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## How many gallons of water are in a 18 foot round pool?

Above Ground Swimming Pool Water Volumes by Size | ||
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Size | 48in Wall* | 52in Wall* |

12ft Round | 2,975 gals | 3,398 gals |

15ft Round | 4,646 gals | 5,310 gals |

18ft Round | 7,646 gals | 8,602 gals |

**How many gallons is a 18ft round Intex pool?**

Water capacity: 5,455 gallons (80%) Approximate set-up size: 18ft X 48in.

### How many gallons is a 18 foot round pool 54 inches deep?

Aboveground Pool Sizes | 48 Inch Deep | 54 Inch Deep |
---|---|---|

12 Ft Round | 2,975 gallons | 3,825 gallons |

15 Ft Round | 4,645 gallons | 5,975 gallons |

18 Ft Round | 7,645 gallons | 8,600 gallons |

21 Ft Round | 9,105 gallons | 11,700 gallons |

**How many gallons of water are in a 18 foot round 52 inch pool?**

How much water do I have in my pool?

Diameter | Height | Gallons |
---|---|---|

15′ | 48″ | 3750 |

18′ | 42″ | 4800 |

18′ | 48″ | 5500 |

18′ | 52″ | 6000 |

#### How long does it take to fill up a 18×48 pool?

It takes nine hours to fill a 5,000-gallon pool at 540 gallons per hour.

**How many gallons is my circular pool?**

Round pool: Take the Diameter times Diameter, times the average depth, times 5.9. For example, for an 18 ft. pool 4 ft. high you would multiply 18 x 18 = 324.

## How long does it take to fill a 18ft by 48in pool?

up to 6,423 gallons (18 ft. by 48 in.). With a 44 gallons per minute flow rate, it will take about 27 minutes to 146 minutes to fill your Intex Metal Frame pool depending on its size.

**How many gallons is my round 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 many gallons of water is in a 18 ft by 4ft pool?

pool 4 ft. high you would multiply 18 x 18 = 324. Then 324 x 4 = 1,296. Then 1,296 x 5.9 = 7,646.4 gallons needed.

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

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

#### How long does it take to fill a 16ft 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.

**What is the circumference of an 18 foot swimming pool?**

2 Answers. The answer is 56.57 .

## How many gallons in a 18 foot round pool?

18 ft Round ~ 6,821 gallons 21 ft Round ~ 10,408 gallons 24 ft Round ~ 13,594 gallons 27 ft Round ~ 17,205 gallons 30 ft Round ~ 21,240 gallons 33 ft Round ~ 25,700 gallons 12′ x 24′ Oval ~ 6,797 gallons 15′ x 30′ Oval ~ 10,620 gallons 16′ x 32′ Oval ~ 12,084 gallons 18′ x 33′ Oval ~ 14,019 gallons. In-Ground Pool Sizes with Varying Average Depths: POOL SIZE GALLONS WITH 4′ SHALLOW & 7′ to 9′ DEEP END AVERAGE

**How many gallons of water in a pool?**

Olympic-size swimming pool contains 2,500,000 L of water, assuming a nominal depth of 2 m. It’s around 550,000 imp gal and 660,000 US gal – if you don’t believe us, you can check it with our volume converter tool, where you’ll find other volume units as well.

### How do you calculate pool water?

Multiply the pool’s length times the width times the average depth. For round pools, multiply diameter times diameter times average depth. With a rectangular pool, for example, multiply 32 x 16 x 6, which equals 3,072. This means the pool holds 3,072 cubic feet of water.

**What is the volume of water in a pool?**

The volume of water in an Olympic sized swimming pool is 660,000 US gallons. This is equal to 550,000 imperial gallons. This is equal to 2,500,000 liters or about 88,000 cubic feet.