28096. For 1m3 of footing you need 2 tonne of aggregate and 10 - 12 bags cement, so for 1.6m3 you need 3.2 tonnes and about 18 bags of cement. Personally I would consider getting a concrete company to deliver 1.6m3. By the time you have all the materials and paid for the labour, it will be cheaper! T09:50:04+00:00. Answered 5th Dec 2013.

Read more...I'm trying to work out how much ballast and cement I need to order to make concrete for my shed base. I've been recommended to go for a 4:1 mix. I've worked it out I need to fill 1.062m3, so round it up to 1.1m3 is fine. The ballast in bulk bags is 800kg, but I'm not sure what volume the bags are. Can anyone help please?

Read more...For M20, 30 liters of water per 50kg cement . Total amount of water required = 30 x 403.2 / 50 = 241.92 litre. 8.064 bags of cement required for 1 cu.m of M20 grade concrete. 630 kg of Sand required for 1 cu.m of M20 grade concrete. 1260 kg of 20mm Aggregate is required for 1 cu.m of M20 grade concrete.

Read more...We have now cut down to 1/2 a cubic metre apparently. The consensus for 1/2 a cube seems to be, 1 tonne sand, 14 bags cement. This should give 3:1 BY VOLUME! ( Use a bucket for easy and accurate measuring. Do not mix it by weight). Therefore, in bags, 50 x …

Read more...Procedure To Calculate Cement Bags In 1 Cubic Meter: To achieve 1 cum output, we need 1/0.67 = 1.49 say 1.50 cum dry mix. Now add the wastage of 2%, i.e (1.50 + 0.02) = 1.52 cum. Weight of 1 bag cement = 50 kg. = 6.25 bags. Note: You can use the same formula for calculating cement for other nominal mixes.

Read more...Answer (1 of 7): Hi .. So the design mix is M15 i.e, 1:2:4 Ratio sum = 1+2+4 = 7 Volume of concrete = 1 cubic metre ( wet volume ) Now dry volume of concrete = 45–55% increase in volume × wet volume Dry volume= 1×1.52 (assuming 52% increase in volume) Dry volume = 1.52 cubic meter * Cemen...

Read more...Both of these concrete calculators make an allowance for the fact that material losses volume after being mixed to make concrete. Calculator are provided for a general mix and a paving mix, the different ratio of materials are: General mix - 1:5 cement:all-in ballast or 1:2½:3½ cement:sharp sand:gravel. Paving mix - 1:3½ cement:all-in ...

Read more...cement sand stone of stone 1 2 3 16 0.5 0.8 1 2.5 4 13 0.5 0.8 1 3 5 11 0.5 0.9 *Slab thickness in mm. 3. Decide whether to use: (a) Premix concrete from a readymix supplier (b) Bagged cement, sand and stone (c) Bagged concrete Estimating how much cement, sand and stone to order The Ready Reckoner for concrete is a general guide only.

Read more...Total weight of concrete ingredients = 401.5 say 400 kg. Density of concrete = 2400 kg/cum. 1 bag of cement produces = 400/2400 = 0.167 cum. How many bags of cement to make 1m3 of concrete? Number of bags of cement to …

Read more...Concrete has a density of about 2,3 tonnes per cubic meter (varying slightly with the type and amount of ballast). 2400 kg/m3 may change depending …

Read more...If you would like to talk to someone about your aggregate requirements please call our sales offices: Eastern Area (Suffolk, Essex and Norfolk), Tel: 01473 811900. Email: [email protected] London & Home Counties, Tel: 01784 263940. Email: [email protected] Southern Area, Tel: 01795 594003. Email: [email protected] ...

Read more...Hence, to prepare 1 cubic meter of M20, M15 and M10 concrete, 1.57 cubic meters of "total dry volume" of cement, sand and aggregate are needed, whereas to prepare 1 cubic meter of M7.5 and M5 concrete, 1.52 cubic meters of "total dry volume" of cement, sand and aggregate are needed. Many websites are giving different values for the "total dry volume" of the ingredients.

Read more...How much Ballast do I need to Mix Concrete? All Mix Concrete. High strength concrete would be mixed using 1 part cement to 5 parts ballast – this affords the sort of watertight concrete used for building slabs or concrete panels. Mixing 1 part cement to 6 parts ballast creates concrete suitable for driveways, paths and patios, and increasing ...

Read more...1m 3 of cement = 1440 kgs. 0.28m 3 of cement = 1440 x 0.28 = 403.2 kgs. For 1m 3 of Concrete = 403.2Kgs of Cement will be necessary. No. of Cement Bags necessary for 1m3 of Concrete = 403/50 = 8.06 ~ 8 bags. Therefore, 8 bags of cement is necessary for 1m3 of concrete. The above formula will be same for finding out the quantity of sand and ...

Read more...Two Concrete Calculator are provided for different concrete mixes: General mix - 1:5 cement:all-in ballast or 1:2½:3½ cement:sharp sand:gravel. and. Paving mix - 1:3½ cement:all-in ballast or 1:1½:2½ cement:sharp sand:gravel. Comment: If you are wondering how 1:2½:3½ equals 1:5 ("shouldn't it be 1:6" I hear someone say), the answer is ...

