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Pyrex Glass is a replaceable part of the Clearomizer if it is broken.

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What is Pyrex glass?

Pyrex glass is the material of the glass surrounding the reservoir of your clearomizer or tank. Pyrex is the manufacturer of this material and although it is technically not glass, it is often referred to as such. It is made of borosilicate and is heat resistant up to 500 degrees Celsius whereas regular glass is only resistant up to 100 degrees Celsius. Pyrex is also well equipped against chemical reactions. Because of these characteristics Pyrex glass is often used for laboratory work and other activities where it is useful to have such a resilient, glass-like material.

Pyrex glass tubes obviously come in different shapes and sizes, as not every clearomizer is the same. Although some types of Pyrex glass tubes are suitable for multiple tanks.

Replacing Pyrex glass

Even though Pyrex glass is a lot stronger than regular glass, this does not mean that it never breaks. It is still susceptible to damage if you drop your e-cigarette. Luckily this does not mean that you have to replace the entire tank. Usually when you purchase your e-cigarette it comes with an extra Pyrex glass tube but if even your spare one breaks, it is easy to buy a replacement glass. Pyrex glass is not expensive so you don’t have to worry about breaking the bank.

Replacing these Pyrex glasses is simple. Remove every piece of glass of your old tube and take apart your tank.  Make sure the rubber bands are in place and push the new glass in place.

Which Pyrex glass do I need?

Every Pyrex glass we sell on our website has the supported clearomizer(s) in the description. The most brands provide replacement Pyrex tube glasses but in certain cases it is possible that for a specific kind of clearomizer there is no replacement glass to order separately. If this is the case unfortunately the whole tank has to be replaced.

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