THIS DEVICE WAS INTENDED FOR AROMATHERAPY USE ONLY.
The Yocan Torch XL Ceramic Coils are replacement wax concentrate coils for the Yocan Torch XL. The Yocan Torch XL comes with a Quad Coil and a Quartz Tri Coil as standard. The aforementioned Quad Coil and Quartz Tri Coils are heating elements for wax concentrates that are designed with an exposed quartz rod. These coils shine the most when you want large cloud production and immediate heating of your select wax concentrates. That’s because quartz heating elements are one of the fastest-heating materials on the market today. One effect recreational and medical consumers look out for why they opt for a quartz coil is its near instantaneous effect.
Yocan knew that a quartz coil isn’t going to be everybody’s cup of tea. That’s why they made a coil designed for those who want to enjoy the finer things in life.
The Yocan Torch XL Ceramic Coils are coils made with high-quality ceramic. For the uninitiated, ceramic is quite the exact opposite of quartz. It does heat up slowly but as a result, the vapors it produces are rich in flavor. In addition, vapors generated using a ceramic coil are smooth and are less harsh making them ideal for those who want to avoid coughing every time they take a hit. Many beginners and medicating patients also choose to vaporize their wax concentrates with a ceramic heating element like the Yocan Torch XL Ceramic Coils because of the aforementioned reasons.
Many consumers have found out that they get better results when using the Yocan Torch XL with the Yocan Torch XL Ceramic Coils because it works their bongs and water pipes filter the vapor while the ceramic coils keep it easy on the lungs and the throat.
Unlike the standard coils that come free with the Yocan Torch XL, the Yocan Torch XL Ceramic Coils do not have exposed wires or rods in them. Want this does is that it makes loading the wax concentrates easy.
Some of the common complaints of beginners is that they sometimes bump the exposed metal wires on the coil which contributes to the wear and tear of the heating element. With no exposed wires, there are fewer chances that you can mess your vaporizer up while in the process of reloading. Because the part of the coil that heats up is in a receded position, you won’t have to worry about hitting it with your dab tool.
Next is that it can actually make wax concentrate consumption more efficient. In some cases, the exposed wires — when not functioning properly — can cause material buildup. When wax is not properly heated, some of the leftover material can stick to the exposed coils and protruding rods which can cause several issues along the way. Conversely, when you are using a heating element with a coil-less build, you can be sure that the wax concentrates are vaporized down the last drop. No leftovers, no mess, no waste.
Note: Do not remove the mouthpiece and the coil cap when hot. Let it cool down before removing it. You can also use the tip of the dab pen and insert it on the hole of the coil cap to easily remove the coil cap if it gets sticky.
Note: You can stir the atomizer while in the bowl of alcohol to help loosen any hardened buildup. You can also use a brush to lightly stroke the atomizer to remove any dirt or debris.
Note: Avoid overtightening the coils. Stop tightening as soon as you feel resistance.