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On these pages you will find the index of industry codes - SIC - to which HSB RS is accredited to certify its clients.

ALL groups apply for ISO 9001 Certification

* Indicates the groups that apply for ISO 14001 Certification

*15 Building Construction General Contractors And Operative Builders
This major group includes general contractors and operative builders primarily engaged in the construction of residential, farm, industrial, commercial, or other buildings. General building contractors who combine a special trade with the contracting are included in this major group.

*16 Heavy Construction Other Than Building Construction Contractors
This major group includes general contractors primarily engaged in heavy construction other than building, such as highways and streets, bridges, sewers, railroads, irrigation projects, flood control projects and marine construction, and special trade contractors primarily engaged in activities of a type that are clearly specialized to such heavy construction and are not normally performed on buildings or building-related projects. Specialized activities that are covered here include grading for highways and airport runways; guardrail construction; installation of highway signs; trenching; underwater rock removal; and asphalt and concrete construction of roads, highways, streets and public sidewalks. Establishments primarily engaged in specialized activities that may be performed on buildings or on other heavy construction projects are classified in Major Group 17. These include contractors primarily engaged in painting (including bridge painting and traffic lane painting), electrical work (including work on bridges, power lines, and power plants), and carpentry work.

*17 Construction Special Trade Contractors
This major group includes special trade contractors who undertake activities of a type that are specialized either to building construction, including work on mobile homes, or to both building and nonbuilding projects. These activities include painting (including bridge painting and traffic lane painting), electrical work (including work on bridges, power lines, and power plants), carpentry work, plumbing, heating, air-conditioning, roofing, and sheet metal work. Special trade contractors primarily engaged in activities that are clearly of a type specialized to heavy construction, such as grading for highways and airport runways; guardrail construction; installation of highway signs; underwater rock removal; and asphalt and concrete construction of roads, highways, streets, and public sidewalks are classified in Major Group 16. Special trade contractors may work on subcontract from the general contractor, performing only part of the work covered by the general contract, or they may work directly for the owner. Special trade contractors for the most part perform their work at the site of construction, although they also may have shops where they perform work incidental to the job site.

22 Textile Mill Products
This major group includes establishments engaged in performing any of the following operations: (1) preparation if fiber and subsequent manufacturing of yarn, thread, braids, twine, and cordage; (2) manufacturing broadwoven fabrics, narrow woven fabrics knit fabrics and carpets and rugs from yarn; (3) dyeing and finishing fiber, yarn, fabrics, and knit apparel; (4) coating, waterproofing, or otherwise treating fabrics; (5) the integrated manufacture of felt goods, lace goods, nonwoven fabrics, and miscellaneous textiles.

This classification makes no distinction between the two types of organization which operates in the textile industry: (1) the integrated mill which purchases materials, produces textiles and related articles within the establishment, and sells the finished products; and (2) the contract of commission mill which processes materials owned by others. Converters or other nonmanufacturing establishments which assign materials to contract mills for processing, other than knitting, are classified in nonmanufacturing industries; establishments which assign yarns to outside contractors or commission knitters for the production of knit products are classified in Industry Group 225

27 Printing, Publishing, And Allied Industries
This major group includes establishments engaged in printing by one or more common processes, such as letterpress; lithography (including offset), gravure, or screen; and those establishments which perform services for the printing trade, such as bookbinding and platemaking. This major group also includes establishments engaged in publishing newspapers, books, and periodicals, regardless of whether or not they do their own printing. News syndicates are classified in Services, Industry 7383. Establishments primarily engaged in textile printing and finishing fabrics are classified in Major Group 22, and those engaged in printing and stamping on fabric articles are classified in Industry 2396. Establishments manufacturing products that contain incidental printing, such as advertising or instructions, are classified according to the nature of the products for example, as cartons, bags, plastics film, or paper.

