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Calculator of aerated concrete and building silicate blocks

The units of measurement are millimeters. Block length mm Aerated concrete block
The units of measurement are millimeters. Block width mm
The units of measurement are millimeters. Block height mm
The weight of 1 cubic meter of material.
Units of measurement - kilogram per cubic meter.
Density (D)
The perimeter of the building is the sum of the length of all the walls required for calculation. The example shows a perimeter of 30 meters, for a house of 7 * 8 meters (7+7+8+8=30).
Units of measurement are meters.
Total length of all walls (perimeter)
If the height of the walls is different, you must specify the average height (the sum of the height of all walls divided by the number of walls). For example, if the height of two walls is 350 centimeters, and the other two are 250 centimeters each, you must specify 300 centimeters ((350+250)/2=300).
The units of measurement are centimeters.
The height of the walls at the corners
The thickness of the walls is indicated without taking into account the insulation and cladding materials, and most often depends on the height of the building, the necessary heat-saving characteristics and the strength of concrete.
Half block = block width,
1 = block length,
1.5 = width+block length,
2 = two block lengths.
Wall thickness
Wall thickness
The thickness of the mortar depends on the geometry of the building blocks - the smoother the geometric dimensions of the blocks, the smaller the thickness of the mortar layer.
The units of measurement are millimeters.
The thickness of the concrete mortar in the masonry
Optional parameter. Construction masonry mesh
Optional parameter.
Units of measurement - $.
Price per 1 m3
Perimeter of the building 30 meters
Total masonry area 90 m2
Wall thickness 300 mm
Quantityblocks 674 pcs
Total weight blocks 9712.41 kg
Total volume blocks 24.28 m3
Quantity blocks in a cube 27.8 pcs/m3
Total cost of blocks 0 $
Quantity of mortar for the entire masonry 1.76 m3
Approximate weight of the solution 3350.48 kg
Estimated wall height with seams 295 cm
Number of rows blocks including seams 14 rows
Number of masonry mesh 428.6 meters
Approximate weight of finished walls 13063 kg
The load on the foundation from the walls 1.45 kg/cm2

Information on the purpose of the calculator

The online calculator of aerated concrete blocks is designed to perform calculations of building materials necessary for the construction of walls of houses, garages, utility rooms and other premises. The calculations can take into account the dimensions of the gables of the building, door and window openings, as well as related materials, such as mortar and masonry mesh. Be careful when filling in the data, pay special attention to the units of measurement.

When filling in the data, pay attention to additional information with the sign Additional information

Aerated concrete blocks are one of the types of cellular concrete, with air pores evenly distributed throughout the volume. The more evenly such pores are distributed, the higher the quality of the concrete itself.

The production of aerated concrete in the factory is a rather complex process. In addition to cement and sand, chemical gas-forming additives are used in production, the amount of which must be calculated with very high accuracy. After all the components are mixed, the whole array of aerated concrete is poured into special molds in which it increases in volume due to the release of gases.

The main feature of cellular concrete production is the hardening of poured concrete under pressure, in special autoclave chambers. This is necessary so that the air pores are evenly distributed throughout the volume. Production of high-quality aerated concrete is impossible without such chambers. After gaining the necessary strength, the entire array is cut into blocks of the required sizes.

Before buying aerated concrete blocks, it is necessary to calculate their number on the calculator as accurately as possible, so that you do not have to overpay for extra material.

As well as other types of blocks, aerated concrete is divided by density into:

Due to its characteristics, such as low weight, good thermal insulation, ease of mechanical processing, aerated concrete blocks are a very popular building material, and continue to rapidly gain it. But do not forget that good thermal insulation of this material is achieved only if all the rules of construction of aerated concrete blocks are observed, such as laying on special masonry glue, additional protection from precipitation, good hydro and vapor barrier, as well as the correct calculation of the required wall thickness, depending on the weather conditions of each specific region.

The disadvantages of this material include:

When choosing a material for building a house, be sure to consult with independent experts in your region. Do not believe loud advertising statements.

The following is a complete list of calculations performed with a brief description of each item. If you have not found an answer to your question, you can contact us by feedback.

General information on the results of calculations

In order to calculate blocks for partitions, you need to start a new calculation and specify the length of only all partitions, the thickness of the walls in half the block, as well as other necessary parameters.
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