Concrete
Calculator
Concrete Calculator
Concrete is a key material used in construction of building. It’s important to know the volume and weight of concretes you need to complete a certain construction. This Concrete Calculator of OkCalculator is all set to find out the concrete needed for slabs, square footings, walls, hole, column, and round footings. Note that, to recover some wastage during construction, we suggest you to purchase some more than the calculation shows.

It shows the concretes needed for the construction of slabs, square footings, or walls. The result (required weight and volume of concretes) is more useful as the Concrete Calculator shows it in cubic feet, cubic yards, cubic meters, kgs, lbs, 60 lbs bags, and 80 lbs bags at the same time.

Length

Specify the length of the slabs, square footings, or walls to be constructed. Choose the unit of measurement from foot, inch, yard, meter, and centimeter.

Width

Input the width of the slabs, square footings, or walls to be constructed. Again select the measurement unit (foot, inch, yard, meter, and centimeter) from the drop down menu.

Thickness or Height

Mention the thickness or height of the slabs, square footings, or walls for which you want to purchase concrete. Select the measurement unit from the menu of this concrete calculator.

Hole, Column, or Round Footings

This tab of the Concrete Calculator shows the concretes needed for the construction of hole, column, or round footings. The result (required weight and volume of concretes) is more useful as the Concrete Calculator illustrates the calculation in cubic feet, cubic yards, cubic meters, kgs, lbs, 60 lbs bags, and 80 lbs bags.

Diameter

Measure the diameter and mention it in this field. Also specify the unit in which you measured the diameter of the hole, column, or round footings.

Depth or Height

Measure the depth or height of the hole, column, or round footings in foot, inch, yard, meter, or centimeter and input the value here.

Quantity

Input the number of item you want to construct so that the Concrete Calculator can measure the requirement more effectively.