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SAKRETE

Model # 65200940

Internet # 100321247

Store SKU # 666249

60 lb. Gray Concrete Mix

$3.15 / each
If you buy 112 or more
$2.52 / each
  • Just add water
  • For construction, repairs and DIY projects
  • 1 bag yields .45 cubic feet with 3 qts (2.8 L) of water

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Model # 65200940

Internet # 100321247

Store SKU # 666249

SAKRETE 60 lb. Concrete Mix can be used for pouring slabs, anchoring posts and setting footings. This concrete mix reaches up to 4,000 psi for extra strength. Exceeds ASTM spec C 387.

  • Suitable for jobs that require at least 2 in. of concrete thickness
  • Great for setting footings, pouring slabs and anchoring posts and poles
  • Just add water
  • Poly-lined bags
  • Approximate 45-minute working time
  • 4,000 psi
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
17.5 
Product Height (in.) 
4.5 
Product Length (in.) 
15 
Details
Color Family 
Gray 
Compression strength (psi) 
4000 
Material 
Concrete 
Mix Type 
All-Purpose 
Overhead Use 
No 
Product Weight (lb.) 
60 lb 
Working time (min.) 
45 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 YR 

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How many bags

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How many bags do I need to pour a 144 square foot area, 6 inches thick?
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How manny bags i need for slab 32square foot area ,6 '' thick??
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August 3, 2015
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It will take 160 of the 60lb bags of Concrete Mix to fill this area.
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August 3, 2015
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It would take approximately 160 bags to fill an area of that size and depth. If you go to www.Sakrete.com, you can use the online calculator to determine how many bags it would take for your next project.
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August 2, 2015
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You will need 160 bags of this size for your project.
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What is the difference between concrete and mortor

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April 18, 2016
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Thanks for your question. Concrete is a mixture of sand, portland cement, and gravel. Concrete is mixed with a low water to cement ratio and is used in structural projects such as foundations, patios, driveways, etc.. Mortar is made from sand and masonry cement. Mortar is used to hold building materials such as brick or stone together on wall applications.
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Thanks for your question. Concrete is a mixture of sand, cement, water and gravel. Concrete is mixed with a low water to cement ratio and is used in structural projects such as foundations, walls and beams. foundations. Similar to concrete, mortar is made from sand, cement and water. However, mortar does not contain any rock or gravel. Mortar is used to hold building materials such as brick or stone Read More
Thanks for your question. Concrete is a mixture of sand, cement, water and gravel. Concrete is mixed with a low water to cement ratio and is used in structural projects such as foundations, walls and beams. foundations. Similar to concrete, mortar is made from sand, cement and water. However, mortar does not contain any rock or gravel. Mortar is used to hold building materials such as brick or stone together. Read Less
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April 3, 2016
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Concrete is used to build (things like buildings, foundation, roads) and is extremely durable. Mortar is used to bind bricks and stones together and is not as strong.
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with 60 lbs bags sackcrete i need pour slab 18'x4'x4" how many bags do i need

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It will take 54 of the 60 lb bags of concrete mix to fill that area.
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Luckily, the concrete bag has a chart for how much you need right on the back. See my attached picture. From their chart for a 4" slab, you are doing 72 square feet and according to the chart, you need 3 bags for ever 4 square feet. That would be 54 bags according to the chart. If I needed 54 bags, I would just ask for a loaded pallet that has 56 bags, that way a forklift will load the entire pallet all Read More
Luckily, the concrete bag has a chart for how much you need right on the back. See my attached picture. From their chart for a 4" slab, you are doing 72 square feet and according to the chart, you need 3 bags for ever 4 square feet. That would be 54 bags according to the chart. If I needed 54 bags, I would just ask for a loaded pallet that has 56 bags, that way a forklift will load the entire pallet all at once and save you the trouble of loading them one bag at a time. Read Less
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Can this be used in place of Portland cement?

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It can be used.
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April 22, 2016
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Portland cement is one component of concrete mix. You cannot use Portland cement by itself. You would need to mix it with sand and gravel to make concrete mix. For example: 1 part Portland Cement, 2 parts sand, 3 parts gravel will give you a basic concrete mix.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 43 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mixes Nicely I really assumed all bags of pre-mixed concrete were pretty much the same until my latest project where I have been mixing a lot of Sakrete bags using my mixer. The difference was noticed late one day when I ran out of the Sakrete and picked up some bags of Quickrete from a local hardware store to finish the day's pour. That was when I found out how much better Sakrete mixed together in the mixer. The substitute bags did not mix together nearly as smooth and it stuck to the sides of the mixer, the wheel barrel and shovel a lot more than Sakrete. Now I know, go figure. April 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for a retaining wall We are using the 60lb bags to build a retaining wall for our orchard. We stack them, pound them level and stack some more. Up here in the great PNW the rain does the rest. It sets up very nicely and does the job of holding back the earth. In fact, we damaged one bag with our excavator (after the bag had set) and the wall held together even with the damaged bag. We did replace the damaged bag (which meant removing 12 bags) but it was no easy job to get the wall to give us back the damaged bag after it had set up. So this is a great way to build a very sturdy retaining wall. We plan to continue using Sakrete because of the value and it does the job we need it to do. March 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best product for all of your retaining wall needs. There is absolutely no reason to buy any retaining wall product except for Sakrete. They are easy to work with, handle and stack. There is no cutting away to make room for a drain pipe. The bags contour around all of your drain pipes to form an excellent and tight seal without sacrificing rigidity and strength. The bags can follow a straight line or curve to contour the lay of the land. One product does it all. No need for multiple shapes and lengths. Leveling is a snap because you pound them they way you want it to be thus allowing maximum flexibility in your project. Sakrete allows you to be creative and control the project rather than the product controlling you. Once set, I had the opportunity to use a soil compactor (Jumping Jack Compactor) and it formed a solid wall that holds back the earth. With all of the shaking and pounding, it was obvious that this wall is not going anywhere. March 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best cement ever I love this concrete mix, helps my hillside and road stay where they each belong March 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Stuff I've used this for years on almost all of my concrete jobs; porches, patios, walkways, footings, piers. Easy to work with. A little extra tamping gets a good amount of finish material. Makes 1/2 cubic foot per bag. 1 bag & 1 gallon of water makes a perfect mix. I do 4 at a time in my mixer. April 15, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great service and product For my project I used about 62 bags. Store employees loaded me up each visit with a smile. Product worked and mixed great. I'm very happy with HD September 20, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Conrete for fence Works great for holding up my fence posts. Randall June 16, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gray concrete mix Found mixture ratio between cement and rocks uneven beween each bag. May 19, 2015
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