What is Vaping?
Vaping is a term that relates to inhaling and exhaling the vapor produced by an Electronic Cigarette (Cig-A-Like), ReBuildable Atomizer (RBA) or Rebuildable Dripping Atomizer (RDA).
How Does Vaping Work?
Regardless of the class of device, the technology in vaping works the same.
A power source, usually a Li-Po battery, powers the atomizer.
Inside the atomizer is a coil that is coated in E-liquid (flavoring and nicotine).
Once the coil is heated to a certain temperature the E-liquid is vaporized and the user inhales the mist.
Who Invented Vaping?
In 1963, American Herbert A. Gilbert patented a “smokeless non-tobacco cigarette,” that involved replacing burning tobacco with heated moist-flavored air.
Chinese pharmacist and inventor Hon Lik is credited as the inventor of what we today recognize as electronic cigarettes.
His patent was registered in 2004 and the electronic cigarette and vaping were introduced to the US market in 2007.
Vaping Offers Choices
One of the first things a smoker notices once they stop smoking tobacco is the return of their taste buds. Vaping offers many categories of flavors from which to choose.