In this article we’re going to explain into detail the truth behind vapor production and how to blow even more vapor. The vapor production we produce from vape pens and vape mods have become a vital key to our path of a much better alternative to smoking. Not only do you look to get that nicotine fix, but you also enjoy the ability to inhale some of the most delicious flavors, exhale plumes of vapor, but there’s also something there that pulls out the hobbyist in us all.
Aside from the fact that you were addicted to over 4,000 chemicals, you were also addicted to the act of holding something, taking that pull, and exhaling smoke. Vaporizers, no matter which type, have mimicked that act, yet at a much safer stance. Other than getting nicotine from the device, many people are drawn to vaping as an alternative to smoking because of the large assortment of vape juice flavors, but most importantly they’re after the vapor production — something that many of us enjoyed most about smoking traditional cigarettes.
If a new vaper purchases a brand new vape pen starter kit and set everything up, yet still produce little to no vapor, they will not be satisfied, nor will they continue to vape. When new vapers read or watch our e-liquid reviews, they are fascinated on how much vapor that these devices and vape juice can produce. Many of these new vapers that watch these reviews think that it’s all about the device, but there are several factors that go into it, and that’s what we want to explain to you today.
Vapor Production – The Truth
When you are vaping, the act of producing ‘how much’ vapor doesn’t rely solely on the e-liquid. In fact, there are many factors that play into producing little vapor or a lot. The famous question of “How do you produce so much vapor?” has been asked and searched numerous of times, yet there are still many of you that never get a defined answer.
The truth behind it all is that the amount of vapor you’ll receive depends on many factors, such as what PG/VG ratio your e-liquid is mixed at, what type of atomizer you’re using, the resistance of your coils, the type of device you have, and how much power the device can produce. Below are the factors of vapor production following its explanation.
The reason why VG is more known to help produce more vapor is because Vegetable Glycerin has the ability to capture moisture molecules from the air. With that said, as you inhale the vapor, the VG ingredient immediately begins capturing those moisture molecules from your mouth and then from the air as you exhale. Test this for yourself by waiting until night time where their is more moisture in the air and blow out a nice plume… you’ll notice the cloud appears to have more volume than normal.
- Sub-Ohm: Any atomizer coil that is less than 1.0ohm
- Standard Resistance: An atomizer coil that is 1.0ohm or above.
These factors can be the deciding factor on how much vapor you will produce from your vape pen or vape mod. Mind you, there are many more technical explanations for producing vapor, but these are the must know when learning about vapor production.
Good points! I have to say that I never liked a carto until I put the right volts behind it with a tank feeding it. While I prefer the atty, cartos perform well on the right device. Since attys and cartos are disposable, it’s easy to try them all and find your sweet spot. Vapor can often be increased by the “method” too- it just depends on how long you want it to take to get there.
with a quality battery the cartomizers are excellent. I feel more of a punch behind them. The juice seems a little messy and just tends to be a hassle. The biggest problem is that there isn’t a whole lot of companies that provide good quality flavors with their batteries.
This article is old and should be updated to fit current industry and enthusiast knowledge.
Thanks for bringing it to my attention. The post has been updated.