In this article, I will try to tell you and explain what a coil is, I’ll tell you about the types of coil windings, and how they differ from each other.
So, about everything in order. First, let’s figure out what a coil is and what it is. The coil is a heating element located in an atomizer. It consists of different materials, most often used: federal (analog of cantaloupe, but with great resistance), cantal, nichrome, stainless steel, titanium. Each of them behaves differently in different cases.
A coil is made with various devices, such as coil jig, Kuro coil, and others. There is all this by winding, the so-called “turns” on a round frame of different diameters. Depending on the diameter you choose, both the resistance and the required power for comfortable soaring can vary.
Coil, or otherwise “winding” for electronic cigarettes are of various types and types. The winding installation is as follows: we clamp our prefabricated Coil in specially spaced holes of the atomizer, and simply tighten the bolts to get good contact with the atomizer base. The main thing to make sure that your Coil was straight, without any slopes, otherwise it can lead to uneven heating of the spirals, which can affect the taste and work of your atomizer.
Types of winding coils
The simplest type of winding a coil is a micro coil, it is made from the usual turns of this or that material, depending on the desired result. Increasing the number of veins to two, you can get the look of a winding, which is called a parallel.
The next type is a pigtail, a bit more complicated than a micro coil because it has a more complex structure. When creating blanks in the form of pigtails, a screwdriver is usually used, due to which, you make it more dense and homogeneous. This is as follows: in the teeth of the screwdriver, two equal lengths of wire are clamped in parallel, then simply press the button and turn to the desired density of turns.
Next, let’s talk about more complex types of windings. “Clapton” is a complex type that requires more precision and focuses when working with small wire diameters. We grip one wire of the necessary diameter and length in the screwdriver. Then, we take either the same material or most often used – nichrome. It will help to increase the resistance, so as not to leave the resistance below 0.1 ohms. A wire is used, as a rule, smaller diameter than the core of the workpiece, usually 0.1-0.2 mm. It will be a little difficult for a beginner to wind 0.1-0.2 mm with the core itself. It will take care and accuracy, because we want to get a good workpiece out, without any damages or distortions. As a result, we get the blank “Clapton”, then, as usual, we shake the coil.
An even more common type of winding for users with average years of hovering is “Fused Clapton”. Its difference from the previous type is that two wires of equal length are used as the core, and not one.
Consider the purpose of the main windings:
To achieve more taste, we need to make the winding a bit more complicated, while obtaining fine-dispersed steam at the outlet, which will give us the maximum taste. Also, I can say that it conveys a good taste of stainless steel, titanium, and nickel. It is worth remembering that they should be used only in thermal control modes. Yes, we need a little more power from the batteries for this type of windings, but this will not significantly reduce the battery life.
If you want to get more steam, then you just need to increase the evaporation area. To do this, you need to make a turn of several wires, which in the end will give us a lot of steam at the output.
I recommend that you draw a parallel from two wire veins, this saves the battery life and does not require much effort and time to install this type of winding.
The most popular for steam generation and the taste is the long-loved winding – “Fused Clapton”, here you have a large area and fine-dispersed steam.
In this article, I tried to cover all the nuances concerning the manufacture of winding coils for electronic evaporators on which depends both the taste and vaporization, as well as the types of coils.