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Relative Ignition Propensity of Test Market Cigarettes
Richard G. Gann (au). Tests were conducted to determine whether a test market cigarette made with a slower burning paper would reduce the risk that such a cigarette, if dropped or discarded, would start a fire. NIST agreed to do these tests, recognizing the important role of the FTC in assuring the public of the veracity of product claims & the high potential for less fire-prone cigarettes to reduce fire deaths & injuries. NIST staff purchased conventional & modified cigarettes from the test market & measured the relative ignition propensities of the 2 cigarette types using the Mock-up Ignition Test Method & the Cigarette Extinction Test Method. Analysis of the test data shows that the modified cigarette has a lower relative ignition propensity than the conventional cigarette. Illus.
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