## How many gallons of water are in a 30 foot round pool?

Above Ground Swimming Pool Water Volumes by Size | ||
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24 ft Round | 11,895 gals | 13,594 gals |

27 ft Round | 15,054 gals | 17,205 gals |

30 ft Round | 18,585 gals | 21,240 gals |

33 ft Round | 22,488 gals | 25,700 gals |

**How do I calculate how much water is in my pool?**

Length x width x depth x 7.5 = volume (in gallons) Length times width gives the surface area of the pool. Multiplying that by the depth gives the volume in cubic meters. If you’d like to find the pool volume in gallons, multiply your results by 7.5, as there are 7.5 gallons for each cubic foot.

### How long does it take to fill up a 27 ft round pool?

The average pool can take 12-24 hours to fill and that is only if you have a few hoses chugging away. When your family is chomping at the bit to dive in, that may as well be an eternity. Forget this plan if you are using well water, you will burn up your pump or leave your home without water for days.

**How much water is in my round pool?**

If your pool has a constant depth across the bottom, you’ll determine the surface area of the pool (length x width), multiply that by the depth of the pool, then multiply by 7.5 to calculate the volume in gallons.

#### How many gallons is a 16×32 pool?

Above Ground Swimming Pool Water Volumes by Size | ||
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12x24ft Oval | 5,948 gals | 6,797 gals |

15x30ft Oval | 9,293 gals | 10,620 gals |

16x32ft Oval | 10,573 gals | 12,084 gals |

18x33ft Oval | 12,267 gals | 14,019 gals |

**How many gallons is a 27 foot by 54 inch pool?**

Aboveground Pool Sizes | 48 Inch Deep | 54 Inch Deep |
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21 Ft Round | 9,105 gallons | 11,700 gallons |

24 Ft Round | 11,895 gallons | 15,209 gallons |

27 Ft Round | 15,050 gallons | 19,350 gallons |

30 Ft Round | 18,585 gallons | 23,900 gallons |

## Will 2 hoses fill a pool faster than 1?

If you fill the pool with 2 hoses, it will fill up faster.

**What is the cheapest way to fill a pool with water?**

The cheapest way to fill a pool is with your hose.

- Your Water.
- Call the water company and tell them you are going to fill your swimming pool.
- Run the hose to the pool with enough slack that the end of the hose is on the bottom of the pool.

### How many gallons of water in a 27 foot round pool 52 inches deep?

How many gallons is a 27 foot by 52 inch pool? There are approximately 1,870 gallons of water in a 27-foot-round, 52-in-high swimming pool. To find the answer, use the formula for finding the volume of a cylinder, V = pi r^2 h, then convert cubic feet to gallons. To find the radius, divide the circumference by 2 pi.

**How long does it take to fill a 15000 gallon pool with a hose?**

Assuming your water pressure is pumping at 8 gallons per minute (480 gallons per hour) through your outside water hose, it would take 31.25 hours to fill a 15,000 gallon swimming pool.

#### How many gallons are in a 27 foot round swimming pool?

There are approximately 1,870 gallons of water in a 27-foot-round, 52-in-high swimming pool. To find the answer, use the formula for finding the volume of a cylinder, V = pi r^2 h, then convert cubic feet to gallons. To find the radius, divide the circumference by 2 pi.

**How big is a 33 ft swimming pool?**

33 ft Round ~ 22,488 gallons Standard Pool Above Ground Pools with a Pool Wall of 52 inches 12 ft Round ~ 3,398 gallons 12′ x 24′ Oval ~ 6,797 gallons 15 ft Round ~ 5,310 gallons 15′ x 30′ Oval ~ 10,620 gallons 18 ft Rou nd ~ 8,602 gallons 16′ x 32′ Oval ~ 12,084 gallons 21 ft Round ~ 10,408 gallons 18′ x 33′ Oval ~ 14,019 gallons

## How many liters of water are in a round pool?

A round pool that is 16 feet across and is filled with 48 inches of water will contain about 6,041 gallons of water. How many liters of water are in a 21 foot round pool that is 5 feet deep?

**How tall is a 52 inch round pool?**

Take the square of 4.3 feet and multiply by pi. This yields an area of 58.1 square feet. Converting 52 inches to feet gives a pool height of approximately 4.3 feet. Multiply 58.1 x 4.3 to get a volume of approximately 250 cubic feet. Since there are 7.48 gallons per cubic foot, multiply 250 x 7.48 to get 1,870 gallons.