|Model Number||172 (Leaps & Bounds, aka The Big Baller)|
|Dimensions||39' x 22' x 10'|
|Inflation Fan Requirements||Two (2) 1.5 HP Blower (reverse air louver assembly)|
|Minimum Anchor/Tether Points||Eight (8)|
|Maximum Weight Restriction||275 lbs, each rider. 1,200 lbs, total.|
|Minimum Height Requirement||44", or 3'8"|
|Maximum Height Requirement||80", or 6'8"|
|Maximum Number of Participants||One (1)|
|Minimum Number of Trained Operators||One (1)|
|Total Weight of Unit||643 lbs|
The trained operator(s) should now perform an inspection of the attraction. It is strongly recommended that any parts of the inflatable showing any signs of wear or distress (worn seams, tears in the vinyl, broken zippers, etc%u2026) be given special attention and immediately sent back to United Inflatable Rides, and then Inflatable 2000, for repair or replacement (at owner's expense).
Trained operator(s) should be present at all times. Under no circumstances should or any inflatable be left unattended! During operation of the game, a minimum of one (1) trained operator should stand in front of the inflatable watching the entrance / exit, as you can view the entire game from the front of the inflatable. The trained operator(s) should point out and make customers aware of the posted warning sign on the front or side of the inflatable. Operator Operator(s) should keep all spectators at least 3' away from attraction.
Participants should be instructed to leave the unit in a calm and controlled manner if these situations occur:
The total deflation time on this unit is approximately five minutes. Should such an event occur, the trained operator(s) should advise the participants on an orderly exit and disallow new participants from entering the attraction until it is fully reinflated.
Inflatable 2000, Inc. has the exclusive rights to manufacture inflatable games and rides using the exclusive patented Zero Shock® technology.
For the first time ever, inflatable interactive games have transformed from a basic bounce house or slide to an interactive game with %u201Cmoving parts" that require special attention. Much like the shock absorbers in your car, the patented Zero Shock air bag system that is integrated into your game has similar shocks or tubes that offer a %u201Ccrumple" effect which absorbs the energy and impact in a similar fashion. These crumple tubes must be examined and inspected periodically and often. The way the Zero Shock system work effectively is by all of the crumple tubes working together in unison by being attached/secured to the top sheet of the air bag portion of the landing mattress. If even one (1) crumple tube is disconnected from the top sheet, the system can/will be unsafe and/or ineffective. Note: On the Leaps & Bounds aka The Big Baller, the most abuse or discord happens at the first ball where the patrons start the game. Most patrons first attempting the Leaps & Bounds will fall off near the perimeter of the first ball. This will be the most crucial portion of the game that you shall inspect the most thoroughly and most often. We recommend an inspection is completed before each use or rental.
The inspection procedure can be watched here, or you can use the 2D barcode:
Exploded view of the anatomy your Zero Shock air bag mattress
The trained operator(s) will instruct the first participant to climb the stairs to the top platform. Once the participant is ready, the jump / hop to the first round ball hoping to not fall off. Once to the first ball, the participant proceeds to the next and so on until they reach the end and hop onto the exit platform and slide down and out of the inflatable. Once the first participant is to the end, send the second participant on to play. Watch crowd control.
Step 1: Make sure there are no patrons on, inside or around the Inflatable 2000 unit prior to turning off the switch and unplugging the blowers.
Step 2: Before packing up any inflatable game, you should remove all accessories that may be applicable to game. Also be sure to use a quality broom and sweep the surface of the game free of any debris. Check to make sure that no sharp objects have fallen into the seams of the game, i.e. pens, pencils, etc%u2026 Items such as these can cause minor / major damage to the game during the rolling process.'
Step 3: Unplug the blower. As the game begins to deflate, go around and open all of the deflation flaps that may be located on sides or back of game. Allow the game to deflate to its natural state. Walls may have a tendency to fall outward. Depending on the inflatable, it could take from 5-15 minutes to deflate completely.
Step 4: Folding the game%u2026 You will need a second person or more to help fold the game. At this point, you will want to fold the game in thirds. Each helper will grab a corner and at the count of 3, you will both fold the game over. You may not get a perfect fold, so walk the game (shoes off) and try to line up so that both ends match. Repeat the same procedure for the other side. To help the air out of the inflatable, be sure that the blower tubes are facing out and walk the inflatable towards to blower tube to walk the air out if possible. Depending on the game, the game should be approx 3'-4' wide X whatever length applies.
Step 5: Rolling your inflatable%u2026 As noted above, you want to roll the inflatable so that the inflation tubes are extended out making it easy to walk the air out of the inflatable so the inflatable becomes pretty flat making for an easy roll. Roll your inflatable from the front to the back of game. 2 people should roll the game tight much like a sleeping bag. If you have a third persons help, have the third person walk inside of the roll, again helping the air escape and smash down any bumps of vinyl to ease in the rolling process. Be sure that your roll is straight on both sides and tight. As you come towards the end of the roll. Take the game strap and place it as far under the rolled inflatable as you can reach so that when the game is completely rolled, one helper can grab the end, another can grab the other end. Game straps may have an %u201CAlligator" mouth or a Dring to bring through to tie the game strap to the inflatable.
Step 6: With both persons helping, stand game on end. Place the storage bag over one end of the game and work down as far as you can to cover the entire inflatable. Rotate the game 180 degrees and pull the bag up over the top of the game. Tie the bag closed. Lay the game onto a four wheel dolly and roll it backwards to the storage area.
If there are any signs of wear on your inflatable game such as seam wear, zipper damage, top sheet damage, damage to the large balls, ripped webbing on crumple tubes or top sheet, please contact United Inflatable Rides, who will send the inflatable in for immediate repair.
Your inflatable is made of a PVC coated vinyl, is Flame Resistant and meets or exceeds National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) test method 1 and test method 2. The Flame Resistant material used will not be removed by washing.
Your inflatable is Flame Retardant and Phthalates free.
Your inflatable can be washed (while inflated) with water and a mild cleaner/ degreaser. Allow unit to dry completely before packing up so mildew / mold doesn't occur. Harsh cleaners or bleach should not be used.
If you have any questions or further assistance, you may call Inflatable 2000, Inc. at (626) 969-7780 / For emergencies, call (626) 926-5127 . Manufactured by Inflatable 2000, Inc. 207 N. Aspan unit 6, Azusa, CA 91702 USA.
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