763.6 gallons-6.2 gallons /cubic foot
Up to a maximum of 598.4 gallons of water.
27.429 gallons for each inch deep.
You would have to know how deep the tank is.
A round tank 36 inches wide and 10 feet deep holds 528 gallons.
20,304 gallons. I used on online volume calculator to get this answer.
This tank can hold up to 235.6 gallons of water.
That depends upon how deep and high it is.
A tank this size holds up to 3,004(3,003.967872) gallons.
This tank will hold up to about 4,858(4,857.979293) gallons.
2 244.15583 US gallons
It is 30 feet deep and contains 1.6 million gallons of water.
This size tank can hold up to 7,779.74 US gallons of water.
That depends on the size of the tank.
A round tank that is 6ft 6inches wide by 4ft deep holds 1,150 US gallons.
About 38.82 gallons for every inch deep .
209.52 gallons. Lx Wx H /231 = GALLONS
Multiply the number of cubic feet in the tank by 7.5 to find gallons.
This tank would hold up to 18.7 gallons.
A 20 Gallon tank can hold up to 20 gallons of water.
Assuming you mean inches, the tank will hold up to 104 gallons of water.
If you mean inches, the tank would hold up to 11.64 gallons of water.
Volume of the tank (V) = l*Pi*d = 6*Pi*2 ~= 37.699 ft3 1 ft3 ~= 7.481 gallons 37.699 ft3 * 7.481 gallons/ft3 ~= 282.03 gallons
Approx 39.6 Imperial gallons.
This tank can hold up to 149.61 gallons of water.