Maybe. They are made of concrete but will break if dropped. The ground needs to be nice and level, too.
About 39 lbs
NO! Please don't use these for a shed floor to drive a tractor onto. You would be just as cheap if not cheaper to go to a concrete company and have them pour 20 x 20 x 3 blocks with rebar. We used them to mount heavy electrical equipment with heavy vibration and they are still in use. They will also insert lifting eyes if you want. The place was in Aberdeen Md. ,I forget the name. You could actually make them yourself.
We did not seal
The best way to help k availability is through the Home Depot app./website. I use this before heading by out to my local Home Depot. If it’s not available there, the site usually helps me find where items are available.
I’m not sure. You may want to try a sample block and see how that goes. I’m thinking the block may need a sealer or base coat to help with absorbency before you try applying the medium you desire
20 pieces for a palet,about 530 pounds
Good afternoon, There are 84 pieces per pallet. Thanks
Multiply width times length and that will give you the area that you have to fill