### Our Address

- 11 Statler Rd, Alrode South

Alberton, Gauteng - Cell: 083 676 4559
- Telephone: 011 900 1637
- FAX: 011 900 1697
**E-mail:**michael@technospa.co.za

A rectangular pool looks like the one on the left. To measure, look at the diagram below

If your pool has a shallow end - measure D1 and D2.

If your pool is the same depth all along - enter that same value into D1 and D2.

Enter your values in the boxes below, click on the "Calculate" button and it will work out how many litres of water there are in your swimming pool.

To calculate the volume of water needed in a circular pool, you will need to know the diameter (width at the widest point and the depth

Note that if your pool has a flat bottom - you enter the same value for D1 and D2.

Enter your values in the boxes below, click on the "Calculate" button and it will work out how many litres of water there are in your swimming pool.

To calculate the volume of water needed in a kidney shaped pool, you will need to know the overall length (L) of the pool. You will also need to measure the narrowest width (W1) and the widest width (W2).

Also, you will need to know the depth of the pool (D)

Enter your values in the boxes below, click on the "Calculate" button and it will work out how many litres of water there are in your swimming pool.

If your pool is oblong shaped like the one above, this calculation will help you. Please note that this method works for pools above or below ground.

You will need to measure a straight side (in metres) that is the Length (L). Also, you will need to measure (in metres) the Width (W) and also the depth (D) of the pool.

Here is a diagram to help:

- 11 Statler Rd, Alrode South

Alberton, Gauteng - Cell: 083 676 4559
- Telephone: 011 900 1637
- FAX: 011 900 1697
**E-mail:**michael@technospa.co.za