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I have an Innokin Kroma-Z (and several other small pods) that all have plastic pods (not sure what material they are) Do I need to be concerned about "tank cracker" flavors (like citrus)?
 

5150sick

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I have an Innokin Kroma-Z (and several other small pods) that all have plastic pods (not sure what material they are) Do I need to be concerned about "tank cracker" flavors (like citrus)?

You should be OK.
Older tanks used to crack more often because of the material.
Newer pod devices are made of a better material.
 

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Also relating to "tank cracking", pods are designed so as to eliminate, or minimize connection to metal. The only tank I had crack was due to the poly-carbonate getting fused to the metal base.

That was a chemical to physical reaction of the juice on the materials. In essence the acid of the juice caused a chemical fire, melted the poly-carbonate which then welded itself to the metal from the heat.

Since pods now lean toward limited connection points, agree with @5150sick , you'll likely be fine.
 

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