcro jZ~tiq IDry Pirticul~te ~u~tter ~.' `
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P. LO^RiLLARD COMPANY APPLIED RESEF~,RCFT DIVISION QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTIMIv'T' SMOKS ANALYSIS RF.SULTS PRODUCTIOY,PER'IOD ENDING 3/17/67 Cambridge M°thod 70 mm~. 'rU:ST Grcrnsboro . Dr Particulate `"iattcr iCOtiri~ I 1 r' n - - 1.06 32.1 '=7/57 !J.S3-'. 01.939 I 0.43 0.24 28.01 17.3 38.2 1.56, I :: 3i1Jf. i I - ~~ 10.799 ~0.902 j O.55: '~0.25 2'7.3 17.0 I 37.7 1.50' 1.02' 32.0 80 mm. KEt~T Greensboro 17/67 I0.89:1 1.014 0.57 0.26 32.4 20.1 38.0 1.77 1.26 I I' 28.8 o:: ~nG~G I0.894 1.012' 0.52 0.25 32.9 19.6 40.4 1.87 1.21 3'5.3 80 mm. KEA"I' LouisviLle i 7/07 10.894 11.016 I 01.52 0.24 35.0 201.4 41.7 1.98 1.28' 35.4 ~ c- ~0:.891 1 =G!' S ,1.012 0.53 0.24 35.2 21.3 39.5 2.01 1:29 35.8 85 mm. IG;NT' Greensboro 77/67 f0.9i5 1.047 0.55 0.23 34.4 19.1 44.5 1.92' I 1.20 37.5 -`~ o` i0.903 r.e G I1.035 0.54 0.25 34.8 I19.9 42.8 1.96 1.22 37.8 85 mm. KENT ?ouisville i 7[u7 i 6.92'0 11.055 II 0. 5 2 0.24 34.9 21.2 39:.3 1.99 1.31 34.2_ _a: of { n G',01.906 11.04 0 0 0'.53 0.24, 36.5 _ 20'.4' 44.1 2.05 _ 1.26 38.5 85 mm. OLD GOLD FILTER Louisville ~0.889 17/07 I1.028 0.57 10.27 36.4 21.8 ' 40.1 2.00 1.34 33.0' - I oG ~o.sa7 ~ - 1.024 0.53' 0.26 36.4 _ 21.9 39.8 2.00 1.25 37.5 . .:visea 12/15/66
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P. LO ~R,-LAfiD COVPAN1' APPi.IL'D Ri:SE3lRCH' DiVISION QUALITY CONTROL Di.PAItTME.7T' C SbIOIC: A,`r1L`.'SIS i2c.'SULTS Pi2OD'UCTZO.I PERIOD' P.ti.7ItiG 3/17/67 R'il-ml•_.~, ~ I I I / I o I I ~ I ~, ^;) - ~I !~ ; I ~"p,- ' ~ V I I !~ i l Control I nT. ~ - 'y7/o7 j' 0.380 ` 1.008 I 0.51 0.27 I 33.1 22.1 33.2 1.89 I I 1.36~ I 28.0 z : Of I O S72' 005 1 50 I0 0 28 0 32 21.8 31.9 1.85 1.31 29.2 . . . . . A5 I I 1 ( 17/67 ~ 0.883 11.020 0.54 0.32 I 34.01 2'3'_ 8 30. 0: 1.94 I 1.46 ~ 24. 7 : o_ ! i _ ^~SrG 10.883 1 I 1.023 0.53 0.32 34.8' 2'3.4 32'.8' 1.96 1.40 28.6 100_-:r,';t. SP7_T~G C ~ ,,~~20 0 I 7' ,7 ~ 1.090 1.219 I 0.48' 0.30 ' 38.6 II 28.2' 26.9 I 1.98 I 1.54' I 22.2 f 1.100 (,1.238~ 0.49 0.30 38.9 27.0 I 30.6 1.99 1 48 25.6 ~~S G . 70 '^Tll. OT1?) G OT1) ~r~~ ~~~~ ' ~__ ~ I ^'elc?;^t I DrRtJ' ~ v t~r ~ tii eot inn ~ 3/17/67 ~ 0.918 0.56 I 23.5 I 1.42 I:~~a:, of 24 ^ sr~ 0.9115 0.53 22.9 1.42 I £fl5m1 OLD C OI'> S^~a-';Tar ~racp~~n• -- 3/'L7/u7 ~, 1.097 0.45 - 32.1 I -2 .00' ' 24 .,, 1.094 0.49 29.1, 1.81 85 rrn YO2'( ," IIIATO F'RO[~['T T ?r_ I `_ !' *,':'~+j C^7: ~ LI V PJTt1Cll~lc~tC . Nicot,_r,~
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:. i,:v:2y=::.:.D CO. , 2\O.. Ri:SEJ1R.CIi DZViST•O.T D ', ~1:.7:: \l QiT.=:. _' CO=1',0L s;O:C AnILYSIS AND BDR:.;T.:G TDST' REPORT 4,'-'i•,Z:CTyY PRODUCTION LiTTX : CIGARS PTI TLa. PRODUCTION PERIOD ENDING 3/17/67 ,RSK i 25 m.7. Butt l 25 rcunt. Butt Pzeaont SamPlo of Laa;, Proaen t, Samplo I %::•an o~ L., ; I 24 Samnlca 24 SamP.c ;•*~ ;' -. o ~trol I 0. 930 0.946 , 1. 's13 I 1.479 -Co:,?icta II 1.069: 1.085 1.664 I 1.628 Draw -Co :;.ru1 I I 0.58 0.55 ~ 0.416 0.54 -CoaPleta I 0.34 I I 0.32 0.37 I 0.43 e :y `-CJ =ol 52.4 58.2' I 76.8 I 71.4 -Cc ~let.: ' 36.2 38.8 59.0 55.8: -;; :2e::oval 30.9 I 33.3 ~ 23.2 , 21.8' 5.78 I 5.42 ~ 9.03 8.44 -Co:;,:Jlete 3.54 I 3'.30 I 6.30 6.10 /;w-cva? ! 38.8 I 39.1 30.2 27.7 .~c~ct-o a to -•: tmus - I Basic Basic Basic II Basic S`_~: u.._c Cica~ I!I 23 15 22 15 -/'• C, c,.. ~ 1 I 2 I 1 0 - -t/3 C_,ay I 0 I 2 I 1' ~ 5 out II I , 0 5 0 4 = n ~ I ' I ----- ----- ----- --•~' -•tcly l. v...JJr. l. ----- ----- _-. I ----- l ----- SOC-37 -1
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C0. , I\C. TtLSi:Fll2Cii T)YVISIOa QiDtILITY COi,:i.OL Dc.P1lIM,.:N1 ANU~LYSIS A:tiD DLi.::i::G TEST Ih'EPORT Wi :iELY PRODUCT.IO.I LI T T iZ CIGARS NON FILTiitS PRODUCTIO,P PERIOD ENDING 3/17/67 I T..sZed 1 25 m:n. Butt MADISO,`;' 25 mm. Butt I 1 Present Sample I 2:can of Last 24 Sa7Ples Present Sample I Mean of Las'c 24 Sam?le~ 1.115 ~ 1.095 1.110 1.104 D=uw 0,42 0445 0.51' 0.48 ~ ?zr-~cwiate ~.atter 36.3 ~~ I 43.2 ; I 33.2 34.9 I x`cot_n,v ~ I 4.92 4.78' ~ 3.72' 3.49 -., Zicn to 71't us Basic Basic ~ Basic Basic ,.~.. T..s:: Sta. '-c -Co::,pi.. te CC, ar ~' 24 ( 18 22 21 -1/2 Ci;ar ( 0 1 I 2 I 2 -1/3 Cigar ` 0 ( 5 0 I 0 -~.ant out -nci,adiutel;/ ~ 0 0 0 I 1 i. s:: c cnds ----- ~ ----- ----- I ----- -J Burn ed Co::.~1a c1y ----- ----- ----- ----- SQC-36
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Notes C (1) True Regular and True Menthol cigarettes were intro- duced in 1966. During the early development and' marketing pei iod'special testing was conriuctedlacco-rding to both the Lorillard andlCambridge Method.s. Conversion to the Cambridge riethod'was completed in October 1966. During the period October 6 - 14, 1966, daily Cambzid'ge Method tests of True were conducted. Thereafter, routine production~sampling of True• was conducted'according to the Cambridge Method. These results are attached. (2) The tobacco blend and filtration systems of True Regu- lar and True Menthol are identical. Studies conducted by Lorillard's Research Division show the menthol content of the particulate matter in True Menthol to be approximately 0.5 mg. per cigarette, thus accounting for the slig;ht dif- ference noted in the mean value of the dry particulate matter reported for True Regular and True Menthol. Although menthol is normally recorded as a part of the gross dry particulate matter, analysis indicates it is not a product of combustion or pyrolysis but appears in the particulate matter as a result of sublimation in the smoke, thus would not be considered "tar" in the usual sense.
