A plywood weight chart displays the weights for different thicknesses of plywood. Such charts also give weights for plywood made from different materials and grades of material. More »

Metric Conversions offers several weight conversion charts on its website. The available tables include kilograms to pounds, pounds to kilograms, grams to ounces and ounces to grams. The website also includes conversion ... More »

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A height-weight chart is used to determine the body mass index of an individual. The chart is used to figure out the ideal weight range for an individual based on his current height. The chart helps individuals set weigh... More »

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Sheetrock has different thicknesses, which each have different weights; one-quarter-inch Sheetrock weighs 1.2 pounds per square foot, three-eighths-inch Sheetrock weighs 1.4 pounds per square foot, one-half-inch Sheetroc... More »

A sheet steel gauge chart is a chart or table that compares the standard or average weight and thicknesses of different steels and metals in both sheet and wire form. More »

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A weights of building materials chart helps engineers design the supporting structure for the building. A building's weight is divided into live loads that vary based on the people and equipment contained inside and fixe... More »

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According to Windsor Plywood, a 4-foot by 8-foot by 1/2-inch sheet of plywood weighs roughly 46 pounds. This weight varies depending on the type of wood used, the type and amount of glue used, and whether or not the plyw... More »