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    Phoenix, AZ

    Pool volume calculation question

    Can someone help with the volume calculation. average depth is 4 feet ish. I used kidney bean calc puts me at 14,720 gallon. anyone else?
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    Re: Pool volume calculation question

    I come up with 15643 gallons. But even if I did the math perfectly, I didn't allow for the steps, so I know I'm over.
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    Re: Pool volume calculation question

    Just use 15k and see whether you consistently hit your chemical targets. If not, change volume PoolMath.
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