# Unit Weight of Building Materials [A Complete List].

In today’s article, you are going to learn the unit weight of different building materials used in construction.

So, Let’s Get Started.

Before starting you should know that what is Unit weight?

The specific or the unit weight is the wight per unit volume of a material.

## Unit Weight of Different Building Materials.

Following is the list of 75 different building materials and their unit weight in Kg/m3.

Unit Weight of Building Materials
Sr. No.Material.Unit Weight.
01.Portland Cement1440 Kg/cu.m
02. Rapid Hardening Cement1250 Kg/cu.m
03.Plain Cement Concrete (P.C.C)2400 Kg/cu.m
04.Lime Concrete1900 Kg/cu.m
05.Reinforced Cement Concrete (R.C.C)2500 Kg/cu.m
06.Cement Mortar2000 Kg/cu.m
07.Cement Plaster2000 Kg/cu.m
08.Lime Plaster1700 Kg/cu.m
09.Common Bricks1600 Kg/cu.m
10.Broken Bricks1420 Kg/cu.m
11.Water1000 Kg/cu.m
12.Dry Clay1600 Kg/cu.m
13.Damp Clay1760 Kg/cu.m
14.Dry, Loose Earth1200 Kg/cu.m
15.Dry, Loose Sand1440-1700 Kg/cu.m
16.Gravel2000 Kg/cu.m
17.Silt2100 Kg/cu.m
18.Sedimentary Rock2600 Kg/cu.m
19.Igneous Rock2700-3000 Kg/cu.m
20.Metamorphic Rock2700 Kg/cu.m
21.Mud1600 to 1920 Kg/cu.m
22.Rubble Stone1600 to 1750 Kg/cu.m
23.Aggregates1750 Kg/cu.m
24.Ballast1720 Kg/cu.m
25.Granite2450 Kg/cu.m
26.Marble 2650 Kg/cu.m
27.Sandstone2250 to 2400 Kg/cu.m
28.Limestone2400 to 2640 Kg/cu.m
29.Chalk2240 Kg/cu.m
30.Cement Slurry1442 Kg/cu.m
31.Cement Concrete Block1800 Kg/cu.m
32.Timber (willow)420 Kg/cu.m
33.Timber (Teak)630 to 720 Kg/cu.m
34.Timber (Maple)755 Kg/cu.m
35.Timber (Sal)990 Kg/cu.m
36.Timber (Larch)590 Kg/cu.m
37.Timber (Birch)670 Kg/cu.m
38.Timber (Mahogany)545 Kg/cu.m
39.Steel7850 Kg/cu.m
40.Stainless Steel7480 Kg/cu.m
41.Cast Iron7203 Kg/cu.m
42.Aluminum 2739 Kg/cu.m
43.Tin7280 Kg/cu.m
44.Copper8940 Kg/cu.m
45.Asbestos Cement Sheet12 to 15.6 Kg/cu.m
46.Galvanized Iron Steel (0.56 mm)5 Kg/cu.m
47.Galvanized Iron Steel (1.63 mm)13 Kg/cu.m
48Mangalore Tiles with Battens65 Kg/cu.m
49.Brick Masonry1920 Kg/cu.m
50.Dry Rubble Masonry2080 Kg/cu.m
51.Glass2400 to 2720 Kg/cu.m
52.Alcohol780 Kg/cu.m
53.Vegetable Oil930 Kg/cu.m
54.Gasoline670 Kg/cu.m
55.Nitric Acid (91 percent)1510 Kg/cu.m
56.Sulphuric Acid (87 Percent)1790 Kg/cu.m
57.Ice910 Kg/cu.m
58.Light Charcoal300 Kg/cu.m
59.Graphite500 Kg/cu.m
60.Coal Tar1010 Kg/cu.m
61.Pitch1010 Kg/cu.m
62.Dry Peat560 to 640 Kg/cu.m
63.Anthracite Coal1550 Kg/cu.m
64.Rubber1300 Kg/cu.m
65.Bitumen1040 Kg/cu.m
66.Slag1500 Kg/cu.m
67.Ashes650 Kg/cu.m
69.Plastics1250 Kg/cu.m
70.Nickel8908 Kg/cu.m
71.Petrol720 Kg/cu.m
72.Diesel745 Kg/cu.m
73.Heavy Charcoal530 Kg/cu.m
74.Shale Gas2500 Kg/cu.m
75.Tin7280 Kg/cu.m

So, That’s all for the List of Unit Weight of Building Materials.

If you have any questions/suggestion or I missed something, then please let me know in the comment section.

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1. Where alcohol is used in construction?

• Inside the Carpenter’s stomach methinks đź™‚