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Our soil calculator can be used to help you determine how much soil all of your containers will need. Whether you are growing in raised beds, 5 gallon buckets, or pots, our soil calculator has the flexibility to mix and match any combination of round and rectangular containers for you environment. For more information please point your ...

More DetailsThe cubic foot can be used to describe a volume of a given material, or the capacity of a container to hold such a material. US Gallons (Dry) to Cubic Feet table. Start ... 5.13 ft ³: 34 US gal dry: 5.29 ...

More Details144 Square Inches = 1 Square Foot 9 Square Feet = 1 Square Yard 30 ¼ Square Yard = 1 Square Rod 43,560 Square Feet = 1 Acre 4,840 Square Yards = 1 Acre 160 Square Rods = 1 Acre 640 Acres = 1 Square Mile *Level Spoonfuls CUBIC MEASURE 1,728 Cubic Inches = 1 Cubic Foot 27 Cubic Feet = 1 Cubic Yard WEIGHT OF LIQUID 1 US Gallon = 8.34 lb x sp. gr ...

More DetailsRock, soft 1 cubic foot 105.00 0.053 FEECO Sand, dry 1 cubic foot 100 0.050 FEECO Sand, loose 1 cubic yard 2,441.00 1.221 Tellus Institute Sand, moist 1 cubic foot 105.00 0.053 FEECO Sand, wet 1 cubic foot 120.00 0.060 FEECO Sewage, dried sludge 1 cubic foot 35.00 0.018 FEECO Sewage, sludge 1 cubic foot 45.00 0.023 FEECO Sheetrock scrap,

More Details· Re: cubic feet to pounds Here is data from Reade. Earth, loam, dry, excavated - 78 pounds/cubic foot Earth, moist, excavated - 90 pounds/cubic foot Earth, wet, excavated - 100 pounds/cubic foot Earth, dense - 125 pounds/cubic foot Earth, soft loose mud - 108 pounds/cubic foot Earth, packed - 95 pounds/cubic foot

More Details· The Raised Planter Calculator provides the volume Planter Shapes Rectangular Box Tapered Rectangular Tapered Polygon triangular planter hexagon planter Octagon Plantercircular planter and associated potting or garden soil cost to fill a planter, the amount of mulch or straw needed for coverage of the surface of the planter and the watering needed for different shaped planters (see …

More Details· In general, a pure cubic yard of fill dirt will weigh somewhere between 2,000 to 2,700 pounds depending on moisture content and composition. When it comes to a pure cubic yard of topsoil dirt, it will weigh around 1,080 pounds. However, topsoil is usually full of other material and can weigh between 2,600-3,000 pounds.

More DetailsRelated Topics . Material Properties - Material properties for gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more ; Related Documents . Density of Selected Solids - Density of selected solids; Dirt and Mud - Densities - Densities - pound per cubic foot and kilograms per cubic metre - for dirt and mud; Earth Pressure Acting on a Basement Wall - Lateral earth pressure on ...

More DetailsSoil for Standard Clay Pots and Plastic Nursery Pots: This chart will help you translate container sizes for standard clay pots and black nursery pots and give you an approximation of how much soil each will require (again these are dry soil measures): 4 inch pot (10 cm) = 1 pint (0.5L) 5-6 inch pot (13-15 cm) = 1 quart (1L) = 0.03 cu. ft.

More DetailsAnswer (1 of 13): The weight of a cubic yard of dirt will vary considerably depending on the consistency and density of the dirt you wish to weigh. For commercial purposes, a cubic yard of dry dirt can be defined as weighing 70 to 80 pounds per cubic foot, which can then be converted to 1,890 to 2,160 pounds per cubic yard respectively. In comparison, a cubic yard of mud or wet dirt is ...

