What is the weight of one cubic yard of concrete depends on several factors like mix ratio, the density of its ingredients, RCC or PCC concrete and whether it is wet, dry or cured concrete.

The weight of a cubic yard of concrete can vary, but it’s usually around 4,050 pounds or 2.025 tons approximately, while a broken up concrete weighs about 2,025 pounds per yard. Keep in mind that the exact weight depends on the specific mix used in the concrete.

The weight of concrete varies based on its density. On average, concrete has a density of about 150 pounds per cubic foot. Therefore, the weights for the different volumes would be approximately:

● 2 cubic feet: 2 × 150 = 300 pounds

● 3 cubic feet: 3 × 150 = 450 pounds

● 4 cubic feet: 4 × 150 = 600 pounds

● 5 cubic feet: 5 × 150 = 750 pounds

● 6 cubic feet: 6 × 150 = 900 pounds

● 8 cubic feet: 8 × 150 = 1,200 pounds

● 9 cubic feet: 9 × 150 = 1,350 pounds

● 10 cubic feet: 10 × 150 = 1,500 pounds

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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Plain cement concrete and reinforced cement concrete used to form structural member of building like concrete floor slab, RCC footing, RCC beam, RCC column and RCC slab. Today concrete is used in various project in construction civil engineering, in construction industries, formation of commercial building, Apartment, high rise building, Bridge, dams, Reservoir, tunnels, etc.

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**What is the weight of a cubic yard of concrete**

A typical concrete weighs around 4,050 lbs per cubic yard, 150 lbs per cubic foot, 1.39 oz per cubic inch, 2.4 gram per cubic centimeter, 24 kN per cubic metre, 2.4 kg per litre, or 2400 kg per cubic metre.

The weight of one cubic yard of a solid slab of dry & cured concrete is typically about 4,050 pounds (or 2 tons approximately), while a broken up concrete weighs about 2,025 pounds per cubic yard (or 1 ton per yard). Likewise, a typical wet concrete is slightly heavier than dry concrete, while a bag concrete (80 lb) weighs about 3,600 pounds per cubic yard.

**Coverage & price of concrete per yard**

The average cost of concrete is typically about $125 per cubic yard, or it can be range between $110 and $165 per cubic yard and one cubic yard of concrete covers a 100 square foot area at a 3-inch deep.

**What is the weight of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, & 10 yards of concrete**

On an average, 2 yards of concrete weighs about 8,000 pounds (or 4 tons), whereas 3 yards of concrete weighs about 12,000 pounds (or 6 tons). Moreover, 4 yards of concrete weighs about 16,000 pounds (or 8 tons), whereas 5 yards of concrete weighs about 20,000 pounds (or 10 tons).

So, 1 cubic yard of concrete weighs 4050 pounds. If you break down the weight of the individual aggregates (cement, stone, and sand) in the concrete, you get the following weights:-517 pounds of cement /27 = 19 lbs per cubic foot, 1560 pounds of sand /27 = 58 lbs per cubic foot, and 1600 pounds of stone /27 = 59 lbs per cubic foot. It is equal 136 pounds per cubic foot for the dry aggregates, therefore dry weight of concrete per cubic foot is about 136 pounds.

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If water is mixed, in mixture of cement sand and aggregate, then their weight is known as wet weight, which is 14 lbs per cubic foot difference, therefore wet weight of concrete per cubic foot is about 150 pounds.

Keep in mind these “weights” are just a general description of a 3000 psi concrete mixture. Moisture content in the aggregates does play a part in figuring the overall weight also. But this should give you a basic idea of individual weight per cubic foot.

**The weight of concrete per cubic foot**

The weight of a cubic foot of dry and cured concrete is typically about 150 pounds, while a broken up concrete weighs about 75 pounds per cubic foot. Likewise, a bag concrete (80 lb) weighs about 133 pounds per cubic foot.

**What is the weight of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, & 10 cubic feet of concrete**

The weight of concrete is typically about 150 pounds per cubic foot, therefore the weight of 2 cubic feet of concrete is about 300 lbs, while the weight of 3 cubic feet of concrete is about 450 lbs. Likewise, the weight of 4 cubic feet of concrete is about 600 lbs, while the weight of 5 cubic feet of concrete is about 750 lbs. In addition, the weight of 6 cubic feet of concrete is about 900 lbs, while the weight of 7 cubic feet of concrete is about 1,050 lbs.

A cubic foot of typical concrete weighs about 150 pounds, therefore the weight of 8 cubic feet of concrete is about 1,200 lbs, while the weight of 9 cubic feet of concrete is about 1,350 lbs. Likewise, the weight of 10 cubic feet of concrete is about 1,550 lbs.

**Conclusion:**

The weight of a cubic yard of concrete is typically about 4,050 pounds (or 2 tons approximately), while a broken up concrete weighs about 2,025 pounds per cubic yard (or 1 ton per yard).