## How do you calculate ab3?

Length in feet x Width in feet x Depth in feet (inches divided by 12). Take the total and divide by 21.6 (the amount of cubic feet in a ton). The final figure will be the estimated amount of tons required.

## What size gravel is ab3?

AB-3 is a crushed limestone aggregate rock with rock up to 1.5″ with everything down to lime dust (fines).

**How much does a ton of ab3 cover?**

Spreading out 1-ton of gravel at 2″ deep covers 80 to 100 square feet, while 6″ deep covers 25 to 35 square feet or less if you use larger stones.

**How do I calculate how much gravel I need?**

Measure the length and width of your driveway in feet. Multiply the length by the width to get surface area and divide the result by three because 4 inches is 1/3 of a foot. You now have the volume of gravel needed in cubic feet. Divide the volume in cubic feet by 27 because there are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard.

### What is the best size gravel for a driveway?

A commonly used gravel size for driveway base layers is #3 gravel. This rock is generally 1-2 inches in diameter and does double duty by establishing a solid, reliable foundation and providing adequate drainage; both critical factors in driveway construction.

### How many square feet will 5 tons of gravel cover?

Using 2 inches for the depth, the following measurements are a guide to the amount of gravel coverage per ton: 1/4 to 1/2 inch gravel, 100 square feet per ton; 1/2 to 1 inch gravel, 90 square feet per ton; and 1 1/2 to 2 inches gravel, 80 square feet per ton.

**What size is #2 gravel?**

1-1/2″

This primarily 1″ crushed, washed gravel with a top size of 1-1/2″ is often used for drainage around perforated pipe, under concrete slabs, and as a coarse driveway topping for soft, very muddy driveways.

**How much area does a ton of gravel cover?**

approximately 100 square feet

A ton of gravel will cover approximately 100 square feet, 2 inches deep.

#### How much will a dump truck load of gravel cover?

Understanding Size and Coverage Using 2 inches for the depth, the following measurements are a guide to the amount of gravel coverage per ton: 1/4 to 1/2 inch gravel, 100 square feet per ton; 1/2 to 1 inch gravel, 90 square feet per ton; and 1 1/2 to 2 inches gravel, 80 square feet per ton.

#### How do I choose a gravel for my driveway?

In general, driveway gravel should be relatively large, between about 3/8 and 3/4 inch in diameter, as compared to the gravel used for footpaths, which is typically 1/4 to 3/8 inch in diameter. Another factor to consider is the amount of very small granular material, called “fines,” in the gravel.

**How many square feet will 25 tons of gravel cover?**

**How many sq ft does a ton of gravel cover?**

100 square feet