|Coverage Area (cu. ft.)||0.60 cu ft||Product Depth (in.)||19 in|
|Product Height (in.)||4.5 in||Product Length (in.)||17 in|
|Compression Strength (psi)||4000 psi||Concrete Mix Type||Ready Mix|
|Max. Cure Time (Days)||28 day||Max. Set Time (Hours)||72.00 hr|
|Min. Cure Time (Days)||7 day||Min. Set Time (Hours)||24.0 hr|
|Product Weight (lb.)||80 lb||Use Location||Floor|
|Working Time (min.)||60 min|
|Manufacturer Warranty||See Packaging|
A: An 80 lb bag of Quikrete Concrete Mix will yield approximately 0.60 ft3 of mixed concrete. For a 12 foot x 8 foot x 2 foot slab you will need 192 ft3 of concrete, so you will need approximately 320 bags of 80 lb Quikrete Concrete Mix. This estimation does not account for possible wastage or lost material, so it is always good to get a few extra bags. Our data sheet contains additional tips on how to successfully pour a slab and can be found at Quikrete.com
A: An 80 lb bag of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet when mixed per instructions. 46 bags at 80 lb each of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix will yield approximately 27.6 cubic feet or 1.02 cubic yards of mixed concrete. Yields will vary depending on waste, uneven subgrade, etc.
A: No, QUIKRETE Concrete Mix No. 1101 is not air entrained. QUIKRETE Crack Resistant Concrete Mix No. 1006, which has the same design strength as QUIKRETE Concrete Mix, is air entrained and also contains alkali-resistant glass fibers.
A: There are typically 42 bags of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix per pallet. Please contact your local Home Depot store for confirmation and for pricing.
Crack Resistant, Fast Setting, High-Strength
Concrete Mix Type
Bridge, Driveway, Sidewalks
Compression Strength (psi)
Working Time (min.)