How many gallons of water does an average clothes washer hold?
33 GALLONS AN AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD USES 13,500 GALLONS OF WATER PER YEAR TO DO 400 LOADS.
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Depends on tub
A large tree is capable of holding up to 100 gallons of water. Atree can also discharge this water, making room for more.
Other contributors have said: The average bathtub will hold 40 to 60 gallons when completely filled. A: Get a bucket that you know the size of (normal buckets hold up to… 4.5 gallons (18 liters)). Next time you fill the bath, fill it bucket by bucket. Then you will know how much water you have used. You can measure the shower in a slightly different way. Count how many seconds it takes to fill the bucket. Then time your normal shower. If it takes 60 seconds to fill a 5 gallon bucket and you take a 4 minute shower, you will use 20 gallons of water for your shower. That's a lot of water! A: . How many gal tub is it! . Or what size in inches is it, . Length 3-1/2' ? . wide 2' ? . water depth 1' ? . If so then some where < then 50 US gals A: Apparently, when comparing a bath to a shower, a bath is much more wasteful. To try it out, plug the drain and run the bathwater for 10 minutes (enjoy the bath). Next time you have a shower plug the tub and see how much is in the bottom after 10 minutes. A: The dimensions of a standard size bathtub are approximately: two feet wide, four and one-half feet long, and one foot deep. Simply multiply as follows to find the tub's volume in cubic feet: 2 x 4.5 x 1 = 9 cubic feet. Now one (1) cubic foot of space will hold 7.48051945 gallons of any liquid, so to find the tub's volume in gallons, one must simply multiply this decimal by its volume in cubic feet. The answer is as follows: 9 x 7.48051945 = 67.3 (rounded to the nearest tenth) Therefore, a bathtub with the dimensions described above will hold about sixty-seven gallons of water when completely full. A: 35 to 40 gallons for typical tub A: The average bathtub will hold 40 to 60 gallons when completely filled. A: Typically data on water conservation use a bathtub volume of 25 to 340 gallons for comparison with showers. Larger jetted tubs (whirlpools, jacuzzis, etc.) exist but these would be special cases.
The average swimming pool will hold about 16,000 gallons of water.This is true for a 2700 cubic foot pool.
You must specify the dimensions- area of base and height
For a Sedan (Car) approx 3 Gallons, for a truck or Suv, 5 gallons, it varies slightly depending on the size of the engine, (4 cylinder less, a V8 more), to know the exact amou…nt check your users manual, or contact the Manafacture.
actually a average kitchen sink holds 15-20 gallons depending on size L x W x H
About 20 pounds.
It all depends on the size of the lake because there are the grate lake which are really big and then there's smaller lake that are in peoples backyard
A bath tub can hold up to 210 gallon's of water at most. 50 gallons would be more than enough for people to soak in leisurely.
length X width by avg depth x 4.5 if a rectangle
A standard domestic bathtub will hold about 80 gallons of water.
This is hard to answer. First, the obvious disclaimers: hurricanes come from the small to the very, very large. Even a relatively benign category 1 hurricane, like Isaac (2012…), can cover a huge area; additionally, hurricane clouds generally top out significantly higher than most other storm clouds. I've seen estimates of 108 billion pounds which would come to roughly 50 billion kg., or 13 billion gallons. Personally, I think that's a bit on the low side. A solid hurricane can have tropical storm force winds (and presumably rainfall) extend well over a hundred miles from the eye; 4" (10 cm.) of rain from a hurricane I have to think would be a reasonable minimum for the area being covered. Simple math, then, gives us 4" x 100 mi. radius (squared) x 3.14 (pi)... (okay, converting to metric for ease): .1m * 160,000m * 160,000m * 3.14 = 8,038,400,000 -- and that's in cubic meters, which, since we're roughing this, comes to about 8 billion tons in both metric and English. Or two trillion gallons -- significantly more than NPR's estimate. My math may be wrong for some reason, but I'd be very interested in hearing their rationale.
1 gallon of space= 16 cups of space, regardless of what's in it.
Approximately 48,878,000 gallons.
\n. First of all, you don't want to put straight water into the cooling system, use a mix of 50% water and 50% coolant/antifreeze. Second of all, there are many different siz…ed radiators out there and they could hold anywhere between 3 qts to 6 qts or more. The entire cooling system could hold anywhere from 8 qts to 16 qts and maybe more depending on the vehicle. More info about your vehicle in question would help.