The Facts About The Volcano Vaporizer
Facts About The Volcano Vaporizer
The Volcano Vaporizer is a cone shaped vaporizer with a set of controls at the base to gently heat aromatic blends.
The vaporizer system uses a balloon shaped, heat-resistant oven bag to collect vapor and a heating chamber where aromatic blends are warmed. The oven bags are convenient, efficient, and do not impart any taste.
The aromatic blends are heated to vaporization temperatures. Vapor is then dispelled into the bag where it can be drawn in or diffused into the air.
Because the large surface are of Volcano balloons, vapor cools quickly and can be drawn in immediately. The Volcano Vaporizer is hand crafted in Germany by Storz & Bickel, and precisely engineered to give you the most efficient method of vaporizing aromatic blends. Although this type of vaporizer is higher priced than many models, it offers the highest value for the price.
There are several models of Volcano Vaporizers available, and they vary by the type of temperature control and its accuracy. The range of temperature also varies by model, and can range from 104 degrees Fahrenheit to 446 degrees. The correct temperature is reached when the aromatic blends turns to a fine, white mist. The Volcano Vaporizer is easy to use, and utilizes a convection heating system where hot air passes over aromatic blends and turns them to vapor.
Volcano Vaporizer comes standard with a 3 year warranty. The manufacturer, Storz & Bickel, stands behind their warranty. If the product is defective, they will repair the vaporizer, but if the problem was caused by misuse then they will first send a cost estimate to repair the product and if agreed, they will repair the product for you. Replacement volcano vaporizer parts are also available for the volcano vaporizer if they become damaged during use.
The only maintenance required on the Volcano Vaporizer is approximately once a year, air filters and chamber screens should be changed, depending on the frequency of use. Balloon material should be changed after every 100 to 150 uses, and the valve set should also be cleaned with rubbing alcohol or replaced, depending on the type of valve, at the same time. The volcano vaporizer filling chamber also requires cleaning to remove any build up of materials.
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