DNA: Ball Saver - Pressurizer & Pump
Maintain & Restore Bounce
Delivery 2-3 Working days
You get 1 Ball Saver Pressurizer Tube & 1 pump with psi marking.
The DNA: Ball Saver is a pressurizer for PADEL BALLS and TENNIS BALLS.
KEEP THE INTERNAL PRESSURE & BOUNCE - PLAY LONGER WITH YOUR PADEL or TENNIS BALLS - until the felt/outside of the balls starts to wear off.
BUY LESS BALLS - BETTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT!!! - SPEND LESS MONEY - BETTER FOR YOU!!!
You can add maximum 8 balls in the inflatable tube, use the pump to put the right pressure (psi) in the tube (11psi Padel balls or 14psi Tennis balls).
When you immedialtely use the "DNA: Ball Saver - Pressurizer" with new balls they maintain perfect pressure, if your (older) balls need to be revived/restored with pressure, keep them in the tube for several days and/or increase the psi value to speed-up the process.
The padel ball must have an internal pressure of between 10psi and 11psi (4.6 Kg and 5.2 Kg per 2.54 square cm).
The ITF requires new tennis balls to have an internal pressure of 14psi (8.165kg per 2.54 square cm) when the seal is broken on the cannister during tournament play. Interestingly, tennis balls do not have a stipulated minimum pressure. That limitation is only stipulated in terms of the bounce test. I would guess that is to mitigate for temperature, atmospheric pressure, and court altitude.
BOUNCE HEIGHT TEST
The “tournament legal” padel ball needs to be able to bounce between 135cm and 145cm when dropped from a height of 254cm.
A “tournament legal” tennis ball needs to be able to bounce between 135cm and 147cm when dropped from a height of 254cm.
The diameter of a padel ball needs to be between 6.35cm and 6.77cm.
A tennis ball must have a diameter of between 6.54cm and 6.86cm. The additional diameter of a tennis ball is in direct proportion to being pumped to a higher pressure when new.
Where differences do occur it is in terms of internal pressure of the balls.
Here we are talking about 11psi maximum for PADEL BALLS and 14psi maximum for TENNIS BALLS.
This higher pressure stretches the tennis ball to a slightly bigger diameter.
That extra pressure also causes a new tennis ball to bounce just one inch higher in the official bounce test. However, both tennis balls and padel balls have the same stipulated minimum bounce height before being classified as flat.
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