Reasons Why Your Vape Coils are Burning Quickly

Mar - 11
2019
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Reasons Why Your Vape Coils are Burning Quickly

As an alternative to smoking, vaping is considerably cheaper so it’s only natural to want to extend that saving even further rather than a liquid. The main cost per vapors is coiled, here we’re going to look at a few ways you can ensure that your vape coils can last as long as possible.

Simply put, vape coils is made up of a piece of absorbent material, usually cotton called the wick which is surrounded by a round piece of conductive wire like an old-school incandescent bulb filament. The wire heats up the liquid that has been soaked up in the cotton turning it into vapor.

Reasons Why Vape Coils are Burning Quickly:

Number 1: prime your vape coils first and foremost when fitting a new coil. It’s important that you prime it. This ensures that you’re minimizing the chances of any dry spots in that wick the first time the coil is fired up. Priming a coil means adding a few drops of a liquid on the exposed parts of the wick and letting that soak in after priming and filling the tank. it’s slightly suggested that you leave a new coil for 5 to 10 minutes to let that liquid fully soak into the wick

Number 2: Don’t run dry. It can be tempting to vape until you can’t see any juice left and then refill your tank, this runs the risk of your wick becoming dry and burning prematurely. To avoid this make sure you keep your tank top.

Number 3: Don’t stray too far. Most pre-made coils will have a suggested wattage range to be fired, within this is usually printed on the side of the coil. The Nautilus coil has a recommended wattage between 10 and 14 watts ensuring that your mod is firing within this range will help to ensure that your coils don’t burn out prematurely.

Number 4: Start your wattage load going almost hand-in-hand with watching the wattage. The range is giving your vape coils a chance to bed in some coils will fire off to release say between 45 and 55 watts and some even higher to ensure a coil with a range of 45 to 55 heats up correctly at first. You could start a little lower vaping it that setting for around 15 to 20 minutes and then slowly increase that by 5 watts over a course of a couple of hours.

Number 5: Don’t fire without air flow. When metal is heated it expands and becomes more fragile passing air over that metal will ensure that it is kept as cool as possible. It can seem counterproductive as the coil is needed to heat up to vaporize the e-liquid but that’s all it needs to do. Heat the liquid. It doesn’t need to get it too hot, maintaining a good level of air flow will ensure that the coil doesn’t get too hot. It’s with that in mind that you shouldn’t press the fire button when you aren’t pulling on the ecig also. Continuing to pull slightly after you’ve released the fire button can ensure that the vape coils is effectively cooled.

Number 6: Don’t fire needlessly with the airflow of the coil in mind. It’s important to make sure that you aren’t firing your coil when you aren’t vaping. Don’t hold down the fire button before or after drawing on the tank. One very common time is when people are firing needlessly is when they don’t lock their mod. When they put it in their pocket or in a bag make sure you know how to lock your mod and get it locked whenever you’re not vaping.

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