How do you calculate gallons in an L shaped pool?
You can find the volume of a rectangular swimming pool in gallons by multiplying the length by the width by the average depth in feet by 7.48. The formula to find pool volume in gallons is thus: volume = length × width × depth × 7.48.
How do you calculate gallons in an irregular shape?
All we need to do is multiply width by length by depth. However, most pools are irregularly shaped and/or have depth changes. To calculate water volume for rectangular or square pools with a varied depth, you need to multiply width by length by the average depth.
How do I calculate the Litres in my pool?
From edge to edge, measure the length and the width of your oval pool. Multiply the length and the width by pi (3.14) divide the result by 4, then multiply the result by the average depth. Take the result of that and multiply by 28.31 to get the volume of your pool in litres.
How many gallons is a true L pool?
How do I figure out how many gallons are in my pool?
Length x width x average depth x 7.5 = volume (in gallons) Length times width gives the surface area of the pool. Multiplying that by the average depth gives the volume in cubic meters. If you’d like to find the pool volume in gallons, multiply your results by 7.5, as there are 7.5 gallons for each cubic foot.
How do I figure out how many gallons my round pool is?
Round pool: Take the Diameter times Diameter, times the average depth, times 5.9. For example, for an 18 ft. pool 4 ft. high you would multiply 18 x 18 = 324.
How do I figure out how many gallons My pool is oval?
Oval pool: Take the length time’s width, times the average depth, times 5.9. For example, for an 11′ x 30′ pool 4 ft. high you would multiply 11 x 30 = 330. Then 330 x 4 = 1,320.
How many Litres is my pool?
|24 x 12 x 4||7.2 x 3.6 x 1.2||30,000|
|30 x 15 x 4||9.0 x 4.4 x 1.2||48,000|
|30 x 15 x 5||9.0 x 4.5 x 1.5||60,000|
|34 x 17 x 5||10.0 x 5.0 x 1.5||75,000|
How do you measure a lazy L pool?
With the pole parallel to the ends of the pool and the string vertical (allow no slack in the string), measure the distance from the edge of the pool (water’s edge) to the end of the pole where string is attached.