Sub Ohm Tanks
What are sub-ohm vape coils?
The atomizers whose coils are under 1.0 ohm are known as sub-ohm vape coils. They usually range between 0.1 to 0.9 ohms. When sub-ohm tanks are combined with high wattages, they produce thicker and richer vaper clouds. It’s not possible to produce massive vapor clouds with the standard resistance atomizer coils. As a result, the e-liquids flavor is more robust and savory.
Working of Sub-ohm vape tanks
These tanks are crafted in a way to enable the user to take full advantage of the e-liquids rich flavor along with producing massive clouds. They work well with powerful mods which can produce high wattages. With a coil resistance below 1.00 ohm, these tanks use the battery’s power and heat the coil in the tank to vaporize the e-liquid previously saturated within the cotton. Recently the top notch manufacturers have started using other wicking materials and even more advanced coils which has a big impact on flavor production.
These sub-ohm tanks are made for DTL vaping as they utilize pre-build coil heads of 0.5 ohms or lower. These tanks give you a ton of airflow and are designed to mimic the dripping experience along with the ease of using a tank.
It’s a style of vaping which produces larger clouds of vapor. Using sub-ohm Clearomizers for vaping is known as sub-ohm vaping. They need high wattage devices to power them. This means they require a power of minimum 40 W but should not exceed 200 W for working effectively. Sub-ohm vaping requires more battery power and burns e-liquid much faster. Though a great benefit sub-ohm vaping provides is makes larger clouds with more vapor. So with a sub-ohm setup, you will consume more e-liquid than normal vape.
Sub-ohm vaping became popular in 2014 and by mid 2016, this was the default standard of most MTL vapers. With sub-ohm vaping, you get enough airflow for direct lung inhalation.
Should I choose sub-ohm vaping?
Sub-ohming is meant for advanced vapers who have its basic knowledge of how to relate ohm law and Watt’s law. You can only consider sub-ohm vaping, if you have a prior experience with vaping. It’s not recommended for newbie’s. If your vaping goals are to produce, the largest possible vaper clouds, then sub-ohming is meant for you. If all you want is a smooth hit, then sub-ohm vaping is not necessary for you.