What is an e-cigarette atomizer?
The atomizer is the heating element responsible for vaporizing the liquid, and generally consists of a simple filament and wicking metal mesh to draw the liquid in. It is positioned in the center of the three components that make up the entire electronic cigarette cylinder, as the cartridge attaches to one end, and the power unit to the other.
Atomizer Resistance Definition:
Low resistance atomizers will use more battery life due to increase in current leaving the battery. Also, low resistance atomizers will go bad faster then normal resistance atomizers.
Atomizers do not carry the 30 day warranty unless they arrive defective.
When using your atomizer, never run it dry, clean weekly, and when the atomizer gets hot, allow it to cool before vaping.
We have found that most people will start with a normal resistance and then switch to a low resistance as they start vaping more. To a beginner vaper, low resistance may be too harsh on the throat.
Atomizer Cleaning Instructions:
At least once a week, unscrew the atomizer from the battery and remove the tank. Submerge the atomizer in rubbing alcohol (70% strength is the max, any higher will damage the atomizer) for 10 to 15 minutes.
After the 10 to 15 minutes soaking, remove the atomizer from the rubbing alcohol, pat dry and blow through the atomizer (from the cartridge end) to remove the excess alcohol.
Let dry for a minimum of two days to ensure the wick has completely dried.