linear inches to gallons - Trash Can Liners

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linear inches to gallons - Trash Can Liners

Postby tcw » Tue Nov 01, 2005 2:59 am


This has to be possible, since some manufacturers of trash can liners are able to do so. They list a description of their liners with length and height that equals x number of Gallons. Besides, since they list this data, presumably they know it.

I have customers which will order liners, but have no idea of the gallon capacity with the linear dimensons.

I have searched to the nth degree without any results.

Can anyone educate me with a formula or chart to solve this issue?

Kindest Regards,

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