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Re: How many pound of powdered clay?
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Posted by Rado (126.96.36.199)
In Reply to: Re: How many pound of powdered clay? posted by Robert Richard
Good you asked, interesting (like with old Beta or VHS.) You don't have sand or clay at home yet so here goes:
Liters to pounds in dry clay and dry sand (i measured dry fine loam sand and fireclay used for refractory mortars.)
1 Liter of dry clay = 1.6 Kg or 3 1/2 lbs
1 Liter of dry sand = 1.45 Kg or 3 1/5 lbs
what's heavier 1Kg of iron or 1Kg of feathers? ;o)
1 kilogram = 2.20462262 pounds exactly
1 pound = 0.45359237 kilogram
Pounds to Kilograms:
multiply pounds by 0.45 to get number of kilograms
My page on "Conversions of Measures" linked here below, if someone needed other medium to measure.
Cups, ml, Kg, pounds lbs, in, cm, ounces, gm, °F to °C, table spoons to cups to ounces quarts (liquid) to Liters, eggs to table spoons, egg yolks to tea spoons, pecks to bushels or quart to pints ;o), Celsius to Fahrenheit or Metric to Imperial, maxi conversion of measures
How many pound of powdered clay?
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