Cubic feet to gallons (ft3 to gal) 

The calculator allows you to convert cubic feet to gallons (ft3 to gal). Perform the reverse calculation: gallons to cubic feet 
1 gal = 0.133681 ft^{3} (approximately equal to) 
To convert cubic feet to gallons, multiply by 7.48052 (approximately). ExamplesTo convert cubic feet to gallons, you can use the following conversion formula:1 cubic foot = 7.48052 gallons To convert a volume measurement in cubic feet to gallons, multiply the volume in cubic feet by 7.48052. You can find below 4 examples: Convert 2 cubic feet to gallons: 2 ft3 = 2 x 7.48052 = 14.96 gal Convert 5.5 cubic feet to gallons: 5.5 ft3 = 5.5 x 7.48052 = 41.14 gal Convert 10 cubic feet to gallons: 10 ft3 = 10 x 7.48052 = 74.81 gal Convert 25 cubic feet to gallons: 25 ft3 x 7.48052 = 187.01 gal Conversion table cubic feet to gallons (ft3 to gal)
Cubic feetCubic feet (ft³) is a unit of measurement used to express the volume of a threedimensional object or space. One cubic foot is equal to the volume of a cube with sides that measure one foot in length. This unit of measurement is commonly used in the United States and other countries that primarily use the imperial system of measurement. Cubic feet are commonly used to measure the volume of objects such as rooms, buildings, containers, and boxes. For example, a room that measures 10 feet in length, 10 feet in width, and 10 feet in height would have a volume of 1 000 cubic feet (10 ft x 10 ft x 10 ft = 1 000 ft³). Similarly, a container that measures 6 feet in length, 4 feet in width, and 3 feet in height would have a volume of 72 cubic feet (6 ft x 4 ft x 3 ft = 72 ft³). The symbol for cubic feet is "ft³". It consists of the letters "ft" for feet, followed by a superscript "3" to indicate that the unit is cubic.GallonsGallons are a unit of measurement used to express the volume of liquid substances. In the United States, the gallon is a standard unit of measurement for both liquid and gas. The U.S. gallon is defined as 128 fluid ounces, or approximately 3.785 liters. It's important to note that gallons are a unit of volume, not weight. The symbol for U.S. gallons is "gal". 