Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by Volcano South, Oct 10, 2008.
Do you know if they sell that piece separately?
I am owner of a digit volcano that is out of warranty and since short it is emitting a burned smell,
I doubt that I have enough money at the moment to get it fixed by storez and bickel, I would attempt to fix it myself but I have no idea where to start.
is anyone familiar with this problem?
That's not the problem, but the symptom. Until you find the problem area, there's no way for anyone to know whether it's user fixable or not. And even if you find a 'burned up part', there's no guarantee that the problem started there. You could replace that part (assuming you could get a replacement) and the same thing could happen again. Your best bet is to save up some $ and send it to S&B.
i think this is what your after?
That looks like it, but I have a solid valve cano on the way. I don't see one listed for the solid valve either.
i don't think the solid valve has a glass adaptor counterpart.
this is what your looking for! (i think)
Thanks. I'll save that and check into it. I appreciate it.
After an hour of googling I'm finding no quality instructions on how to assemble this "filling chamber" on my solid valve. I have to say ease of use, so far this is the WORST vape for that. I'm sure I'll like it once I figure it out, but even with the ton of poorly worded/drawn skimpy instructions I'm having a hell of a time attempting to even use this thing. Strongly considering switching to the easy valve if its going to be THIS frustrating every time.
Anyone got any good links for how the hell you assemble the filling chamber? I've already made one VERY ugly bag and would like to try my expensive purchase.
EDIT: Finally figured it out. My bag has a small leak. 2 bags has me overmedicated, which is likely due to how much more herb one volcano bowl is compared to any of my vapes. I'll have to see long term how efficient it is, but I don't expect it to be too efficient. I knew that before I bought it.
I am pleased with it, but I probably should get the easy valve at some point, but I'll give myself some more practice with this solid valve and my extra bags before I give up so easily.
Worth the $300 I paid? Yes. Worth $600? Probably not IMO.
Solid Valve Tips : http://volcanotips.com/volcano/solid-valve-vs-easy-valve/
I've got the hang of it now, but still trying to see what the minimum I can load and get decent results is. So far I tried .08 and it did something, but IMO not enough. Maybe .15 would work for a single bag at 7 or so?
I weighed the ABV of the first bowl and it was 0.32g which to me is a couple of bowls in the cloud or thermovape cera, so its "spendy" for sure, but I'll see how I like it. I do enjoy it overall, but its not the magic vape people once made it out to be. I am glad I own it however.
I had a similar experience with a volcano classic that was out of warranty, shipped it to S&B and they were able to clean it out/repair it for less than I was expecting. I think your best bet is to save up and send it in to S&B, like others have mentioned.
I do enjoy my volcano all setup frustrations aside. I'm finding that while the load is large at .1g +, I can get multiple bags out of that. Most of the time I'll only need 1 bag, 2 max lately. So that makes it less of a hog if you are ok with turning the temp up and using the same bud a couple of times.
Hello, I’m new both to vaporizing and to this forum, so bear with me if I’m in the wrong category or hijacking this thread, but can’t get permission to start my own, I spend time reading other posts, I’m sure everything have been asked before, but where not able to find answers anyway, sorry
English is my second langue so please bear with me at that point as well
I just got myself a Volcano Digit, and got some issues
I prefer to smoke hash, but are not sure about the temperature
My first balloon was on 226°C, and it worked ok (don’t know what to expect) but the screen was like totally burned and impossible to clean, ended up with a very greasy substance like this
Is it supposed to look like this?
Is 226°C the right temperature for hash?
Will it help to mix it with tobacco?
Will it be better to smoke weed buds, I can see it don’t make all the greasy waste, or is there a trick when you smoke hash?
Thanks in advance, and again sorry to intrude
Flowers(green) is easier to vape in the volcano.
I would go a bit lower in temperature....(200-210 Celsius)
and mix in a touch of herb (rather than tobacco)...
and be sure hash is crumbled.
To vape hash straight, I use a second screen for hash!
awesome, and he didn't even grind it
and weed buds is same temperature ?
I'd say go hotter with hash than with buds. Thats how I've done it with every vape I own, but I've never tried hash in my volcano yet.
I'm sure Vitolo's advice is good advice, as usual.
No... for flower I go at 377 F (192 Celsius)
I would imagine you could use these too, but I have never tried any
These work very well... but for liquids.
They are concentrate pads designed to use with "full melt" oils/waxes/putties.
This pad will not allow enough "head room" for the hot air to circulate well.. as it brings the chambers floor up almost level (just shy) of top screen.
Nice suggestion, however, and it will open up the topic of the concentrate pad for renewed visitation!
Are there any guidance to vaping a various herbs that I could dry out from fresh such as mint, roses, etc? They would be used with the digital to bring herbs to the air by squeezing the bag blowing out the vapor into the air to capture a temporary aromatherapy.. "flash aromatherapy"?
Why not just leave the bag off and let the pump blow the vapor into the air?
That would work even better!!
