WEIGHT FORMULAS
 Lbs. Per Lineal Foot Steel weights are based on 0.2836 lbs. per cubic inch, aluminum on .0979 lbs. per cubic inch (1100 alloy).  Use conversion factors to convert steel weights to other metals.
Conversion Factors
Multiply Steel Weight by Density Lbs./In.3
 

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Steel: 2.6729 x D Aluminum: .924 x D  D=Size, Inches Aluminum
1100 .3462 .098
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2011 .3604 .102
2014 .3568 .101
2017 .3568 .101
2024 .3533 .100
 

 

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3003 .3498 .099
5005 .3462 .098
5052 .3427 .097
5056 .3356 .095
5083 .3392 .096
5086 .3392 .096
6061 .3462 .098
6063 .3462 .098
7075 .3568 .101
7178 .3604 .102
Stainless
300 series 1.010 .286
400 series 1.000 .283
Nickel
200 1.132 .321
201 1.132 .321
400 1.125 .319
600 1.072 .304
625 1.075 .305
718 1.047 .297
X750 1.051 .298
800 1.012 .287
800H 1.012 .287
825 1.037 .294
904L 1.026 .291
Hastelloy®
C-276 1.132 .321
B-2 1.100 .333
C-4 1.000 .312
G-3 1.058 .300
Magnesium .229 .065
Beryllium .236 .067
Titanium .575 .163
Zirconium .812 .230
Cast Iron .911 .258
Zinc .911 .258
Brass 1.084 .307
Columbium 1.095 .310
Copper 1.144 .324
Molybdenum 1.303 .369
Silver 1.339 .379
Lead 1.448 .410
Tantalum 2.120 .600
Tungsten 2.462 .697
Gold 2.466 .698