Seven reasons and solutions for the wick atomization of Vape

Although Vape products are compared with many high-end electronic products, they will not encounter too many difficult problems in use. However, in the process of using the atomizer, the problem of frying oil has made many friends troubled. For most users who often use Vape, the phenomenon of frying oil has even risen to the height of technical difficulties.

1. What is frying oil and how to judge whether your atomizing core has frying oil?
Simply put, frying oil is the phenomenon of oil splashing in the atomizing core. From the sound point of view, the hissing sound belongs to the sound made by ordinary coils heating e-liquid, which is very common on finished core atomizers. But if there is a crackling sound and there is a splattering of smoke oil, it is a problem with the frying oil.

2. The output device has an important impact on the atomizing core frying oil and other issues
The heat required for the atomization of the e-liquid is provided by the coil, and the heat output of the coil is the output device of the Vape. The excessive output voltage will cause the coil to overheat, which will not only cause the problem of frying oil in the atomizing core but also change the taste of the e-liquid and lose its proper taste. And when the output is too strong, it may even burn the atomizing core.

3. Too much smoke oil on the DIY coil or finished core cotton will cause deep frying
When there is too much e-liquid dripping on the atomizing core of the drip atomizer, there will often be splashes of e-liquid. Considering that the surface of the coil is hot, the smoke oil on the coil will splash out. At the same time, if the outer cotton of the finished core absorbs too much e-liquid, it will cause incomplete atomization of the e-liquid and cause the e-liquid to splash.

4. Regular stitching will greatly reduce the problem of e-liquid splashing
The uniform and stable heating of the coil part can ensure the smooth atomization of the e-liquid. If the stitches touch the cotton, the heat generated by the stitches will also atomize the e-liquid on the cotton. However, compared with the coil part, the heat generated by the stitches is exactly the same as the heating area. Different, it will cause incomplete atomization of the e-liquid, and the crackling sound of the atomizing core is largely caused by the contact between the pins and the cotton.

5. Backflow of condensed water is the main culprit of frying oil in the finished oil core
After the finished core atomizer is placed for a period of time after normal use, it will make a crackling frying sound, which is caused by the backflow of condensed water. Condensed water has a high water content, and when the coil is heated, it is prone to a state close to boiling. After mixing with the e-liquid, the e-liquid will splash. For DIY atomizers, if you do not wipe the inner chamber of the atomizer frequently, this problem will also occur.

6. The coil after carbon deposition will also have the problem of frying oil
Coil carbon deposits are hard to avoid, and coils with carbon deposits will be heated unevenly when heated. Local uneven heating will cause the smoke oil in the high-heat part to splash, causing the problem of frying oil. This phenomenon is more common on fancy coils.

7. How to reduce the frying oil problem of the atomizing core through reasonable use
First of all, ensure a reasonable output voltage of the output device. In the last second or so of the inhalation process, release the ignition button, and then inhale to ensure that the smoke in the atomization chamber is completely sucked out. When making coils, try to ensure that the stitches do not come into contact with the cotton, the coils should be cleaned or replaced in time after a period of use, and the amount of dripping oil should be controlled when adding e-liquid to the dripping atomizer.