How Much Does a Cubic Foot of Ice Weigh?


Ice is basically frozen water. Pure water with no impurities weighs 28.1 kilograms per cubic foot. And water expands by 4% when frozen, thus one cubic foot of water expands to 1.04 cubic feet of ice. Following this logic you can say one cubic foot of ice weighs 26.9 Kilograms.
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A cubic foot of ice weighs one hundred and fifty to two hundred and fifty. This measurement varies with the impurities found in water. Once cubic foot of water weighs 62lbs and one cubic foot of ice weighs approximately 59.52 lbs.
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