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Of what quality are the Etan Xchange trampoline jumping mats?
The biggest differences between the Etan Premium trampoline jumping mats and the Etan Xchange trampoline jumping mats are mainly found in the sizing and triangle system. For example, the dimensions of the Etan Premium jumping mats are based on Etan’s own Premium line of trampolines.
For the Etan Xchange trampoline jumping mats, we look at popular sizes of trampolines with common dimensions and specifications. For example, trampolines of other brands often have springs with a length of 14 cm. Also, the Classic line of Etan that was very popular a few years ago is part of the Etan Xchange trampoline jumping mats line. Besides the 14 cm trampoline springs, the Etan Xchange jumping cloths are also made for trampolines with a spring length of 16,5 cm.
All Etan Xchange trampoline mats are available for classic and common trampoline sizes. The 08ft trampolines, 10ft trampolines, 12ft trampolines and the 14ft trampolines.
Etan Premium triangles and Etan Xchange trampoline jumping mats are different?
Also, check out our Etan Premium trampoline jumping mats with Etan’s unique diamond system. But what does Etan’s Diamond system actually mean? Imagine; you are a child of 25 kilograms and of course, like everyone else, you want to make the highest jumps. Only the steel trampoline springs are too stiff to make good jumps. This is a problem that often occurs with parents who choose a trampoline 366 or trampoline 427. These trampolines are so big that it can be difficult to stretch all 80 or 96 trampoline springs at once. This is where the Diamond System comes in.
Classic trampoline triangles are made of steel coated with zinc. These steel triangles are dipped in a bath of zinc which makes them ‘stainless’. However, the triangles are sensitive to frost and will lose their zinc coating over the years. This can then lead to rust. This causes the triangles to become brittle and may eventually break.
The triangles of the Etan Premium trampolines are made of plastic. They are completely rust and frost resistant. In addition, these triangles have different openings. Namely around a round and oval opening. Because these are attached alternately to the jumping cloth, the springs are stretched in two turns. With a fraction of a second difference, in a 14ft trampoline, first one of the 48 springs is stretched and then the other 48 springs. In this way, even the smallest jumper can make the highest jumps.