28 Chemicals And Allied Products
This major group includes establishments producing basic chemicals, and establishments manufacturing products by predominantly chemical processes. Establishments classified in this major group manufacture three general classes of products: (1) basic chemicals, such as acids, alkalies, salts, and organic chemicals; (2) chemical products to be used in further manufacture, such as synthetic fibers, plastics materials, dry colors, and pigments; and (3) finished chemical products to be used for ultimate consumption, such as drugs, cosmetics, and soaps; or to be used as materials or supplies in other industries, such as paints, fertilizers, and explosives. The mining of natural alkalies and other natural potassium, sodium, and boron compounds, of natural rock salt, and of other natural chemicals and fertilizers are classified in Mining, Industry Group 147. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonferrous metals and high-percentage ferroalloys are classified in Major Group 33; those manufacturing silicon carbide are classified in Major Group 32; those manufacturing baking powder, other leavening compounds, and starches are classified in Major Group 20; and those manufacturing artists' colors are classified in Major Group 39. Establishments primarily engaged in packaging, repackaging, and bottling of purchased chemical products, but not engaged in manufacturing chemicals and allied products, are classified in Wholesale or Retail Trade industries.

*30 Rubber And Miscellaneous Plastics Products
This major group includes establishments manufacturing products, not elsewhere classified, from plastics resins and from natural, synthetic, or reclaimed rubber, gutta percha, balata, or gutta siak. Numerous products made from these materials are included in other major groups, such as boats in Major Group 37, and toys, buckles, and buttons. in Major Group 39. This group includes establishments primarily manufacturing tires, but establishments primarily recapping and retreading automobile tires are classified in services, Industry 7534. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic rubber and synthetic plastics resins are classified in Industry Group 282.

32 Stone, Clay, Glass, And Concrete Products
This major group includes establishments engaged in manufacturing flat glass and other glass products, cement, structural clay products, pottery, concrete and gypsum products, cut stone, abrasive and asbestos products, and other products from materials taken principally from the earth in the form of stone, clay, and sand. When separate reports are available for mines and quarries operated by manufacturing establishments classified in this major group, the mining and quarrying activities are classified in Division B, Mining. When separate reports are not available, the mining and quarrying activities, other than those of Industry 3295, are classified herein with the manufacturing operations. If separate reports are not available for crushing, grinding, and other preparation activities of Industry 3295, these establishments are classified in Division B, Mining.

*33 Primary Metal Industries
This major group includes establishments engaged in smelting and refining ferrous and nonferrous metals from ore, pig, or scrap; in rolling, drawing, and alloying metals; in manufacturing castings and other basic metal products; and in manufacturing nails, spikes, and insulated wire and cable. This major group includes the production of coke. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal forgings or stampings are classified in Industry Group 346.

*34 Fabricated Metal Products, Except Machinery And Transportation Equipment
This major group includes establishments engaged in fabricating ferrous and nonferrous metal products, such as metal cans, tinware, handtools, cutlery, general hardware, nonelectric heating apparatus, fabricated structural metal products, metal forgings, metal stampings, ordnance (except vehicles and guided missiles), and a variety of metal and wire products, not elsewhere classified. Certain important segments of the metal fabricating industries are classified in other major groups, such as machinery in Major Groups 35 and 36; transportation equipment, including tanks, in Major Group 37; professional scientific and controlling instruments, watches, and clocks in Major Group 38; and jewelry and silverware in Major Group 39. Establishments primarily engaged in producing ferrous and nonferrous metals and their alloys are classified in Major Group 33.

*35 Industrial And Commercial Machinery And Computer Equipment
This major group includes establishments engaged in manufacturing industrial and commercial machinery and equipment and computers. Included are the manufacture of engines and turbines; farm and garden machinery; construction, mining, and oil field machinery; elevators and conveying equipment; hoists, cranes, monorails, and industrial trucks and tractors; metalworking machinery; special industry machinery; general industrial machinery; computer and peripheral equipment and office machinery; and refrigeration and service industry machinery. Machines powered by built-in or detachable motors ordinarily are included in this major group, with the exception of electrical household appliances. Power-driven handtools are included in this major group, whether electric or otherwise driven. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electrical equipment are classified in Major Group 36, and those manufacturing handtools, except powered, are classified in Major Group 34.

36 Electronic And Other Electrical Equipment And Components, Except Computer Equipment
This major group includes establishments engaged in manufacturing machinery, apparatus, and supplies for the generation, storage, transmission, transformation, and utilization of electrical energy. Included are the manufacturing of electricity distribution equipment; electrical industrial apparatus; household appliances; electrical lighting and wiring equipment; radio and television receiving equipment; communications equipment; electronic components and accessories; and other electrical equipment and supplies. The manufacture of household appliances is included in this group, but industrial machinery and equipment powered by built-in or detachable electric motors is classified in Major Group 35. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing instruments are classified in Major Group 38.

