Trampoline Court is Defined As:

An area comprising one or more institutional trampolines or a series of institutional trampolines. A trampoline intended for use in a commercial or institutional facility. (ASTM F2970-13) This includes, but is not limited to:
 
Foam Pits - A single trampoline or series of trampolines that dismount into a common pit would collectively be considered one trampoline court.
Basketball - A single trampoline or series of trampolines that have a basketball element within the devise use zone would collectively be considered one trampoline court.
Dodgeball - A single trampoline or series of trampolines that are used for playing dodgeball would collectively be considered one trampoline court.   (Note:  Some facilities contain two or more distinct/separate dodgeball courts. Each distinct/separate court should counted as one court.
Air Bags - A single trampoline or series of trampolines that dismount into an inflatable air bag would collectively be considered one trampoline court
Chambered Trampoline - (Jump Shot) A small commercial trampoline unit that consist of one or more individual stations and employs individual chambers divided with small mesh netting to control or direct the descent of a patron.


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