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The container you have chosen, despite being compatible, cannot be fully pressurized.

This can be due to two causes:

Either, within the compatible brands, you are using one of the containers that are wider, or it belongs to the group of 10% of compatible containers that present pressure losses.

To detect if it is the first case, look carefully at the opening of the flange before starting the pressurization. If it is greater than 3 or 4 mm, as shown in the container on the right in the photo, then it is very possible that there will be pressure losses after a few hours.

In the second case, we have to say that there are 10% of compatible containers with which pressure losses occur for reasons that are not very clear. It seems that it has to do with the depth of the impact notches that appear in the metal ring as a result of the manufacturing process, or because the ring could be deformed even though it is not noticeable.

In these two cases, you will have to discard the container and try another of the compatible brands. You will surely find one easily.

Open this photo to understand it better Ball Rescuer clamp


What container do you use? Have you tried changing it?

That container is not compatible. You have to use Head, Sioux, Softee, Víbora, Dunlop or Slazenger. Then you can put inside the balls of the brand you want.


# Problems with the sealing gasket

The device's sealing gasket is pre-lubricated with silicone grease. If over time you notice pressure losses, it is important that you re-lubricate the gasket by removing it from its housing and smearing it with silicone grease (not silicone) or, failing that, with Vaseline (Vaseline is less recommended because in the long run it attacks the rubber, but it works). You can buy silicone grease on our website www.ballrescuer.com

Here is a video showing the process.

Video "Sealing lubrication"

# Loses through flange slot

If it leaks from the flange groove, and you are sure that the boat you are using is a compatible boat, it is probably due to a lack of lubrication. You have to wait two or three minutes because at first it may be trapped air. The device that is upside down and without the valve cap.

If you have opened it after immersing it, you have to remove the gasket and dry everything well, housing included. Check that everything is dry. If there are drops of water it does not pressurize well.

# There is an air leak in the rubber of the drain button

On rare occasions, either because the rubber is a bit hard at first or because it is in poor condition (less than 1% of the time), leaks can occur from the empty button.

To check, pressurize the container with balls inside to 3o psi. With a dropper, syringe, teaspoon or similar, completely fill the annular space of the button with water, as shown in the photo.

If you watch for a minute or two and see any air bubbles coming out, the problem is there.

To solve it, on many occasions it is enough to disassemble the rubber, squeeze it for one or two minutes with your fingers and reassemble it. This makes it more flexible and fits better, with which the losses stop occurring.

As a first measure, do this and recheck by filling the annular space with water again. Before mounting, make sure that the button and the hole have been blown dry. Another method to better soften the rubber is, with the help of a pencil, push the arrowhead in and turn it over. It will look like a hat that you can mold more easily. Then you flip them over again and place it on the plunger.

If all of the above does not work, contact us immediately to send you a replacement rubber.

# Lose through the inflation valve

That is because the threaded shell that goes inside the valve will have loosened. Try tweezers or a tiny screwdriver. You will see a horizontal bar. Rotate it with the tool clockwise. It is quite possible that just doing that will suffice.

# You can lose by the pressure indicator

If this were the problem, the solution is also very simple. Most likely it is missing a bit of thread tightening.

If this is the case, pull it out completely and re-inflate the Ball Rescuer. If it no longer loses, put the indicator back on, tightening the thread a little more.


Recovering balls with little bounce is not easy. It takes quite a long time. The instruction sheet explains how you can do this. 

It can take between two and four weeks depending on the model. You have to be patient. Sometimes it is not even possible to achieve it. Ideally, start with a new bottle for optimal results, or purchase yet another device. 

However, if you want to try it, this video explains how to proceed.

Video "How to recover used balls


Hello, I bought the Ball Rescuer premium last week and I can't get it to hold pressure, I opened a new bottle of head pro s and the same thing happens to me.

I squeeze as hard as I can but I can't get him to hold the pressure.

What else can I do?

Thank you


Doesn't your pressure rise or doesn't it stay?

Hello, it does not hold, it lasts 2 hours+-


Unscrew the pressure gauge and try to inflate it without putting it on.

I don't understand,

The green marker, take it out, and then give pressure.

Ok I will see I did not know that it could be removed

I have removed it and put pressure on it.

I'll see in a bit.

The truth was quite loose.

That was the same.

In a couple of hours I'll look to see.


Hello, it finally holds the pressure, which I don't know if I should reassemble the pressure gauge by tightening it harder.


put it to see what happens

all ok It already holds the pressure with the threaded green spout.



This video shows how to close the lid correctly. 

Video "How to close the lid"

Video "How to use the Ball Rescuer"

Type Important: 

Balls recharge best at 28-30 psi. By putting more pressure, the only thing that is achieved is to shrink the pores of the rubber and less air enters, in addition to shortening the life of the pressurizer.


