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There are a few different kinds of vape tanks. Each of the vape tanks has a slightly different function and capabilities depending on what they’re made of. For people who vape, these are known as atomizers, clearomizers, glassomizers, and cartomizers. They are made up of a heating element and some sort of reservoir to hold e-liquid. They’re quite amazing products because when mixed with a lithium battery, they become vaporizers that can be used to blow clouds with a variety of vape juices. The different kinds of tanks can also fit different people’s budgets, needed mod resistance, special delivery method requirements, and more.
Plastic (also known as polycarbonate) tanks a quite inexpensive to make yet they’re quite capable. The first tanks were made out of plastic and the simpler tanks are still made out of it to this day. Another great thing about this material is the durability it offers for you. Plastic is a material that is man-made using a variety of polymer that is found on this planet. These polymers include PVC, nylon, polyethylene, and a few other great ones. The best thing about plastic is that it can be molded to any shape imaginable while it’s soft before it becomes rigid and permanently stays in that shape unless broken by some outside force. This is why plastic is known to be a man’s perfect material.
In the case of vaping, however, plastic may not always be perfect. Certain vape juices are very acidic and may crack your tank. It’s also possible that the juices may cloud up your tank and make it ugly. With flavors like passion fruit, root beer, or even hot cinnamon, it’s recommended you use either a pyrex glass tank or a metal tank. The pyrex material gives a nice heavy feel and usually comes with an interesting design that can improve airflow and overall give you a better experience. However, these tanks can easily break when dropped. This is why stainless Steel or Anodized Aluminum is the best here. It mixes the best elements and overall has the best look.
Types of Tanks
One of the biggest advantages of using a Sub-Ohm Tank is that it was designed to produce large clouds. With that, it would mean that it’d also require powerful mods that have the capacity of discharging high wattages.
Its name was derived from what materials it uses. These being low resistance coils that are less than one ohm, thus, the name Sub-Ohm tank.
Rebuildable Dripping Atomizers
A Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer, or RDA, is a type of tank that allows the user to directly apply the e-juice to the vape’s coils and wicks. RDAs have juice storage just below the wicks and coils to hold the juice, and because of this, the wick tails are placed into the storage. But technically, this storage does not have the capacity to be described as a tank. With this, the user needs to often drip e-juice to avoid the drying of the wicks.
Rebuildable Tank Atomizers
A Rebuildable Tank Atomizer, more commonly known as RTA, is a rebuildable tank that consists of one or more coils that can be found under or in the middle of the tank.
An RTA has a chimney that extends to the drip tip and a bell system that protects and covers the deck.
Unlike the RTA, the Rebuildable Dripping Tank Atomizer has the deck sitting on top of the tank. What’s unique with how the RDTA is designed is that it has a tank below the deck, but at the same time, can function like the RDA. In regards to this, the user still has the freedom to drip e-juice directly on the coils and wicks.
There’s a very large selection of tanks that can fill a very wide audience. Most popular tank manufacturers: Kangertech, Aspire Vape, iJoy, Innokin, Smok Tech.