Read more...How much can a bag of cement cover? One 50-pound bag of Quikrete Fast Setting Concrete Mix yields about . 375 cubic feet. For example, if you need to cover 33.333 cubic feet, using 60-pound bags of concrete, divide 33.333 cubic feet by . …

Read more...We have mix ratio for ballast is 1:6 by volume, it means 6 parts of 1 ton ballast yields 0.6m3 volume, so 1 part of cement volume is 0.6/6 = 0.1m3, therefore required volume of cement is about 0.1m3, which yield about 150kg of cement equal as 6 bags of 25kg cement.

Read more...🕑 Reading time: 1 minute Quantity of materials such as cement, sand, coarse aggregates and water required per cubic meter of concrete and mortar for different mix proportions varies with the mix design of the concrete and mortar respectively. Following table gives the estimated quantity of materials required per cubic meter of mortar and concrete for various nominal mixes.

Read more...Concrete suitable for driveways, paths, and patios is made by mixing 1 part cement with 6 parts ballast, and foundation-strength concrete is made by increasing the ratio to 1:8. For 1m3, how much ballast and cement do I need?

Read more...Weight volume density. Weight of cement 1/41.54 m31440 kg/m3. Weight of cement 554.4 kg. 1 bags cement 50 kg. bags of cement 554.4/50 11.088. no of cement bags in m25 11.088. 11.088 bags cement are used in m25 grade of 1m3 concrete You Can Follow me on Facebook and Subscribe our Youtube Channel. How Much Water Is Required For 1 Cubic Meter M25

Read more...The dry volume of concrete mixture is always greater than the wet volume. The ratio of dry volume to the wet volume of concrete is 1.54. So 1.54 Cum of dry materials (cement, sand and aggregate) is required to produce 1 Cum of concrete. Volume of Cement required = 1/(1+2+4) X 1.54 = 1/7 X 1.54 = 0.22 Cum

Read more...How much ballast and cement do I need for 1m3 concrete. Typically, weight of ballast is about 1.75 tons per cubic metre or 1750 kg/ m3, available in a small bag of 25kg which yields volume around 0.015 cubic metre, one may ask "how much ballast and …

Read more...The right amounts of ballast or sand-aggregate can also be expressed in simple ratios. So for the concrete mix mentioned above, your cement: sand: aggregate ratio should be 1:2:4 or ballast to cement ratio of 6 to 1. For a low-grade concrete with 10MPa strength, the perfect ratio should be 1:3:6. For 30MPa concrete use 1:0.75:1.5.

Read more...Concrete Mix Ratio Using Ballast. For typical domestic use, 1 cubic metre of concrete at 3500 psi (25 MPa) can be readily created by mixing seven 50 kg bags of cement with 0.7 cubic metres of sand and 0.7 cubic metres of stone aggregate. Concrete of this strength is ideal for patio slabs, footpaths and steps. By increasing the cement:aggregate ...

Read more...Aggregates directly influence the compressive strength of concrete. In a standard cubic metre of concrete, this amount of crushed rock forms a sturdy framework for the mix, while the size and shape of the aggregates will influence workability. 1 Cubic Meter of Concrete. 1m 3 of concrete = 150l water + 250kg cement + 700kg sand + 1200kg aggregates.

Read more...The table below gives you the concrete mix ratios and converts them into kg to make 1m3 of concrete. Manufacturing concrete using this method is a good guide but too much cement is used. Prescribed Concrete Mixes. A prescribed concrete is a mix where the purchaser prescribes the exact mix.

Read more...This ballast bulk bag gives a mixture of sand and stone ballast to be mixed with cement for concreting applications. Also suitable for other building projects such as to provide an even sub-base for driveways, shed bases and more. Minimum packed weight of 800kg +/- 5%. Can be used for multiple purposes. Can be used to fill voids in construction ...

Read more...Water in litres = Total volume of cement required x 0.55; How to Mix Concrete. When mixing concrete you will find that, while the ballast will heap on your shovel, the cement will slide off. This will give you incorrect proportions when mixing – 1 part of cement should be equal to 1 part ballast.

Read more...1.3. water (volume in litres) 34. 85. 170. The table is for batching by volume. A suitable gauge box or similar is therefore needed. The figures assume a general bulking factor for the materials and does not take into account any water in the sand or aggregate. Water should be added to obtain a workable but non-segregating mix, the total free ...

Read more...5 inches = 0.42 feet. 8 inches = 0.67 feet. 11 inches = 0.92 feet. 3 inches = 0.25 feet. 6 inches = 0.5 feet. 9 inches = 0.75 feet. This same principle applies when dealing in metric. If you enter your first two measurements, (for example, 5 metres x 3 metres) and your depth is 6 inches or 150mm, you would enter this as 5m x 4m x 0.150 = 2.3 ...

Read more...Thus, the quantity of cement required for 1 cubic meter of concrete = 0.98/0.1345 = 7.29 bags of cement. The quantities of materials for 1 m3 of concrete production can be calculated as follows: The weight of cement required = 7.29 x 50 = 364.5 kg. Weight of fine aggregate (sand) = 1.5 x …

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