The weight of 1 cubic meter of concrete depends on the mix design (proportion of materials like cement, sand, and aggregates). Here are approximate values:

1. M10 concrete: Around 2,400 kg/m³

2. M15 concrete: Around 2,400 kg/m³

3. M20 concrete: Around 2,500 kg/m³

4. M25 concrete: Around 2,500 kg/m³

These values can vary based on specific mix designs and local materials used in the concrete mix.

Concrete is the one of the most important building material made of mixture of cement, sand, aggregate mixed with water to form plain cement concrete if it is provided with steel reinforcement bar then it will be reinforced cement concrete.

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Concrete have various grade represented as M10, M15, M20 and M25, in which M stand for mix and all world by numerical figure is characteristics of compressive strength. In this article we know about weight of 1 cubic meter of M10, M15, M20 and M25 concrete.

The typical weight of **1mq** (1 cubic meter, 1 cum, 1cum) of M25 & M20 concrete is about **2.5 MT** (or 2,500 kilograms) for **RCC (reinforced concrete)** and **2.4 MT** (or 2,400 kilograms) for **PCC (Plain cement concrete).**

The typical weight of concrete is about 2,400 kg per m3 or 2.4 metric tons per m3 for plain cement concrete (PCC) and for RCC (reinforced cement concrete) about 2,500 kg per m3 or 2.5 metric tons per m3.

How much does a cubic meter of concrete weigh? A typical cubic meter of concrete weighs approximately 2.4 tons (2400 kg) in case of PCC and 2.5 tons (2500 kg) for reinforced concrete. Typically, 1m3 of concrete is made up of about 350kg (14 25kg bags) cement, 700 kg of sand, 1,200kg of aggregate, about 150 litres of water.

**Weight of concrete**

You may be asking, **“how much does concrete weigh”,** A typical concrete mix weighs about 150lb (pound) per cubic foot, 68kg per cubic foot, 4,050lb (pound) per cubic yard, 2,400 kg per cubic meter, 0.087 pounds or 1.39 ounces per cubic inch, 20.08 pounds per gallon, or 2.41 kg (5.3 pounds) per liter. The weight of concrete is determined by its density, which can vary based on the amount of aggregate, water, and air in the mix.

**Weight of 1 cubic meter of M10, M15, M20 and M25 concrete**

The typical weight of 1 cubic meter of concrete is 2.5 metric tons or 2,500 kilograms for RCC and 2.4 metric tons or 2,400 kilograms for PCC. Typically, 1m3 (cubic meter) of concrete is made up of about 350kg (7 50kg bags) cement, 700 kg of sand, 1,200kg of aggregate, about 150 litres of water and 100kg of steel embedded in it as per design structure in case reinforced cement concrete (RCC concrete).

**1 m3 concrete weight**

The typical weight of 1 m3 (cubic meter, or 1 m cube, 1metre cube) of concrete is approximately 2.5 metric tons or tonnes or 2,500 kilograms for RCC (reinforced cement concrete) and 2.4 metric tons or tonnes or 2,400 kilograms for PCC (plain cement concrete).

Typically, 1 m3 (cubic meter) of concrete is made up of about 350kg (7 50kg bags) cement, 700 kg of sand, 1,200kg of aggregate, about 150 litres of water and 100kg of steel embedded in it as per design structure in case reinforced cement concrete (RCC concrete).

**1m3 concrete weight in kg**

The typical weight of 1m3 (cubic meter) of concrete is approximately 2,500kg (or 2.5 tons or tonnes) for RCC (reinforced cement concrete) and 2,400kg (or 2.4 tons or tonnes) for PCC (plain cement concrete). Therefore, 1 cubic meter of concrete has a weight of 2400kg.

**Concrete weight**

The typical weight of concrete mix is 150 lb (or 68kg) per cubic foot, 4,050 pound per cubic yard, or 2,400 kg per cubic meter. The weight of concrete is determined by its density, which can vary based on the amount of aggregate, water, and air in the mix.

