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neilhodgin


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23/09/2010 22:27

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any ideas on the cost of filling a 10x5 pool guys??



proger1



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23/09/2010 22:45

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it would depend on the depth, take the shallowest point measurement and subtract it from the deepest point measurement and then divide by 2 and then add it to the shallowest measurement, this should give you average depth (maker the answer in metres). multiply your answer by 10 and then by 5, this should give you cubic metres, 1 cubic metre is 1 ton of water. Find the best deal you can for 1 ton of water and then tell them you want (and this is a guess for the average pool depth) ( 3 metre shallow by 6 metre deep by 5metre by 10 metre = 4.5 x 10 x 5) = 225 ton, the best deal I have heard of is 70TL for 13 ton which would mean 1212 TL. make some calls offer 1000 and if you can get it e-mail me the phone number, the guy I use would charge me 2000.

My advice, find a pool maintenance company, they will give you the right details for correct PH level water and best prices.

I can give you my preferred choice of pool guy if you send me a request by mail.



Hope this helps, Paul



neilhodgin


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23/09/2010 22:51

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Okay thanks Proger1. so around about 520ish



Graeme


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23/09/2010 22:59

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6 meters deep - that is almost 20 feet !



proger1



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If you can get that price, you are doing very, very well. snap it up but make sure you tell them full pool, balance tank and while your at it household tanks, in fact, anything that can hold water.

The price of 13 ton for 70 TL is through a friend so if you can get that price do it, immediately.



Paul



proger1



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23/09/2010 23:04

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Graeme. Thanks. I knew something looked completely screwed up but my brain missed it. 10 x 5 x 1.5 = 75.



You should be looking at around 75 ton or 400 TL at the best price or 170 GBP, sorry for being a confusing idiot and many thanks to Graeme for pointing out I am a confusing idiot.



neilhodgin


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23/09/2010 23:15

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Right well that sounds a LOT better Thanks. guys



yorgozlu



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23/09/2010 23:22

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13 ton for 70 tl!

Why dont you make the name public so we can all get to know this guy as well proger?So far this year I havent been able to get water for less then 8.5 tl per ton.



proger1



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23/09/2010 23:24

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yorg, I would love to but the guy I heard of that can organize this is my pool guy and he aint been to forthcoming with direct numbers



murat2009


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24/09/2010 10:48

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Olimpic pools are in that deep!!



it cant be 3 to 6 meters



I think it is maximum 2.5 meters as an average



so 10 x 5 x 2.5 =125 ton.



so if price is 70 TL per ton than



the filling expense will be less than 700 TL which is around 300 STG



murat2009


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24/09/2010 10:50

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sorry ,



I meant if 70 TL for 13 ton.



zerochlor


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24/09/2010 10:56

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70tl for 13 ton , in your dreams



give me the mans number who sells for that price,i want to use him 4 or 5 times a week.



zerochlor


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24/09/2010 11:03

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yorgozlu.



ive seen some water this year at 8.5 and it was quite dirty and very gritty,my regular guy has what i call beautiful clean water and the PH is near as damm it spot on for the pools,but he charges 10tl,but that is over this side.

prodger/paul.



heres a easy way to find how much water for your pool,or any pool any shape or size.



http://www.poolandspachemicals.co.uk/volcalc.htm



japeal



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24/09/2010 11:13

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Hi, we get our water from near Tatlisu at 8tl/ton phone no for water 05338429363.

But if you are ordering small amouts 5 ton or less he charges 10tl/ton



zerochlor


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24/09/2010 11:16

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i think between 8 and 10tl is ok.



The 10tl a ton water makes a little less work for the pool cleaner when filling a pool from scratch.



deputydawg


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Using Zerochlor's figures on his helpful website for an 8X4 metre pool with an average depth of 1.5 metres water requirement is 50,000 litres and I calculate from that, 75,000 litres will be needed for a 10X5 metre pool if the average depth is 1.5 metres. Assuming metric tons, approx 75 tons of water will be needed to fill the larger pool quoted. I intend to empty my pool (10X5) this Autumn or Spring for regrouting and my regular water supplier will refill it for 200 which I calculate to be approx 2.67 or 6.14 TL per ton. However, I should point out that his travel is only a half mile return journey and I give him EFFES and throw him in the pool on every visit. Thus the key to a good deal may be to try and contract with somebody as near as possible. Where is your pool located ? PS. Disclaimer. My maths is as poor as my spelling so please check figures. Best of luck with it



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