37 Transportation Equipment
This major group includes establishments engaged in manufacturing equipment for transportation of passengers and cargo by land, air, and water. Important products produced by establishments classified in this major group include motor vehicles, aircraft, guided missiles and space vehicles, ships, boats, railroad equipment, and miscellaneous transportation equipment, such as motorcycles, bicycles, and snowmobiles. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing mobile homes are classified in Industry 2451. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing equipment used for moving materials on farms; in mines and on construction sites; in individual plants; in airports; or on other locations off the highway are classified in Major Group 35.

38 Measuring, Analyzing, And Controlling Instruments; Photographic, Medical And Optical Goods; Watches And Clocks
This major group includes establishments engaged in manufacturing instruments (including professional and scientific) for measuring, testing, analyzing, and controlling, and their associated sensors and accessories; optical instruments and lenses; surveying and drafting instruments; hydrological, hydrographic, meteorological, and geophysical equipment; search, detection, navigation, and guidance systems and equipment; surgical, medical, and dental instruments, equipment, and supplies; ophthalmic goods; photographic equipment and supplies; and watches and clocks.

39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industries
This major group includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing products not classified in any other manufacturing major group. Industries in this group fall into the following categories: jewelry, silverware, and plated ware; musical instruments; dolls, toys, games, and sporting and athletic goods; pens, pencils, and artists' materials; buttons, costume novelties, miscellaneous notions; brooms and brushes; caskets; and other miscellaneous manufacturing industries.

40 Railroad Transportation
This major group includes establishments furnishing transportation by line-haul railroad, and switching and terminal establishments. Railways serving a single municipality, contiguous municipalities, or a municipality and its suburban areas are classified in Major Group 41. Other services related to railroad transportation are classified in Major Group 47. Lessors of railroad property are classified in Real Estate, Industry 6517.

41 Local and Suburban Transit and Interurban Highway Passenger Transportation
This major group includes establishments primarily engaged in furnishing local and suburban passenger transportation, such as those providing passenger transportation within a single municipality, contiguous municipalities, or a municipality and its suburban areas, by bus, rail, or subway, either separately or in combination, and establishments engaged in furnishing transportation to local scenic features. Also included are establishments primarily engaged in furnishing highway passenger transportation and establishments furnishing highway passenger terminal or maintenance facilities. Intercity bus lines are included in this major group, but interurban railways are classified in Major Group 40.

42 Motor Freight Transportation and Warehousing
This major group includes establishments furnishing local or long-distance trucking or transfer services, or those engaged in the storage of farm products, furniture and other household goods, or commercial goods of any nature. The operation of terminal facilities for handling freight, with or without maintenance facilities, is also included. Establishments primarily engaged in the storage of natural gas are classified in Industry 4922. Field warehousing is classified in Services, Industry 7389. Establishments of the United States Postal Service are classified in Major Group 43.

43 United States Postal Service
This major group includes all establishments of the United States Postal Service. Post Office contract stations are classified in Services, Industry 7389. Establishments primarily transporting mail on a contract basis for the Unites States Postal Service are classified in Industry Group 421 and Major Group 45. Private postal services primarily engaged in the delivery of unaddressed advertising materials are classified in Services, Industry 7319, and private establishments delivering individually addressed letters, parcels, and packages are classified in Industry Group 421 and Major Group 45.

44 Water Transportation
This major group includes establishments engaged in freight and passenger transportation on the open seas or inland waters, and establishments furnishing such incidental services as lighterage, towing, and canal operation. This major group also includes excursion boats, sight-seeing boats, and water taxis. Cargo handling operations when carried on by transportation companies and separately reported are classified in Industry 4491. When separate reports for cargo handling are not available, these operations are classified with the transportation establishment. Establishments engaged in the operation of charter or party fishing boats are classified in Services, Industry 7999.

45 Transportation by Air
This major group includes establishments engaged in furnishing domestic and foreign transportation by air and also those operating airports and flying fields and furnishing terminal services. Establishments primarily engaged in performing services which may incidentally use airplanes (e.g., crop dusting and aerial photography) are classified according to the service performed.

