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The density of sea sand 2014-11-02
From Lenny:
Hi There,

I need to find out the the density of sea sand to convert one metric ton to cubic meter as I am submitting for a tender which is in cubic meter but the requirement is in metric ton. I searched through the web site but no density of sea sand is given though there is specific Gravity of dry sand is available. I was given a density of 1.6 to work with. If that is true am I right to say that 1 cubic meter of sea sand is equivalent to 1.6 metric ton? Please help as I am getting confused with what I am able to find out on the web.
Thanks much in advance

Answered by Penny Nom.



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