The World of Convection-Style Vaporizers

The World of Convection-Style Vaporizers

Posted by Vaporizer Chief on 21st Aug 2017

Convection-style vaporizers, as the name suggest, use the convective heating process. Convection was the primary means of vaporization in the early days of vaporization, but it was inconsistent in the way that it vaporized and this lead to combustion of materials. However, new technologies have arisen and they allow for greater precision and control. 

Convection heating relies on the movement of hot air around your vaporizer. It is a bit challenging because it depends on factors such as draw speed, the grind of material, and packing density of your load. This does provide more control for you but it is harder to control heat with these influences, and this may lead to combustion of materials. Convection-style vaporizers, though a bit challenging to use for vaping beginners, if used correctly, provide the best flavor profile and highest quality produced. They are more resourceful once you get used to them and this results in less wastage of materials. 

The downside to convention vaping is that the screen and surrounding vaporizers need regular cleaning. The materials being vaporized will often melt on the screen or other convective items, and this will lead to them not completely vaporizing. Consistent cleaning is essential to keep the vapor from smelling hostile and to ensure it properly functions. 

The convection-style vaporizers are used to vaporize the active ingredients of the herbs for inhalation. The convection style vaporizer heats each mouthful of vapor as you inhale and this, in turn, makes each hit flavorful and effective. Many vapers have claimed that conventional-style vaporizers produce better taste than conduction-style vaporizers. 

Many herb vapers are using convection style vaporizers for home purposes due to their aromatherapy purposes. Aromatherapy is the practice of using the natural oils that are extracted from plants to enhance your psychological and physical well-being. The aroma that is inhaled from these oils is believed to stimulate your brains functionality. The key purpose of aromatherapy is to provide a positive change in a person’s mind, mood, health, or behavior. The aroma is pleasant and even though it is said to have health benefits, there is limited scientific evidence to support the claim, but there is some evidence that points to therapeutic benefits of aromatherapy. 

When breathed in, the herbs stimulate smell receptors in your nose and this, in turn, sends chemical messages through your nervous system to your brain’s limbic system and thus affecting your moods and emotions. 

Aromatherapy vaporizers are constantly being used by health professionals, massage parlors, and yoga studios to create a serene and calm environment and doctors are now prescribing aromatherapy regiments to patients that are ailing from joint pain, PTSD and glaucoma. 

Although the convection style vaporizers are more expensive and take a little more time to warm up compared to conduction style vaporizers, their pros outweigh their cons. For instance, convection style vaporizers use fewer herbs, evenly heat your herb, and are easier to control the temperature. If you settle on a convection style vape, then you need to grind your herbs for you to get the best experience. Grinding also promotes better even heating for your herb. 

It is important that new herbal vapers begin using conduction-style vaporizers because unlike convection-style ones, they are easier to use and control. If you have been using vaporizers for a while, however, then you may prefer convection-style vaporizers for the better taste they provide despite their technicality.