How Much Sand and Cement Do I Need?


The amount of sand and cement you need may vary in whatever you are planning to use it for. Other factors that may affect the amount of sand and cement you may need for a project would include the type of structure, the size of the planned project and environmental conditions. For more details, you may click this link: http://itacanet.org/eng/matcon/concrete/conintro.pdf
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The mixing ratio of cement to sand when building is 1:2 or 1:3.The 1:2 and 1:3 ratio will yield concrete with about a 3500 pound per square inch compression stress and 3000 PSI respectively.
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