**Concrete weight per m3**

A typical concrete mix weight is around **2,400 kilograms** or **2.4 tons** per m3 for ordinary cement concrete (PCC). Reinforced concrete (RCC) weighs around **2,500 kilograms** or **2.5 tons** per m3.

**Weight of 1 cubic meter concrete**

The typical weight of 1 cubic meter of concrete is about 2.4 metric tons (2,400kgs). Typically, 1 cubic meter of concrete is made up of about 350kg (7 50kg bags) cement, 700 kg of sand, 1,200kg of aggregate and about 150 litres of water without steel in it as per design structure in case plain cement concrete (PCC concrete).

**Weight of concrete per cubic meter**

The typical weight of concrete is about 2.5 metric tons (2,500kg) per cubic meter in case of RCC or 2.4 metric tons (2,400kg) in case of PCC. This is standard weight of M20 or n20 concrete per cubic meter. Their actual weight is depend on design mix of cement sand and coarse aggregate and steel reinforcement.

**How Much Does Concrete Weight**

The typical weight of a concrete mix is about 150 pounds per cubic foot, 4,050 pound per cubic yard, 50 lbs per square foot at 4 inches thick, 0.087 pounds (1.39 ounces or 0.039kg) per cubic inch, 20 pounds per gallon, or 2,400 kg per cubic meter. The weight of concrete is determined by its density, which can vary based on the amount of aggregate, water, and air in the mix.

**Weight of 1 cubic meter of M10 concrete**

We have to prepare 1m3 of M10 concrete, this is wet volume, to calculate dry volume we will multiply 1.54 in wet volume, so total volume of concrete = 1.54m3, in M10 concrete nominal mix ratio of cement, sand and aggregate is 1: 3: 6 respectively and water cement ratio is about 0.60.

Total proportion = 1 + 3 + 6 = 10, in which part of cement = 1/10, part of sand = 3/10 and part of aggregate = 6/10.

Quantity of cement required for 1 cubic meter of m10 concrete:- considering, 1440kg/m3 is density of cement, then cement quantity = (1/10) ×1.54m3 × 1440 kg/m3 = 222kg or around 4.44 bags 50 kg of cement. Therefore, 222kg (4.44 bags of 50kg) cement are required to form 1 cubic meter of m10 concrete

According to indian standard, as we know that about 480kg of mixture of sand and aggregate required per bag 50kg of cement, so total weight of gravel (sand + aggregate) = 4.44×480 = 2130 kg, Generally sand to aggregate ratio is 1:2 by weight, total ratio = 1+2 =3, part of sand = 1/3 and part of aggregate = 2/3.

Quantity of sand required for 1 cubic meter of m10 concrete:- As total gravel weight is 2130kg, sand part is 1/3, hence sand quantity in mix = (1/3) × 2130 × = 710kg sand. Therefore 710kg of sand required for 1 cubic meter of m10 concrete.

Quantity of aggregate required for 1 cubic meter of m10 concrete:- As total gravel weight is 2130kg, aggregate part is 2/3, hence aggregate quantity in mix = (2/3) × 2130 × = 1420kg aggregate. Therefore 1420kg of aggregate required for 1 cubic meter of m10 concrete.

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Quantity of water required for 1 cubic meter of m10 concrete:- As we know water cement ratio for m10 concrete is about 0.6, as cement = 222kg, then water quantity = 0.6× 222kg= 133 Litres. Therefore 133Litres of water required for 1 cubic meter of m10 concrete.

The typical weight of 1 cubic meter of M10 concrete is around 2.4 metric tons (2,400kg). Typically 1m3 (cubic meter) of m10 concrete is made up of about 222kg (4.5 50kg bags) cement, 710 kg of sand, 1,420kg of aggregate and about 133 litres of water as per design structure in case plain cement concrete (PCC concrete). Therefore 1 cubic meter of M10 concrete has a weight of 2400kg.

