The weight of steel bars of different sizes can vary based on the length and diameter of the bar. To calculate the approximate weight of a steel rod, you can use the formula: Weight (in kilograms) = (D^2L/162). Where: D is the diameter of the steel bar (in millimeter) & L is the length of the steel bar (in meters).

The typical weight of steel bars depends on many factors like density of steel, manufacturing process, rebar diameter and length of rebar. Density is define as mass per unit volume, common density of steel bar is about 7850 kg/m3 or 490 lbs/ft3. The diameter of steel bars range from 6mm to 40mm and higher. The common length of steel bars is approximately 40 ft (12 meters). In India common size of steel bars are 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm, 20mm, 25mm, 32mm & 40mm, their higher size can be customized.

The steel bars are also known as by various name like steel rods, rebar (reinforcing bar), TMT bars (Thermo Mechanically Treated bars)

TMX bars (Thermex steel), Tor steel (Toristeg Steel Corporation of Luxembourg) & HYSD (High Yield Strength Deformed) bars based on manufacturing process, location, properties and latest technology. However, all different types of steel bars have common density and weight per unit volume, or little bit fluctuation.

HYSD (High Yield Strength Deformed) are steel rods that are manufactured by unique technology by heating the rod. These steel bars are manufactured at a very high hot temperature and are twisted at cold temperature which makes them durable and stronger.

TmX bar is Thermex steel and are high-quality TMT bars. Both are manufactured by using a German patent technology (also known as Thermax technology) that makes the steel rods durable, strong, weldable and higher tensile strength.

Tor steel (Toristeg Steel Corporation of Luxembourg) is France based technology. These type of steel bars has been twisted at cold temperature and deformed after heat treatment process.

The steel bar is load bearing material are used in several construction, in field of industrial construction work, building construction, formation of bridge and dams superstructure of Industrial and commercial building, residential building and many types of construction in civil engineering.

The weight of steel bars measured in kilograms (kg) or metric tons and it may also calculated in kilograms per metre (kg/m), Pounds per foot (lbs/ft), kilograms per foot (kg/ft) of different size of bars such as 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm, 20mm, 25mm and so on higher.

In India the typical length of one piece of different size of steel bars: 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm and 20mm is approximately 12 meters or 40 feet long, which comes in Straight rod (12 metres) or U or bent shaped (6 meters).

There are two formula are used to calculate the weight of Steel bars: 1) D²L/162 in kg/m and 2) D²L/533 in kg/ft. The formula D²L/162 is used to calculate the unit weight of steel bars in kilograms per meter (kg/m), where, D = Diameter of steel bars, L is length of steel in meters and 162 is a constant value. The Formula D²L/533 are used to calculate weight of steel bar in kilograms per foot (kg/ft), where L = length in meters, D = diameter and 533 is a constant value which is derived.

Many of us want to know how much weight of Steel bars required for house construction, in this article, we make approximate estimate and cost before starting construction by knowing 1 piece steel bar weight, length of Steel rod, number of Steel in one bundle, weight of Steel bar per foot and weight of Steel bar per metre.

There are different piece steel bars in one bundle. 8mm size of steel bar have 10 piece of Steel bars in one bundle, 10mm size of steel bar have 7 piece of Steel bars in one bundle, 12mm size of steel bar have 5 piece of steel rods in one bundle, 16 mm size of Steel bar have 3 piece of rods in one bundle and 20mm size of Steel bar have 2 piece of steel rods in one bundle.

**Weight of steel bars**

Weight of steel bars measured in kg or tons and it may also calculated in kg per metre, Pounds per foot, or kg per foot of different size of bars such as 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm, 20mm, 25mm and much more-. Steel bar supplied in U bent or a straight rod, length of one bar is around 12 metre or 40 feet.

**Steel bar weight**

The typical weight of a 8mm steel bar is approximately 0.395kg per meter, 10mm steel bar weighs 0.617kg per meter, 12mm steel bar weighs 0.889kg per meter, 16mm steel bar weighs 1.58kg per meter and 20mm of steel bar weighs 2.47kg per meter.

