Brick reference Tables

The tables ~ above this web page are just for reference. The very first shows just how the brick dimension varies the brick per square foot and also the number of masonry bags required for a job. The 2nd table reflects the ratios of bricks come sand and also bricks come PROSOCO"s SureKlean.

The table below is a device for estimating the number of bricks required for a job. Because that example, if you room using King size brick on 1000 square feet, your calculation would be 1000 * 4.7 = 4700 bricks for the job.


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The variety of masonry cement bags will then be 470/1000*6 = 2.82 bags.

Brick and Masonry Cement Table Brick type Brick dimension Bricks/sq.ft. stonework Cement essential (bags/1000 bricks) Modular 7 5/8x2 1/4x3 5/8 7 7 big John 8 5/8x2 5/8x 2 5/8 5.3 6 King size 9 5/8x2 5/8x2 5/8 4.7 6 Queen size 8 x2 3/4x 3 5.5 6 Paving Brick 4x8x2 1/4(layed flat) 4.5 5 Princess dimension 8 3/4x2 3/4x3 5.0 6 Standard size 8x2 1/4x3 5/8 6.5 7

Ratios because that Brick come Sand and also PROSOCO"s SureKlean 1000 Brick 1 yard of Sand 1500 Brick 1 Gallon the SureKlean

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