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The density of gravel can vary with stone type and range of stone sizes, but is usually around 1.5 - 1.6 t/m³, so 1 t is around 0.65 m³.

One cubic yard will equal approximately 2781

lbs.

In Crushed stone I usually multiply by .9 meaning that on a 6 cubic meter container, I get 5.4 tons.

BY Pro. M.SHOAIB BILAL

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Specific Gravity & Weight Per Cubic Foot:

MaterialSpecific Gravitylb. per cf-

Acetic acid, 90%1.0666.3

Alcohol, ethyl0.78949.0

Alcohol, methyl0.79149.0

Alfalfa, ground0.2616.0

Alum, lumpy0.8855.0

Alum, pulverized0.7547.0

Alumina0.9660.0

Aluminum, solid2.64165.0

Aluminum, oxide1.5295

Ammonia gas0.000.048

Ammonium sulfate0.8352

Andesite, solid2.77173

Antimony, cast6.70418

Apple wood, dry0.7144

Apples0.6440

Arsenic5.67354

Asbestos, shredded0.3522

Asbestos, solid2.45153

Ash wood, black, dry0.5434

Ash wood, white, dry0.6742

Ashes0.6641

Aspen wood0.4226

Asphalt, crushed0.7245

Babbitt7.28454

Bagasse0.127.5

Bakelite, solid1.3685

Baking powder0.7245

Barium3.78236

Bark, wood refuse0.2415

Barley0.6138

Barite, crushed2.88180

Basalt, broken1.96122

Basalt, solid3.01188

Bauxite, crushed1.2880

Beans, castor0.5836

Beans, cocoa0.5937

Beans, navy0.8050

Beans, soy0.7245

Beeswax0.9660

Beets0.7245

Bentonite0.5937

Bicarbonate of soda0.6943

Birch wood, yellow0.7144

Bismuth9.79611

Bones, pulverized0.8855

Borax, fine0.8553

Bran0.2616

Brass, cast8.56534

Brass, rolled8.56534

Brewers grain0.4327

Brick, common red1.92120

Brick, fire clay2.40150

Brick, silica2.05128

Brick, chrome2.80175

Brick, magnesia2.56160

Bronze8.16509

Buckwheat0.6641

Butter0.8754

Cadmium8.65540

Calcium carbide1.2075

Caliche1.4490

Carbon, solid2.15134

Carbon, powdered0.085

Carbon dioxide0.000.1234

Carbon monoxide0.000.0781

Cardboard0.6943

Cedar, red0.3824

Cement, Portland3.1594

Cement, mortar2.16135

Cement, slurry1.4490

Chalk, solid2.50156

Chalk, lumpy1.4490

Chalk, fine1.1270

Charcoal0.2113

Cherry wood, dry0.5635

Chestnut wood, dry0.4830

Chloroform1.5295

Chocolate, powder0.6440

Chromic acid, flake1.2075

Chromium6.86428

Chromium ore2.16135

Cinders, furnace0.9157

Cinders, Coal, ash0.6440

Clay, dry excavated1.0968

Clay, wet excavated1.83114

Clay, dry lump1.0767

Clay, fire1.3685

Clay, wet lump1.60100

Clay, compacted1.75109

Clover seed0.7748

Coal, Anthracite, solid1.5194

Coal, Anthracite, broken1.1169

Coal, Bituminous, solid1.3584

Coal, Bituminous, broken0.8352

Cobalt8.75546

Coconut, meal0.5132

Coconut, shredded0.3522

Coffee, fresh beans0.5635

Coffee, roast beans0.4327

Coke0.4226

Concrete, Asphalt2.24140

Concrete, Gravel2.40150

Concrete, Limestone w/Portland2.37148

Copper, cast8.69542

Copper, rolled8.91556

Copper sulfate, ground3.60225

