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The following is a guide to questions and answers about air track products.
No. This is perfectly normal. Generally, the internal thread pulling will cause the air track to bump. However, this does not affect the performance of the air rail.
Is it normal for them to bottom out when we use the air track?
This is also normal. Most air tracks are 4-8 inches thick. When using them, they may bottom out if the athlete blocks or bounces with a lot of force. This is why we recommend that you do not use these air tracks alone on hard surfaces.
What should I do if the air track becomes soft the next day?
You must check your equipment daily and fill it with air if necessary. Many factors come into play over a 24-hour period, including heat and cold and changes in the air pressure system. The device may also become softer with heavy use (as bicycle tires become softer after heavy use). With this in mind, your device may be slightly softer at the end of an intense workout.
What if it gets soft after an hour or two?
This phenomenon is not normal. First you need to test the valve. Make sure it is in the "closed" position. If your device leaks air when you remove the hose from the valve, the valve is not in the closed position. You want to make sure the valve is closed and re-inflated. Next, look inside the valve. Is there some gas coming out of the bottom of the valve? This will allow the air track to slowly leak gas. If the air track continues to get soft quickly: re-inflate the unit. Spray the unit with some soapy water (mild liquid dish soap with water). Start at the valve area, then move to the seam, then Velcro (if applicable), and continue around the unit. If an area produces a continuous bubble, then that area is where the breakage occurred.
Where to buy good quality air tracks?
Kameymall is a large online shopping platform, if you want to buy a good quality air track, you are welcome to buy it from Kameymall.
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