How much rain does it take to fill an IBC tank?
For those of you concerned about the safety of Mark's jack-support hack --- don't worry, he's going to beef up the tower some more.
"You know, we only have
the tank plumbed to a small section of the roof," Mark reminded me.
True, but surely a 50-square-foot section of roof was enough to fill up
an IBC tank in short order? Time for a little math! 275 gallons of
capacity equals 63,525 cubic inches. Divide that by the 7,200 square
inches of roof area we have plumbed to the tank...and it would require
nearly 9 inches of rainfall to fill 'er up.
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