How to Set Up the Zenith MTL Tank by Innokin (Beginner Tutorial)
Posted on 31 January 2018
Instructional Video: How To Setup the Zenith MTL Tank
You're in luck! The Zenith MTL Tank is one of the easiest tanks you will ever use, it's almost as easy as those old TV sets with the knobs. All you really need to do is prime the coil, put a few drops of eliquid directly onto the new coil and cotton, fill the eliquid reservoir and vape away! You don't need a Bachelors Degree in vaping or a handy man size tool collection to get this thing going.
What does MTL Mean?
MTL is an acronym for Mouth-To-Lung. This is a way we describe how we used to smoke a cigarette. First, the vapor is slowly sucked into the mouth and then carefully inhaled into the lungs for further processing. MTL style vaping devices are great for people transitioning from traditional cigarettes or for people who just like the sensation of smoking a cigarette without all the icky stuff.
What Nicotine Level Should I Use in an MTL Tank?
Generally speaking, MTL vaping devices are used with higher nicotine level eliquids. This is because the coils, aka the heating element, are very small and put out smaller doses of vapor. For example, Phil Busardo vapes 12mg eliquid in his MTL devices. If you never smoked or never consumed nicotine, stick to zero nicotine and you can just enjoy the flavor. And blowing "o's". =() oo o
Tips for a Mess Free Experience
Ok... mostly mess free! If you watched the video we made for the Zenith MTL tank, you will see that there was really no mess in setup. But once you're on the go, we've got a few tips for you!
1. Don't leave your tank sitting full for an extended period of time (weeks). The eliquid will eventually seep through the cotton after that much time and start to leak through the airflow.
2. Don't leave your tank in a hot car. The pressure that can build up inside the tank from the heat and your eliquid will start looking for ways out.
3. Taking your vape on a plane? Better hope there ain't no snakes on it... Turn off your mod, close off your airflow and put it upside down in the seatback pocket in front of you before takeoff. Don't forget to buckle your seatbelt and put your tray table in the upright position too. Buh bye now, buh bye!