Why airflow in your trampoline matters. Of all the things you’re thinking about when you’re considering buying an inground or above ground trampoline, airflow may not have been something you’d even thought to talk with a trampoline salesperson about.
What is airflow?
Airflow is important for every type of trampoline system — inground or above ground. If the trampoline doesn’t have proper airflow the trampoline jump mat will lose its bounce. The effectiveness of your inground trampoline will be diminished if the airflow around and beneath the trampoline hasn’t been properly accounted for.
Airflow is what helps create a great bounce.
What kind of airflow does the Inground Trampoline deliver?
The inground trampolines have a specifically-designed spring pad. The pad allows for proper airflow in and around the springs and the jump mat. When you jump on the trampoline, the pad lifts slightly and the air escapes.
Every time you jump, the air flows beneath the mat and the pit in which the inground trampoline sits. that allows the air to flow around the inside as well as the outside of the spring pad. While you jump the pad lifts slightly, allowing the air to escape.
At In-Ground Trampolines we designed a complete system that goes into the ground.
Why Air Flow In Your Trampoline Matters
At InGround Trampolines we sell only new, high performance, anti-slip, jump mats that provide great airflow. Air flows between the springs and through the jump mat surface. Increasing airflow gives the inground trampoline a higher bounce and better performance.
If this is the year you invest in an inground trampoline because you know it will be a fun addition to your backyard and a place where your child/athlete can practice at home, you will not be disappointed.
If you have any questions about trampolines — inground or above ground — give us a call! We can answer any other questions you have about a trampoline purchase — inground or above ground.