How many briquettes per square meter? How many briquettes per m2? How many bims per square meter?

## How Many Briquettes per Square Meter?

**Between 10 and 12.5 briquettes are used for 1 m2. Briquette is considerably smaller than ytong.**

The answer to the question of how many of the most commonly used briquettes are consumed or used per m2 according to length and height measurements:

**12.5 pieces of 39 cm long and 18.5 high briquettes are required for 1 m2.****11.5 pieces of briquettes, which are 33 cm long and 24 cm high, are required for 1 m2.****10 pieces of 39 cm long and 24 cm high briquettes are required for one m2.**

How many briquettes will go to 120, 100, 60 or 50 m2 is calculated by multiplying the number of briquettes per 1 square meter given above by 50, 60, 100 or 120. Between 1000 and 1250 briquettes are used for 100 m2 of wall.

It will be 24 cm high and 39 cm long, and will be built entirely as a stacked, using 25 x 40 briquettes with mortar allowance;

**Approximately 2100 pieces of briquettes go into a 100 m2 house.****Approximately 2500 pieces of briquettes go into a 120 square meter house.****1900 briquettes are needed for a 90 square meter house.****1700 briquettes are needed for an 80 square meter house.****1400 briquettes are needed for a 70 square meter house.****1250 briquettes are needed for a 60 m2 house.****1050 briquettes are needed for a 50 square meter house.****850 pumice or briquettes are needed for a 40 square meter house.****2800 briquettes are needed for a 140 square meter house.****How much briquettes goes to a house per 150 square meters? 3150 bims goes to a 150 m2 house.****How many bims goes to a 130 square meter house? 2750 pieces pumice brick go to a 150 m2 house.**

## How Many Briquettes Go to a 60 Square Meter House?

Let’s say a 60 square meter house is 6 x 10 meters and its height is 3 meters. The area of the external walls is the perimeter times the height, that is, (10+10+6+6) x 3 = 96 m2. When this area is increased by 25% for interior walls, taking into account window and door gaps, the total wall to be built becomes 125 square meters.

Depending on the briquette size types, **1250 large briquettes go into a 60 square meter house** that will have a 125 square meter wall. This count if house is completely made of masonry and without columns. If columns and beams are installed, this number will be 15% less, but if the internal walls are built with small briquettes, the difference will close.

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