How much does a treated 2x6x8 weight?
|Nominal Dimension (in x in)||Length (ft)|
|2 x 8||21||32|
|2 x 10||27||40|
|2 x 12||32||48|
Also question is, how much does a treated 2x4x8 weigh?
A kiln dried 2x4x8 weighs in on the lighter end at around 9 lbs while the pressure treated 2×4 weighs in closer to the 17 lb range.
Similarly, how much does treated wood weigh? Treated Wood A 12-foot length of treated, yellow pine 5/4-by-6 decking will weigh an average of 13.87 pounds (within a range of 10.65 to 17.08 pounds). If not fully dry, treated wood can contain up to 4.5 gallons of water, adding as much as 17.4 pounds to the weight of the 12-foot board.
In this way, how much does a treated 4x6x16 weigh?
A dry, treated, 4x4 x 12' weighs just about 30 lbs (I have had occasion to weigh several). A wet (soggy) one can hit 40+ lbs, easy. 4x6 x 8' = 4x4 x 12' , so your 4x6 should weigh just about the same. Southern Yellow Pine weighs in at a little over 40 pounds per cubic foot.
How much does a pressure treated 6x6 weigh?
|Weight of Pressure-Treated Lumber (Southern Yellow Pine, Longleaf)|
|4 x 16||3.5 x 15.25||15.35|
|6 x 6||5.5 x 5.5||8.69|
|6 x 8||5.5 x 7.25||11.46|
|6 x 10||5.5 x 9.25||14.62|