Pool size calculator oval

**Pool**capacity and**calculations**differ with the**pool**’s**size**and shape. There is a rectangular, circular,**oval**, and irregular-shaped**pool**. Which one is yours? If you want a straight- Measure the length, width, and average depth of the
**pool**, rounding each measurement off to the nearest foot or percentage of one foot. One inch equals 0.0833 feet. Therefore, multiply the number of inches in your measurements by 0.0833 to get the appropriate percentage of one foot. Example: 25 ft, 9 in. = 25 ft + (9 in. x 0.0833) = 25 + 0.75 - Inground Rectangle
**Pools**(add 2 rectangles together for a L-Shape**pool**) Please enter your measurements in feet. A =. B =. Shallow Depth =. Deep Depth =. Your**pool**contains an - Calculate the metric volume of your swimming
**pool**. In order to calculate how many**Pool**Wizard Units and Active Mineral Rechargers your**pool**requires, you need to know the volume of water in your swimming**pool**. Metric**pool**water volume calculation for most common**pool**shapes and conversion to gallons can be easily done here. - RECTANGULAR AND SQUARE
**POOLS**. Surface area to be painted is calculated as the sum of base + sum of 4 side walls, ie: 2 x Side Walls [L x Average Depth] where Av Depth =