Weight Calculator

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Standard conversion factors
INCH = 25.4 MILLIMETRE
FOOT = 0.3048 METRE
YARD = 0.9144 METRE
MILE = 1.6093 KILOMETER
ACRE = 0.4047 HECTARE
POUND = 0.4536 KILOGRAM
DEGREE FARENHEIT X 5/9 – 32 = DEGREE CELSIUS
MILLIMETRE= 0.0394 INCH
METRE = 3.2808FOOT
METRE = 1.0936YARD

1) MILD STEEL (MS)
SHEET
WEIGHT (KGS) = LENGTH (MM) X WIDTH (MM) X 0. 00000785 X THICKNESS
example – The weight of MS Sheet of 1mm thickness and size 1250 MM X 2500 MM shall be
2500MM X 1250 MM X 0.00000785 X 1 = 24.53 KGS/ SHEET
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ROLLED STEEL CHANNELS
ROLLED STEEL CHANNELS

MS SQUARE
WEIGHT (KGS ) = WIDTH X WIDTH X 0.00000785 X LENGTH.
Example : A Square of size 25mm and length 1 metre then the weight shall be.
25x25X 0.00000785 X 1000mm = 4.90 kgs/metre

MS ROUND
WEIGHT (KGS ) = 3.14 X 0.00000785 X ((diameter / 2)X( diameter / 2)) X LENGTH.
Example : A Round of 20mm diameter and length 1 metre then the weight shall be.
3.14 X 0.00000785 X ((20/2) X ( 20/2)) X 1000 mm = 2.46 kgs / metre

SS ROUND
DIA (mm) X DIA (mm) X 0.00623 = WEIGHT PER METRE
SS / MS Pipe
OD ( mm) – W.Tthick(mm) X W.Thick (mm) X 0.0248 = Weight Per Metre
OD ( mm) – W.Tthick(mm) X W.Thick (mm) X 0.00756 = Weight Per Foot

SS / MS CIRCLE
DIA(mm) X DIA (mm) X THICK(mm) 0.0000063 = Kg Per Piece

SS sheet
Length (Mtr) X Width (Mtr) X Thick(mm) X 8 = Weight Per Piece
Length (ft) X Width (ft) X Thick(inch) X 3 /4 = Weight Per Piece

S.S HEXAGONAL BAR
DIA (mm) X DIA (mm) X 0.00680 = WT. PER Mtr
Dia (mm) X Dia (mm) X 0.002072 = Wt. Per foot.

BRASS SHEET
WEIGHT (KGS) = LENGTH (MM) X BREADTH (MM) X 0. 0000085 X THICKNESS
Example – The weight of brass sheet of thickness 1 mm, length 1220mm and breadth 355mm shall be
1220 X355X 0.0000085 X 1 = 3.68 Kgs/Sheet

COPPER SHEET
WEIGHT (KGS) = LENGTH (MM) X BREADTH (MM) X 0. 0000087 X THICKNESS
Example – The weight of coppper sheet of thickness 1 mm, length 1220mm and breadth 355mm shall be
1220X355 X 0.0000087 X 1 = 3.76 Kgs/Sheet

BRASS / COPPER PIPE
OD (mm) – THICK (mm) X THICK(mm) X 0.0260 = WEIGHT PER METRE

ALUMINUM SHEET
WEIGHT (KGS) = LENGTH (MM) X BREADTH (MM) X 0. 00000026 X THICKNESS
Example – The weight of Aluminum sheet of thickness 1 mm, length 2500mm and breadth 1250 mm shall be
2500x1250X 0.0000026 X 1 = 8.12 Kgs/Sheet

ALUMINIUM PIPE
OD (mm) – THICK(mm) X THICK(mm) X0.0083 = WEIGHT PER METRE

We are extremely thankful to Er. Harpal Aujla for sharing this on our site and thus helping civil engineering students.

