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Liquids V.S. Vape Coils Resistance.
Vape Coils also can be resulting leak
Use of high PG (thinner) liquids in one of these coils results might result in leaking issues.
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The reason being is that these coils allow excess liquid into the coil which eventually ends up either in the central tube, or leaking out of the airflow holes.
Wellon Vape Experts Recommended Low Resistance Vape Coils with Higher VG Liquids
So, it’s recommended to use low resistance coils with higher VG liquid.
Higher VG is thicker in nature, thus, coil’s relatively bigger airflow holes allow a smooth passage to the juice.
Wellon Vape Experts Recommended higher resistance Vape Coils with higher PG liquids
Coils with higher resistance are ideal for the higher PG (thinner) liquids as they can flow easily.
When higher resistance coils are used with higher VG liquids, they can’t vaporize the liquid properly.
Most tanks fitted in vaping devices come with replaceable coils with different units of resistance.
So, Wellon Vape experts recommended Use the Correct and Branded Coils.
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