**8mm steel rod weight**

The weight of 8mm steel bars or steel rods can be calculated in kilograms or in tons. Their weight measured in different units like kilograms per meter (kg/m), kilograms per foot (kg/ft), kilograms per rod and kilograms per bundle.

The typical weight of a 8mm of steel bar (rod or rebar) is about 0.395 kilograms per meter (kg/m), 0.12 kilograms per foot (kg/ft), 4.74 kg per rod (12 meters full length) and 47 kilograms per bundle (for 10 rods).

**8mm rod weight per piece**

To find the weight of a 8mm steel bar per rod in kilograms, you can use this formula, D^2L/162, (8×8×12) ÷ 162 = 4.74 kilograms, hence 4.74 kg is the weight of 8mm steel rod per piece. So each rod of 8mm dia for 12 meters (40 ft) of length is typically weight around 4.74 kilograms.

#### 8mm rod weight per bundle

To find the weight of a 8mm steel rod per bundle in kilograms, you can use this formula, D^2L.N/162, (8×8×12×10) ÷ 162 = approx. 47 kilograms, hence 47 kg is the weight of 8mm steel rod per bundle. So 1 bundle steel bar of 8mm dia has 10 rods each of 12 meters (40 ft) in length and weighs 45 to 47 kg approximately. 1 ton of 8mm dia of steel bar has approximately 22 bundles.

**8mm rod weight per meter (kg/m)**

To find the 8mm steel rod weight per meter (kg/m), you can use this formula, D^2L/162, (8×8×1) ÷ 162 = approx. 0.395 kilograms, hence 0.395 kg is the weight of 8mm steel rod per meter. So steel rod of 8mm dia is typically weight around 0.395 kilograms per meter.

#### 8mm rod weight per foot (kg/ft)

To calculate the weight of a 8mm steel rod per foot (kg/ft), you can use this formula, D^2L/533, (6×6×1) ÷ 533 = approx. 0.12 kilograms, hence 0.12 kg is the weight of 8mm steel rod per foot. So steel rod of 8mm dia is typically weight around 0.12 kilograms per foot.

**Summary:**

1. The typical weight of a 8mm steel rod is about 0.395 kilograms per meter.

2. The typical a 8mm steel rod is weight about 0.12 kilograms per foot.

3. A single piece of 8mm steel rod is weight approximately 4.74 kilograms.

4. One bundle of 8mm steel bar has 10 rods which weigh almost 47 kilograms.

**10mm steel rod weight**

The weight of 10mm steel bars or steel rods can be measured in kilograms or in tons. The weight measured in different derived units like in kilograms per meter (kg/m), kilograms per foot (kg/ft), kilograms per rod and kilograms per bundle by using different steel weight calculation formula.

The typical weight of a 10mm of steel bar (rod, or rebar) is about 0.617 kilograms per meter (kg/m), 0.188 kilograms per foot (kg/ft), 7.407 kilograms per piece (12 meters full length) and 52 kgs per bundle (for 7 rods).

**10mm rod weight per piece**

To find the weight of a 10mm steel rod per piece in kilograms, you can use this formula, D^2L/162, (10×10×12) ÷ 162 = approx. 7.4 kilograms, hence 7.4 kg is the weight of 10mm steel rod per piece. So each rod of 10mm dia for 12 meters (40 ft) of length is typically weight around 7.4 kilograms.

**10mm rod weight per bundle**

To find the weight of the 10mm steel rod per bundle in kilograms, you can use this formula, D^2L.N/162, (10×10×12×7) ÷ 162 = approx 52 kilograms, hence 52 kg is the weight of 10mm steel rod per bundle. So 1 bundle steel bar of 10mm dia has 7 rods each of 12 meters (40 ft) in length and weighs 49 to 52 kg approximately. 1 ton of 10mm dia of steel bar has approximately 20 bundles.

**10mm rod weight per meter (kg/m)**

To calculate the weight of the 10mm steel rod per meter (kg/m), you can use this formula, D^2L/162, (10×10×1) ÷ 162 = approx. 0.62 kilograms, hence 0.62 kg is the weight of 10mm steel rod per meter. So steel rod of 10mm dia is typically weight around 0.62 kilograms per meter.

