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Concrete Calculator Pro

All calculations are verified and tested

All calculations are verified and tested

Concrete Calculator Pro

by Jeremy Breaux
Concrete Calculator Pro
Concrete Calculator Pro
Concrete Calculator Pro

What is it about?

All calculations are verified and tested! Purchase with confidence!

Concrete Calculator Pro

App Details

Version
2.0.2
Rating
(47)
Size
0Mb
Genre
Reference Utilities
Last updated
September 23, 2016
Release date
June 7, 2009
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App Store Description

All calculations are verified and tested! Purchase with confidence!

Our reviews speak for themselves: "This app is a must have for anyone in construction. Very easy to use. Very convienent."

We have the highest rated concrete calculator on the iTunes market!!

Designed and a developed by someone who supervises construction projects!

This iPhone / iPod Touch app contains four tabs:

The first tab calculates the amount of cubic yards of concrete needed for a given job with a square or rectangular form. You input the length and width in feet and the thickness in inches. Also, you can input a cost per cubic yard to get a total cost of your concrete order. Tap on the calculate button and then ConcreteCalc Pro displays the amount of cubic yards of concrete needed.

The second tab calculates the amount of cubic yards of concrete needed for a given job for a sona tube or circular form. You input the diameter in inches, height in feet, number of columns, and cost per concrete yard. Then tap on the calculate button and then Concrete Calc Pro will display the amount of cubic yards of concrete needed and/or the total cost of concrete.

The third tab will figure your exterior footings. You input the perimeter, then the width and depth of your footing. Optionally you can include the cost per cubic yard and waste overage percentage. Finally, tap on the calculate button and the number of cubic yards and total cost is displayed.

The fourth tab will convert cubic yards to 60 lb or 80 lb bags.