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I za~,ozsos i 85-mm TRUE CAMBRIDGE METHOD 2anu€acturing Date Shift Batch # Wei ht Draw Dry Tar Nicotine Corrected Tar Time 10/6/66 2 45,46 1.084 .24 12.2 .65 11.6 7.5 10/7/66 1,3 - 10/7/66 2 46 1.078 .26 13.5 .71 12.8 7.1 '10/8/66 1,3 - 10/7/66 1,2,3 45,46 1.080 .26 11.3 .63 10.7 7.1 (Menthol) 10/8/66 1,2,3 46,47 1.080 .25 13.6 .69 12.9 7.1 ~ (Menthol) 10/10/66 1,2,3 47,48 1.078 .29 11.5 .62 10.9 7.4 (Menthol) , 10/11/66 1,2,3 48,49 1.080 .25 13.1 .69 12.4 7.2 (N`snthol ) 10/12/66 1,2,3 49,50 1.079 .28 14.4 .70 13.7 7.4 (Menthol) 10/13/66 1,2,3 I 50,51 1.059 .26 13.2 .69 12.5 7.2 (Menthol) 10/14/66 1,2,3 51 1.071 .26 13.2 .72 12.5 7.2 (Mnnthol)
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i 1i C.-. .o..,....o.%uR; ~ O~L_(~h • 07J7 l.Gi~LI~ ~ ~f 1 ~~~" ~ ~!_ C1bARV TTEB^•T OE)ACCO RESEARCH DIVISION e.....~rH.a n.o 252,5'~t.r~G..~l r,~~C~~rl,Jrirnel»tc~./tl~ 87~t~.~ N[w TOnK O/FIc[. . !00 [..SNO 9T. . n.. r~ ' Ka•. ~ ober L1, 1966 • NtW YORK, .M.r. 10011 . TO t Mr. W. D. Okerson ~ FROM : R. A. Wagner SiTBJECT: TRUE Ana lys is As indicated in our previous report, analysis of TRUE Cigarettes has been chan ged from a daily to a weekly basis. The results of tests conducted on cigarettes manufactured during the week ending Cctober 14, 1966 are as follows: 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Dry Corrected ~ Sam le Wei ht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending 10/14/66 1.061 .24 12.4 .70 • 11.7 7.0 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.077 .26 12.5 .68 11.8 7.2 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Dry Corrected Sample Weiht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending • - _ 10/14/66 1.073 1 .27 1 13.1 .68 12.4 7.3 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.076 .27 13.0 .68 12.3 7.1 RAW:jj .copy: Dr. A. W..Spears Mr. J. L. EGeffar R. A. Wagner Manager, Quality Control ,. . N
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e.o%. .cc.ca.'kOMnu.o ' ,.....o..,.. vv • [ \ ~ CIOARETTEf3- TOBACCO . ~ . . ..-, ~..a.~ RESEARCH DIVISION .. e..w..n[o7.0' . . ,~, . ' -NEW YoRK OFFICC• 100 c.,:M..Y. w October 27, '1966 • Naw ronK. N. r. of~ . . ; TO i Mx, W. D, Okeroon . ~ . • t . FROM : R. A. Wagner SUBJECT: TRUE Ana lys is The results o f smoking tests conducted on TRUE:Cigarettes manu- factured during the week ending October 22, 1966 are as follows: - 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Dry Corrected' Sam le Wei ht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending ~ 10/22/66 1.089 .26 12.8 .65 12.2 7.5. Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.074 .26 ' 12.7 .68 12.0 7.2 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Corrected I Sam le Weiqht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending . .10/22/66 1.092 .24 13.8 .64 13.2 7.3 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.074 .26 13.2 .68 12.5 7.2 RAW:jj C copyi Dr. A. W. Spears Mr. J. L. }Ge£fer ~~a~~'~ • R. A. Wagner Manager, Quality Control
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. c.eu .eanu.'~ow~aus^ I . ~ t~(r" '~ ~ ,i.. . / , «..o ((ff CIDARLTTTEB--•TODfBCC 0 - RESEARCH DIVISION 'e1f0,£a NEW YORK OFI,C[ - - tOO'E.,aNO OT. - ' . NLW YORK• N.Y. 10017 November4,. 1966 ' • TO i Mr. 1 W. D. Okerson PRObi : R. A. Wagner SUBJECT : TRUE 1Vi a l ys :is The results of smoking tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manufactured during the week ending October 29, 1966 are as follows: 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Dry Corrected. Sam le Wei ht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending 10/29/66 1.095 .24 12.6 .67 11.9 7.4 ~ Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.077 .26 12.7 .68 12.0 7.2 B5-mm TRUE (menthol). Dry Corrected Sam le Wei ht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending 10/29/66 1.079 .27 12.9 .69 12.2 7.2 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.076 .26 13.2 .68 12.5 7.3 R. A. Wagner RAW:j'j' Manager, Quality Control copy: Dr. A. W. Spears : : Mr. J. L..Keffer iC . - , . t • 111/I ~ ,, . ., . • . . • . . „ . . . • . . - .. • . ~ ' ti.
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C.aa[.nuR[.*6t0w1LN.e I +r_~~lrS i'1/.~-~•ri / . • .. 71 /'~L G 0 ~ B TOD l~ C CO CIOARETTE RESEARCH DIVISION 2525 ~' G..~lir t:~tl~r~el, ~teneloret,/y~ ,~?'/s0.~` NEW YORK 0F~JCC L4,.1966 November S00 E.AiMa /T. , , .~ , NCW YORK• N.Y. 10017 ' TO : Mr. W. D. Okerson FROM : R. A. Wagner SUBJECT: TRUE Analysis_ The results o f smoking tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manufactured during the we ek ending November 4, 1966 are as follows: 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Dry Corrected SAMPLE Wei ht Draw j Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending. ~ 11/4/66 1.079 .24 14.2 1 .75 13.4 8.1 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.080 .25 12.7 .67 12.0 7.3 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Dry Corrected SAMPLE Wei ht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending 11/4/66 1.077 .24 13.8~ .72 ' 13.1 8.0 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.077 .26 13.4 .69 12.7 7.3 Tar values for this period were higher than desired. These ciga- rettes required a longer than usual time to be smoked to the standard butt length. R. A. Wagner Manager, Quality Control RAW:jj copy: Dr. A. W. Spears Mr. J. . . L. lbaffez~ . . . - ~ 11 /~/ 7 ~i
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Cu.u b.oo.n.~wRitu~C' , . CM.•D....• BTTDB^-70BACC O C • AR I 0 . .. RESEARCH DIVISION - . u.......to ~..o . . . .. NEW YORK OFFICE , ' :oo E. ,:. ..r. November 21,' 1966 ' H[WYORK. N.Y. 10017 . ' ' . .. TO s Mr. W. D. Okerson FROM t R.. A. Wagner SUBJECT: TRUE AnaLysis The results of smoking tests conducted on TRUE Cigaretten manufactured during the week ending November 11, 1966 are as followss 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Dry Corrected Samnle Weight Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending / 11/11/66 1.008 .24 13.3 .71 12.6 7.6 '~ Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.081 .25 13.0 11 .69 12.3 7.4 g5-mm TRUE (menthol) Dry Corrected' Sam Le Wei ht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending 11/11 66 1.076 .26 13.5 .70 12.8 7.2 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.076 .26 13.6 ' .69 . 12.9 7.4 R. A. Wagner Manager, Quality Control RAW : j' j ; ` .
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C.fL[ IOO...Y6LOOIILLAROp ~ ~}~~~c ~ • .ow...0 ~ r', ~S rt t! 1~ ~ Lr ~,iIIf, ~I ^~~~ '~+ 1 1 ll CIOAR E77E3 -rTOBACCO - RESEARCH C1VIS11DN' I ' •\.~. M /1 ~ [O .0 L NEWYORK OFFICC :o0 E. ,z,o .Y. 1 . . November 29 , 1966 ' N[W YORX. N. Y. 10017 • - f .. . .. • . • , . ' . , I:• . . ' . ' To a` Mr. W. D. Okesson ~ FROM : R. A. Wagner .~ SUBJECT: TRUE Analysis The results of smoking tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manufactured during the week ending November 18, 1966 are as follows: 85 -mm TRUE (non-menthol)' Dry Corrected Sam le Weiht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending, ~ 11/18/66 1.071 .26 13.8 .80 13.0 8.0 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.082 .25 13.1 .70 12.4 7.4 85-mm~ TRUE (menthol) Dry Corrected _ Sample Wei ht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending 11/iE./66 1.067 .26 14.8' .81 14.0 8.0 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.076 .26 13.4 .69 12.7 7.4 1
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' . e.ac .eew..y'LewIa.Aae ~ . O CIOARET7M 9- TOBACCO RESEARCH DIVISION ~ e.ra.euh.o ~ree ~ ., n ~/ / / ,{/~J r ' 2J~~.J Ui~J~.iLfrtt~SPf ~ltPPr ~[cstdlDEo1JY. C1: Se'l"02. . NCW YORK Ofllc[ I lee E. 41110 /T. i • •. . .. . . .. NaW YonK. N.r. 1oo}t DecembeY lt 1966 TO s Mr. W. D. Okerson . FROM : R. A. Wagner SUBJECT: TRUE Analysis The results of smoking tests conducted on TRUE'Cigarettea manufactured during the week ending November 25, 1966 are as followat 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Dry ~ Corrected Sam le Wei ht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending ~ 11/25/66 1.080 .24 13.1 .70 12.4 8.1 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.080 .25 13.2 .71 12.5 7.6 ` 85-mm TRUE (menthoL) Dry Corrected Sam le Wei ht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending 11/25/66 1.084 .24 12.4 .68' 11.7 8.2 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.077 '.26 13.7 .71 13.0 7.5 ; R. A. Wagner , ~. Manager, Quality Control : Ra.W: j j ; ~ copyt Dr. A. W. Spears. ; ( Mr. .7. : L. Seffer ; ~ 11 ,. I I C ' t'~ ~ 1 • ~ ~ i .. . . ., : ' ~ I . . _ . . 1 . ~ 1 . . ..
