How much does 5 gallons of wet sand weigh?

Answer Five gallons of wet sand weighs approximately 87.1 lbs. A cubic foot of wet sand weighs 130 lbs., while a gallon equals approximately 0.133 cubic feet, therefore 5 gallons equals 0.67 cubic feet, a... Read More »

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How much does 1 cup of water weigh?

One cup of water equals 8 fluid oz. A fluid ounce is a measurement of volume, not of weight; 1 oz. of volume does not always equal 1 oz. of weight. However, 1 fluid oz. of water does equal 1 oz. of... Read More »

How much does sea water weigh?

Ocean water at the sea surface weighs about 1,027 kilograms per cubic meter and is heavier than fresh water that weighs 1,000 kg/cubic m. The additional weight is largely due to the salt content of... Read More »

How much does a water truck weigh?

A water truck carries water from sources such as wells to remote dry areas or bottling plants. When it is empty, a water truck can weigh up to 40,000 lbs., depending on its size. Water weighs appro... Read More »

How much does a barrel of water weigh?

The weight of a water barrel depends on the size of the barrel. For a 55-gallon barrel, the weight when filled with water is about 470 lbs. This equates to about 8.5 lbs. per gallon of water.Source... Read More »