# Square Bar Weight Chart: Find Your Ideal Size

This table in the below shows the theoretical weight of square bars of various grades, measured in millimeters, in both kilograms per meter and pounds per foot.

The weight of a square bar is an important consideration in a variety of industries, from construction to manufacturing.

The table includes measurements for grades ranging from 5.5mm to 200mm. For example, a 5.5mm square bar has a theoretical weight of 0.237 kg/m or 0.16 lb/ft, while a 200mm square bar has a theoretical weight of 3.14 kg/m or 2.11 lb/ft.

As the grade of the square bar increases, so too does its theoretical weight. This information is crucial for professionals who need to select the right materials for their projects, and ensuring safety and efficiency.

The following table lists the theoretical weight of 5.5-200mm square bar in kg/m.

If your steel size is not in the table below, you can use our steel weight calculator to calculate online.

## The weight of square bar

When the grade of a steel bar is 5.5mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 0.237kg/m, or 0.16lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 6mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 0.283kg/m, or 0.19lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 6.5mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 0.332kg/m, or 0.22lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 7mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 0.385kg/m, or 0.26lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 8mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 0.502kg/m, or 0.34lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 9mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 0.636kg/m, or 0.43lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 10mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 0.785kg/m, or 0.53lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 11mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 0.95kg/m, or 0.64lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 12mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 1.13kg/m, or 0.76lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 13mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 1.33kg/m, or 0.89lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 14mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 1.54kg/m, or 1.03lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 15mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 1.77kg/m, or 1.19lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 16mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 2.01kg/m, or 1.35lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 17mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 2.27kg/m, or 1.53lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 18mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 2.54kg/m, or 1.71lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 19mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 2.83kg/m, or 1.90lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 20mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 3.14kg/m, or 2.11lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 21mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 3.46kg/m, or 2.33lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 22mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 3.8kg/m, or 2.55lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 23mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 4.15kg/m, or 2.79lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 24mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 4.52kg/m, or 3.04lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 25mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 4.91kg/m, or 3.30lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 26mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 5.31kg/m, or 3.57lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 27mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 5.72kg/m, or 3.84lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 28mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 6.15kg/m, or 4.13lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 29mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 6.6kg/m, or 4.43lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 30mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 7.06kg/m, or 4.74lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 31mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 7.54kg/m, or 5.07lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 32mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 8.04kg/m, or 5.40lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 33mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 8.55kg/m, or 5.75lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 34mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 9.07kg/m, or 6.09lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 35mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 9.62kg/m, or 6.46lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 36mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 10.2kg/m, or 6.85lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 38mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 11.3kg/m, or 7.59lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 40mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 12.6kg/m, or 8.47lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 42mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 13.8kg/m, or 9.27lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 45mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 15.9kg/m, or 10.68lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 48mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 18.1kg/m, or 12.16lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 50mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 19.6kg/m, or 13.17lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 53mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 22kg/m, or 14.78lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 55mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 23.7kg/m, or 15.93lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 56mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 24.6kg/m, or 16.53lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 58mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 26.4kg/m, or 17.74lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 60mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 28.3kg/m, or 19.02lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 63mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 31.2kg/m, or 20.97lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 65mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 33.2kg/m, or 22.31lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 68mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 36.3kg/m, or 24.39lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 70mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 38.5kg/m, or 25.87lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 75mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 44.2kg/m, or 29.70lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 80mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 50.2kg/m, or 33.73lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 85mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 56.7kg/m, or 38.10lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 90mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 63.6kg/m, or 42.74lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 95mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 70.8kg/m, or 47.58lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 100mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 78.5kg/m, or 52.75lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 105mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 86.5kg/m, or 58.13lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 110mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 95kg/m, or 63.84lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 115mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 104kg/m, or 69.88lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 120mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 113kg/m, or 75.93lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 125mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 123kg/m, or 82.65lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 130mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 133kg/m, or 89.37lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 135mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 143kg/m, or 96.09lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 140mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 154kg/m, or 103.48lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 145mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 165kg/m, or 110.87lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 150mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 177kg/m, or 118.94lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 160mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 201kg/m, or 135.07lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 165mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 214kg/m, or 143.80lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 170mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 227kg/m, or 152.54lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 180mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 254kg/m, or 170.68lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 190mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 283kg/m, or 190.17lb/ft.

When the grade of a steel bar is 200mm, the theoretical weight of the bar is 314kg/m, or 211.00lb/ft.

## Conclusion

In general, the weight of a steel bar is an important consideration when determining its suitability for a particular application.

Knowing the theoretical weight can help engineers and fabricators determine how much material they need for a given project, as well as estimate the costs associated with purchasing and transporting the steel.