You can get a device to measure this at your pool shop at very little cost
They mean the top of the water
Gallons. Liters or cubic meters will also work.
Grams is a measure of weight so you would not use that. If you measure the depth, width and length of the pool in metres, you will be able to calculate the volume in litres.Every stere (cubic metre) is 1,000 litres.
With a ruler.
Pretty sure AquaChek salt strips are best to measure salt level or you can automatic salt water chlorinator for your pool. which automatically add salts to your water depending on water level.
depends on the size of the pool
Fill a cylindrical pool (a pool with vertical sides) with water and measure the level of water in it. Sumberge the human body and measure the level of water. Volume of body = increase in volume in pool = area of cross section of pool * increase in height of water. The pool need not be cylindrical, but being so makes the calculations simpler.
How much water in a 48inch 12foot round pool
well really you can't measure how much water is in a water vapor because its so tiny and its impossible for you to measure how much water is in a water vapor well really you can't measure how much water is in a water vapor because its so tiny and its impossible for you to measure how much water is in a water vapor
Depends on the size of the pool.
It depends on how big your pool is.
Yes, the pool can over-flow.
It depends on the size of the pool.
To measure the 3D volume:# measure the length and width of the pool (in cm)# measure the depth of the pool (also in cm)# multiply the three together (the answer will be in cm3)*The answer won't be exact, as your pond probably isn't cube-shaped. It should be quite close though.*Note: 1cm3 = 1ml
It all depends in the relative humidity of the air at the time. If you suspect that you are loosing more water then you should. Put a bucket of water next to the pool or even better on the top step of the pool to keep it the same temperature. Mark the water level in it. then mark the water level of the pool. Leave them both alone for a couple of days. Measure the amount of water that has evaporated out of the bucket. if it is les then the amount evaporated out of the pool then you have a leak some where Either in the pool or the piping or filtration system.
Kiloliters or gallons depending on sizeo f the pool.
in feet,example:if the side of the swimming pool says 4ft the length of the swimming pool would be 4 feet
If your pool water is ever milky you have too much or not enough chlorine
i think its galloons
depends on the size of the pool.