Quote Originally Posted by fabricator4 View Post
Chromium oxide has very low conductivity, which is why it's vitally important to fire mesh wicks (and SS contact coils). "non conductive" in this case is relative - and when the alternate path is a sub ohm coil or even something under 2 ohms, it's no contest.
I figured this was the case, what I was thinking of was more the risk of shorting your circuit out.
or worse, arcing..
it's kind of like how you can get away with having a spoon or metal bowl in a microwave, but if it's foil or mesh or any kind of metal that is close enough to allow short arcs of electricity then it's a disaster.

Not sure how big the risk is with SS mesh, only encountered it on an E-cig and I had no idea that was the wick, mind you I didn't even know what an atomiser was (heated wire)

Quote Originally Posted by saph View Post
you used a tad much then (yes late to spot) i can use 1 strip to make 3 coils 2 duals and a single
It's kinda messy stuff that cotton bacon, I think it's use is as said on the packaging "Wick n vape" just cut your piece wick your coil n vape
then cough.

because you forgot to juice it.