How Many Cubic Feet in a Ton of Gravel?


How many cubic feet in a ton of gravel depends on the actual size of the gravel. If, for example, the gravel was 3/4 of an inch then there would be 19.2 cubic feet per ton of gravel. Gravel is also measured by cubic yard and this size gravel weighs 2,800 lbs per cubic yard.
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6.65 tons of loose, dry gravel would be needed for a 140 cubic ft space. Want gravel with sand?
Knowing that 1 cubic foot is pretty much equal to 100 pounds or 0.05 ton, 1 ton of gravel is around 20 cubic feet.
Loose dry gravel has a density of about 95 pounds/cubic foot, wet is about 125 pounds/cubic foot. 1 ton = 2000 pounds. 2000 pounds / 95 pounds/cubic foot = 21 cubic foot. 21 cubic
The amount of cubic yards in a ton depends on what material you are using. A ton of gravel is not going to take up as much space as would a ton of balsa wood.
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