# Brick Masonry Calculator | Brick Masonry Calculator | Size of Bricks | Calculate Brick Work

## How to Work With Brick Masonry Calculator?

This calculator easily calculates nos. of Bricks after finding cement and sand. This find as per the below step.

Step – 1.

Select unit like Meter or Feet as per required in below picture. Step – 2.

After select unit then enter Length and Width in working area of brick masonry shown in below picture. Step – 3.

After filling Unit, length, width then fill wall thickness.

Fill wall thickness as per your requirement like a 4.5-inch brick wall ( Partition wall or half brick masonry), 9-inch brick wall (this wall using normal construction work) Also available in mm. As per below picture show a different type of wall size available like 115 mm, 230 mm, 345 mm, 460 mm. Step – 4.

Select Cement Sand Ratio as per required in construction as shown in below picture. Step – 5.

After completing process then receive the answer, Nos of brick, Cement Bag, and Sand in cu.m.  ## Size of Bricks

Sr.No.DetailsBrick Size in mm.Brick Size in Feet.
1.Indian Brick Size / Standard Brick Size in India230 mm X 115 mm X 75 mm9 inch X 4.5 inch x 3 inch
2.Cement Bricks Size230 mm X 75 mm X 50 mm9 inch X 3 inch X 2 inch
3.AAC Block Size600 mm X 200 mm x 100 mm24 inch x 8 inch x 4 inch
4.Concrete Block Size600 mm X 200 mm x 100 mm24 inch x 8 inch x 4 inch
5.First Class Brick Size190 mm X 90mm X 90mm7.5 inch X 3.5 inch x 3.5 inch
6.Second Class Brick Size250mm X 120mm X 70mm9.75 inch X 4.75 inch X 2.75 inch
7.Third Class Brick Size230 mm X 100 mm X 75 mm9 inch X 4 inch X 3 inch

### How to Calculate Brick Work ?

Total brick work area calculation = Length * Width * Thickness like (1 m * 8.7 m x * 0.115 m = 1.00 cu.m.) ### How to Calculate Brick Quantity ?

As per Indian standard size of brick = 230 mm * 114 mm * 76 mm

8mm thick cement mortar in brick.

• After 8 mm thick mortar brick size change = 238 mm * 123 mm * 83 mm

• Bricks in Cube meter = (1 m3 / (0.238 m * 0.123 m  * 0.083 m)) =  412 nos. bricks

### How Many Bricks in a Cube ? Indian Brick Size / Standard Brick Size in India (230 mm * 114 mm * 76 mm) = 411 nos. bricks

Cement Bricks Size (230 mm * 75 mm * 50 mm)= 873 nos. bricks

AAC Block Size (600 mm * 200 mm * 100 mm)= 74 nos. bricks

Concrete Block Size (600 mm * 200 mm * 100 mm)= 74 nos. bricks

First Class Brick Size (190 mm * 90mm * 90mm)= 526 nos. bricks

Second Class Brick Size (250mm * 120mm * 70mm)= 389 nos. bricks

Third Class Brick Size (230 mm * 100 mm * 75 mm)= 469 nos. bricks

### How to Calculate Mortar Quantity in Brickwork ? As per below the process calculate mortar quality in brickwork.

Volume of 1 brick = (0.23 m * 0.114 m * 0.076 m) = 0.001993 meter cube.

Volume of 1 brick with mortar = (0.238 m * 0.122 m * 0.084 m) = 0.002439 meter cube.

No of bricks in 1 cum = volume/volume of bricks with mortar = 1/0.0019 = 411 Bricks.

Volume covered by 411 bricks in 1 Cum Volume = (Bricks number * Volume of 1 brick).

400 Bricks Volume  = 411 * 0.001993 = 0.819 meter cube.

Volume  = (Total volume – volume of bricks).

Mortar volume = 1 – 0.819 = 0.181 meter cube. (wet volume).

Dry Volume = 0.19 * 1.33 = 0.2407 meter cube (dry Volume).   Where (1.33 is a constant)

### How Much Sand and Cement for Brickwork ? Here we consider cement mortar ratio 1:5

#### Cement

Cement = (Dry volume * Ratio * Density of cement in 1 cum)/Sum of Ratio.

Cement = (0.2407 * 1 * 1440)/(1+5)

Cement = 57.77  kg /50   <1 bag = 50 kg>

Cement = 1.16 bags

#### Sand

Sand = (Dry volume * Ratio )/Sum of Ratio.

Sand = (0.2407 * 5  )/6

Sand = 0.20 cubic meter

## Video tutorial for better understanding:

Short Note

### Cement Mortar Calculation

1. Density of Cement = 1440 kg/m3.
2. Sand Density = 1450-1500 kg/m3.

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1. >Density of Aggregate = 1450-1550 kg/m3
2. How many KG in 1 bag of cement = 50kg.
3. Cement quantity in litres in 1 bag of cement = 34.7 litres.
4. 1 Bag of cement in cubic metres = 0.0347 cubic meter.

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