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94 lb. Portland Cement

  • Mix with all purpose sand and gravel to make concrete
  • Also used for mortar and base coat stucco mixes
  • Meets the requirments of ASTM C150

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QUIKRETE 94 lb. Portland Cement is a high strength cement designed for a number of different applications. It can be mixed with aggregate to make base-coat stucco, concrete and mortar. QUIKRETE 94 lb. Portland Cement is a commercial grade cement that can handle any number of heavy applications; including structural construction and repair.

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need to mix 1 cu yd concrete how many 94 lb bags do need have sand &gravel

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August 27, 2016
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I read your question wrong and gave a bad answer 1st try!. Sorry. But you really need to decide how strong your concrete needs to be to decide how much cement to buy. A strong cubic yard would probably require 8 bags of cement and 16 cubic feet of sand plus 8 cubic ft of gravel, plus about 7 gallons of water. Less water makes for stronger final product. Less cement makes for a less strong product.
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27 /each 94 lb bag = 1 cubic ft., so 27 cu.ft. in cubic yard (3x3x3)
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December 12, 2013
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To get 1 cubic yard of concrete using the ratio of 1 part Portland, to 2 parts concrete sand, to 3 parts gravel by VOLUME, approximately the following would be required: 570 pounds QUIKRETE Portland (~6-94 lb bags), 1212 pounds QUIKRETE All Purpose Sand (~12 ¼-`100 lb bags), 1818 pounds QUIKRETE All Purpose Gravel (~18 1/4 -100 lb bags) for a total of 3600 pounds of dry material. These are estimates, and Read More
To get 1 cubic yard of concrete using the ratio of 1 part Portland, to 2 parts concrete sand, to 3 parts gravel by VOLUME, approximately the following would be required: 570 pounds QUIKRETE Portland (~6-94 lb bags), 1212 pounds QUIKRETE All Purpose Sand (~12 ¼-`100 lb bags), 1818 pounds QUIKRETE All Purpose Gravel (~18 1/4 -100 lb bags) for a total of 3600 pounds of dry material. These are estimates, and will vary based upon waste, uneven subgrade, etc. Read Less
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I am pouring a 15' by 15' slab, three inches deep, 225 cubic feet. How many of the 94 lb. bags will I need?

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U have 2.08 cu yds vol.(15x15x.25/27)= approx 12+ bags
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I want to step outside the house.

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I want to step outside the house. What you need to add pieces of sand and gravel as parts? Thank you
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August 14, 2015
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Hello Koven.
The standard concrete mix is 1 part Portland Cement to 2 parts sand and 3 parts gravel.
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why is it that I cannot get this in Ca?

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Both Lowes and Home Depot are not offering this in my area. 92570 or anywhere near. I was looking to make pots for plants and got a cool craft idea from a website called 33 shades of green, and also Martha Stewart. Now I cannot do this without this one product. I do not want to have to buy sand and rocks also :(
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. I believe it would be best to reach out to the manufacturer for assistance. The manufacturer is Quikrete, their customer service department can be reached at 800-282-5828. Please contact us with any additional questions at 800-430-3376 or homedepot.com. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product I have used a lot of this over the year's and it is outstanding. Just note that this is used to MAKE CONCRETE. The bags weigh a ton and add up real fast in your truck August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Used to make concret I used this product & a 1/3 yard power mixer to mix concrete for a garage floor. I used the 1-2-3 ratio but it was to much gravel for what I was after (also depends on your gravel size I used small P gravel) I changed to a 1-2-2 mix (1-part Cement 2 -parts play Sand 2-parts P-Gravel by volume) and it was very easy to work and trowel to get a good finish my forms were 3'x6' 4" deep. For a DIY person the MAIN & MOST important thing to watch is the amount of water. A VERY small amount will give a good mix (it will look dry and crumbly) but once worked it turns out perfect. I used this over 5 years ago and it still looks new-No cracks, No shrinking, Great Product!!! September 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by portland cement I recently retiled my entrance foyer outside, I needed to use cement to fasten the tiles and the portland cement i selected was perfect and i haven't regretted it since. It was perfect and I get nothing but "good job" from friends. October 31, 2009
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This product can be formed into a multitude of shapes. Great product, no lumps or hard areas in the portland, plus wife is still able to lift one bag at a time which helps me a lot. August 15, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good this works very well for mortar and such March 21, 2009
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