Q: How many square feet in a 30by60 pad?

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12 feet X 13 feet = 156 square feet 156 / 9 = 17.333 square yards

1 cubic yard of concrete fills 27/depth in feet square feet.The number of cubic yards you need is(length of the pad in feet) x (width of the pad in feet) x (depth of the pad in inches)/324

That depends on how deep you pour it.The number of cubic yards you need is(length of the pad in feet) x (width of the pad in feet) x (depth of the pad in inches)/324For your 28' x 20' pad, that's [ (1.728) x (depth in inches) ] cubic yards.

The pad has a volume of 4.67 cubic feet.

Slightly less than 1. 5x10 is 50 square feet. If the pad was 6 inches thick that would equal 25 cubic feet. There are 27 cubic feet in 1 cubic yard.

well 18 tons will do a pad 20X20 4 inches thick... which is almost 1/2 a ton per square foot at 4 inches thick. so 1 ton per 8 inches thick per square foot. so I would say around 42 tons of crusher for your pad.

Possibly if you could glue about 3 square feet of the roof to a pad from a crane.

450 sq. ft.

That depends on whether you have concrete pad shaped feet.

The area of the floor is (10 x 12) = 120 square feet = (13 and 1/3) square yards. You'll probably have to buy 14 square yards. The total cost will depend on the cost per square yard of the carpet you select. Also, don't forget to add the pad and installation costs.

Depends on how thick the concrete pad is. At 4 inches thick and allowing for a little waste and imprecise measurements, about 350 square feet. You can check out more options with the concrete calculator below.

Every dumpster must be placed on a concrete pad large enough to support the container and front wheels of the collection truck. The pad must be 18 feet long by 10 feet wide to accommodate one container.