The Solutions To Common Problems Of Sub Ohm Tank

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The Solutions to Common Problems of Sub Ohm Tank

There are more and more users of e-cigarettes, but there are not many newcomers who know a lot about e-cigarettes. I often don’t know how to solve the problem of oil spills/frying oils. Today, I will explain to you the common problems of sub ohm tank.Recently, there is a new product from Ofrf, which is called Nexmesh Coil Tank . 4ml and spare 5.5ml large capacity optional which is free you from adding juice into the tank frequently.Top filling system makes it simplify the refilling. Dual wicking setting, which is effective to prevent dry heating.

The Solutions to Common Problems of Sub Ohm Tank

What Is Oil Spill?

Oil leakage means that the smoke oil flows out from an abnormal place, such as the edge of the atomizer glass bin, the air inlet, the drip nozzle, and the bottom positive screw. Sometimes it is not oil leaking from the drip nozzle, but the condensate accumulated in the drip nozzle and the flue.

Why Is It leaking Oil?

There are three reasons for the oil leakage of the sub ohm tank.

1. Way of Refueling

Some novice friends are too eager to run the core, quickly adding too much smoke, so that the atomizer core is too saturated or a part of the smoke oil is not absorbed by the atomizing core and slides into the base. If the fuel is too full, there will be oil spills.

If it is a top oil atomizer, when the top oil hole is opened, the bottom air intake is not closed, and oil leakage may occur.

2. Method of Use

Many friends will habitually breathe a sigh of relief when using it. This is not true. Firstly, the structure of the finished oil storage atomizer and the drip atomizer is not the same. The long-term blowing of the sub ohm tank will cause the oil spots of the oil to be blown into the base at the same time, plus the long-term accumulation. Condensate, causing oil leakage.

The Solutions to Common Problems of Sub Ohm Tank

3. Atomizer sealing rubber ring

The most easily damaged atomizer in the process of use is the sealing rubber ring. If the sealing rubber ring that the atomizing core contacts the base is damaged, oil leakage may occur.

4. Placement

The smoke oil in the atomizer is left unused for a long time, which will also cause oil leakage, because most sub ohm tank are vacuum-type oil-conducting structures, which are placed for a long time due to the internal pressure of the atomizer. If it exists, it will continuously guide the oil. If the smoked oil of the atomized core is accumulated too much, it will penetrate into the base and cause oil leakage.

Next, I use the sub ohm tank that is now more common in the structure as a case.

“Rose Bead” Atomizer

“Rose Bead” is a typical top oil atomizer. Many friends often ignore the step of closing the bottom air intake when using this atomizer. They directly open the top oil injection. When the oil is added, it will be found. Very serious or directly start leaking oil.

The reason is that when the top oil filling port is opened, the pressure inside the atomizing chamber increases. If the bottom air inlet is not closed, the whole atomizer is like a gas cylinder. The atmospheric pressure is pressed down the oil guiding port of the atomizing core. Cycle through the top to fill the top fill port until refueling.

Solution:

Invert the atomizer to remove the chassis and the atomizing core, wipe the oil in the chassis with a paper towel, and clean the bottom of the atomizing core and the flue and the drip nozzle.

The atomizing core is screwed onto the chassis and mounted to the main machine, and the ignition atomizes a portion of the excessive amount of smoke oil in the atomizing core.

Reinstall the base back into the oil storage bin. After installation, open the air inlet and leave it for about five minutes, then it can be used normally.

Left Wheel atomizer

The “revolver” is a common bottom-oiled finished oil storage atomizer. The Atomizer of this structure causes two situations of oil leakage.

1. The sealing ring of the atomizing core is damaged.

Damage to the sealing ring of the atomizing core will also cause the smoke oil to slowly penetrate into the base. The solution is: if there is a rubber ring, you can reinstall a spare rubber ring. If not, you can only change one atomizing core to be normaluse.

2. The atomizer core is exhausted

When the atomizing core is used for too long, the carbon deposit is too much or the atomizing core has been burned, oil leakage may occur.

Due to excessive carbon deposition, the oil-locking capacity of the oil-conducting cotton in the atomizing core is reduced, and there is no way to balance the oil-conducting state, and oil leakage will inevitably occur. At this time, the atomizer core needs to be replaced to be used normally.

Usually the common oil leakage problem of the sub ohm tank is nothing more than pay attention to the fueling method, the oil quantity is best not to add too much, often clean the atomizer flue and the base, often check the sealing rubber ring at the atomizing core and the oil tank connection. The “air blowing” of the sub ohm tank is also the key to oil leakage, so friends who like to use the sub ohm tank to “blow” unless you have the habit of cleaning the atomizer frequently, or try not to use this wrong way.

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