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# How much does a red partition weigh?

## How much does a brick partition weigh?

To describe this load in more intuitive terms, let’s say that it is loading the finished partition around 400 kg per square meter.

### How much does a construction partition weigh?

Average weight per piece: 24.2 kg. Compression resistance (fp): >150 kg/cm²

### How much does 1 common brick weigh?

Brick Very common
Weight x unit: 2.3 Kg / Total Quantity of Bricks: On a 15 cm wall = 60 units / 30 cm = 110 units. They are generally used for voided walls. Weight x unit: 2.3 Kg / Quantity of Bricks: On a 15 cm wall = 60 units / 30 cm = 110 units.

#### How much does a common brick weigh?:

Weight / unit: 3 Kg.

## How much does 100 common bricks weigh?

Its weight is 2 kg. Number of units per m²: 102.4. 1000 units per pallet.

Weight: 2.2kg.

### What is the weight of a partition?

2 kgs The approximate weight of each annealed red partition is 2 kgs per piece and more or less 85 pieces per square meter are needed, taking a 7% loss in appreciation.

### How is it to calculate the weight of partition?

Partition (kp/m2)
In the case of residential construction and in private areas of public buildings, it comes from computing a distribution per square meter of apartment of 0.50 m of partition, 2.50 m high and 80 kp/m2 of characteristic weight.

## How much does a hollow partition weigh? Average weight per piece: 12.9 kg. Compression resistance (fp): >90 kg/cm²

### How much does a m2 of partition weigh?

To describe this it is loading in more intuitive terms, let’s say that it is loading a finished partition of around 400 Kg per square meter.

#### How much does a cubic meter of partition weigh?:

Weight: 1.6 Kg/pc.

### How much does 1 red brick weigh? The approximate weight of each annealed red partition is 2 kg per piece and more or less 85 pieces per square meter are needed, taking a 7% loss in appreciation.

## What is the weight of a one kilo brick?

A brick of one kilo:
According to the formula: The volumetric weight of the brick is: 0.696kg, but its real weight is 1kg.