Here is a list of mild steel bars weight.

## Diameter of bars in millimeter |
## Weight of bars in kilogram |

6 mm | 0.22 kg/meter |

10 mm | 0.62 kg/meter |

12 mm | 0.89 kg/meter |

16 mm | 1.58 kg/meter |

20 mm | 2.469 kg/meter |

25 mm | 3.858 kg/meter |

## Weight of steel bars formula

To calculate weight of steel bars, there is a formula used to calculate weight.

W=(D^2 x L)/162

In the above formula:

- D is in millimeter.
- L is the total length of steel bars of which weight is to be calculated.

For example: if we have to calculate the weight of 10 mm steel bars, then we will proceed as follow:

W=10^2/ 162

W=0.617 kg/meter

In this way we will get steel bars weight per meter. After that multiply unit weight with the total length of steel bars of which weight is to be calculated.

## Weight of steel bars per foot in kg

## Diameter of bars |
## Weight of bars |

#2 bars (diameter 2/8 inch) | 0.075 kg/ft |

#3 bars (diameter 3/8 inch) | 0.170 kg/ft |

#4 bars (diameter ½ inch) | 0.30 kg/ft |

#5 bars (diameter 5/8 inch) | 0.473 kg/ft |

#6 bars (diameter 6/8 inch) | 0.68 kg/ft |

#8 bars (diameter 1 inch) | 1.21 kg/ft |

Vikas says

Nice sir

Musaddiq Surajo says

Define the density of the following reinforcement bars. 6mm, 8 mm, 10mm, 12mm, 14mm, 16mm, 20mm, 25mm and 32mm.

Damas Masanja says

is no difference in weight between mild steel and high tensile steel?

md zarif says

Nice sir I didn’t know but now I understand

rizwan says

Density 162 value defination clear plz

tirusew shiferaw says

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jitendra says

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Bernard Atubigah says

Please is this formula for calculating the weight of a steel bar in kg/m

W=(D^2 x L)/162

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