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Question How to calculate cement and sand quantities in cement mortar
As 1:1,1:2,1:4,1:6 ?
 Question Asked At :: simplex, no, knk nextgen, kerakoll india pvt ltd, bossglobal group
 Question Submitted By :: banmayank
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Say cement sand ratio is 1:6
calculate the quantity of mortar in 1m2 of brickwork, say
it is 0.01912.
just devide by the ratio considering 60% for wastage, say
0.01912/1*0.6=0.01147 volume of cement in the mortar.
Divide the total volume of cement by 0.0345 which s the
volume of 1 bag, say 0.01147/0.0345=0.33257/m2*number of
m2, say 100m2=34bags.

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