Gas is 6.3 lbs. per gallon. 55 gallons of gas will weigh 346.5 lbs. A steel drum will weigh 40 lbs. and a plastic 55 gallon drum will weigh 20 lbs.
8 pounds per gal..
6 pounds per gallon in U.S. measure
No, but the drum is usually stuck to the hub.
A drum brake is a brake that uses friction caused by a set of shoes or pads that press against a rotating drum-shaped part called a brake drum. The term drum brake usually means a brake in which shoes press on the inner surface of the drum.
The drum and the brake shoes.
A standard brake drum off a school bus weight is 117lbs
depends on the weight of the solvent.
55 as the name implies
A fifty-five gallon drum can range from about fifty dollars to five thousand dollars depending not he kind of material they can't the drum out of. Cheap plastic would be the lower price while strong metal would be the greater.
A steel 55-gallon drum weighs up to 500 pounds if it is full.
4 quarts to a gallon. IF a 55 gallon drum is actually holding 55 gallons, it would be 4x55=220 quarts.
About 7.4 cubic feet.
one gallon= 5 quarts 55 gallon= 5x55=275 answer 275 quarts
About 7 bushels
A 55-gallon drum of oil weighs about 500 pounds. The drum weighs about 20 pounds, and each gallon of oil weighs about 8 pounds each.
30 gal of water weighs 250 pounds. What ever you have in it will determine the weight of the 30 gallon plastic drum.
220. Since there is 4 quarts in one gallon you do 4 times 55.