Cartomizer Tanks have always been a popular product among e-cigarette users. In fact, they instantly started to blossom after their creation just a few years ago in 2011, by a company once known as “Most Angry Industries”.
They were created just how they sound and the idea was to continue with a cartomizer, but to add more volume for e-liquid, which means less re-fills. These tanks also improved the average life of a cartomizer because it keeps the coil wet constantly.
The tank is typically a plastic tube (there are some glass versions also), with two end caps that have holes in them just big enough to accept a 510 cartomizer. Just inside the holes of the end caps are rubber o’ring seals. When the cartomizer is slid into one end, the tank is then filled with e-liquid. Once the tank is filled completely, the cartomizer continues to slide up and out the opposite hole. The o’rings seal the gap between the cartomizer and don’t allow any e-liquid to pass through.
There are now 2 versions of the cartomizer tank, one being a single coil cartomizer and the other being the more common dual coil cartomizer. Many manufacturers produce the DCT (Dual Coil Tank) more often because of its lengthier size. Electronic cigarette manufactures also have atomizer tanks as well.
Even though cartomizer tanks have been around for a long time, improvements are still being made.
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