How long does it take to fill a pool?


The amount of time it takes to fill a pool depends on how quickly the water goes into the pool, and the size of the pool. The rate of water coming from a hose depends on the hose size and water pressure. Let's say ten gallons of water flow per minute from a garden hose. If the pool will hold 18,000 gallons of water, it will take 1,800 minutes, or 30 hours to fill the pool. Most homeowners say it takes between one and three days to fill their pools using a garden hose. A firetruck will fill a pool in a few hours.
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With a standard garden hose, about 24 hours.
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I think you mean LITERS and FILL. You have to know the volume of the pool in cubic meters. Multiply its length x height x width to get cubic meters. Multiply that by 1000 to get liters
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