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Construction Calculators

Graniterock’s series of on-line Construction Calculators will help you estimate the amount of material that you will need for your construction jobs. The calculators are grouped into these categories: Unit Conversion, Concrete Materials, Aggregate, Road Materials, Masonry Estimator, and Mulch.

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Disclaimer: These free construction calculators are provided on an “AS IS” basis for customer convenience only and should be used only as guides. While reasonable efforts have been taken to ensure the accuracy of these calculators, no warranties are made to their accuracy nor to their completeness for all uses. Estimating is best done by professionals with a clear understanding of the engineering and construction requirements of a particular project.

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Liquid Asphalts and Emulsions
Grade Gallons per Ton Pounds per Gallon at 60°F Distributor Spraying Temperature (°F)
Min. Max.
Paving Asphalts
AR-8000 235 8.51 295 350
AR-4000 235 8.51 290 350
AR-2000 237 8.44 285 350
Emulsified Asphalts
RS-1 242 8.33 75 130
RS-2, CRS-2 242 8.33 110 160
SS-1H 242 8.33 75 130
CQS-1H 242 8.33 75 130
PMCRS-2 (H) 242 8.33 110 185
Liquid Asphalts
SC-70 253 7.90 120 180
Pond Information Chart
Pond Kit Size1 Calculation Sizes Maximum Gallons of Water L × W × Average Depth × 7.48 Quantity of Boulders (tons) L × W ÷ 65
6–12, 12–18, 18–24
Quantity of Gravel (tons)2 Tons of boulders used × 0.45
¼ – 3″
Quantity for Biofalls (tons)2 Boulders 12–18″ Maximum Quantity of Fish (inches) T × W (Surface Area)
4 × 6 360 0.37 0.17 0.75–1.25 24
6 × 8 718 0.74 0.33 0.75–1.25 48
6 × 11 987 1.02 0.46 0.75–1.25 66
8 × 11 1,316 1.35 0.61 0.75–1.25 88
11 × 11 1,810 1.85 0.84 0.75–1.25 121
11 × 16 2,633 2.71 1.22 0.75–1.25 176
14 × 16 3,351 3.45 1.55 0.75–1.25 224
16 × 16 3,830 3.94 1.77 0.75–1.25 256
16 × 21 5,027 5.17 2.33 0.75–1.25 336
21 × 21 6,597 6.78 3.05 0.75–1.25 441
21 × 26 8,168 8.4 3.78 0.75–1.25 546
26 × 26 10,113 10.4 4.68 0.75–1.25 676
  1. Two feet deep
  2. Quantity may differ depending on stone type