What is the weight of water per cubic foot?
Similarly one may ask, what is the weight of water per gallon?
Also, what does 5 cubic feet of water weigh? Cooler water is denser than warmer water, so if the temperature of the water is less than 70 F, a cubic foot of it weighs more. If the water is warmer, it weighs less than 62.3 pounds per cubic foot. At 70 F, a gallon of water weighs about 8.33 pounds, as noted by the USGS Water Science School.
Besides, how do you convert cubic feet to weight?
If you know the object's density, you can convert its cubic feet into pounds with a simple calculation. Write down the density of the material you are converting. It should be expressed as either pounds per cubic foot or kilograms per cubic meter. To convert kg/m3 to lb./cubic feet, multiply by 0.0624.
What weighs more gallon of milk or water?
Density of water is 1. A gallon of milk is approximately 2 ounces heavier than a gallon of water.