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Coke Breeze Calculators

Calculating the Amount of
Coke Breeze in a Vertical Hole

Coke Breeze Volume & Weight Calculations
  • Volume: To calculate the number of cubic feet of coke breeze, select the applicable hole diameter in inches (column 1), look up the cubic feet per lineal foot (column 2), and multiply by the depth of the hole in feet.
      
  • Weight: To calculate the number of pounds of coke breeze, select the applicable hole diameter in inches (column 1), look up the applicable cubic feet per lineal foot (column 3 or 4), and multiply by the depth of the hole in feet.
      
Hole Diameter
in Inches
Cubic Feet
per Lineal Foot
Coke Breeze Pounds
per Lineal Foot
Coke Breeze Pounds
per Lineal Foot
Asbury 218 or Equal Loresco SC-3 or Equal
6.0 0.200 12.00 15.00
6.5 0.230 14.00 17.25
7.0 0.270 16.00 20.25
7.5 0.310 19.00 23.25
8.0 0.350 21.00 26.25
8.5 0.400 24.00 30.00
9.0 0.440 27.00 33.00
9.5 0.490 30.00 36.75
10.0 0.550 33.00 41.25
10.5 0.600 36.00 45.00
11.0 0.660 40.00 49.50
11.5 0.720 43.00 54.00
12.0 0.785 47.00 59.00
12.5 0.850 51.00 64.00

These numbers include an approximate 10% overage factor for downhole coke loss and waste.

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