Are the Pax 3 vapes safe when heated at high temperatures? Read this post, Vape 101: Health Risks With Pax 3?
Is pax3 safe?
While the cause is yet to be determined, none of the brand partners who fill and distribute our pods use Vitamin E acetate in PAX formulations, and all pods are subject to rigorous state regulatory compliance and testing. Source: Pax Official site.
“I don’t think there’s any real problems” with Pax products. The CDC said Oct. 10 that “no single product or substance has been linked to all lung injury cases” but warned users to steer clear of THC products altogether “to avoid potentially harmful effects.”Oct 14, 2019 Source: The CDC
Are the Pax vapes plastic components safe when heated at high temperatures?
There is no teflon (PTFE) in the PAX 3 air path or exposed to users on the outside of the product. There is however a small amount of PTFE in the PAX 3 internal heater. The PAX 3 is completely encapsulated, located inside the device and the temperature control does not allow the heater to reach the dangerous temperature where PTFE can vaporize and cause issues.
No vitamin E with Pax 3
The PAX 3 is perfectly safe, and there is no vitamin E acetate involved unless you’re adding it, which you wouldn’t anyway. In one word, the health issues have nothing to do with vaping flower using conduction or convection vaporizers.
The PAX 3 heating element and air path
The heating element is the most important part of a vaporizer in terms of safety. The heating element is a “non-ceramic tuned thin film heater” bonded to the oven and outside of the vapor path. PAX 3 vpae experts recommend gentle, sip-like draws to pull the vapor from the oven through a sealed, surgical-grade, stainless steel air-path.
The Pax 3 is an isolated air path. The oven is sealed around the sides.
So, the Pax 3 is safe to use.