It depends on the thickness and the density. One ton should be about 15 cubic feet when compacted, so it would cover 30 square feet 6 inches thick or 45 square feet 4 inches thick or 60 square feet 3 inches thick. It would make a driveway four inches thick, 9 feet wide and 5 feet long or a footpath 3 inches thick, three feet wide and 20 feet long.
It would depend on what item the ton is comprised of. The area of a ton of feathers would be greater than the area of a ton of concrete. Answer 2 It would also very much depend on how thick the material was. A ton of feathers might take up less room than a ton of concrete if the feathers were a mile high and the concrete was an inch thick.
Answer impossible, conversion impossible.The yard is a unit of length an the ton is a unit of mass.
The formula I use is 15 tons = about 12 yards.
The average cost of a ton of crushed limestone is between $27.50 and $38.20. The cost varies in different areas dependent upon the availability of limestone in that area.
Crushed concrete is sold by the ton. One dumptruck will haul between 13 and 15 tons. Your driveway should take around 30 tons if covered 4" thick.
Not sure what 2b is but crushed concrete with 1 1/2" rock will cover about 60 square feet. 15 tons ends up being around 12 cubic yards.
One ton of topsoil will cover approximately 200 square feet. The coverage area is dependent upon the thickness of the topsoil.
well...they both weigh the same if there is a ton of feathers and a ton of concrete:)
one ton equals one cubic meter of soil was 100mm deep it would cover 7sqm