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A concrete mixture ratio of 1 part cement, 3 parts sand, and 3 parts aggregate will produce a concrete mix of approximately 3000 psi. (20685 kpa)

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SOURCE: 1.500 concret blocks 40cm x20cm in cement cubic

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Max volume 4500_m^3 and smallest 24_m^3. I think you may want the smallest dia.



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beee12d.jpg

Max volume 4500_m^3 and smallest 24_m^3. I think you may want the smallest dia.



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