**Cement Weight to Volume Converter **

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## How to calculate volume of cement?

To calculate the volume of cement from weight, we need to know density of cement. The standard density of cement is usually taken as 1440 kg/m³. Now, let us calculate the volume of cement step by step.

Let us we have 100 kg of cement for which we have to calculate volume.

Now, the formula is,

**Step1:-** Formula:

Volume = Mass / Density

We have,

Mass of cement: 100 kg

Density of cement: 1440 kg/m³

**Step2:-** Calculate Volume:

Volume = 100 kg / 1440 kg/m³

**Volume ≈ 0.0694 m³**

Hence, 100 kg of cement has a volume of approximately 0.0694 cubic meters.

## How to calculate volume of 1 bag cement?

To calculate the volume of cement from weight, we need to know density of cement. The standard density of cement is usually taken as 1440 kg/m³. Now, let us calculate the volume of cement step by step.

Let us we have 1 bags of cement for which we have to calculate volume.

Now, the formula is,

**Step1:- Formula:**

Volume = Mass / Density

We have,

Mass of cement: 1 bags i.e 50 kg

Density of cement: 1440 kg/m³

**Step2:- Calculate Volume:**

Volume = 50 kg / 1440 kg/m³

**Volume ≈ 0.0347 m³**

Hence, 50 kg of cement has a volume of approximately 0.0347 cubic meters.

## Volume of 1 cement bag in cubic feet

To calculate the volume of cement from weight, we need to know density of cement. The standard density of cement is usually taken as 1440 kg/m³. Now, let us calculate the volume of cement step by step.

Let us we have 1 bags of cement for which we have to calculate volume.

Now, the formula is,

**Step1:- Formula:**

Volume = Mass / Density

We have,

Mass of cement: 1 bags i.e 50 kg

Density of cement: 1440 kg/m³

**Step2:- Calculate Volume:**

Volume = 50 kg / 1440 kg/m³

Volume ≈ 0.0347 m³

Hence, 50 kg of cement has a volume of approximately 0.0347 cubic meters.

If you want to convert in cubic feet then multiply above value by 35.315. You will get **approx. 1.236 Cubic foot of cement**

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