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C.\ll .RCR(.f~~OflttA.O V 7 1 1 i `i \l.p. i , C1©ARMTTi=Li--TODAOCO RESEARCH DIVISION .P.S'25 6,,j &d4t1eCAeet ~'.u,.eGf4X4, .. NEW YORK OMCK . . . •• 200 E. 4ina OT, N[W YORK. N.Y• tool? • December 7v . 1966 TO t Mr . W. D. Okeraon , • FROM t R. A. Wagner SUBJECTs" TRUE Analysis The results of smoking tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manufactured during the week ending December 2, 1966 are as followa: 65-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Dry Corrected Sam le •-Wei ht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time C Week.ending • • i 12.2'66 1.083 .24 13.3 .71 12.6 8.1 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.081 .24 13.1 .71 12.4' 7.8 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Dry Corrected Sample Wei ht Draw Tar Nicotine Tar Time Week ending 12.2/66 1.074 .24 14.2 .75 13.4 8.2 Mean of 24 Previous Testa 1.079 .25 13.5 .71 12.8 7.6 G «
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' C.elt .ooec.\~~D~~laAnv~ : 1 z1f? . cI vARCrrca---rooacco , RESEARCH DIVIS{ON ~ . l\1.\ll\.M{O If.O • „ „ 1' 252,4' ' BP`.9 M[W YORK O/rICR • .oo E..:«e RT. ' • .. • December 23, ' 1966 ~ ` N[w roRR. N,Y• 10011 , ., . • , , s. . . . TO ~ M,c. W . D. CkQgqon ~ FROM s R. A. Wagner SUBJECTs TRUE Analysis . . . The results of smoking / tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manufactured during the.week ending December 9, 1966 are as followas 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Corrected Dry Dry Particulate Particulate . ~m le YTei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time Je&, ending L2 9/66 1.084 .26 15.3 2 14' +iean of 24 ?revious tests 1.064 .24 13.3 .71 12.6 8.0 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Corrected Dry I Dry Particulate Particulate Sam le Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time feek ending L2 9 66 1.-086 11 .26 14.7 .74 14.0 8.1 4ean of 24 • - . ?revioua Tests 1.076 .25 13.6 .73 12.9 7.8 ' RAWsjj copys ~Dre A. W. Spears I°ir . J. L. Ke f f e r Mr. E. C. Fieg ' Mre C.' B. Welborn 0
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e•..c .ou.e..'waruA*o'j T.l l /. t./ www.ro.,.. \J~ ,. C1OAi9t;TTr_B•-•TODeACC® RESEARCH DIVISION ' NcwroRK oFF{cc too t. .:»o a DeCE3mb8r23 1 t. 966 ' • NKw roRK. N.r• 10011 . ... , . • , . r.. TO , s Mr: W. D. Okerson FROM s R. A. Wagner SUBJECTs TRUE Analysis ' , The results of smoking . tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manufactured during the week ending December 16, 1966 are as foLlowss 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Corrected Dry Dry Particulate Particulate Sample Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time W k ending 1_6/66 1.082 •25 14.6 .81 13.8 8.2 Mean of 24 Previous Tests ' 1•O81 .25 13.8 .75 13.0 J 8.0 . 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Corrected Dry Dry Particulate Particulate Sam le Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time Week ending 12 16.66 1.076 .26 15.0 .81 14.2 8•D Mean of 24 • Previous Tests 1.077 .25 13.9 .73 13.2 8.0 Dry particulate matter has been much higher than desired for the past two tests. This has caused the mean level for the past six ' weeks to be just over the desired level. R. A. Wagner RAWsjj Manager, Quality Control' / xcs Dr. A. W. Spears t Mr. J. L. IGeffer ;. Mr. E. C. Fieg Mr. C. B. Welborn
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[' / ! CIOARECTTtiEi- TOBACCO FtESEARCH DIVI31Oy' . N[W YonK orrlc[• ' goo E• •:Ne iT. • ~. _ , . . January 3, 1967 .. . • , N=W.YOnK. N.Y. 110017 - .. . .. .. . . . .. .. '.xl. ' . ' ~Ii . ~: TO rt Mr. W. 8. Marean , FROM t R. A. Wagner . SUBJECT: - TRVE!-Analy sis The results of smoking tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manufactured during the week ending December 23[ 1966 are as follows: 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Corrected Dry Dry C Particulate Particulate dam 1e Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time Week ending 12/23/66 1.080 '.26 14.6 .75 13.8 7.9 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.081 .25 13.9 .76 13.1 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Corrected Dry Dry Particulate Particulate Sam le Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time Week ending ~ 12 23.66 1.000 .25 14 ~ .77 - 13.7 7.9 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.077 .25 14.1 .75 13.3 8.0 1 RAW:jj Copya Dr....A. W. Spears ' Mr: J. L. Keffer Mr. lrir. E. C. C. B. Fieg Welborn Q W0 ~ N H N
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. " ~ - " Ir (~ Jt %liI/ U?YI-Q Ct,t3ARE77ES^r YO©ACCA - ~ RESEARCH DIVISION .~52,5 c~J~./Llrr-1/it~JGtKI ~rl~rdLatola/K C1: ~'`%'~f~.L~ ' NEWYRIRKOlI7CE ' .. . I :oo E. ,:.e .r. NEW Y011K.,N.Y•.10017 ' ,. ~anuar 6, 1967 y . TO s Mr. W. D. Okerson . FROM . R. A. Wagner SUBJECT: TRWE Analysis , The results of smoking tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manu- factured-during-the week ending December 30, 1966 are as follows: 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Corrected Dry Dry Particulate Particulate ~ Sam le Wei ht Draw Mateer Nicotine Matter Time Week ending 12 30/66 1.086 .27 1.4.6 .81 13.8 8.3 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.080 .25 14.1 .76 13.3 8,0 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Corrected Dry Dry Particulate Particulate Sam le. Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time .Week ending 12Z30 66 1.076 .28 14.3 .75 13.5 8.2 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.078 .25- 14.3 .76 13.5 8.1 '~ F;. A. Wagner RAWsjj ' Manager, Cuality Control ' • • ` coPy: Dr. A. W. Spears Mr. J. L. Keffer ' • ! Mr. E. C. Fieg . ~. . Mr. C. B. Welborn
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CNt[ tiDO.tl. LQ,If~itfRO~ GI.C,CGf/GC(~ ~~77/ L~j/7 ~ CIOARE77E8^•70BACC0 ..r,= ' . . • . RESEARCH DIVISION 2?'~i0~' NEW YORK OFFICC • •. 200 C. A2nD OT, January 17, 1967 . • NLW.YORK. N.Y. 10017 TO s< Mr. W. D. Okerson ~ , FROM . R. A. Wagner SUBJECT: TRUE Cigarettes Routine tests conducted on weekly samples of TRUE:Cigarettes taken from December production indicated higher levels of particulate ` . matter than desired. Since the January AB projection indicated lower levels, it was decided to substitute the replacement grades immediately. The new leaf line reached the manufacturing floor on Friday, January 6. Daily samples were collected and analyzed from January 6 through ~ January 12. The results of these tests are listed beLow: 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) ' Dry Corrected Particulate Particulate Sam Le Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Ti'me 1/6/67 1.090! .30 13.7' .79 12.9 8.5 1/9/67 1.086 .28 14..3 .83 13.5 8.2 1/10/67 1.068 .28 14.1 .79 13.3 8.1 L/11/67 1.088 .26 12.8 .77 11.9 7.9 1/12/67' 1.080 1.2'7 14.4 .78 13.6 8.2 Mean ~ 1.086 .28 ! 13.9 I .79 ! 13.1 ~ 8.2 December . Production 1.083 --I .26 14.5 _ .78 T • 13.7 8.1 ; ~i ..~h G `,.
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Mr. W. D. Okerson - 2- January 17, 1967 65-mm TRUE (menthol) Dry Corrected Particulate Particulate Sam le Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time •1/9/67 1.064 i .27 14.3 .72 13'.6 8.0 -1/10/67 1.0©0 .28' 14.8 .76 i 14.01 7.8 1.11 67 1.073 .2'9 14.1 .80 13,3 ' 8.0 " 1/12/67 1.084 .26 14.3 .80 13.5 8.0 Mean 1.075 .28 14.4 I .77 13.6 I 8.0 December Production 1.078 .26 14.5 .76 13.7 8.1 An equal number of samples were also prepared by placing tape over the holes in the tipping paper. These samples were analyzed with and without filters. The results of these tests, and a comparison with similar work done in July 1966 are shown below: e 85-mm TRUE (holes taped) Dry Dry Particu- Particulate late Matter' Nicotine Matter Nicotine % Reduction ~ % Reduction Sample Control Filter % ~ Control Filter % Due to Holes Due to Holes Non Menthol 27.8' 16.4 41.0 L.36 .86 36.8 15.2 8.1 MenthoL 26.8 15.7 41.4' 1.26 .81 35.7 8.3 1.2 Kean 27.4 16.1 41.2 1.31 I.84 35,9 12.4 I 7.1 July, 1966 25.4 14.5 42.9 1.20 .74 38.3 11.0 I 10.8 A review of all the data presented above indicates the followingi .1. The new leaf line has lowered the level of dry particulate matter sli'ghtly, but not to the desired level. , . . •. . . „ i ' .
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. .. MX, W. D. Okerson - 3- January 17, 1967 2. Cigarette& have a slightly higher draw than usual. 3. Filtering efficiency is slightly lower than.it was in July. 4. Control values for dry particulate matter and nicotine are higher than they wore in July. , 5. Reduction of particulate matter and nicotine due to holes is still satisfactory. Since the new leaf line did not do the complete job, and since it appeared that the filters were partly at fault in the current problem, it was decided to make rods with a lower draw specification. Samples representing this change are currently being analyzed, and will be reported on as soon as the data is available. , . RAW:jj copy: , Dr. A. W. Spears Mr. J. L. Keffer Mr. E.C. Fieg ' Mr. C. B. Welborn t R. A. Wagner Manager, Quality•Control.
