Nebulizer Accessories Kit for 100 ml Bottles
The Nebulizer replacement Kit contains: 2 Atomizers + 2 Siphons + 4 O-rings.
THE HERBA TERRA NEBULIZER USES 2 DIFFERENT BOTTLES FOR DIFFUSING: 100 ML AND 30 ML CAPACIY BOTTLES.
IF YOU YOU USE THE 100 ML BOTTLES WITH THE HERBA TERRA NEBULIZER YOU'LL NEED THE ACCESSORIES KIT FOR THE 100 ML BOTTLES, WHICH HAS A LONGER SIPHON, MADE TO FIT INSIDE 100 ML BOTTLES.
IF YOU USE THE 30 ML BOTTLES WITH THE OUR NEBULIZER, YOU'LL NEED THE ACCESSORIES KIT FOR THE 30 ML BOTTLES, WHICH HAS A SHORTHER SIPHON, MADE TO FIT INSIDE THE 30 ML BOTTLES.
BOTH ACCESSORIES KITS LOOK IDENTICAL AND COST THE SAME; THE ONLY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THEM IS THE LENGTH OF THE SIPHON WHICH IS SHORTHER FOR THE 30 ML BOTTLE. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ORDER THE CORRECT KIT FOR YOUR BOTTLES.
- The Atomizer has the role of extracting the essential oils from the bottle through the siphons up into the top chamber of the nebulizer. Every nebulizer we sell comes with an atomizer and 2 O-rings in the original package. With regular cleaning, the original parts installed in the nebulizer plus these spare parts could last for at least a year or longer, while at the same time they could easily get clogged when the cleaning is not done on a regular basis, or the oil has to many impurities, or when ticker oils such as Vetiver, Frankincense, Cedarwood, Patchouli, Sandalwood, etc are used. Using thicker oils less often will definitely make your atomizer and siphon last longer. Having said that, we offer an easy and very affordable solution of replacing the parts that could potentially get clogged during diffusion if used with thicker oils or if the nebulizer is not cleaned regularly as recommended in the nebulizer's Manual Instructions. Thanks to our practical solution that no other manufacturers of diffusers and nebulizers offer on the market today, you can enjoy these oils just the same as the other thinner oils. Having extra atomizers around as replacements is an easy, practical solution to ensure your nebulizer works in an optimal state at all times regardless of the oils you're using.
- The Siphon is the long plastic tubes that is attached at the end of the atomizer, which allows the oil to be extracted from the bottle into the upper chamber of the nebulizer. The siphon also filters impurities from oils through the little wire mesh installed inside the siphon towards the bottom. The mesh changes color over time and becomes filled with oil residue as it "catches" all the impurities from oils during diffusion. The mesh and siphon could be cleaned by running alcohol through the nebulizer once a week. Thicker oils definitely fill up the mesh with more residue than the thinner oils. When the mesh becomes too clogged and dirty, less oil will come out of the nebulizer or not at all, causing the nebulizer to diffuse a weaker mist or less and less mist over time. That's an indicator that the mesh needs to be either cleaned or replaced. To replace the siphon, simply pull the old siphon out of the tube and gently push the new one on the tip of the atomizer. Always make sure the siphon is inserted leaving the opening with the mesh wire at the opposite side of the atomizer.
- The O-ring. The O-ring is the small white circle located at the bottom of the upper chamber where the atomizer is attached. When installed, the middle part of the O-ring should be removed (it gets easily detached from the margins). Screwing the bottle too tight into the upper chamber of the diffuser could cause the O-ring to twist a little bit and create gaps of air, which allow the oils to leak and also to fall out from its place over time. This happens more often than not, so always check the O-ring to make sure it fits perfectly tight (not too loose, not too tight), and if not -secure it back into its place; when the O-ring falls out easily or it's not staying perfectly attached in its place, it's time replace it because it's either damaged or it has become loose.