Number of Truckloads (Imperial Measurements)
Estimate the number of truck loads it takes to remove excavated material off site.
This calculator will calculate the volume of excavated material using length and width of the excavation in feet and the excavation depth from an average of four points. It will calculate the volume increase of the material using the swell/bulking percentage from Bank to Loose volume.
A dump truck holds anywhere from 10 to 14 cubic yards of material.
- Enter the length of the excavation (feet)
- the excavation width (feet)
- A,B,C,D the depth of excavation (feet)
- the swell/bulking percentage of the excavated material(percentage)
- truck load capacity (cubic yards)
- The volume of the excavation in cubic yards (cubic yards Bank Volume)
- the volume of the excavated material calculated with swell % (Cubic yards Loose Volume)
- Number of truck loads it takes to remove the material.
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