Depending on the type in question, a cubic foot of sand can weigh anything from 90 lb. per cubic foot to 130 lb. per cubic foot. Assuming common dry sand, the weight would be around 100 lb. per cubic foot. More »

One cubic foot of gravel weighs, on average, 330 pounds, or about 150 kilograms. This average weight assumes that the cubic foot of gravel is dry. More »

A cubic foot of gold weighs approximately 1,206 pounds. A cubic inch of gold weighs approximately 0.7 pounds. Gold is a dense, heavy metal, and if a 1-gallon milk container was filled with gold, it would weigh about 161 ... More »

One cubic foot of gravel weighs, on average, 330 pounds, or about 150 kilograms. This average weight assumes that the cubic foot of gravel is dry. More »

A cubic foot of soil weighs between 74 and 110 pounds, depending on the type of soil and how moist it is. Dry, loose dirt weighs about 76 pounds per cubic foot, while moist, loose dirt weighs 78 pounds per cubic foot. A ... More »

Multiplying the length, width and depth, converted to yards, of the area in question provides the amount of concrete needed in cubic yards. This formula is applicable for any square or rectangular area, commonly referred... More »

The weight of a 2-by-6-inch piece of wood varies based on the type of lumber and the moisture content of the lumber. On average, however, it weighs 2 pounds per foot. More »