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converting metric tonne to m3
hey there
I need to know how to convert 1 metric Tonne=m3 also need to know 1000 kgs=m3.....this is in reference to gravel.... for some reason I just can not find what I am looking for(maybe cuz i dont really know what I am looking for) so I would like to know if someone can just convert it for me?? please and ty..... Last edited by billrhon; 08252006 at 09:25 PM. Reason: too confusing...not sure i am explaining it correctly 
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Re: converting metric tonne to metric cubed
I believe you are in error with your conversion factor, it should read 1.59tn per m3, NOT 1.59kg per m3. Otherwise a kilo a sugar, or 2.2lb, wouldn't fit into any shopping trolley, let alone a shopping bag

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Re: converting metric tonne to metric cubed
Yes that density should have said kilogram/liter, which is the same as tonne/cubic meter.
I deleted the previous post with the error. Gravel, loose, dry  1.52 kilogram/liter Gravel, w/sand, natural  1.92 kilogram/liter Gravel, dry 1/4 to 2 inch  1.68 kilogram/liter Gravel, wet 1/4 to 2 inch  2.00 kilogram/liter Concrete, Gravel  2.40 kilogram/liter 
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Re: converting metric tonne to metric cubed
1 tonne of cement plus 3 tonne of sand can cover how many cunpc meter ?

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Re: converting metric tonne to metric cubed
I can't find a density for mortar (concrete with only sand and cement, no gravel). Regular concrete is 2.4 t/m³. Probably not much different. So 4/2.4 = roughly 1.7 m³

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Re: converting metric tonne to metric cubed
I'm looking for the conversion factor for cubic meters to ton metrics. My material is gravel from 020mm or 056mm. Thank You.

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Re: converting metric tonne to metric cubed
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Gravel, w/sand, natural  1.92 kilogram/liter Gravel, dry 1/4 to 2 inch  1.68 kilogram/liter densities in kg/L are numerically the same as t/m³ 
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