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Tank Capacity Calculator

This simple tank calculator will help you determine the size of the tank you have if you do not know the capacity or to help you understand how large, feet or meters, the tank may be once you know the gallons you want to store.

If you don't know yet how much you need to store, click here.

Enter the below data in the either inches for gallons or meters for litres.

  • Enter in Feet, then Gallons is calculated for capacity.
  • Enter in Meters, then Liters is calculated capacity.

This cistern calculator helps with what size a tank dimensions you may require. To find out how much rainwater you can capture, use this calculator

Or let me do a customized report for you.

Capacity of a Rectangular Tank
Capacity of a Round Tank
Height (feet or meters)

Length (feet or meters)

Width (feet or meters)

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Gallons

Liters

Formula:

Height x Length x Width
= Cubic Feet * 7.47
= Gallons

Above converts Gallons to Liters after calculation of Gallons.

 

Height (feet or meters)

Diameter (feet or meters)

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Gallons

Liters

 

Formula:

π × × H
= Cubic Feet * 7.47
= Gallons

Above converts Gallons to Liters after calculation of Gallons.

 

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