46 Pipelines, Except Natural Gas
This major group includes establishments primarily engaged in the pipeline transportation of petroleum and other commodities, except natural gas. Pipelines operated by petroleum producing or refining companies and separately reported are included. Establishments primarily engaged in natural gas transmission are classified in Industry 4922.

49 Electric, Gas, And Sanitary Services
This major group includes establishments engaged in the generation, transmission, and/or distribution of electricity or gas or steam. Such establishments may be combinations of any of the above three services and also include other types of services, such as transportation, communications, and refrigeration. Water and irrigation systems, and sanitary systems engaged in the collection and disposal of garbage, sewage, and other wastes by means of destroying or processing materials, are also included. If one service of a combination system does not constitute 95 percent or more of revenues, the establishment should be classified as a combination in Industry Group 493, with the subgroup being determined by the major service supplied.

50 Wholesale Trade-durable Goods
This major group includes establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of durable goods.

51 Wholesale Trade-non-durable Goods
This major group includes establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of non-durable goods.

55 Automotive Dealers And Gasoline Service Stations
This major group includes retail dealers selling new and used automobiles, boats, recreational vehicles, utility trailers, and motorcycles including mopeds; those selling new automobile parts and accessories; and gasoline service stations. Automobile repair shops maintained by establishments engaged in the sale of new automobiles are also included. Establishments primarily engaged in selling used automobile parts are classified in Wholesale Trade, Industry 5015.

58 Eating and Drinking Places
This major group includes retail establishments selling prepared foods and drinks for consumption on the premises; and also lunch counters and refreshment stands selling prepared foods and drinks for immediate consumption. Restaurants, lunch counters, and drinking places operated as a subordinate service facility by other establishments are not included in this industry, unless they are operated as leased departments by outside operators. Thus, restaurants and lunch counters operated by hotels are classified in Services, Major Group 70; those operated by department stores in Major Group 53. Bars and restaurants owned by and operated for members of civic, social, and fraternal associations only are classified in Industry 8641. Mobile food and dairy wagons are classified in Industry 5963.

64 Insurance Agents, Brokers, And Service
This major group includes agents and brokers dealing in insurance, and also organizations offering services to insurance companies and to policy holders.

70 Hotels, Rooming Houses, Camps, and Other Lodging Places
This major group includes commercial and noncommercial establishments engaged in furnishing lodging, or lodging and meals, and camping space and camping facilities.

*73 Business Services
This major group includes establishments primarily engaged in rendering services, not elsewhere classified, to business establishments on a contract or fee basis, such as advertising, credit reporting, collection of claims, mailing, reproduction, stenographic, news syndicates, computer programming, photocopying, duplicating, data processing, services to buildings, and help supply services. Establishments primarily engaged in providing engineering, accounting, research, management, and related services are classified in Major Group 87. Establishments which provide specialized services closely allied to activities covered in other divisions are classified in such divisions.

75 Automotive Repair, Services, And Parking
This major group includes establishments primarily engaged in furnishing automotive repair, rental, leasing, and parking services to the general public. Similar facilities owned and operated by concerns for their own use and not for the general public are treated as auxiliary establishments. Establishments primarily engaged in finance leasing of passenger cars and trucks are classified in Finance, Industry 6159. Automotive repair shops operated by establishments engaged in the sale of new automobiles are classified in Retail Trade, Industry 5511; and those operated by gasoline service stations are classified in Retail Trade, Industry 5541. Repair shops of railroad companies are classified in Railroad Transportation, Major Group 40; and establishments repairing ships and boats are classified in Manufacturing, Industry Group 373.

76 Miscellaneous Repair Services
This major group includes establishments engaged in miscellaneous repair services. It does not include some repair services of which the most important are: repair to structures, which is classified in Construction, Division C; electronic computer and computer peripheral equipment repair, which is classified in Industry 7378; automotive repair, which is classified in Industry Group 753; clothing repair, which is classified in Industry 7219; and shoe repair, which is classified in Industry 7251.

82 Educational Services
This major group includes establishments providing academic or technical instruction. Also included are establishments providing educational services such as libraries, student exchange programs, and curriculum development. Schools for the instruction of beauticians and cosmetologists are classified in Industry 7231, and barber colleges are classified in Industry 7241. Establishments primarily engaged in providing job training for the unemployed, the underemployed, the handicapped, and to persons who have a job market disadvantage because of lack of education, job skill or experience are classified in Industry 8331.
 
