D-Nail Sapphire Dish

£400.00

Availability: In stock

They call it the ultimate- D-Nail's super-rare Sapphire Dish is quite simply the connoisseur's choice when it comes to dabbing.

There is NO WARRANTY on Sapphire Dishes. Take extreme care.

Made of chemically pure lab-grown sapphire, this dish transmits heat better than titanium, and delivers flavour unlike quartz, ceramic, the SIC dish, pretty much any surface known to man. Delivering even temperatures across the dish surface, the Sapphire dish means more even vaporization. Tolerant of temperatures exceeding 3500°F.


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They call it the ultimate- D-Nail's super-rare Sapphire Dish is quite simply the connoisseur's choice when it comes to dabbing.

There is NO WARRANTY on Sapphire Dishes. Take extreme care.

Made of chemically pure lab-grown sapphire, this dish transmits heat better than titanium, and delivers flavour unlike quartz, ceramic, the SIC dish, pretty much any surface known to man. Delivering even temperatures across the dish surface, the Sapphire dish means more even vaporization. Tolerant of temperatures exceeding 3500°F.

Nail Base Not Included.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Compatible with D-NAiL nail bases.
Compatible with Highly Educated InfiniTi nail base.
Made of chemically pure lab-grown sapphire with D-NAiL® Wik™ Surface
Evens out dish temperatures for more consistent vaporization
Tolerant of temperatures exceeding 3500°F
NOTE: Sapphire may crack if unevenly heated or not allowed to cool slowly. Do not over-tighten nail bolt as this will cause the dish to crack. Do not remove from nail until completely cool. Do not torch heat.

To clean: While cool, soak in isopropyl alcohol for 5-10 minutes. Wipe clean and allow to fully dry before use.

BASIC FACTS:
Pure sapphire has the same chemical composition as Alumina but has a different crystal structure that changes some of its physical properties. It is considered the purest form of Al2O3.
First created in 1902 by French chemist Auguste Vernouil.
Known for it's excellent chemical resistance, even higher than Silicon Carbide for some chemicals, and more inert than Quartz and Alumina.
Replaces Quartz pieces in highly corrosive scientific applications.
Thermal conductivity 16–28x that of Quartz and 1.4–2.5x that of Grade 2 Titanium
Resistant to high heat, above 3500°F
Has a fair heat shock value
Is used in medical applications for cutting lasers, laser tools and high precision knives.
Hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale, same as Alumina
Used in aerospace infrared sensors and where high durability optics are needed.
Commonly used for optics in LEDs, cameras, high pressure nozzles, LCDs and cell phone screens.

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