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The ultimate guide to correct vapor temperature


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Although the popularity of evaporators continues to grow rapidly, knowledge of their best use is falling behind. We are all familiar with the old, tried and tested traditional methods of using marijuana, such as "banks," "pipes," "blunt objects" and "joints," but we are not fully aware of the benefits of using e-cigarettes. It is only in the last few years, as legalization and acceptance have increased, that we have seen such a huge increase in the popularity of evaporators. Through continuous laboratory testing and scientific research, the benefits of atomization are actually beginning to appear more and more frequently. Considered much healthier than smoking, it's no surprise to see the VAPE market grow at such a rate. By removing burning elements from the process, we can prevent a variety of carcinogens and toxins from entering the body. Carcinogens are toxins that are directly related to the growth of cancer cells. Marijuana smoke contains large amounts of these carcinogens, which are unavoidable when inhaled. Rather than using combustion to release the active ingredients in the cannabis, Vaping causes the material to boiling, producing vapors rich in terpenes and cannabinoids. As cannabis becomes more accepted as modern medicine, the healthiest way to obtain its active ingredient must be found. Although not entirely healthy, Vaping is certainly a viable alternative to smoking. With VAPing, we have little control over what happens after smoking, and with the help of Vaping, you can change the temperature with the click of a button. In this article, we will learn more about evaporation temperatures, evaporation techniques, and evaporators to ensure that you always get the best results from your Vape experience.


Convection and conductivity

At present, two main heating technologies are used in evaporators, namely convection, and conduction. Convection works by heating the air in the room where the marijuana is located, essentially creating an oven effect. Conduction, on the other hand, occurs through direct contact with ground weeds that are atomized. It's well known that convection can produce more flavor, and conduction can produce the really dense clouds we crave. There are many evaporators on the market that claim to mix the two forms of heating as a hybrid evaporator. These evaporators are usually mostly one of them, but vapes such as Storz & Bickel's Crafty and Arizer's Air II undoubtedly set the standard for using steam produced by mixed heating.

Evaporation temperature

Each evaporation temperature produces a different result. Lower temperatures aggravate the taste, while higher temperatures produce thicker clouds. It's up to you to decide which happy media you like. Personal preferences play an integral role in selecting the best temperature range for you. Higher temperatures sometimes produce irritating superheated vapors, while lower temperatures usually lack vapor density. I recommend using a medium to high temperature (say 185 ° C) to ensure that all active ingredients are completely evaporated while also protecting the flavor. Marijuana has many active ingredients that evaporate at different temperatures.

THC - 157 ℃

CBD - 160-180 ℃

Delta - 8 - THC - 175 ℃

Cubic boron nitride -185℃

CBC - 220 ℃

THCV - 220 ℃

Atomization techniques and skills

To get the best results for your evaporator, a slow, exaggerated To breathe in is recommended. By using a longer drawn fork, we can keep the device at its set temperature. It also counteracts any tension and ensures the highest quality of flavor and steam. When the best steam is produced, most evaporators require extremely fine grinding. However, some don't need as much attention. Read your evaporator and its trends carefully, and learn how to perfect it. There are countless comments and walk-through videos on the Internet, so use them. To ensure the service life and availability of equipment, an important technique is to keep the equipment clean. Keep your Vape clean and operational for two minutes after each lesson.


There are many factors that affect the final evaporation temperature. The list of carburetors you're using, how you're using them, things that are vaporizing, goes on and on. The hard part is figuring out your personal preferences. Personally, I found that 185 ° C was perfect for what I wanted to achieve, flavor, and dense steam. Play with your unit and find the one that suits you best.

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