More Details1728 cubic inches Step 2: Calculate the Density-Pounds per Cubic Foot (PCF) Density (PCF) = weight of the same item Cubic feet Example: Find the density of a 300 pound item with dimensions: 48 inches long, 48 inches wide and 36 inches high. Cubic Feet = 48 in. x 48 in. x 36 in. = 82944 cubic in. = 48 cubic feet 1728 cubic inches 1728 cubic in.

More DetailsGlass =1 cubic yard 2,160 lbs Gypsum, Dry Wall =1 cubic yard 3,834 lbs Metals =1 cubic yard 906 lbs Plastic =1 cubic yard 22.55 lbs Soil, Dry =1 cubic yard 2,025 lbs Soil, Wet =1 cubic yard 2,106 lbs Stone or Gravel 1 cubic yard = 2,632.5 lbs Rock, Loose 1 cubic yard = 2,570 lbs Metal Scrap 1 cubic …

More DetailsCompressed bale expands to yield up to 3 cubic feet of rich garden soil. For in ground use or raised bed gardens. Very easy to use, spread over the planting area and by using a shovel or rake, then turn the garden soil into the soil to a depth of 6-in. 2 Of these 3CF garden soil bags will cover 24 square feet at a …

More Details· One cubic yard equals 27 cubic feet. A 40 pound bag of topsoil usually contains about .75 Cubic Feet of soil. There are 25.71404638 Dry Quarts in a Cubic Foot, so a 25 quart bag of potting soil would equal approximately 1 Cubic Foot.

More Details3147 cubic feet = 3527. 396 pounds; So. 1 cubic foot = 3527.396/35.314 =99.887 pounds. So we can conclusively say that a cubic foot of sand weighs 99.887 pounds or approximately 100 pounds. No sand is created equal. When buying sand, you should note that there are many types of sand you can buy. Course sand, also known as yellow sand or builder ...

More Details· To first determine how much a cubic foot weighs, you start with how much a cubic yard weighs, which is 2,000lbs (or 1 ton). Next, you need to do a little bit of math. There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard, so if you divide 2000 by 27, that comes out to 74.07lbs (0.037 tons).

More DetailsNewspaper: 433 pounds/cubic yard 4.62 cubic yards/ton Office paper: 568 pounds/cubic yard 3.52 cubic yards/ton Mixed paper (1): 484 pounds/cubic yard 4.13 cubic yards/ton Magazines: 950 pounds/ cubic yard 2.11 cubic yards/ton . Corrugated Cardboard . Flattened boxes, loose: 100 pounds/cubic yard 20 cubic yards/ton . Containers

More DetailsThe weight of soil can vary enormously based on the volume of water it contains. One cubic metre of moderately damp soil (as freshly dug) soil weighs 1.3- 1.7 tonnes when dug, depending on how tightly packed it is. It should be noted that blended topsoil may be less dense and therefore closer to 900 litres or even 1 cubic metre to the tonne ...

More DetailsMoisture in soil holds it together and is a primary factor in determining the average weight of a cubic yard of soil, no matter what components the soil is made of. For instance, 1 cubic yard of dry soil topsoil weighs about 2,000 pounds, while the same soil can weigh around 3,000 pounds when saturated.

More Details· A cubic foot of clay weighs approximately 100 pounds if dry and 110 pounds when moist. Estimating the weight of soil is important when transporting it. A truckload of average dirt is about 18 cubic yards, or 486 cubic feet, which can be multiplied by the weight per cubic foot of the particular type of soil.

More DetailsSometimes topsoil and compost are sold by weight, which varies depending on what the material is. In the US, a 40-pound bag measures between 0.5 and 0.75 cubic feet. The Soil Calculator bag estimator is based on 0.75 cubic feet per bag. Calculations. If you want to do the calculations by hand, then skip Step 4 above, and do the following: 1.

More DetailsWeight (lbs) Source Plastic . Loose . cubic yard 25.7 4 Film . LDPE, loose . cubic yard 35 13 . LDPE, compacted . cubic yard 150 13 . LDPE, baled . 30" x 42" x 48" 1,100 13 Miscellaneous . Trash Bags . cubic yard 35 6 . Grocery/Merchandise Bags . cubic yard 35 6 . Expanded Polystyrene Packaging/Insulation . cubic yard 32 6 . Textiles . Mixed ...

