Today ine kuphimba zimene ndimakhulupirira ndi zopambana zimene mungachite kuti enieni e-madzi zikulumikizana ndi zimene mitundu ya atomizers kuti agwiritse ntchito anthu zikulumikizana.
Zonse zimene ndinkachita, ndi wicking kugwiritsidwa ntchito wanu disposable atomizers, anu wicking njira ndi mtundu wa chingwe chanu rebuildable zipangizo adzakhala lalikulu chofunika chimene e-madzi zikulumikizana inu mudzafuna zikhudze ntchito. Mpweya adzafikanso mu sewero. You’ll first want to gauge what your preference is for throat hit, nthunzi kupanga, Mayendedwe ampweya, ndi kukoma. Then put together your ideal setup(m) kukakumana kuti zokonda.
Most Common E-liquid Blends
Max VG (Masamba glycerin) ndi zikulumikizana kumene chosakanizira ntchito zambiri VG monga akanatha kuchita monga. You can get flavoring suspended in VG but this isn’t very common as VG in comparison to PG isn’t very efficient for carrying or blending flavoring.
A Max VG analinso adzakhala wamkulu kwa yosalala vape, kwenikweni pakhosi kugunda (mkulu % nic kuwonjezerapo pakhosi kugunda), ndi matani nthunzi kupanga. Most cloud chasers, ngati si onse, vape Max VG ndi 0mg nic kuti athe kwambiri nthunzi ndi zochepa za pakhosi kugunda. The kusinthanitsa ndi zochepa wonse kukoma kwa kupanda PG, amene mtambo chasers si chimodzimodzi nkhawa. So if you were to vape a 50/50 kugwirizanitsa kenako Max VG analinso yemweyo chipangizo yomweyo wattage, inu mungazindikire kwambiri kukoma kwa 50/50 kugwirizanitsa komanso wamphamvu pakhosi kugunda. One thing to note is that heat promotes flavor. Inu kungatithandize matani kukoma ku Max VG analinso ndi upping mphamvu kupereka madzi zambiri kutentha anu coils. Knowing this, ndi Max VG analinso ati kuwala mu zipangizo kuti ndingathe kupirira mphamvu zambiri ndipo amapereka chokwanira Mpweya kusunga zinthu kutenthedwa ndi / kapena moto. Good quality RDA’s and RBA’s that have larger liquid channels to accommodate thicker liquids are ideal for Max VG blends. Basi ndi uphungu, ngati inu basi kuyambira vaping nthawizonse bwino kuyamba ndi kampani imene ali E madzi zitsanzo kapena sampler zida kuti muthe osati kutenga kukoma angapo awo timadziti, koma mukhoza kuona mmene rebuildable chipangizo kuyankha makalata timadziti kuti zosiyanasiyana mtundu, makulidwe, ndi kukoma.
70% VG 30% PG
Ili ndi kuzungulira lalikulu analinso ambiri ofunsira. It will contain 70% buku monga VG ndi 30% buku monga PG. Iwo amapereka chosakanizira kusinthasintha awo analinso pamene kusakaniza. It will still have that signature smooth, kuwala pakhosi kugunda inu mudzapeza ambiri Max VG zikulumikizana, koma lilinso kwambiri PG, amene amapangitsa madzi n'kakang'ono ndipo amalimbikitsa kwambiri kukoma. This blend will work great in RDA’s, ambiri a RBA, ndipo amapita-kugwirizanitsa onse latsopano Sub akasinja kumenya msika. You can also get away with using this blend in some clearomizers. But I wouldn’t suggest it, bwino kupita ndi wotsatira analinso kwanga.
50% VG 50% PG
Ichi ndi amapita makalata madzi sitata analinso pakuti onse anthu kuyang'ana kwa kuyamba vaping and who are picking up their first ‘dipping a toe in the water’ cholinga zida. A 50/50 analinso ntchito ngati loto mu zambiri zofunika clearomizers ndi disposable koyilo mitu. If you’re the type of person that would rather go all out with a high power device and a nice tank this blend will still be fine, koma Ine ndinganene komanso akuyesetsa ndi 70VG / 30PG kuona zimene mukufuna more. This blend in an RDA, ntchito koma amayembekezera ena kumulavulira mmbuyo ngati inu mwangozi pa kukapanda kuleka.
N'kakang'ono madzi amamuchititsa kuti 'ndodo’ kwa coils kwambiri, kuchititsa ena zayamba ndi kumulavulira mmbuyo pachiopsezo watter / voteji. Also some serious throat hit at higher wattage. In some cases with RBA tanks the liquid might be too thin, causing some leaking. This can also be cause by too little airflow or too little wicking material, see below where I discusses this potential issues. Thicker and/or sweeter e-liquid in a device that isn’t meant for it may turn your koyilo wakuda.
Ine ndikudziwa kuti angapo anthu kuti mukufuna vape mkulu PG zikulumikizana. 60% PG / 40% VG kapena kuposa pa PG mbali chifukwa cha pakhosi kugunda. The more PG the bigger (kapena harsher) pakhosi kugunda. Amakonda ndudu emulating chipsyerere. PG does promote flavor but only to an extent. I personally couldn’t tell the difference from a 50/50 zimafanana ndi 60/40 kapena ngakhale 70/30 mkulu PG kukoma wanzeru. Throat hit on the other hand, kumverera kusiyana. Unless you have a tank system that needs very thin liquid or really, kwenikweni, kwenikweni lalikulu pakhosi kugunda, Zikadakhala bwino anatumikira ndi 50/50 or higher on the side of VG. Again, preference is what matters here. I’m sure some cartomizer applications would be greatly suited for high PG blends.
