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How Many Litres in a Bath?

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The size of the bath determines the volume in litres it can contain. The average-sized bath takes about 225 litres to fill. To know more of average volumes of everyday materials, visit: http://www.thinkmetric.org.uk/volume.html
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There is no standard size for baths so there is no single answer.
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A bath is an ancient hebrew measure of volume - but there is no longer any certainty about how much it is in modern measures. The best estimate seems to be about 23 litres. http:/
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In the US, a standard bathtub is 42 gallons, 159 litres. In the UK, there is no standard and they may be as small as 100 litres.
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A normal bath-tub is about 1.5m long by 0.6m wide by 0.3m deep. 1.5 x 0.6 x 0.3 = 0.27m³ = 270 litres (approx).
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