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# How many gallons in a cubic meter?

## 264.172052 US Fluid Gallons

### Cubic Meters to Gallons (How many gallons in a cubic meter?)

This is a conversion calculator that converts the volume in cubic meters (m3) to volume in gallons (gal). The first step when using this calculator is to enter the value in cubic meters in the blank text field. The ‘Convert' button is used to initiate the conversion from cubic meters to gallons. Press this control to give you the results in gallons.

##### Example

Convert 0.05 cubic meters to gallons

##### Solution

First, enter the value in cubic meters (0.05) in the blank text field and press the ‘Convert' button. This initiates the conversion from cubic meters to gallons and the result is displayed as;

0.05 Cubic Meter = 13.2086026 US Fluid Gallons

This means that there are 13.2086026 US Fluid Gallons in 0.05 cubic meters.

Use the same procedure when you want to perform another conversion from cubic meters to gallons.

## Cubic Meters to Gallons Conversion

Enter a value that you want to convert into US gallons and click on the "convert" button.

#### How many gallons in a cubic meter?

The volume units' conversion factor of cubic meters to gallons varies depending on the type of unit and standard used in the conversion.

1 Cubic Meter = 264.172052 Gallons (Fluid, US)

1 Cubic Meter = 227.0207445 Gallons (Dry, US)

1 Cubic Meter = 219.9692483 Gallons (UK)

This implies that there are 264.172052 US fluid Gallons in one cubic meter. We multiply the value in cubic meters by the conversion factor to determine the number of gallons in a cubic meter.

For example; how many gallons are in 0.8 cubic meters?

I.e. 0.8 x 264.172052 = 211.3376416 US Fluid Gallons

Definitions

A cubic meter is a unit of volume measurement in the metric system abbreviated as "m3". One cubic meter is equal to 220 imperial gallons and 264.1 US fluid gallons.

A gallon is a unit of volume measurement in the US customary and imperial systems, abbreviated as "gal". There are two types of a gallon in the US customary system while there is only one in the imperial system.