Like any other vaporizer, PAX vaporizers have at least a little mild odor. However, as long as you're in a well-ventilated area, the odor will usually disappear as soon as you actively stop producing steam. The odor of the dry herb vaporizer is much lower than that of desktop vaporizers because they vaporize at lower temperatures and less product is heated. Most portable vaporizers only heat up to 210 degrees Celsius and have a smaller bowl size.
The short answer is yes, vaporizers emit an odor. The amount of odor depends to a large extent on how spicy your herb is and what vaporizer you use. Although they don't eliminate the scent completely, vaporizing the oils creates an even more subtle grassy smell. The markers create a slight terpene odor related to your strain.
Milder concentrates, such as budder, smell stronger than crumble or break. When using a vaporizer, you understand that inhaling is not recommended, as it can be harmful, and using a vaporizer is done at your own risk. Getting a vaporizer designed to produce the least amount of odor is the first step to reducing cannabis odor. Now, because an on-demand vaporizer generally has a stronger heater than a session vaporizer, the initial odor in the first minute or so remains strong and may even be stronger than the first minute of a session vaporizer.
Care must be taken before using a vaporizer, as vaporization will not necessarily remove each and every toxin found in vaporized mixtures. This shows that the perception of others, even those who don't use vaporizers or smoke directly, seems to agree that vaporizers smell less and have less impact on others when used indoors. If you want to reduce odor when you vape, convection vaporizers are one of the best vaporizers available. A session-based driving vaporizer with a (partially) open herb chamber will produce the most odor of all types of vaporizers.
A conduction vaporizer “fries” the herb and a convection vaporizer “bakes” the herb with hot air. Cannabis vapor is tar-free and has a much less potent odor because it lacks most of these toxic by-products. With the Arizer XQ2 you can vaporize or diffuse your favorite essential and aromatic oils right after a steam session masking the smell a little, although keep in mind that the herbal smell will persist a little, so you may want to keep this device close to a window. While there is a difference in odor between convection and conduction vaporizers, in my experience, this is the least significant factor in obtaining a vaporizer that produces the least amount of cannabis odor.
An on-demand convection vaporizer with a closed herb chamber will produce the lowest odor of all types of vaporizers. Conduction vaporization involves bringing the oil or dry material into contact with the heating element of the vaporizer. Vaping outdoors is the best way to mask the smell of vaping cannabis because it allows the vapor to dissipate faster. The first, obviously, is that joints and similar vaping methods directly burn plant material, while a vaporizer simply heats the cannabis to release the active compounds, THC and CBD.