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C..L[ .OO.f.e~.eN1lNRO . / / / / ~(iLVlyf~lV~V • V J~ CIOAREY7G8--ro6ACCo RESEARCN DIVISION s..a.ae~ee n.e .. ,'25 '~G.~1 212 ~ternahocor,/~~i' ' •GO,~ NCw YOnK orllc[ .. - • ,oa E..:.e.r. h[n ronK. N.r, f0011 Januar 18, 1967 Y •' TO : Mr. W. D. Okerson FROM : R: A. Wagner SUBJECT: TRUE AnaLysis The results of smoking tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manufactured during the week ending January 6, 1967 are as follows: 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Corrected Dry Dry Particulate Particulate .am le Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time. Week ending I ' ' 1 6 67 1.07$ .28 15.5 .85 . 14.7 8:0 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.082 .25 14.3 .77 13.5 8.1 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Corrected Dry Dry Particulate Particulate Samle Wei h~t Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time Week ending 1 6~67 1.069 .28 i 15.2 •.79 14.4 _ 7.9 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.079 .26 14.2 .75 13.4 8.1 Particulate matter and nicotine levels continue.to be higher than desired. , RAW:jj R. A. Wagn&r • Manager, Quality Control copyr Dr. A. W. Spears Mr. Mr. Mr. J. E. C. L. C. B. Keffer Fieg Welborn / ~ /~
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~ ~. . r_- .,, '..___.. . ~ . ~ ~ ~. CIOARB77E8-•7OBACCO . RESEARCH DIVISION ,Q9•G08 NEW.YORK OrIICC • . • .. • 100 E. 42.0 01. N[W.YOnK. N.Y. 10017 " . January 18, 1967 ' . TO s Mr. W. D. Okerson ~ FROM s R. A. Wagner SUBJECTt TRUE Analy sis . ~.~ - The results of smoking tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manu- factured during the week ending January 13, 1967 are as followss ~ . 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) : Corrected ~ Dry _ Dry . Particulate ` Particulate Sam le Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time Week ending 1 67 1.081 .28 13.6 .80 12.8 8.0 Mean of 24 1 Previous Tests 1.082 .26 14.7 .79 13.9 8.1 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Corrected Dry Dry - Partic-ulate Particulate Sam Le Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time Week ending il L67 1.070 .28 14.0 .74 13.3 7.6 Nrean of 24 'Previous Tests 1.077 .26 14.7 ~• .77 13.9 8.0 . ~ . . ~c ' , . . • . . ;'• . • . • . . . . . . • . ., ., . . . .. . - . '. . ' • . •_. ., . .. ' . , • . ~
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Mr. W. D. Okerson - 2 - January 18, 1967 The current samples represent the first week's production in which the new leaf line was' used. This blend conta'3.ned three new grades of tobacco in line with the January AD proj'e,c tion. . RAW:jj copy: Dr. A.•W. Spears Mr. tJ,' L. Keffer Mr. E. C. Fieg ' Mr. C. B. Welborn . . ~ R. A. Wagner Manager, Quality Control . , . .-,
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, wu .oo.aee•.OeIauee• q~ CIOARE=TTCB- TO~ACCO ` RESEi1T4Cli D~VIfi,ION ' •I N[WYORK.01/ICt 100 [. 41nu eT. •N[WYO/1K.N.Y.,oo„ . .. . 7anuary 31, 1967 '. . .. ,.. .. . „ . TO s Mr. W. D. Okerson . , FROM : R. A. Wagner • SUBJECT: TRUE Analy sis The results of smoking tests conducted on TRUE'Cigarettes manu- - factured during the week ending January 20, 1967 are as follows: . 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Corrected r Dry Dry Particulate ' Particulate ~am le Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time ^1e~ , ending 1/20/67 1.085 .25 14.2 .78' 13.4 7.8 ~tean of 24 Previous Tests 1.082 .27 14.7 .81 13.9 8.1 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Corrected' Dry Dry Particulate Particulate Sam le Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time Week ending 1.20 67 1.482 .25 14.4 .79 13.6 7.9 Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.077 .27 14.6 .77 13.8 8.0 RAW:jj copys Dr. A. W. Spears Mr. J. L. I<effer Mr. E. C. Fieg ,•Mr. C. B. Welborn
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us~. .nnwa..'tO~uuwn CIOARETTEB^'TODACC® RESEARCH DIVISION ~r~: ~~eo~~G' NEWYORK OI/tC[. ' . 100 E.. 42ne 9T., N[W YORK. N.Y. 10017 February 2, 1967 . TO : Mr. W. D. Okerson FROt4 3 R. A. Wagner • SUBJECT: TRUE Analysis .. , . ., The results of smoking tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manu- factured during the week ending January 27, 1967 are as follows: 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Corrected' Dry Dry ' Particulate Particulate Sample Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time. :7 ending IXiZ6'7 1.083 .25 14.4 .76 13.6 8.1 Z.lean of 24 Previous Tests 1.082 .26 14.5 .80 '13.7 8.0 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Corrected. Dry Dry Partaculate Particulate Sam2le Wei ht Draw • Matter Nicotine Matter Time Keek ending • 1/27/67 1.082 .24 14.0 .70 13.3 8'.0 Y.ean of 24 - - - - Previous Tests 1.076 .27 14.6 .78 13.8 7.9 . R. A.. Wagner Nkmager, Quality Control Copy: Dr. A. W. Spears Mr. J: L. Keffer ; Mx. E. C. Fieg Mr. C. B. -Welborn
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e.a[ .a Y f0 [. * "LO/NtN1Ao' p~~I~G~C`~~ ~O?7A CIA.of- CIOARL'^T?'E9^rTOBACCO ° RESEARCH DIVISION e....u.n.o ~~.o :... ,.9.v95 .er.~0,t' : NEW YORK OKFIOL =oo E: +=.o •T• February 8, 1967 NGW YORK. N.Y. 10o1Y • TO = Mr. W. D. Okerson ` ~. FROM : R. A. Wagner SUBJECT: TRUE,AnalYsis The results of-smoking tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manu- factured durihg the week ending February 3, 1967 are as follows: 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol. ) Corrected' Dry Dry Particulate Particulate* Sam le Weight Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time W ending ( 2/ :67 1.072 .26 13.6 .77 12.8 8.0 mean of 24 , ' Previous Tests 1.082 .26 14.5 .79 13.7 8.0 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Corrected Dry . Dry Particulate Particulate SampLe Weiht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time Week ending 2.3.67 1.061 .25 14.7 .82 13.9 7.8 Mean of 24' _ _ Previous Tests 1.077 .26 14.4 .76 13.6 7.9 This is the first full week's production, which included all grades listed !~4_ 6 ~_ / / RAw:jj in the March AB projection. , copys Dr. A. w. Spears Mr. Mr. Mr. J. E.• C. L. C. B. iteffer Fieg Wolborn R. A. Wagner Manager, Quality Control
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e.eu Aoo.c.."wMItuee' ewfy~w Z~ CI OAR 'ErTTEB~EB-B -- T013ACCO ~ ~ RESEARCH DIVISION' NEW YORK OfI1C[ • • . '°° E• "'"e °T• Februar 27'," 1967 Y NGW.YOnK.N.Y.10017 . , TO s Mr. W. D . Okerson FROM : R. A. Wagner SUBJECT: TRUE Analysis The results of amoking tests conducted on TRUE:Cigarettea manu- factured'during the week ending February 17, 1967 are as follows: .. , 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Corrected ~ Dry Dry Particulate Particulate Samnle Weight Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time w : ending 2 7.67 1.103 .25 12.7 .69 12.0 7.9 N.ean of 24 j Previous Tests 1.081 .26 14.2 .78 13.4 7.9 85-mm TRUE (menthol) • Corrected Dry Dry Particulate Particulate Sam91e Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time Week ending 2.17 67 1.090 .23 13.9 ..73 13.2 7.9 vean of 24 Previous Tests 1.076 .26 14.4 .76- -13.6- - 7.8 RAW:jj copy: Dr. A. W. Spears Mr. Mr. Mr. Dr. J. E. C. F. L. C. B. J. I{effer Fieg Weiborn Schultz R. A. Wagner ' Manager, Quality Control G 0
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[/Ei[.eo.[..%OA1LUwe O~l~K/i~< l ~ 0~~7 / ~~G/ e . / CtOARETTECfs--TO©ACCO . RESEARCH DIVISION .....,.«.e...o NCw YORK O/FICL .. • °oa °....T. March 2, 1967 NCW YOnK. N.Y. 10017 , ' . . . . . ' _ . .. . TO i rrr. w. r. !',~xsan . . ~ . .. ; • P'RObl s R. -A. Wa gner SU'i3JECT: TRLJE Analysis_ The results of •emoking'testeiconducted on TRUE Cigarettes manu- : factured during:the week ending February 24, 1967 are as followas 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) . ~, . Corrected . .~- Dry " . Dry Part:.culate Particulate a;,1512 Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Nlatter Time ,7e .. ending 2/24/67 1.090 .25 13.3 .73 12.6 7.5 .'wan of 24' Previous Tests 1.085 .26 13.7 .76 12'.9 7.9 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Corrected Dry • Dry Particulate Particulate Sam le Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time ;Jeek ending 2 2467 1.076 .26 13.5 .78 12.7" 7.9' Mean of 24 Previous Tests 1.079 __ .25 _ _ 14.2 .75 13.4 7.8 Dr. A. W. Spears Nx. J. L. Keffer Mr. E. C. Fieg• Mr. C. B. Welborn Manager, (}uality Control R. A. Waner
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• uni..o:owc..~aowiauwo' li .... ..... ~ "~ v CIOARC77E9^~70B ACCO RESEARCH DIVISION , • •. i./..a...... 1so . 1 2 lW172 HCw'YOMK OIFICC 200C..~Swe YY• Ncw vonx. r+.r.•loon March 10, 1967 ' , - TO . Mr. W. D. Okerson FROM 'R. A. Wa gner SUBJECT: TRIJu .An a lys is The results of smoking tests conducted on TRUF,,Cigarettes manu- factured during th e week ending March 3, 1967 are as follows: 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Correcte•c4•-'} Dry Dry ~ Particulate Particulate, Samnle Wei ht Draw Matter Nicoti'ne Matter Time ~ k ending ` 3 l3/67 1.080 .22 12.9 .7 12.1 Nean of 24 Previous Tests 1.-087 .25 113.6 .74 12 85-mm TRUE' (menthol) Corrected Dry Dry Particulate Particulate Samnle Wei ht Draw Nfatter Nicoti'ne Matter Time Week ending . 3 3'67 1.068 .24 13.8 .84 1 ] of 24 Mean Previous Tests OQ0 1 74 141 7~ 1 t _ 4 7. q RAW: . - CoPy. Dr. A. W. Spears Mr. Mr. :' Ns. J. E: C. L. C. B. Keffer Fieg Welborn y/C;,,. ~- // ~~ R. A. Wagner Manager, Quality Control cT
