well surely it depends on how much aluminum you have!!
The common Scott Air-Pak can vary from 10-14 lbs. for a tank with 30 minutes of air and made from carbon fiber. A tank with 60 minutes of air can weigh up to 17 lbs. and a tank made from Aluminum can weigh up to 22 lbs.
The weigh of aluminum siding depends on its thickness. Most aluminum siding weighs anywhere from 40 to 50 pounds per 100 square feet.
A cubic foot of aluminum weighs 168.48 pounds.
It depends on the amount of aluminum.
Aluminum tanks have a standardized width, and are much cheaper and lower maintenance than steel, as they will not rust. Yes, even stainless steel tanks will rust if any water gets in them, as not much won't in 3000 psi. However, they typically wear out more quickly (20+ years, but indefinite for steel) and they weigh less - you would think this would be a plus, but it's not cause you need more weight to make up for it.AdditionSteel tanks are actually lighter out of the water (since aluminum is a softer metal which requires there to be more aluminum than steel in a scuba cylinder) and more negative in the water (so you need less weight).
350 chevy with aluminum heads and intake carb and headers weigh
anempty can weigh about a gram, or a rasion.
1 cubic foot of aluminum weighs 169.344 Lbs
1 cubic meter aluminum = 270 kg
15 -25 lbs. depending on size
The rims weigh about 60 lbs or more each. It depends on the manufacturer.
In addition to pressure, all tanks have a volume rating, which is the volume of air at standard pressure that they contain - most 3000psi aluminum tanks are aluminum 80's, which are 80 cubic foot tanks, but they come in sizes from 2ft.^3 for a pony bottle to 130 ft.^3 steel tanks, and sometimes even larger.
Depending on how much aluminum you put on it, around 500lbs.
Depends on wheel size. Trucks run typically a 24.5 or 22.5 wheel in steel or aluminum. In steel they weigh about 80 lbs and in aluminum about 50 lbs.