Which wire choose for rebulding and wire composition

Which wire choose for rebulding and wire composition

Which wire choose for rebulding and wire composition

In this article of the electronic cigarette blog we will explain the difference of the various threads used in the world of vaping on regenerable atomizers and we will advise you; which resistive wire to use to regenerate your atomizer?
There are many types of atomizers on the market and it is important to choose the best wire suitable for the type of regenerable chosen, if you have any doubts, call our shop before buying Phone 0645448921.

When we talk about types of coils we refer to the materials with which they are made, the COMPOSITION OF RESISTIVE WIRES and explanation of the various alloys.

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Choose the wire for regeneration: various types of wire and characteristics

Kanthal D or A1/A

Kanthal D oppure A1/A

It is a thread that we will find in its composition (alloy of iron, aluminum, and chromium),
It is produced in many sections, the best known and most used are (22 GA, 24 GA, 26 ga, 28ga, 30 ga, 32 ga).
Due to its composition we will find greater impetence in the passage of current and slower cooling than other materials.
It also has a slight aromatic loss compared to strands composed of other materials.
It too has a flat "flat" format called KANTHAL D, but it is not much used individually but to create Clapton coils.
The KANTHAL A1 / A presented in a classic shape that we all know.
I always used for tanks with a more contrasted shot eg MTL (14mm, 16mm, 18mm).


It is a wire composed only of nickel, therefore it has a low impetence and therefore allows a faster passage of current, a higher aromatic yield than KANTHAL, but not suitable for use in (vw) mode or more known as Power.
Its use is more for temperature control.


It is the most versatile wire I know, because it can be used in many ways ie (both in VW, VV).
It releases more aroma than a KANTHAL, and has a lower impedance than it.
It is available in different nickel grades the most common are (NI 80, NI 90, NI 60)
I'll tell you about the most classic of the NI so the others only vary the percentages of nickel inside.

  • Ni80
    It is an alloy composed of 20% chromium and 80% nickel and is one of the most common solutions on the market: in fact it has a resistivity lower than Kanthal, a factor that guarantees its reactivity. At the same time, unlike the Ni200, it is not sensitive to heat and therefore not usable in temperature control, and has a faster cooling, it also has different gauge formats.

Nife48 and Nife30

This wire has in its composition a percentage of nickel and a percentage of iron, for example NIFE 48, has a 60% of nickel and a 48% of iron, this is one of the best wires for TC because due to its composition it will increase the its resistance to heat.

SS Stainless Steel

Stainless steel can be used in the coils for electronic cigarettes to be used both in VW mode and with temperature control.
In fact it is very versatile and adapts to almost all mechanical and electronic devices.
In temperature control it is not the best but to get to know the TC it is just fine.
It has a low impetence and a greater reactivity, and offers an excellent aromatic level.


This solution can be adopted only if the TC function is set; so for experienced vapers who have exact knowledge of temperature control.

Gold and Silver

Having a higher cost because they are precious materials, they are less involved in creating coils but they are very conductive and very aromatic.
If you are unsure which wire to choose to regenerate your atomizer call our specialist e-cigarette shop and talk to an expert. This TELEPHONE number 0645448921 will answer an expert in the sector. We remind you that for each atomizer it is recommended to use an exact wire model.
Which wire choose for rebulding and wire composition
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