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Linear meters to square meters
I would like to know how to calculate an amount of let's say 2300 linear meters of paper folders into a number of square meters. In other words, How many square meters should I foresee in a room to be able to fit 2300 linear meters of folders ?
Thank you. 
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Re: Linear meters to square meters
What is the linear meters measuring?
I imagine paper folders as those thin pieces of folded cardboard you put papers in and stick in filing cabinets. No idea what linear meters could be referring to. 
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Re: Linear meters to square meters
1 linear meter equals to how many square meters

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Re: Linear meters to square meters
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In its simplest sense, linear meters * width = square meters, but it depends on what you are doing. 
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Re: Linear meters to square meters
[QUOTE=Robert Fogt]We need to know more information.
1 Roll flooring: 2m x 20 linear meters = ??sqft 
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Re: Linear meters to square meters
[Please guide me how we can calculate sequare meter to running meter.

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Re: Linear meters to square meters
Divide by width.

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Re: Linear meters to square meters
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File cabinets are often specified by the number of linear meters (or feet) They can hold. It is the useful depth of a drawer multiplied by the number of drawers. To answer the original question, however, you need the footprint of the file cabinet, and linear measure of its contents. Just as an example, I measured a 4drawer cabinet. Foot print is about 0.4 m x 0.65 m (0.26 m²) and it can hold 4 x 0.53 m (2.12 linear meters) But I think you would have to have a particular file cabinet in mind. The result would vary with width (does it handle letter, legal, or A4 width material, etc) and number of drawers. For a room, you would also have to plan aisles etc (you have to have room to open the drawers) 
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Re: Linear meters to square meters
I would like to know how to calculate an amount of let's say 2300x600x15000 (HxWXL)linear meters of GI Duct into a number of square meters. In other words, How many square meters ?
Thank you. 
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Re: Linear meters to square meters
2000m to square meters

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