## Square Tube Weight Calculator

Here BIT provides you with the Square Tube Weight Calculator. Maybe you will like to check out our Bending Process page.

### Bending Process Calculator

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**Weight Calculator in Kg**

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## Calculate the Linear Meter Mass of a Rectangular Steel Tube

Input your values in the fields below:

mm

m

Result:

Weight per meter: kg/m

Total weight: kg

## Formula and calculation methods

This calculator facilitates the computation of the linear meter mass for square tubes crafted from various materials, such as steel, stainless steel alloys, copper, and other metals. It leverages data sourced from established standards. In cases where square tube dimensions are not listed in these standards, the tool employs an online formula:

*m*=(*ρ*/7850)×0.0157×t×(2*A*−2.86*t*)×*L*

Here, *ρ* represents the metal’s density in kg/m³, ranging from 7280 to 8080 for steel pipes and 8200 to 9020 for copper. The constant 7850 denotes the density of carbon steel in kg/m³. To compute the specific gravity of one running meter of a square metal tube (m), users must input the profile dimensions: section width *A*, wall thickness *t*, and pipe length *L* (set to 1m by default).

Let’s segment and revise the provided text:

Introduce the purpose and scope of the calculator.

**Calculator Functionality**: Explain how the calculator operates, including the use of established standards and an online formula for non-standard sizes.**Formula Explanation**: Break down the formula used for calculation, defining each variable and its significance.**Density and Constants**: Detail the range of densities for steel and copper, as well as the constant value for carbon steel density.**Input Requirements**: Clarify the specific parameters users need to input for accurate calculations.**Default Settings**: Specify the default length value (1m) and any other default settings.**Conclusion**: Summarize the calculator’s utility and emphasize its flexibility in handling various tube sizes and materials.