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How To Find Gallons

    …(0.25 x 1) x 7.48 = 93.5 gallons. Step 2: Calculate amount of water your basin needs to hold As a general rule you will need your basin to hold 2½ times the amount of water in your stream. To find out how much water your basin will need to hold multiply the gallons of water in your stream by…
    to help you design your perfect oasis. * How much space do you have? Take a realistic look at your yard and think about how you can blend a water garden or fountain into the existing landscape. If you have a sprawling backyard with room to build consider going big with a pond that is 2000 gallons or…
    how many gallons your pond holds and if you're using it alone or with an aeration system. First here's what we recommend for de-icers based on the size of your pond: * Up to 250 gallons: 100 to 250 watt de-icer * 250 to 500 gallons: 300 watt de-icer * 500 to 1000 gallons: 750 watt de-icer * 1000 to
    …size offhand you will have to determine your length width and maximum depth. Multiply L X W X (0.5 x D) to calculate the cubic feet in your pond. Water gardens are typically measured in gallons so you will then need to multiply cubic feet by 7.48 (the number of gallons in 1 cubic foot). If your…
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