Conduction VS Convection

Which kind of vaporizer are you in the market to buy? Although there are more choices under the sun than you could dare to dream, the two main types of internal guts these vape pens possess is what really counts.

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Conduction Vapes

Conduction systems use heat that directly contacts your product inside the tank of the pen. Heat hits the substance or solid you have packed in directly and this starts to roast the dry herbal blend or concentrate on the spot.

The upside to this kind of energy transfer is that the vape pens that use conduction heat up faster and are usually cheaper than their convective counterparts. Vapes that use conduction as a primary heating method typically have fewer parts. This makes them easier to clean, and also means there are less pieces that can wear out or break.

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Convection Vapes

Convection systems in vaporizer pens use heat that passes through your smoking product by using waves of heat as an oven does. The heat transfers energy through the element as waves and is easier to control temperature wise. You also run less of a risk combusting your plant or wax matter, as convection will never place any direct fire or heat on it.

Although these types of personal vaporizers can wear a lot more of an expensive price tag than conduction styles, with a convection vaporizer the warm air passes all the way through the material. As a result, the top, middle, and bottom levels heat evenly and vaporizes fully. Every Single. Time. This means you don’t have to shake or stir this kind of vaporizer. Just do yourself a huge favor and don’t over pack the tank area, or the air stream will be interrupted and you’ll never get that luxurious tasty draw you’ve been dreaming of.

It’s truly your choice to decide which personal vaporizer pen is best. Conduction will run cheaper, heat up faster, but has the potential to combust (or burn) your medicinal treats. Convection will give you an even roast of product, be easier to control exact temperatures, but also will drain your wallet a few more bucks than it’s peer.

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