Quartz and titanium are two of the most popular materials used for dab nails in enail setups. Quartz nails are known for their pure, clean taste and slow, even heat up time, making them a great choice for low-temperature dabbing. Titanium nails, on the other hand, heat up quickly and retain heat well, making them ideal for those who prefer fast and efficient dabbing. The choice between quartz and titanium will largely depend on personal preference and desired dabbing experience, whether it's a pure taste with a slow heat up time, or a fast and efficient dabbing experience with a durable nail.
The best temperature for dabbing with an enail varies depending on personal preference, the type of concentrates used, and desired potency. Generally, low temperatures (450-550°F) are best for preserving delicate flavors and aromas, while high temperatures (650-750°F) are best for maximizing potency. Medium temperatures (550-650°F) provide a balanced experience with a moderate potency and good flavor. For specific concentrates such as live resin or terp sauce, the recommended temperature may range from 600-750°F. Experimentation with different temperatures can help you determine the best temperature for your needs.
Using an enail is a simple process that involves assembling your equipment, choosing your temperature, loading your concentrates, heating the nail, enjoying your dab, and cleaning your equipment. Start by assembling your dab enail controller, heating coil/nail, quartz banger or titanium nail, dabber tool, concentrates, and glass water pipe. Choose the right temperature for your concentrates, load them into the banger or nail, and heat the nail using the enail controller. Enjoy the smooth, flavorful hit. Finally, turn off the enail controller and clean any residual concentrates from the equipment to ensure it stays in good condition.