The best way to know if a Padel or tennis ball is suitable to be played with, would be to puncture with a pressure gauge and see that the ball has the one recommended by the manufacturer.
There is an official padel regulation collected by the International Federation.
This regulation talks in one of its parts about Padel balls and their technical characteristics.
Padel balls usually have a pressure between 11 – 14 PSI. A Padel ball dropped from a height of 2.54 m must bounce between 1.35 and 1.45 m.
This is more or less the measurements that the ball must have to be in perfect playing condition.
How to recover the pressure of the Padel balls?
The best way to recover the pressure of the Padel balls, will be using one of our pressurizing container.
It is a very simple system to increase the internal pressure inside the container, around the balls and thus generate a pressure balance (internal / external), and through a chemical process called Osmosis, a gas exchange will take place… In this way, the lost pressure of the balls is recovered and extend the useful life.
How long do Padel balls last?
In the world of Padel and tennis there are factors that will make a ball wear more or less, depending on the use we give it.
In the video that we have made below, you will see only when taking the balls out of the can, the pressure they lose.
Factors that influence the loss of pressure of the balls:
The cold / heat, the altitude, the level of play, the sport that is practiced Tennis / Padel, the assiduity, the level of play, number of impacts, the quality of the rubber and the surface on which the sport is practiced generate a stress to balls that increases or decreases the number of times it can be recover and used.