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Length x width x depth in inches. Then x .00625 = tons

Q: How do you calculate tonnage for ordering asphalt?

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Carpenters geometry to calculate angles of roofs and gables, as well as adding and multiplication when making measurements and ordering material.

Any number that you like: it depends how high the asphalt is stacked!

1 cubic meter asphalt=how much wieght

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Calculate the volume of mix needed by multiplying 20x20x9. This gives cubic inches. Then divide that answer by 144 cubic inches per cubic foot, and you have the volume in cubic feet. A cubic foot of asphalt is a different weight depending on the weight of the rock in contains, but let's 158 pound of asphalt hotmix per cubic foot. Multiply the volume in cubic feet, above, by 158lbs, and you have the weight of mix per 20x20x9. Divide the answer by 2000 to convert to tons. Divide the tonnage by the weight per cubic feet calculated above in the second paragraph.

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Cold Mix Asphalt is a mixture of aggregate and asphalt. Cutback asphalt is a liquid asphalt. Cold Mix Asphalt is a mixture of Aggregate and Asphalt. The Asphalt is usually am emulsion asphalt or a cutback asphalt. An emulsion asphalt is asphalt cement blended with water. Cutback asphalt is asphalt cement blended with a fuel oil, kerosene, or a naptha. The water, fuel oil, kerosene or Naphta evaporates and leaves the asphalt.

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