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CCELL Vape Batteries & Cartridges are the Future Technology of the Ever-Evolving Vape Pen

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When looking at vaporizer pens and cartridges, it’s important to make sure you’re not purchasing cheap ones so as to avoid exposing your body to toxic materials and fumes. Industry leader CCELL has continued to develop revolutionary heating technology, driven by ceramic heating patents. 

As consumers become more knowledgeable on cannabis devices and cannabis as a whole, they’re simultaneously becoming more aware and conscious of what they are buying. 

One of the biggest issues, according to CCELL, surrounding the vaporization industry and its associated cartridges and batteries revolves around quality control.

Though there are many companies taking shortcuts and risking safety when manufacturing there are a few that are paying special attention to creating high-quality vaporizer products. or example, some of CCELL’s newest disposable vaporizers, such as Owa and Listo, use medical-grade stainless steel components and FDA-compliant, food-grade plastics, both of which promise better reliability for high-quality consumption. Additionally, and most importantly, all CCELL vaporizers are tested for heavy metal contamination, and they are well below the actionable limits in all categories.

In upholding its proactive commitment to producing the highest quality and most health-conscious vaporizers, the company’s products continue to find themselves on the shelves of dispensaries throughout the U.S., which brings in conversations involving strict manufacturing management and quality-control.

What’s the Legal Limit?

All levels must be below maximum limits to obtain a Certificate of Analysis from an authorized lab.

“While the vaporizer market is rife with low-quality and low-priced products that compromise safety, CCELL instead has always put safety as the highest priority since our inception,” said Joe Strain, Vice President of CCELL. “We take stringent quality control from raw materials to finished products. Our raw materials have been certified by the FDA and RoHS. And finished products are manufactured in facilities certified by ISO and cGMP. By making the switch to 316L stainless steel, we are surpassing our already-high safety standards to create a more enjoyable experience.”

As a global innovation and pioneer of leading portable vaporizers, CCELL comes with 12 years of experience in the vaporization industry, and a team of over 260 engineers, helping to upgrade the industrial standard of vaporizing technology. 

Earlier this year, CCELL announced that it upgraded its cartridge core component material to medical-grade 316L stainless steel, setting a new benchmark for safety in the industry.

Bottom Line

Not all vapes are created equal — some are made at a low cost to increase profit margins while others, like CCELL’s, are made with technology-enhanced features, such as their ceramic heating element, that helps improve the quality of the vape user’s experience by allowing for easy, flavorful pulls, and improve the safety as well.  

So, next time you walk into a dispensary, start asking questions about the vaporizer technology they have on their shelves and look for CCELL-like labeling on packaging. 

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Andrew Rossow is a Legal Editor at Disrupt Magazine, focusing on cannabis, social justice, and technology. He is a practicing attorney and the CEO and President of AR Media Consulting. He serves as a co-founder of The Guardian Project, alongside TV actor, Mark Pellegrino (13 Reasons Why, Supernatural, Lost, Dexter). Rossow has appeared regularly on CHEDDAR TV, ABC, FOX, CBS, and NBC affiliate networks throughout the U.S. He has been recognized by Entrepreneur and Fast Company for his journalistic integrity in helping build out and grow media outlets, formerly Grit Daily News.

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