# What does box section weigh?

## What does box section weigh?

Square Hollow Sections

Weight (kg/m) Metres per Tonne
X 3.0 3.45 290
X 3.2 3.66 274
X 4.0 4.46 225
X 5.0 5.4 185

### How do you calculate box section weight?

For your information Kg/m refers to the Kilograms per Metre of the section, as an example a 4.200 Metre length of 40 x 40 x 3mm (SHS) Square Steel Hollow Section (3.45 Kg/m) would weigh (4.2 x 3.45) 14.49 Kg’s Total.

#### What is the weight of Ms square tube?

Product Specification

Thickness 2×2 Inch
Material Ms Pipe
Weight 19 Kg
Surface Treatment Galvanized
Color Black

What is the weight of 1.5 square pipe?

CR Square Pipe Weight Chart

SIZE MM INCH 16G 1.60
30×30 1.20″ 8.6
38×38 1.50″ 11.0
40×40 1.60″ 11.6
50×50 2.00″ 14.6

What is the formula of MS pipe weight?

So now we have to multiply this volume by CS pipe density (7850Kg/m3) to get the actual weight of 1 m of pipe length. So Metal weight of 1 m of Pipe length=0.0036004565*7850=28.26358356 Kg. To calculate the pipe weight for more lengths simply multiply the above value with the actual length of the pipe.

## What is the weight of 4 inch square pipe?

Weight: 1.12 kg/mtr.

### Is Box Section stronger than tube?

A steel pipe can support far more weight than a steel square tube. The answer is round tube has a higher resistance to both flex and torsional twisting than a square for a given weight. If you have a round hole, putting the maximum size round tube through it will be stronger than its’ square counterpart.

#### Is 2mm steel strong?

2mm is about 16 Ga, I fabricated a lot of light railings and other items from 16 Ga. steel of about 30 kips in strength. In a column it is quite strong but if the column is 30 feet tall and the square tube is only 1″ it will collapse with out much weight on it.