Vaper's guide: your essential guide to rebuildable atomizers
We take a closer look at rebuildable atomizers and their key roles in the world of vaping.
A rebuildable atomizer (RBA) is a general name for all kind of atomizers which allow you to assemble and build the coils instead of replacement the whole coil head. Also, you can build atomizers at any desired resistance.
These atomizers can be divided into 3 types:
◆ Rebuildable dripping atomizer (RDA)
◆ Rebuildable tank atomizer (RTA)
◆ Rebuildable dripping tank atomizer (RDTA)
1. Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer (RDA)
Referred to as a rebuildable dripper, it doesn't have the airtight tank for containing e-juice. The e-liquid is dripped directly onto the exposed coil and wick where it essentially free-based into massive clouds of vapor.
It needs to drop liquid after a few puffs. And the wicks needs to be changed some time later.
2. Rebuildable Tank Atomizer (RTA)
Compared to RDA, the RTA has the deck to rebuild but it also has an airtight tank as a reservoir to hold the e-juice that is absorbed by the wick.
The tank can be plastic, glass or metal.
Most of RTA has four parts: drip tip, tank, chimney, and deck.
After building and filling, it can deliver continuous vaping for a certain time before having to be refilled.
3. Rebuildable Dripping Tank Atomizer (RDTA)
The RDTA combines elements from both RDA and RTA, i.e. a tank to contain juice, and a deck that’s rebuildable – the two parts are separated.
A rebuildable atomizer offers the most customizable vaping experience possible, and is capable of generating the greatest vapor and flavor production.
It is often considered to be only used for advanced vapers, but actually, it is relatively easy to use if you have the necessary knowledge and utilize a little practice.
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