Vaporizing tanks come in a wide variety to choose from. For most people, it’s difficult to pick the best tank, either for a replacement or a MOD. The most suitable tank mainly depends on the intended purpose of use. However, the personal taste of the user is important so to ensure that he or she gets a tank that is most comfortable with him or her.
The tank of choice depends on several factors:
Type of Material
There are three main types of vape tank materials:
Each type of tank material has its advantage over the other, and each is suitable for different uses. Plastic is the cheapest among the three and is readily available in most retail stores. However, plastic tanks can be corroded by e-juices containing fruit acids such citrus over time. Some e-liquids can also crack plastic tanks. Unlike plastic and metallic tanks, glass tanks easily break when they fall from medium heights.
The size of the tank also matters. For a replacement, the size of the tank will depend on the available atomizer. If the tank is relatively larger than the atomizer, the device will be less stable and prone to toppling over often.
A large tank might also be suitable for vaping devices used for vaping sections since it can hold large amounts of e-juice. However, if the device is for personal use, a large tank might make the device less portable, and thus inconvenient to the mobile user. A large tank that is not regularly used might also mean that more e-juice is wasted since e-liquids spoil when exposed to sunlight over a long period.
The main factor in deciding the tank design to choose is the preference and taste of the user. The design of the tank of choice will also depend on the design of the available atomizer to ensure that they are compatible. Some of the commonly available tank designs include Top Coil, Bottom Coil, Single Coil, and Dual Coil designs. For a vaping tank, a coil near the mouth means a hotter vape will be produced and vice versa. A dual coil tanks will also produce a hotter vape as compared to a single coil. A dual coil, however, might drain the battery faster than a single coil.