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Dripping and the Atomizer

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  1. dgriego

    dgriego Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 8, 2009
    New Mexico
    I have been dripping all day today, up until today I was fillling the cart. My question is this. Does dripping cause your atomizer to die quicker?

    If the atomizer needs to stay wet then it would seem that dripping is the easiest way to keep it wet and I really like the hits I get with dripping and the fact that I do not get the liquid coming out of the cart.

    Last but not least I just got my xhaler in the mail today. Can I also drip on that? If I do how many drops do I put on the atomizer to make sure I do not burn it out? I only put 1 drop on my current e-cig which says it is a L88B but seems to be some type of 510 since the 510 atomizers work just fine on it.

    Thanks
     
  2. Kent C

    Kent C ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 12, 2009
    NW Ohio US
    Correct dripping 2 to 3 drops should have no bad effect on your atomizer and it is true that dry atomizers are more likely to die. IF you would continually flood your atomizers where you are not getting any vapor but still pouring power to the coil, I would think that could cause problems if done routinely.

    Best to ask Drew questions on the Xhaler but I would think that like almost any other mod that dripping not only is possible but encouraged.

    I don't have specific information on the L88B but one or two drops on any atty should not be a problem. The main problem with dripping can be with auto batteries that aren't sealed and the juice getting through and shorting out the circuit.
     
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