• 6ml Tank ~ Length: 70mm (including threads and drip tip); Diameter: 18mm
• 3ml Tank ~ Length: 70mm (including threads and drip tip); Diameter: 14mm
Dual Coil Tank Systems (DCTS or DCCT):
Offering impressive vapor production and performance, the dual coil tank system uses a special dual coil cartomizer designed with a hole in the side of the cylinder wall for eliquid flow and flange that sits inside the groove of the bottom endcap of the tank component. The tank is the housing for a tank dual coil cartomizer (tdcc) and eliquid.
The initial fill requires that you slide the tank dual coil cartomizer (tdcc) through the tank by pushing gently on the drip tip. Once you can view the top of the tank dual coil cartomizer below the tank top end cap, remove the drip tip. You will see the flange end of the tdcc extending approximately 3cm from the bottom of the tank.
The next step required a little finesse and patience: Hold the flange end of the tdcc with your thumb and forefinger. Push the tdcc so the top of the tdcc tilts to the side of the tank. This will provide enough room for you to fill the tank about 3/4 of the way from the top with your favorite eliquid. Once you have filled the tank, reposition the tdcc and push it back up through the top end cap of the tank. You should be able the see the top of the tdcc slightly past the top of the tank.
Reattach the drip tip to the top of the tdcc.
At this time, you will need to prime the tank dual coil cartomizer (tdcc). The objective is to insure
the coil of the tdcc is wet. In order to do this, block the contact thread airflow hole of the tdcc with your finger. Draw several times, hard and strong, forcing the eliquid from the tank into the tdcc. Most of the eliquid from the initial tank fill will be absorded through the tiny hole in the side of the dtcc. You will notice bubbles forming in the tank as the eliquid is being forced through the hole and into the tdcc. The cartomizer material will continue to absorb the eliquid through the hole for continuous eliquid flow during use when the tank when the tank is filled.
Now, repeat the steps taken to fill the tank component.
You may want to top off the top of the tdcc, careful to avoid the center tube.
Finally, secure your drip tip to the top of the tank dual coil cartomizer, wait 3-5 minutes for the eLiquid to ensure the coil of the cartomizer is good and wet; then, fasten the tank to your favorite battery. You are now ready to vape with your Dual Coil Tank System.
Important: If your tank does not have guides in the bottom end cap (only the yellow ones) , your tank will spin when you attempt to detach it from your battery. To solve this spin issue, you can slide the tank, carefully lifting it with the end cap, up just high enough to grasp the cartomizer cylinder to unscrew it for removal from the battery.
Additionally, the bottom end cap of the tank may have guides to prevent the tank from spinning during the detachment from the battery. The tank dual coil cartomizer flange needs to be aligned to these guides and fit flush with the bottom end cap surface in order to create a leak free seal. The easiest way I have found to align these grooves is to attach the tank system to the battery, then hold the tank stationary and gently twist the battery to align the grooves into place.
Words of Caution: The tank cylinder is not permanently secured to the bottom end cap. The o-rings on the end caps are the only seals preventing the tank from leaking or moving. Do not to pull or slide the tank cylinder apart from the bottom end cap. If you pull strong enough, it will pull away from the bottom end cap spilling all eliquid from the tank. You do not want this to happen. Only remove the tank from the tank dual coil cartomizer for replacement or refilling. It is not recommended to carry in your pocket or leaving it loose in your purse.
I love the power of the tank dual coil cartomizers with the convenience of the tank system - fantastic for going for longer periods between refills. The only issue I found is that the actual grooves of the tank itself eventually wear down, requiring peroidic tank replacment ally. Over all, I am very pleased with their performance.