A cubic yard of normal concrete weighs approximately 4,000 pounds, according to Cemex. This may vary based on the mix design, the amount of hydration and environmental conditions. More »

A cubic yard of dry gravel weighs approximately 2,970 pounds. Gravel collected from water weighs approximately 1,620 pounds per cubic yard. Sand and gravel, also known as aggregates, result from mining. More »

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The weight of gravel per cubic yard is approximately 2,970 pounds, or 1.48 tons, if the gravel is dry. If the gravel is out of water, the weight per cubic yard is approximately 1,620 pounds or .81 tons. More »

One cubic yard of concrete weighs around 4,000 pounds. Concrete is measured in cubic yards. Concrete is made out of sand, gravel and cement. Cement is made out of limestone, silica and alumina. Cement is a gray powder th... More »

The approximate weight of 1 cubic yard of sand is 2,600 to 3,000 pounds. This amount is also roughly equal to 1 1/2 tons. 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 »

At 70 degrees Fahrenheit, one cubic foot of water weighs approximately 62.30 pounds. Keep in mind, however, that the density of water, and thus its weight by volume, fluctuates based on its temperature. Water that is war... More »