The three types of trampoline padding
The Etan Premium trampoline safety pads have three variants: regular, combi, and inground pads. The differences between these trampoline pads are primarily found in the length and material of the sleeve that covers the trampoline frame. For example, combi safety pads have a sleeve of about 6 centimeters. The reason for this, is that this way there is enough space left so that the external trampoline net can still fall over the trampoline padding and between the extension part of the safety net. In addition, you also have an inground trampoline pad. This safety pad has a long sleeve where a piece of breathable mesh is attached at the bottom. This breathable mesh ensures that the air, which moves during jumping, can move up and down optimally without affecting the jump. Finally, there are the regular trampoline safety pads. These pads are made for the standard trampoline you know from the past. These trampolines could still be sold in those days without a safety net, and because of that, they have a long sleeve on the outside of the padding.
What are the Etan Premium trampoline safety pads made of?
All Etan Premium trampoline frame pads are made of extra strong 630 mg German PVC. This material is extremely strong, and compared to what the competition uses, the number 1. This PVC ensures that virtually no cracks or holes can be made in the trampoline pad. This trampoline padding is filled with foam that optimally cushions a possible fall. In order to use the best possible foam for these high-quality pads, the foam is imported from Croatia where it is made according to European production standards. All in all, the Etan Premium trampoline safety pads are an investment that will continue to pay for itself for the rest of your childhood. A trampoline pad that will last 5-7 years! Safety is our number one priority.
Frequently asked questions about
Trampoline jumping mat
s come in many different types, sizes, and qualities. Would you like to know which new trampoline jumping mat you need? Then you first need to know the following 3 things about your trampoline. 1. The diameter of the trampoline frame
, the outer size. 2. Then count the number of trampoline springs
accurately. 3. Determine the size of the spring, by removing the spring from the trampoline and measuring the spring from hook to hook. As soon as you have determined these three things you can enter them in the filter function. This will then show you the trampoline jumping mat you need. You can't quite get out now, can you? Then please contact
our customer service.
A trampoline jumping mat can last a long time. However, there is a big difference between the more expensive and cheaper models. Nevertheless, it is important to recognize when your trampoline jumping mat needs to be replaced or if it can still be replaced. Is there a hole in it that is smaller than a two-euro coin? This can often still be repaired. As soon as there are several holes in it, it is time to replace the mat to ensure safety. A crack in the jumping mat can often still be repaired if it is not too big. Do you doubt whether your jumping mat can still be repaired? Fill in the repair form
on the website and our expert will be happy to help you.
It is very important that you buy the right trampoline jumping mat to maintain and often even improve the jumping comfort of your trampoline. You can order an Etan Trampoline jumping mat through one of our partners. These can be found via our Dealer Locator
. You can also easily order a new trampoline jumping mat through our shop
Do you have a small hole in your trampoline jumping mat
? When we speak of a small hole then these are holes up to the size of a 2 euro coin. These are easy to repair yourself with a trampoline repair kit
. Always work on the underside of the jumping mat and remove the mat from the trampoline before repairing! To repair your trampoline jumping mat yourself you can use the manual provided or follow the next steps. 1. Cut the piece of the jumping mat to size to the hole of the trampoline jumping mat. 2. Then stitch the sides of the new jumping mat securely in place. 3. Topstitch a cross over the new jumping mat. The mat is now ready for use again. Have fun jumping!