*87 Engineering, Accounting, Research, Management, And Related Services
This major group includes establishments primarily engaged in providing engineering, architectural, and surveying services; accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping services; research, development, and testing services; and management and public relations services.

91 Executive, Legislative, and General Government, Except Finance
This major group includes offices of executives, legislative bodies, and general government offices, not elsewhere classified.

92 Justice, Public Order, and Safety
This major group includes government establishments engaged in justice, public order and safety.

93 Public Finance, Taxation, and Monetary Policy
This major group includes government establishments primarily engaged in public finance, taxation, and monetary policy.

94 Administration of Human Resource Programs
This major group includes government establishments primarily engaged in the administration of human resource programs.

95 Administration of environmental Quality and Housing Programs
This major group includes government establishments primarily engaged in the administration of environmental quality and housing programs.

96 Administration of Economic Programs 
This major group includes government establishments primarily engaged in the administration of economic programs

97 National Security and International Affairs
This major group includes government establishments primarily engaged in national security and international affairs.

152 General Building Contractors-residential
153 Operative Builders
154 General Building Contractors-nonresidential
161 Highway And Street Construction, Except
162 Heavy Construction, Except Highway And Street
171 Plumbing, Heating And Air-conditioning
172 Painting And Paper Hanging
173 Electrical Work
174 Masonry, Stonework, Tile Setting, And Plastering
175 Carpentry And Floor Work
176 Roofing, Siding, And Sheet Metal Work
177 Concrete Work
178 Water Well Drilling
179 Miscellaneous Special Trade Contractors
278 Blankbooks, Looseleaf Binders, And Bookbinding
281 Industrial Inorganic Chemicals
282 Plastics Materials And Synthetic Resins, Synthetic
283 Drugs
284 Soap, Detergents, And Cleaning Preparations;
285 Paints, Varnishes, Lacquers, Enamels, And Allied
286 Industrial Organic Chemicals
287 Agricultural Chemicals
289 Miscellaneous Chemical Products
301 Tires And Inner Tubes
302 Rubber And Plastics Footwear
305 Gaskets, Packing, And Sealing Devices And Rubber
306 Fabricated Rubber Products, Not Elsewhere
308 Miscellaneous Plastics Products
321 Flat Glass
322 Glass And Glassware, Pressed Or Blown
323 Glass Products, Made Of Purchased Glass
324 Cement, Hydraulic
325 Structural Clay Products
326 Pottery And Related Products
327 Concrete, Gypsum, And Plaster Products
328 Cut Stone And Stone Products
329 Abrasive, Asbestos, And Miscellaneous
331 Steel Works, Blast Furnaces, And Rolling And
332 Iron And Steel Foundries
333 Primary Smelting And Refining Of Nonferrous
334 Secondary Smelting And Refining Of Nonferrous
335 Rolling, Drawing, And Extruding Of Nonferrous
336 Nonferrous Foundries (castings)
339 Miscellaneous Primary Metal Products
341 Metal Cans And Shipping Containers
342 Cutlery, Handtools, And General Hardware
343 Heating Equipment, Except Electric And Warm Air;
344 Fabricated Structural Metal Products
345 Screw Machine Products, And Bolts, Nuts, Screws, Rivets, And Washers
346 Metal Forgings And Stampings
347 Coating, Engraving, And Allied Services
348 Ordnance And Accessories, Except Vehicles And
349 Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Products
351 Engines And Turbines
352 Farm And Garden Machinery And Equipment
353 Construction, Mining, And Materials Handling
354 Metalworking Machinery And Equipment
355 Special Industry Machinery, Except Metalworking
356 General Industrial Machinery And Equipment
357 Computer And Office Equipment
358 Refrigeration And Service Industry Machinery
359 Miscellaneous Industrial And Commercial
361 Electric Transmission And Distribution Equipment
362 Electrical Industrial Apparatus
363 Household Appliances
364 Electric Lighting And Wiring Equipment
365 Household Audio And Video Equipment, And Audio
366 Communications Equipment
367 Electronic Components And Accessories
369 Miscellaneous Electrical Machinery, Equipment
