-In order for a ball inflation system (also called ball pressurizer) to work properly, two conditions must be met:
To be able to develop sufficient pressure so that the air can pass through the rubber of the ball to inflate the balls (to give you an idea, this is approximately the same pressure as in car tyres).
It must be a 100% airtight system. Otherwise the air would escape and would not get inside the balls, it would not inflate them.
-The Pascal Box systems can generate a pressure of up to 48 PSI which is more than enough to inflate the balls and to do so carefully and without altering the structure of the ball in any way.
-And the most important thing, the pressure gauge is the signal device that tells you at all times that the system is airtight (no leaks and stable pressure) and that it is at the required pressure level.
-Without an accurate pressure measurement system, such as our unique and patented pressure gauge, which tells you at all times that the pressure is stable and at the right level, it is simply impossible to know if the system is working or if it is not doing anything at all.