## Square Pipe Weight Calculator in kg/mtr

## FAQs

**1. How do you calculate square pipe weight in KG?**

- The weight of a square pipe is calculated by multiplying its cross-sectional area by the density of the material.

**2. What is the weight of square pipe in kg per meter?**

- The weight per meter of a square pipe depends on its size and material. For example, a 50mm x 50mm square pipe made of steel might weigh approximately 3.75 kg per meter.

**3. What is the weight of a 50mm square pipe per meter?**

- A 50mm x 50mm square pipe made of steel might weigh approximately 3.75 kg per meter.

**4. How much does 100mm square pipe weigh?**

- A 100mm x 100mm square pipe made of steel might weigh approximately 15 kg per meter.

**5. How much does a 3×3 square pipe weigh?**

- A 3×3 inch square pipe (approximately 76mm x 76mm) made of steel might weigh around 5.9 kg per meter.

**6. How much does a 20mm square pipe weigh?**

- A 20mm x 20mm square pipe made of steel might weigh approximately 0.75 kg per meter.

**7. What is the weight of a pipe in KG?**

- The weight of a pipe in kilograms depends on its material, size, and wall thickness.

**8. How much does a 4-inch square pipe weigh?**

- A 4×4 inch square pipe (approximately 101.6mm x 101.6mm) made of steel might weigh around 9.8 kg per meter.

**9. What is the unit weight of a 40mm square pipe?**

- The unit weight of a 40mm x 40mm square pipe made of steel might be approximately 4.7 kg per meter.

**10. How much does a 150×150 MS square tube weigh?** – A 150mm x 150mm square tube made of mild steel (MS) might weigh approximately 56 kg per meter.

**11. How much does a 100x50mm pipe weigh?** – A 100mm x 50mm rectangular pipe made of steel might weigh approximately 7.5 kg per meter.

**12. How much does a 50mm steel pipe weigh?** – The weight of a 50mm steel pipe would depend on its length and wall thickness.

**13. How do you calculate pipe weight per meter?** – Pipe weight per meter is calculated by multiplying the cross-sectional area of the pipe by the density of the material.

**14. What is the weight of a 1-inch square pipe?** – A 1×1 inch square pipe (approximately 25.4mm x 25.4mm) made of steel might weigh around 1.22 kg per meter.

**15. How do you calculate piping weight?** – Piping weight is calculated based on the dimensions, material, and wall thickness of the pipe or tube.

**16. How much does a 100x100x8 square pipe weigh?** – A 100mm x 100mm x 8mm square pipe made of steel might weigh approximately 23.6 kg per meter.

**17. How much does a 150x150x8mm pipe weigh?** – A 150mm x 150mm x 8mm square pipe made of steel might weigh approximately 42.9 kg per meter.

**18. How much does an 80x40mm rectangular pipe weigh?** – An 80mm x 40mm rectangular pipe made of steel might weigh approximately 7.2 kg per meter.

**19. How much does a 25mm square tube weigh?** – A 25mm x 25mm square tube’s weight depends on its material and wall thickness.

**20. What is the weight of a 40x40mm square pipe?** – A 40mm x 40mm square pipe’s weight depends on its material and wall thickness.

**21. What is the weight of a 25mm pipe?** – The weight of a 25mm pipe would depend on its length, material, and wall thickness.

**22. What is the simple formula for pipe weight?** – The formula for pipe weight is: Weight = Volume × Density.

**23. What is the weight of a steel pipe per meter?** – The weight of a steel pipe per meter depends on its dimensions and wall thickness.

**24. How much does a 2-inch MS pipe weigh in KG?** – A 2-inch MS pipe’s weight would depend on its length and wall thickness.

**25. How much does a 3-inch pipe weigh in kg?** – The weight of a 3-inch pipe depends on its length, material, and wall thickness.

**26. What is the weight of a 1.5-inch square pipe?** – A 1.5-inch x 1.5-inch square pipe’s weight depends on its material and wall thickness.

**27. Is there a standard pipe weight?** – There are standard sizes and dimensions for pipes, but the weight varies based on material and wall thickness.

**28. How much does a 200x200x10 square tube weigh?** – A 200mm x 200mm x 10mm square tube’s weight depends on its material.

**29. What is the weight of a 4×2 inch square pipe?** – A 4×2 inch square pipe’s weight depends on its material and wall thickness.

**30. How much does a 40x40x5 square pipe weigh?** – A 40mm x 40mm x 5mm square pipe’s weight depends on its material.

**31. How much does a 30x30x3 square pipe weigh?** – A 30mm x 30mm x 3mm square pipe’s weight depends on its material.

**32. What is the weight of a 4×2 rectangular pipe?** – A 4×2 rectangular pipe’s weight depends on its material and wall thickness.

**33. How much does a 100×100 square tube weigh?** – A 100mm x 100mm square tube’s weight depends on its material and wall thickness.

**34. What is the unit weight of a 600mm dia MS pipe?** – The unit weight of a 600mm diameter MS pipe would depend on its wall thickness.

**35. How much does a 20mm MS plate weigh per sqm?** – The weight of a 20mm MS plate per square meter depends on its dimensions.

**36. What is the weight of a 300mm pipe?** – The weight of a 300mm diameter pipe depends on its material and wall thickness.

**37. What is the weight of 90 pipes if the weight of 72 pipes is 180 kg?** – To calculate the weight of 90 pipes, you need to know the weight of one pipe and then multiply it by 90.

**38. What is the thickness of a 100mm MS pipe?** – A 100mm MS pipe could have various thicknesses, so you need to specify the wall thickness.

**39. What is the weight of a 150mm MS pipe?** – The weight of a 150mm MS pipe depends on its length, material, and wall thickness.

**40. How thick is a 50mm steel pipe?** – A 50mm steel pipe could have various wall thicknesses, so you need to specify the thickness.

**41. How much does a 40mm MS pipe weigh per meter?** – The weight of a 40mm MS pipe per meter depends on its dimensions and wall thickness.

**42. What is the weight of a 2-inch square pipe per meter?** – The weight of a 2-inch square pipe per meter depends on its material and wall thickness.

**43. What is the formula for weight in Kg?** – The formula for weight in kilograms is: Weight (Kg) = Volume (cubic meters) × Density (Kg/m^3).

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