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Re: cubic yards to tons of pea gravel I just spoke with a guy at a gravel pit who told me that pea gravel is 1 ton per 1.5yds. If the pea gravel he is talking about is not smaller in diameter than what you bought, you got ripped off.

Get priceOur gravel calculator will help you estimate how many cubic yards of pea gravel you need for your coverage area. Handy tool for cubic material volume calculation. The gravel calculator offers 4 "Box" area fields and 2 "Circular" area fields for you to calculate multiple areas simultaneously.

Get price1 cubic yard = 1 1/3 tons Gravel Bank run gravel 1:22" Screened gravel 1:2 1" and 2" Gravel 1:21 cubic yard = 2 tons Calculator Contact Us A cubic yard is equal to 27 cubic feet. You can use the online calculator to determine how many cubic yards of material are required.

Get priceHow Many Tons Of Gravel Are In A Cubic Yard? Measurements and Units. There is one ton in a cubic yard and it actually depends on the structure and nature of area. Check out How Many Cubic Yards Are In A Ton Of Gravel? Measurements and Units. Of course, the weight per cubic foot of the gravel determines the answer to our question and the wt/cf

Get priceMaterial Calculator. Step 1: Select a material . Select Material Also known as Unit measurement Topsoil: Dirt: Cubic Yard (CY) BankRun Sand: Fill Sand, ROB Sand: Cubic Yard (CY) Crushed Limestone: Drainage Stone, Bedding Stone: Ton: Ton: BankRun Gravel: ROB Gravel: Cubic Yard (CY) RipRap: Slope Protection: Ton:

Get priceOne 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.

Get priceHow many cubic yards are in a ton of gravel? 1 Cubic Yard of Sand can weigh between 2,600 to 3,000 lbs. or up to one and a half tons approximately. 1 Ton of Sand will cover between 80 to 100 square feet at a 2 inch depth approximately. 1 Cubic Yard of Gravel can weigh between 2,400 to 2,900 lbs. or up to one and a half tons approximately.

Get priceA 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 averagesized 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.

Get priceWashed Gravel 1.35 tons (2,700 lb.) per cubic yard. Washed Limestone 1.20 tons (2,400 lb.) per cubic yard. Limestone Base 1.35 tons (2,700 lb.) "So basically, what ever cubic yard of rock I order is probably a good estimate of how many cubic yards I will be getting rid of?" Exactly. Use the tonnage estimates above to consider what your

Get priceThere is about 15 cubic feet in a ton of building stone or flagstone so divide the cubic footage by 15 to determine the quantity of stone needed in tons Example: A 20'' long stacked stone wall that is

Get priceStop by one of our loions and we''ll gladly load your truck or trailer. A regular size pickup will hold three cubic yards of mulch (a full load). Two cubic yards is about body level full. When picking up soils, sands and gravels, one cubic yard is all that is recommended on a pickup truck.

Get priceMost of Harmony Sand & Gravel''s products will weight approximately 2,840 pounds per cubic yard or about 1.42 tons per cubic yard. For estimating purposes, most Contractor''s consider the yield to be 3,000 pounds per cubic yard or 1.5 tons per cubic yard.

Get priceDec 15, 2018 · This is the number of cubic yards of gravel you need to complete your driveway. cubic yards you calculated earlier to get the number of tons of gravel you need. to Estimate Gravel Needs

Get priceThis calculator will estimate how much stone and/or sand (in tons) that are required for your job based on your material type and measurements. Please be advised that the total calculated tons may differ from your actual requirement due to variances in subgrade depth, compaction, material density, losses, etc.

Get priceDec 13, 2009 · It depends on how finely it''s crushed and the moisture content.Basicallly gravel is calculated to weigh a little over 1/2 ton per cubic yard. 1,080lbs to be exact.1 cubic yard will cover 3 sq yards when spread to a depth of 4in.

Get priceThis calculator will estimate how much stone and/or sand (in tons) that are required for your job based on your material type and measurements. Please be advised that the total calculated tons may differ from your actual requirement due to variances in subgrade depth, compaction, material density, losses, etc.

Get priceAnswer (1 of 7): The number of tons of gravel in a cubic yard depends on the density of the gravel. One ton is 2,000 pounds. Assuming the gravel has an average density of 100 pounds per cubic foot, there are 0.74 cubic yards of gravel in a ton. Divide this by the density to give the number of cubic feet, and then divide this figure by 27 to give the number of cubic yards.

Get priceOne 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.

Get priceDec 13, 2009 · It depends on how finely it''s crushed and the moisture content.Basicallly gravel is calculated to weigh a little over 1/2 ton per cubic yard. 1,080lbs to be exact.1 cubic yard will cover 3 sq yards when spread to a depth of 4in.

