I would use a water hose (lol). Seriously though, gallons is the preferred term for measuring pool capacity.
No, that is only 5 gallons.
There are 4 quarts to a gallon. 4 x 8 = 32
1.25 Gallons = 5 quarts
827 gallons would fill a container with a volume 110.6 cubic feet.
48 quarts 1 gallon = 4 quarts 1 quart = 0.25 gallon
1 gallon = 4 quarts 2 gallons = 8 quarts . . 5 gallons = 20 quarts
4 gallons of not-so-good chili would fill 16 1-quart containers. However, if the chili is any good, there won't be 16 quarts left -- the "sampling" will considerably diminish the quantity available to put into containers.
100 qts 1 gallon = 4 quarts 1 quart = 0.25 gallon
It would require 2,937.6 US gallons of water to fill the pipe.
Filter service would be about 5 quarts. Dry fill is about 12.Filter service would be about 5 quarts. Dry fill is about 12.
If, by quartz, you mean quarts, a measure of volume, 12 quarts is equal to 3 gallon.1 gallon = 4 quarts.3 * 4 = 12 quarts.If, by quartz, you mean the mineral, you would need approximately 693 cubic inches of quartz to fill three gallons.
It would fill about 91,000 residential in-ground swimming pools.
20 quarts would be dry fill, it may not take all of it to fill.
That depends on how DEEP the pool is. The information provided only permits calculation of the AREA of the pool, not the volume and gallons are units of volume not area. To give you some idea though - here are the gallons for different depths: To fill the pool to a depth of 2 ft would require 1436 gallons To fill the pool to a depth of 3 ft would require 2154 gallons To fill the pool to a depth of 4 ft would require 2873 gallons To fill the pool to a depth of 5 ft would require 3591 gallons To fill the pool to a depth of 6 ft would require 4309 gallons
32 4 gallon tank holding 8 quarts (4 quarts to one gallon) needs another 2 gallons to be filled completely. One gallon = 16 gups; two gallons = 32 cups.
No one knows what it would fill but it's provocative it gets the people going!
4 quarts fill a gallon jug
5 quarts service fill 9 quarts dry fill
10 quarts and then clean it out
Dry fill is about 9 quarts.Dry fill is about 9 quarts.
2.5 gallons = 40 cups 2 cups in a pint, 2 pints in a quart, 4 quarts in a gallon means 16 cups in a gallon. 40/16=2.5 gallons
Dry fill is about 9 quartsDry fill is about 9 quarts