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Calculate W10 Screenings (Washed) | cubic yards / Tons

Washed #5 Gravel Stone Calculate W10 Screenings (Washed) Type in inches and feet of your project and calculate the estimated amount of Sand / Screenings in cubic yards, cubic feet and Tons, that your need for your project. The Density of W10 Screenings (Washed): 2,410 lb/yd³ or 1.21 t/yd³ or 0.8 yd³/t

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Calculate Paver Screenings | cubic yards / Tons

Calculate Paver Screenings. Type in inches and feet of your project and calculate the estimated amount of Sand / Screenings in cubic yards, cubic feet and Tons, that your need for your project. The Density of Paver Screenings: 2,410 lb/yd³ or 1.21 t/yd³ or 0.8 yd³/t. A:

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Material Calculator - Legends Landscape Supply Inc.

Calculator. Make your next landscape project an efficient and lucrative one. Lower the risk of having leftover piles of material after your next landscaping project with our material calculator. Using this helpful tool, you can order the perfect amount to get the job done just the way you want it. Whether you’re in need of a landscape stone calculator, limestone screening calculator or a road base material calculator, this handy tool can help you make your next project a success.

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Aggregate Volume Calculator | Sand, Stone, Gravel, Limestone ...

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STONE CALCULATOR [How Much Stone do I Need] - Construction ...

The density of the stone is 100 lb/ft³, and it costs $10 per yd³. I enter these values in the calculator which would perform the following calculations: $$Volume = \pi\ \times \biggl ( {Diameter \over 2}\biggr)^2 \times Depth = \pi\ \times \biggl ( {10 ft \over 2}\biggr)^2 \times 12\,in = 2.909 ft^3$$.

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Tons-Bulk-Sand-Gravel-Limestone-Material-Calculator

Calculate Tons of Compacted Gravel or Limestone. Phone: 847-223-7000 / Fax: 847-223-7067. Length in feet x Width in feet x Depth in feet (inches divided by 12). Take the total and divide by 21.6 (the amount of cubic feet in a ton). The final figure will be the estimated amount of tons required.

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A1 Mulch

Stone, Gravel, Sand & Screenings Calculator. Do you know how much Stone, Gravel, Sand & Screenings you'll need for your project? If you don't buy enough, you'll waste your valuable time running back to get more. If you buy too much, you'll waste your valuable money. A-1 Mulch is here to help.

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Gravel Calculator - Estimate Landscaping Material in Yards ...

Step One: Calculate Volume in Yards. The first step to estimating gravel, sand, or soil is to estimate the volume of material needed. Start by measuring the length, width, and depth of the area you need to fill in the same unit of measurement. Multiply the length, width, and height together to find the volume of the space.

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Gravel Calculator - calculate how much gravel you need

To calculate how much gravel you need to cover a rectangular area you need to multiply the volume by the gravel density. The volume formula for a rectangular (or square) box in cubic feet is height(ft) x width(ft) x length(ft) , as seen in the figure below:

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Bulk Material Calculator | Contractors Stone Supply

Please enter the measurements below and press "Calculate" to receive the approximate tons of 4" ledge or chopped stone needed for edging the specified area. Length (in Feet) Calculate. Tons Needed. 6” CHOPPED STONE WILL COVER 70-75 LINEAR FEET PER TON. 8” CHOPPED STONE WILL COVER 45-50 LINEAR FEET PER TON.

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Gravel Needed Calculator | Gravel Calculator

Our calculator uses the formula to convert and calculate: width/3 x length/3 x depth/36 = amount of gravel in cubic yards. Since our calculator takes the effort out of finding out how much gravel you need, you do not need to remember the formula or how to make the calculation manually.

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Gravel Calculator | How much gravel do you need?

You can calculate the required volume of gravel by multiplying the gravel path area by the desired thickness: 23 yd² * 0.1 yd = 2.3 yd³ The last things to assess are the estimated weight of the required gravel and its cost.

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Limestone Screenings » WW Siegel Sand and Gravel

Limestone Screenings are compactible material available at ¼” minus. When Would I use Limestone Screenings? Limestone is an excellent compactible material and is a useful material for walkways, under interlocking stones, patios, and under pools.

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Granite Screenings - Landscape Supply Materials

Commonly used as a base and/or joint material for pavers and flagstone ensuring proper drainage. It is more coarse than sand and compacts well.

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Martin Stone Quarries - Calculator

Stone Calculator. Calculations are based upon a sample weight of 90-150 lbs. per cubic foot. Material that compacts such as modified's, will be toward the high end where loose material with more air pockets such as 2B will be toward the lower end.

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Calculator - Fred Burrows Trucking Excavating, Commercial ...

