It is becoming increasingly popular to install your trampoline in the garden at ground level by sinking it into the ground. This has a number of advantages, firstly a sunken trampoline is less visible so will be less obvious and will not spoil the look of your garden as much as it might do otherwise. Also, with a sunken trampoline you do not need a trampoline safety enclosure, which can look unslightly and saves money too. Secondly, there is less distance for people to fall off a sunken trampoline and injure themselves and thirdly younger children can play on the sunken trampoline without needing assistance in getting on it and with less risk of them falling off. Fourthly, you will not need to move the trampoline at intervals to avoid damage to the grass underneath or when cutting the grass.
“It’s not like a trampoline in your backyard and everybody does expect that when they come here, it is literally wall to wall trampolines,” Bremner said. “We have many other features at the park as well. We have ninja courses, we have jump pits, we have dodgeball on trampolines.”
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My name is Larry Dunn from Dallas Texas and I have a deep passion and love for trampoline.
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With this website, I will share his experiences and expertise advices on different factors to consider when deciding whether or not a trampoline is safe for you and your family.
|USA||ASTM F389-14||Covers the components, assembly, and use of consumer trampolines. It is intended to reduce the risks associated with the use of trampolines at home.|
|USA||ASTM F2225 - 013||Covers the performance and safety requirements for trampoline enclosures and addresses the manufacturing and assembly of components, maintenance and use.|
|USA||ASTM F2774-09||Covers standard practice for testing the quality of consumer trampoline mat material.|
|Europe||EN 13219:2008||Specifies functional and basic safety requirements for the use of gymnastic trampolines.|
|Europe||EN 71-14||Aims to reduce those hazards that may not be evident to users; This standard does not cover inherent hazards that should be obvious to consumers.|
|Australia||AS4989-2006||Covers minimum acceptable design standards and consumer information requirements. This standard is not mandatory and trampolines for sale in this region are not required to be compliant. This standard is currently under revision.|