Trampoline Replacement Parts Overview
Trampoline replacement parts have lots of names, read below an overview of the main parts of a trampoline.
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Enclosure: An enclosure is the shape of the ring/perimeter that surrounds the edge of the trampolines. These are used with enclosure nets.
Enclosure Net: A trampoline enclosure net is a trampoline accessory that significantly reduces the chance of falling off and frame impact injuries by providing a mesh that catches jumpers if they move too close to the edge.
Enclosure Poles (Upper & Lower): The enclosure poles are part of the overall enclosure and come in Upper and Lower poles. These are metal poles that help support the enclosure and enclosure net.
Frame Pad: Thick padding that goes over the springs of the trampoline jump mat and protects feet from getting pinched.
Protection Foam: Cushion that can be installed around enclosure poles
Jump Mat: This is where all the fun happens. The mat is what players will bounce on.
Metal Frame: This is the outer frame of the trampoline.
V-Rings: Rings that connect the springs and their hook ends to the jumping mat.
Springs: Strong coils that connect the v-rings to the metal frame.