Model # 65200940

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Store SKU #666249

SAKRETE 60 lb. Gray Concrete Mix
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SAKRETE

60 lb. Gray Concrete Mix

  • Just add water
  • For construction, repairs and DIY projects
  • 1 bag yields .45 cu. ft. with 2.5 Qt. (2.8 L) of water
$3.45 / each
If you buy 56 or more
$2.42 / each
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Product Overview

  • Just add water
  • For construction, repairs and DIY projects
  • 1 bag yields .45 cu. ft. with 2.5 Qt. (2.8 L) of water
SAKRETE 60 lb. High Strength Concrete Mix is a high-quality mix designed to provide outstanding strength and durability. Made from a special blend of sand, coarse aggregate and cementitious materials, this concrete mix can be used for new construction or repairs where concrete thickness exceeds 2 in. (51 mm). Use it for constructing slabs, driveways, walkways, steps and more.
  • Use for: driveways, patios, foundations walls and footings, curbs, stairs and structural applications requiring a small volume of concrete
  • Also great for setting footings, pouring slabs and anchoring posts and poles
  • Suitable for jobs that require at least 2 in. of concrete thickness
  • Just add water
  • High strength 4,000 psi
  • Yield: .45 cu. ft.
  • Exceeds ASTM spec C 387 compressive strength requirements
  • Learn more about concrete and cement here in our Buying Guide
  • Note: product availability may vary by store



Product Overview

  • Just add water
  • For construction, repairs and DIY projects
  • 1 bag yields .45 cu. ft. with 2.5 Qt. (2.8 L) of water
Model #: 65200940
Sku #: 666249
Internet #: 100321247

SAKRETE 60 lb. High Strength Concrete Mix is a high-quality mix designed to provide outstanding strength and durability. Made from a special blend of sand, coarse aggregate and cementitious materials, this concrete mix can be used for new construction or repairs where concrete thickness exceeds 2 in. (51 mm). Use it for constructing slabs, driveways, walkways, steps and more.

  • Use for: driveways, patios, foundations walls and footings, curbs, stairs and structural applications requiring a small volume of concrete
  • Also great for setting footings, pouring slabs and anchoring posts and poles
  • Suitable for jobs that require at least 2 in. of concrete thickness
  • Just add water
  • High strength 4,000 psi
  • Yield: .45 cu. ft.
  • Exceeds ASTM spec C 387 compressive strength requirements
  • Learn more about concrete and cement here in our Buying Guide
  • Note: product availability may vary by store



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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (cu. ft.)
.45
Product Depth (in.)
17.5
Product Height (in.)
4.5
Product Length (in.)
15

Details

Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Gray
Compression strength (psi)
4000
Features
Pre-Mixed,Stainable
Material
Concrete
Mix Type
All-Purpose
Overhead Use
No
Product Weight (lb.)
60lb
Use Location
Floor,Wall
Working time (min.)
45

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 YR

Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (cu. ft.)
.45
Product Depth (in.)
17.5
Product Height (in.)
4.5
Product Length (in.)
15

Details

Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Gray
Compression strength (psi)
4000
Features
Pre-Mixed,Stainable
Material
Concrete
Mix Type
All-Purpose
Overhead Use
No
Product Weight (lb.)
60lb
Use Location
Floor,Wall
Working time (min.)
45

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 YR

Questions & Answers

how many bags is needed for a 9' X 16' X 2" thick slap

how many bags is needed for a 9' X 16' X 2" thick slap
Asked by: Jose
According to the online concrete calculator you can find here: http://www.calculator.net/concrete-calculator.html?slablength=9&slablengthunit=foot&slabwidth=16&slabwidthunit=foot&slabthick=2&slabthickunit=inch&slabquantity=1&slabcal=Calculate, you will need approximately 53.2 60 pound or 39.9 80 pound bags. I used this calculator in order to determine how many bags I needed for another slab and it is pretty accurate.
Answered by: Berlly
Date published: 2018-04-03

How many bags for a 2x2x4

Asked by: Fred
If any of the measurements are in inches this is the wrong concrete, this concrete needs to be used with 3 1/2 " thick applications or more, if feet, you need to reinforce with rebar or metal. Its a 37 bags if you mix and pour
Answered by: DMiami
Date published: 2018-02-12

How many bags

How many bags do I need to pour a 144 square foot area, 6 inches thick?
Asked by: Manny
How many bags do I need to fill a hole 24 inches deep buy 18 inches wide?
Answered by: Ed
Date published: 2016-09-01

how many bags of 60lbs I need for a 12"x48" concrete tube?

