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The Best Vaporizer Heating Chamber Material


The Best Vaporizer Heating Chamber Material


There are many different things to consider when shopping for a brand-new vaporizer to enjoy a unique and healthier way to consume cannabis. Everything from the type of cannabis user you are and how frequently you’ll use it to the importance of stealth and discretion. Your preference between dry herbs or concentrates can be an important aspect of your decision. To add to the list, you might also wonder what the best vaporizer heating chamber material is. After all, you may have noticed that different companies boast different materials for their heating chambers, but what’s the difference? This article will explain the main characteristics of the typical materials used for heating chambers.

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    This is quite possibly the most commonly used material for a heating chamber, and even though it’s been around for a long time, lots of the best vaporizer companies still use it in their more midrange budget models. Ceramic is inert, so it won’t lend any foreign flavors to your vaporized herb, and it heats up quickly. Downsides include the fact that it’s porous, so you’ll have to clean it a bit more often to avoid a buildup of residue, and depending on the thickness, ceramic can be much more fragile than any other material.


    Also, inert Glass ensures that your marijuana aromas remain untainted. Glass is much easier to clean than ceramic is, and it’s usually less likely to crack and eventually break. Still, Glass is Glass, and you should be very careful because replacing glass parts can be a huge hassle, depending on the brand.

Stainless Steel:

    This material is much less commonly used despite being inert, just like ceramic and Glass. It’s also just as easy, if not easier, to clean as Glass, and you certainly don’t have to worry about accidentally cracking or shattering stainless steel parts. Stainless steel is the best option for the best vaporizer experience possible, so why isn’t it used as much? The simple answer is money. It’s more expensive than many other options and can drive a device’s cost up quite a bit, making it less popular. It can also add a decent bit of weight to a machine, which isn’t exactly what people want today and the age of pocket portability.

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