# 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.

## Freight Class Chart

Less than 1500 |
Greater than 1but less than 2 400 |
Greater than 2but less than 3 300 |
Greater than 3but less than 4 250 |
Greater than 4but less than 5 200 |
Greater than 5but less than 6 175 |

Greater than 6but less than 7 150 |
Greater than 7 but less than 8 125 |
Greater than 8but less than 9 110 |
Greater than 9but less than 10 100 |
Greater than 10 but less than 11 92.5 |
Greater than 11but less than 12 85 |

Greater than 12but less than 15 77.5 |
Greater than 15but less than 20 70 |
Greater than 20but less than 30 65 |
Greater than 30but less than 40 60 |
Greater than 40but less than 50 55 |
Greater than 5050 |