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Bouncing with Trampoline Springs

The trampoline bed is attached to the metal frame through coiled springs. These springs give the fabric its elasticity, which allows jumpers to bounce as high as they please. However, the number of springs used with respect to the trampoline size is very important because you are not only buying the trampoline; you are also buying its bouncing capability.

Therefore, when choosing a trampoline, you need to consider its size and the number of springs that comes with it and don’t forget to use the trampoline nets. These characteristics have a huge effect on the bouncing capability of your trampoline. Trampolines with the most number of springs have the best bounce. Of course, the springs must also be at the longest length available.

Because trampoline springs can also suffer from tear and wear, they need to be replaced as soon as possible. So, if you notice even a slight wear on the springs such as red oxidation on any part or if a “powdery white” substance appears, the springs need to be replaced. The white substance is a sign that the springs are starting to rust. Springs that have also lost a lot of coil tension should also be replaced in order to regain a better bounce.

Replacing trampoline springs is not only to get a better bounce but for safety as well.  Jumpers can be injured or even die if they jumped when a spring or springs broke. Trampoline springs are easy and inexpensive to replace, so you should not have second thoughts replacing them. Better safe than sorry, as the saying goes.

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