Delivery, installation and maintenance of entertainment and custom inflatable products
Learn more about the delivery, installation and proper maintenance of entertainment and / or inflatable equipment.
Transportation of inflatable goods
Our inflatable equipment and accessories are CIF carriers shipped from our factory in AnHui,China. We use the services and delivery services of major common carriers and freight forwarders for foreign orders.
All costs and expenses related to transportation (including insurance, customs fees, duties, taxes, etc.) shall be borne by the buyer. Generally, unless the buyer makes other arrangements, we will charge the freight.
Unless otherwise agreed in writing, the insurance cost of the goods will be borne by the buyer. Unless requested by the buyer, we shall not be responsible for the valuation of the goods, and the cost shall be borne by the buyer.
If we have paid in full for the entire order, we may authorize partial shipment of the order to facilitate the earliest delivery.
The buyer must check whether the package is damaged before signing the bill of lading. If the packing is damaged, the buyer shall refuse shipment or indicate on the delivery receipt (bill of lading) for further claim evaluation. Any shipping claim must be submitted to the shipping company immediately.
This is an abbreviated list of our terms and conditions. For a complete list, please download our terms and conditions.
We estimate delivery dates based on current and expected plant loads and expected shipping dates.
Although we will try our best to provide accurate delivery time, we are not responsible for the delay of delivery.
For more information about delivery, please download our terms and conditions.
How to install inflatable
Your inflatable device will come with complete setup, disassembly, cleaning and storage instructions. However, here are some general guidelines for getting started:
Where to set up inflation equipment
Be sure to place the inflatable device on a flat ground, which is free of anything that could pierce the fabric, such as rocks, sticks and tree cones. Place the blanket on the ground below the inflatable device, and make sure that after the inflatable device is fully inflated, the power cord and trees above it should be away from the ground.
Move the inflator carefully. Do not drag it onto a rough surface or sharp object, otherwise it may tear.
How to set inflation
Unfold and unfold the inflator and connect the blower to the port. The port is usually located on the back or side of the inflator. If there are other ports, please rotate the material clockwise and tie it to the port, or use a rope to close the other ports. Close all compartments with zipper or Velcro.
Use one or more 14 (or thicker) extension cables up to 100 feet in length to power the blower. Each blower uses a 20 amp fuse or a 110 volt socket. (using wires that are not thick enough will damage the blower.)
Turn on the blower. Make sure no air escapes from the vent or port and check that the port to the blower is not twisted. Pile at 45 degrees on all four corners of the inflator. Strapping is used for larger inflatable equipment.
How to remove the inflatable device
Remove scattered debris by sweeping or vacuuming inside. Use the vacuum slit tool to enter narrow spaces and seams. Turn off the blower and disconnect it from the inflator to ensure that no one is in or near the inflator. Open the flaps, vents and ports of any Velcro or zipper to deflate the inflator.
How to clean the inflatable
Clean the inflatable device after each use. It’s still the easiest thing to do when you inflate. After removing debris, apply cleaning products. Be sure to check the manufacturer’s recommendations before use. Some cleaning products are designed to be used with vinyl, while others may cause damage.
After cleaning the inflatable material, disinfectants (such as Lysol or Clorox spray) are used to kill the bacteria and bacteria that still exist on the surface.
How to store inflatable items
Store the inflatable device in a cool place to prevent it from being damaged by heat or direct sunlight.
Make sure that the inflatable is completely dry before storage. Moist aerated materials can become moldy and moldy, causing bad smell and health problems. Mold can also permanently stain Vinyl Fabrics.
If you have any questions about entertainment inflatable equipment, please contact us.