For the more experienced Electronic Cigarette user, building, dismembering, rebuilding and generally playing around with these gadgets is quite relaxing and it seems that when knowing exactly how your device is put together users seem to have a sense of security and pride. So instructions to rebuilding atomizers could come in handy, especially for those just getting started with the construction of their devices. We will therefore try to provide you with simple yet effective and easy to follow instructions for rebuilding your atomizer courtesy of our more experienced vapers.
- It seems that a must have for any aspiring atomizer expert is an OHM meter, which comes in handy for both cartomizers, atomizers and even RBA’s because it prevents mod malfunctions. First you clean and dry your atomizer. Then you can get started with oxidizing your mesh (either by boiling it first, changing the water and boiling again or by simply boiling).
- Afterward you need to torch your mesh, so hold it in pliers and run the aforementioned torch over the mesh until it becomes orange. After it cools down, you need to fold your mesh over an edge and roll it on a straightened paper clip until it has no frayed edges. The idea is to get it to fit inside the wick hole but not touch the edges.
- By this point you have a clean device, an oxidized wick so the next step is annealing, which means heat treating the kanthal so as to allow an easier use of your wire. So after wrapping it around a spool you simply heat it with a lighter until it glows and straighten it out with your finger after it has cooled down. And now you need to wrap. If all this seems to complicated for you, you can choose a regular cartomizer, like the ones provided by blu cig.
- After your wick is safely inside the whole you just hold one end down while bringing your wire around your wick and screw and wrap the coil counterclockwise up the wick. You will soon reach the top where you just wrap it around the positive post and then run its nut down.
- All you need to do now is to space the coils evenly, then wrap the wire around a drill bit that fits inside the wick-hole and insert the positive and negative and you are ready with the coil.
It all seems pretty complicated at first but these instructions, as confusing as they may seem are also put into videos all over the web so if you get stuck simply find a video that suits your needs and just practice until you get the hang of it!