Today we are going to talk about priming coils and the importance of doing so when vaping sub-ohm and non sub ohm.
The word prime means ready and prepare for, which is great when referring to vaping. When you prime a device you want to ensure that it is done knowingly about how the device works and how the power source works with it. When working with the estick clearomizers / emow clearomizers and general tanks that perform about a ohm resistance you want to ensure that with a fresh coil it’s important to let the coil sit in the tank when it’s full of juice so that the cotton absorbs all of the eliquid completely. This preps the coil to be able to burn evenly longer and stronger.
Now the idea of priming from the devices that work above the ohm also are similar to the idea of priming tanks that are sub-ohm. With these devices there are other factors that have to be thought about and handled that are different than the above ohm clearomizer. The sub-ohm clearomizers are different because with these devices the coils burn hotter and if used right last longer so they have to primed slightly differently. With the sub-ohm tanks the coils are built like a rebuildable with cotton inside the coil but also on the outside of the coil in the pre built encasing. When priming these coils before you put the coil in the tank you want to take your chosen eliquid and drop enough liquid inside the build so that there is no cotton left dry and this ensures even burning and longer lasting coil. Then after you put these drops in the coil you let it sit while you fill the tank up with the same eliquid that you primed the coil with. After both the coil and tank are primed with your chosen eliquid you then attach the base of the tank unit into the top tank and start vaping!
In average, people who prime there coils and tanks properly, maintain the coils life longer than those who decide not to. Also, priming the coils properly ensures that the battery doesn’t accidentally blow up the tank due to coil cotton catching fire and ruining the investment you put into the vape.
So all in all always maintain your coils and never forget to prime the coils for tanks whether it’s above an ohm resistance or sub-ohm!