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Gravel Calculator - calculate how much gravel you need

A square meter of gravel with a depth of 5 cm weighs about 84 kg or 0.084 tonnes. The numbers are obtained using this gravel calculator. How much is a ton of gravel? A ton of gravel with average-sized pebbles is about 0.705 cubic yards, or 19 cubic feet, assuming it has been screened for debris and contains no leftover dirt, sand, etc. How much ...

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Aggregate Calculator | Cloburn - Europe's Premier Red ...

Un-compacted Cloburn aggregates weigh 1.4 tonnes per cubic metre. Therefore if you wish to apply them at a 50mm depth (the normal depth for a driveway) one tonne will cover 14 square metres. For pedestrian pathways, 35mm is normally sufficient in which case 1 tonne will be sufficient to cover approximately 20 square metres. Cloburn Firechip

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Base Aggregate Calculator - CSGNetwork

This script helps estimate the aggregate tonnage required for a particular job. To use this calculator, enter the appropriate width, length, and thickness of this application. Click on the measuring designator for thickness in feet or inches. Then, click on either Base Rock, Drain Rock, or a …

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Weight and dimensions of heavy commercial vehicles as ...

26 ton 18 ton 12 ton GCW 60 ton 40 ton 7.5 ton 3.5 ton No. of trucks 6 9 16 2 3 20 53 Space on road 300 m 432 m 755 m 130 m 172 m 903 m 2360 m Fuel per 1000tonkm* 27 lit 37 lit 53 lit 16 lit 19 lit 78 lit 178 lit Impacts of different vehicles sizes to transport 106 EU pallets (600kg/pallet) 2 x 25.25 1 x 18.75 2x 16.5

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Aggregate Volume Calculator | Sand, Stone, Gravel ...

call 416.798.7050 or 1.800.870.0926 for any sales and customer support inquiries

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Convert Cubic Meter to Ton Register - Unit Converter

Instant free online tool for cubic meter to ton register conversion or vice versa. The cubic meter [m^3] to ton register [ton reg] conversion table and conversion steps are also listed. Also, explore tools to convert cubic meter or ton register to other volume units or learn more about volume conversions.

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Weight Conversion Tables - Littler Bulk Haulage

Peat (dry) 0.8 tonnes per cubic metre Lump chalk 1.2 tonnes per cubic metre Sandstone 2.32 tonnes per cubic metre Gabion Stone (65-150mm) 1.5 tonnes per cubic metre. Gabion Stone ( 150-250mm) 1.2 per cubic meter. Lias 2.48 tonnes per cubic metre Granite 2.72 tonnes per cubic metre Slate 2.8 tonnes per cubic metre flint 2.3 tonnes per cubic ...

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Metric calculator for concrete - cement, sand, gravel etc

Concrete Materials Calculators - easy to use metric calculators for working out the cement, sand, gravel or all-in ballast required for concrete.

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Standard Weights for Crushed Rock Per Meter | Hunker

Solid rock is estimated at 2.5 to 3tons per cubic meter. If rock is crushed into uniform sizes, the presence of open space between the particles causes the load to be lighter -- approximately 1.6 tons per cubic meter. Mixed sizes of crushed rock can range from 1.6 to 2.2 tons per cubic meter.

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Sub base stone, mot and scalpings calculator

Sub Base Estimator. This form will calculate the approximate metric tonnes of unconsolidated DTp1 required for the entered area. Please enter the dimensions in the white fields below. The calculations will be completed when you leave the last input field.

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Cubic Yards To Tons Calculator

Convert cubic yards of material into both US tons and metric tonnes. Note that converting between cubic yards (unit of volume) and tons (unit of weight) requires a density figure, as explained below. To work out cubic yards from a width, height and depth, give the cubic yards calculator a try.

