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Multiply 60 by 1/6th of a yard (six-inches) to determine you will need 10 cubic yards of limestone. Step 4 Multiply the cubic yards of crushed limestone you need by 2700 (the number of pounds in a cubic yard) to determine the number of pounds needed, then divide that …
GET PRICEgranular gravel (>2 to 4 mm or 0.079 to 0.157 in) pebble gravel (>4 to 64 mm or 0.2 to 2.5 in). Gravel is used for roadways is areas with little traffic. In combination to sand is used to create concrete. The U.S. is the main producer of gravel since 2006. There are multiple types of gravel …
GET PRICEAll coverages are approximate. Due to natural variations in stone size, shape and weight, be sure to review the information with a member of our staff before placing your material order. Bed Calculator Gravel driveways use 10 ft. for width / Rectangular / Square Beds. For triangle beds, measure the two sides that meet at the 90° angle)
GET PRICERe: tons to cubic yards, anyone? 3/4 in. gravel I have a printed page from ACS Industries that gives a lot of material densities. It has several for gravel, but 'Gravel - dry (1/2" to 2")' seems to fit what you have. They give 2850 lb/yd³ (1 ton = 2000 lb) So your 20 ton load would be 14 yd³, more or less.
GET PRICESB2 gravel 3 to 4 inches, also called #3 Stone, costs $62 per cubic yard, $2.30 per cubic foot, or $31.43 per ton if you order 17.5 tons or more. SB2 ranges from 1" to 4" pieces of crushed grey granite rock, it's heavier, harder, and forms less dust than limestone.
GET PRICEType of Gravel Bank Run gravel. compactable backfill material; use as general fill for low areas-1" Screened Gravel. meets NYSDOT sec. 304.02 type 4
GET PRICECrushed stone #1 which includes 2-inch to 4-inch stone. Crushed stone #3 which includes ½-inch to 2-inch stone. Crushed stone #5 which includes 1 inch to fine stone particles. Crushed stone #10 which is stone dust. Crushed stone #57 which includes ¾-inch stone. Crushed stone #67 which includes ¾-inch stone down as far as fine stone particles.
GET PRICEAGGREGATES CALCULATOR. Use this handy calculator to estimate how much aggregate you will need for your project. Enter the Length, Width & Depth of your Project Area. Select the Unit of Measurement for your entered numbers (Feet, Inches, Centimeters or Meters). ESTIMATE VOLUME
GET PRICE3/4″ Clear Stone used for drainage around house, window wells, weeping tiles, french drain, under decks or where drainage is required. Can also be used for base for cement. Weight: 2500-2600 lbs
GET PRICEDisclaimer: Tilcon Connecticut Inc. does not guarantee the accuracy of this calculator. Please contact a sales rep to verify quantities.
GET PRICETo Calculate Yardage needed for your project enter the Width of Circle and Depth.. Note: you must enter your Depth Key Code Value. into the "Circular Calculator" for Correct Calculation. Example: A contractor is putting in a round pool with a 20 foot wide diameter, the base material that is needed should be 8 inches deep (see Depth Key Code).
GET PRICEOur 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 multiple areas simultaneously (back yard, front yard, driveway, garden, etc.).
GET PRICE3/8″ Clean Crushed Stone Uses. Crushed stone products are extremely popular in the industry and are used for a variety of projects and construction jobs. Some of the more popular uses of 3/8″ clean crushed stone is for the base of driveways, stone driveways, areas with poor drainage and walkways.
GET PRICEA mottled black & gray decorative 3/4″ fractured stone great for drip edge areas or a beautiful alternative to mulch. Fractured Granite 3/8" Gray in color, processed stone, great for kennels, paths, and walkways.
GET PRICEFirst, we need to divide the pea gravel path into four rectangles: 1, 2, 3, and 4. Now, we have to measure the width and width of each sector: Sector 1 has the length of 10 yd and the width of 0.5 yd; Sector 2 has the length of 4 yd and the width of 0.5 yd; Sector 3 has the length of 4 yd and the width of 2.5 yd;
GET PRICEHow many tons of gravel do I need? This calculator solves for the cubic yards but returns the number of tons based on 2,800 lbs. per yard. Round up to the nearest foot in the length and width boxes, and the same thing just use inches in the depth box to instantly get …
GET PRICECalculating Crushed Stone by Weight. A final calculation is if you need to figure out the weight in tons of your crushed stone. You might not need to figure this out, but it's handy to know. Most gravel weighs about 1.5 tons per cubic yard. So, for the examples above, 2.45 cubic yards of gravel weighs 3…
GET PRICEUnscreened topsoil 1:1.3 -1 cubic yard = 1 1/3 tons Gravel Bank run gravel 1:2-2" Screened gravel 1:2 1" and 2" Gravel 1:2-1 cubic yard = 2 tons 3"-6" oversized rock 1:1.5 8"-18" oversized rock 1:1.5-1 cubic yard = 1 1/2 tons Crushed Aggregates #1 Crushed limestone 1:1.5-1 cubic yard = 1 1/2 tons #2 Crusher run limestone 1:2
GET PRICEOur gravel calculator makes landscaping projects easier. When it comes to adding gravel, it is not enough to know the size of the area that needs to be covered. The depth of the gravel must also come into play. Problems arise for many people when they realize that they need to know how many cubic yards of gravel they need, but their measurements for the area was in feet and the depth was in ...
GET PRICESince we needed 6 inches of crushed stone, we used 0.5 feet for the height (that is, we converted inches into feet). If your number comes out as a fraction -- and it probably will -- round up. In the example above, you would round the 3.7 cubic yards of crushed stone to 4 cubic yards of crushed stone.
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