## How much does #57 gravel weigh?

#57 Washed Gravel -(3/4″ to 1″) Sold by the ton, approximately 1.4 tons per cubic yard.

**How much does 57 stone weight per ton?**

Calculate #57 Granite Stone

Coverage (Square feet) | 400 | sq ft |
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Volume (Cubic yards) | 2.5 | cu yd |

Estimated amount (Pounds) | 5,951 | lb |

Estimated amount (Tons) | 2.98 | ton |

Amount +15% compression | 3.42 | ton |

### What does 1 yard of 57 limestone weigh?

This material is the most common driveway and parking lot topping. It is also used as a base underneath concrete. It is 1.25 ton per cubic yard.

**How many yards is a ton of #57 gravel?**

Calculate #57 Limestone Gravel

Coverage (Square feet) | 400 | sq ft |
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Volume (Cubic feet) | 67 | cu ft |

Volume (Cubic yards) | 2.5 | cu yd |

Estimated amount (Pounds) | 5,951 | lb |

Estimated amount (Tons) | 2.98 | ton |

## How much does 57 stone weigh per cubic yard?

The density of #57 stone or granite gravel is 2,410 pounds per cubic yard. For a project that is 10 feet wide, 40 feet long and 2 inches deep, for example, the volume will be 2.5 cubic yards. The estimated amount of material needed is 2.98 tons.

**Can you compact 57 stone?**

Using compaction equipment, #57 stone will typically compact about one inch in vertical height, which is equivalent to about 8% settlement. This can be visually observed and verified.

### What is the size of 57 stone?

Crushed stone #57 – About ¾″ (usually 1/2-1″) Crushed stone #57 has rocks that measure about ¾ of an inch, and it is widespread and affordable. It is a unique size where a ¾ inch square screen works.

**How much does limestone weight per yard?**

around 4,500 pounds

How much does a yard of limestone weigh? A cubic yard block of limestone weighs approximately 2.0 tons, or roughly around 4,500 pounds.

## Why do they call it 57 stone?

A crusher breaks down the rock into various sizes. Crushed stone varies in size. The number “57” is a number that refers to the size sieve that was used to screen and sort the stone. It means that the stone was put through the #57 sieve which produces gravel stones of about 1” to 1.5” in size.

**Do you compact 57 stone?**

### What is the difference between #57 stone and #67 stone?

#57 – This category refers to a stone that is about 3/4 inch long. Most typically use it for concrete mix, landscaping, and drainage. #67 – Crushed stone #67 includes stone that is 3/4 inch or smaller in size. #67 is a great material for road and slab base as well as fill.

**How many yards of stone is a ton?**

Regarding this, “how many cubic yards in a ton?”, generally for estimating purpose 1 cubic yard of gravel weighs around 3000 pounds and 1 US ton = 2000 pounds, so yards in a ton = 2000/ 3000 = 0.66 cubic yards, therefore, there are 0.66 cubic yards in a ton.

## How do I calculate the weight of a rock?

To estimate the quantity, you need to convert the area into cubic feet by multiplying length x width x height. Once you have this number, multiply it by the boulder’s weight per cubic foot, then divide by 2000 to convert this number into tons.

**What size is no 57 stone?**

around 1 to 1.5 inches

Stones in AASHTO #57 blend are detected with a 1.5-inch sieve, which is why the #57 stone size is around 1 to 1.5 inches. Its size makes it useful for weight-bearing applications such as foundation beds and driveways.