What to Know About Transferring E-Liquid From Tank to Tank - Our Beginner's Guide - V8PR.uk

What to Know About Transferring E-Liquid From Tank to Tank - Our Beginner's Guide

Swapping tanks for another is typical for any seasoned vapour, along with switching up e-liquids to cycle through different flavours in one’s collection. However, there are unfortunate instances where you are forced to transfer your e-juice from one tank to another - be it due to setup mishaps that involve cracked glass, or poor coil installation. 

Of course, not all reasons root from a negative situation. Some vapours want to transfer vape juice between tanks to consolidate the juice and maximize the complementary flavours, ensuring that every drop counts. 

While transferring juice from one tank to another can be messy, there’s no harm done in doing it. The only question you need to concern yourself with is, how can you effectively pour juice into another tank properly? 

How to Properly Transfer Vape Juices Between Tanks Properly 

Switching e-liquids between tanks may seem simple, but it isn’t as straightforward. The most crucial factor is to ensure that you start fresh using a new and well-cleaned tank unless you want to consolidate the flavours of your e-juice purposely. 

The coils on the new tank; on the other hand, should always be fresh as old coils will negatively affect the taste of your e-juice and dilute your vaping experience. Some other factors you need to consider the following: 

  1. Be Aware of the Nicotine Type 

Mixing up flavours between different e-liquids is okay and safe, but you need to be mindful of the nicotine content, especially if you’re using salt nic vape juices. This is because salt nic does not suit sub-ohm tanks and other high-power box mod devices as it will be too powerful, that's why it only suits pod mod systems. 

  1. Always Check the Output Level 

Just like the nicotine level, some e-liquids are appropriate for specifical output levels. For instance, the nicotine strength and ratio of the propylene glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerin (VG) are more compatible with lower output ranges. 

  1. Look at the Coil’s Compatibility 

Other than requiring a new coil to prevent diluting the flavours of the e-liquid, you also need to check whether the coil is compatible with the latest vape tank you’re using. Some coils are not built for specific configurations, so be sure to consider the coils of each tank. 

In Conclusion

Transferring left-over e-juice from one tank to another is safe and encouraged, especially if the situation requires it. However, be sure to consider the unique qualities of your e-liquid and ensure that it is appropriate for the different setup you have with the new tank or device. 

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