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steven1

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 Posted: 30 June 2004,11:24

How do you calculate quantities required with regards Base Course rolled depth 50mm and Wearing Course rolled depth 25mm
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 Posted: 30 June 2004,12:16

Multiply the width by the length by the depth. This gives the volume in cubic metres.
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steven1

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 Posted: 30 June 2004,14:04

Is there a conversion from volume to weight.......what coverage (sq meters) would i get for one tonne of Tarmac rolled to a depth of 50mm(base course) and 25mm(wearing course)
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TonyMcC

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 Posted: 30 June 2004,15:32

This information is given on the main website. See the Laying Bitmac page
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