Copra, medium size0.5333

Copra, meal, ground0.6440

Copra, expeller cake ground0.5132

Copra, expeller cake chopped0.4629

Cork, solid0.2415

Cork, ground0.1610

Corn, on the cob0.7245

Corn, shelled0.7245

Corn, grits0.6742

Cottonseed, dry, de-linted0.5635

Cottonseed, dry, not de-linted0.3220

Cottonseed, cake, lumpy0.6742

Cottonseed, hulls0.1912

Cottonseed, meal0.5937

Cottonseed, meats0.6440

Cottonwood0.4226

Cryolite1.60100

Cullet1.60100

Culm0.7547

Cypress wood0.5132

Dolomite, solid2.90181

Dolomite, pulverized0.7446

Dolomite, lumpy1.5295

Earth, loam, dry, excavated1.2578

Earth, moist, excavated1.4490

Earth, wet, excavated1.60100

Earth, dense2.00125

Earth, soft loose mud1.73108

Earth, packed1.5295

Earth, Fullers, raw0.6742

Ebony wood0.9660

Elm, dry0.5635

Emery4.01250

Ether0.7446

Feldspar, solid2.56160

Feldspar, pulverized1.2377

Fertilizer, acid phosphate0.9660

Fir, Douglas0.5333

Fish, scrap0.7245

Fish, meal0.5937

Flaxseed, whole0.7245

Flour, wheat0.5937

Fluorspar, solid3.21200

Fluorspar, lumps1.60100

Fluorspar, pulverized1.4490

Garbage0.4830

Glass, window2.58161

Glue, animal, flaked0.5635

Glue, vegetable, powdered0.6440

Gluten, meal0.6339

Gneiss, bed in place2.87179

Gneiss, broken1.86116

Gold, pure 24Kt19.291204

Granite, solid2.69168

Granite, broken1.65103

Graphite, flake0.6440

Gravel, loose, dry1.5295

Gravel, w/sand, natural1.92120

Gravel, dry 1/4 to 2 inch1.68105

Gravel, wet 1/4 to 2 inch2.00125

Gypsum, solid2.79174

Gypsum, broken1.81113

Gypsum, crushed1.60100

Gypsum, pulverized1.1270

Halite (salt), solid2.32145

Halite (salt), broken1.5194

Hydrochloric acid 40%1.2075

Ice, solid0.9257.4

Ice, crushed0.5937

Ilmenite2.31144

Iridium22.161383

Iron, cast7.21450

Iron, wrought7.77485

Iron oxide pigment0.4025

Ivory1.84115

Kaolin, green crushed1.0364

Kaolin, pulverized0.3522

Lead, cast11.35708

Lead, rolled11.39711

Lead, red3.69230

Lead, white pigment4.09255

Leather0.9559

Lignite, dry0.8050

Lignum Vitae, dry1.2880

Lime, quick, lump0.8553

Lime, quick, fine1.2075

Lime, stone, large2.69168

Lime, stone, lump1.5496

Lime, hydrated0.4830

Limonite, solid3.80237

Limonite, broken2.47154

Limestone, solid2.61163

Limestone, broken1.5597

Limestone, pulverized1.3987

Linseed, whole0.7547

Linseed, meal0.5132

Locust, dry0.7144

Magnesite, solid3.01188

Magnesium, solid1.75109

Magnesium sulfate, crystal1.1270

Magnetite, solid5.05315

Magnetite, broken3.29205

Mahogany, Spanish, dry0.8553

Mahogany, Honduras, dry0.5434

Malt0.3421

Manganese, solid7.61475

Manganese oxide1.92120

Manure0.4025

Maple, dry0.7144

Marble, solid2.56160

Marble, broken1.5798

Marl, wet, excavated2.24140

Mercury @ 32oF13.61849

Mica, solid2.88180

Mica, broken1.60100

Milk, powdered0.4528

Molybdenum10.19636

Mortar, wet2.40150

