Why is my Vape getting warm? What Should I do?

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Almost probably nothing to worry about if your vape gets warm. Keep in mind that vapes are made expressly to manipulate heat: the battery sends energy to the coil, which then transforms some of that energy into heat and sends a stream of vapour your way through the drip tip. You vape somewhat, heating up as a result of this, and it is normal. This does not imply that you should overlook the fact that your vape is becoming too hot to manage. Fortunately, hot vapes are nearly never a cause for alarm and are frequently simple to avoid.

Here are a few potential causes of your vape feeling warm when you inhale.

  1. Be careful not to chain vape.
  2. Verify that you are utilizing the proper coils.
  3. Check to make sure your voltage and/or watts are not excessive.
  4. Ensure that your juice flow is unrestricted.
  5. Change the airflow.
  6. Make sure your battery isn’t the issue.

Be careful not to chain vape.

Chain vaping is the practice of taking several quick puffs at a time. This results in your wick burning since it is unable to absorb enough vape juice before your subsequent inhalation. Chain vaping causes your atomizer to overheat, which causes your vape to feel warm to the touch when you inhale. This method of vaping could harm your coil and leave a badly burnt flavour behind. To be more relaxed is the obvious remedy to this. I assure you that I am aware of how challenging it is. However, make an effort to vape more deliberately by taking a deep breath of fresh air in between each puff. Allowing the coils to cool will help keep your vape from getting too hot. Take a break from vaping.

Verify that you are utilizing the proper coils.

Your heated vape may also be caused by the coils you’re using. It’s crucial to make sure the coils you use are appropriate for your frequency and vaping style (MTL or DTL). Navigating the world of vape coils can be a little challenging, but here’s a decent general rule of thumb, without getting too technical, the more intricate the coil, the more likely it is to become heated. Most of the time, chain vaping with higher-performance vape Aspire Coils will cause your vape to overheat. Modern Lexus/Plesh coils, however, are an anomaly because they are significantly better at handling high temperatures, letting you vape at higher wattages without your vape overheating.

Check to make sure your voltage and/or watts are not excessive.

You will need a high wattage to heat a coil with a lot of metal mass. However, despite not pressing the fire button anymore, the coil continues to retain heat because to its enormous mass. If you’ve been vaping for a time, the high coil mass in your vape will cause it to heat up when you inhale. Prior to puffing again, make sure there is a gap between each one so that your coil may reach room temperature. Second, pick a coil with less metal mass that nevertheless performs well.

Ensure that your juice flow is unrestricted.

Your wick’s failure to effectively absorb liquid may not be due entirely to coil muck. Wicking problems can occasionally be brought on by the thickness of the vape juice you’re using in conjunction with the design of your tank. Some gadgets have tanks that let you regulate the liquid flow. You may block off the passage that connects the tank and the wick with these. Setting it too low can also limit the juice flow and result in less wicking, which will raise the temperature of your vape. Simply allowing fluids to flow through the control is the solution. If your issue is the VG ratio, but you still want to use the high VG liquid, you might use a sub-ohm tank instead. The alternative is to continue using the same tank but using a liquid with less VG.

Change the airflow.

Many of us enjoy lavish vaporous clouds, but not when fire is being rained down upon our mouths. It’s most likely an airflow and wattage issue if your vapor is too hot. High wattage can produce hot vapor, but by slightly opening your airflow to let more air mix in, you should be able to cool the vapor you inhale.

Make sure your battery isn’t the issue.

Vape batteries can survive temperatures of up to 60°C outside and are incredibly strong and heat-resistant (after all, that’s what they’re designed to do). Moreover, when they are running at their maximum capacity, their internal temperature might even be higher, averaging 78°C. However, what is too hot? A simple rule to follow is, if the battery is too hot to hold in your hand, it’s time to treat the problem more seriously. This may sound painfully subjective because batteries are quite normal to be warm.

Take your batteries out and check them if they are cold enough to handle while making sure to keep them away from anything combustible. Your battery is likely overheated and urgently needs cooling if you ever hear warning indicators like hissing or notice the batteries bulging. You can only truly move it outside to reduce any potential harm if this occurs because there is a risk of a thermal runaway. Allow it to burn out, then deal with it after it has cooled.

Your vape will likely get warm while you are using it. But the next time your vape feels hotter than usual, look into the possibilities mentioned above.

 As you can see, there is no need for concern because there are simple remedies. All you have to do to fix the issue with your gadget is to identify what’s to blame.