Volcano Vaporizer Certified for Product Safety

Storz & Bickel continues to set the bar for high quality and safe vaporization systems.

The quality of our VOLCANO DIGIT and VOLCANO CLASSIC products has been tested and certified with regard to their electrical and mechanical safety and reliability by TÜV SÜD (the “Southern Technical Inspection Association”) in Munich, Germany.

The VOLCANO Vaporizers fulfill the requirements for device safety in household appliances according to DIN EN ISO 60 335.

This certification by an independent testing agency is a further indication of the competence and responsibility that Storz & Bickel GmbH & Co. KG has in producing safe, top-quality vaporizers for our customers all over the world.


  1. Nobody on November 14, 2011 at 5:58 pm

    Hi everybody, I was just looking for more information on my specific problem with my volcano classic. I recently bought a used one off ebay because I was worried about what excessive smoking was doing to my throat and lungs. The volcano seemed like the perfect alternative. Well, the problem is I first used it yesterday and it was great, however this morning I thought I was sick because my throat was so sore and dry. I know it is the vaporizer because the same thing happened to my roommate. I had the temperature gauge set at level 6 for about 90% of the night and never noticed anything wrong with my throat until the next day. The only reason I’m worried about this is because I bought the volcano to help relieve my throat but it seems like it’s not doing it. I would really appreciate any input from anyone else with more experience with the volcano. Thanks in advance.

    • Vapormaster on November 14, 2011 at 6:10 pm

      You should make sure you’re hydrating and drinking water when using the Volcano. You may enjoy using a water pipe to filter and humidify the vapor. Some people do seem extra sensitive to the dry air the Volcano produces.

      • Nobody on November 14, 2011 at 9:02 pm

        Thanks for the advice I will try that next time, I hear that vapes can dehydrate the air in the bag, so hopefully it works by filtering through water.