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How much water does it take to fill up a swimming pool?

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2010-12-17 22:26:03
2010-12-17 22:26:03

Swimming pool sizes differentiate. It all depends on the size of the pool.

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Two million milliliters of water is enough to fill a swimming pool, depending on its size.


The average swimming pool takes 18000-20000 gallons of water to fill


To calculate the volume of a swimming pool go to the link below.


No, to fill the pool just place the hose into the swimming pool and make sure not to over fill it. Hatawa


Is your pool equipment equipped to handle ocean water?


You can fill a standard in-ground swimming pool.



Empty the pool out and fill it with soil. OR Use chlorine.



it would take a lot of dirt. Probably as mush as how much water would fill it. Maybe even more than that.


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I depends on what type of pool your are swimming at. Like if one pool you are swimming at is 12 feet and a different pool is 5 feet the is going to be more water is the 12 foot swimming pool.It depends on the size of the pool.


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It depends, what shape is the pool, then i can tell you. =)


Depends on the size of the pool.


No, it is not healthy. Water from irrigation can have runoff that includes pesticides and fertilizer.


The volume of the pool is 1385.45 cu ft for a maximum capacity of 10,364.5 gallons of water.


An Olympic size swimming pool contains 2,500,000 litres of water





No, you have to do with your hose if it is a small (toy / inflatable) pool, or call a professional company with a water truck if it is a real pool.


What do you exactly mean? How much water swimming pool weigh? Then it is kilograms. Hope that helped:)




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