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Old 09-03-2006, 01:20 AM
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What type of substance is type 1 crush?
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What type of substance is type 1 crush?
it is crushed concrete used for bases under drive ways
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i need to convert 15 cubic meters of crused concrete or mot type 1 in to tonnes
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The closest thing I could find was concrete gravel, it has a density of 2.4 tonne/cubic meter.

cubic meter * 2.4 = tonne
tonne / 2.4 = cubic meter

15 cubic meter * 2.4 tonne/cubic meter = 36 tonne
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what is the value of cubic metre to tons?
or how many cubic metre in 1 ton?
or how many tons in 1 cubic metre?
how much is 3.5 cubic meters of sharp sand in tonnes
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What is sharp sand? Quartz sand? Dry sand? Wet sand? I found several sands on the list but none specifically stating sharp sand.
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What is sharp sand? Quartz sand? Dry sand? Wet sand? I found several sands on the list but none specifically stating sharp sand.
just convert sand then from 1 cubic meter to 1 tonne wet and dry thank you
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Here is the data.

Sand, wet - 1.92 tonne/cubic meter
Sand, wet, packed - 2.08 tonne/cubic meter
Sand, dry - 1.60 tonne/cubic meter
Sand, loose - 1.44 tonne/cubic meter
Sand, rammed - 1.68 tonne/cubic meter
Quartz sand - 1.2 tonne/cubic meter

cubic meters * x = tonne
tonne / x = cubic meters

Where x is one of the values from above.
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Old 10-26-2006, 12:56 PM
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how do i convert Granular Fill OPSS Form 1010, Granular B, Type I or II from tons to cubic metres? This is compacted fill for backfilling a building foundation.
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I need to convert tons to cubic metres and I can't find that conversion anywhere. Can anyone help?
1 MT = cubic meter
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