Crushed stone is often used as a material for producing concrete. It is also used as a road base, and in some loions it is used for paving roads, for example Russia has over 400,000 km (250,000 mi) of gravel roads. It is a great driveway base material, bike path base fill, paver patio sub base, walkways, and just general fill material.

Get priceCrushed limestone is a popular material used to make roads, driveways and parking areas. Figuring the amount you need for a paving project at your home is complied by the fact that limestone is sold by the ton, but the easiest way to measure your needs is to determine how many cubic yards of

Get priceIf the stone size is 1/2 inch or less, the suggested depth is 2 inches, while stones that are 3/4 inch to 1 inch should have a depth of about 3 inches. Stones that are 1 inch or larger should have a depth of 4 inches. A cubic yard of decorative stone (27 cubic feet) will actually cover

Get price1 1/2" crushed stone is an aggregate size that has been crushed, reduced in size and screened through a 2 1/4" square screen. The material ranges in size from 1″ to 2″. 1 1/2″ crushed stone is one of our most popular aggregates, and is also known as NJ DOT #3 Stone, Clean Stone, Bluestone, Crusher Stone and Crushed Rocks.

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Get price1 tonne or 1000kg of MOT type 1 stone aggregate will cover approximately 10 square meters to a depth of 2 inch (50mm) after the stone has been compacted with a vibrating roller or compactor plate. Nearly all builders yards and large DIY centre''s will sell crushed stone

Get priceHow Much Gravel Do I Need? To ease the stress of deciding how many tons of gravel you''ll need, use our gravel calculator to find the correct amount for your project. Enter the approximate length and width of the area you want to cover, then the desired depth (standard depth is 2") and size of stone

Get priceTo calculate the square footage, measure the length and width of the area you want to cover and multiply the results together. For example, a 4footwide, 10footlong strip between a shed and a fence measures 40 square feet. To determine the cubic footage of the area, multiply the square footage, 40 square feet in this case, by the desired depth.

Get price1 tonne or 1000kg of MOT type 1 stone aggregate will cover approximately 10 square meters to a depth of 2 inch (50mm) after the stone has been compacted with a vibrating roller or compactor plate. Nearly all builders yards and large DIY centre''s will sell crushed stone

Get priceThis page is about crushed stone for to cover 1 sqaure, click here to get more infomation about crushed stone for to cover 1 sqaure. Shanghai Shibang Machinery CO., LTD. HOME One ton of crushed stone will cover 120 square feet to the proper depth, so two tons of crushed stone will be needed for this driveway. 5.

Get priceFor example, one ton of #57 crushed stone would cover 150 square feet with a depth of 2 inches. When ordering larger or smaller crushed rocks, the coverage will change. Where to Buy Crushed Stone. More often than not, most homeowners purchase their crushed stone from large retailers such as The Home Depot or Lowe''s.

Get priceOur bulk materials are sold by the ''cubic yard'' (27 cubic feet) and half ''yard''. One yard covers approximately 100 square feet at 3 inches thick. 1 Yard of sand or stone equals approximately 1.5 tons. All bulk materials are available by pickup or delivery. All prices are subject to change without notice.

Get priceA 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.

Get priceSo 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?" Not sure what 2b is but crushed concrete with 1 1/2

Get price1 Ton of Sand will cover between 80 to 100 square feet at a 2 inch depth approximately.1 Cubic Yard of Gravel can weigh between 2,400 to 2,900 lbs. or up to one and a half tons approximately.1 Ton of Gravel will cover between 80 to 120 square feet at a 2 inch depth approximately.

Get price1 Cubic Yard of Gravel can weigh between 2,400 to 2,900 lbs. or up to one and a half tons approximately. 1 Ton of Gravel will cover between 80 to 120 square feet at a 2 inch depth approximately.

Get pricecrushed stone for to cover 1 sqaure. Bulk, Landscape, Material, Calculator, Tips, Kalamazoo, Bags. Converts square feet to cubic yards 1 cubic yard will cover the following amount of square feet at the There are 54 50lb bags of stone or sand per cubic yard. Get Price.

