Handy Measurement Equivalents & Material Weights 
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Here's a dandy little set of measurement equivalents that are worth printing out & keeping near your work area.  Especially handy for smaller batches of mixtures.  Even more so if (like me) you wind up using various kitchen implements to do much of your mixing.

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Kitchen Measure
Conversion Chart 

 

Cup      =     Fluid OZ     =     TBSP      =      TSP     =      Milliliter


 1 C                 8 oz                16 Tbsp           48 tsp           237 ml


 3/4 C              6 oz                12 Tbsp           36 tsp           177 ml


 2/3 C              5 oz               11 Tbsp            32 tsp           158 ml


 1/2 C              4 oz                8 Tbsp             24 tsp           118 ml


 1/3 C              3 oz                5 Tbsp             16 tsp             79 ml


 1/4 C              2 oz                4 Tbsp             12 tsp             59 ml


 1/8 C              1 oz                2 Tbsp              6 tsp              30 ml


 1/16 C           .5 oz                1 Tbsp             3 tsp               15 ml


 

Weight of Common Materials Per Cubic Foot

Portland Cement - 94 lbs.

Basic Concrete (cured & dry) - 150 lbs.

Water - 62.42 lbs.  (or 8.33 pounds per US gallon)

Sand, Loose Dry - 90 lbs.

Sand, Torpedo, Settled Dry - 100 lbs.

Sand, Wet - 120 lbs.

Sand, Packed Wet - 130 lbs.

Gravel, Loose, Dry - 95 lbs.
 
Gravel, Dry 1/4 to 2 inch - 105 lbs.

Gravel, Wet 1/4 to 2 inch - 125 lbs.

Fly Ash - Approx. 80 to 85 lbs. (depends on grade & fineness)

Peat, Dry  - Approx. 25 lbs.

Perlite, Dry Expanded - 2 to 25 lbs. (depends on grade & fineness)

Perlite, Horticultural Grade, (saturated & drained)  - 32.5 lbs.

Vermiculite, Horticultural, Dry - 4 to 6 lbs.

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