A tank is essentially a large clearomizer.
While the fluid repositories in vape tanks have a tendency to be around 1.6 ml or slightly more, tanks utilize a similar design with significantly greater limits, so you don’t have to top off as frequently as you would with a clearomizer.
Contingent upon the tank, this could be anything from 2 ml straight up to 5 ml or more. The coil is as yet still replaceable, and most vape tanks utilize a bottom-coil design.
Other than the capacity to hold more e-liquid, vape tanks are regularly made of glass rather than plastic. This enables them to withstand strong citrusy and cinnamon-based juices that could likely split or crack a plastic tank.
Likewise they have the standard 510 connections, which are associated to mods, and also work well with eGo-style connections, without using the threading on the outside of the contact point. This can look somewhat odd without something to cover the external threading, yet it still works nonetheless.
Most vape tanks enable control over the wind stream to the coils. This can be the difference on the type of draw (cigarette) or a smoky misty type draw (which enhances vapor creation to the detriment of flavor). Getting the right air flow settings for your particular preferences isn’t usually simple, however having the alternative gives you another choice for varying your experience.
Sub Ohm Tanks
Sub ohm tanks are primarily the same as standard tanks, however their coils bring down resistance, clearly lower than one ohm. This gives them the ability to adapt to higher wattages and will for the most part add a kick of flavor and vapor generation.
The atomizer makes a beeline for the devices the same way as clearomizers and different tanks, however for the most they part have bigger wicking ports so that the juice supply can maintain the speed it’s being vaporized at. As a rule sub ohm tanks can adapt to higher-VG fluids.
The drawback to sub ohm tanks is that to run safely they require higher-power mods and more capable devices. The purpose behind this, without diving into the point, is that a given battery can just supply so much current, and lower-resistance coils will draw more current than higher-resistance ones at a similar voltage.
E-cigarettes for the most part set a base resistance and a max current to protect you. The newer mods are essentially all adept at working with sub ohm tanks,yet you’ll have to verify the supported resistance to be certain.
Sub ohm tanks frequently work with temperature control coils. These are produced using nickel, stainless steel or titanium and can be utilized by temperature control mods to give a more reliable performance and circumvent disagreeable “dry hits.”
We won’t dig into temperature control in this post but keep in mind that you’ll likely need a sub ohm tank to utilize temperature control.
By and large, tanks and sub ohm tanks are both truly more adept clearomizers, hopefully this post has given you some knowledge into why they’re seen as separate devices.
Easy to use Great flavor Refillable
Replaceable coils. Adjustable airflow Temperature control compatible
Glass tanks with large capacities – 2 to 5 ml of juice (or more)
510 connections compatible with most non-cigalike devices
Fantastic vapor production (expressly sub-ohm tanks)
Work at higher wattages (especially sub ohm tanks)
Sub ohm tanks require a high power mod to run.
Higher start-up cost than clearomizers, but still affordable