"4 inches" is a length. "7676 square feet" is an area. "4 inches by 7676 square feet" describes a volume, which is equal to 2,558.67 cubic feet. (= 7676/3, because 4 in = 1/3 ft.) So your question is better put as "How many tons of crushed stone does it take to cover an area of 7676 square feet to a depth of 4 inches?"

128 sq. ft. @ 2 ½" depth per cubic yard 108 sq. ft. @ 3" depth per cubic yard 81 sq. ft. @ 4" depth per cubic yard. Pine Straw Bales 30-50 square feet per bale @ 2" + - Bags & Buckets A ½ cubic foot bag of gravel will cover 2.37 sq. ft. @ 2 ½" depth A 1.15 cubic foot bag of rubber mulch will cover 6.9 sq. ft. @ 2" depth A 2 cubic foot bag of ...

You can calculate the volume of gravel by multiplying area of gravel path by the desired depth: For e.g. 200 ft 2 * 1 ft = 200 ft 3 Purchase enough landscape rock to cover the area. If the area to be covered is 200 cubic feet, for …

The area that 1 ton of asphalt covers depends on the thickness of the asphalt to be used; for a half-inch thick section of asphalt, 1 ton will cover approximately 316 square feet, while 1 ton of asphalt will cover 79 square feet when laid several inches thick. To know the exact amount of material needed, the contractor must know the compacted density of the material.

One cubic yard equals 27 cubic feet. A 40 pound bag of topsoil usually contains about . 75 Cubic Feet of soil. There are 25.71404638 Dry Quarts in a Cubic Foot, so a 25 quart bag of potting soil would equal approximately 1 Cubic Foot.

A ton of gravel can cover anywhere from 20 square feet to 240 square feet depending on depth. More rocks per square foot result in a lower coverage rate. At a depth of 1 inch, the coverage is up to 240 square feet, and 3 inches can reduce the coverage rate to 80 square feet. If you use a conservative estimate, calculate 70 square feet for every ...

Coverage Chart Everything below is only approximate. One Ton of Rock Covers: One Cubic Yard Covers: 240 square feet 1" deep 300 square feet 1" deep 120 square feet 2" deep 150 square feet 2" deep 80 square feet 3" deep 100 square feet 3" deep 60 square feet 4" ...

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 …

A ton of gravel can cover anywhere from 20 square feet to 240 square feet depending on depth. More rocks per square foot result in a lower coverage rate. At a depth of 1 inch, the coverage is up to 240 square feet, and 3 inches can reduce the coverage rate to 80 square feet.

When laying the recommended gravel-layer depth of 4″, then a ton of pea gravel covers an area of 40 to 50 square feet. Spreading out 1-ton of gravel at 2″ deep covers 80 to 100 square feet, while 6″ deep covers 25 to 35 square feet or less if you use larger stones. On average, a square foot costs about \$0.70.

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

05-05-2006, 06:39 PM. Re: Need help sq ft to tons. You can calculate volume using one of the following formulas: volume = length * width * height. volume = area * height. though both need to be in the same base unit, so convert inches to feet first. 1134 square feet * (4 inches / 12) feet = 378 cubic feet. Now to convert volume such as cubic ...

How many square feet does a 3-ton air conditioner cover is quite easy to answer as well. 3-ton is equal to 36,000 BTU. If you apply the 20 BTU per sq ft rule of thumb, you can see that a 3-ton air conditioner cools about 1,800 square feet spaces .

10 – 12 Sq. Ft Per Ton. ***Linear Foot per Ton***. Whenever you are working with Saw-Cut material, it is important to note that the first size is the height or the actual face of the material. The second measurement is the depth where the material sits on. The lengths on these materials are always random between 12" to 28".

How many square feet does a ton of gravel cover? Understanding Size and Coverage Using 2 inches for the depth, the following measurements are a guide to the amount of gravel coverage per ton: 1/4 to 1/2 inch gravel, 100 square feet per ton; 1/2 to 1 inch gravel, 90 square feet per ton; and 1 1/2 to 2 inches gravel, 80 square feet per ton.

Square feet of rocks to Tons by rocks on 08/04/05 at 20:32:13 Hi, I'm trying to figure how much landscape rock I will need to order to cover 256 sq. ft. The landscape rock is 3/4" quartz, and I'm being told that I need 5.75 tons to cover this square footage with a 3" depth. That's 11,500 lbs of crushed rock!

Squeege 83 Sq. Ft. Pea Gravel 83 Sq. Ft. 314" Rock 77 Sq. Ft. 1 112" Rock 77 Sq. Ft. 314" Base 63 Sq. Ft. Crusher Fines 67 Sq. Ft. Amend Top 100 Sq. Ft. Cobble Conversion for 1 ton 2x4" Cobble 65 Sq. Ft. 4x8" Cobble 60 Sq. Ft. 8x20" 10 -15 Sq. Ft. Rip Rap Coverage 1 ton of L Rip Rap will cover 23 square feet using D50 = 9" 1 ton of M Rip Rap ...

The result is the number of sq yards that one ton will cover at 3 inches deep; or 18 div by 3 equals 6 sq yds per ton at 3 inches. Multiply 6 sy times 9 (9sq ft per sy) = 54 sq. Ft. For 1T at 3". Checking the two methods: 54 sq ft times 0.25 (3" in feet)= 13.5 cu ft times 148 lbs per cf= 1,998 lbs. As stated above, these calculations are based ...

Calculate Asphalt Millings. Type in inches and feet of your project and calculate the estimated amount of Recycled Materials in cubic yards, cubic feet and Tons, that your need for your project. The Density of Asphalt Millings: 2,410 lb/yd³ or 1.21 t/yd³ or 0.8 yd³/t. Type in your numbers.