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30-03-2020· At a depth of 1 inch, the coverage is up to 240 square feet, and 3 inches can reduce the coverage rate to 80 square feet. If you use a conservative estimate, calculate 70 square feet for every inch of depth and ton of material. This is dependent on the type of job that you are purchasing gravel for.

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01-04-2020· One ton of gravel is approximately 18 cubic feet. One and a half tons of gravel equals 1 cubic yard, which is approximately 27 cubic feet. One ton of gravel covers an estimated 80 to 100 square feet when poured 2 inches deep.

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While a yard of stone weighs around 2,500 pounds (A ton and a quarter). Our Topsoil/Compost blend has a weight of around 1,800 pounds per yard because compost is much lighter than soil. A normal yard of soil would be in the 2,200-2,400 pound range. ... we have a whole sum of 360 square feet.

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Step One: Calculate Volume in Yards. The first step to estimating gravel, sand, or soil is to estimate the volume of material needed. Start by measuring the length, width, and depth of the area you need to fill in the same unit of measurement.

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Gravel prices are $10 – $50 per ton, $15 – $75 per yard, $1 – $3 per square foot, or $1,350 per truck load. Crushed stone delivery is included up to 10 miles.

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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.

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This Crushed Stone estimator will provide you with up to date pricing for your area. Simply enter your zip code and the square footage, next click update and you will see a breakdown on what it should cost to have Crushed Stone installed onto your home. Example: a 10 x 10 area = 100 square feet.

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Gravel prices are $10 – $50 per ton, $15 – $75 per yard, $1 – $3 per square foot, or $1,350 per truck load. Crushed stone delivery is included up to 10 miles.

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We had 2A modified, R-3 rock and foreign borrow delivered to our jobsite. The quanitites are delivered in tons and paid for in cubic yards and I must make the necessary payments. I am having a great deal of difficulty finding the correct information to make my conversion from tons to CY. I will use the 2A modified material as an example.

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This will tell you how many cubic yards of crushed stone you need. As an example, let's say your DIY project is a patio, and it calls for the use of crushed stone as a base. If your patio is 20 feet long and 10 feet wide, and you need 6 inches of crushed stone for the base, you would plug those numbers into formula, like this:

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1 ton of L Rip Rap will cover 23 square feet using D50 = 9" 1 ton of M Rip Rap will cover 17 square feet using D50 = 12" 1 ton of H Rip Rap will cover 11 square feet using D50 = 18" 1 ton of VH Rip Rap will cover 8 square feet using D50 = 24" River Boulders 3'x3'x3' approx. 1 ton, 150 lbs./Sq. Ft. Quick Conversion Factors Ton/CY Rock 1.25

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Length in feet x Width in feet x Depth in feet (inches divided by 12). Take the total and divide by 21.6 (the amount of cubic feet in a ton). The final figure will be the estimated amount of tons required.

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The closest most homeowners come to describing modified stone is the general term "gravel." In fact, gravel is what modified stone is not. A critical component of drainage beds to support buildings, barns and sheds, modified stone also provides the foundation and finish layers of unpaved roads, driveways and landing pads.

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16 x 10 = 160 square feet; 160 divided by 81 = 2 cubic yards (81 comes from the chart, 81 is how many square feet 1 cubic yard covers at a 4 inch depth) Triangle. Measure length and width of 2 sides; Length x Width x 0.5 = square feet; Square feet divided by sq. ft. per yard (from chart) = cubic yards needed

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Consult with the local supplier to find the density of the pea gravel product. In general, a ton, or 2,000 lbs., will cover 100 square feet at a 2-inch depth. A hundred square feet is equal to a uniform square that is 10-by-10 feet.

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Type in inches and feet of your project and calculate the estimated amount of Gravel Stone in cubic yards, cubic feet and Tons, that your need for your project. The .

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If you want an accurate answer, give your topsoil supplier a call to find out the density. For our example below, we'll use the estimate of 85lb per cubic foot: Convert your density to lb/yd 3. 85 lb/ft 3 = 2295 lb/yd 3 (1 pound per cubic foot equals 27 pounds per cubic yard) If you're in the US, divide 2295 by 2000 (there are 2000lb in a US ton).

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Stone Tonnage Calculator rohrers-admin 2018-06-06T15:51:08-04:00 Tonnage calculations are based on averages and should be used as estimates. Actual amounts needed may vary.

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Circular Areas / Square Footage For circular areas you only need one measurement, the distance across the circle, or diameter (as shown in the image at the right). The formula then is: Area = (Diameter / .

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Sand – How many tons of sand are needed to fill in a 50 FT x 50 FT area 1 FT Thick?< 50 FT x 50 FT x 1 FT = 2,500 CF / 27 = 92.5 CY x 2,700 LBS/CY = 249,750 LBS / 2000 LBS/TON = 125 Tons Concrete – How Many Cubic Yards of Concrete are needed to fill in a 10 FT x 10 FT area 6 Inches Thick?

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Answer (1 of 9): A cubic yard is a measure of volume, and a ton is a measure of weight. Hence, asking the question of how many cubic yards there are in a ton is impossible to answer without referring to different substances. Hence, how many cubic yards in a ton depends entirely on what kind of substance you're talking about, as some materials have an incredibly different density to others ...

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23-03-2005· Knowing the density, you can convert from tons, to a volume such as cubic yards. Then, to convert to square yards, you'd need to know one more dimension, such as the height. For example, if you want to know how many square yards a ton of gravel will cover, you'd need to .

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Multiply the length (L), in feet, by the height (H), in feet, by the width (W), in feet, and divide by 27. This will tell you how many cubic yards of sand or stone dust you need (in the construction world, most materials are measured in cubic yards).

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Our Stone calculator will help you estimate how many Cubic Yards of Stone you need for your desired coverage area. The crushed stone calculator offers 4 "Box" area fields and 2 "Circular" area fields for you to calculate ple areas simultaneously (back yard, front yard, driveway, garden, etc.).