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What is the rate of water flow per hour to fill an Olympic size pool?

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2005-10-11 15:32:31
2005-10-11 15:32:31

Not all Olympic swimming pools are the same. So you need to know how much water you are going to need in the pool. Takes the length x width x by average depth x 9 Will tell you how many gallons you need. the rate of flow is based on time. If your pool is a million gallons and you need it full in 1 hour that is 1 million GPH (gallons per hour). Say you have 120 hours it will take 8333.GPH to fill. Kenny Kummer Brody Chemical

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