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Online calculator of the number of building ceramic blocks

Choose the brick sizes. If the required dimensions are not in the list, you can enter your own dimensions.
The units of measurement are millimeters.
Size (L*W*H) or the type of block
mm Ceramic block
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 equal to 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.
Wall height
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 the bricks themselves.
Half a block = block width,
1 block = two block widths,
1.5 blocks = three block widths,
2 blocks = four block widths.
Wall thickness
Wall thickness
The thickness of the mortar depends on the type of brickwork, as well as on the geometry of the material - the smoother the geometric dimensions of the brick, 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 piece
Optional parameter.
Units of measurement are kilograms.
Weight of 1 block
Number of ceramic blocks 1409 pcs
Total volume of ceramic blocks 39.34 m3
The perimeter of the building 30 meters
Total masonry area 90 m2
Wall thickness 510 mm
Weight of 1 block 20.7 kg
Total weight of ceramic blocks 29162.18 kg
Number of ceramic blocks in a cube 35.8 pcs/m3
Quantity of concrete mortar for the entire masonry 2.81 m3
Approximate weight of concrete mortar 5333.03 kg
Optimal wall height 298.7 cm
Number of rows of blocks with seams 13 rows
Number of construction masonry mesh 98.3 meters
Approximate weight of finished walls 34495 kg
The load on the foundation from the walls 0.23 kg/cm2

Information on the purpose of the calculator

The online calculator for calculating ceramic blocks is designed to calculate the required number and volume of ceramic blocks with the specified parameters of external walls. The calculator will automatically calculate the required amount of mortar and dry masonry glue, the amount of masonry mesh and the load on the foundation. The calculation is made using the most popular sizes of ceramic blocks, such companies as Porotherm, PORIKAM, RAUF, Poromax and other manufacturers.

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

Clay has been used by people as a building material throughout the existence of human civilization. And today this material, which has excellent qualities, is relevant for use for these purposes.

Red or clay brick is a very prestigious material, since houses made of it have been standing for centuries and have long retained the strength of the structure, and its original shape and dimensions. Today clay is used to create new building materials. Such material is ceramic blocks.

Ceramic blocks are considered a relatively new material. They appeared about three decades ago. Their advantages are the same as those of the original natural materials. Excellent thermal insulation qualities, simple technology of use and high masonry speed quickly gained popularity among builders. The material has the same best qualities as red clay bricks.

Ceramic blocks have a porous structure, and just like red bricks, they can absorb and give off moisture, creating an optimal microclimate inside the room.

The manufacturing technology of ceramic blocks is as follows: clay is mixed with sawdust in a certain proportion calculated automatically. Then blocks are formed from this mixture, which in turn are fired in a furnace at a temperature reaching 1000 ° C. During firing, the sawdust burns out completely, leaving small pores in its place.

It is these pores that make ceramic blocks such an excellent heat insulator. But this material not only retains the internal heat of the house, but also absorbs the heat of the sun, and then gradually all the accumulated heat is given into the room. In a house made of ceramic blocks, it is warm in winter and cool in summer, besides, the material is capable of absorbing excess moisture from the air, giving it back to the room in a drier climate, maintaining the humidity balance at the proper level.

The laying of ceramic blocks is no more complicated than that of ordinary bricks.

But only experienced masons will be able to achieve good results in this matter and a beautiful appearance of the finished wall. And instead of the usual cement mortar, it is more desirable to use a special masonry glue. In this case, the heat loss of the finished walls will be much lower.

The following is a complete list of calculations performed with a brief description of each item.

General information on the results of calculations

To calculate the 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 of the block, as well as other necessary parameters.
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