# Pipe Weight Calculator - Round tube weight

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## Formula and calculation methods

Calculating the weight of a pipe made of different metals (steel pipes, stainless steel, copper, etc.) is made on the basis of the data available in the ISO, DIN and other standards. The weight of a round pipe, the assortment of which is not included in the reference available on the site, is calculated online using the formula *m = Pi * ro * S * (D - S) * L;* Pi is a mathematical constant that expresses the length ratio circle to its diameter, equal to ~ 3.14; ro is the density of the metal from which the round pipe is made in kg/m³; To calculate the specific gravity of 1 meter of a pipe (m), it is necessary to indicate the dimensions of the pipe profile: diameter D in mm, as well as the thickness of the metal from which the pipe is made (wall thickness S) and length L (by default 1 m). The calculation of the theoretical weight rectangular shaped pipe is performed in the same way as a round one, except for part of the formula for determining the cross-sectional area.

## Popular pipe diameters in India

- 406.4x6.3
- 273x5
- 273x5.9
- 168.3x4.5
- 273.1x12

## Tables of weight per meter of round pipes of various metals (steel, aluminium etc.) and alloys for available ISO, DIN and other standards

Pipe name and dimensions | Outside diameter, mm | Wall thickness s, mm | Weight per meter of pipe | Meters of 1 ton | Density, kg / m³ | Standard |
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Pipe 27.9x2.6 | 27.9 | 2.6 | 1.5600 kg. | 641 m. | 7850 | IS 1161:1998 |

Pipe 33.7x2.6 | 33.7 | 2.6 | 1.9800 kg. | 505.1 m. | 7850 | IS 1161:1998 |

Pipe 42.4x3.2 | 42.4 | 3.2 | 3.1000 kg. | 322.6 m. | 7850 | IS 1161:1998 |

Pipe 42.4x4 | 42.4 | 4 | 3.7900 kg. | 263.9 m. | 7850 | IS 1161:1998 |

Pipe 60.3x2.9 | 60.3 | 2.9 | 4.0800 kg. | 245.1 m. | 7850 | IS 1161:1998 |

Pipe 60.5x4.5 | 60.5 | 4.5 | 6.1900 kg. | 161.6 m. | 7850 | IS 1161:1998 |

Pipe 101.8x4.8 | 101.8 | 4.8 | 11.5000 kg. | 87 m. | 7850 | IS 1161:1998 |

Pipe 114.3x3.6 | 114.3 | 3.6 | 9.7500 kg. | 102.6 m. | 7850 | IS 1161:1998 |

Pipe 127x4.5 | 127 | 4.5 | 13.6000 kg. | 73.5 m. | 7850 | IS 1161:1998 |

Pipe 152.5x4.8 | 152.5 | 4.8 | 17.5000 kg. | 57.1 m. | 7850 | IS 1161:1998 |

Pipe 168.3x3.2 | 168.3 | 3.2 | 12.0000 kg. | 83.3 m. | 7850 | IS 3589:2001 |

Pipe 193.9x5.9 | 193.9 | 5.9 | 27.3000 kg. | 36.6 m. | 7850 | IS 1161:1998 |

Pipe 273x3.6 | 273 | 3.6 | 23.9000 kg. | 41.8 m. | 7850 | IS 3589:2001 |

Pipe 273x5 | 273 | 5 | 33.0000 kg. | 30.3 m. | 7850 | IS 3589:2001 |

Pipe 273.1x12 | 273.1 | 12 | 77.2000 kg. | 13 m. | 7850 | IS 1161:1998 |

Pipe 323.9x6.3 | 323.9 | 6.3 | 49.3000 kg. | 20.3 m. | 7850 | IS 1161:1998 |

Pipe 355.6x5 | 355.6 | 5 | 43.2000 kg. | 23.1 m. | 7850 | IS 3589:2001 |

Pipe 355.6x8 | 355.6 | 8 | 68.6000 kg. | 14.6 m. | 7850 | IS 3589:2001 |

Pipe 406.4x6.3 | 406.4 | 6.3 | 62.2000 kg. | 16.1 m. | 7850 | IS 3589:2001 |

Pipe 406.4x8.8 | 406.4 | 8.8 | 86.3000 kg. | 11.6 m. | 7850 | IS 3589:2001 |

Pipe 457x6.3 | 457 | 6.3 | 70.0000 kg. | 14.3 m. | 7850 | IS 3589:2001 |

Pipe 457x10 | 457 | 10 | 110.0000 kg. | 9.1 m. | 7850 | IS 3589:2001 |

Pipe 711x6.3 | 711 | 6.3 | 109.0000 kg. | 9.2 m. | 7850 | IS 3589:2001 |

Pipe 813x18 | 813 | 18 | 354.0000 kg. | 2.8 m. | 7850 | IS 3589:2001 |

Pipe 1118x11 | 1118 | 11 | 300.0000 kg. | 3.3 m. | 7850 | IS 3589:2001 |

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## List of standards available in calculator and weight tables

- IS 3589:2001 — Steel Pipes for Water and Sewage
- IS 1161:1998 — Steel Tubes for structural purposes

## Usage

The weight of a running meter of a pipe is very often necessary to know to carry out calculations in metal structures. The most common use of a pipe calculator is to determine the mass of a pipe in the purchased batch in order to find out the necessary dimensions of transport for its transportation, as well as to calculate the loads of the future metal structure and the cost of products.