How many quarts are there in a gallon?
There are 4 quarts in a gallon in US and in the imperial system (UK).
Here is how:
For US:
In United States, 1 gallon has a capacity of 128 US fluid ounces and 1 US quart has a capacity of 32 US fluid ounces. That makes 128 / 32 = 4 quarts in a gallon in US.
For Imperial System (UK):
In Imperial system 1 gallon has a capacity of 160 imperial fluid ounces and 1 imperial quart has a capacity of 40 imperial fluid ounces. That makes 160 / 40 = 4 imperial quarts in an imperial gallon in UK.
How to convert from gallons to quarts?
To convert from gallons to quarts, multiply the number of gallons "x" by 4 for US fluid gallon, for US dry gallon and also for the imperial gallon.
For example, to find out how many quarts there are in a gallon and a half, multiply 1.5 by 4, that makes 6 quarts in 1.5 gallons.
You may also use this volume units conversion tool to convert between US, imperial gallons and quarts.
What is a gallon?
Gallon is an imperial and US Customary measurement system volume unit. 1 US fluid gallon is 128 US fluid ounces (3785.41 mL), 1 US dry gallon is 148.94 US fluid ounces (4404.68149 mL) and 1 imperial gallon is 160 imperial fluid ounces (4546.09 mL). The abbreviation is "gal".
What is a quart?
Quart is an imperial and US Customary measurement system volume unit. 1 US fluid quart is 32 US fluid ounce (946.353 mL), 1 US dry quart is 37.24 US fluid ounce (1101.32 mL) and 1 imperial quart is 40 imperial fluid ounce (1136.52 mL). The abbreviation is "qt".
The list for your reference:
1 US Fluid Gallon = 4 US Fluid Quarts
1 US Dry Gallon = 4 US Dry Quarts
1 Imperial Gallon = 4 Imperial Quarts
For US & Imperial Gallons:
1/8 gal = 1/2 qt
1/4 gal = 1 qt
1/2 gal = 2 qt
1 gal = 4 qt
3/2 qt = 6 qt
2 gal = 8 qt
5/2 gal = 10 qt
To find out how many quarts there are in "x" gallons for all conversions please check the table below. If the gallons to quarts conversion value that you are looking for is not listed in the conversion table, you may also create your own custom conversion table.
February 9, 2019