**10mm rod weight per foot (kg/ft)**

To calculate the 10mm steel rod weight per foot (kg/ft), you can use this formula, D^2L/533, (6×6×1) ÷ 533 = approx 0.188 kilograms, hence 0.188 kg is the weight of 10mm steel rod per foot. So steel rod of 10mm dia is typically weight around 0.188 kilograms per foot.

**Summary:**

1. The typical weight of a 10mm steel rod is about 0.617 kilograms per meter.

2. The typical a 10mm steel rod is weight about 0.188 kilograms per foot.

3. A single piece of 10mm steel rod is weight approximately 7.4 kilograms.

4. One bundle of 10mm steel bar has 7 rods which weigh almost 52 kilograms.

**12mm steel bar weight**

The weight of 12mm dia of steel rods can be measured in kilograms or in tons. Their weight can be measured by using steel weight calculation formula in kilograms per meter (kg/m), kilograms per foot (kg/ft), kilograms per rod and kilograms per bundle.

The typical weight of a 12mm of steel bar (rod, or rebar) is about 0.89 kilograms per meter (kg/m), 0.27 kilograms per foot (kg/ft), 10.66 kilograms per piece (12 meters or 40 ft full length) and 53 kilograms per bundle (5 rods).

**12mm rod weight per piece**

To calculate the 12mm steel rod weight per piece you can use this formula, D^2L/162, (12×12×12) ÷ 162 = approx. 10.667 kilograms, hence 10.667 kg is the weight of 12mm steel rod per piece. So each rod of 12mm dia for 12 meters (40 ft) of length is typically weight around 10.667 kilograms.

**12mm rod weight per meter (kg/m)**

To calculate the weight of 12mm steel rod per meter (kg/m) you can use this formula, D^2L/162, (12×12×1) ÷ 162 = approx 0.89 kilograms, hence 0.89 kg is the weight of 12mm steel rod per meter. So steel rod of 12mm dia is typically weight around 0.89 kilograms per meter.

**12mm rod weight per foot (kg/ft)**

To calculate the 12mm steel rod weight per foot (kg/ft) you can use this formula, D^2L/533, (12×12×1) ÷ 533 = approx. 0.27 kilograms, hence 0.27 kg is the weight of 12mm steel rod per foot. So steel rod of 12mm dia is typically weight around 0.89 kilograms per foot.

**12mm rod weight per bundle**

To calculate 12mm steel rod weight per bundle in kilograms you can use this formula, D^2L.N/162, (12×12×12×5) ÷ 162 = approx. 53 kilograms, hence 53 kg is the weight of 12mm steel rod per bundle. So 1 bundle TMT bar of 12mm dia has 5 rods each of 12 meters (40 ft) in length and weighs 51 to 53 kg. 1 ton of 12mm dia of steel bar has approximately 20 bundles.

**Summary:**

1. The typical weight of a 12mm steel rod is about 0.89 kilograms per meter.

2. The typical a 12mm steel rod is weight about 0.27 kilograms per foot.

3. A single piece of 12mm steel rod is weight approximately 10.66 kilograms.

4. One bundle of 12mm steel bar has 5 rods which weigh almost 53 kilograms.

**16mm steel bar weight**

The weight of 16mm dia of steel rods can be measured in kilograms or in tons. They come in full length of 12 meters or 40 ft. Their weight can be measured by using steel weight calculation formula in kilograms per meter (kg/m), kilograms per foot (kg/ft), kilograms per rod and kilograms per bundle.

The typical weight of a 16mm of steel bar (rod, or rebar) is about 1.58 kilograms per meter (kg/m), 0.48 kilograms per foot (kg/ft), 18.96 kilograms per piece (12 meters or 40 ft full length) and 57 kilograms per bundle (for 3 rods).

**16mm rod weight per piece**

To calculate 16mm steel rod weight per piece you can use this formula, D^2L/162, (16×16×12) ÷ 162 = approx 18.96 kilograms, hence 18.96 kg is the weight of 16mm steel rod per piece. So each rod of 16mm dia for 12 meters (40 ft) of length is typically weight around 18.96 kilograms.

