Concrete Hello, before you go filling a large hole with concrete, think about a few things: 1. that could be quite costly. 2. concrete has a density roughly in the range 2300kg/cu.m. to 2450kg/cu.m. Water has a density of 1000kg/cu.m. You might be increasing the load beyond what the foundations were designed to take. This could be dodgy for services passing near or under the pool. It might also be dodgy for buildings that share a foundation. Your poolside surface may also be affected by cracking. 3. Filling the pool to 500mm from the top with inorganic construction spoil, then 400mm of a quarry run gravelly sand compacted in two layers and 100mm of concrete with a mesh reinforcement 65mm from the top may work. Alternatively go 600mm from the top with spoil, 300mm with quarry run and 300mm of topsoil, which could be landscaped. It all depends on site conditions and what you want to achieve with the final look. MOST IMPORTANT. Get advice from a local professional, apart from technical issues, there will probably be planning and environmental issues with your local authority. Do consult a professional with indemnity insurance, probably a civil engineer . Your national engineering council will help, if you do not know anyone. They should be available with a quick search. By the way do not even think about suing me for that advice, unless you want my mortgage, my cat and my lab boots. Best of luck.
how deep can i put a semi inground pool
This depends on how deep it is.
It is highly unlikely.
just under 40,000 gallons
It depends on how deep it is. But probably around 30,000 gallons
An unground pool can be 17 feet deep if you really want it to be. You must follow certain safety rules with a pool of this depth though.
Usa a shop vac.
close to the surface
If you want to put in an inground swimming pool, expect to pay at least $20,000 for most basic models. $20,000 to $30,000 is the typical cost. For pools that are very deep or large, or customized, prices can easily reach $50,000.
12,000 us gal. Inground pool?
At least 20 degrees lower than the air temperature.
if it has a constant slope from one end to the other, (8 + 3.5) / 2 = 5.75 feet but most pools are not shaped like this.
The question cannot be answered with the information given. It is necessary to know the length and width of the pool as as as whether or not the depth increases steadily.
Ultrasonic and X-ray investigations can detect many kinds of defects deep in materials.
Try dropping some straight chlorine on top of it
Minerals can form deep inside the Earth's crust by crystallization of melted materials.
Trenches, or deep sea trenches.
Crystalization and melted materials
Crystallization of melted materials
Yes, it can be, but may severely damage the material.
what can form deep insides earths crust by crystallisation of melted materials
to close a deep wound so that it can heal faster
No, not even close. Deep space would be well outside the solar system.
Less water less chemicals ad if you are over 5 foot tall you can stand any where and keep breathing
there is 2,025.876 cubic Ft = 15,154.6 gallons, 1 cubic Ft = 7.48059 gallons