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A 12 inch diameter round pipe will hold 4.89 UK gallons or 5.88 US gallons per foot.

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Q: How many gallons of water per foot will a 12 inch pipe hold?

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18.264 gallons of water im not tottlaly shur but its my guess

2.75 Imperial gallons.

Over 9,000.

44.883 gallons for each inch of depth. (rounded) 538.6 gallons for each foot of depth. (rounded)

This pipe can hold up to 0.5 cubic foot or 3.7 gallons of water.

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18.264 gallons of water im not tottlaly shur but its my guess

2.75 Imperial gallons.

A 24-inch diameter cylinder holds 23.5 gallons of water per foot of length/height.

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Over 9,000.

A 5-inch pipe will hold approximately 0.36 gallons of water per linear foot. This calculation is based on the formula for calculating the volume of a cylinder (V = πr^2h), where the radius (r) is half the diameter of the pipe (2.5 inches) and the height (h) is 1 foot.

A two inch pipe can hold 0.1632 gallons per foot. It takes slightly over 6 feet of two inch pipe to hold one gallon of water.

About 0.35 cubic feet or about 2.6 gallons.