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The ijust2 has a power output of about 60W-80W and is not adjustable. With continuous use in a short period of time a super sub-ohm ecig can get hot. This design exposes part of the atomizer tank to the open air. This design can also work for other models with a 22mm diameter atomizer tank.
This page is a three part photo essay consisting of Part I--Building the bottom Part II--Building the top and Part III--Putting it together.
PART I--Building the bottom
Cut off one end (I used a hacksaw)
3·/4" CPVC "T" fitting. Cut one end close to the center port as shown.
Use a medium grit sandpaper to clean up the surface and edges (do both sides so they are the same)
Drill a "starter hole" in the middle
The inside diameter of this piece is just a tiny bit too small to fit over the ecig--you need to hone out the inside using a drill attachment or file. The ring has to be loose fitting to allow air to pass into all of the airholes of the atomizer tank. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT!
Use the starter hole so you can drill a larger 1/2" hole (as shown)
With a 1/2 round medium course file create a beveled edge on both sides as shown so you get a tight seal on both sides of this piece.
Make this piece very loose fitting so the airflow is sufficient for maximum vapor production.
Put this piece to the other piece you cut to see if you have a flush contact (as shown). Continue filing until you do.
Use a section of 1/2" CPVC tubing, rubbing one end on a 1/2" half-rounf medium course file
...ready to attach
You want one end to look like this. Cut off approx. 1/2 to 5/8" from the end.
PART II--Building the top
You can add a clear plastic tube to the moutpiece and reverse the direction you blow from
A 1/2" clear plastic tube can also be used as an attachment to the mouthpiece if you choose to reverse the direction you want to blow
Since CPVC cement will melt the surface and "weld" the two surfaces together you need to immediately apply pressure to the two connected pieces for approx 20-30 seconds
Using a Q-tip dab some CPVC cement on the contact surface
Using a Q-tip dab some cement to the outside of the contact point all the way around the seam. MOVE ON TO PART II
Attach these two pieces together making sure the hole you drilled is centered to the middle of the smaller piece