Around 943 lbs. Water weighs 8.33 lbs/gal. 5 inch hose holds 1 gal per 1 foot of hose. So 8.33x100 foot is 833 lbs. Add that to the 110 lbs that the hose weighs empty and you have 943 lbs
A standard fire hose is 50 feet long. A hose this length with a 2-inch radius grants about 4.36 cubic feet. This volume holds 32 gallons of water.
It depends on the flow rate in the hose and that depends on the water pressure.
A 100-foot hose with an inside diameter of five inches can hold 102 US gallons of water.
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If the bottom is flat and level, then it takes 239.38 gallons for each inch of the water's depth.
A 100-foot section of 5-inch hose contains: 102 US gallons.