**16mm rod weight per meter (kg/m)**

To calculate 16mm steel rod weight per meter (kg/m) you can use this formula, D^2L/162, (16×16×1) ÷ 162 = approx. 1.58 kilograms, hence 1.58 kg is the weight of 16mm steel rod per meter. So steel rod of 16mm dia is typically weight around 1.58 kilograms per meter.

**16mm rod weight per foot (kg/ft)**

To calculate 16mm steel rod weight per foot (kg/ft) you can use this formula, D^2L/533, (6×6×1) ÷ 533 = approx 0.48 kilograms, hence 0.48 kg is the weight of 16mm steel rod per foot. So steel rod of 16mm dia is typically weight around 0.48 kilograms per foot.

**16mm rod weight per bundle**

If dia of steel = 16mm, length of 1 steel rod = 12 meter, number of steel in 1 bundle = 3. To calculate 16mm steel rod weight per bundle you can use this formula, D^2L.N/162, (16×16×12×3) ÷ 162 = approx. 57 kilograms, hence 57 kg is the weight of 16mm steel rod per bundle. So 1 bundle TMT bar of 16mm dia has 3 rods each of 12 meters (40 ft) in length and weighs 54 to 57 kg. 1 ton of 16mm dia of steel bar has approximately 18 bundles.

**Summary:**

1. The typical weight of a 16mm steel rod is about 1.580 kilograms per meter.

2. The typical a 16mm steel rod is weight about 0.48 kilograms per foot.

3. A single piece of 16mm steel rod is weight approximately 18.96 kilograms.

4. One bundle of 16mm steel bar has 3 rods which weigh almost 57 kilograms.

**20mm steel bar weight**

The weight of 20mm dia of steel rods can be measured in kilograms or in tons. Their weight can be measured by using steel weight calculation formula in kilograms per meter (kg/m), kilograms per foot (kg/ft), kilograms per rod and kilograms per bundle.

The typical weight of a 20mm of steel bar (rod, or rebar) is about 2.47 kilograms per meter (kg/m), 0.751 kilograms per foot (kg/ft), 29.63 kilograms per piece (12 meters or 40 ft full length) and 59 kilograms per bundle (for 2 rods).

**20mm rod weight per piece**

To calculate 20mm steel rod weight per piece you can use this formula, D^2L/162, (20×20×12) ÷ 162 = approx 29.63 kilograms, hence 29.63 kg is the weight of 20mm steel rod per piece. So each rod of 20mm dia for 12 meters (40 ft) of length is typically weight around 29.63 kilograms.

**20mm rod weight per meter (kg/m)**

To calculate 20mm steel rod weight per meter (kg/m) you can using this formula, D^2L/162, (20×20×1) ÷ 162 = approx. 2.47 kilograms, hence 2.47 kg is the weight of 20mm steel rod per meter. So steel rod of 20mm dia is typically weight around 2.47 kilograms per meter.

**20mm rod weight per foot (kg/ft)**

To calculate 20mm steel rod weight per foot (kg/ft) you can use this using this formula, D^2L/533, (6×6×1) ÷ 533 = approx. 0.75kgs, hence 0.75 kg is the weight of 20mm steel rod per foot. So steel rod of 20mm dia is typically weight around 0.75 kilograms per foot.

**20mm rod weight per bundle**

To calculate 20mm steel rod weight per bundle by using this formula, D^2L.N/162, (20×20×12×2) ÷ 162 = approx. 59 kilograms, hence 59 kg is the weight of 20mm steel rod per bundle. So 1 bundle TMT bar of 20mm dia has 2 rods each of 12 meters (40 ft) in length and weighs 58 to 60 kg. 1 ton has approximately 17 bundles.

**Summary:**

1. The typical weight of a 20mm steel rod is about 2.47 kilograms per meter.

2. The typical a 20mm steel rod is weight about 0.75 kilograms per foot.

3. A single piece of 20mm steel rod is weight approximately 29.63 kilograms.

4. One bundle of 20mm steel bar has 2 rods which weigh almost 59 kilograms.

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**6mm rod weight**

The typical weight of a 6mm diameter steel rod is approximately 0.22kg per meter, 0.0675kg per foot and 2.67kg per piece. A bundle of 6mm steel rods contains 20 pieces weighing approximately 53kg.

