There are many things to think about when you’re buying an in-ground or an above ground trampoline. How does air flow impact my trampoline may not have been one of them, but it is something that we think about and discuss with our customers.
What do you think about when you’re planning to invest in a trampoline?
- What size should I get?
- Where should I place it?
- Should I get an in-ground or an above ground trampoline?
- What accessories do we want with our trampoline?
- Will we do the installation of the in-ground trampoline ourselves or ask for help?
What you do already know about having a trampoline is that they are fun! Trampolines also offer a way to get in shape in a healthy way and in a way that won’t lead to injuries!
How Does Air Flow Impact My Trampoline?
What is air flow and what does it mean to your in-ground trampoline project?
Air flow is very important for any trampoline system. If there isn’t proper air flow the “bounce” will not be what you want it to be. Without proper air flow the bounce will be diminished because proper air flow leads to better bounce.
Because we understand the importance of proper air flow, we have designed a spring pad that allows the air to flow around the inside and the outside of the spring pad. When you jump on a trampoline, the pad lifts slightly, and no air escapes. When you land, the air flows between the in-ground trampoline pit and outside of it.
In 2015, because we understood the importance of air flow to the experience of your rebounding on an in-ground trampoline, we introduced a high performance, anti-slip, jump mat. This jump mat has 15X greater air flow. The air flows between the springs and the jump mat’s surface. This increase of air flow gives the trampoline a bigger, more high performance style bounce. This means you bounce higher and land softer.
If you’re thinking of adding an in-ground trampoline to your backyard for your children or for your own exercise routine, give us a call and make the investment in our complete In-Ground Trampoline system.