Everything You Need To Know About Body Inflation Commercial

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Body inflation can be a fun and thrilling experience for some, but it can also be very uncomfortable. It’s important to know what you’re getting into before you hop in the tube, so here are some things to know before you go.

Body inflation commercial is a process by which air or another gas is pumped into your body until it expands to the desired size. There are many factors to consider when pumping, like how fast or slow the inflation should take place, and whether an event or session will have an end time. Some body expander manufacturers use a single ‘cuff’ to inflate the body, but the process of body inflation is not the same. With an inflated body, you can expect to share air with thousands of others through your lid when combining multiple inflatable suiters. Wear accordingly in high-traffic areas, and do not inflate your body in places where there is likely to be a lot of activity.

Body inflation can also become uncomfortable when too much pressure is applied. In order to prevent this from happening, most manufacturers recommend different amounts of pressure for various lengths and depths.

Everything You Need To Know About Body Inflation Commercial :

1. The Process of Body Inflation

Body expander manufacturers recommend different methods and pressures for different lengths and depths, but the process of body inflation can be broken down into four stages: pre-inflation, inflation, internal pressure release, and deflating. These four steps take place in order to achieve maximum comfort.

Pre-Inflation – This step involves expanding the material just before it is put on a person. Empty space needs to be removed or reduced so that the body can fit properly. Next, the pre-inflated suit is stretched onto a person’s body so that it is comfortable but not loose in any direction. For a single-cuff body expander, the cuff is then inflated to the recommended pressure. Next, the neck and lid are filled if applicable. For those with a double-cuff body expander, the second cuff will be inflated at this time as well.

This step involves expanding the material just before it is put on a person. Empty space needs to be removed or reduced so that the body can fit properly. Next, the pre-inflated suit is stretched onto a person’s body so that it is comfortable but not loose in any direction. For a single-cuff body expander, the cuff is then inflated to the recommended pressure. Next, the neck and lid are filled if applicable.

2. Inflation

The inflation process begins once the body expander is comfortably placed on a person. Attendants can then begin inflating the expander to its optimal size, either in sections or at once.

The inflation process begins once the body expander is comfortably placed on a person. Attendants can then begin inflating the expander to its optimal size, either in sections or at once. Each manufacturer has a different recommendation for inflation. Some recommend that the neck be filled first, followed by the main body area and finally the lid, for example. This ensures that you have an even amount of pressure throughout your body when it comes time to deflate and remove your suit.

3. Internal Pressure Release

When the maximum size has been reached, internal pressure will be removed by a release valve (if present) or by cracking or popping of seams. The neck and lid should be filled last during the inflation process to prevent them from being released too quickly. Too much pressure in these areas is uncomfortable and can cause injury, like popping blood vessels and rupturing organs.

4. Deflating/Removing Your Body Inflation Commercial Suit

After you’ve reached your desired size, you can go about removing your body expander with proper care for your suit, as well as etiquette for other body inflation enthusiasts who need to share equipment with you.

When the maximum size has been reached, internal pressure will be removed by a release valve (if present) or by cracking or popping of seams. The neck and lid should be filled last during the inflation process to prevent them from being released too quickly. Too much pressure in these areas is uncomfortable and can cause injury, like popping blood vessels and rupturing organs.

How long the body inflation session lasts depends on the manufacturer’s recommendation for your given expander type. Many manufacturers recommend priming once an hour during a session, but you should follow their specific instructions for your personal body expander regardless of how long it will take.

Once the expander is adequately primed, you can begin removing the suit. Some manufacturers recommend that you remove your body expander in a bathtub or large container filled with water. 

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