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`V = L * W * H `

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The **Storage Capacity of a Square/Rectangular Tank** calculator computes how much liquid a square / rectangular container can hold based on the interior dimensions.

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose units and enter the following:

- (
**L**) Length of Tank - (
**W**) Width of Tank - (
**H**) Height or Depth of Tank**Note:**Enter the measured depth of content (wet dipstick) to compute current volume of liquid in tank.

**Storage Capacity (V):** The calculator returns the volume in gallons. However this can be automatically converted to compatible units via the pull-down menu.

To measure the volume stored in the tank, use a dip-stick to measure the depth of liquid and used that value for the depth of the tank.

- Storage Capacity of a Rectangular Tank
- Above Ground Storage Tank Capacity
- Storage Capacity of a Horizontal Cylindrical Tank
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- Fuel in a 322 Gallon Tank
- Fuel in a 150 Gallon Circular Tank
- Fuel in a 270 Gallon Circular Tank
- Fuel in a 525 Gallon Circular Tank
- Fuel in a Skid Tank
- Fuel in a 300 Gallon Skid Tank
- Fuel in a 550 Gallon Skid Tank
- Fuel in a 1000 Gallon Skid Tank
- Fuel in a 1500 Gallon Skid Tank
- Fuel in a 2000 Gallon Skid Tank
- Fuel in a 2500 Gallon Skid Tank
- Volume of a Torispherical Head
- Volume of a Torispherical Tank
- Hand Pump Volume: Computes the number of cycles (pumps or cranks) needed to move a specified volume
- Volume from Pump Rate over Time: Computes gallons pumped or consumed based on a rate and time duration.

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