12mm rod weight:- 12mm rod supplied in U shaped bent or straight, a length of about 12 metres or 40 feet, generally 12mm rod weight around 10.667kg/ piece, 0.889kg/m or 0.270 kg/foot.
What is the length of a steel rod?
Note: Length of TMT Steel rod will be 12 meters or 40 feet.
What is the length of 16mm iron rod?
16mm steel bar weight:- 16mm steel bar supplied in U bent or straight rods, length of 16mm steel bar is 40 feet or 12meter and 16mm steel bar weight is 1.580 kgs/m, 0.480 kgs/foot, 18.96 kgs/piece and 56.889 kgs/bundle.
What is the current price of 12mm rod?
For example, the current price of 12mm Iron rod per ton is ₦410,000. That is the amount for the Local or Nigerian Iron.
Prices of Iron rods in Nigeria.
|Steel Diameter||Per Ton||Current Price|
|10 mm||134 pieces||₦3,300|
|12 mm||93 pieces||₦4,800|
|16 mm||52 pieces||₦8,500|
|20 mm||34 pieces||₦13,000|
What is the price of 8mm iron rod?
8mm Iron Rod, For Construction, Rs 59000 /metric ton Priyadarshini Enterprises | ID: 19342036362.
How many pieces of 12mm rod makes a ton?
93 lengths of 12mm reinforcement bar makes 1 ton.
What is the price of 10mm rod?
10 MM Steel Bar at Rs 36800/ton | Steel Bars | ID: 11176726748.
What is the cost of 10mm iron rod?
Fe 550 12 m 10 MM Iron TMT Bar, Rs 51 /kilogram Ratan Iron Company | ID: 16136381691.
What is the length of steel?
Length of the TMT Bars are 40 feet. In most cases civil engineers, contracts recommend to buy TMT Bars in pieces, bundles or in tons. The sizes also varies according to the structure of the building.
|TMT Bar Size in mm||Length of TMT Bar||TMT Bar pieces per bundle|
How tall is a length of steel?
The standard length of a steel bar is usually 5–5.5 mtrs/bar. Please keep in mind, the raw material used to manufacture/roll the steel bar is usually 12 mtrs long and is sold as such in bundles. Also, depending on the application of the steel bar, the length can be customized as per the client’s requirement.
How do you calculate steel length?
- Compute total length of longitudinal bars which equal to the column height plus laps for footing multiply number of longitudinal bars.
- Convert that length into kilograms or Tons. This can be done by multiplying cross section area of steel by its total length by density of steel which 7850 kg/m3