How much does a ton of concrete cover | how much does a ton of crushed concrete cover | Coverage area of one ton of concrete.

One ton of concrete coverage will vary depending on thickness of slab, the types of grade of concrete, concrete mix ratio, compressive strength of concrete, manual mixing or batch mix, or concrete bas, whether it PCC (plain cement concrete) or RCC (reinforced cement concrete).

Concrete used for construction of residential, commercial and industrial structure, several projects like bridge, dams, reservoir, Highway Roadways driveway, french drainage system, patio, tunnels, base for retaining walls, drain construction, pavement, road, street, walkaway, and used for slab etc.

Concrete ready mix made of blended mix of Portland cement, sand gravel and other approved ingredient in a required proportion to achieve desired strength, concrete slab are used in patio making, walkway, driveway etc.

Concrete coverage will depend on the thickness and the density. One ton should be about 15 cubic feet when compacted, so it would cover 30 square feet 6 inches thick or 45 square feet 4 inches thick or 60 square feet 3 inches thick.

In this article we know about how much does a ton of concrete cover, one ton of concrete coverage at 2 inches, 3 inches, 4 inches, or 6 inches. The minimum thickness for a slab for a detached house, a concrete terrace, a slab for a garden shed, or even a pedestrian walkway, is 4 inches of reinforced concrete.

The minimum thickness for a slab passable by light vehicles is 6 inches (15 cm slab of reinforced concrete). Allow at least 8 inches if there is a risk of heavy vehicle traffic.

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**How much does a ton of concrete cover**

A ton of fresh mix or crushed concrete weighs about 2,000 pound, and yields 15 cubic feet volume when compacted, and which will cover about 90 square feet at 2 inches thick, 60 square feet at 3 inches thick, 45 square feet at 4 inches thick, 36 square feet at 5 inches thick, or 30 square feet at 6 inches thick.

To calculate yields of one ton concrete in yards, simply divide weight of 1 ton of concrete i.e. 2,000 pound by weight of 1 yard of concrete i.e. 4,050 = 2,000/ 4,050 = 0.5 cubic yards. 1 yards equals 27 cubic feet, so, amount of cubic feet in 0.5 yards = 0.5 × 27 = 13.5 cubic feet, round 15 cubic feet when compacted. Thus, one ton of concrete yields 15 cubic feet.

To calculate coverage of one ton of concrete in square feet, convert the thickness of your projects in feet divide by 12, then divide the yields of 1 ton of concrete i.e. 15 cubic feet by thickness in feet. For example, if thickness of your project is 2 inches, then thickness in feet = 2/ 12 = 0.166 feet, so, one ton concrete coverage at 2 inches = 15/ 0.166 = 90 square feet.

**One ton concrete coverage at 2 inches thick**

● 1) 2 inches thickness in feet = 2/12 = 0.166

● 2) One ton concrete yields = (2,000/ 4,050) × 27 = 13.5 cubic feet, rounds to 15 cubic feet, when compacted

● 3) One ton concrete coverage at 2 inches thick = 15/ 0.166 = 90 square feet

● Thus, one ton of concrete will cover approximately 90 square feet at 2 inches deep.

**One ton concrete coverage at 3 inches thick**

● 1) 3 inches thickness in feet = 3/12 = 0.25

● 2) One ton concrete yields = (2,000/ 4,050) × 27 = 13.5 cubic feet, rounds to 15 cubic feet, when compacted

● 3) One ton concrete coverage at 3 inches thick = 15/ 0.25 = 60 square feet

● Thus, one ton of concrete will cover approximately 60 square feet at 3 inches deep.

**One ton concrete coverage at 4 inches thick**

● 1) 4 inches thickness in feet = 4/12 = 0.33

● 2) One ton concrete yields = (2,000/ 4,050) × 27 = 13.5 cubic feet, rounds to 15 cubic feet, when compacted

● 3) One ton concrete coverage at 4 inches thick = 15/ 0.33 = 45 square feet

● Thus, one ton of concrete will cover approximately 45 square feet at 4 inches deep.

**One ton concrete coverage at 5 inches thick**

● 1) 5 inches thickness in feet = 5/12 = 0.416

● 2) One ton concrete yields = (2,000/ 4,050) × 27 = 13.5 cubic feet, rounds to 15 cubic feet, when compacted

● 3) One ton concrete coverage at 5 inches thick = 15/ 0.416 = 36 square feet

● Thus, one ton of concrete will cover approximately 35 square feet at 5 inches deep.

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**One ton concrete coverage at 6 inches thick**

● 1) 6 inches thickness in feet = 6/12 = 0.5

● 2) One ton concrete yields = (2,000/ 4,050) × 27 = 13.5 cubic feet, rounds to 15 cubic feet, when compacted

● 3) One ton concrete coverage at 6 inches thick = 15/ 0.5 = 30 square feet

● Thus, one ton of concrete will cover approximately 30 square feet at 6 inches deep.

**Conclusion:**

A ton of fresh mix or crushed concrete weighs about 2,000 pound, and yields 15 cubic feet volume when compacted, and which will cover about 90 square feet at 2 inches thick, 60 square feet at 3 inches thick, or 45 square feet at 4 inches thick.