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The vaping world has received a lot of slack lately with people asking whether or not you really are better off vaping than smoking? Well, a two-minute search on Google will tell you that vaping certainly is 95% healthier than smoking. But despite this, a lot of questions have been raised about the safety of your e-juice. And since we are inhaling the substances that our vape juice contains, it definitely is a valid question. So here is the Vaping 101 on what e-liquid consists of and which vape juice ingredients to avoid.
Why is this issue so nasty? It cannot be prevented, and you can't tell the cause of it correctly. So, how to fix "No Atomizer Found"
When the atomizer is not reading the coil correctly, it starts beaming the error message “Check Atomizer” or “No Atomizer Found.” The most spread reason for this is the issue with the 510 connection, or, in other words, the tank doesn’t screw onto the mod properly.
So, the tank doesn’t read the coil resistance, and it can’t send power to heat the atomizer. Here we’ll explain how to fix the error in a couple of simple steps.
1) Try it with another mod. In case you have another tank at hand, try to switch them. If the new tank doesn’t produce any issues, you know where the problem sits. So, it is the coil on your tank. For a quick fix, try cleaning the contact points.
E liquids are made from 3 main ingredients; vegetable glycerine, propylene glycol and flavourings. Most e liquids also contain nicotine, however there are plenty of flavours of vape juice that have nicotine free options.
There are quite a few 'types' of e liquid, but they generally all fall into a few main categories. If you're new to vaping, it's a good idea to know what these are so that you can choose the correct type for your vape kit or e-cigarette. Find out more about these below.
Types Of E-Liquid
All e liquids contain a ratio of two important ingredients. These are VG (vegetable glycerin) and PG (propylene glycol). VG is a thicker substance whereas PG is thinner. Different ratios of these ingredients will affect the viscosity of the vape liquid and therefore which types of device they will be most suitable for. They also have an effect on the vapour and 'throat hit' that an e liquid will produce:
E-liquids with a VG bias tend to produce larger vapour clouds with little to no throat hit.
E Liquids with a PG bias provide the hit to the back of the throat that is often favoured by those trying to give up smoking. These liquids tend to produce a more subtle amount of vapour.
My first retail vape was an electronic cigarette designed to look like a tobacco cigarette. Created by Joyetech, the e-cigarette Brannd was released by the China-based company in the early 2005s. Then to Europe and America around 2007. Now different types of vapes range in design, power, and vapor-making ability. The basics of their functions and usage are the same as the first one made.