Anyone who has taken just five seconds to analyze the extent of the vaporizer market rapidly notes that several brands promote their heating element as the best available while pointing out the health risks connected with their competitors’ models. The evaluation of all these statements can be a great task. The purpose of this article is not to support a special type of heating element, but to gather the available information regarding the heating elements in one place to help people make well-versed decisions when purchasing a vaporizer.
Types of Heating Elements:
Ceramic heating elements are the most common heating elements. Its defenders argue that they are the cleanest option and so the healthiest. This statement is true: ceramics can endure high temperatures before the material begins to transform into gas and, therefore, is healthy and very clean. Several companies take this logic a step added and argue that, because other types of heating elements have minor boiling points, they are less healthy and dirtier. This argument is rather flawed: though many other heating elements have lower boiling points, these points are generally still well above the usual vaporization temperatures.
Low quality ceramic elements are poorly reflected in all ceramic heating elements, which is regrettable because a stylish ceramic element is also very clean. The heating elements on the top of the line are very accurate, while accuracy is a function of the circuit and the computer chip technology used with the heating element.
Some of the best vaporizers use aluminum heating elements on the market. Manufacturers say that aluminum is more accurate than ceramic elements since it responds quickly to changes in temperature: One reason why the Volcano maintains this right temperature control is that it uses an aluminum element and block, and aluminum has properties that are separate from practical designs with ceramic.
An aluminum element and block can be adjusted more quickly to the effects of material air pressure. The key to vaporization is to maintain control over temperature and flow, which eventually leads to ideal control over vapor density. Critics of vaporizers with aluminum heating elements cite the health risks connected with contact to aluminum, that is, an increased risk of Alzheimer’s. Click here.
Glass is mostly similar to ceramics when it comes to heating elements. Currently, just one vaporizer with a glass heating element is available: the Vapolution Vaporizer.
Choose a Vaporizer with the Right Heating Element
At last, choosing a heating element is a matter of personal picking. Health reflections are paramount for some, while accuracy can dictate the options of others. Those concerned about health must be warned that the kind of plastic hose used and the kind of plastic tube used in the various models are very relevant; however, this is a subject for another article. The most exclusive vaporizers clearly have the best heating elements, this is a big part of what you are paying, but some midrange models provide rather viable options. Does a little research before buying as well, it will be worth it.