Assuming common shapes and depths, this is a chart. Otherwise, take it a guess, or ask our water lab technician to re-figure it during your following water test.

Round steel Pools – Gallons

 Size 48″ 52″ 54″ 12′ 3,500 3,800 4,000 15′ 5,300 5,700 5,900 18′ 7,600 8,200 8,500 20′ 9,400 10,000 10,400 21′ 10,000 11,000 11,500 24′ 13,700 14,600 15,000 27′ 15,900 16,800 17,400 28′ 18,500 20,500 21,500 30′ 19,000 21,000 22,000 33′ 25,000 27,500 28,500

Round Blow-up Pools – Gallons

 Diameter Height Gallons 8′ 30″ 640 10′ 30″ 1000 12′ 30″ 1500 12′ 36″ 1800 15′ 36″ 2800 15′ 42″ 3300 15′ 48″ 3750 18′ 42″ 4800 18′ 48″ 5500 18′ 52″ 6000

Oval Pools – Gallons

 Size 48″ 52″ 54″ 11’ x 18½’ 6,000 6,600 6,800 11’ x 25’ 8,500 9,200 9,500 12’ x 17’ 6,000 6,600 6,800 12’ x 24’ 8,500 9,500 9,800 15’ x 25’ 9,500 10,000 10,600 15’ x 26’ 10,200 11,000 11,400 15’ x 30’ 13,700 14,800 15,400 18’ x 33’ 17,500 18,900 19,600 18’ x 38’ 19,500 21,000 22,000 18’ x 40’ 20,500 22,000 22,900

Rectangular Inground Pools – Gallons

 Size 48″ Shallow to 96″ Deep end 12’ x 24’ 10,000 16’ x 32’ 20,000 18’ x 36’ 25,000 20’ x 40’ 30,000 24’ x 44’ 45,000 25’ x 50’ 50,000

To calculate various other sizes and also shapes; all measurements are in feet:

 Round: Diameter x diameter x mean depth x 5.9 or Round: Radius x radius x mean depth x 23.6 Rectangle: Length x broad x median depth x 7.5 Oval: Length x broad x mean depth x 6.6 Free Form: Surface area (square feet) x median depth x 7.5 Blow-up Pools: Contact the manufacturer since the walls space not vertical and also the collars impact depth, over there is no formula .tags a { color: #fff; background: #909295; padding: 3px 10px; border-radius: 10px; font-size: 13px; line-height: 30px; white-space: nowrap; } .tags a:hover { background: #818182; } Home Contact - Advertising Copyright © 2022 keolistravelservices.com #footer {font-size: 14px;background: #ffffff;padding: 10px;text-align: center;} #footer a {color: #2c2b2b;margin-right: 10px;}