# How much cube is a pallet?

## How much cube is a pallet?

Length 48″, Width 40″, Height 28″ (20″ plus 8″ of pallet) equals 53,760 cubic inches or 31.1 cubic feet.

## How do you calculate cube for shipping?

To find the case cube of a box in cubic feet, first measure its length, width, and height in inches. Next, multiply all 3 figures together, then divide the result by 1728 to get your case cube measurement in cubic feet.

## How do you calculate cubic?

## How do you calculate m3?

Calculating cubic meters (m3) is very easy. The formula is: Length (in meter) X Width (in meter) X Height (in meter)

## How do you measure a wood pallet CFT?

## How do you figure cubic wood?

Volume of Wood The cubic feet, or volume, of a cylindrical log is given by the volume of a cylinder V=πhr2. A log with radius of 2 feet and height of 10 feet would have a volume of about 125.66 cubic feet (or ft3).

## How do you calculate volume of a box?

You can calculate the volume of a box by multiplying length x width x height.

## How do I measure a pallet?

You may also need to know pallet dimensions. The standard pallet size in the U.S. is 40” by 48”. The height of your pallet shipment should be measured from the bottom to the highest point. When measuring the length, you’ll need to include anything that is hanging off the pallet.