Mixing the flavors for your electronic cigarette can prove to be quite a challenge, especially if you want to obtain a specific combination of taste and nicotine. To simplify the operation, you can make use of an application that automatically calculates the percentages and the quantities required in order to obtain a specific result.
Calculate the PG-VG nicotine ratio
Vapulator is a software solution designed to tackle this problem for you, by automatically calculating a variety of percentages and quantities involved in the mix of your desired flavor. Depending on the parameters entered by you, the application calculates the nicotine concentration, volume and the PG-VG ratio contained by the resulting mixture.
In order to initiate the calculation, you first have to provide the starting data, from which to extrapolate the recipe mixing ratios. The required information includes the base nicotine strength in milligrams per milliliters, the nicotine base and the extra diluent percentage. In addition, you can also enter the PG and VG percentages and select the preferred mix base.
Insert the number of drops per ml and the flavor data
Vapulator enables you to use up to eight flavors at once, which should be enough to achieve almost any combination you might think of. The only requirement is that the overall percentage of all the flavors needs to add up to 100, otherwise the application cannot perform the calculation. Moreover, the nicotine mix base must coincide with the one used for the ingredients.
Once you introduce all the data you desire and obtain the resulting mixing ratios, you can rate the overall taste and characteristics of the flavor and even add a small description to shed a bit of light on your recipe. The results can then be saved to your computer and you can share them with your friends, as well as print them on paper.
As soon as you get over the rather clunky interface and you get the hang of the application, Vapulator can become and indispensable tool for your electronic cigarette passion. Despite the occasional bug, the calculation results are accurate and they can be successfully used in your recipes.