On this page you will find the basic operating instructions for the Ball Rescuer, and some tips for handling and maintenance.

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Ball Rescuer Pressurizer How to use

Here you will find the basic instructions to start using the device to pressurize tubes of tennis balls and paddle Ball Recorder.


How to properly close the Ball Rescuer pressurizer

If you have just purchased a Ball Rescuer pressurizer and want to know the best way to close it, be sure to watch this video.


Maintenance of the sealing gasket. Cleaning and lubrication.

This video shows how to lubricate the gasket. Lubrication is necessary for the joint to last longer and to prevent pressure loss. It is also necessary to lubricate the rubber of the emptying button.


Protocol of maximum efficiency for the pressurization of tennis and paddle balls

In this video we explain how to use the HIGH PRESSURE Ball Rescuer pressurizers to get the best possible performance from your balls depending on the number of games you play a week.


Regarding the compatibility of the containers, the first thing we have to say is that for safety reasons there are many brands of ball containers that cannot be pressurized with the clamp that is supplied with the device. Some of these brands are: Wilson, Bullpadel, Babolat, Tecnifibre, Nox, Artengo, Adidas and Varlion, although they are not the only ones.

What all these containers have in common is that the neck is very small. If we had designed the clamp for this type of container, there would be a great risk that when the assembly was pressurized, the clamp would escape and the canister would shoot out at full speed due to the pressure, with the consequent danger that this would entail.

Therefore, the compatible brands are those whose containers have a more pronounced neck, allowing them to be held by the clamp without danger of escaping. These marks are only the following:


They are few, but they are very established and it is relatively easy to get a container that can last you a year or more and store any other brand of balls.

However, to complicate things even more, not all the containers of these brands are pressurizable, that is something that also depends on the diameter of the container body, since it must be such that it allows the clamp to close completely or almost completely (it is admits a maximum opening of 3 mm) when putting the container inside (without the original pressurization seal and without putting on the Ball Rescuer lid).

The good news is that even so there are many models that can be pressurized and you only need to find one each year. Below we detail the packaging models that are best suited. We will be adding models when we test them.

100% compatible

    • Head Padel Pro
    • Head Padel Pro S
    • Head Padel
    • Head CS
    • Radical 4 ball head
    • 3 or 4 ball Head Championship
    • Siux Match
    • Siux Match Pro
    • Penn Coach

Compatible 95%

    • Dunlop Padel Tournament Quality
    • Dunlop Team Padel
    • Dunlop Pro Tour 3 and 4 ball
    • Dunlop Pro Coach 4 balls
    • Dunlop Tour Performance
    • Dunlop Stage 1
    • Slazenger Club Padel
    • Slazenger Championship Hydroguard (3 y 4 bolas)
    • Slazenger Max Padel
    • Slazenger (transparente sin distintivos)
    • Donnay Championship

All these containers are a little narrower and to be 100% compatible it will be necessary to increase the diameter with twenty or thirty turns of packing tape placed just below the indentation in the neck of the container.

Compatible brand models that cannot be pressurized or leak after hours:

    • Dunlop Tour Brilliance. The container body is too narrow and when pressurized it is off center with respect to the flange. To avoid this, wrap insulating tape to thicken the diameter until it fits the flange. Even so, it will be difficult to pressurize, better to choose another model.
    • Dunlop Pro Padel. It can be pressurized but it usually presents pressure losses.
    • Head Padel Pro. Wide containers cannot be pressurized, it can be measured with the flange before buying it.


Through these experiments we want to determine which models and brands of balls last the longest using a high pressure ball pressurizer like the Ball Rescuer. 

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What models and brands of balls last the longest?

Through these experiments we want to determine which models and brands of balls last the longest using a high pressure ball pressurizer like the Ball Rescuer. 


Exact factory pressure of the Head Padel Pro balls

Head Padel Pro new ball internal pressure measurement


Summary of measurements of the Head Padel Pro S balls


Exact factory pressure of the Head Padel Pro S balls.

New ball internal pressure measurement Head Padel Pro S


Summary of measurements of the Head Padel Pro S balls


Exact factory pressure of Artengo balls

Internal pressure measurement of new ball Artengo



Summary of ball measurements Artengo



Exact factory pressure of Siux Match Pro balls

Siux Match Pro new ball internal pressure measurement



Head Padel Pro ball measurement result

After 30 days of using the Ball Rescuer pressurizer this was the result of the internal pressure measurement



Head Padel Pro ball measurement result S

After 30 days of use of the Ball Rescuer pressurizer this was the result of the internal pressure measurement.



Demonstration of the effectiveness of High Pressure pressurizers vs screw pressurizers without valve

In this video, it is shown that screw pressurizers that do not have a valve and that work only at 15 psi do not recover the internal pressure of tennis and paddle balls and that therefore they are not effective.