**Weight of 1 cubic meter of M15 concrete**

We have to prepare 1m3 of M15 concrete, this is wet volume, to calculate dry volume we will multiply 1.54 in wet volume, so total volume of concrete = 1.54m3, in M15 concrete nominal mix ratio of cement, sand and aggregate is 1: 2: 4 respectively and water cement ratio is about 0.60.

Total proportion = 1 + 2 + 4 = 7, in which part of cement = 1/7, part of sand = 2/7 and part of aggregate = 4/7.

Quantity of cement required for 1 cubic meter of m15 concrete:- considering, 1440kg/m3 is density of cement, then cement quantity = (1/7) ×1.54m3 × 1440 kg/m3 = 317kg or around 6.35 bags 50 kg of cement. Therefore, 317kg (6.35 bags of 50kg) cement are required to form 1 cubic meter of m15 concrete.

According to indian standard, as we know that about 330kg of mixture of sand and aggregate required per bag 50kg of cement, so total weight of gravel (sand + aggregate) = 6.35×330 = 2095 kg, Generally sand to aggregate ratio is 1:2 by weight, total ratio = 1+2 =3, part of sand = 1/3 and part of aggregate = 2/3.

Quantity of sand required for 1 cubic meter of m15 concrete:- As total gravel weight is 2095kg, sand part is 1/3, hence sand quantity in mix = (1/3) × 2095 × = 698kg sand. Therefore 698kg of sand required for 1 cubic meter of m15 concrete.

Quantity of aggregate required for 1 cubic meter of m15 concrete:- As total gravel weight is 2095kg, aggregate part is 2/3, hence aggregate quantity in mix = (2/3) × 2095 × = 1396kg aggregate. Therefore 1396kg of aggregate required for 1 cubic meter of m15 concrete.

Quantity of water required for 1 cubic meter of m15 concrete:- As we know water cement ratio for m15 concrete is about 0.6, as cement = 317kg, then water quantity = 0.6× 317kg= 190 Litres. Therefore 190Litres of water required for 1 cubic meter of m15 concrete.

The typical weight of 1m3 (1 cubic meter) of m15 concrete is about 2.5 metric tons (2,500kg). Typically 1m3 (cubic meter) of m15 concrete is made up of about 317kg (6.35 50kg bags) cement, 698 kg of sand, 1,396kg of aggregate, about 190 litres of water and 100kg of steel embedded in it as per design structure in case reinforced cement concrete (RCC concrete).

**Weight of 1 cubic meter of M20 concrete**

We have to prepare 1m3 of M20 concrete, this is wet volume, to calculate dry volume we will multiply 1.54 in wet volume, so total volume of concrete = 1.54m3, in M20 concrete nominal mix ratio of cement, sand and aggregate is 1: 1.5: 3 respectively and water cement ratio is about 0.55.

Total proportion = 1 + 1.5 + 3 = 5.5, in which part of cement = 1/5.5, part of sand = 1.5/5.5 and part of aggregate = 3/5.5.

Quantity of cement required for 1 cubic meter of m20 concrete:- considering, 1440kg/m3 is density of cement, then cement quantity = (1/5.5) ×1.54m3 × 1440 kg/m3 = 403kg or around 8 bags of 50 kg of cement. Therefore, 403kg (8 bags of 50kg) cement are required to form 1 cubic meter of m20 concrete.

According to indian standard, as we know that about 250kg of mixture of sand and aggregate required per bag 50kg of cement, so total weight of gravel (sand + aggregate) = 8×250 = 2000 kg, Generally sand to aggregate ratio is 1:2 by weight, total ratio = 1+2 =3, part of sand = 1/3 and part of aggregate = 2/3.

Quantity of sand required for 1 cubic meter of m20 concrete:- As total gravel weight is 2000kg, sand part is 1/3, hence sand quantity in mix = (1/3) × 2000 × = 666kg sand. Therefore 666kg of sand required for 1 cubic meter of m20 concrete.

