Bounce House Safety: the Bottom Line - commercial bounce house

by:JOY Inflatable     2019-10-29
Bounce House Safety: the Bottom Line  -  commercial bounce house
Owners of inflatable amusement rental businesses have many options when buying new inflatable.
Prices are usually at the top of the list along with design and durability.
But is the purchase decision really affected by security considerations?
With the increase in insurance rates and the surge in the new backyard rental business, a closer look at security issues can provide competitive advantage and lower premiums.
Here are several key safety elements that each inflation should consider before making a purchase decision.
The government regulates that every state has its own rules and regulations for the use of inflatable devices.
On the most basic level, ask your manufacturer if their inflatable products meet or exceed the minimum standards in your state.
These usually include the requirement to have permanent signage built into the inflatable, as well as regulations on wind anchor and combustion.
New Jersey regulations are the strictest, so it might be a good idea to make sure your inflatable toys meet New Jersey standards.
You never know if your country will be the next country to adopt them.
Lead, vinyl material in paint and vinyl, is currently a huge problem with large and very public product recalls for children's products.
As part of the PVC manufacturing process, the vinyl used in most inflatable rides contains lead.
With the degradation of vinyl, dust can be formed on these surfaces to become an edible lead
Danger of poisoning
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is investigating
Based on the harm of the family, such
Cost stabilizer for vinyl mini blinds.
It is essential to ensure that there is no lead
Paint-based paint is used on your inflatable toy. This is a hot-
A button issue can break the transaction for your customers.
Another smaller consideration is the type of fabric used in vinyls.
Vinyl itself is not just a plastic, but a plastic coating placed on both sides of the fabric.
Fabric is a big factor in the strength and durability of vinyl.
Ideally, your manufacturer uses a weft base fabric.
The advantage of the weft substrate is that it is resistant to tearing or tearing, so if the vinyl is punctured, the hole does not expand into a large tear.
In fact, inflation can suffer many punctures without curbing inflation.
The plain vinyl is made from a fabric core and when punctured, it continues to tear along the texture of the fabric. Finger-
There is some sort of net on both sides of the secure NettingAll bounce house that allows parents and operators to monitor internal activity.
However, many manufacturers use one or 2 inch net.
A child in the process of jumping and jumping, can easily grasp the small fingers of such a size of the net, resulting in dislocation or fracture, and lead to the destruction of the event.
Check to make sure the mesh is thin enough that the little finger cannot be placed in the opening, but it is still easy to see through.
There's nothing more sad than seeing your bounce house sink and deflate in activity, except for potential safety hazards.
At the very least make sure your inflatable has a safety flap on the blower tube and it shuts off if the blower pressure stops.
This will greatly reduce the deflation rate and give you time to correct the blower problem or evacuate the inflation.
Consider using blower alarm systems such as watchdog blower siren (safe air system) or built-in tool blower as an additional stepin Watchdog.
A system like this will remind you that the airflow of the equipment will be interrupted whether it is from someone pulling out the wire or from a blower failure.
In fact, if you use a blower warning system on an inflatable device, some insurance companies offer a 5% discount.
SlidesSlides comes with all the safety issues of the bounce house, plus they also have some safety issues themselves due to the fact that modern slides can reach a really awesome height.
S. Consumer Product Safety Board (CPSC) has mandatory requirements for inflatable slides: inflatable rides require a sealed room to prevent the ceiling and walls from rapidly collapsing if the power of the blower fails.
CPSC security notice 20207-
0001,1, May 23) Unfortunately, this sealed chamber was not available on any slides at the time CPSC announced this.
Since then, some manufacturers have developed these safety chambers that can hold the slider upright and firm when the blower fails.
Be sure to ask if your manufacturer meets this requirement.
The parasol is another safety issue on the slide.
The real advantage is not to keep the kids away from the harsh sun, but to provide a roof --
Just like the obstacles at the top of the slide, let the kids not try to jump or flip the slide.
While the buffer air of the slide may not be likely to cause serious damage, it's totally another story if the child bounces or falls off the top of the slide!
The bottom line to ensure the safety of inflatable toys is correct, which also has good commercial significance.
Many insurance companies offer discounts on certain security features, all of which require basic regulatory security compliance.
Security can also give you an edge in the competition.
Imagine if your website or brochure has a sidebar that lists the security features detailed above and reminds your customers to make sure their rental company complies with all of these features.
Now imagine that your competitors don't list all the same security features and can't tell their customers that they have them.
Who do you think will get the customer's business?
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