Smoke cartridges, an important part of the electronic cigarette. When using e-cigarettes, the amount of cartridges consumed is a very important indicator. Especially for e-cigarette users who travel a lot, they need to know how many e-cigarettes they can check in at a time to comply with the regulations, and then they can better arrange their travel plans. This article provides detailed information about e-cigarette cartridges and check-in regulations.
First of all, it must be clear that the cartridge is the core component of the electronic cigarette, each cartridge contains a certain amount of nicotine and liquid, equivalent to the traditional tobacco cigarettes. Therefore, each country and region for the number of cigarette shells for consignment restrictions are also different.
In China, according to the “Tobacco Monopoly Law of the People’s Republic of China” and its implementing regulations, “Electronic Cigarette Management Measures” (State Tobacco Monopoly Administration Announcement No. 1 of 2022), each person carries electronic cigarette products, atomized substances, and nicotine for electronic cigarettes in a limited amount each time they are transported off-site, and the specific notices are as follows: the smoking device cannot exceed 6; electronic cigarette cartridges (liquid atomized substances) cannot exceed 90, and the cartridges The products sold in combination with the smoking device (including disposable e-cigarettes, etc.) cannot exceed 90, and atomized substances such as liquid smoke and nicotine for e-cigarettes cannot exceed 180ml.
In the United States, e-cigarettes are viewed as one of the objects of aviation safety concern and must comply with aviation safety requirements. The U.S. Aviation Safety Administration stipulates that each person can only carry one or two e-cigarettes, and the number of e-cigarette cartridges cannot exceed 15.
In Australia, e-cigarettes are considered a prohibited item and cannot be carried or used. In Europe and Asia, the regulations and rules for e-cigarettes also vary.
The number of e-cigarettes varies from country to country and region to region, so it is important to know the specific local regulations and rules before you travel to avoid being considered in violation of the rules. If you need to travel with e-cigarettes and bongs, it is recommended that you contact the relevant airline or local regulatory authority in advance to ensure that you are acting in a safe and compliant manner.