# Scrap Mechanic The max buoyancy of different blocks

The purpose of this experiment is to analyze how much buoyancy of different blocks.
The experiment was conducted, recorded, investigated, analyzed, and reported by 神の時雨.

## Information

Game version : 0.5.1 Unit (Comparison) : Metal block 1 1 m = 4 Block 1 m² = 12 Block 1 m³ = 48 Block Metal block 1 (12 Block) 1 m³ ≈ 8 t (7873 kg) Standard of record : An object of 1 m² can carry the maximum value of [Metal Block 1] before it’s completely submerged and loses buoyancy. Experiment location : on water (creative mode)

## Result

1. [Wood Block 3] 4 m² = 6 ⅹ 1 m³ + ¼ m³ (300 Blocks/50000 kg)
2. [Wood Block 2] 4 m² = 5 ⅹ 1 m³ + ¼ m³ (252 Blocks/42000 kg)
3. [Bubble Plastic Block] 4 m² = 5 ⅹ 1 m³ (240 Blocks/40000 kg)
4. [Barrier Block] 4 m² = 4 ⅹ 1 m³ (192 Blocks/32000 kg)
5. [Insulation Block] 4 m² = 3 ⅹ 1 m³ + ¾ m³ (180 Blocks/30000 kg)
6. [Wood Block 1] 4 m² = 1 ⅹ 1 m³ + ⅛ m³ (54 Blocks/9000 kg)
7. [Scrap Wood Block] 4 m² = 1 ⅹ 1 m³ (48 Blocks/8000 kg)
8. [Armored Glass Block] 4 m² = 1 ⅹ 1 m³ (48 Blocks/8000 kg)
9. [Glass Block] 4 m² = 1 ⅹ 1 m³ (48 Blocks/8000 kg)
10. [Glass Tile Block] 4 m² = 1 ⅹ 1 m³ (48 Blocks/8000 kg)
11. [Cardboard Block] 4 m² = ¾ m³ (36 Blocks/6000 kg)
12. [Plastic Block] 4 m² = ½ m³ + ⅟₁₂ m³ (16 Blocks/2666.666667 kg)

## Note

Blocks not in the list are unable to provide stable buoyancy in the experiment.

The information provided in this experiment is for reference only. The results may be different or invalid in the future.

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