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drunkskunkmonkey

pot size litre to cm

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Have been looking for something that would tell me which pots were which. When they are being discussed pots are referred to in litres but when I go to get some from the shop I can't see where it says how many litres they are only the diameter in cm. So I found this and thought it may save someone else the effort of looking, mind you if they can't be arsed looking on the web they probably haven't used the search button either. Anywho hope this helps some one.

peace out

Size Diameter Depth

1 Lt 13cm 10cm

1.5lt 15cm 12cm

2lt 17cm 13cm

2lt 15cm 15cm

3lt 19cm 14.5cm

3lt 17.5cm 19cm

5lt 22cm 18cm

7.5lt 26cm 20cm

10lt 28cm 23cm

15lt 32cm 26cm

20lt 37cm 27.5cm

25lt 40cm 28cm

30lt 40cm 33cm

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For a rough guide

Square pots- length x width x height = volume

Round pots- Pi x r2 x height = volume

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Nice one dude, never seem to be able to find this when I need it. Searching google only ends in porn :(

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Thanks,,..I was looking for this info....cheers

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Lots of online calculators for this, a nice one which output in litres:

hxxp://dmplastics.ca/volume_calculator.htm

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Thanks,,..I was looking for this info....cheers

Seconded. :yep:

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Nice one dude, never seem to be able to find this when I need it. Searching google only ends in porn :(

lol, what do you search for? cup size? :wink:

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Nice one dude, never seem to be able to find this when I need it. Searching google only ends in porn :(

lol, what do you search for? cup size? :wink:

Check Looselips equation, it matters not what it is, the volume will be the same.

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I think the best way to find the volume of your pots is to put a plastic bag inside a fill with water

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I think the best way to find the volume of your pots is to put a plastic bag inside a fill with water

Why didn't I think of that! :headpain:

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Nice one dude, very useful indeed, thanks.

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Have been looking for something that would tell me which pots were which. When they are being discussed pots

are referred to in litres but when I go to get some from the shop I can't see where it says how many litres

they are only the diameter in cm. So I found this and thought it may save someone else the effort of looking,

mind you if they can't be arsed looking on the web they probably haven't used the search button either.

Anywho hope this helps some one.

peace out

Size Diameter Depth

1 Lt 13cm 10cm

1.5lt 15cm 12cm

2lt 17cm 13cm

2lt 15cm 15cm

3lt 19cm 14.5cm

3lt 17.5cm 19cm

5lt 22cm 18cm

7.5lt 26cm 20cm

10lt 28cm 23cm

15lt 32cm 26cm

20lt 37cm 27.5cm

25lt 40cm 28cm

30lt 40cm 33cm

great post, heres a jpeg up of the size guide.

post-36349-0-35811000-1333475615_thumb.jpg

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I'm unsure now, going by the size guide my pot should be 6-7 litres, but going by the maths calculator it's only 5 L !

I think i trust the guide more.

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Thnks for this until now i thought all pots were labled as litres

Have fun

Dirk

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