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Testing was carried out in two
QLD locations in 2005 and 2006

CHILD SAFETY ALERT

The Government Standards

7 STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY

7.1 Air pressure

The minimum air pressure inside the device shall in all cases be sufficient to give a firm and reliable footing and adequately support the superstructure.

Playing areas, platforms, steps and ramps shall support the weight of the largest (heaviest) user for whom the inflatable is designed without grounding. When tested in accordance with the method in Appendix c, the appropriate weight shall remain spported by the inflatable at each test point.

Containing walls and towers shall be strong enaugh to contain the largest user for whom the inflatable is designed.

The inflatable device shall support itself and any attachments included in the design under all operational load conditions.

Don't Get Trapped

Safety Advice for Inflables with Netted Walls
DO NOT jump against the sides.

  • No way for kids to safely bounce against walls
  • No protection against strong wind
  • No solid structural support
  • No consistency in netting quality and density
  • No rain protection

“In my experience with over 10,000 inflatable rentals every year, I have never seen an inflatable with netted walls that could support 8-12 kids bouncing in and around the walls. You have the choice!”

Keep your kids SAFE with our Fully Inflated Walls