Our new D-NAiL® HALO™ COMETS orbit your dish for a fuller vaporization experience. Increased surface area results in more efficient heating, allowing you to get the most out of your material.
Our Boro COMETS measure 4mm in diameter and are made from borosilicate glass, a world standard for a chemical resistant material for moderate temperature processes. This type of glass can be found in laboratory settings because of its increased durability and is a great starting point if you’re interested in exploring what our COMETS have to offer.
To achieve orbit an angled airflow is necessary and we recommend our D-NAiL® TI Universal Carb Cap or the upcoming D-NAiL®all-quartz HALO Cap.
Add the COMET to the dish at room temperature. Then heat the dish and COMET to usage temperature. Keep Dish covered with Carb Cap until COMET stop spinning.
Wipe the dish with a dry cotton swab after each use to reduce buildup on the COMET and dish. If the COMET becomes stuck due to residue, gently nudge the sphere with a tool to free it.
Allow COMET to come to a complete stop before removing the directional airflow carb cap, as comets spinning at a high velocity can fall from the dish while in motion.
To remove COMET from dish, allow both to cool completely. Once at room temperature remove the COMET with tweezers OR by tilting the dish to tip the COMET into a safe container.
A COMET can be heat-cleaned along with the dish in a high temperature cycle (up to 900°F) to turn the hardened carbon into ash. For cleaning outside the dish, a COMET can be soaked in alcohol.
D-NAiL COMETS are intended for use only with our line of HALO dishes.
For best results use a maximum two COMETS per dish.