Asungunulidwa madzi zikulumikizana
Ngati muli ndi PG kapena VG ziwengo limeneli lidzakhala lalikulu mwina inu. Getting a VG/Distilled Water blend you are going to suffer a flavor and mild throat hit loss. On the bright side and most importantly, sudzakhala akudwala wanu ziwengo. Most flavor makers offer their flavors suspended in Distilled Water.
PG / asungunulidwa madzi zikulumikizana kwambiri mwankhanza pa mmero. They offer great flavor, koma kwenikweni nthunzi kupanga ndi nyukiliya pakhosi kugunda. If I had a VG allergy I would 100% ntchito analinso kungokhala kutali ndudu. Just keep the wattage/voltage low with high resistance atomizers and good airflow. It can be tolerated.
Pakuti inu rebuilders kunja uko, what type of material used for your wick can dictate the blend you use. Using Silica or similar materials will have naturally slow capillary action. Thinner liquids will be better suited so you can optimize this action and get liquid to the coils at a steady rate and minimize dry hits. Sure it’s possible to drip a Max VG blend directly onto the coils, but don’t expect the silica or eco wool to absorb liquid from the deck and bring it to the coils or draw liquid out of a tank in a timely fashion.
Using Ball Cotton and the many Cotton Pad variants have great capillary action. Ball Cotton has slightly less capillary action than the Japanese Pad types because the tiny fibers in Ball Cotton all run parallel to each other while the Pad variants do. There is also Rayon, kupanga, silky material which has better capillary action then Ball Cotton but not quite as good as the Pad types. I used Rayon for quite some time with great success. It has great flavor right out of the gate, whereas Ball Cotton usually has a break-in period when it can taste a little earthy. After trying Pad type cotton, such as Koh Gen Do or Muji cotton, I haven’t looked back. I don’t taste the break-in period that I do with Ball Cotton and I get better wicking action than I do with Rayon. Koh Gen Do is a great all around wicking material that is capable of being used in most, ngati si onse, applications. If anyone wants to try Rayon, Ndili ndi 5lb bokosi (wokongola kwambiri ndi moyo nthawi kotunga) atagona padziko, adzakondwa anadula 100ft kapena izo kwa inu. Ndingozisiya ndemanga pansipa ndipo ine ndibwerera kwa inu.
Mpweya angathe wicking kokha ati ntchito akasinja kuti ntchito vakuyumu, and the airflow will effect the flavoring and heat. Less airflow, unakhala wotentha zinthu afika, which will produce more flavor. Finding a good balance that works for you is what you should be after. Airflow effecting wicking is a fine balance you need to practice and experiment with.
Chitsanzo (ndi Pansi koyilo Clearomizers ndipo RBAs ngati Kayfun kapena Goblin), lets say I like to mouth to lung inhale my vape. This would require fairly closed off airflow. Since my airflow is closed down when I take a draw I’m going be applying negative pressure inside the tank, ndi zingalowe m'malo mkati thanki (kuwira pamwamba pa madzi mkati thanki) is going to want to draw more e-liquid in. So if I don’t have enough wicking material I’ll draw in too much liquid and flood my coils. If I have too much wicking material it will blow the flow, Ngakhale kuti ine kuyandikira, causing dry hits. The more you open the airflow the less negative pressure you’ll apply so you’ll have to learn to balance your wicking material. The more airflow you have, ndi zinthu zochepa inu mudzafuna ntchito kothandiza wicking, but the less airflow you have the more material you’ll want to use to keep from flooding. It’s a fine balancing act.
Izi saimira RDA a, ngati palibe thanki kapena vakuyumu nkhawa, kotero omasuka adzifufumitse pazipita zochuluka momwe inu mungathere amenewo coils (ulamuliro wa chala si kwambiri kuti koyilo(m) kudzasiya kuzungulira pamene akuyesetsa kukoka mfundo zanu kudzera) ndipo vape kutali.
Nic mlingo E-Phula zikulumikizana
Deciding how much nicotine to add to your e-liquid is yet another fine balancing act you need to tackle by trial and error. It starts off depending on how much you smoke (ngati si inu fodya wosuta, I kwambiri amati inu mukhale kutali kwa chikonga palimodzi). Myself, Ndinali paketi tsiku wosuta. I started with a $35 Kanger EVOD kit with 18mg nicotine Liquid. I realized immediately that it was too strong with how I was vaping. The convenience of my little vaporizer had me wanting to puff on it all day. With cigarettes, Ndikufuna kusiya zimene ndinali kuchita, kutuluka panja, smoke and come back in. I didn’t have this issue with my vaporizer, Ndingachite kuwomba pambuyo kuwomba.
My next e-liquid order I stepped down to 12mg and it was a noticeable difference and worked great with my little EVODs. I also did my best to taper my usage and not chain vape myself to a nicotine headache. Then I upgraded to a more powerful vaporizer, 12mg wa inayamba wamphamvu, time to step it down again. You where this is going. From what I gathered over my experiences and talking to many other people that use vaporizers. The balance point seems to be, a pack a day can be curved with around 12mg per ml of e-liquid. Work from there. 2 wanyamula tsiku? Maybe 18mg or stronger. Less then a pack a day? 6-8mg might be a good place to start.
Kunena izi mfundo positi, Ine adzanena kuti ichi: Most things are subjective and something I covered here might not work for you. The best advice I’ve ever received is guidelines or common knowledge and the recommendation that I try anything and everything I can until I’ve found what works best for me. So take all suggestions here as just that, a suggestion. This is in no way a be all, end all guide line for the perfect E-liquid blends. Build off the information I’ve gathered over many, miyezi yambiri kuyeserera kangapo ndi kupeza chimene chimachititsa lalikulu vaping zinachitikira kwa inu.
Monga mwa nthawi zonse, stay healthy. Until next time…