Whether it is finished coil or RBA coil, its lifespan is not fixed and will vary depending on the user's habits. Some people may use the same atomizer and coils for half a month, while others can only use it for several days. So what factors affect the lifespan of your coils?
Coils have a certain range of power that they can withstand, and are usually marked on the outer shell of the coils. For example, 1.6 Ω and 8-15W indicate that the resistance value of the finished coil is 1.6 Ω, and the officially recommended power is 8W-15W. Users can find their favorite taste within this power range to use. If the output power set by the user is too high, the high temperature generated by the coil will excessively evaporate the liquid, causing the surrounding cotton to burn and produce a sticky taste, affecting the taste and taste.
The biggest impact of liquid on the lifespan of the coil is "carbon deposition". The liquid is transferred to the coil through cotton, and after being heated by the coil, mist is generated. Due to the high temperature, black substances are formed on the coil, commonly known as "carbon deposition". Although the basic ingredients of liquid are consistent, each brand's
The differences in raw materials and additives of liquid can result in different rates of carbon deposition. For example, "Malay liquid" is recognized as "high carbon deposition rate" because of the type and characteristics of essence and the high sugar content in liquid.
Carbon deposition will affect the heating efficiency of the coil and the taste of the evaporated drawing, reducing the taste and performance of the atomizer. This carbon deposition phenomenon cannot be completely avoided due to the limitation of the heating mode, so carbon deposition has a great impact on the life of the coils.
3. Incorrect Usage Method.
When using a new coil, whether it is a finished product or RBA self-made, it is necessary to master the correct usage method. The vast majority of finished atomizers have already installed coils at the factory. After receiving it, it is best for users to remove the coil first, and drop a small amount of liquid into the cotton around the guide oil hole and coil to wet the cotton. This step is called "moistening the coil" by some. The purpose of doing this is to wet the cotton in advance, so that the liquid can be absorbed more smoothly.
If the coil is not fully saturated, it is possible to burn the cotton after ignition, and absorb a sticky taste in the mouth. Also, when it comes to "moistening the coil", it is important to not use too much liquid. Soak the cotton around the oil guide hole and coil. If too much liquid drips in, it may cause oil leakage or make a "gurgling" sound during use.
4. High VG Ratio
If the oil storage mouthfeel atomizer uses high VG liquid, the poor fluidity of liquid will reduce the oil conductivity, which is easy to cause the coil to burn. Generally speaking, the higher the VG, the greater the amount of cloud, the softer the entrance, the thicker the oil, and the poorer its fluidity. So high VG content liquid often needs to be used in conjunction with large atomizers, such as drip atomizers. However, the oil guide system of some finished oil storage and taste atomizers cannot cope with high VG ratio of liquid, which may burn the coil due to the inability to keep up with the oil guide speed. Therefore, the PG/VG ratio of liquid is also a factor affecting the service life of the coil.