Vaping working principle:
The e-cigarette is controlled by a high-tech smart chip and an air switch to control the smoke output and working status.
Inside the e-cigarette, the e-cigarette liquid is transmitted to the atomization chamber through the foam nickel, which is connected through the smoking air switch. The Esmoke smart chip is driven by the current of the lithium battery to control the work of the atomization chamber, and the heating wire in the chamber generates high temperatures to atomize the smoke liquid. Thus forming a vapor mist that simulates smoke, this way exactly makes the smoke simulate the temperature of ordinary cigarette smoke (50-60 degrees Celsius), it makes the e-cigarette smoke like ordinary cigarettes, thus making the e-cigarette user refreshing while also satisfying the smoker’s sense of pleasure and psychological habits developed over the years, truly human-centered smoking. At the same time, the smoke simulated by the e-cigarette does not contain nitrogen dioxide, acrolein, carbon monoxide, lead, hydrocyanic acid, arsenic, mercury, and other harmful substances.
Are E-cigarettes safe?
According to an expert independent evidence review, Public Health England has concluded that e-cigarettes and vaping are around 95% safer than smoked tobacco and can help smokers quit. （For the source, please click here）
When you compare the ingredients between e-cigarettes and smoking, it is clear that e-cigarettes are safer than smoking. However, this does not mean that there are no potential hazards when using e-cigarettes. Primarily, the lack of long-term studies makes it unclear if using e-cigarettes and e-cigarettes is completely safe for your health. Although these ingredients have been approved by the FDA, we cannot be completely sure about the long-term effects of vaping and inhaling these substances. However, to date, there have been no reports of cancer or lung disease caused by vaping.
If you are wondering if e-cigarettes are safer than smoking, we hope you have found the answer you were looking for.