How Much Does a Cubic Foot of Gravel Weigh?


A cubic foot of gravel weighs around 100 pounds. This is a very rough estimate because there are many types of gravel made up of various materials and with different amounts of finer material. The more fine material and sand in the mixture the more densely pact the container will be and thus it might weigh more.
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