how many bags do I need to fill a cardboard concrete tube 12"x48"? I'm cutting 6" off, so it will be 12"x42" I need to know how many bags should I buy to fill up to the top. It's for a deck post. Thank you.
Asked by: eMusic
Here's the hard way & the easy way to figure this out . . . The Hard Way (necessary if you do this for a living and/or it's a big job): I assume that by "tube", you mean a round pipe/cylinder shaped object. If so, you have to use the "π r 2" (Pi-R-Square) formula to figure out the area/volume first of the circle. Since the diameter is 12", half of that (the radius) is 6". When you "square" something, you multiply it by itself, so 6 x 6 = 36. Pi is equal to 3.1416, so now you multiply 36 x 3.1416 = 113.0976, which you should round off to 113 even. That's how many square inches are in a 12" circle. Now you have to change this from area to volume, so since the tube is 48"L, multiply 113 x 48 = and you get 5,424. A square foot is 12 x 12 = 144 inches (area), but a cubic foot (volume) is 12 (width) x 12 (length) x 12 (depth) = 1,728 cubic inches. Think of a box that's 12 inches on all sides. Now divide 5,424 by 1,728 = 3.1388, which you should round off to 3.14 (almost the same as the Pi formula, just coincidence). So you now know you have 3.14 cubic feet of space to fill, and being a cylinder, there should very little waste, i.e., just what you spill filling it. A 60# bag of Sakrete yields just under one-half of a cubic foot, actually 0.45/CF, so divide 3.14 by 0.45 = 6.97 bags needed, rounded up is 7 bags, and I would buy 1 extra for spillage since it's so close to 7. You can always return it within 90 days if in good resaleable order. The Easy Way: It's important to know how to do these calculations if you do this for a living rather than rely on a computer or calculator so you can double check things, but if you're a DIY person doing a DIY job, do it the easy way --- go to Google & enter the search phrase "calculate volume of a cylinder" and it will give you a calculator to use. Once you find out that figure, you can skip a lot of the math above & then simply divide that figure by 1,728 to see how many cubic feet of concrete you need. Also note that there are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard, which is how concrete companies sell ready mixed concrete. Most companies won't deliver unless you buy at least 3 yds, some require more than that, which is why Sakrete is in business for the small & DIY jobs. We pros use this product quite a bit to create HVAC pads and fill in slab holes we cut for plumbing or electrical.
Answered by: Marv
Date published: 2018-04-10
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Customer Reviews

60 lb. Gray Concrete Mix is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 131.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I started on making a cement Punkin head I saw on your website . I've made that in many things I ... I started on making a cement Punkin head I saw on your website . I've made that in many things I wish I could send you pictures of them all. Since I didn't want the expense of spending money on the other items recommended on your website .I made them just with cement and they turned out great
Date published: 2017-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from At my age 60 pounds is plenty heavy especially when you are moving 50 sacks of the stuff one at a... At my age 60 pounds is plenty heavy especially when you are moving 50 sacks of the stuff one at a time. Fence posts are nice and straight thanks in part to the concrete mix and using an auger. Irma passed right over us when it was still putting out 90 mph gusts and this new fence should stay put if we have another hurricane visit lovely Land O' Lakes, Florida.
Date published: 2018-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ordered 2 1/2 pallets of concrete for our court yard,... Ordered 2 1/2 pallets of concrete for our court yard, still in process.
Date published: 2018-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2018-02-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Has alot of sand or small aggregate, makes it hard to level out. Over all it works well. Mixed it... Has alot of sand or small aggregate, makes it hard to level out. Over all it works well. Mixed it in the home depot rental mixer and there is no way to mix it at 2.5 qt per bag. For 3 bags we used about 12 qts of water. You might be able to get away with 1-2 qts less but will mix slower and you will spend more time scrapping the mixer.
Date published: 2018-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I bought the 60 lb bags for ease of handling, mixing 2 bags at a time by hoe in the wheel barrow.... I bought the 60 lb bags for ease of handling, mixing 2 bags at a time by hoe in the wheel barrow. Did the job, took about 45 bags to fill a root barrier about 10' x 1' x 1.5'. The instructions on the web called for 2.9 quarts of water. On the bag it called for 2 quarts. HD might want to review the instructions for the 60 lb bag.
Date published: 2017-11-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Sakrete is great and the 60 lbs. bags are easy to handle. However, when ordering in large qua... The Sakrete is great and the 60 lbs. bags are easy to handle. However, when ordering in large quantities on pallets, there are always leaking bags with forklift holes. I have ordered almost 20 pallets over the past 6 months and usually lose one bag per pallet.
Date published: 2018-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What do you say about concrete? Added water and it... What do you say about concrete? Added water and it turned hard. Seriously, it did work well and the 60lb bags are much easier to move than the 80lb ones. The price was good and the delivery guy put them exactly where I asked.
Date published: 2017-11-07
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