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Road Base | Bedrock Landscape Centre Townsville

Cnr.Herveys Range Road and Lynam Street Bohle Plains Qld 4817. Ph (07) 4723 1611 Fax (07) 4723 1647 Email Us

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How to Calculate Hardcore Quantities | Sciencing

A ton is equal to 2,000 pounds. To calculate the amount of aggregate you need for a project, make sure you know the length, width and depth in feet of your project. Multiply these three values to get the volume in cubic feet, divide it by 27 to get cubic yards and finally, multiply your result by 1.5 to get how many tonnes you'll need.

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FAQ - Landscape Product Weights & Volumes

31 · Guide to help calculate the weight and volume (in tonnes and metres) of landscape product, …

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DIY Conversion Tables and Conversion Information | DIY Doctor

0.96 tonnes per cubic metre: peat (dry) = 0.8 tonnes per cubic metre: lump chalk = 1.2 tonnes per cubic metre: sandstone = 2.32 tonnes per cubic metre: Lias = 2.48 tonnes per cubic metre: granite = 2.72 tonnes per cubic metre: slate = 2.8 tonnes per cubic metre: flint = 2.3 tonnes per cubic metre: yorkstone = 2.5 tonnes per cubic metre: Brick ...

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Construction Converter - The Calculator Site

Disclaimer: Whilst every effort has been made in building this calculator, we are not to be held liable for any damages or monetary losses arising out of or in connection with the use of it. This tool is here purely as a service to you, please use it at your own risk. Full disclaimer.Do not use calculations for anything where loss of life, money, property, etc could result from inaccurate ...

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t/m³ - Tonne Per Cubic Meter. Conversion Chart / Density ...

This is a conversion chart for tonne per cubic meter (Metric System). To switch the unit simply find the one you want on the page and click it. You can also go to the universal conversion page. 2: Enter the value you want to convert (tonne per cubic meter). Then click the Convert Me button.

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How to Convert Yards to Tons in Gravel | Hunker

May 03, 2018· Most gravel and crushed stone products have similar weights per ton. A general rule of thumb when converting cubic yards of gravel to tons is to multiply the cubic area by 1.4. For your reference, gravel typically weighs 2,800 pounds per cubic yard. In addition, there are 2,000 pounds to a ton.

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Metric ton per cubic meter (t/m3) Conversion - Density ...

metric ton per cubic meter conversion allows you find conversion from metric ton per cubic meter to other units of density, and you can find more additional metric ton per cubic meter information as …

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Gravel Calculator – Square Footage Area

The general range for a cubic yard of plain pea gravel is about $30 to $35, and a ton will cost about $40 to $45. For a colored variation, expect to add an extra $20 to $50 to those prices. If you buy in bulk, or 10 or more tons at a time, you may be able to get the price down to as low as $15 to $20 per ton.

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Fess | Dimensions and sizes of trucks

Volume: 92 cubic meters Tonnage: 22 tons. Standard tilt semi-trailer with a flat floor. Jumbo van (JUMBО) Length (4.2 m + 9.6 m =13.8 m) Width-2.45 m x Height (2.45 m and 3.0 m) Volume: 96 cubic meters Tonnage: 22 tons. l-shaped floor base trailer with "broken" frame, the reduced diameter of the wheels of a semi trailer. Mega wagon (MEGA)

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How many tonnes are in 1 cubic meter of stone aggregate ...

Jul 15, 2018· wt of stone Aggregates is 1600 kg/cum Ans : 1.6 ton

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Cubic Meters ⇄ Metric Tonnes Conversion - NinjaUnits

Definition of cubic meters of water provided by WikiPedia The cubic meter (in American English) or cubic metre (in British English) is the derived unit of volume. Its symbol is m 3 It is the volume of a cube with edges one metre in length. An alternative name, which allowed a different usage with metric prefixes, was the stère, still sometimes used for dry measure (for instance, in reference ...

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Concrete 1 cubic meter volume to Metric tonnes converter

How heavy is concrete? Calculate how many Metric tonnes ( t ) of concrete are in 1 cubic meter ( 1 m3 ). Specific unit weight of concrete - amount properties converter for conversion factor exchange from 1 cubic meter m3 equals = 2.41 Metric tonnes t exactly for the masonry material type. To convert concrete measuring units can be useful when building with concrete and where handling of ...