**25mm steel rod weight**

The typical weight of a 25mm of steel bar (rod, or rebar) is about 3.86 kilograms per meter (kg/m), 1.174 kilograms per foot (kg/ft), 46 kilograms per piece (12 meters or 40 ft full length) and 46 kilograms per bundle (for 1 rod).

**32mm steel rod weight**

The typical weight of a 32mm of steel bar (rod, or rebar) is about 6.32 kilograms per meter (kg/m), 1.925 kilograms per foot (kg/ft), 75.84 kilograms per piece (12 meters or 40 ft full length) and approx 76 kilograms per bundle (for 1 rod).

**40mm steel rod weight**

The typical weight of a 40mm of steel bar (rod, or rebar) is about 9.87 kilograms per meter (kg/m), 3 kilograms per foot (kg/ft), 118.32 kilograms per piece (12 meters or 40 ft full length) and approx 118 kilograms per bundle (for 1 rod).

**Steel rod weight per foot (6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm & 20mm)**

To calculate steel rod weight per foot, use the formula D^2L/533 to figure out weight or mass for steel rod in kilograms per foot (kg/ft), where D is the diameter of steel rod and L is the length for 1 foot and numerical figure 533 is the thumb rule number which is derived.

Typical weight of a 6mm steel rod is about 0.067 kilograms per foot (kg/ft), 8mm steel rod is 0.12 kg per foot, 10mm steel rod is 0.188 kg per foot, 12mm steel rod is 0.27 kg per foot, 16mm steel rod is 0.48 kg per foot, 20mm steel rod is 0.75 kg per foot, 25mm steel rod is 1.174 kg per foot, 32mm steel rod is 1.925 kg per foot and 40mm steel rod is 3 kg per foot.

**Steel rod weight per bundle (6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm & 20mm)**

To calculate steel rod weight per bundle, use the formula D^2L.N/162 to figure out weight or mass for steel rod in kilograms per bundle, where D is the diameter of steel rod and L is the length for 12 meters (40 ft), N is number of rods per bundle and numerical figure 162 is the thumb rule number which is derived.

Typical weight of a 8mm steel rod is about 45 to 47 kilograms per bundle, 10mm steel rod is about 49 to 52 kilograms, 12mm steel rod is about 51 to 53 kilograms, 16mm steel rod is about 54 to 57 kilograms, 20mm steel rod is about 58 to 60 kilograms, and 25mm steel rod is about 44 to 46 kilograms. This is theoretical weight of rod per bundle.

**Steel rod weight per piece (6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm & 20mm)**

To calculate steel rod weight for 1 piece, use the formula D^2L/162 to figure out weight or mass for 1 piece rod in kg, where D is the diameter of steel rod and L is the full length for 12 meter and numerical figure 162 is the thumb rule number which is derived.

The typical weight of a 6mm steel rod is about 2.664 kg per piece, 8mm is 4.74 kg per piece, 10mm is 7.404 kg per piece, 12mm is 10.667 kg per piece, 16mm is 18.96 kg per piece, 20mm is 29.63 kg per piece, 25mm is 46.32 kg per piece, 32mm is 75.84 kg per piece and 40mm is 118.52 kg per piece. This is theoretical weight of rod per piece.

**Steel rod weight per meter (6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm & 20mm)**

To calculate steel rod weight per meter, use the formula D^2L/162 to figure out weight or mass for steel rod in kilograms per meter (kg/m), where D is the diameter of steel rod and L is the length for 1 meter and numerical figure 162 is the thumb rule number which is derived.

Typical weight of a 6mm steel rod is about 0.22 kilograms per meter (kg/m), 8mm steel rod is 0.395 kg per meter, 10mm steel rod is 0.62 kg per meter, 12mm steel rod is 0.89 kg per meter, 16mm steel rod is 1.58 kg per meter, 20mm steel rod is 2.47 kg per meter, 25mm steel rod is 3.86 kg per meter, 32mm steel rod is 6.32 kg per meter and 40mm steel rod is 9.87 kg per meter.

**1 meter steel weight**

The typical weight of 1 meter of 6mm steel bar is about 0.222kg, 8mm is 0.395kg, 10mm is 0.617kg, 12mm is 0.89kg, 16mm is 1.58kg, 20mm is 2.47kg, 25mm is 3.86kg, 32mm is 6.32kg, and 40mm is 9.87kg.

