Pond Pump Calculator

Online pond pump calculator to calculate the amount of water required to pump every hour. Static head and other losses need to be considered while measuring the volume of water that the pump cycles per day. Static head is the vertical distance in raising the water. When the static head is high, it decreases the flow rate of the pump. Obtain the minimum amount of water that the pump is required to pump in GPH (gallons per hour) and LPH (litres per hour) using this pond pump calculator.

Calculate Amount of Water Required to Pump in GPH / LPH

Online pond pump calculator to calculate the amount of water required to pump every hour. Static head and other losses need to be considered while measuring the volume of water that the pump cycles per day. Static head is the vertical distance in raising the water. When the static head is high, it decreases the flow rate of the pump. Obtain the minimum amount of water that the pump is required to pump in GPH (gallons per hour) and LPH (litres per hour) using this pond pump calculator.

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Formula:

Note :(When pond volume is gallons) p=a×b q=a×b×3.78541 (Pond Volume to Liters) Note :(When pond volume is liters) p=a×b×0.264172 (Pond Volume to Gallons) q=a×b Where, p = Pond Pump for gallons per hour q = Pond Pump for litres per hour a = Pond Volume b = Pond Contains

Example

Calculate the amount of water to pump every hour from a pond of volume 70 US gallons in which there is no fish and contains lots of plants

Pond Pump for gallons per hour = 70 * 0.5
         = 35
Pond Pump for Liters per hour = 70 * 0.5 * 3.78541 (1 Gallon = 3.78541 Liters)
         = 132.48935
Therefore, amount of water to be pumped out is 35 gallons per hour or 132.48935 liters per hour


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