RTAs Explained

RTAs Explained

An RTA or Rebuildable Tank Atomizer is one of the most common types of units which vapers will come across as they move from pen style vaporizers to mods and tanks. An RTA features the same style flat deck which many other builds utilize, as well as deck posts. The deck posts are covered with a sealed metal chamber cap. Around this metal, chamber cap is a tank which holds e-liquid or e-juice.

The sealed metal chamber cap connects with the chimney which directs the vapor towards the drip piece or mouthpiece of the vaporizer. The pressure inside the tank and gravity help to push the e-juice or e-liquid down towards the bottom channels of the tank. Inside these channels, the wicks soak up the e-liquid or e-juice. Once the wick is adequately soaked, they feed e-juice or e-liquid into the coil where it is heated to an extremely high-temperature.

It is important to allow a set amount of time to pass when you refill your tank before attempting to take a hit of the vaporizer. If the wicking hasn’t had adequate soak time, the coil may end up taking a dry hit which will burn the wicking. Once the wicking or coil is burned, it can result in a bad taste. Sometimes this will disappear, other times it may ruin the taste of the coil completely.

The most significant difference between an RDA style build and an RTA build is the tank. When you are using an RTA, there is no manual dripping with an RTA. If an RTA sounds like something which you would be interested in, then check out our complete range of RTAs. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us.