Q: How many meters squared in a ton of sand?

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one ton of sand covers about 100 square feet which is about 9.3 square meters.

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1 metric ton = 1000 Kg It doesn't matter if it is dry sand, wet sand or anything else. A 'metric ton' is often just called a 'tonne', to distinguish it from the other two types of tons (British ton and US ton).

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one ton of sand covers about 100 square feet which is about 9.3 square meters.

It will depend on type of sand ie fine,medium,coarse one cu mt per ton of sand will range between 1.4 ton to 2 ton

1.7 metres squared, or 60 feet in the old language

depends of the mass of what u are measuring

4.12g/cm cubed

Masonry sand is estimated to weigh approximately 160 pounds per cubic foot. Therefore, it would take 12.5 cubic feet of masonry sand to equal one ton.

Use this formula: square miles per kg3 x1.93368166 × 1015 = cm2 per cubic ton

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One ton equal to how many cft

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1 metric ton = 1000 Kg It doesn't matter if it is dry sand, wet sand or anything else. A 'metric ton' is often just called a 'tonne', to distinguish it from the other two types of tons (British ton and US ton).