Mud, packed1.91119

Mud, fluid1.73108

Nickel, rolled8.67541

Nickel silver8.45527

Nitric acid, 91%1.5194

Nitrogen0.000.0784

Oak, live, dry0.9559

Oak, red0.7144

Oats0.4327

Oats, rolled0.3019

Oil cake0.7949

Oil, linseed0.9458.8

Oil, petroleum0.8855

Oxygen0.000.0892

Oyster shells, ground0.8553

Paper, standard1.2075

Paraffin0.7245

Peanuts, shelled0.6440

Peanuts, not shelled0.2717

Peat, dry0.4025

Peat, moist0.8050

Peat, wet1.1270

Pecan wood0.7547

Phosphate rock, broken1.76110

Phosphorus2.34146

Pine, White, dry0.4226

Pine, Yellow Northern, dry0.5434

Pine, Yellow Southern, dry0.7245

Pitch1.1572

Plaster0.8553

Platinum21.511342

Porcelain2.40150

Porphyry, solid2.55159

Porphyry, broken1.65103

Potash1.2880

Potassium chloride2.00125

Potatoes, white0.7748

Pumice, stone0.6440

Quartz, solid2.64165

Quartz, lump1.5597

Quartz sand1.2075

Redwood, California, dry0.4528

Resin, synthetic, crushed0.5635

Rice, hulled0.7547

Rice, rough0.5836

Rice grits0.6943

Rip-Rap1.60100

Rosin1.0767

Rubber, caoutchouc0.9559

Rubber, manufactured1.5295

Rubber, ground scrap0.4830

Rye0.7144

Salt cake1.4490

Salt, course0.8050

Salt, fine1.2075

Saltpeter1.2075

Sand, wet1.92120

Sand, wet, packed2.08130

Sand, dry1.60100

Sand, loose1.4490

Sand, rammed1.68105

Sand, water filled1.92120

Sand w/ Gravel, dry1.73108

Sand w/ Gravel, wet2.00125

Sandstone, solid2.32145

Sandstone, broken1.5194

Sawdust0.2717

Sewage, sludge0.7245

Shale, solid2.68167

Shale, broken1.5999

Silver10.46653

Slag, solid2.12132

Slag, broken1.76110

Slag, crushed, 1/4 inch1.1974

Slag, furn. granulated0.9660

Slate, solid2.69168

Slate, broken1.67104

Slate, pulverized1.3685

Snow, freshly fallen0.1610

Snow, compacted0.4830

Soap, solid0.8050

Soap, chips0.1610

Soap, flakes0.1610

Soap, powdered0.3723

Soda Ash, heavy0.9660

Soda Ash, light0.4327

Sodium0.9861

Sodium Aluminate, ground1.1572

Sodium Nitrate, ground1.2075

Soybeans, whole0.7547

Spruce, California, dry0.4528

Starch, powdered0.5635

Steel, cast7.85490

Steel, rolled7.93495

Stone, crushed1.60100

Sugar, brown0.7245

Sugar, powdered0.8050

Sugar, granulated0.8553

Sugar, raw cane0.9660

Sugarbeet pulp, dry0.2113

Sugarbeet pulp, wet0.5635

Sugarcane0.2717

Sulfur, solid2.00125

Sulfur, lump1.3182

Sulfur, pulverized0.9660

Sulfuric acid, 87%1.79112

Sycamore, dry0.5937

Taconite2.80175

Talc, solid2.69168

Talc, broken1.75109

Tanbark, ground0.8855

Tankage0.9660

Tar1.1572

Tin, cast7.36459

Tobacco0.3220

Trap rock, solid2.88180

Trap rock, broken1.75109

Tungsten19.621224

Turf0.4025

Turpentine0.8754

Vanadium5.50343

Walnut, black, dry0.6138

Water, pure1.0062.4

Water, sea1.0364.08

Wheat0.7748

Wheat, cracked0.6742

Willow wood0.4226

Wool1.3182

Zinc, cast7.05440

Zinc oxide0.4025

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