Sai Quick Start Guide

Thank you for purchasing the Sai from Humboldt Vape Tech. The Sai is a fully customizable 22mm cannabis concentrate atomizer with adjustable bottom airflow, and a wide  variety of coil options.

PARTS OF THE SAI

  • Mouthpiece
  • Top Cover
  • Atomizer Base with adjustable airflow
  • Atomizer Coil (screws into base)

READ ME

  • Select a compatible sub-ohm capable, 510 threaded box mod and battery/batteries.
  • Take the time to learn how to operate your box mod, including how to change mode, temp, etc.
  • Dry fire all new coils to burn off any residue
  • Do not overtighten the connections

 SETUP

  • Screw the Sai clockwise onto your mod
  • Remove the top cap by pulling it off the base of the Sai
  • Screw the coil into the base of the Sai
  • Adjust the airflow to your personal preference

 USAGE

  • Set the mod the the correct setting for each coil
  • Load a small amount of concentrate onto the coil near the center
  • Place the top cover back on the Sai
  • Inhale while pressing the fire button on your mod
  • mod settings may vary between models, use the following table as a guide and adjust to your personal preference

TIPS

  • Use a pulsing pattern when using Wattage (Power Mode) to prevent burning your concentrates
  • Loading a small amount of concentrate will reduce reclaim and splatter.
  • Store the Sai upright to prevent leaking.
  • Lubricate O-rings with a food grade oil.

CLEANING THE SAI AND COILS

  • Unscrew the Sai from your mod.
  • Remove the O-rings from the atomizer’s base and open all 4 air holes
  • Remove the O-rings from the mouthpiece.
  • Using 91-99% isopropyl alcohol, submerge and soak all parts.
  • Rinse and repeat until the alcohol is clear and all parts are clean.
  • Shake excess and air dry until all no alcohol remains
  • Once dry replace O-rings and reassemble your Sai

*Do not use water to rinse or submerge the Sai or coils.

 

Atomizer Coil Wattage (Power Mode) Temperature Control (TC)
Miracle B 7-15 W
Ceramic Donut 8-15 W Ni Mode

14-22 W

350°F -440°F

Stainless Steel / Quartz 15-25 W
Dual Titanium / Quartz 15-25 W Ti Mode

20-25 W

350°F -400°F

Dual Twist Kanthal / Quartz 15-25 W
Dual Twist Kanthal / Black Ceramic 15-25 W
Triple Titanium / Quartz 15-25 W Ti Mode

20-25 W

350°F -400°F

Triple Titanium / Black Ceramic 15-25 W Ti Mode

20-25 W

350°F -400°F

4mm Stainless Steel / Quartz 15-25 W SS Mode

18-22 W

360°F -420°F

4mm Stainless Steel / Black Ceramic 15-25 W SS Mode

18-22 W

360°F -420°F

4mm Dual Twist Kanthal / Quartz 18-28 W
4mm Dual Twist Kanthal / Black Ceramic 18-28 W
*Kanthal will only run on wattage.

8 Comments

  • Paul says:

    Can anybody offer any tips/advice on the reasoning, methods and differences between power and temperature modes? I’m lucky if I can operate the thing to switch modes, much less knowing what is going on when I do.

    Tks…

    • Vic says:

      Using Temp Mode regulates the power for you. In wattage mode you are just heating your coil and making it red hot.
      Temp Mode will regulate the temp of the coil for you, not let it fire red hot all the time.
      Temp Protection means your coil is at the temp, and it is being protected from overheating.

  • Rogelio Ocano says:

    I’m having a slight issue with the triple coil. I set it to ti, 25w and 400 but it doesn’t heat up enough to vaporizer product. I need to turn it up a bit more to get any smoke.

  • Larry Hines says:

    When replacing the ceramic donut how do I get back NI mode ?

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