According to foreign reports, vapor is the first e-cigarette brand to pass the Canadian child protection certification (CRC) regulation, which is enforced by the Canadian Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA).
Vapor is owned by smaller, the world’s largest e-cigarette company, and its zero and xros CRC devices are certified. GTX tank 22 CRC version is compatible with Gen s, Gen nano, luxe II and swag II mods, and is also approved.
Similar to the pre marketing tobacco product application (PMTA) in the United States, Canada’s CRC compliance is a federal requirement for all manufacturers who wish to continue to promote and sell their e-cigarette products in Canada. According to a press release, the regulation aims to prevent children and adolescents from using electronic cigarette products.
“In a notice, vaporesso has worked closely with official agencies, which are committed to guiding the industry to strictly comply with all laws and regulations related to e-cigarettes. The aim of vaporesso is to prevent people under the legal age from using e-cigarettes while maintaining the healthy development of the industry.”