Then multiply as shown
Average Length X Average Width
Then multiply results by Average Depth.
Then multiply results by 7.5.
Deep End = 8'
Shallow = 3'
8'+3' =11 (then divide by 2 = 5.5' avg. depth.)
Average length = 32'
Average Width = 15'
32 X 15 = 480
480 X 5.5 = 2640
2640 X 7.5 = 19,800 gallons (est.)
order to figure out the correct amount of chemicals to add to your pool,
first you have to know how much water your pool can hold. Begin by
calculating your pool's depth, then you can determine capacity by using
one of the formulas from this chart:
AVERAGE DEPTH = SHALLOW END DEPTH + DEEP END DEPTH / 2
length x width x average depth x 7.5 = *total gallons
circular diameter x diameter x average depth x 5.9 = *total
full width x full length x average depth x 5.9 = *total
if your pool has sloping sides, multiply the final figure by