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About how much does a yard of pure salt weigh?
The People where I buy salt told me a yard of pure salt weighs about a ton or a little more, I don't knoe for sure though because they dont weight the truck after they load it. It sags my 3/4 ton pu like it's about a ton though. there was a thread on here not too long ago with the unit weight for salt in it.
That's about right. One yard of salt is around one ton.
I thinkt hat the Salt Institute says salt weighs 2130 (or close to that number) per ton.
If it weighs 2130 then that is not per ton cause a ton is 2000lbs. I think he meant per yard.
You guys are right about 2130 per yard.It is close enough to being equal and we charge the same price per ton or yard.
Some customers think they are getting a bargain,because they think that a yard of salt weighs a lot more then a ton.
Even some of my competition don't know what salt weighs.
Gotta love it.
Well I sell salt and mix by the yard. Although I count a yard in number of skid steer buckets used so I am not super accurate.
A yard of pure salt wieghs 1960 lbs.It is less than a ton
My pocket reference book lists fine salt as being 2025lbs per cubic yard,and course salt as 1350 lbs per cu. yd.either way salt is much lighter than wet course sand at 3510 lbs per cu. yd.I can feel the difference when my hopper is heaped with sand,A yd of salt wont squat my truck,a yd of sand sure does.
But we don't ever get the pure thing,by the time it gets to us everybody and their mother has touched it.
And if you try and call Mr. Parker his real number is 845-485-4200.
Do ya see what I have to do for this guy.I feel like his babysitter. The heck with him,I should leave the old number and you guys can call me.