Reports current

2021 Collaborative Study of CORESTA Monitor 9 (CM9) for the Determination of Test Piece Weight, TPM, Water, Nicotine, NFDPM, Carbon Monoxide and Puff Count Obtained under Mainstream ‘Non-Intense’ and ‘Intense’ Smoking Regimes

SA Technical Report

March 2022 Ref. SA-306-CTR

The CORESTA Smoke Analysis Sub-Group took over the the responsibility to organize the annual testing of the CORESTA Monitor test piece from the Routine Analytical Chemistry Sub-Group.

The current monitor is CORESTA Monitor 9 (CM9)

The 2021 study was designed:

  • to measure mainstream non-intense (ISO 3308) and intense (ISO 20778) smoke yields of nicotine-free dry particulate matter (NFDPM or tar), nicotine and carbon monoxide to verify the current monitor test piece CM9
  • to determine intra- and inter-laboratory variability for the measured non-intense and intense smoke yields for the CM9
  • to verify the conditioned weight for the CM9

The performance of the CM9 monitor in this testing was quite similar to its historical performance and continues to be a suitable smoke analysis monitor.

 

Related documents

Report - 2020 Collaborative Study of CORESTA Monitor 9 (CM9) for the Determination of Test Piece Weight, TPM, Water, Nicotine, NFDPM, Carbon Monoxide and Puff Count Obtained under Mainstream ‘Non-Intense’ and ‘Intense’ Smoking Regimes (August 2021)

Report - 2019 Collaborative Study of CORESTA Monitor 9 (CM9) for the Determination of Test Piece Weight, TPM, Water, Nicotine, NFDPM, Carbon Monoxide and Puff Count Obtained under Mainstream ‘ISO’ and ‘Intense’ Smoking Regimes (August 2020)

Report - 2018 Collaborative Study of CORESTA Monitor 8 (CM8) and 9 (CM9) for the Determination of Test Piece Weight, TPM, Water, Nicotine, NFDPM, Carbon Monoxide and Puff Count Obtained under Mainstream ‘ISO’ and ‘Intense’ Smoking Regimes (February 2019)

Guide 8 - CORESTA Monitor Test Piece Production and Evaluation Requirements (December 2020)