More DetailsStep 4. Multiply the width by the length by the depth to find the number of cubic feet of soil you need. For example, if the length is 10 feet, the width is 10 feet, and the depth is 0.25 feet, the result is 25 cubic feet (10 x 10 x 0.25 = 25) Home-improvement and garden stores often sell soil in bags that indicate how many cubic feet they contain.

More DetailsHow many grains of 40-mesh sand are there in one cubic foot of dry beach sand? (assuming a 25 percent pore volume) How much would one cubic foot weigh? Would one cubic foot of beach sand 40 to 100 mesh weight more, the same or less? Why?

More DetailsAbout Clay, wet excavated; 1 cubic meter of Clay, wet excavated weighs 1 826 kilograms [kg] 1 cubic foot of Clay, wet excavated weighs 113.99346 pounds [lbs] Clay, wet excavated weighs 1.826 gram per cubic centimeter or 1 826 kilogram per cubic meter, i.e. density of clay, wet excavated is equal to 1 826 kg/m³ Imperial or US customary measurement system, the density is equal to 113.9935 ...

More Details· RE: weight in tonnes of one cubic yard. fattdad (Geotechnical) 24 Sep 07 13:16. typical weight of moist soil is 110 pounds per cubic foot (plus or minus 10 pcf). There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard, so a cubic yard would weigh 2,970 pounds plus or minus 270 pounds. Hope this helps in conjunction with the posts of others. . . . .

More Details1 cubic foot = 29.922 quarts (liquid) 1 cubic foot = 1728 cubic inches 1 cubic foot = 7.81 gallons 1 cubic inch = 16.39 cubic centimeters 1 cubic inch = 0.554 ounces (fluid) 1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet 1 cubic yard = 46,656 cubic inches 1 cubic yard = 202 gallons 1 cubic yard = 764.5 liters Capacities Cylinder - diameter2 x depth x 0.785 ...

More DetailsProblem 1. The moist weight of 0.1 cubic feet of soil is 12.2 lb. If the moisture content is 12% and the specific gravity of soil solids is 2.72. Draw a phase diagram and determine the following: a. Moist unit weight, y (lb/ft) b. Dry unit weight, Ya (lb/ft) c. Void ratio, e d.

More DetailsVolume Fun Facts. There are 54 50lb bags of stone or sand per cubic yard. 27 cubic feet equal 1 cubic yard (3''L x 3''W x 3''H). Soil weighs about 2,200 lbs per cubic yard. Stone weighs about 2,700 lbs per cubic yard. Mulch weighs 250-750 lbs per cubic yard. Full size pick-up with 8'' box a heaping load is 3 cubic …

More DetailsTo fill a 3x6 bed with 10" sides, you will need 15 cubic feet of blended soil. To create the blend, use the following quantities: 9 cubic feet of topsoil (9 20-quart bags) 4.5 cubic feet of compost (4.5 20-quart bags) 1.5 cubic feet of soilless potting mix; 1.5 cups Gardener''s Supply granular organic fertilizer

More Details· One cubic meter of soil weighs between 1.2 and 1.7 metric tonnes, or between 1,200 and 1,700 kilograms. These metric figures convert to between 2,645 and 3,747 pounds, or between 1.3 tons and 2.75 tons, per cubic meter. Loose topsoil is lighter, and compacted topsoil is heavier.

More DetailsPound per cubic foot is abbreviated as lb/ft 3 and is a unit density, defined by mass in pound divided by volume in a cubic foot. The kilo newton per cubic meter is abbreviated as kN/m 3 and is derived unit of density, defined by mass in kilo newton divided by volume in a cubic meter. Just enter the input value in the lb/ft 3 to kN/m 3 conversion calculator to perform unit weight of soil ...

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