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EXHALE PLATINUM ELIQUID
EXCLUSIVE to EXhale Platinum Edition and Platinum Max VG are two new eliquid ranges we've designed and created especially for you.
Platinum range eliquids are blended in the UK to our own exacting specifications and following the most stringent quality standards. All of our eliquids are certified and compliant with UK regulatory requirements.
Crank things up a notch & get a little more OOMPH with a Variable Voltage &/or Variable Wattage Device.
Is your vape feeling somewhat tame or lacklustre? Are you craving a fuller, more satisfying, rich and indulgent vape?
You may benefit from owning a device that will allow you to alter the power output that is received by your atomiser meaning you can tailor your vape experience.
BATTERY VOLTAGE RAISES TEMPERATURE
Standard electronic batteries are rated at a power output of 3.7 volts. An atomisation device's coil has a 'resistance' measured in oHms.
Raising the voltage issued to your atomisation device will raise the temperature the coil reaches. The liquid at the coil will vaporises at a higher temperature.
A variable voltage battery will allow you to tailor your vaping experience to suit your own specific requirements so that you will achieve a fuller vape and bigger throat hit.
The resistance of the coil refers to the amount of voltage it can accept.
Voltage set too low for the coil will result in there beeing little or no heat generated at all. The liquid will not be vaporised/adequately vapourised.
Too much voltage however will make the coil too hot. This will overheat the e-liquid altering its taste significantly spoiling your experience.
ADJUSTING VOLTAGE/WATTAGE COMES WITH A WARNING
Too high a voltage will:
- Cause carbon to form on the wick. The carbon will continuously leach into your eliquid spoiling the taste and pleasure.
- Most catastrophic of all, setting it at too high a voltage for the ohms of the coil can pop the coil altogether.
Care should be taken then to ensure that the battery is set to voltage (or wattage) ouput that is suitable for the parameters of resistance of your coil.
With a little practice and by following our recommendation to set the battery voltage (or wattage) low and to slowly increment the voltage you will be able to find your own “sweet spot”.
- Be aware too that the perfect setting used for one tank or for one liquid might vary significantly between different devices you use.
VOLTAGE & YOUR ATOMISER DEVICE & INCREASING VAPOUR PRODUCTION
Energy from the battery is used to generate heat in the coil. The heated coil vapourises the liquid, mixing it with the oxygen drawn in at the inhale. This combination of heat and oxygen with vapourised liquid creates the vapour that is inhaled.
There are 2 methods to increase vapour production:
1. Increase the amount of e-liquid supplied to the coil - that coil must have a large enough surface area to adequately vaporise the increased amount of liquid - while also bearing in mind that this increased coil surface area and increased quantity of liquid requires more power.
2. Increase the heat applied to the coil.
A Variable Voltage battery allows for the volume of power (energy) to be produced and so will support BOTH of these options.
VOLTAGE COMBINED WITH RESISTANCE = WATTAGE
Voltage (output of battery) combined with oHms (resistance of coil) results in the wattage of power in total. As an example:
A standard battery has a power output of 3.7 volts. When using a standard atomisation device (around 2.4oHms) this combination of volts and ohms produces approximately 5.5watts of power. The same 3.7v battery, used with a 1.8ohms resistance coil results in approx. 9watts.
In order then to gain the greatest range of performance and retain vape quality (not overheating it) you would need the ability to alter the voltage applied dependant on the resistance of your atomisation device (ohms) . A VV battery allows you to do this.
EXHALE ADVISE THAT YOU BEGIN ADJUSTING CAUTIOUSLY:
- Check and set the voltage output recommended for the resistance (oHms) of the device you are using (see suggestions below).
- Increase voltage output very slowly in the smallest increment option available. Stop when you have achieved the vape quality you wish for
- Consider consulting a Variable Voltage Vaping Chart (available by searching online) or see our suggestions below.
- Don’t be tempted to crank things up too quickly. Setting your voltage too high will result in overheating, a burnt taste and at worst can pop your coil.
If you reduce the resistance (ohms) of your atomisation device and/or increase the power output (volts) applied to levels that are too great for the coils resistance this will result in:
- Overheating of the liquid and a burning taste.
- It will also cause a rapid reduction in the performance of the atomisation device (the coil would degrade and burn out/stop working altogether)
Using greater output settings to increase power uses stored power more quickly YOU WILL NEED TO CHARGE SOONER.
SUGGESTED VOLTAGE SETTINGS FOR COIL RESISTANCE
OHMS < - > VOLTS
2.2oHms < - > 3volts
2.5oHms < - > 3.4volts
2.8oHms < - > 3.7volts
3.2oHms < - > 4.2volts
4.5oHms < - > 6volts