Quantity of aggregate required for 1 cubic meter of m20 concrete:- As total gravel weight is 2,000kg, aggregate part is 2/3, hence aggregate quantity in mix = (2/3) × 2000 × = 1332kg aggregate. Therefore 1,332kg of aggregate required for 1 cubic meter of m20 concrete.

Quantity of water required for 1 cubic meter of m20 concrete:- As we know water cement ratio for m20 concrete is about 0.55, as cement = 403kg, then water quantity = 0.55× 403kg= 220 Litres. Therefore 220Litres of water required for 1 cubic meter of m20 concrete.

The typical weight of 1m3 (1 cubic meter) of m20 concrete is approximately 2.5 metric tons (2,500kg). Typically 1m3 (cubic meter) of m20 concrete is made up of about 403kg (8 50kg bags) cement, 666 kg of sand, 1,332kg of aggregate, about 220 litres of water and 100kg of steel embedded in it as per design structure in case reinforced cement concrete (RCC concrete).

**Weight of 1 cubic meter of M25 concrete**

We have to prepare 1m3 of M25 concrete, this is wet volume, to calculate dry volume we will multiply 1.54 in wet volume, so total volume of concrete = 1.54m3, in M25 concrete nominal mix ratio of cement, sand and aggregate is 1: 1: 2 respectively and water cement ratio is about 0.50.

Total proportion = 1 + 1 + 2 = 4, in which part of cement = 1/4, part of sand = 1/4 and part of aggregate = 2/4.

Quantity of cement required for 1 cubic meter of m25 concrete:- considering, 1440kg/m3 is density of cement, then cement quantity = (1/4) ×1.54m3 × 1440 kg/m3 = 554kg or around 11 bags of 50 kg of cement. Therefore, 554kg (11 bags of 50kg) cement are required to form 1 cubic meter of m25 concrete.

According to indian standard, as we know that about 165kg of mixture of sand and aggregate required per bag 50kg of cement, so total weight of gravel (sand + aggregate) = 11×165 = 1815 kg, Generally sand to aggregate ratio is 1:2 by weight, total ratio = 1+2 =3, part of sand = 1/3 and part of aggregate = 2/3.

Quantity of sand required for 1 cubic meter of m25 concrete:- As total gravel weight is 1815kg, sand part is 1/3, hence sand quantity in mix = (1/3) × 1815 × = 605kg sand. Therefore 605kg of sand required for 1 cubic meter of m25 concrete.

Quantity of aggregate required for 1 cubic meter of m25 concrete:- As total gravel weight is 1815kg, aggregate part is 2/3, hence aggregate quantity in mix = (2/3) × 1815 × = 1210kg aggregate. Therefore 1210kg of aggregate required for 1 cubic meter of m25 concrete.

Quantity of water required for 1 cubic meter of m25 concrete:- As we know water cement ratio for m25 concrete is about 0.50, as cement = 554kg, then water quantity = 0.50× 554kg= 277 Litres. Therefore 277Litres of water required for 1 cubic meter of m25 concrete.

The typical weight of 1m3 (1 cubic meter) of m25 concrete is approximately 2.5 metric tons (or 2,500kg). Typically 1m3 of m25 concrete is made up of about 544kg (11 50kg bags) cement, 605 kg of sand, 1,210kg of aggregate and about 277 litres of water and 100kg of steel embedded in it as per design structure in case reinforced cement concrete (RCC concrete).

**Conclusion:-**

The typical weight of 1 cubic meter of M10, M15, M20 & M25 concrete is about 2.5 MT (or 2,500kg), which consists of 350kg (7 50kg bags) cement, 700 kg of sand, 1,200kg of aggregate, about 150 litres of water and 100kg of steel.

A typical concrete mix weighs about 150lb (pound) per cubic foot, 68kg per cubic foot, 4,050lb (pound) per cubic yard, 2,400 kg per cubic meter, 0.087 pounds or 1.39 ounces per cubic inch, 20.08 pounds per gallon, or 2.41 kg (5.3 pounds) per liter. The weight of concrete is determined by its density, which can vary based on the amount of aggregate, water, and air in the mix.