Insert a blunt tip 16 to 20g needle into one of the two filling holes on either side of the center airway. Caution: Do not allow oil to enter the center airway, it is in between the filling holes.
90°F/32°C (thinner oils) | 135°F/57°C (thicker oils) The ideal fill temperature will allow for filling and capping before the oil saturates the atomizer.
Oversaturation from hot filling, thin oils, and/or slow capping will cause flooding, clogging and leaking.
Do not overfill your devices! Fill to a maximum of 2.05mL or 1.05mL depending on your configuration. Overfilling may cause seal bulging and will force fluid through the atomizer.
Cap within 3 minutes after filling. We recommend a shorter period of time for thinner oils. Immediately after filling, cap the device with the mouthpiece until it’s fully seated.
Do not remove the silicone plug when filling.
Axil Capping Directions
Minimum capping force
Maximum capping force
3 mins of less
(depending on viscosity)
By hand or arbor press
Make sure the mouthpiece is properly aligned and straight. Press the mouthpiece down vertically (not at an angle) using even pressure, until you hear a click.
You can seat the mouthpiece by hand, but a light- duty arbor press and jig are recommended. Do not use a hammer or mallet. Pressing at an angle can lead to damage, improper sealing, leakage, and cracking of the device.
If too much pressure is applied during capping, you can damage the cart or silicone end caps. Check the pressure carefully.
You cannot remove the mouthpiece once it’s fully seated without damaging the device or the mouthpiece.
Let your devices stand for between 30 minutes to 12 hours before using. During this time, the oil is priming the atomizer. More viscous oils will require more time.
NOTE: Do not use power chargers that output more than 5 volts/1 amp. These may damage the battery.
Gently press down the long axil mouthpieces to align before capping