Accepts Medicare Assignment He does accept the payment amount Medicare approves and not to bill you for more than the Medicare deductible and coinsurance. Luther F Chandler attended to University Of Alabama School Of Medicine and then graduated in 1982. NPI #: 1437123726 Enumeration Date: Feb 14th, 2006 Last Update Date: Jun 4th, 2018 Request for update.
Luther F Chandler has primarily specialised in Internal Medicine for over 38 years. Specialization License Number Issued State Allopathic & Osteopathic Physicians / Internal Medicine 16324 Tennessee. 4411 Oakwood Dr Chattanooga, Tennessee 37416 Map and Directions Phone: (423) 892-4289 Fax: (423) 553-1839. Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday - Sunday: Closed. 1751 Gunbarrel Rd Suite 102 Chattanooga, Tennessee 37421-7177 Map and Directions Phone: (423) 778-8536. This doctor profile was extracted from the dataset publicized on Jul 19th, 2018 by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and from the corresponded NPI record updated on Jun 4th, 2018 on NPPES website. If you found out anything that is incorrect and want to change it, please follow this Update Data guide. Kanthal vs Nickel vs Titanium vs Nichrome vs whatever else there is.
What is the difference between all of those types of wires? Also, what is so good about temperature control compared to using wattages, and why are temp control coils (usually) so low in ohms? Sorry for so many questions, there are just so many things I want to know. There isn't really a flavor difference in the coils I notice. There's basically a couple factors you will consider selecting which wire to use. If you want to go wattage mode, you'd use Kanthal or ni80. If you want a bigger coil even in wattage mode, SS (can also be used in watt mode) or ni80 will let you build a bigger coil while keeping the resistance less than kanthal. What is so good about temp control vs wattage: Depends on who you ask, I only use wattage modes because I like a hotter vape with more throat hit. TC has its advantages as well, personally I never use it so I can't comment that much on it though. I think it's just a smoother vape if you dont want much heat, and your coils/wick lasts longer as there is less chance it will burn. Temp control coils are usually lower ohms as things like nickel have a really low resistance. The coil resistance doesn't matter as much here in terms of the vape, as the mod will adjust how much power is flowing into it. Also, if your device has temperature co-efficient capability, Kanthal and ni80 can also be used in TC mode. =) Well, TC is like cruise control for vaping, it applies the required amount of wattage to the coil(s) until it reaches the set temperature, then it pulses the power in small bursts to keep it at that temperature, which makes for a smoother, cooler vape, and you can tune the temperature to better suit the flavor of the liquid and your vaping preference. I've been using SS in wattage mode here lately and it seems to hit smoother than my builds with Kanthal, but it could also be the fact when you use SS in wattage mode, you have to vape at like 30-40 watts, whereas I usually push about 60-100 watts on my kanthal builds. It's all really subjective, and a matter or personal preference. If you want huge clouds, for tricks, or just getting more nicotine in one hit, go with wattage builds. But if you want more flavor, and more battery/coil/wick life, then go with TC. I've only used TC a couple times on my Fuchai, and I enjoyed it a lot, it's just finicky to build coils with Nickel, as its soft and easily broken when tightening the post screws. So I think my next move is buy some TC coils for my new Innokin iSub V, and start comparing the differences between different coil materials. Just do some research and comparisons of what people say. I hear that SS is better than Titanium, and Ti is better than Nickel. But I'm still learning more about it every day, just trying to be as healthy about it as possible. What is the best type of wire to use for coil builds? This all depends on what type of vape device you’re using and your experience level.
This is the standard wire type that works well in just about all vape devices. After some time, you may want to try different wire types. The top three (Kanthal, Nichrome, SS) you’ll use for about any device. The last two (Nickel and Titanium) are used more often in high-end and competition mods.
Kanthal A-1 is a ferritic iron-chromium-aluminium alloy (FeCrAl alloy) for use at temperatures up to 1400°C (2550°F). The alloy is characterized by high resistivity and very good oxidation resistance. Nichrome is a non-magnetic alloy of nickel and chromium. It is wound in wire coils to a certain electrical resistance, and current passed through to produce heat.