cubic foot


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cubic foot

A non-SI (International System) unit of volume equal to a space measuring 1 foot (12 inches) in length, width, and height, corresponding to 28.317 L.
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Let's say your products have an average density of 18 pounds per cubic foot, which would call for Class 70, but the average density of the other products covered by that description is 9 pounds per cubic foot, and the rating is Class 100.
per cubic foot) Less than 1 400 1 but less than 2 300 2 but less than 4 250 4 but less than 6 150 6 but less than 8 125 8 but less than 10 100 10 but less than 12 92.5 12 but less than 15 85 15 or greater 70 Fig.
USCS' distribution center at Minooka, Illinois, 40 miles southwest of Chicago, will be expanded for the fourth time since January 1997 with a two million cubic foot addition that will bring total capacity to 8.8 million cubic feet.
For example, if your shipment weighs 5.85 pounds per cubic foot, you could raise the declared weight on the bill of lading enough to make the density 6 pounds per cubic foot.
STEEL CAN BUNDLES -- Steel can scrap compressed to charging box size and weighing not less than 75 pounds per cubic foot. Cans may be baled without removal of paper labels, but free of other nonmetallics.
First, flour that is approximately 40 pounds per cubic foot and 100 mesh was tested in a standard electromagnetic feeder with a small 1/3 cubic foot hopper.
In April, construction was completed on a 2.6 million cubic foot addition in Laredo, Texas.