**4 sut sariya price today**

The typical price of Steel bar or sariya goes up and down according to market condition, today price for 4 sut sariya is range between Rs 70 to 90 per kg. This is price for Kamdhenu, Tata tiscon, JSW steel, SRMB steel, Shyam steel, mongia etc.

**Sariya price today**

Price of Steel bar or sariya goes up and down according to market condition, today price for 2 sut (6mm), 2.5 sut (8mm), 3 sut (10mm), 4 sut (12mm), 5 sut (16mm), 6 sut (20mm) and 8 sut (25mm) sariya or steel is ranging between Rs 57 to 70 per kg. This is price for Kamdhenu, Tata tiscon, JSW steel, SRMB steel, Shyam steel, mongia etc.

**Steel weight per meter**

The typical weight of a 6mm Steel bar is 0.222 kg per meter, 8mm is 0.395 kg/m, 10mm is 0.617 kg/m, 12mm is 0.89 kg/m, 16mm is 1.58 kg/m, 20mm is 2.47 kg/m, 25mm is 3.86 kg/m, 32mm is 6.32 kg/m and 40mm is 9.87 kg/m.

**Weight of steel bars per foot**

The typical weight of a 6mm Steel bar is 0.067 kg per foot, 8mm is 0.120 kg per foot, 10mm is 0.188 kg per foot, 12mm is 0.270 kg per foot, 16mm is 0.480 kg per foot, 20mm is 0.751 kg per foot, 25mm is 1.174 kg per foot and 32mm is 1.925 kg per foot.

**Steel weight calculation formula**

Steel weight calculation formula per metre in kg or per foot in kg help you to find weight of one bundle of Steel bar and weight of one piece of Steel.

**The formula we are using for steel weight calculation are following:-**

● 1) D^2 L/162 :- This formula are used to find the weight of Steel bars in kilograms per meter (kg/m).

● 2) D^2 L/533 :- This formula are used to find the weight of Steel bars in kilograms per foot (kg/ft).

Where D = diameter of Steel bar, L is length of Steel bar and numerical figure 162 used for weight per metre in kg and 533 used for weight per foot in kg which are derived.

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1) D^2 L/162 and D^2 L/533 derivation

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**Imperial rebar / ASTM rebar weight Calculation**

Keep in mind that rebar weight may vary slightly depending on the specific ASTM grade. Rebar sizes vary, commonly ranging from #3 to #18. Each number corresponds to a specific diameter. For example, #3 rebar has a diameter of 0.375 inches, while #18 rebar has a diameter of 2.257 inches. The sizing depends on the construction requirements and load-bearing needs.

**Weight of number 2 rebar**

The typical weight of #2 rebar is approximately 0.249kg per meter or 0.167 pound per foot. On Imperial rebar/ ASTM rebar Size of number 2 rebar is equal to 6.35mm in soft metric. Weight of number 2 rebar per unit length = (6.35× 6.35)/162 = 0.249kg/m or 0.167lb/ft, so weight of number 2 rebar (#2 rebar) per unit length is 0.249kg/m or 0.167lb/ft.

**Weight of number 3 rebar**

The typical weight of #3 rebar is approximately 0.56kg per meter or 0.376 pound per foot. On Imperial rebar/ ASTM rebar Size of number 3 rebar is equal to 9.52mm in soft metric. Weight of number 3 rebar per unit length = (9.52× 9.52)/162 = 0.56kg/m or 0.376lb/ft, so weight of number 3 rebar (#3 rebar) per unit length is 0.56kg/m or 0.376lb/ft.

**Weight of number 4 rebar**

The typical weight of #4 rebar is approximately 0.994kg per meter or 0.668 pound per foot. On Imperial rebar/ ASTM rebar Size of number 4 rebar is equal to 12.7mm in soft metric. Weight of number 4 rebar per unit length = (12.7× 12.7)/162 = 0.994kg/m or 0.668lb/ft, so weight of number 4 rebar (#4 rebar) per unit length is 0.994kg/m or 0.668lb/ft.

