# How Many Pounds Can A 55 Gallon Drum Hold?

## How many pounds of corn will fit in a 30 gallon drum?

130 lbs30-gallon drum holds up to 130 lbs..

## How much weight will a 15 gallon drum float?

The barrels will displace just about 1000 pounds.

## How much weight can a 2 liter bottle support in water?

about 4lbs each2L bottles will support about 4lbs each. You want to go over as much as possible so you actually float, instead of simply not sinking.

## How much weight can a 55 gallon drum hold in water?

Each 55 gallon barrel will float approximately 450 pounds, BUT that is when the barrel is 99% submerged.

## How much does a 55 gallon drum of oil weigh?

approximately 188.98 kilogramsA 55 gallon drum of oil weighs approximately 188.98 kilograms (416.63 lbs), using crude oil with a density of 790 kg per cubic meter. The density of the oil varies and does impact the weight of a 55 gallon drum of oil.

## How much weight will a 30 gallon drum float?

200 pounds30’s have plenty of flotation, so that’s not a problem. Each drum will support well over 200 pounds.

## How much weight will a 5 gallon bucket float?

about 41 poundsEach 5 gallon bucket completely submerged would provide about 41 pounds bouyancy.

## How many pounds of wheat are in a 55 gallon drum?

I think it is about 6 bushels in a 55 gallon drum. 60 lbs in a bushel of wheat.

## How many gallons is 50 pounds of feed?

10 gallonsTheir 30% Supplement is 1.25 lbs per quart, which means 50 lbs is exactly 10 gallons.

## How much weight does it take to sink a gallon of air?

A bottle full of air will give you the same bouyant force as an equal weight of water. A gallon of water weighs 8.3 lbs, so 5 gallons of water weighs 41.5 lbs. That means that four such bottles will give you 166 lbs of bouyant lift.

## How many pounds of corn can a 55 gallon drum hold?

300 poundsyeah a 55 gallon drum will hold a little over 300 pounds of corn so you are saving a few bucks by buying it in bulk like that.

## How much weight can a barrel hold?

In either case, packing loss for cuboid solids in a barrel is about 20%… so about 120 rations at 2 lbs., or 240 at 1 lb. And note that typical barrels are good for molasses or honey at about SG 1.45, so the barrel can handle about 220 kg total mass, or about 484 lbs.