For trampoline equipment, one week's routine inspection can be carried out, and the major parts of the trampoline are inspected and maintained for half a month to one month. The specific approach is:
1.Spring inspection (300,000 times of use): Whether there is any deformation; whether there is rust; in the static state of the spring, the spring can continue to be used without stretching. If the spring is stretched, it means the service life has expired and needs to be replaced;
2.Check the bungee surface: Whether there are cracks on the bungee surface, whether it is off the line, whether the magic tape splicing is incorrectly spliced and not aligned;
3.Trampoline soft pad: Whether the surface is broken or cracked, whether the tailor is off the line, whether the sponge in the soft bag is shifted (there is a shift to open the zipper to rearrange it neatly), whether the soft bag and the Velcro seam are moved out of alignment (If the movement is not aligned, re-paste the alignment and pull neatly).
4.Steel frame inspection: Whether the screws at the fixing place are loose and whether the steel pipe is broken.
5.Sponge pool: clean up once a month, remove all the sponge blocks, clean the dirt underneath, and scrub the protective pad under the pool.
6.Between the wall and the equipment: Check whether there is any wall material falling off at the link.
7.Seine: Whether the net is loose or broken.
In the case of undiscovered abnormalities, it can be actually determined according to the on-site passenger flow, which can shorten the maintenance time.