The main anatomy of a bong includes a bowl, a stem, a chamber, a sufficient amount of liquid and a mouthpiece.
Water is filled into the container reaching the level just an inch below the carb to ensure that the water does not leak out when the bong is tilted. The carb regulates the inlet of air in that when the material is covered the air will enter through the bowl while when open it comes through the carb forcing out the smoke held inside the chamber. The central principle on how bong functions involve forcing the smoke to bubble up through the liquid is hence filtering it. Other bongs such as the gravity bongs work on a different principle altogether.
What are the considerations in Bong-making?
The following features give bongs their primary characteristics:
• Tube diameter
• Air tightness
• Hit size
The evolution of design for glass pipes
The major game-changer in the glass pipe design is dabbing. The early use of hand pipe and water pipe has been taken over by the innovation of modernized devices having an array of functions. Most of these devices have been designed for concentrate consumption. Changes have also been observed in dispensaries. Dabbing has resulted in a significant evolution in the design of glass pipes utilized for concentrates. Companies that used to be very prominent before dabbing came into place have now been phased out by the new technology. New artists with more creative and exciting sound designs have overtaken the market. The introduction of these new designs has also led to the creation of a new market. Consumers are given the privilege of choosing from the different type of designs made available such as nectar collectors, recyclers, and incyclers among other various models available. Nectar collector is more simplified for use, and they give the best results. Incyclers and the recyclers have been designed in such a way allowing them to cool the smoke to a smooth hit that does not end up exploding inside the user’s lung.