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[.a. .es.c.a~VnwILu~•o _-- - yY---~- . . { Li ` y! ~l rjr AT .ae..o..... - A •-roa CCo c1oAl~crres RESEARCH DIVISION . - a.........e n.o •GG2 h[M/YonK O[/iC[ ,. . • 1O0 C.e2MD ar. , March 16, 1967 . N[WYOqX. M: Y. 10017 , ' TO i Mr. W. D. Okerson FROM • i ~t. A. Wagner ~ SUBJECT: TRUE Analysis The results of•a moking tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manu- factured dur'ihg the week ending March 10, 1967 are as follows: 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) Corrected~''= Dry Dry .. y : Particulate Particulate-• Samole Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time W : ending 3~J/67 1.082 1 1 .24 13.0 .72 12.3 8.0 r~:an of 24 Previous Tests 1.086 .25 13.4 .74 12.7 7.8 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Corrected Dry Dry Particulate Particulate Samole Wei~~ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time Week ending 3/10/67 1.074 .23 14.3 .78 13.5 8.1 Mean of 24 I Previous Tests 1.078 :24 14.0 .77 13.2 7.8 RAWsjj copy: Dr. A. W. Spears Mr. Mr. Mr. J. E. C. L. C. S. Xeffer Fieg Welborn R. A. Wagner . Manager, Quality Control . . :, ~
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CaeL[ .evR[-.%ORILL..1e '. II , ~ .0~~7 `~~z? I6/ - / r f ~y~ .rl~~ '• \ - -„Li-W _.,I1, lT_ r 1 CIOARE77E8^r70BAGC0 RESEARCN D IVISION t ' N[W 'YORKOFFIC[ " - . : 200 c..:ne rr. 1•SarC}1 23 # 1967 Ncw roRK• N.Y. 10917 .. . ' TO : Mr. W: D. 0xeraon FROM : R. A. Wagner ' St7t3JECT s TRUE Ana lys is ' The results of'amoking tests conducted on'TRUE Cigarettes manu- factured during the week ending March 17, 1967 are as folLowss 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) . ~, Corrected-:;," Dry Dry Particulate Particulate ~ amDle Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time. Welr~c ending 3/17/67 1.082' .23 13.11 .71 12.4 7.8 N,ean of 24 • t Previous Tests 1.086 .24 13.2 .74 12.5 7.8 85-mm TRUE (menthol) Corrected Dry Dry . Particulate Particulate Sam Le Wei ht Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time Week ending 3/17/67 1.085 .23 14.3 .76 13.5 7.9 N.ean of' 24' Previous Tests 1.076 .24 14.0 .78 13.2 7•8 . ~ AI, ~.:171 Rr:W: j j R. A. Wagner Manager, Quality Control copy: Dr. A. W. Spears Mr. Mr. Mr. J. E. C. L. C. B. I6effer Fieg Welborn G
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ueu woe.c....O..1wwo" O~CCC~,I~~l~,,I~~l~ ~077~ Glri7?i~ J . - 7, -~/ Jv ` . ~T . _ V C10ARE77EJ-~70DACC0 RESEARCH DIVISION 27GO,e' ' N[W YORK OIRICC 100 E• •=..e oY• - March 30, 1967 NCW YORK. N.Y. 10017 • TO . Mr. W. D. Okerson FROM . R. A. Wa gner ~ SUBJECT: TRLT~' Analysis The results of`smoking tests conducted on TRUE Cigarettes manu- factured duYing,the week ending March 24, 1967 are as follows: 85-mm TRUE (non-menthol) • Corrected Dry Dry Particulate Particulate Samnle Wei .ht Draw Matter I Nicotine Matter Time ~ k ending • 3/24/67 1.083 .23 13.5 .71 12.8 7.9 ..~an of 24 I Previous Tests 1.087' .24 13.1 .73 12.4 7.8 85-mm TRUE (~nenthol)' Corrected Dry Dry Particulate i Particulate Sam le Wei~~Y.t Draw Matter Nicotine Matter Time Week ending . 3 24' 67 • 1.072 .26 14.1 .74 13.4• 8.0 .N~an of 24 Previous 1 i_nsin _24 14.0 .77 13.2 7.9 ~GC . G~ct 2/ RAW:jj i ~ ~~ R. A. Wagne~ ~ Manager, Quality Control` copy: •Dr. A. W. Spears i4r. Mr. Mr. J. E. C. L. C. B. Keffer Fieg Welborn
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RANDOM MARI+CT SA.'~iPLES DATA C 0
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Market C©de Date Purchase Date ;t. Louis 3/66 :arfield 5/66 )allas 3/66 7/66. taytown 5/66 8/66 NEWPORT (80 mm.) Dry Particulate . Weiqht Draw Matter Nicotine Control Filter Contr -ol Filter ControT Fflt,gr ~ (Qnj:~cj,1 Fi,l:tP,r 9~ LORILLARD METHOD .878 1.008. .54' .871 1.000 .50 873 1.006 .52 .888 1.015 .58 ,.28 25.6 16. ~ 37.1 2.18 .28 24.6 15.' 7 36.2 2.18 .28 .,, 24.1 •15.6` 35.3. 1.97 .32 ` 24.6 . 15:1 /38.6 '2.08 CAMBRIDGE METHOD 0MozsoQ .873 1.002 .51 .27 .861 .999 .53 .29 .878 1.006 .50 .27 1.76 1.93 1.99 1.36 37.6 1.44 33.S 1.27 35.4 1.41 32.2 1.28 27._ 1.33 31_] 1.34 32.i
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NEWPORT (85 mm.) Dry Particulate Code Purchase ' Weight Draw Matter Nicotine Market Date Date goMtro1 Fil r Contro Filter Qntj-ol Fylter % Control Fi1tPr % ;t. Louis ;arfield Dallas Raytown 3/66 5/6fi 6/66 7/66 7/66 8/66 i7atertown 10/66 Philadelphia 11/66 Los Angeles 12/66 LORILLARD METHOD .907 1.042 .59 .29 .902 1.032' .57 .28 .928 1.049 .51 .26. .916 1.046' ~.54' .32 26.8 17.2 24.7 15.9 23.2 13.5 24,9. 16.1' 2.22 1.36 38.; 2.37 1.54 35.t 1.80 1.02 43.: 2.10 1.36 35.: IMozsoe
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SPRING (85 mm.) ' Dry Particulate . Code Purchase Weight Draw Matter' Nicotine Mar-ket Date Date Con~o~Fljter Contre)],~'1Tter Control iF lter q Contro1 Fiit-er % t. Louis arfield allas aytown atertown 9/66 11/66 hiladelphia 10/66- 12/66 os Angeles 1/67 2/67 44oz9os
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G C 9 eMoz9oe TRUE Green (85 mm.) r
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i KENT (70 Dry Particulate Code Purcbase Weight Draw Niatter' Nicotine Market Date Date Control F;1 er Control Filter Control-ilter % Control Fi7ter 96 . Louis 3/66 .786 .890 .56 .rfield 5/66 .760 .891 .60 .llas 12/65 7/66 .189 .903 .40 ' ytown 10/65 8/66 .766 .879 .57 .25 20.0 10.9 45.5 1.50 .88 41.3 .26 19.5 10.7 45.1 1.57 .93 40.8 .21' 18.0 9.6. 46.7 1.26 .79 37.3 .26 19.3 10.6 '45.1 1.46 .89 39.0 rand not received for November. rand not received for December. VELozsoe
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KENT (80 mm.) Dry Particulate Code Furchase Weight Draw Matter Nicotine Market Date Date Control Filter Cont,rol Filter Control Filter % Con-r-o1 Fi] - 9G t. Louis arfield allas .aytown 'atertown ,hiladelphia ,os Angeles 3/66 .882 5/66 ..876 3/66 7/66 .894 5/66 8/66 .882 9/66 11/66 .885 10/66 12/66 .904 12/66 2/67 .894 LORILLARD METHOD 1.006 .998 1.018 1.000 1.006. 1.024 1.016 .46 .46 .22 ..47 .23 46.3 1.71 .95 44.4 45.5 1.76 1.02 42.0 47.4 1.72 .93 45.9 .46.6 1.86 1.02 45.2 1.68 1.91 1.95 1.17 30.4 1.29 32.5 1.25 35.9 "X4OZ908
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n Dry Particulate Code Purchase _ Weight Draw Matter Nicotine Market Bate Date ContKQ„lFilter Contro]. Eilt,Qr CQnfroler °/ Control F 1 P V. . Louis 3/66 .896 rfield 5/66 •.883 alas 6/66 7/66 .877 .ytown 7/66 8/66 .884 .tertown 9/66 11/66 .880 iiladelphia 11/66 12/66 .901 is Angeles 11/66 2/67 .920 LORILLARD METHOD,- 1.030 •.55 .22 1.018 .56' .24 1.012 .61 . .26 1.017 .58 .27 26.7 , 13.2 50..6 ', 2.10 1.06 , 49.5 25".9 12.4 52.1 2.12 1.07 49.5 26.8 13.0 51.5 2.13 1.10 48.2 26.8 13.6 •49.3 2.06 1.12 45.6 1.013. .55 .22 ' 33.2 18.51 44.3 1.034 .58 .24 33.1 19.5 41.1 1.056 .54 .22 33.7 19.6 41.8 1.80 . 1.12 37.8 1.85 1.20 •35.1. 1.89, 1.18 37.6 SCZ,3Z908
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u OLD GOLD FILTER (85 mm.) Dry Particulate ' CoBe Purc•hase Weight Draw Matter Nicotine Market Date Date Contr,o1_ Fi lter _Control Fi. ter ContrQl E; l,rer % Cont o1 11rer 9~ LORILLARD METHOD''. 1.011 .52 .24 .998 .54 .28 1.035 .49 .26 1.032. - .58 .31 LUoz9oe
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u TRUE Blue (85 Dry Particulate . Code Purc'hase Weight Draw Matter Nicotine Market Date Date Control Fi1tP+ ontrQl,,Filter Contrnl Fi1fQr % Control Filt,--r f eMozsoe
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~~~;~ l .LL ~J- ~,j9 INC. J r' i~~ ~R 777 T:11nD AVE., 1EW YOni(', v. Y. 10917129025 WILSHIRE BLVD!, BEVERLY FULLS, CAL. [12055 PEEL ST., MONTREAL, P.Q. IENT; P. LORILLARD C0M{rL NO.:K-R66-5L7-6,0 60 (SECS) i LIVE p F/G/A p PROQUCT: ICSi~`^' 717LE "MAESTRO" FILrr1 p FOR PROD. p 103 NO.: PROGRA;1: / (NET) DATE: 7/15/66 nms AIR DATE TAPE p AS REC. n CHORUS: 1 To a maestro...it's a symphony, 16 2 To a drursner...it's a tympani, 3 To a che.-nist, the ex~n, eriment, `1 To a smoker, it's a Kent. 5 (WIiISThi) 6 The taste of Kent... 7 (1VHI5^1 L2) 8 The taste of Ken'c... 9 (Lu'HISTLL) 10 The taste of Xant.. 11 More taste, fine tobacco, 12 To a banker...it's a modern vault, 13 To a tumbLer...it's a somersault, 14 To a rower...it's encouragement, 15 To a smoker, it's a Kent. (MiJS IC UbTJi.R.. . ) 17 ~ti'i:CR: Light tip a Kent. And enjoy the most satisfying taste in 18 • smoking todty... as it comes through the 41hite Kent filter. 19 (BUTTON) If you smoke a filter cigarette, try the taste of _ . 20 - Kent. 21 22' 23 24
