The units used to measure the capacity of a microwave. The capacity of microwaves ranges from 0.6 cubic feet to 2.0 cubic feet. D - G
The three-dimensional volume measurement of a lineal foot
The basic unit of measurement describing the overall size of a shipment; the cubic capacity of a crate, liftvan, container or air freight tri-wall container. The mathematical cubic foot symbol is f3.
The volume of a substance (e.g. natural gas) that can fit within a space one foot times one foot times one foot in volume.
The most common unit of measure of gas volume. One cubic foot roughly equals 1,000 Btu's.
The unit of measure the Fort Worth Water Department uses to measure water use. 1 cf = 7.48 gallons; 1 ccf = 100 cubic feet = 748 gallons
A cubic foot is an American unit for measuring volume. It is defined as an area that is 1' long, by 1' wide, by 1' deep.
A volume measurement for records. One cubic foot is a volume one foot high, one foot wide, and one foot deep. An archives or records storage box is the equivalent of one cubic foot. Fifteen linear inches of letter-size files will fill an archives or records storage box.