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VGoodiez University Lesson's

Convection vs. Conduction

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The most common heating technology for contemporary vaporizers is convection and conduction.  But what does this mean and what are the pro's and con's of each?  Read on to find out.... In terms of dry herb convection vaporizing the oils are extracted from hot air passing through the load.  Think of your convection oven at home which blows around hot air to cook that Turkey.  In a vaporizer a heating element is heated (i.e. a coil or ceramic rod).  When you draw you are pulling in cold air, funneling it past the heating element which warms the air, then pulling it...

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Cooling and Moisturizing Your Vapor!

Posted by Scott VGoodiez on

One of the common complaints with the use of vaporizers is the vapor can be hot and it dries out your throat.  There are a lot of cooling options out there.  Many are for dry use (cooling stems, glass nipple technology) but that only serves the purpose of cooling (and sometimes not even effective at that).  They do nothing for moisturizing.   Enter some glass and water into the equation!   Using a glass piece such as a bubbler (small hand held glass piece), a larger glass piece (referred to as a bong in the old days) or a recycler (water flows...

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