**How many shovels in a 94 lb bag of cement.** It is not a standard unit for measurement and depends on how shovel is big in size and how heaped up.

It all depends on size of shovel, how is big or small and how “heaped up” the shovel is each time. It would also depend on weight of portland cement.

But roughly measurement with shovel make estimate, shovel are required in brick work, concrete work, removing a lot of sand and cement, so here is my estimate.

Portland cement bag comes in various size of 40lb, 60lb, 80lb and 94 pounds. Generally 1 bag cement weighs around 94 pounds which is equal to 1 cubic feet of cement.

**How many shovels in a 94 lb bag of cement**

It would take roughly five or six shovels to move one cubic foot of cement. Typically a 94 lb bag of cement nearly equal to 1 cubic feet. So my estimate is there are 5 to 6 shovels required in a 94 lb bag of cement or 1 cubic feet bag of cement. But your mileage will vary depending on the shovel size and how “heaped” each shovel is.

**How many shovels in a 80 lb bag of cement**

It would take roughly 1 or 2 shovels to move 0.20 cubic foot of cement. Typically a 80 lb bag of cement nearly equal to 0.85 cubic feet. So my estimate is there are 4 to 5 shovels required in a 80 lb bag of cement.

**How many shovels in a 60 lb bag of cement**

It would take roughly 1 or 2 shovels to move 0.20 cubic foot of cement. Typically a 60 lb bag of cement nearly equal to 0.64 cubic feet. So my estimate is there are 3 to 4 shovels required in a 60 lb bag of cement.

**How many shovels in a 40 lb bag of cement**

It would take roughly 1 or 2 shovels to move 0.20 cubic foot of cement. Typically a 40 lb bag of cement nearly equal to 0.43 cubic feet. So my estimate is there are 2 to 3 shovels required in a 40 lb bag of cement.