How Many 80lb Bags of Concrete Equal a Yard?


80lbs. concrete bag needs to be mixed with 4 quarts or 3.7 liters of water. This mixture allows you to place approximately .60 cu/ft of concrete. So therefore you will need 45 bags of 80lb. (4000 psi) concrete ready mix will be enough for 1 yard of concrete.
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A very similar question was asked and already answered. If you look it up in the resolved questions you can find the formula, but your immediate answer is 40.3 bags.
1.8 Cubic yards of concrete is 48.6 cubic feet. Each 80lb bag of concrete is .6 cubic feet. Therefore, you would need 81 bags. Hope that helps. GEO
The proper amount of sand is equal to about twice the weight of the concrete or about 160 pounds in this case. Sand is fine inorganic material that binds with the cement to produce
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