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~~. i~~~lrl r'' . . CT P. noRILI1VID CoT'MInt ~ COf;U,1. NO.:ic-r67-539-6o ~:6o (SEaS) !!E., C A D i RODJCT:K~T i CIGA~T'i'3S~ 71TtE ~~F'gPi;CiLFOR', PiOD. 1013 NOr. 275-05-789 PROGRAM: / (NET) AS REC. DATE: 4 11gL6 ~1 AIR DATE wORD CoutdT i CHORUS: INTI20DUCTIOiI, To a Frenchman, it's the Ei.f£el Toaer, To a Dutchman, it's a pretty flower, 4 To an Indian, it's a mo nument, 5 To a s mo:.er, i t's a Ken t. 1 6 (I,IUSIC ) 7 The ta / ste of'K ent... 8 (muszc ) 9 The ta ste of K ent... I . ~ 10 (i NSIC ') ~ 11 t The ta 12 ste of K ent... More t aste, fi ne tocace o, 13 To the 14 Irish, it's a le prechaun, To a G 15 recian, it's the Farthenony. To a S 16 cotsman, it's his regijuent, To a ~, moker, i tts a Ken t. 17 AIv?';CR: la If you smoke a filter c igarette, try the taste of Kent. 19 20 21 22 23 24 Mtr lJU~!-65 ~iu rA ~~ N
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RADIO TV l f•-- - - C 1. (hfUSIC) REPOR T S. INIC. • leave the gold shipment; 9• (SFX= GUN SHOTS IN FtHYTYLLS) ,~ f ••' ` . \ ~• 13. Yes, they cau,e,.SYhim - when his Kents wcxe down. 17• The mo:al is: I£you smokeafilte:cigzarette . ,.sn3.wantmoresatis- fying taY.e... 2. n:, Lucuu..:.u Lu: F~ODUCT:~E,~i CIGAREPTES AS FILMF•D TV COV2.;'L hO: K-TV 67.20-GOC TITLE: "COU``TRY K:ILLAD" SINGER: Herc't the srory of a rcal bcd'suy - -^- -- ~ ~ _.. C. ~ ~ 6. 10. 1 but he'd make off with the Kents. CHORUS: He :;tole the Kentz, 14. When he fini:Sed his lmpritonment, 18: So~s-maiElit, to yourKent 19. You'll see wh•/, Uh sc.o:e, say, ta.asmokcr, it's (b4USIC) ' a Kent, DA"ir.: Z/1'/67 LFNGTH: (r. SEC. CO2.4.;1) ci
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a:'v,:+-usnw F~OOc:CUCT: Ke.,ti'h' RADIO 1 V REPORTS. IINC. AS FILMED TV COSIM'L NO: K-TV67-26-20C pA-i,g: MARCH 1967 TITLE: "BARN DANCE" LENGTH: 20i5ECO:IDS `.,. L. / ',T \ "~ENT 5. it's s Kent. 4 6, ANNCR:(VO)'For the most satisfying taste... .in fiiter cigarettes today,., lI i 3• it's her favorite gent,. - , 7. Tos smoker, it'sa Kent. ,.; ti J ,~-- 4. to a smoF:cr.., Ehl 8. Try the tatte of Kent. 9, (MUSIC BUTTON)
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F:ADIIO~ TV REPORTS. It`JC.. S'liO+.`~E1CT: KENT. ~ ~...... 1 . ~ s ~ • ;\ 7 / 1 r\_ LJV~ N t_. 1. S. (Rl-Il'THM) i 2. CHORUS: (SINGS) To a spaceman, it's the moon, moon, moon 3. To a pirate, )t's a gold NK-104-60 (60 SEC. COMbt. ) 4. To a sLStor, it'k her da con:.eut... g. To a smoker, it's a Kent. 6. (WHISTLE); MEDI:....tne taste of Kent. Qj ;~a°~y/ :V(G..~~ ~ ~ l ° -e r: .. ...-. L._ 4 Moretaste, fine~tobaceo~~ lU:~ (RHYTHM)i FILFJI CONVERSION TI-i LE- "SPAcE.titAN" doubloon... 7. (WIH7STLE), WOME4i..,the taste of Kent. 11., To a racer, it's the extra~ rpeed... 13. To a jumper, it's a sow 14. To a smoker, it's a Kent. 15. (WHISTLE)) d'escunt..... E f E ~ (]VHI STLE) ~ G ROUP: ... the taste of Kent. I2;To a gard'oeq it'ea' magic seedi... a n 16. (WFUSTLE) WOMEN: .., the taste of _ Kent. MEDIe ...the taste of Kent J~rW, -C;-_wL e... `'You sl:.:o::e ... GSI \. '(r..L C -- ~. 17. .(WF'.ISTLE)lb, More'taste,, fine tobacco 19. AtitiCR:(SPOKliN)', GROUP: ...the taste of (RH1'TAi\,)If yvuu smokc a.filter Kenr. - ' cigarette..._ : jy ..: taste 0j J 20. trytlie taste of Kentl
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RAD:O TV REPORTS. INC. PRODUCT: KE.tiT \ • J J 1. 1t t S. (JI\GLETNSTRUMI.~"~ITAL 2. AND APPROPRIATE SFX) it's a Kent. y. the taste of Kent. FILM COIN'JERSICV' TITLE: "SHERIFF" N'K-106-20 (20 SEC. COt,iM. ) (Ji:IGLEINSTRUMIENTAL 3. AND APPROPRIATE SFX) 6. AA'IQCR'a (VO) For more taste...fSne tobacco... 7. JINGLE CHORUS: To a 4. To a pmoker... sheriff. .. ' iNi which way they went... If you smoke a filter ciy^arette... 8. try (7)
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oc 1967 P. Lorillard'Co:, . , ~~ ` c ---' A ~
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C 0 Z1~ 0 ~4 d"` 1 f :? ~ -~j• ~ ~ 9 „ ~ 7b'_ S,G(C~`' ~ i Cy ©1966 P. ' ^,: illard Co. t ( ~t~U~. ,..J~(4~) More taste...fine tobacco - ~ --~- - -- ~ -- 0 ~}-- KEIV 1 puts the flavor of ~ the world's finest tobaccos o throug h the KENT filter- for the most satisfying taste in filter smoking. today.
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~ ' 1~ljEl~tT lX., l~i 'i Ji~~LL, Illc. .780 'lladison .lacrritr, Xcw 2 ork 17, N. Y.. ....11fUrray, Hilr, 2-5-/00 ,948 IJaIlrry SIrcYl, San Francisco 11, Calif.......... Yukon 2-7878 i5 Suusr•h Iinnlrvard„ Lns 9»grhs 69, ('.irlif'...Crrslview 1-7221 P; LORILLI!:RD C0: NEti'POR7.'CIGaREslES 60 SECOND TV FILM "TV SET" V I D E 0 INTERIOR ESTABLISHING SHOT OF' LIVING ROOM IIZTH TV SET GOING' FULL BLAST; IT'S A WESTERN; CUT TO SEE MAN DOZING OFF IN CHAIR: MAN REACTS TO CHANGE IN'SOUND AND OPENS HIS' EYES: CUT BACK TO ORIGINAL ANGLE; CUT TO CU TV SET THE'BOY AND GIRL IN THE COPOMR- CZAL JUMP OUT'OF THE SET INTO THE LIVING ROOM CUT BACK TO MAN SLIRPRIS£D; THE TV COUPLE ENTER THE'SCEhE AND LIGHT HI1M A NEfrIPORT: CLOSEUP GIRL SINGING JINGLE HE LEANS BACK AND RELAXES: THEN THEY ARE INTERRUPTED BY AN OFF- STAGE VOICE; TFiE TV COUPLE DEPART FOR THE TV SET AGAIN; ON' THEIR WAY OUT THERE IS SOME BUSINESS WITH THE' CIGARETTE LIGFiTER: CUT TO TV SET; THEY WAVE GOOD3YE': Feb. 28, 1967 oc. 23-2' N67-91-60CR AUDI® Sf7i; GUNSHOTS SFXc SHOTS CONTINUE; MUSIC: INTRO THEME VOCAL: Nev;port tastes smoother Smooth all the way NewportTs fresh menthol Keeps it that way Smoother and fresher Day after day The smoothest tasting menthol cigarette. h'[1SIC : INSTFtU2NEhTAL WIFE: _ Harry: - CUT TO SEE HARRY'S WIFE ON THE WIFE: Whatts going on? STAIRS; G 0 0 `_~ ~ N
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LENNEN ~. NEWELL, hrr': 3.50 Jladlsari Aaeirur, A'rw York 17, N. 2:. ... . MUrray Hill 2-5400 " rS lk!ltrty Slrrrly San Francisco 11, Calif.......... Yiekan 2-7878 .55 Snusr!' Bnulrvard; Lns dngrJ'r•s 69,' Calif. ... Crrslvirru 1-722V t. --- - 4 \ B: LORT_LLARD "ZV SETn Feb. 28, 1967 c. 23-2' N67-8I-60C.R VIDCO AUDIO TWO SHOT HAR a' AND 4)IFE: A'FTER HE F71RR`l: Er,, nothing dear. ANSWERS, HE LEANS BACK IN CHAIR AND WIFE CONTINUES DOWNSTAT.RS: NiISIC' UP F0R VCCAL: CUT BACK TO TV SET, TV GIRL WAVES TO KIM: CUT TO SI2d, HE WAVES' TO HER; CUT BACK TO TV SET, TV GIRL Newport tastes smoother Day after day The smoothest tasting menthol cigarette. MUSIC: BUTTON POINTS TO NEWPORT PACK AIdD WINKS:
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. } . , . LENNE~~I~ & NEWELL, rnc. " 380.1hulison At+euue, Ne¢a York 17;,N. Y,..... IVSUrray Hill'2-5400 248 Brdlrry Slrrel, San Francisco 11, Caltf .......--Yukoat 2-7378 Snt1srl'XGng1r6grd60Vt&~ ~lrs 69,' (eclif.... Cirsh,iru 1-7121 October 25, 1966 C 23-2 Rev.Cctober 31,1°66 Rev,11/1166 (as er B b 6ti'ald's com!nents) VIDE® AL9©1® SPYMASTER: Now pay attention, Agent 12. Here is your silencer (Check) your phoney passport (Check) and a special pack of Newports. SYY: Aha...a microfilm camera no doubt. MASTER: Heh heh. Are you certain? SPY: A transistor walkie-talkie, perhaps. MASTER: Open it. SPY: How stupid of me. It's a miniature tape recorder, of course. C (BEAT) Or is it? Hmm. MASTER: Here. This should give you a clue. SFX: LIGHTER. THEd EXHALE, SPY: Chief--you've been putting me on. It's a real packk of Newport Menthol Cigiarettes. I can tell by the smooth taste. MASTER: Yes, menthols can be strong and harsh tasting scmetimes, but Newport always tastes refreshing and smooth, SPY: Don't happen to know the secret of Newport's_smaoth taste do -you? MASTER: Mild natural menthol plus fine tobaccos. That's why Newport is the menthol that came in from the co1H,. MUSIC: VOCAL Newport smokes fresher Tastes better too The smdothest tasting ; cigarette., P. LORILLARD COP,tPANY NEWPOr T CIGARETTES 60 3ECOND TV i'CLOAK AND DAGGER" Audio or~ tion only i .-. _. . . ._., ~ menthol //6, c1Z 0) G
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LENNE ~ ~ N VNELL, Ixc. 380 ,tladrsom Avenue, Nem Y'ork 17, JI(. Y...... DfUrray Hi11'2-S-;U0 2" 13allrry Sln•e!„ San I^'rancisco 11, Calif.......... . YuJum 2-7878 C i Suuse! &anlrvard, Las Artgedts 69, Calif.... Crrsluiew 1-7221 l1/ -~ 6---rp _ _i0 - Z/7" C'_ P. LORILLARD: C0.•IPANY NEt4PORT CIGARETTE.S 20 & 30 SECO ID ~ 1'v/ "PIANO" VIDC® PACK IS ON PIANO. PIANO PLAYER NCODLES, THEN TAKES CIGARETTE, LIGHTS UP, AND PLAYS. August 9, 1166 C 2 3-2 AUDE® ~L4 MUSIC: THEME WITH VOCAL CU PACK ADDING SUPERS " NEtisIPORT SINGER: St907CES FP.ESb;EP., TASTES BETLER T00" P. LORlLL:a2D F.PP=:OVA.LS LEC;.\/ - - -' iiit1i i -~ AC`1G. ( I I DE7" ! -- - - II Newport smokes fresher Tastes better, too: Than any other menthol cigarette
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r L~EN~N~'EN '^~~ N~EWELL~ inc. iSli,ll"di'smr dvnra , New Yorl: 17, N. Y....AlUrray Hill 2-5•100, 2aS 11a(fery Sl'rrc(„ S'are Frarrcisw 1'1,, Calif ........Yukoa 2-7578 9255 Surraell3orlrvard,Los.arrgelrs 69, Calif:...Creslvinu 1-7221' C 1°0S Tourr BIdg., , Sea!(le 5, fYask ............... ALdaal '2-0280 P. LORILLARD COXPANY Newport Cigarettes 60-second Radio "Latino" 11-67-184-60 March 7, 1967 As Recorded SING: Neisport tastes scoother Smooth all the way Newport's fresh menthol Keeps it that way Smoother and fresher Day after day The smoothest tasting menthol cigarette. ANNCR: If you've been looking around for smooth~taste in a menthol cigarette...Newport's for you. The taste is smoother andifresher, day after day. What keeps it that way? Newport's fresh menthol. Isn't it time you went with the smooth one? SING: Newport tastes smoother Day after day The smoothest tasting menthol cigarette.
