Challenges of tobacco industry
Regulatory pressures: Agencies worldwide are imposing stricter regulations on tobacco products, requiring the industry to find innovative solutions to meet compliance standards
Consumer preferences: Consumers demand for safer and healthier tobacco products is driving the need for novel technologies that can reduce health risks associated with smoking.

Despite the development of RRPs, traditional tobacco products still pose significant health risks to consumers.
Toxic substances present in tobacco smoke contribute to a range of diseases, including COPD, lung cancer, and heart diseases.
Need for effective and comprehensive solution to mitigate these health risks and meet the evolving consumers and regulatory requirements.


Electrodynamic Treatment Method: Applied to all tobacco-derived products (combustible cigarettes and RRPs).
Healthier & Safer Products: Effectively neutralizes toxic and harmful effects of tobacco, reducing health risks for consumers.

Improved Quality: Enhances the overall organoleptic quality and sensory experience of tobacco products.
Industrial integration: Its non-invasive nature, allows for seamless integration throughout the entire industrial process of tobacco production.

Scalability: Applicable to manufacturing stages, or directly to final products, post-packaging and during storage.


The Electrodynamic Method utilizes a controlled external Electrodynamic Field to treat solid tobacco material.
The exposure induces subtle changes in the physical and chemical properties of tobacco, effectively neutralizing toxic substances.
The method is non-invasive and non-intrusive, ensuring minimal disruption to existing tobacco processing and manufacturing processes.

Treated tobacco showcased:
Minimal changes in organ tissue morphology and no significant abnormalities or inflammation (in animals).
Reduced Lung Abnormalities
Reduced Toxic by-products
Decreased Oxidative stress