The Atmos RX Mesh Filter is used for protecting your Atmos RX Vaporizer's finer and more delicate ceramic filter. The Atmos RX Mesh Filter also acts as a first line of defense against particles of your dried herbs or dried herb wax from getting through the filter and causing a problem in the heating chamber. The filter stops large particles of the dried herbs from passing through, which helps to yield a better vaping experience.
The Atmos RX Mesh Filter is small and easy to travel with. Its diameter measures about 0.5 inches, just like the original mesh filter installed into your Atmos RX Vaporizer. The filter consists of a bigger circle onto which seven smaller circles are cut out. These smaller circles are lined from behind with thin gauge stainless steel wire mesh. This type of mesh is made to be used with dried herbs in your Atmos RX Vaporizer. To remove the Atmos RX Mesh Filter, you first need to open the chamber connector. Do this by turning the two parts of the Atmos RX Vaporizer pen counterclockwise to one another. Hold the bottom part steady while you turn the top part. This opens the chamber. You can then remove the wire mesh and ceramic filters. You may need to remove the filters when it is time to replace the original part with a new Atmos RX Mesh Filter. The filter usually needs to be replaced after about 250 uses or every year.
To clean the Atmos RX Mesh Filter, remove it all the way from the chamber connector. Put warm water and a few drops of dish washing soap into a small bowl. Use a toothbrush to remove any solid particles of dried herbs from the filter. Allow the filter to soak in the warm soapy water for about 15 minutes. Scrub the filter again with a clean toothbrush. Allow the filter to completely air dry before reinserting it into the chamber connector. To reinsert the Atmos RX Mesh Filter, use gentle pressure from your fingertips to push it back int its original place. Reattach the two chambers to one another. Turn the chambers clockwise until they are snugly joined.