Leak-proof system design
The pod's leak-proof design is achieved through a combination of factors, including a grooved structure, reliable seals between its various components, and the microporous ceramic body structure that aids in retaining the e-liquid inside.
Improved airflow path
When air is drawn through the mouthpiece during a puff, it enters from the bottom of the cartridge and passes over the printed heating track, where the e-liquid supplied by the ceramic body is vaporized. The vapors released from the heater are then rapidly cooled by incoming fresh air, triggering aerosol formation via nucleation and condensation. The generated aerosol is then released through the cartridge chimney.
Located in the battery unit, the puff activation feature is an internal sensor connected to the air path which detects a negative pressure (pressure drop) generated by a puff. The heating track will only be powered by the battery unit if a puff is detected.
Low e-liquid detection
The low e-liquid detection system monitors the changes in the resistance of the heating track. When e-liquid is no longer supplied, an increase in temperature takes place within the heater, consequently increasing the electrical resistance. The system detects this change and stops the power supply. In this way, the low e-liquid detection feature is designed to prevent the overheating of e-liquid and dry puffs, which are typically responsible for the formation of undesired aerosol components such as carbonyls.