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Construction Estimating Formulas & Useful Information
Formulas, equations, tables, facts, specifications and
Measure of Dimensions, Theorem ▪ Formulas, Rectangles, Squares, Triangles & Circles ▪ Board Feet Concrete Estimating ▪ Decimal and Metric Equivalents ▪ Weights, etc. ▪ Metrics ▪ Energy, Electric, Insulation ▪ Drywall Estimating, Door Handing
Weights, Measures, and Miscellaneous information.
Doubling the diameter of a pipe increases its capacity four times.
A gallon of water weights 8.336 pounds at 39 degrees Fahrenheit (point of greatest density).
A gallon of water contains 231 cubic inches.
One cubic foot equals 1,728 inches.
One cubic foot of water equals 7-1/2 gallons.
Weight of some common building materials.
Measure of Dimensions, Theorem
This information is believed to be accurate. The Polymer Roof Factory or First Line Sales will not be liable for errors and omissions. Specifications, detail, and other information should be verified by the user.