What Is the Capacity of a Bathtub?

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The capacity of a bathtub depends on its size. For example, the capacity of a small tub is around 100 litres while a deep one is approximately 200 litres in volume. The capacity of a medium bathtub is about 150 litres.
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My tub (a standard tub by all appearances) is approximately 54" long by 24" wide by 8" deep to the bottom of the overflow. Ignoring the curved corners, that's about
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The standard bathtub, when filled just below the overflow will hold 42 gallons without a person in it to displace the water. 42 gallons = 159 liters
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