Im searching for types of herbs and their benefits... So can hit an organic food store around here for those types of herbs
When I have a strain I love.... I once in a while leave bag off.... and put SSV hose on the valve, and just suck the vapor as it comes out at me. (I have done it with a bong also, and let the Volcano do all the work.
I hit the off button if I can not keep up, but even though a bit wasteful I also often leave it on.
I inhale deeply.. then after a second, I exhale quickly to get my next inhalation.
you've piqued my curiosity, now I'm going to have to try this. Only drawback is that the Volcano pump is so loud.
Doesn't bother me very much...
I would think the easy valve wouldn't be so greatly affected by herbs, probably more resiny build up?
Found a pretty good guide.. Wasn't sure if FC allowed links to exterior links so I'm posting the guide here---
Text heavy, Sorry!
Low temperature: up to 150°C (302°F)
* Angelica: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F) ~ Useful in the treatment of fevers, colds, coughs, flatulent colic and other stomach disorders.
* Black Horehound: 100°C to 125°C (212°F to 257°F)
* Blue Lotus: 100°C to 125°C (212°F to 257°F)
* Chamomile: 100°C to 125°C (212°F to 257°F) ~ Main Properties: Anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, relaxant, carminative, bitter, nervine.
* Clove: 125°C to 150°C (257°F to 302°F)
* Corn Silk: 100°C to 125°C (212°F to 257°F)
* Dandelion: 125°C to 150°C (257°F to 302°F) ~ Used for the treatment of the gall bladder, kidney and urinary disorders, gallstones, jaundice, cirrhosis, hypoglycemia, dyspepsia with constipation, edema associated with high blood pressure and heart weakness, chronic joint and skin complaints, gout, eczema and acne.
* Goldenrod: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F)
* Gotu Kola: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F)
* Horsetail: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F)
* Hyssop: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F)
* Lavender: 100°C to 125°C (212°F to 257°F) ~ Main Properties: Carminative, relieves muscle spasms, antidepressant, antiseptic and antibacterial, stimulates blood flow.
* Lemon Balm: 142°C (288°F) ~ Main Properties: Blood circulation, Headache relief
* Meadowsweet: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F)
* Motherwort: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F)
* Passionflower: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F) ~ Main Properties: Anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, hypotensive sedative, tranquilizing.
* Peppermint: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F) ~ Main Properties: Carminative, relieves muscle spasms, increases sweating, antiseptic.
* Purslane: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F)
* Sage: 125°C to 150°C (257°F to 302°F) ~ Main Properties: Astringent, antiseptic, aromatic, carminative, estrogenic, reduces sweating, tonic.
* St. John's Wort: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F) ~ Used in treating a wide range of disorders, including pulmonary complaints, bladder problems, diarrhea and nervous depression. CAUTION: St. John's Wort may interfere with other medications. Please tell your doctor that you are or plan to use it.
* Syrian Rue (Peganum harmala): 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F)
* Thyme: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F) ~ Main Properties: Antiseptic, tonic, relieves muscle spasm, expectorant.
* Tobacco: 125°C to 150°C (257°F to 302°F)
* Wormwood: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F)
* Yarrow: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F) ~ Used in alternative medicine as an antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, carminative, diaphoretic, digestive, emmenagogue, stimulant, and tonics, vasodilator and vulnerary. Yarrow is used against colds, cramps, fevers, kidney disorders, toothaches, skin irritations, and hemorrhages, and to regulate menses, stimulate the flow of bile, and purify the blood.
* Yerba Mate: 100°C to 150°C (212°F to 302°F)
Medium temperature: up to 175°C (347°F)
* Anise: 150°C to 175°C (302°F to 347°F) ~ Pharmacologic action: carminative, antispasmodic, expectorant, a pancreatic stimulant.
* Caraway: 150°C to 175°C (302°F to 347°F)
* Cat's Claw: 150°C to 175°C (302°F to 347°F)
* Coffee beans: 150°C to 175°C (302°F to 347°F)
* Comfrey: 150°C to 175°C (302°F to 347°F)
* Damiana: 150°C to 175°C (302°F to 347°F) ~ Main Properties: Nerve tonic, antidepressant, urinary antiseptic.
* Ephedra: 125°C to 175°C (257°F to 347°F) ~ Caution is advised as an overdose can be fatal, causing high blood pressure, racing of the heart, confusion, nervous stupor, twitching, convolutions and death. Ephedrine is seen as a performance-boosting herb and is a forbidden substance in many sporting events such as athletics. This herb should not be used by people who are taking monoamine oxidase inhibitors, or suffering from high blood pressure, hyperthyroidism or glaucoma.
* Fennel: 150°C to 175°C (302°F to 347°F)
* Feverfew: 125°C to 175°C (257°F to 347°F) ~ Should be taken regularly to receive maximum benefit and protection from migraines. The leaves and flowering heads are antiinflammatory, antispasmodic, aperient, bitter, carminative, emmenagogue, sedative, stimulant, stomachic, vasodilator and vermifuge.
