# How much does steel weigh per cubic foot

The weight of steel can vary depending on its type and alloy composition. On average, the density of steel is around 490 pounds per cubic foot (lb/ft3) or 222 kilograms per cubic foot (kg/ft3). Keep in mind that the exact weight can vary depending on the type and alloy of steel.

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Unit Weight or density of steel Auron crossing bar described as ratio of unit mass and volume represented as kg/m3 (kilogram per cubic metre, g/cm3 (gram per cubic centimetre and lb/ft3 (Pounds per cubic foot).

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## How much does Steel weigh per cubic foot

Typically steel weighs approximately 490 pounds per cubic foot (lb/ft3). If steel weight measured in kilogram per cubic metre, then it should be 7850 kg/m3, if steel weight measured in gram per cubic centimetre, then it should be 7.85 g/cm3 and if steel weight measured in ounce per cubic inch, then it should be 4.557 oz/in3.

A typical steel weighs around 490 pound per cubic foot, 224 kilograms per cubic foot, 7850 kilograms per cubic meter, 7.85 grams per cubic centimeter, or which is approximately equal as 4.557 Oz per cubic inch.

### Weight of steel per cubic foot

The typical weight of steel is about 490 pound per cubic foot (or 224 kilograms per cubic foot), 7850 kilograms per cubic meter,  7.85 grams per cubic centimeter, or which is approximately equal as 4.557 Oz per cubic inch.

### How much does a cubic foot of steel weigh

A cubic foot of typical steel should weigh 490 pounds or 224 kg, which is approximately equal as 7,850 kilograms per cubic meter, or 7.85 grams per cubic centimeter, or 4.557 Oz per cubic inch.

### How much does a cubic inch of steel weigh

A cubic inch of typical steel should weigh 4.557 Oz or 0.283 pounds, which is approximately equal as 7,850 kilograms per cubic meter, or 7.85 grams per cubic centimeter, or 490 pound per cubic foot.

Steel weight per cubic inch:- One cubic inch of steel weighs 0.283 pounds that is equal as 4.557 oz. So a one square inch pieces of steel of one foot length weighs (1x1x12x0.283) or about 3.4 pounds.

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Conclusions:-

A typical steel weighs approximately 490 pounds per cubic foot (or 224kg per cubic foot), or 7850 kilograms per cubic meter, or 7.85 grams per cubic centimeter, or which is approximately equal as 4.557 oz per cubic inch.