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Up until the creation of this concrete calculator, figuring out the exact volume, price and ROI for concrete production used to be a painstaking process. That was because you needed to know how to calculi the exact dimensions of all instruments used, and have a firm understanding of the Pythagorean theorem and trigonometric ratios.
Thankfully, Fibointercon has made the process a lot easier with their calculator, and in this blog, we will be sharing a few tips on how to use it.
How to use a Concrete Calculator
When it comes to calculating volume, the calculator will provide a method for calculating the volume of the following structures:
Cube – lxbxh
Cuboid – lxbxh
Cylinder – πr2h
Sphere – 4/3πr3
Cone – 1/3πr2h
If you do not understand any of this, that is fine. You just need to know the dimensions of the concrete mixer and then input them into their calculator.
When it comes to calculating cost, the calculator comes with some preset mixes. Moreover, you are able to enter in your exact mix proportions. Then, enter the cost at which you purchased everything. Do not forget to add the cost of your plant, energy, and labor. This is an easy way to see if it is worth it to buy ready-mix or create your own.
Last but not least, the concrete calculator can also show return on investment. Once you know the volume you can produce and the cost to produce it, the third sheet will come in handy. Plug in your costs and your volume numbers and the calculator will show you the potential for return on investment. Once you figure that out, all you need to do is start scaling your business and everything else will fall into place.
Try the calculator now and see for yourself just how fascinating this tool is!