Depending on how tight it's packed, dry sand can weigh anywhere between 1,442 and 1,602 kilograms per cubic meter. Therefore, a cubic meter of dry sand can weigh between 1.6 and 1.8 short tons. So in average, 1 ton = 0.6 m3, for dry sand.
The density of sand is determined by several factors including moisture content, whether it is packed or loose and if it contains gravel. Dry sand has a density of 1281 to 1602 kilograms per cubic meter, but wet packed sand has a density of 2082 kilograms per cubic meter.
The weight of 1 cubic meter of sand will vary depending on the condition of the sand. Compacted sand, wet sand, dry sand, and sand of different sizes will all have different weights.
1 cubic meter of concrete is made up of 1,750kg ballast 300kg cement = 12 bags 25kg 150 litres water or 1,200kg chippings 350kg cement =14 bags 25kg 700kg sand 150 lit water
3 cubic meter
Depends on the size of the truck!
A standard dump truck can haul approximately six cubic meters of sand. Sand and gravel are aggregates for foundations in Philippine construction.
1 cubic meter
1 cubic meter of fine sand is equal to 1.25 tons
Loose dry sand is about 1.5 tonnes per cubic meter, so a tonne of sand would be about two thirds of a cubic meter.
Depends on what it's a cubic meter of. A cubic meter of hay will be much lighter than a cubic meter of sand.
Generally the rule of thumb for this is 2.5 to 1, meaning you would need 2.5 cubic meters of sand to manufacture 1 cubic meter of concrete.
1 cm3 (cubic metres) of sand is equal to 35.3 ft3 (cubic feet).