To fill this pool to a depth of four feet you will need about 7,646 gallons of water. If you decide to fill it to three feet deep, the gallons decreases to around 5,735.
To fill this pool completely with water requires 23,940 US gallons of water.
If you fill it to four feet deep, the total is 10,408 gallons of water.
An 18-foot round pool with 3 feet of water contains 5,734.8 gallons of water. If you fill it to 4 feet deep it increases to 7,646 gallons of water.
A pool this size with an average depth of 16 feet requires 462,560 gallons of water to fill it to the top.
1795 gallons, if you fill it to the brim.
If this is a round pool that is 18 feet across and you fill it to 3 feet deep, the total volume would be about 5,735 gallons of water. Filling it to 4 feet deep will increase the volume to 7,646 gallons of water.
Approximately 4,400 gallons.
Roughly 81,120 gallons
Alittle under 10,000 gallons.
Three feet of water in a 12-foot round pool is about 2,550 gallons.
The volume of the pool is 2,290.2 cu ft and has a maximum capacity of 17,133.2 gallons of water.
A 12-foot round pool filled with 3 feet of water contains 2,549 gallons water. If you fill it to 4 feet deep it changes to about 3,400 gallons.
It should take about 35000 gallons
Using 24 feet x 4.5 feet as true measurements it would take 15,220 gallons of water to fill the pool.
Twelve feet of water in a 10-foot round pool is approximately 7,080 gallons.
If it is 4 feet deep, then 13,500 gallons
It depends on how deep the water is. Since it's a fairly small pool, let's say you fill it to 1 foot deep. In that case the total volume will be about 262 gallons of water. If you went to 1.5 feet the gallons would be about 392 gallons and if you filled the pool to 2 feet, the gallons would increase to about 523 gallons.
An area of this size requires 718.1 gallons of water to fill it completely.