Vapouriser Technology

Vapourisation, is a process that was pioneered in the 60s. Vapourisation, or volatilisation is a process which releases the essential, active elements of a substance without burning it. Vapourisation releases just enough heat to discharge these vital elements but not enough heat and air to actually combust the material. 

When one smokes, the substance is heated to very high temperatures, sometimes well exceeding 1200F. This high temperature burns the material and causes it to be converted into smoke. For example - tobacco. When tobacco is smoked, the plant itself is burned. This burning creates carcinogenic and otherwise toxic substances such as tar and carbon monoxide. 

Vapourisation produces no smoke, little to no tar and other toxic elements. This is because, unlike combustion, vapourisation does not induce substantial denaturing of the substance. When a substance is "denatured", its chemical make-up may change when catalysed by, for example, flame. New compounds are then created which were not inherent in the plant itself. 

Our vapouriser has been developed with many refinements made after years of research, reviews and suggestions made by you, our customer. It is now the most functional, well designed and best value for money vapouriser solution available on the market today. Our team of designers included well over 50 herbs, product designers, a thermo-engineer, glass blowers and air flow techs.

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