Frequently Asked Questions
Custom inflatable tents come in a range of sizes to suit various events and promotional needs. While specific sizes can vary based on the manufacturer and the level of customization, here are some common dimensions you might find for custom inflatable tents:
10' x 10' (3m x 3m): This size is popular for smaller events, trade shows, and exhibitions. It provides a compact and portable space for branding and promotions.
13' x 13' (4m x 4m): Slightly larger than the standard 10' x 10', this size offers a bit more space for branding, product displays, and customer interactions.
Keep in mind that the above dimensions are just examples of common sizes. Custom inflatable tents can often be made to your specific requirements, allowing you to choose the size that best fits your event or promotional needs. When ordering a custom inflatable tent, discuss your size preferences with our sales team. They can help you select the optimal dimensions based on the available space at your event, the number of attendees, and the type of activities you plan to host inside the tent.
Our inflatable tents' aerodynamic design is meticulously handcrafted using only high-quality materials and industry-leading construction standards, allowing it to resist winds of up to 35 mph (when properly tied down and weighted). Custom inflatable tents are generally designed to withstand moderate windy conditions, but their performance in windy weather can depend on a couple of factors: Anchoring and Stabilization: Properly anchoring and stabilizing the inflatable tent is essential for its stability in windy conditions. Inflatable tents come with anchor points so you can tie down and secure them to the ground or other fixed structures. Wind Breaks and Sidewalls: Inflatable tents come with optional sidewalls that can provide additional protection against wind and weather elements. While custom inflatable tents can handle moderate winds, it's essential to consider the wind conditions of the event location and take appropriate precautions. Inflatable tents may not be suitable for use in very high winds or severe weather conditions. If strong winds or inclement weather are expected, it's advisable to take the following precautions: Position the inflatable tent in a sheltered area, away from direct exposure to strong winds. Use additional weights or sandbags to further stabilize the tent. Securely anchor the tent to the ground or nearby structures. If wind conditions become unsafe, deflate and store the inflatable tent to prevent damage. Always use common sense when assessing the safety of using the inflatable tent in windy conditions. If you're unsure about its suitability for specific weather conditions, consult with our team for further guidance.
To get an accurate estimate of the turnaround time for a specific custom printed inflatable tent order, it's best to consult with our sales team. They can provide you with a more precise timeline based on your unique requirements and the current production schedule. If you have a specific event or deadline, be sure to plan ahead and place your order well in advance to allow sufficient time for production, shipping, and any potential adjustments or changes that may be needed. Our standard production lead times for inflatable tents are 10-12 days. If you require a quicker turnaround time, please contact our sales team and we will see what we can do.
Our inflatable tents weigh just under 30 lbs and can be transported and set up by one person. Each personalized tent inflates in approximately 1-2 minutes.
The package for custom inflatable tents includes the following items: One custom dome tent canopy top One inflatable TPU tent frame One carry bag for easy transportation and storage One tie-down and rope set for securing the tent One inflator/deflator pump to inflate and deflate the tent efficiently
Inflatable custom tents work by utilizing air pressure to create a stable and rigid structure. These tents are made from durable and airtight materials, such TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane), that can hold air inside without leaking. The basic working principle of inflatable custom tents involves the following steps:
Inflation: To set up the inflatable custom tent, you first need to inflate it. This is typically done using an electric pump, manual pump, or air compressor. The inflation process involves filling the tent's chambers or tubes with air until it reaches the desired air pressure.
Air Retention: Once inflated, the tent's airtight material prevents air from escaping, maintaining the tent's shape and structure. The tent remains stable and rigid as long as the air pressure is maintained inside.
Stability and Support: The pressurized air inside the tent creates a rigid framework that gives the structure stability and support. Inflatable tents often have multiple chambers or tubes that work together to form a strong and sturdy frame.
Tie-Down and Anchoring: After inflation, the tent is secured to the ground using tie-downs and ropes. Some inflatable tents have anchor points or D-rings that allow you to secure them to the ground using stakes or weights.
Usage and Functionality: Once fully set up and anchored, the inflatable custom tent is ready for use. It provides a covered and sheltered space suitable for various activities, such as events, promotions, exhibitions, parties, or outdoor gatherings.
Deflation and Storage: When you are done using the inflatable tent, you can deflate it by releasing the air through the inflation valves. The tent can then be folded or rolled up and stored in a compact carry bag until the next use. The inflatable design of these custom tents makes them easy to set up and take down, and they are highly portable and lightweight compared to traditional tents with rigid frames. Additionally, inflatable custom tents offer the advantage of branding opportunities, as the tent's canopy and walls can be fully customized with logos, graphics, and colors to suit the user's branding or promotional needs.