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How much weight of sub base will be equal to 1 cubic meter ...

Metric mearues are easy to work out! I litre of water weighs 1kg, 1,000 litres weighs 1000kgs (i.e a metric ton). 1 cubic metre of water is 1,000 litres so it weighs a ton. All other materials can ...

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Cubic Meters to Metric Ton Using Gravel - OnlineConversion ...

Gravel, dry 1/4 to 2 inch - 1.68 tonne/cubic meter Gravel, wet 1/4 to 2 inch - 2.00 tonne/cubic meter Concrete, Gravel - 2.40 tonne/cubic meter Choose the above density that most closely matches your gravel, and calculate using the formulas below. cubic meters * density = tonnes tonnes / density = cubic meters Thats the metric tonne.

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Stone, crushed volume to weight conversion

Stone, crushed weighs 1.602 gram per cubic centimeter or 1 602 kilogram per cubic meter, i.e. density of stone, crushed is equal to 1 602 kg/m³. In Imperial or US customary measurement system, the density is equal to 100 pound per cubic foot [lb/ft³], or 0.926 ounce per cubic inch [oz/inch³] .

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Topsoil Calculator - how much soil do I need?

Online topsoil calculator to estimate how much topsoil you need for your gardening project. Calculate the number of bags of soil of certain size would be required to cover a given area with a given thickness of soil layer. Soil calculator supporting metric and imperial units - kg, tons, tonnes, cubic meters, cu ft, cubic yards, etc. Calculate both the volume and the cost of the topsoil needed.

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How many cubic meters of sand is in 1 standard truck? - Quora

Jul 13, 2018· Density of sand is in between 1450 to 1600 kg per m3. If we consider standard truck container contain 10 tonnes of sand. (1000/1500)*10=6.66 cum. So the final answer is 6 to 9 cum.

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How much roadbase to order?

Feb 09, 2009· Road base in SE QLD weighs in at 1.7 tonne to the cubic metre (work in a landscape yard!) Most pebble and rock and sand, about 1.5 tonne and soils depending on organic content, 0.9 tonne. Dont use your bedding sand to fill the gaps (river sand) its usually way too coarse.

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Conversion Guide – Centenary Landscaping Supplies

40 · Volume Required (cubic metres) X Conversion Rate (Bulk Density) For example, if you …

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FAQ - Landscape Product Weights & Volumes

Guide to help calculate the weight and volume (in tonnes and metres) of landscape product, landscape soils, sands, aggregates, soil conditioners, mulch, gravels and pebbles. 0 Cart Summary There are currently no items in the cart

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Road Construction - Calculating Tonnes material required ...

1. OK, 45000 metres long road x 9 metre width x 0.019M (stone) = 7695 Cubic metres 2. 7695 Cubic metres x 1.6 SG of material = 12312 Tonnes 3. 12312 Tonnes divide by 30 tonnes per load = 410 Loads That is my thought on the 19mm stone, now for the 9.5 mm stone: 1. 45000 metres x 9 metres x 0.0095 = 3847.5 Cubic metres

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Quantity Calculator | Parklea Sand and Soil

Length of the first side in metres: Length of the second side in metres: Thickness in centimetres: Cubic Metres: What type of material do you want? Mulch/Woodchip: Cubic Metres: Garden Mix: Cubic Metres: Soil: Tonnes: Sand: Tonnes: Blue Metal: Tonnes: Blue Metal Dust: Tonnes: Natural Roadbase: Tonnes: Recycled Roadbase: Tonnes: Round Pebbles ...

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Topsoil Calculator | Calculate Volumes and Tonnes of Topsoil

Topsoil is usually sold in metric tonnes but first we must calculate the volume of topsoil required in cubic metres and convert this value into metric tonnes. Volume of topsoil is calculated using length (m) x width (m) x depth (m). The next stage is to convert this volume into metric tonnes. We base our calculations on 1 cubic metre = 1.8 ...