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Why Does My Atomizer So Hot Only After Several Puffs

Some of you may encounter such problem: The atomizer become very hot only after a few puffs. Why does this happen? I'm going to help you figure out it!

Most of the time this problem has something to do with the coil data, the working power, the size of the atomizing chamber, and the intake volume.

 We know that the higher the output power, the higher the temperature. And under the same output power, if the coil resistance is low and heating wire is larger, the atomizer will become hot. If the atomizer is large in size, it is less possible for it to be hot. And the larger the intake volume, the more heat it brings away.

 According to the above factors, we can figure out which one causes the problem and solve it.

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