POPO4995

04-25-2010, 12:32 PM

Does anyone know what the coverage rate for sand is? 1 Yard= how many sq ft at 1" thick? Im trying to figure out a school playground bid. Thanks for any input!:usflag:

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POPO4995

04-25-2010, 12:32 PM

Does anyone know what the coverage rate for sand is? 1 Yard= how many sq ft at 1" thick? Im trying to figure out a school playground bid. Thanks for any input!:usflag:

AGLA

04-25-2010, 02:43 PM

There are 27 cubic feet per cubic yard (3x3x3). A cubic foot is a square foot that is 12" deep (27 square feet one foot deep). Since there are 12 inches in a foot it means that if you multiply 27 square feet by 12" you will have 312 square feet at 1" depth.

tadpole

04-25-2010, 03:55 PM

This may also help.

http://www.virtuallydirt.com/elkcreek_material_calculator.html

Is 1 inch thick enough for a playground?

http://www.virtuallydirt.com/elkcreek_material_calculator.html

Is 1 inch thick enough for a playground?

cgaengineer

04-26-2010, 06:11 AM

1 cubic yard will cover 1000 sq ft for topdressing about 1/4". 1" would not be enough for a playground...you should have 3-4" minimum.

AGLA

04-26-2010, 07:16 AM

The answer to the question asked is 312 SF.

andyslawncare

04-29-2010, 03:48 AM

There are 27 cubic feet per cubic yard (3x3x3). A cubic foot is a square foot that is 12" deep (27 square feet one foot deep). Since there are 12 inches in a foot it means that if you multiply 27 square feet by 12" you will have 312 square feet at 1" depth.

Its all covered here. Next time you need to know your sq. footage or cubic yard coverage: Length (ft) X Width (ft) X Depth (in) all divided by 324 gives you cubic yard. If you need cubic feet from here, divide by 27.

Its all covered here. Next time you need to know your sq. footage or cubic yard coverage: Length (ft) X Width (ft) X Depth (in) all divided by 324 gives you cubic yard. If you need cubic feet from here, divide by 27.

andyslawncare

04-29-2010, 03:49 AM

This may also help.

http://www.virtuallydirt.com/elkcreek_material_calculator.html

Is 1 inch thick enough for a playground?

use 2-3 inches.

http://www.virtuallydirt.com/elkcreek_material_calculator.html

Is 1 inch thick enough for a playground?

use 2-3 inches.

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