Get price3050 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 mulch will cover 9.48 sq. ft @ 2 ½" depth A 3 cubic foot bag of mulch will cover

Get priceCrushed stone is often used as a material for producing concrete. It is also used as a road base, and in some loions it is used for paving roads, for example Russia has over 400,000 km (250,000 mi) of gravel roads. It is a great driveway base material, bike path base fill, paver patio sub base, walkways, and just general fill material.

Get priceHow many square feet does one ton of crushed stone cover 4 inches deep? Not sure what 2b is but crushed concrete with 1 1/2" rock will cover about 60 square feet. 15 tons ends up being around

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Get priceSelect the material, desired size, and the area you need to cover to find out how much of that material you''ll need. Material Type Select One Decomposed Granite Cobble & Pebble Crushed Rock Lava Rock Flagstone Soil & Mulch Construction Rock & Sand Rubble

Get priceFor example, one ton of #57 crushed stone would cover 150 square feet with a depth of 2 inches. When ordering larger or smaller crushed rocks, the coverage will change. Where to Buy Crushed Stone. More often than not, most homeowners purchase their crushed stone from large retailers such as The Home Depot or Lowe''s.

Get priceSelect the material, desired size, and the area you need to cover to find out how much of that material you''ll need. Material Type Select One Decomposed Granite Cobble & Pebble Crushed Rock Lava Rock Flagstone Soil & Mulch Construction Rock & Sand Rubble

Get priceType 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 2" Minus Road base (RCA): 2,410 lb/yd³ or 1.21 t/yd³ or 0.8 yd³/t

Get priceTo determine the cubic yards of crushed stone needed to create an 8" base, multiply the total square footage by .02469. Example: For a 200 sq. ft. patio, you will want a four inch base of crushed stone. 200 sq ft. x .01235 = 2.47 cubic yards of crushed stone. Example: For a 200 sq. ft. driveway, you will want an eight inch base of crushed stone.

Get priceSo with a combined 120 square feet in the front yard, and 3 planting beds of approximately 80 square feet each, we have a whole sum of 360 square feet. Since it is clear to us that 1 "cubic yard" will cover 100 square feet we can safely say that we need around 3 and 1/2 yards.

Get priceCrushed stone can beautify your landscaping and help reduce weeds. Walkways should have at least a 2inch depth of stone, set on top of 2 inches of packed sand. Other areas may require anywhere from 1 to 6 inches of stone depth, depending on how much erosion you expect and the area''s purpose.

Get priceFor example, one ton of #57 crushed stone would cover 150 square feet with a depth of 2 inches. When ordering larger or smaller crushed rocks, the coverage will change. Where to Buy Crushed Stone. More often than not, most homeowners purchase their crushed stone from large retailers such as The Home Depot or Lowe''s.

Get priceThis Crushed Stone estimator will provide you with up to date pricing for your area. Simply enter your zip code and the square footage, next click update and you will see a breakdown on what it should cost to have Crushed Stone installed onto your home. Example: a 10 x 10 area = 100 square feet.

Get priceOur Stone calculator will help you estimate how many Cubic Yards of Stone you need for your desired coverage area. The crushed stone calculator offers 4 "Box" area fields and 2 "Circular" area fields for you to calculate multiple areas simultaneously (back yard, front yard, driveway, garden, etc.).

Get priceQuestion 1128455: The owners of the rectangular swimming pool want to surround the pool with a crushedstone border of uniform width. They have enough stone to cover 74 square meters. How wide should they make the border? (Hint: The area of the larger rectangle minus the area of the smaller is the area of the border.)

Get priceCrushed stone is quoted at a weight of 2700 pounds per cubic yard. Your stone dealer tells you he has a truck that can deliver 20 tons of stone per load. You need to know who many cubic yards that comes out to. Here is the math: 20 tons X 2000 pounds per ton = 40,000 pounds

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Get priceTo determine the cubic yards of crushed stone needed to create an 8" base, multiply the total square footage by .02469. Example: For a 200 sq. ft. patio, you will want a four inch base of crushed stone. 200 sq ft. x .01235 = 2.47 cubic yards of crushed stone. Example: For a 200 sq. ft. driveway, you will want an eight inch base of crushed stone.

Get priceA 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.

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