* Hawthorn: 125°C to 175°C (257°F to 347°F)
* Ginkgo: 125°C to 175°C (257°F to 347°F) ~ Helpful in the treatment of allergies, Alzheimer's disease, anxiety attacks, arthritis, ADD, circulatory disorders, cancer, coughs, depression, dizziness, equilibrium problems, headaches, heart & lung problems, memory loss, mood swings, muscular degeneration, tinnitus, toxic shock syndrome, varicose veins, vascular impotence & vertigo.
* Guarana: 125°C to 175°C (257°F to 347°F)
* Lion's Tail (Wild Dagga): 150°C to 175°C (302°F to 347°F)
* Milk Thistle: 125°C to 175°C (257°F to 347°F)
* Prickly Poppy: 150°C to 175°C (302°F to 347°F)
* Red Poppy: 125°C to 175°C (257°F to 347°F)
* Saw Palmetto: 125°C to 175°C (257°F to 347°F)
* Sweet Flag: 150°C to 175°C (302°F to 347°F)
High temperature: up to 200°C (392°F)
* Aloe Vera: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F) ~ Toughens up the immune system owing to the 23 peptides contained by the aloe vera, it accelerates and regulates the methabolism, purifies the human body from toxins, bringing about a feeling of calm. Moreover, aloe vera has an antiseptic effect (by distroying the bacterias, viruses and fungi), disinfectant capabilities and can also stimulate the cell-renewing process. Aloe vera nourishes and supports the digesting of aliments. Cutting across the human organism, aloe vera manages to bring the human body to a general balanced state.
* Ayahuasca (Banisteriopsis caapi): 185°C to 200°C (365°F to 392°F)
* Barberry: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F) ~ CAUTION: Exceding the recommended doses leads to the occurance of side efects (nausea, vomit, dizziness, convulsions) and can also lead to nosebleeds, kidney failure, swells of skin and eyes, blood sugar decrease. The mixturees made from crust of barberry are forbidden to children, pregnant women or women in lactation period. In cases of interaction between this herb with other medicinee to avoid side effects, the advice of the physician should be sought. Used to fight against diarrhea (and in its more serious forms - cholera), against fever, anemia and also against hangovers.
* Burdock: 150°C to 200°C (302°F to 392°F) ~ Used for treating acne, eczema, endometriosis, fibroids and psoriasis.
* Couch Grass: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F)
* Evening Primrose: 150°C to 200°C (302°F to 392°F) ~ The leaves are astringent and sedative. Used in the treatment of gastro-intestinal disorders, whooping cough and asthma.
* Fly Agaric (Amanita muscaria): 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F)
* Fringe Tree:175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F)
* Garlic: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F)
* Ginger: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F) ~ Used in the treatment of debility associated with old age or illness, lack of appetite, insomnia, stress, shock and chronic illness. Ginseng also increases immune function, resistance to infection, and supports liver function. The leaf is emetic and expectorant.
* Ginseng: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F)
* Goldenseal: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F) ~ CAUTION: Large doses are poisonous and extended internal use or use during pregnancy is not recommended. Used internally only for short periods of time (3 months or less) as an antiseptic, antibacterial, antispasmodic, laxative, and astringent. Used as an infusion or weak tea for upset stomach and disorders of the digestive system.. The powdered root may be snuffed or sniffed in the nose for infected sinuses.
* Hops: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F)
* Kava Kava: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F)
* Kola Nut: 185°C to 200°C (365°F to 392°F)
* Kratom: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F) ~ CAUTION: This can be an addictive substance. Has a yohimbe-like stimulant activity, and uncaria-like immunostimulant activity. Kratom is said to produce a sense of well-being, with users reporting anti-depressant, anti-anxiety, analgesic, and even euphorigenic effects. It is paradoxically a stimulant and depressant, used to aid work and also able to contribute to rest and sleep. Kratom's psychoactive effects are reported to be relatively short-lived, typically fading after a few hours.
* Licorice: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F)
* Maca Root: 150°C to 200°C (302°F to 392°F)
* Marshmallow: 150°C to 200°C (302°F to 392°F) ~ Used in the treatment of dysentery, lung ailments and urinary ailments. The tea is also taken for gastritis and enteritis or used as an enema for intestinal inflammations, and is an excellent laxative for young children.
* Morning Glory: 185°C to 200°C (365°F to 392°F)
* Sida Cordifolia: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F)
* Salvia Divinorum: 175°C to 230°C (347°F to 392°F)
* Sinicuichi (Mayan Sun Opener): 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F)
* Turmeric: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F)
* Valerian: 185°C to 200°C (365°F to 392°F) ~
* Wild Yam: 175°C to 200°C (347°F to 392°F) ~ Used to alleviate many of the symptoms of menopause and PMS such as hot flashes, night sweats, mood changes, and vaginal dryness. It is also used to treat irritable bowel syndrome, gastritis, gall bladder complaints, spasmodic cramps, painful menstruation, and in small doses is especially helpful in treating the nausea of pregnant women.
* Yohimbe: 185°C to 200°C (365°F to 392°F)
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