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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Figure it out this way, the formula for a round vessel is:

(The formula is for "Feet" so make the proper conversion 1st)

you also need to know that there are 7.5 gallons in a cubic foot

Pi x r2 x depth = cubic feet x 7.5 = total gallons

3.14 x (65" = 5.42' diameter, 2.71' = radius {squared} x 2.71 = 7.34 x 2.75 x 7.5 = 475.36 Gallons

(The formula is for "Feet" so make the proper conversion 1st)

you also need to know that there are 7.5 gallons in a cubic foot

Pi x r2 x depth = cubic feet x 7.5 = total gallons

3.14 x (65" = 5.42' diameter, 2.71' = radius {squared} x 2.71 = 7.34 x 2.75 x 7.5 = 475.36 Gallons

Mar 08, 2015 | Water Water Heaters

There are 7 1/2 gallons of water in a cubic foot.

3172 x 7.5 = 23,790

To calculate how much water in a swimming pool, in 'US Feet':

Length x Width = Surface Feet

Surface Feet x Average Depth = Cubic Feet

Cubic Feet x 7.5 = Total Gallons

3172 x 7.5 = 23,790

To calculate how much water in a swimming pool, in 'US Feet':

Length x Width = Surface Feet

Surface Feet x Average Depth = Cubic Feet

Cubic Feet x 7.5 = Total Gallons

Mar 07, 2015 | Pool & Spa

the volume of the tank is calculated by the formula

22/7 x 24 x 4

= 301.7143 cubic feet

1 cubic foot = 7.48052 US Gallons

therefore your tank will hold 2257 US gallons approximately

22/7 x 24 x 4

= 301.7143 cubic feet

1 cubic foot = 7.48052 US Gallons

therefore your tank will hold 2257 US gallons approximately

Mar 04, 2015 | Pool & Spa

not possible to calculate with the information provided. here is a basic formula to get you close.

length x width x average depth x height in feet x 7.5 gallons / cubic ft

length x width x average depth x height in feet x 7.5 gallons / cubic ft

Aug 30, 2014 | Pool & Spa

72 x 29 x 24 = 50,112 cubic inches / 1728* = 29 cubic feet. There are 7.48 gallons per cubic foot, so the tank is actually 216.92 gallons, assuming the dimensions given are inside measurements. I hope you have a strong stand and floor because the water alone weighs 1735.36 pounds (8 pounds per gallon).

*12 x 12 x 12 = 1728 (cubic inches to cubic feet conversion)

*12 x 12 x 12 = 1728 (cubic inches to cubic feet conversion)

Jul 17, 2014 | Aqueon All Glass Aquarium Co. 210 Gallon...

There are ~7.48 gallons of water in a cubic foot so roughly 600 gallons.

John

John

Apr 19, 2011 | Sunterra Prefilter Box for 500 Gallon Pond...

Google is very good at this, if you type "us gallons to cubic feet" it will work it out for you.

So 1 US gallon = .13368 cubic feet

or 9 cubic feet = 67.32 US gallons

So 1 US gallon = .13368 cubic feet

or 9 cubic feet = 67.32 US gallons

Mar 24, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

That depends on the gallon. One US gallon is about 0.13368 cubic feet. One UK gallon is about 0.16054 cubic feet.

Mar 20, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

We have the same model. We plan to purchase a replacement washer, and tank size is a major factor.

Machine manuals are available at www.whirlpool.com. It's great Whirlpool has the docs available online, but there was no indication of tank volume for this model found in the manuals: Parts, User, Instructions.

I decided to figure it out by filling the washing machine tank manually counting the number gallons of water dumped in. I managed to dump in 23 gallons before risking overflow. I don't recommend this approach since the specified water level limit for the tank assembly may be lower than the perceived water level limit. This volume test was performed on a machine that's being disposed.

Google says 1 US gallon is equivalent to approximately 0.1337 cubic feet. Applying this ratio to the number of gallons poured in, the volume is 3.08 cubic feet. If 24 gallons, then 3.21 cubic feet.

I'm sure the tank is not 4.0 cubic feet since that would have required another 7 gallons of water, beyond the 23 already poured in, making a mess on the floor, and potentially wetting machine wiring and other hardware that should remain dry. Even if we account for the space occupied by the agitator, it's unlikely an additional 7 gallons of water could be added without significant overflow.

4.0 cubic feet is approximately 30 gallons.

We're going on the assumption our LXR9245EQ2 washer is a 3.2 CF machine.

Machine manuals are available at www.whirlpool.com. It's great Whirlpool has the docs available online, but there was no indication of tank volume for this model found in the manuals: Parts, User, Instructions.

I decided to figure it out by filling the washing machine tank manually counting the number gallons of water dumped in. I managed to dump in 23 gallons before risking overflow. I don't recommend this approach since the specified water level limit for the tank assembly may be lower than the perceived water level limit. This volume test was performed on a machine that's being disposed.

Google says 1 US gallon is equivalent to approximately 0.1337 cubic feet. Applying this ratio to the number of gallons poured in, the volume is 3.08 cubic feet. If 24 gallons, then 3.21 cubic feet.

I'm sure the tank is not 4.0 cubic feet since that would have required another 7 gallons of water, beyond the 23 already poured in, making a mess on the floor, and potentially wetting machine wiring and other hardware that should remain dry. Even if we account for the space occupied by the agitator, it's unlikely an additional 7 gallons of water could be added without significant overflow.

4.0 cubic feet is approximately 30 gallons.

We're going on the assumption our LXR9245EQ2 washer is a 3.2 CF machine.

Dec 07, 2009 | Whirlpool Washing Machines

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Hi anadaisy , I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? American gallons or Imperial (Canadian) gallons? Unfortunately, they are not the same size!

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