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Comments
  • SALUNKE G.B. August 1, 2011 at 4:19 pm

    really great

  • Mohsin August 10, 2011 at 6:17 am

    how can we calculate the weight of 20 inches round(Dia) plate with height of 3 inches….

  • Anuradha C. Dixit August 17, 2011 at 4:47 am

    Hey Nice way to find out weight.
    great thanks.

  • Niyaz Pathan August 28, 2011 at 12:48 am

    Dear Sir,
    I want to know how can we calculate the weight of ms channel & angle with difference thicknesses (example : channel size – 150 x 75 x 6 thk x 8 thk, 10 thk, & angle size : 100 x 50 x 6 thk, 8 thk x 10 thk).

  • S R Joshi August 31, 2011 at 7:52 am

    How to find the Kg/mtr of MS Pipe of 300NB with 6mm Thick

  • Balasaheb Kaldate September 3, 2011 at 1:46 am

    How to found weight per rmt. of ISMC 150X50mm size

  • Mahaboob September 6, 2011 at 9:08 pm

    Ms,ss materials round bar,Hexagonal bar,octagonal bar, hallow pipes, round sheet, sq.sheets calculating formula detail

    • Akki gupta September 21, 2011 at 5:44 am

      To calculate the weight of steel bars:
      ROUND – dia.mm2 x 0.006165 = Weight in kilograms per metre
      ROUND – dia.mm2 x 0.004143 = Weight in lbs. per foot
      HEXAGON – size mm2 x 0.006798 = Weight in kilograms per metre
      HEXAGON – size mm2 x 0.00457 = Weight in lbs. per foot
      SQUARE – Size mm2 x 0.000785 = Weight in kilograms per metre
      SQUARE – Size mm2 x 0.00527 = Weight in lbs. per foot
      Feet to metres x 0.3048
      Metres to feet x 3.2809
      U.K. tons per sq. inch (tons f/in2) x 15.4443 = Mega Pascals (MPa)
      Mega Pascals (MPa) x 0.64749 = U.K. tons f per square inch
      Newton per sq. milimeter (N/mm2) x 0.064749 = U.K. tons per sq. inch

  • sanjay das September 8, 2011 at 7:22 am

    what is the weight of cr pipe, od 66o mm, thickness 5 mm, length 12000 mm

  • jayachandrakumar September 13, 2011 at 8:48 am

    please load bearing calculation for MS- C channel and MS-L channels.
    thanks

  • vinod September 16, 2011 at 7:35 am

    what is weight of 350x350mm square tube 16mm thickness 8.5mtrs. length

  • swapnil September 19, 2011 at 7:37 am

    what is formula of flange weight

  • NAKUL September 20, 2011 at 2:57 am

    THANKS

  • john September 21, 2011 at 3:45 am

    i want to convert the size to weight of crca sheet having 0.6mm thickness and having L*B 218mm*218mm.

  • kiran September 21, 2011 at 7:18 am

    Thank u very much…

  • khalil ahmad September 21, 2011 at 12:07 pm

    sir, i want to know the weight of 1cubic meter of 20 mm aggregate and sand.

  • Kshirsagar September 23, 2011 at 1:58 am

    How to calculate the weight of 1 meter of Aluminum round of dia 25 mm

  • Sylvester Tay September 23, 2011 at 11:58 pm

    DEAR SIR, CAN U TELL ME WHAT IS THE DENSITY OF 16MM PLYWOOD PER SQUARE METER

  • S.ANSARI September 25, 2011 at 3:09 am

    WE ARE LOOKING A WEIGHT CALCULATOR OF STAINLESS STEEL PLATE ,PIPE & ETC. PL. ARRANGE THE SAME.

  • Sachin Sharma September 26, 2011 at 8:33 am

    Please help me out ! how to calculate MS Square Tube weight / MTR.
    Regard’s.

  • ankur gaur October 1, 2011 at 3:00 am

    thanks for your specification

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