May 9, 2023
ICCPP Group, the parent company of vape brand Voopoo, said it has developed new dual environmentally-friendly disposable vape solutions, named Cyclo series, which combines the concept of detachable and biodegradable.
The product will be unveiled at the Vaper Expo UK, taking place at Birmingham this week.
The Cyclo series are made with the group’s exclusive and patented PLA material, a biodegradable material that is made from starch raw materials proposed from corn, a renewable plant resources, and which can be degraded into carbon dioxide and water in 3-6 months after being recycled and landfilled in the soil, making it a more environmentally friendly material.
In addition, ICCPP said it has gone through thousands of trials and tests and created a unique internal structure and process to further enhance the stability of unique PLA material, making it maintain its initial strength after thousands of drop and impact tests, to greatly improve the stability and safety of PLA e-cigarette sticks, without destroying the original biodegradable advantages of the material.
The firm has also implemented a wide range of environmentally-friendly design features, including no-soldering lead-free design and pre-automated modular assembly. These design features mean that Cyclo vape solutions can be easily disassembled for recycling or disposal, minimising the environmental impact of manufacturing and using processes.
The series will have advanced atomisation coil technology, including the mesh coil technology and the Gene Tree ceramic coil technology, resulting in a longer lifespan, less material waste, and a more stable and pure taste for vapers.
“In view of these, we name the electronic cigarettes solutions Cyclo, representing our dedication to creating a closed-loop, circular product cycle that is both environmentally-friendly and sustainable. Also,the slogan of Cyclo is ‘Cycle of all things’, and it reflects our dedications and determination to promoting environmental sustainability in all areas of our business,” the company said in a statement.