Drainage Stone, Bedding Stone: Ton: Roundstone: River Rock: Ton: Crusher Run: Driveway Mix: Ton: Stone Dust: Screenings: Ton: Mason Sand Ton: Concrete Sand Ton: Item #4 Gravel Cubic Yard (CY) Item #4 Gravel Ton: Bank-Run Gravel: ROB Gravel: Cubic Yard (CY) Rip-Rap: Slope Protection: Ton: Gabions Ton

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Landscape Materials Calculator | Peel Landscape Depot

To Calculate # of Yards: length (in feet) x width (in feet) x depth (in inches) divided by 12 divided by 27; Natural Stone. Natural Stone calculate approximate # of tonnes: length (in feet) x width (in feet) x height (in inches) divided by 12 x 170 divided by 2000; Random Flagstone. Random Flagstone Coverage per Tonne

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Stone Calculator - Crushed Stone Cubic Yard Calculator

Enter the distance across each circular area measured in feet. and the materials coverage depth for each area in inches. Circle 1 Square feet. Circle 2 Square Feet. Circle 1 cubic yards. Circle 2 cubic yards.

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Calculate the Cubic Yards of Stone Dust You Need

Multiply the length (L), in feet, by the height (H), in feet, by the width (W), in feet, and divide by 27. This will tell you how many cubic yards of sand or stone dust you need (in the construction world, most materials are measured in cubic yards). For example, let's say your stone patio is 20 feet long and 20 feet wide.

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Gravel Calculator – Square Footage Area

First, we need to divide the gravel path into four rectangles: Now, we have to measure the length and width of each sector. Calculate each area of rectangles. Sector 1 has a length of 20 feet and a width of 3 feet which gives 60ft 2. Sector 2 has a length of 15 feet and a width of 4 feet which gives 60ft 2.

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Specials - A1 Mulch

Stone, Gravel, Sand & Screenings Calculator. Do you know how much Stone, Gravel, Sand & Screenings you'll need for your project? If you don't buy enough, you'll waste your valuable time running back to get more. If you buy too much, you'll waste your valuable money. A-1 Mulch is here to help.

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2021 Gravel Prices | Crushed Stone Cost (Per Ton, Yard & Load)

Stone Dust or Screenings Cost Stone dust costs $30 to $145 per ton , or between $10 to $25 per yard , depending on if it's delivered or picked up. The finished product can be used as a base material below patios and pavers, as a final base for horse barns, or for filling void spaces.

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Construction Aggregate Calculator - Vulcan Materials Company

Construction Aggregate Calculator. Enter the width, length, thickness, and product density and hit the “Calculate” button to calculate your estimate. If you do not know the product density, use the optional density estimator* or contact a local sales representative.

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Gravel Calculator: Free Online Tool - Braen Supply

Using a gravel calculator is an ideal way to accurately plan your inventory needs for larger-scale projects, and to make sure you purchase just the right amount of gravel for one-off jobs. Understanding how these handy online tools work is essential to harnessing their power to help you save money and maximize your budget.

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How Much Crushed Stone Do You Need? A Sure-Fire Formula

Use this formula to determine how much crushed stone you will need for your project: (L'xW'xH') / 27 = cubic yards of crushed stone needed. In the construction world, most materials are measured in cubic yards. Multiply the length (L), in feet, by the width (W), in feet, by the height (H), in feet, and divide by 27.

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Aggregates - Callanan

materials calculator Length (Feet) Width (Feet) Depth (Inches) Material 1B,Screenings - Washed 1BD-Screenings Dry #1A Crushed Stone #1 Crushed Stone #2 Crushed Stone #1 & #2 Mix Crushed Stone Crusher Run ASTM #57 Stone Type 2 SubBase Stone-Fill Fine Stone-Fill Light Stone Fill Medium Stone Fill Heavy Gabion Stone Embankment 203.06 Select Fill ...

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Stone - Behrens Landscaping

Limestone Screenings are grey in color and range in size from a small chip to sand like granules. This stone is commonly used as a finishing layer for pavers, retaining walls, and flagstone walkways. 0000-00-00 00:00:00

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Crushed Stone vs. Quarry Process vs. Stone Dust

Stone dust, also known as stone screenings, is the finest of the types of crushed stone. Although it is made from the same type of stone as the other two types, it is crushed into a powder. When used by itself stone dust forms a hard surface that is water resistant. When used with a larger stone it acts as a binding agent.

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Construction Materials Calculator | Crushed Stone Calculator

Project and Material Resources. At Braen Stone we strive to make your experience as smooth as possible. As one of the largest suppliers of construction materials in NJ, NY, PA & CT we wanted to share some of the resources that our team finds most helpful.

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Aggregate Materials Calculator - Patuxent Companies

Manual Calculator. Multiply the length of the area by the width of the area = Square Feet. Multiply Square Feet by the Depth * = Cubic Feet. Divide Cubic Feet by 27 = Cubic Yards. Multiply Cubic Yards by 1.5 = Tons Needed.

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