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  1. mreeveshp

    mreeveshp Bronze Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    I ordered some cotton bacon prime off amazon that was a 2 pack deal they came with a bag of coils with each 2 pack they look like 24g spaces 5 wraps. I'm curious does anybody know what kind of wire they are made of so I can figure out what ohms they are. I just don't want to put them on a deck and not being what I would like and just wasting them. I might have to reach out to cotton bacon and ask them but if anyone knows please let me know.

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    You might should reach out to the seller and ask. It could be anything.
     
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    If magnets stick to them, they're Kanthal. If not, they're 316L or Nichrome.

    Also, if you dry pulse them and they change colors they are not Kanthal.
     
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    mreeveshp Bronze Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    Thanks I didn't even think of the magnet.

    The only way I will dry pulse them is if I really decide to out them on a deck. I might just use them for other people's builds that I do just charge them less.

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    SteveS45 Diamond Contributor Member For 2 Years ECF Refugee

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    Do not use coils you do not know what they are made of because of possible bad chemicals and gases formed. When in doubt DON'T~!
     
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    SteveS45 Diamond Contributor Member For 2 Years ECF Refugee

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    I would think what the coils are made of you received are listed on their website or where you purchased them. JMFO
     
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    mreeveshp Bronze Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    That's how I've always been when anything has come with coils I have so many that came with rdas, rats, etc that I have in a drawer doing nothing

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    mreeveshp Bronze Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    Their was nothing listed on CB's site or the amazon link I ordered from I have sent an email to CB to ask if they know and am just waiting for a reply

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    SteveS45 Diamond Contributor Member For 2 Years ECF Refugee

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    I am surprised because any pre-made coils I ever got are always listed on the package. Good to know that CB doesn't tell you WTF you are getting.
     
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    Umm... Am I correct in assuming that you're saying you make and sell coils to people, but are planning to sell these coils to someone without knowing what they are?
     
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    SteveS45 Diamond Contributor Member For 2 Years ECF Refugee

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    NO, I believe he is saying he will sell them at a reduced price............. Sort of use at your own risk?? WTF?
     
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    mreeveshp Bronze Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    Absolutely not I should have worded it different. If i find out what they are and they just aren't in the ohm range that I like to use then I will use them for someone that it might match what ohms they want but do the build cheaper since I didn't have to make the coils. But they will absolutely not go into any deck until I know exactly what they are. I have always been as safe as possible and have even turned people away because they want a mechanical setup with the ohms too low to safely use.

    I hope this clears everything up the last thing I want is for anyone to think I am advocating unsafe practices.

    If I never find out what the coils are made of they just go in the trash or sit in a drawer in a bag with all the other ones that have came with anything and I don't know what they are just to be forgot about

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