copper tank

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  1. dyingisliving

    dyingisliving Full Member

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    I was wondering if anyone has ever used copper rather than the polycarbonateglass tanks. I wanting to try it out but would like to know if im wasting my time. If no one has tried it then I will go ahead on my "testing"
     
  2. Ken_A

    Ken_A Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Copper being such a corruptable metal, I don't think I would want to try vaping from it unles it was an over-sleeve for something a bit less likely to cause issues.
     
  3. dyingisliving

    dyingisliving Full Member

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    I understand, but seeing that our water runs though copper pipe, Im not that afraid of trying it out, atleast test it to make sure its a bad idea. I just love the idea of a tank that will never break, And like copper.
     
  4. TomCatt

    TomCatt Da Catt Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Do not use copper anywhere that it comes into contact with juice; especially as a tank.
     
  5. dyingisliving

    dyingisliving Full Member

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    May I ask why?
     
  6. Kris Bury

    Kris Bury Full Member Verified Member

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    Just be careful because copper can be poisonous, especially if broken down by chemical reaction or heat.
     
  7. dyingisliving

    dyingisliving Full Member

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    Just so happens my middle name is careful, I will ditch this idea and just sleeve everything with copper = Steampunk vaper
     
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