5 cubic meters visualisation for van removals
The above picture visualises 5 cubic meters using this Double Walled Box (19.6" x 19.6" x 19.6"). The cardboard box is roughly 50cm at each side. It takes 40 of those boxes together to create a rectangle of volume equal to 5 cubic meters.
What that means is that five cubic meters of volume are a cuboid that is (in the case on the picture) one meter wide, two meters tall and two and a half meters long. 5 cubic meters equal precisely 176 cubic feet.
To fill in 5 cubic meters of volume you will need precisely 40 of those boxes - Double Walled Box (508 x 508 x 508 millimeters)
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