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Old Apr 22nd, 13, 06:16 PM
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can someone tell me how many gallons this tank will hold
30" long X 58 1/2 " circumference
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Old Apr 22nd, 13, 06:23 PM
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About 33 gallons
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Old Apr 22nd, 13, 06:26 PM
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I think you will need another measurement. Length width and height.
Is it rectangular or cylindrical?
Use this:
http://www.greertank.com/tankcalc.htm
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Old Apr 22nd, 13, 06:37 PM
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About 33 gallons
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Old Apr 22nd, 13, 06:44 PM
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I think you will need another measurement. Length width and height.
Is it rectangular or cylindrical?
Use this:
http://www.greertank.com/tankcalc.htm
We know the circumference, so by dividing by pi (3.14), the diameter is about 18" and the radius is about 9". 9" squared times pi gives an area of 254 square inches, which divided by 144 sq in per sq ft is 1.77sq ft. 1.77 x 2.5' high is 4.4 cubic feet. 4.4 cf x 7.48 gallons per cf = 33 gallons.
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