There is not such unit as a "liquid pound" (unlike a liquid ounce, which does exist). To go from a weight in number of pounds of a liquid to a volume in gallons, you need to know the density of the liquid.

One pound of steam condenses back to one pound of liquid water. Since one gallon of water weighs 8.337 pounds, simply divide the weight of the condensate by 8.337 to find out how many gallons of condensate you have.

To convert US gallons to liters, use this conversion: gallons x 3.78541 = liters To convert Imperial gallons to liters, use this conversion: gallons x 4.54609 = liters

Multiply the gallons by 4 to convert to quarts. Then compare. Multiply the gallons by 4 to convert to quarts. Then compare. Multiply the gallons by 4 to convert to quarts. Then compare. Multiply the gallons by 4 to convert to quarts. Then compare.

To convert from US Gallons to Liters, multiply the number of Gallons by 3.7854 To convert from UK Gallons to Liters, multiply the number of Gallons by 4.54609188.