How to Build Your RDA
It’s important for me to mention that building your own RDA (rebuildable dripping atomizer) for vaping can be dangerous if you don’t have experience and knowledge of electrical circuits, Ohm’s law, and battery safety. Or you can call Vapor 92 Pakistan contact number for guidance at any time. you can also buy RDA, organic cotton, and coils from Vapor 92 Pakistan online or in-store from Faisalabad. You should always use caution and research thoroughly before building your own RDA. With that being said, here are some general steps you can follow:
- Gather the necessary materials – You will need an RDA, resistance wire (such as Kanthal), organic cotton, wire cutters, pliers, and a screwdriver. You may also want to use an ohmmeter or a multimeter to measure the resistance of your coils.
- Prepare the wire – Cut a length of wire and wrap it around the screwdriver to create a coil. The number of wraps will depend on the desired resistance and the diameter of the screwdriver. Be sure to leave enough wire on each end to attach it to the RDA.
- Install the coil – Insert it into the RDA and tighten the screws to hold it in place. Use the pliers to adjust the coil as needed, making sure it is centered and not touching the walls of the RDA.
- Prepare the cotton – Cut a strip of organic cotton and roll it between your fingers to create a wick. Thread the wick through the coil, making sure it is not too tight or too loose.
- Test the resistance – Use an ohmmeter or a multimeter to measure the resistance of the coil. Make sure it is within the safe range for your battery and mod.
- Prime the wick – Apply a few drops of e-liquid to the wick to saturate it. This will help prevent dry hits and improve flavor.
- Test fire the coil – Install the RDA onto your mod, and press the fire button to test fire the coil. Make sure it heats up evenly and there are no hotspots.
- Enjoy – Once you have confirmed everything is working properly, add more e-liquid to the wick and enjoy your vaping experience.
Remember, building your own RDA requires knowledge and experience with electrical circuits, Ohm’s law, and battery safety. Always use caution and research thoroughly before attempting to build your own RDA.