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LL1N'lN L1N' LfG lN L°dV LLL9 Inc. .Y30.11adimrt Am•rrae; Nt¢a York' 17, N. Y....dlUrray Hill 2-5400 2-1811rrflev,r Stied, San Francisco 11, Calif.'........ Yhkwr 2-7878 9255 Smrscl Aawlevwnd, Los.4'rrt;rlrs 69„Calif....Crafriru, 1,7221, 1205'7"r'rrrr 1Nrlg., Srafflr 5, tYash,.............. .Atnhurl 2-02&0 P. LORILLARD CC'r1PArfY Newport Cigarettes As Recorded', N-66-171-60 "t4ariachi" - . July 12, 1966 SOLO: Newport smokes fresher Tastes better, too Newport smokes fresher Tastes better, too Newport smokes fresher Tastes better, too Than any other menthol cigarette. ANNCR: If you're ready to try a great fresh taste. Try Newport. Ne:~ort smoi:es fresher and tastes better than any other menthol cigarette. See why more and rnore peoi:le are srritching to refreshing Newport. Isn't it time you switched to Newport?' SOLO: Nei:~ort smokes fresher Tastes better, too Than any other menthol cigarette. CD
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LENNEN & NEWELLy rllc. yS0.1frrJisorr .arrvur, Ni:c j'.rk 17,,N:,. -..ALUr ray,Hill'2-5100 2-I811trIGrv .S7rrrl, Srru l}anciaco 11, Crrlif:........ Yukon 2-7878' 92.55 Soasa1136vrGawrd, l:ns .9rrgeGs69, Culif....Cr'esltcirtn 1,-721>1 1'203 7,erre 111J~., SrnlNr.5, {{inh ................ LrhraL 2-0280' P. LORILLARD COMPANY ATLANTA BRAVES RADh0 NEWPORT :20 DROP-INS 2/24/67 c, 5-8 ANNCR: Say, ever hear about that fellow who says colors are either smooth or rough? He claims he can tell the color of an object blindfolded -- just by running his hand over it. Well, it wouldibe easy withithat Newport cigarette pack. Because everyone knows Newport tastes smooth and refreshing. Try a pack -- soon: ANNCR: What's the smoothest thing you can think of off hand? Most people would say silk. How'about smooth cigarette taste? That's easier. Newport, of course. Newport tastes smoother, refreshing, too -- an&Newport's fresh menthol keeps it that way. Make a taste comparison -- soon. You'll choose Newport, the smoothest tasting menthol cigarette: ANNCR: How'd you'like a menthol cigarette that tastes smooth and;refreshing day after day, pack after pack? No such thing,, you say? But there is. Newport's the name. Fresh menthol is the reason. Your taste neverb~ tires of Newport - the smoothest tasting menthol cigarette. 1 .3 , GQti . ,,:rr_ l~,
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: LIENT: P. LORILLARD FFODJCTc OLD GOLD-GIFT STARS 1. (sII.ENP) _ S. IvfAN: Joan.. WOMi4N: and redeem~them att stamp~ redemption centers:., -~._....1a ~. ~ 13. Old Go1d Filters now oi:cr ycu Gi ft Sts• Coupons. WCNtAN: You can... 7-:~ 2. WOMAN: We've got big news for you~ -- here's the cigarette coupon thst pays off 3 ways. 6. MAN: Show them the cigarettes, Honey. 9. MAN: Ab. They come 10, WOMAN: Ii was getting on Old'Gold' Filteis. to that. .J f ..- ~ i 14. mdeem tsem any of 3 ways. 17. ~1:Olt 1N:L.at coupon 18. NANi: Dcs' ioarette that ':hat everr caanewith a eigarette. evercamewith'a cou, on. COPd'~11SL. NO.: ocGS-VTR-67 i02=6wC TITLE "LOVESEAT" , ~ 3. Yu1N: Tell them which 4. You~ean combine them ci,a,arette,, Joan. WOMAN: with manyof the trading . M'hum. stamps that you alteady collect..., • 7. WOMAN: ... or you can turn~~tham in.for cash.... MAN:The cigarettes, Swerihezrt?~. 11. IVfAN; This famous braud-- 19. MANd You told them, Honey; you told them. 19. WOS;AN: Y'can redeem 'em~ 3 ways.. (SECS) 60. . c 8'. WONGIN:...or you can redeem thcm foz gifts from this Gift Star Catalog. ; 12. you Imow, the one with the best taste yet ina filter cigarette -- ......... a ^ ~ ' •^ vr /A. 16. The impo,tant partis-- they come on Old Gold Filters. And Straights, too. Same oovularrn•icesoi conr;o. a `~
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N ow! America's best-tasting , fiher cigarede brings you a grft C®upon( and i'c pay5 off 3 ways) 1. Trading Stamps Combine Gift Star coupons with many of the trading stamps you already collect and redeem at stamp redemption centers,,or 2. Cash Get$2.25foreach30QGiftStar ':;;. Coupons at participating retailers;,or ~_,, . ~.< Starter Offer * 200 Gift Star. Free----- -- r Gdl:Stars, I c. ~ ~ ~PO;Bo:1155 f I MinneapoL s, Minnesota 55490I Ptease.eerd me FREE the Gift Star.Cst ~1~ t ! i lo~ of (ia'a, lull deGile on lhe.lh'- ee ) ~ap b redeerm Gift'Steaa. Dl'ue200 G fl ~ ste.,to,etst+cled. Name 3. Gifts Choose from the wide selectton of premiums in the Gift Star Catalog ' City enjo our ' - -`" t' - - d l l Milli f y ~ rea y e a peop ons o cigarettes. And'~ now, with Gift Star ~' Coupons on every pack, there is even more reason to enjoyOld Gold Filtera Same fine quality. and Straights . Same popular price. S 5~61 _ F+ D[IPON Vr1Lt1C~~ ~ ,7 -~ = r~ .a ~ ' _ --- j a S ~"' ~i i'I~'' ~` x = x J . t ---- ,.~ _ •` o...• -°•g 1.~".. -"-- E9urvA«nrshie~f5r.ed~~gsr.°.v ~~so This advertisement appears in Ebony-JUne;1967; Life - May 1'2,1967; Look-May 16, 1967 J
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FOOTE, CONE & BELDING DATE: 3/9/G7 CLIENT: P. LORLLLARD COIMPA'NY PLT-67-7708' TRUE FILTER & MENTHOL CIGARETTES COPY FOR: "RIGHT'NOW - IT SHOWS" 60-SECONDS - AS RECORDED TNSIC: IN (THE TRUE THEi-SE ON GUITAR) ANNCR: FOR SEVERAL SECONDS, THEN: It shows imthe music you like -- in the way you think. You're a part of right now -- and everything about you says it. Even your cigarette. You smoke True. T~e Filter cigarettes. Everything about True says right now. (MUSIC ACCENT): The air filltration system. The plastic mouthpiece that works like a cigarette holder. The reduced tar and nicotine content of 12.9 and 0.8 milligrams ... the easy draw ... the right now taste. Everything about True says today... this minute ... right now. (MUSI!C ACCENTi): Another thing: the True choice. With menthol ... without menthol. True Green or True Blue. For the right now taste ... for a lot of good reasons ... shouldn't your brand be True? dj 3/IL67
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FOOTE,,CONE & BELDING AS RECORDED CLIENT: P. LORILI'yARD COMPANY' PLT-66-2605R1 TRUE FILTER & MENTHOL CIGARETTES 60 SECONDS COPY FOR: "TRUE'BLUE/GREEN #1" 10/19/66 THE FOLLOWING WILL BUILD TO BECOME A MO,~'"TAGE OF VOICES'. VOICE #1 WILL BEGIN THEN, FADE UNDER TO ALLOW FOR THE BEGINNIE'G WORDS OF VOIiCE ir2, WHICH WILL FADE' UNDER TO ALLOW FOR THE BEGINNING WORDS OF VOICE v3, ETC. MAN #1: THEY SURPRIiSED ME (UNDER) ...a reduced tar and niicot'ine cigarette with so muchigood tast, I can tast tobacco, real good, reali satisfying. WOMAN: IT'S~JUST'LIKE A'BUILT-IN CIGARETTE HOLDER (UNDER), ... so smooth and elegant, yet so tasteful. MAN42: . REDUCED TAR AND NICOTINE (UNDER) ... that's what they say. MAN43: AND1A LOT OF TASTE. SILENCE ANNOUNCER: People are talking ... about TRUE. New TRUE Filter Cigarettes. About TRUE's air-filtration system. About TRUE's plastic mouthpiece that acts like a buiLt-imicigarette holder. About the reduced tar and nicotine in TRUE cigarettes -- certified by Lorillardiresearch to deliver an average of less than 12.9 mgs. tar; 0.8 mgs. nicotine. And now -- TRUE comes throughiwith menthol, too. New True Green! Same everything as famous True Blue lp ius True Green has a lively menthol taste, Now there is a True cigarette for every taste. Famous True Eliue or New True_Grezn. (PAUSE) Shouldn't your brand be TRUE? 0A
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C FOOTE, CONE & BELDING PLT-67-2648 CLIENT: P. LORTLLARD CO1,SPAISY AS TAPED TRUE MENTHOL CIGARETTES' COPY FOR: "TRUE GREEN" 20-SECORDS 1/11/67 VIDEO AUDIO ECU MOUTHPIECE AND FILTER IiN CIGARETTE PACK. SUPER TAR AND. NICOTINE RATING. ANi1TOUNCER': Fresh menthol taste in a reduced'itar and nicotine cigarette. That''s True Green. DISSOLVE TO MORROW. HE'.LIGHTS If you smoke a menthol cigarette... UP THEN SPEAKS. shouldn't your brand;be True? dj 1/11/67 New True Menthol'Green.