**Weight of number 5 rebar**

The typical weight of #5 rebar is approximately 1.55kg per meter or 1.043 pound per foot. On Imperial rebar/ ASTM rebar Size of number 5 rebar is equal to 15.875mm in soft metric. Weight of number 5 rebar per unit length = (15.875× 15.875)/162 = 1.552kg/m or 1.043lb/ft, so weight of number 5 rebar (#5 rebar) per unit length is 1.552kg/m or 1.043lb/ft.

**Steel bar price per kg**

There is various size of Steel bar available in market is 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm, 16mm, 20mm and more — generally price of Steel bar will goes up and down, according to market condition and customers demand, on average price of Steel bar is vary between 70 to 90 rupees per kg.

**12mm Steel rod price per kg**

Generally price of 12mm Steel rod will goes up and down, according to market condition and customers demand, on average price of 12mm Steel rod is vary between 70 to 90 rupees per kg.

**10mm rod price per kg**

Generally price of 10mm rod will goes up and down, according to market condition and customers demand, on average price of 10mm rod is vary between 70 to 90 rupees per kg.

**8mm rod price per kg**

Generally price of 8mm rod will goes up and down, according to market condition and customers demand, on average price of 8mm rod is vary between 70 to 90 rupees per kg.

**12mm rod price per kg**

Generally price of 12mm rod will goes up and down, according to market condition and customers demand, on average price of 12mm rod is vary between 70 to 90 rupees per kg.

**12mm rod price per piece**

Generally price of 12mm rod will goes up and down, according to market condition and customers demand, on average price of 12mm rod of Tata tiscon per piece is about Rs. 815.

**How many kg is 12mm steel?**

The typical weight of a 12mm diameter steel rod is approximately **10.4 kg** per piece of 12 meter full length, or 0.89 kilograms per meter, or 0.27 kilograms per foot. 1 Bundle of 12 mm steel bar has 5 rods which weighs about 51 to 52kg. Approx 20 bundles of 12mm steel bars comes in 1 ton of steel.

**How many kg is 8mm steel?**

The typical weight of a 8mm diameter steel rod is approximately **4.6 kg** per piece of 12 meter full length, or 0. 395 kilograms per meter, or 0.12 kilograms per foot. 1 Bundle of 8 mm steel bar has 10 rods which weighs about 45 to 46kg. Approx 22 bundles of 8mm steel bars comes in 1 ton of steel.

**How many kg is 10mm steel?**

The typical weight of a 10mm diameter steel rod is approximately **7.1 kg** per piece of 12 meter full length, or 0.617 kilograms per meter, or 0.188 kilograms per foot. 1 Bundle of 10 mm steel bar has 7 rods which weighs about 49 to 50kg. Approx 20 bundles of 19mm steel bars comes in 1 ton of steel.

**How many kg is 16mm steel?**

The typical weight of a 16mm diameter steel rod is approximately **18.3 kg** per piece of 12 meter full length, or 1.58 kilograms per meter, or 0.48 kilograms per foot. 1 Bundle of 16 mm steel bar has 3 rods which weighs about 54 to 56kg. Approx 18 bundles of 16mm steel bars comes in 1 ton of steel.

**How many kg is 20mm steel?**

The typical weight of a 20mm diameter steel rod is approximately **30 kg** per piece of 12 meter full length, or 2.47 kilograms per meter, or 0.751 kilograms per foot. 1 Bundle of 20 mm steel bar has 2 rods which weighs about 58 to 60kg. Approx 17 bundles of 20mm steel bars comes in 1 ton of steel.

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The typical weight of 6mm steel bars is about **2.67kg** each, 8mm steel bars weigh **4.6 kg** each, 10mm steel bars weigh **7.1 kg** each, and 12mm steel bars weigh 10.667kg each.

Numbers of rods in each Bundle of different diameters can always be same or may vary / increase ?

Numbers of rods in each Bundle of different diameters can always be not same, it can very. Depends on location, brands and company

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Dear Sir. I need some details.. iam from hyderabad telangana,what is the steel rate .and how much steel required for 1 slab..900 sqft..18 mm..steel I required

Steel rate goes up and down, so it is better to contact local suppliers