The vaporizer market has seen tremendous growth in the last few years, growing into a market of a few billions dollar. A vaporizer is used to carry out vaping. Vaping is an act of inhaling and exhaling the water vapour that is produced by an electric device like a vaporizer or an e-cigarette. The water vapour in the vaporizer is in the form of e-liquid that is in gaseous state which is inhaled and exhaled with the help of vaporizers. The smoke from vaporizers is usually thicker but it gets dispersed in the surrounding air more quickly, and it smells much better, usually like mint, fruit or candy depending on the type of flavour used. Vaping is a tobacco free, and sometimes even nicotine free version of a traditional tobacco cigarette, but as there is no smoke involved, it cannot be compared to smoking.
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The e-liquids used in vaporizers usually consist of propylene glycol (PG) or vegetable glycerine (VG) or both. A combination of PG and/or VG is used to create different type of exotic flavours that are unique and are tobacco free. There are many different parts in a vaporizer. Some of them are mouthpiece, battery, cartridge, atomizer or cartomizer and a circuit with the sensor. The cartridge contains the e-liquid or the e-juice while the atomizer contains a heating element, usually in the form of a coil that gets heated up by the power generated by a battery. The way the vaporizer works is that when a user takes a drag on the mouthpiece, the coil in the battery gets heated up. Simultaneously, a cotton wick soaks e-liquid from the cartridge. When this liquid gets in contact with the coil, which is hotter than the boiling point of the e-liquid, it naturally turns