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CLf&tiT: P. LORILLARll COMPANY FRODUCT:~ TRUE h1EN771OL CIGARETTES RADIO TV REPORTS. I111C. AS FILMED TV COSL'tl/'L NO: PLT -66-2625 DATE: 1/11/6Z ~_.~. TITLE: "HERE'S NEW TRUE GREEN" L'ENGTHi (6a SEC, COMM. )' __ . L__ __ 1• (SILENT) S. Here's new True. Green! 2•ANNCR: If you're not ~ one of 3• the milIIonsof people who've trtried new True cigarettes \ - 6• New True Green...a lively menthol version of ,well, maybeiNsbe- cause you're a menthol smoker. 7- America'sfastest'-growing reduce&tarand niootine cigarette. I V k, t 9. plus, a lively menthol taste, 1E•Same plastic mouthpiece that acts like a built-in cigarette holder, ~l. r i F 11. Same air filtration system that'help,reduce solids in the smoke. 1S. (PAUSE FOR UGHT-UP) 17•If you Moke a menthol 1B• shouldn't your Craud,beTirue? ty' cigarette.... New True menthol Green, Okay--now, try lem, 8. New True Green... same everything as famous True Blue, 12. Same low tar and nico- tinee lev.el,. 16. (SILENT) 20. (SILE.\T)
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RADIO TV REPORTS. INC. Pi2(IL)UCT: TRUF CIGARErTES 1. (SILENT) 2. fILfr1 COi,1VE^SICi}1 T1TLE :"TRUE flLUE # 2 - MENTHOL" pPUT-66-2Ea4 (fiGl SEC. COS4M. ) SPOKESMANe Pcople don't 3. Oh, it'may come up once usually talk ai out what in a whlle...but there are brand of cigarette they smoke. more isnportanYthing to 5. People have beeu talldag 6. about TRUE Filter Ciga- ... settes. 13. And we4ve made'emworth tasting. ea. Up here... ta]k about.. Except..,today., Except for the past feww weeks. 1 ~. ~ - -°'i About TRUE's air-filtrs- tioa qstcm that helps re- duce toti& in the smoke. 1 ~+ r-,-- = --f ~ ~ 15.we'veblended some ob the fihest tobaccos money can buy. 8. AboutTRUEts plastic mouthpiece 12. (SILENT) t6. Tobacco makes the taste ., and TRUE's got the tob acco, {-~Ot~ 111 II?Cnta?ff~,I(~n^ ~' 1%• (SIIFNT). t8: (SILE'JT) 19. For a tocof good reasons 20. And'.aow, TRUE.comes • . .,shoulda't your b'randthrough with Mentf:ol,too. . • - .- beTRUE7 N.,..'cu1ircorcu.
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Arrericas most ~ talked®about ~! . ffiter eYe I, TRUE Btue: Arerav yii1J pcr ciAe rerte-12.9 mds. tv; . OiRmRsS cnd.e.AnJj6steaiinponenr- TRUE tiaa w.te... end easy dnw. Shouldn't your brand be TRUE? e.M rso. aenr-i. ffea-l.yf, ts9fl-n(.e..~+e'-twa r..~a4.u.i.\ rnatol ta.~.ee. 1F er.t..n~ibr..ro..r~ru I New TRUE,Green: delir nsLesanvelowterend'n6eodne eon~tent 01n~+TRf)BGrcen t~as a.ld.cly menthol auste. Shouldii't your brand beTRUEP' sc~x-x>~3 ~•
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` Ameriea's reduced tar most talkesl about filter cigarette! and nicotine , Ol.J r fn,rragesield RUV per cigarette: 12.9mgstotr,', 0.6 mgs, nicutine) '. O P. l.cd0aae com C.^/)966. taste... and easy draw With or without menthol!.. your brand be"1RUE, should ii t CcPr.NV..66d0 R1-L T1TS 3 mt.. z.lull'. G<pth H6W. N<waMP<r.-Nvremher 17 ier 1T; 1966 Ainted in U.S.A: O 60C n-T1-0E . rtNAL Ri00P. ~GCTR CGrv6 s e[LUINO-M[w rne[
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FOOTE, CONE & BELDING! CLIENT: P'. LORILLARD CO?tPA'NY PLD-66-5s001:1 AS' F7I1!isD 5/25/66 ` DANVILLE CIGARETTES' COPY FOR: "HOP.SE" 60-SECOi7DS , VIDEO. AUDIi& 1. OPEN ON HORSE WEATHhRVANE IN SOFT FOCUS. THEN B'_:ING IN SHARP FOCUS. 2. PULL BACK TO SH0:3 WEATHERVANE IS ATOP STABLE. WE SEE SEVERAL BLACK HORSES IN STALLS. GOLD HORSE IN CENTER STALL. 3. CUT IN TO ECU OF DOOR OF GOLD HORSE"S STALL. IT SWINGS OPEN. 4:. PULL BACK AS'GOLD HORSE RUNS FROM ST1kLL. 5. SLOt•7 LAP'DISSOLVE T&ECU COLD HORSE RUNNING ALONG COUNTRY ROAD. SETTING SUN'BEHIND TREES. 1. MUSIC 2. MUSIC 3. MUSIC' 4. MUSI!C' 5. MUSIC UNDER ANNOUNCER (VO): If you think it would ~ take wild horses... 6. PULL BACK TO LS'HOP.SE RUNNING ALONG ROAD 6. to make you change your brand of• . 7. SLOW LAP DISSOLVE T0:ECU GOLD HOP,SE ENTERING TUN::Ei.. 8. PULL BACK AS'.HORSE RU1S Ti?ROUGH! TUNNEL AND OUT OVER CA?•?EP 1. 9. CUT TO HE:z'D}ANDsSHOULDER SHOT OF HORSE AS HE STOPS, LOOKS IN ONE DIRECTION THEN AN07RiER. 10. SLOW LAP'DISSOLVE'TO'CU HORSE RUNNING DOWN A SrIALL CITY STREET. EVENING - AUTO TAIL LIGHTS CAST A RED GLOW. 111. PULL BACK'TO LS OF HORSE RUNNING DOWN STREET. cigarette... 7. MUSIC 8. MUSIC 9. MUSIC. 10. MUSIC 11. MUSIC UNDER ANNOUtiCER (VO): You're right: C 12. CUT TO WORD "DANVILiE". 13. CUT _0 GOLD HORSE FiSSU'IING PACK 12. You're ready for Danvillle: 13. MUSIC POSITION. QD -A
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FOOTE, CONE & BELDING CLIENT: P. LORILLARD~COMPANY DANVILLE CIGARETTES C COPY FOR: "HORSE" VIDEO 14. DISSOLVE~T0 HORSE ON PACKAGE. 15. PULL BACK TO REVEAL PACKAGE IN MAN'S GLOVED HAND. 16. MAN''S'RIGHT HAND (NO GLOVE) OPENS ENTIRE TOP FOIL... 17. MAN'S RIGHT INDEX FINGER TAPS PACKAGE BOTTOM... 18'. PUSHING UP CIGARETTES. HAND THEN GRASPS ONE CIGARETTE. 19. DISSOLVE TO ECU CIGARETTE BEING LIGHTED. SMOKER'S FACE IS NOT SEENb C 20. SUPERIMPOSE HORSE. 21. DISSOLVE T&MS PACK IN HAND, AND 130VE INTO ECU. 22. CUT TO CU LIGHTED CIGARETTE IN HAND. 23. CUT TO CU LIGHTED CIGARETTE IN HAND WITH LONG ASH. 24. CUT TO SEVERAL CIGARETTES PROTRUDING FROM PACK. FEATURE HORSES ON PAPER, THEN PULL BACK TO SHOW ENTIRE PACKAGE. PLD-66-5800R1 PAGE 2 AS' FILMED 5/25/66 60-SECONDS' AUDIO 14. MUSIC 15. ANNOUNCER (VO): New Danville Filter Cigarettes. 116. Hpre's thoroughbred tobacco -- 17. Thoroughbred flavor18. with a filter 19. that lets that 20. big flavor through: 21. So, if you think it would take wi,ld horses to make youichange... 22. MUS1C 23. ANNOUNCER (VO): You're right: You're ready for Danvilile. 24. New Danville Filiter Cigarettes, from the finest tobacco blenders in the South:. MUSICAL PING. V
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C C FOJTE, CJ~~1E & BELDING CLIENT: P. LORILTARD COPY FOR: :60 SEC. RADi.O DANVILLE CIGARETTES AS RECORDED: 4/13/66 PLD-66-5303 "HORSE "A" " ESTABLISH A RHYTE94 PATTERN AS IN TV TRACK i.e. DOtNBEAT, THEN TUNE OF "YOU'RE READY FOR DANZ'ZLLE". (: 10 S'EC. ) THEN UNDER: ANNOUNCER: If you think it woald take wild horses to make you change your brand of cigarette W- NIUSIC': RHYTHM,PATTERN UP (5 S'ECONDS) THEN: AI4NOUNCER: (ON D04NBEAI) You're right! SINGERS: Youvre ready for DanvilLe; Danville filter cigarettes! MUSIC: MUSIC: UNDER' ANNOUNCER: New Danville filter cigarettes --' a real thoroughbxe&. Thoroughbred tobacco ... thoroughbred flavor ... with a filter that lets that big flavor thru. Come on ... yautre ready for Danville. New Danville. In triee pack wi t?-, the g-)ld horse on the front and back. SINGERS: If you think it would take wild horses to make you c?lange your brand You're right, you're ready for Danville Danville filter cigarettes!
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~~ ~o~~ f~,ial~ ~ t ` b-4 1 r ~ ~-[~{~~y~~V~_! y~ -'!~~Yw. .i1..:L~y Uanvill'e Filters ... for thoroughbred Uanville A4_enthol...for high•spirited tohacco...thoroughbred flavor. fresh taste. Take your chosce...they'rc a pair of thoroughbreds! M..A..Iu.(:SA~
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