Table tennis, also known as ping pong, is a popular sport that requires the use of specialized equipment. One of the most important pieces of equipment is the rubber sheet used in the paddle, which affects the level of rotation, speed and overall play. The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) approves certain types of rubber for use in official tournaments, and these usually have the ITTF emblem on their base. A rubber sheet is composed of an optional sponge base layer with a rubber top layer containing nuggets. The nuggets on the top sheet can be oriented inward (against the sponge) or outward (to make contact with the ball).
If there is no sponge layer, the nuggets should be facing out. With so many different varieties of table tennis rubbers available, it can be difficult for players to decide which ones to use. The optimal range for synthetic rubber, excluding synthetic natural rubber, is 10 to 20 parts by weight. If the amount of synthetic rubber is less than this range, rebound resilience tends to decrease. On the other hand, rubber strength and durability decrease when the amount of synthetic rubber increases from this range. In general, table tennis balls are made of celluloid and are alternately placed on a racket (table tennis racket) on a table (ping-pong table) with a net in the center.
All suppliers specializing in table tennis equipment classify their tires, so as long as you choose a rubber from the right category, you can be sure that it will be the right one for you. When selecting table tennis rubbers, it's important to consider your playing style. Different rubbers are designed to complement different playing styles, so it's important to choose one that matches your style. It's also important to make sure that the ITTF logo appears on your tires. At one time, players used rubber of the same color on both sides of the racket but with two different types of rubber. This made it difficult for opponents to know what kind of turn was being given to the ball.
Nowadays, players can choose different colors for each side of their racket. Table tennis rubbers deteriorate over time, so they need to be changed at regular intervals. It's best not to try too many different rubbers until your standard improves to a high level. Most gummies with pimples have different sponge thicknesses underneath, but there are some that don't have any sponge underneath and are known as OX (orthodox).To test a rubber sheet's resilience, hold a ping pong ball against it for 60 seconds and then lift the table tennis racket with the ball facing down. The retention time until the ping-pong ball falls from the surface of the rubber composition for table tennis rackets can then be measured.