Standard Wastage Consideration for Building Materials

Steel Materials:

Allowable wastage for steel works is 3 %( i.e. cutting/bending wastage).

For reconciliation purpose, + or -2% allowable for rolling margin in this accounts.

Above 25mm dia of rods 5% wastage should be considered

Concrete Materials:

Concrete pouring or placing time & during loading, transportation lot of concrete it will be waste. So normally concrete wastage 3% considered.

Tiles Materials:

Tiles loading, transportation and placing time lot of broken and cutting it will be happened.

Tiles wastage normally 5% Considered.

Paint Materials:

Paints applying at the time some paints it will fall on the ground.so during time wastage it will be happen.

Paints wastage normally 2% Considered.

Granite Materials:

Granite materials loading, transportation and placing time lot of broken and cutting it will be happened.

Granite wastage normally 5% to 8% will be considered.

Bricks Materials:

Bricks materials loading, transportation and placing time lot of broken and cutting it will be happened.

Bricks wastage normally 5% will be considered

Cement Materials:

Cement materials loading, transportation, mixing, shifting & placing time lot of wastage it will be happened.

Cement materials wastage normally 1.5% to 2% will be considered.

Coarse Aggregate Materials:

Coarse aggregate materials loading, transportation and placing time lot of wastage it will be happened.

Coarse aggregate materials wastage normally 5% will be considered.

Fine Aggregate Materials:

Fine aggregate materials loading, transportation and placing time lot of wastage it will be happened.

Fine aggregate materials wastage normally 10% will be considered.

Structural Steel Materials:

Structural steel materials fabrication time lot of cutting and wastage it will be happened.

Structural steel materials wastage normally 5 to 10% will be considered.

 

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