A QUICK LESSON IN WICKS/WIRE/COILS
Know Your Device
It sounds awkward to be using what you entirely don’t have any idea what it is made of right? Do not be amused anymore; this is a very common thing with vapers. Ask some of them what their atomizers are made of and you’ll be utterly astonished to realize that they have little to no idea what the thing they hold with their fingers is made of. Avoiding these awkward situations is only possible through learning. In this case, at least the basic facts of the device being used to vape with., It does save a lot in terms of time and possibly finances, as you might acquire some basic knowledge of repairing them on the least bit of a malfunction instead of rushing around trying to replace or find someone to fix it.
The first that should be known is the wick. This is normally made of cotton and their main use is to sap or connect the e-liquid from the tank into the ceramic atomizer pot. This bases its functioning on the fact that cotton can absorb a lot of liquid.
Because it is a process, the coil thus comes in. How therefore the coil does come in? The coil is scientifically used to cause resistance from the flow of currents from the battery and what happens is that it heats the wick and turns the e-liquids in them into vapor and there you go, vaping is successfully done.
The wire on this sense is what makes the coil. The choice of the wire should be well considered. The wire should be of high resistance so that they resist currents to cause the desired intensity of heat to vaporize the e-liquids.
All three things will play a factor, but will also differ, depending upon the device you use, such as an e-cigarette or MOD; or the style of vaping you want to do, flavor chasing, cloud chasing, etc.
Know your atomizer and device, as some of the paraphernalia used are things you can repair yourself in case of a slight malfunctioning. Ignorance on the same will see you spend a lot of money acquiring new parts and possibly a new device.
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