1 ft.3 (cubic) of water = 7.48 gallons How high is the pool? Is it 24 foot wide, 54 foot long and how deep? diameter x diameter x average depth x 5.9 = total gallons Allowing for the overflow/filter access, fill to 48" deep and use 13,000 gallons in a flat-bottomed pool.
Depends on the size of the pool.
To fill it the pool to a depth of three feet would require about 1,770 gallons of water.
Depends on the depth of the pool
It depends on the size of the pool.
depends how much you fill it up
Need to know the dimensions of the pool to tell you how much water it needs.
If you fill it to four feet deep, the total is 10,408 gallons of water.
Swimming pool sizes differentiate. It all depends on the size of the pool.
Length . . . . . how far from this end of the pool to that end of the pool.Area . . . . . how much tile to cover the whole bottom of the pool.Volume . . . . . how much water to fill the pool.
That depends on where you are and the price of water in your particular locality.
I can calculate how much water it will take to fill the pool but not the cost. The cost has to be determined by how much you pay for water where you live. The volume of the 24ft round pool x 5ft deep pool (assuming the dimensions given are inside dimensions) is 2,261.952 cu ft and will hold 16,921.662 gallons of water.
ours is 16x40 and it cost us 20.00 to fill.
Trick question. The pool is empty but the drain is open. With an open drain, the pool will never fill, unless the water entering exceeds the water draining.True,-----------> 20 hours
No, to fill the pool just place the hose into the swimming pool and make sure not to over fill it. Hatawa
This pool can hold up to about 60,322 gallons of water.(This would fill the pool to the very top)
To calculate the volume of a swimming pool go to the link below.
It's free when u dig a hole and fill it with water.
it takes approximately 5 hours to fill up a 12ft pool with water
it would take a lot of dirt. Probably as mush as how much water would fill it. Maybe even more than that.
Based on my calculations, there are 588 gallons per foot of water height in a 10 foot pool. If you have the same pool I have, it is about 3 feet high. This pool has 1,764 gallons.
For every 2,000 liters of pool water, there must be 4,000 ppm of salt required for an initial fill. For a 65,000 liter of salt water, there must be 130,000 ppm of salt.
Rust in your water is caused by iron in your water supply. You can get a water softner and use the softened water to fill your pool, or you can fill your pool with the rusty water and use a scale and metal out chemical that you could purchase at any local pool dealer. If you choose to purchase the scale and metal out I would recommend taking a sample of your water so that they can test to find out the level of iron in your water. They then could instruct you on how much of the product you should use to clear your water up.
To fill in this size pool you'll need 100.5 cubic yards of material. If you mean how many gallons of water to fill the pool, you'd need 20,300 gallons of water to fully fill it.
Two million milliliters of water is enough to fill a swimming pool, depending on its size.
Is your pool equipment equipped to handle ocean water?