Hermes Medical Engineering Introduces Wool Inlet Filter for miniVAP vaporizers

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The world famous miniVAP vaporizer uses new and better materials to achieve the highest level of purity of any other vaporizer on the market.

Hermes Medical Engineering introduced a new first stage wool inlet filter for the miniVAP vaporizer. This gives the miniVAP a new first stage filtration for the miniVAP vaporizer.

The miniVAP is the highest grade vaporizer in its class. This multi-use vaporizer uses a proprietary design to produce a cleaner vaporizer that produces cleaner vapor through better materials and better design. This means that miniVAP delivers better purity and performance versus other major portable vaporizers such as the Iolite Wispr vaporizer, Pax Vaporizer, and Solo Vaporizer.

The miniVAP cost more than other vaporizers because it uses better materials. For consumers who need the very best purity, miniVAP is a cut above anything else on the market because it uses better materials and design.

The wool filter is a first stage filter that is made of a special wool that can exclude particles down to approximately 1 micron. The wool air filter gives better air filtration. The filter is is standard on all miniVAP vaporizers, it can be replaced if needed, and it does not add significantly to the over-all construction cost of the unit.

All miniVAP vaporizers are made to the same very high standards that are used to make very sophisticated medical devices. The miniVAP is a consumer device and not a medical device but Hermes uses the very best best design and manufacturing when it comes to the miniVAP.

Many consumers and practitioners around the world use the miniVAP because it has such high purity standards and because of its proprietary design. It has even been used with medical marijuana in several applications in countries in Europe. MiniVAP is not for use with illegal substances. However, in tests, miniVAP is shown to be a better administration method.

Check out the miniVAP at for more information or call 1-800-659-8731.

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