Before I spend the time to calculate graduated volumes of a 32G Brute I thought I would ask if anyone else has already done this or knew of a site that listed the info.
and the fact that the can is slightly tapered....difficult calculation to be exact.32G Brute - 22" x 27-1/4"
0.85 gallons in an inch (around that)
take 27.25 / 32 = 0.85 gallons per inch
it is not exact, but its close, but if you wanted to get technical, you need those other dimensions...
Yea I have a 32 gallon for salt mixing and 20 gallon for top-off water.Lol, Trish. Just got my power head, heater, and remaining salt (which wasn't quite enough) into my 32 just tonight
You and I seem to be on similar paths.
Do you also have a 20 gallon Brute for RO drinking water? A "yes" on that would be eerie.