Get priceHow many cubic yards in a ton depends on what your material is. For instance, topsoil has a 1:1 ratio. 1 cubic yard of topsoil would be 1 ton, so if you have topsoil, 17 cubic yards would be 17

Get priceWashed Gravel 1.35 tons (2,700 lb.) per cubic yard Washed Limestone 1.20 tons (2,400 lb.) per cubic yard Limestone Base 1.35 tons (2,700 lb.) per cubic yard. Flagstone Calculator. Please enter the measurements below and press "Calculate" to receive the approximate tons

Get priceThe result is 0.167 cubic feet. Divide the 0.167 cubic feet by 27 cubic feet per yard to get 161.7 square feet that can be covered by 1 full yard of the pea gravel. In other words, 1 cubic yard will spread out to a rectangle that measures 10 feet wide by approximately 16 feet long and 2 inches deep.

Get priceFeb 12, 2011 · A cubic yard of gravel weighs about 150 lbs per cubic foot. A ton is 2000 pounds. So 2000/150 = 13.3 cubic feet. 13.3 divided by 27 cubic feet per cubic yard equals .49 or about a half a cubic yard. Looks like Hardy about right. To know exactly you need the weight of the exact material like gravel

Get priceGravel and other landscaping material is often sold either by the ton or the cubic yard, but most often large volumes are sold in tons. To find the weight of material in tons, you''ll need to know the approximate density of the material.

Get priceRe: cubic yards to tons of pea gravel I just spoke with a guy at a gravel pit who told me that pea gravel is 1 ton per 1.5yds. If the pea gravel he is talking about is not smaller in diameter than what you bought, you got ripped off.

Get priceType in inches and feet of your project and calculate the estimated amount of Gravel in cubic yards, cubic feet and Tons, that your need for your project. The Density of 1B Pea Gravel

Get priceRe: cubic yards to tons of pea gravel I just spoke with a guy at a gravel pit who told me that pea gravel is 1 ton per 1.5yds. If the pea gravel he is talking about is not smaller in diameter than what you bought, you got ripped off.

Get priceGravel is sometimes sold by the ton instead of the cubic yard. If you know how many cubic yards of gravel are needed then find the number of tons needed by multiplying the cubic yards by 1.35. Our gravel calculator simplifies the process of estimating material in tons.

Get priceRe: tons to cubic yards, anyone? 3/4 in. gravel Without a density, you have nothing to convert. There is a site has representative densities of a variety of solids including rock and stone but being new I

Get priceStop by one of our loions and we''ll gladly load your truck or trailer. A regular size pickup will hold three cubic yards of mulch (a full load). Two cubic yards is about body level full. When picking up soils, sands and gravels, one cubic yard is all that is recommended on a pickup truck.

Get priceTo convert volumes into tonnages (from cubic yards into tons) of gravel, sand or other typical mediums into tons ("tons" or "Short Tons" avdp): Find the best description of the medium you are using in the first column. Copy the factor in the column titled "tons/yard" a fourdecimal number in RED.

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Get priceJun 20, 2015 ·ಔ tons of stone delivered by dump truck Nick Barber. Delivery of 20 tons of stone by NJ Sand and Gravel to our home in Ocean Beach 3 at the Jersey Shore. The total area of the yard is

Get priceHow Many Tons of Sand, Gravel or Limestone Do I Need? Sand, Gravel & Limestone Calculator to Estimate Tons Required: Enter the length in feet: Calculate Cubic Yards for Mulch or Dirt: Calculate Cubic Yards for Circles of Mulch or Dirt: Calculate Tons for Sand, Gravel or Limestone: Calculate Tons for Circles of Sand, Gravel or Limestone

Get priceWe''ll help you figure it out!! Just measure the length and width of the space where you want to place the gravel, and then decide how thick you want the gravel to be (depth of gravel in inches.) Enter those figures into the chart below, and we''ll tell you approximately how many yards of gravel

Get priceSome common types of gravel include rounded pea gravel for landscaping and concrete, crushed stone for road surfacing, coarse piedmont gravel carried by mountain waterways, semipolished creek rock recovered from river beds, pay gravel with concentrations of precious metals and fine gravel with diameters of less than 4 millimeters.

Get price1 Ton of Sand will cover between 80 to 100 square feet at a 2 inch depth approximately. 1 Cubic Yard of Gravel can weigh between 2,400 to 2,900 lbs. or up to one and a half tons approximately. 1 Ton of Gravel will cover between 80 to 120 square feet at a 2 inch depth approximately.

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