Q: How many bricks in an average pallet?

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Depends how high they are stacked. Usually over half a ton.

It depends on the company you are ordering from. I am unsure what the average is. Most likely take the square feet that would fit on the pallet laying flat and then multiply it by the height.

The answer will depend on how many bricks there are, and also on which bricks are numbered and which are not.The answer will depend on how many bricks there are, and also on which bricks are numbered and which are not.The answer will depend on how many bricks there are, and also on which bricks are numbered and which are not.The answer will depend on how many bricks there are, and also on which bricks are numbered and which are not.

500 bricks

imperial 52 bricks. metric 60 bricks.

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on a pallet of red clay brick there are 532

For clay brick typically 3'x3'x3' or 4'x4'x2'For firebrick or cement block typically 4'x4'x4' or 6'x6'x4'generally a pallet of brick holds about 516 bricks.Blocks about 108.

532 bricks in a pallet times about 4 1/2 pound per brick = 2394 pounds.

534 - If they are standard size American Brick.

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Depends how high they are stacked. Usually over half a ton.

The driver will remove the goods from the pallet and remove the pallet and wrap. The handball facility is off course within reason. A driver cannot be expected to handball a ton pallet of bricks. It is also not his responsibility to place the goods within the delivery location. He is not insured to do this.

A four foot by eight foot pallet of bricks costs around 19.00 dollars. You can buy bricks by the pallet or by the truckload. Individual bricks for tiny projects can be had at big box stores, and prices vary.

It depends on the company you are ordering from. I am unsure what the average is. Most likely take the square feet that would fit on the pallet laying flat and then multiply it by the height.

The number of bricks in 1 cubic foot can vary depending on the size of the bricks. On average, standard bricks measure about 8 inches by 4 inches by 2.25 inches. With these dimensions, you would need about 46 bricks to fill 1 cubic foot.

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