What is the Density of Sand?

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The density of sand can vary greatly based on the conditions in which it's in as well as grain size. When sand is wet, the density is typically 1922 and when dry, 1602.
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Sand may be anywhere from 80 pounds per cubic feet to about 130 pounds per cubic feet.
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0.22344 kgm. 3.
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Estimates for Sand Density are dry 1780kg/m3, wet 1920 kg/m3, compacted 2080 kg/m3.
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