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deen555
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posted: 7/28/2020 at 6:03:28 AM ET
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What is 50/50 e liquid? In short, this is vape juice with a balanced 50% ratio of the main e liquid ingredients; propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin. These ingredients are otherwise known as PG & VG and are important in helping you choose the right type of e-liquid for your vape kit or vape tank.

What are PG & VG?
PG stands for propylene glycol. This is an organic compound in the form of a thick, colourless liquid with a slightly sweet taste. It is derived from vegetable oils and is used widely throughout the food industry. Propylene glycol is added to e-liquids as a thickener and base.

VG stands for vegetable glycerin. Is is very similar to propylene glycol in that it is odourless, colourless and has a faint sweet flavour. It also provides a base for vape juices but differs from PG in that it has a thicker consistency.

You can find out more about e-liquid ingredients in this blog post.

Why do E-Liquids Contain Varying Ratios of PG & VG?
Different ratios of PG & VG affect the viscosity or thickness of an e-liquid. As PG is thinner, e-liquids containing a higher ratio of PG will have a slightly more liquid consistency. VG is thicker, therefore higher VG percentages will produce a thicker e-liquid.

High PG (60%+)
Vape juices with more PG content are generally best suited to kits and tanks with coils at a higher resistance; anything above 1 ohm. These are often referred to as ‘Classic’ kits. The liquid is vapourised at a lower temperature and therefore thinner juice is required so that it can heat more quickly. PG also produces more of a ‘throat hit’ than VG. This combination of classic kit and high PG e-liquid will create a subtle, cool vapour with strong flavour.

High VG (60%+)
Vape juices with higher VG content are suitable for kits and tanks with coils at a low resistance; anything below 1 ohm, right down to 0.1 ohm. Lower resistance coils vapourise e-liquids at a higher temperature, therefore a thicker liquid is needed to slow the process. This also produces thicker, warmer clouds of vapour with more subtle flavour. This is known as ‘sub ohm’ vaping.

50PG/50VG
A 50/50 e liquid contains a balanced 50% ratio of both PG & VG. This makes for a well-rounded vape juice that suits the majority of kits and tanks.

Why Choose a 50PG/50VG E Liquid?
As you can see from the comparison above, the great thing about 50/50 e liquid is that it offers a happy medium on throat hit, flavour and vapour production. They are versatile with balanced characteristics and most importantly, they’re suitable for the majority of kits, tanks and coils.

The New OK Vape 50/50 E-Liquid Range
View some of our top flavours in the new OK 50/50 e liquid range below, or click here to browse all 15 flavours, available from just £2 a bottle.




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Never heard about this type of juices before, are they safe? I mean this PG and VG? Anyways, whenever it comes to vaping I mostly stick to the simplest vape pens with good vape battery ).


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