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Density Calculator

Freight Density Calculator

If the shipment is palletized, use the dimensions of the pallet, the combined height of the carton + the pallet, and the total weight of the shipment.

Step 1: Use our PCF Calculator to determine the Pounds per Cubic Foot No other site offers this extensive list.

Step 2: Use Table below to determine what class corresponds with the Pound per cubic foot range No other site offers this extensive list.

** Not all commodities are density based, so below is only a guideline. Contact us for the correct freight class and NMFC.

Measure the height, width and depth of the shipment in inches. Measure to the farthest points, including skids or other packaging.



    Get Freight Density & Class

    Freight Class Chart

    Less than 1

    500
    Greater than 1
    but less than 2


    400
    Greater than 2
    but less than 3


    300
    Greater than 3
    but less than 4


    250
    Greater than 4
    but less than 5


    200
    Greater than 5
    but less than 6


    175
    Greater than 6
    but less than 7


    150
    Greater than 7
    but less than 8


    125
    Greater than 8
    but less than 9


    110
    Greater than 9
    but less than 10


    100
    Greater than 10
    but less than 11


    92.5
    Greater than 11
    but less than 12


    85
    Greater than 12
    but less than 15


    77.5
    Greater than 15
    but less than 20


    70
    Greater than 20
    but less than 30


    65
    Greater than 30
    but less than 40


    60
    Greater than 40
    but less than 50


    55
    Greater than 50

    50
 
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