### Estimation Guide - Estimation Guide-Michael...

100 sq. ft. @ 2 inches deep 1.5 ton = One cubic yard (27 cubic feet) Sq. ft. = L x W L x W / 100 = How many tons you need for a 3/4 size stone Area triangle 90 ...

### Stone Material Calculators - Stone Plus, Inc.

A ½ cubic foot bag of gravel will cover 2.37 sq. ft. ... per cubic yard; River Rock (all ) = 1.325 tons (2650 lbs.) ... thoughts being pointed in our general direction, therefore, we have adjusted this number to be more consistent with reality in order to ...

### Crushed Stone: Determing Yards Per Ton - Braen ...

Nov 26, 2013 ... The math to determine how many cubic yards of crushed stone you ... ton = Number of pounds; Number of pounds / pounds per cubic yard of ...

### MATERIALS CALCULATOR

Use the chart below to calculate how many full wheelbarrow loads in a specific number of cubic yards. A 2 cubic foot wheelbarrow has a shallow basin. A 3 cubic ...

### Re: Tons to Cubic Feet - OnlineConversion Forums

I am looking to find out how many cubic feet is in one (1) ton of sand .... I found several entries for the soil, and not sure about the 3 inch stone.

### Sq. Feet of 57 Stone to Tons - OnlineConversion...

I need a little help converting sq. feet of 57 stone to tons. The retaining ... I believe 57 stone has a density of 120lbs/cu. feet. I have taken 10' x ...

### Calculator - Summit - Topsoil and Gravel

Top Soil and Gravel ... -1 cubic yard = 1 1/3 tons ... 27 cubic feet. You can use the online calculator to determine how many cubic yards of material are required.

### how many cubic feet of no. 8 stone in a ton...

Ton= 2000 lbs. One Cubic Yard= 27 Cubic Feet 3'x3'x3'= 27 cubic feet Natural Stone. Full Dimensional Stone Approx 1.5 tons per pallet. Building Stone 3" to 5" ...

### Calculate 2B Gravel | cubic yards / Tons -...

Type in inches and feet of your project and calculate the estimated amount of Gravel in cubic yards, cubic feet and Tons, that your need for your project.

### F.A.Q. - Pebble Junction, Inc.

Most of our stone products are packaged on 1½ ton pallets. ... Multiply the Length (ft), Times the Height (ft), Times the Thickness (ft), then divide by 27 (cubic ft / ton). ... No, we do not sell Chattahoochee Stone, but we do carry many alternatives.