- How much is a Type 1 bulk bag?
- How many bags of concrete do I need for 1 cubic meter?
- How big is a bulk bag?
- What is the difference between type1 and type 2 aggregate?
- How heavy is a bulk bag of type 1?
- How much area does a bulk bag cover?
- How many m3 are in a bulk bag?
- How many 25kg bags are in a bulk bag?
How much is a Type 1 bulk bag?
One bulk bag will cover approximately 8 square metres (coverage is calculated assuming a depth of 50mm).
Building materials are delivered usually on the same day as your patio/driveway products and are provided by a Simply Paving contracted merchant from your area..
How many bags of concrete do I need for 1 cubic meter?
In general for M25 Grade concrete, which is extensively used for RCC work, cement content of one cubic meter concrete ranges from 300 kg to 350 kg. Each bag of cement weighs 50 kg and so 6 to 7 bags is required for M25 Grade concrete.
How big is a bulk bag?
The answer is…. it can vary but most bulk bags (also known as dumpy bags, tonne bags and jumbo bags) will sit around 80cm to 90cm high and around 75cm to 85cm in width. Additionally they are often standing on a pallet which is normally around 1m2 with the pallet itself being around 9cm high.
What is the difference between type1 and type 2 aggregate?
Like Type 1 MOT, Type 2 MOT is an approved granular subbase material made of crushed stone such as limestone or granite with a size of 40 mm down to dust. The difference is that Type 2 MOT contains more dust than Type 1, being composed of fewer angular aggregate sizes (also known as scalpings).
How heavy is a bulk bag of type 1?
An ideal sub base for driveways, paths, patios and paving. Supplied in standard, cubic metre (m3) bulk bags. Approximate weight of 800kg. When working out quantities, each bag will cover approximately 14m2, when laid at 40mm deep.
How much area does a bulk bag cover?
As a rule of thumb 1 of our 25kg bags will cover an area of 0.25m to a recommended depth of 50mm. We also offer 855kg bulk bags.
How many m3 are in a bulk bag?
Also called “dumpy bags” or “bulk bags”, the most common size can hold about 0.7 cubic metres of logs which, being less dense than sand or gravel, will weigh considerably less than a ton.
How many 25kg bags are in a bulk bag?
If you still want to pay a fortune to buy your ballast in small bags get the 25kg ones and you will need approx 30 bags.