There are appox. 7.48 gallons for each cubic foot. So multiply: 7*7.48=52.36 gallons.
How do I know how many gallons My tank is?
Determining the amount of water in your aquarium is as simple as knowing that volume equals length times width times height and that 1 cubic inch of water is equivalent to 0.004329 gallons. Therefore, the volume of your tank in gallons of water = length x width x height (measured in inches) x 0.004329.
How tall is a 10 gallon tank?
Rectangle 10-gallon fish tanks generally follow a standard aquarium sizing of 20” L x 10” W x 12” H.
How many gallons is a 6 ft long tank?
divide 28512 cubic inches by 231 cubic inches to get 123.4285714 gallons.
How big is a 300 gallon fish tank?
300 Gallon* Glass Aquarium – 30″H x 96″L x 24″D.
How much does a 30 gallon aquarium cost?
Here is an overview of how much a 30 gallon aquarium can cost: custom built – a custom built 30 gallon aquarium made with glass will typically cost at least $90 with standard dimensions. prebuilt (acrylic) – acrylic is more expensive than glass and a 30 gallon aquarium built with acrylic could cost at least $120.
How many gallons is a 30 by 12 tank?
The correct calculation is: 30×12×12=4320 cubic inches. Resulting in: 4320×0.00433=18.7056 gallons.
How many gallons is a 3 foot tank?
Volume in US gallons and Liters
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How many gallons is a 36 LX 18 WX 18 H?
037202 equals 28.928 dry US gallons.
How heavy is a 37 gallon fish tank?
What is the weight of a 37 gallon tank? An aquarium of 37 gallon weighs 45 LBS, when empty and 415 LBS, when completely filled with water.
How heavy is a 100 gallon fish tank?
An empty 100 gallon tank weighs about 180 pounds.
When filled with water it can weigh up to 900 pounds. Since salt water is heavier than freshwater your tank will weigh even more if it is a marine tank.
How many fish can fit in a 10 gallon tank?
The next question is how many small fish can you add to a 10-gallon tank? Initially, aim for around one small fish per gallon of water, adding them in small groups every couple of weeks. Once the aquarium is mature and your skills are honed, you should be able to keep two neon-tetra-size fish per gallon.