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Yiou cannot express a ton of sand in sq. ft it will be cubic ft.

Q: Square feet 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.

about 4.8 ton of sand

There are nine square feet in one square yard.

You need to mention how deep you want the sand to be

Yes

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

How many square feet will a ton of salt cover?

depends on what kind of sand you want. Prices can vary from $15 to $30.

Sand is usually sold by the ton so if you find the amount needed by 100 x 1/6 this will give you your cubic foot total. Then you will divide by 27 which is the number of cubic feet in a cubic yard. You should have 16 cubic feet at these measurements. 16 divided by 27 is .59 or a little over half a cubic yard. There are 22 cubic feet of sand per ton so 1 ton of sand should do it. So if the sand in your area is sold by the ton then get 1 ton. If it sold by the yard get 3/4 yard if you can. Hope this helps.

about 4.8 ton of sand

One ton is a unit of weight. Square Feet is a unit of space. You cannot convert the two without knowing more information such as a tone of what will cover such and such square feet, a ton of insulation will cover this much square feet to this depth. etc...

There are nine square feet in one square yard.

The unit is a 3 ton and the rule is 400 square feet per ton. The answer would be no as it would be a better fit for a 1200 square feet home.

That depends on how deep the sand is.

Yes, a 4.5 ton air conditioner would be the minimum size for 2000 square feet.

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.