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94 lb. Portland Cement

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

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 mixes. QUIKRETE 94 lb. Portland Cement is a commercial grade cement that can handle any number of heavy applications, including structural construction and repair.
  • Mix with all purpose gravel and sand to make concrete mix
  • Is also use to make stuccos and mortars
  • 60-minute working time
  • Meets the requirements of ASTM C150
  • Recommended drain: K-7272 or K-7271
  • Learn more about concrete and cement here in our Buying Guide
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (cu. ft.)
3
Product Depth (in.)
20
Product Height (in.)
3.5
Product Length (in.)
15.5

Details

Color Family
Gray
Compression Strength (psi)
0
Features
Crack Resistant
Material
Cement
Product Weight (lb.)
94
Use Location
Floor
Working Time (min.)
60

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See packaging

Questions & Answers

89Questions14Answers

How long of dry time do I need for 1" thickness in 15 sq ft and can it be used for shower pan floor?

Asked by 2guns February 23, 2021
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Answer

Portland cement should not be used without aggregate to make a rigid surface. It will be brittle and have very little strength. QUIKRETE® Sand/Topping Mix (No.1103), in conjunction with QUIKRETE® Concrete Acrylic Fortifier (No.8610) replacing half of the required water content, is the combination of products recommended for a shower pan or a mortar bed for shower base or bathtub installation. ANSI 108.1 provides application and material requirements for shower pans and bathtubs. It is critical that the subfloor / structure underneath be rigid. Bathtubs require secure and adequate support because of the combined weight of the tub, person, and water. Please consult and follow local building /plumbing code requirements.

sacks does it take to make 1 yard of concrete

Asked by Valdemar November 18, 2020
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Answers

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.

4 foot by 8ft slab 4inches thick How many 94# bags of portland will i need to do it!

Asked by Richard November 9, 2020
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Answer

The amount of Portland cement necessary will depend on the mix design you use. If using the standard 1:2:3 proportion of cement to sand to gravel, each 94-pound bag of cement can be used for 6 cubic feet of concrete. A 4’ by 8’ pour at 4” thick will require 10-2/3 cubic feet of concrete, or 2 batches as described. Yields will vary with waste, uneven subgrade, etc.

thin layer over concrete floors

Asked by BARNEY October 15, 2020
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Answers

QUIKRETE Portland Cement should be blended with aggregates prior to use. Depending on your desired thin layer, a variety of options are available. Please contact our customer support representatives at 800-282-5828 or online via LiveChat at www.quikrete.com for product selection advice.

Bag dimensions =. 20 x 3.5 x 15.5. Inches. How do they get a cubic foot from these bag dimensi...

Asked by Tex August 17, 2020
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Answers

The density of portland cement 94 pounds per cubic foot. The bags are sized to accommodate this mass.

what kind of sand is needed to be mixed with this for stucco applications

Asked by goat August 12, 2020
1
Answer

To make stucco, you will need to blend 1 Part QUIKRETE ® Portland Cement with 1/2 parts Hydrated Lime Type S (meeting ASTM C206 / C207) and 4-1/2 to 6 parts Plaster Sand (meeting ASTM C897). Alternately, we provide a preblended Scratch & Brown Base Coat Stucco which has these materials already blended in the correct proportions.

Portland is a hydraulic cement. Can I use this product to repair cracks in a cement pond that has...

Asked by LEW July 1, 2020
1
Answer

QUIKRETE® Portland Cement can be blended with construction grade sand to repair cracks in an adequately prepared concrete substrate.

I am going to do a slap of cement of 19x6x4 how much of portland (94lb) do I need. Using ratio of...

Asked by Pearl June 28, 2020
1
Answer

Each 94-pound bag of Portland cement, when used in the recommended 1:2:3 volumetric ratio, will generate approximately 4 cubic feet of mixed concrete. For an area of 19 feet by 6 feet at 4” thick, you will need 38 cubic feet of concrete, or 10 94-pound bags of cement. Yields will vary with waste, uneven subgrade, etc.

can I use Portland Cement to patch holes in pond?

Asked by Shawn June 21, 2020
1
Answer

Portland cement by itself has very little strength. It must be blended with aggregate to develop strength. A blend of portland cement with sand can be used to patch holes in a pond.

I want to make flower pots. Is this all I will need, if not what else do I need and the ratio?

Asked by Flo June 4, 2020
2
Answers

I would call Tech Support at Quickcrete.

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Customer Reviews

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by Franklinpolanco
It is cement , mix it with stone , sand and water get concrete.
It is cement , mix it with stone , sand and water get concrete.
by JerseyLou
I started using this product to construct dirt-Crete for a block fence that I’m making, instead o...
I started using this product to construct dirt-Crete for a block fence that I’m making, instead of purchasing premix. My workshop is the back portion of a 1-car garage; so space is limited. The Portland mixes very well with water and becomes fully integrated with the sand, gravel, and clay. I’m glad with the results so far.
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Easy to work with. If mixed well it produces...
Easy to work with. If mixed well it produces great castings.
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The cement cracked up on me...
The cement cracked up on me
by XAVIER
Needed it for some cement experiments with other...
Needed it for some cement experiments with other materials worked great wanna try the white version next
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Great price and the usual good quality. I use in...
Great price and the usual good quality. I use in conjunction with lyme and sand to make pointing mortar and new chimney caps.
by ROBERT
Yes it is Portland cement....
Yes it is Portland cement.
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