371 Motor Vehicles And Motor Vehicle Equipment
372 Aircraft And Parts
374 Railroad Equipment
376 Guided Missiles And Space Vehicles And Parts
382 Laboratory Apparatus And Analytical, Optical
391 Jewelry, Silverware, And Plated Ware
393 Musical Instruments
394 Dolls, Toys, Games And Sporting And Athletic
395 Pens, Pencils, And Other Artists' Materials
396 Costume Jewelry, Costume Novelties, Buttons, And
399 Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industries
491 Electric Services
501 Motor Vehicles And Motor Vehicle Parts And
502 Furniture And Home Furnishings
503 Lumber And Other Construction Materials
504 Professional And Commercial Equipment And
505 Metals And Minerals, Except Petroleum
506 Electrical Goods
507 Hardware, And Plumbing And Heating Equipment
508 Machinery, Equipment, And Supplies
509 Miscellaneous Durable Goods
511 Paper And Paper Products
512 Drugs, Drug Proprietaries, And Druggists' Sundries
513 Apparel, Piece Goods, And Notions
514 Groceries And Related Products
515 Farm-product Raw Materials
516 Chemicals And Allied Products
517 Petroleum And Petroleum Products
518 Beer, Wine, And Distilled Alcoholic Beverages
519 Miscellaneous Non-durable Goods
551 Motor Vehicle Dealers (new And Used)
552 Motor Vehicle Dealers (used Only)
553 Auto And Home Supply Stores
554 Gasoline Service Stations
555 Boat Dealers
556 Recreational Vehicle Dealers
557 Motorcycle Dealers
559 Automotive Dealers, Not Elsewhere Classified
641 Insurance Agents, Brokers, And Service
731 Advertising
732 Consumer Credit Reporting Agencies, Mercantile
733 Mailing, Reproduction, Commercial Art And
734 Services To Dwellings And Other Buildings
735 Miscellaneous Equipment Rental And Leasing
736 Personnel Supply Services
738 Miscellaneous Business Services
751 Automotive Rental And Leasing, Without Drivers
752 Automobile Parking
753 Automotive Repair Shops
754 Automotive Services, Except Repair
762 Electrical Repair Shops
769 Miscellaneous Repair Shops And Related Services
821 Elementary And Secondary Schools
822 Colleges, Universities, Professional Schools, And
823 Libraries
824 Vocational Schools
829 Schools And Educational Services, Not Elsewhere
871 Engineering, Architectural, And Surveying
873 Research, Development, And Testing Services
874 Management And Public Relations Services
1521 General Contractors-single-family Houses
1522 General Contractors-residential Buildings, Other Than Single-family
1531 Operative Builders
1541 General Contractors-industrial Buildings And Warehouses
1542 General Contractors-nonresidential Buildings, Other Than Industrial
1611 Highway And Street Construction, Except Elevated Highways
1622 Bridge, Tunnel, And Elevated Highway Construction
1623 Water, Sewer, Pipeline, And Communications And Power Line
1629 Heavy Construction, Not Elsewhere Classified
1711 Plumbing, Heating And Air-conditioning
1721 Painting And Paper Hanging
1731 Electrical Work
1741 Masonry, Stone Setting, And Other Stone Work
1742 Plastering, Drywall, Acoustical, And Insulation Work
1743 Terrazzo, Tile, Marble, And Mosaic Work
1751 Carpentry Work
1752 Floor Laying And Other Floor Work, Not Elsewhere Classified
1761 Roofing, Siding, And Sheet Metal Work
1771 Concrete Work
1781 Water Well Drilling
1791 Structural Steel Erection
1793 Glass And Glazing Work
1794 Excavation Work
1795 Wrecking And Demolition Work
1796 Installation Or Erection Of Building Equipment, Not Elsewhere
1799 Special Trade Contractors, Not Elsewhere Classified
2782 Blankbooks, Looseleaf Binders And Devices
2789 Bookbinding And Related Work

2812 Alkalies And Chlorine
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing alkalies and chlorine. Establishments primarily engaged in mining natural alkalies are classified in Mining, Industry 1474.

Alkalies, not produced at mines Caustic potash Caustic soda Chlorine compressed or liquefied Potassium carbonate Potassium hydroxide Sal soda (washing soda) Soda ash not produced at mines Sodium bicarbonate not produced at mines Sodium carbonate (soda ash) not produced at mines Sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) Washing soda (sal soda)

2813 Industrial Gases
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial gases (including organic) for sale in compressed, liquid, and solid forms. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fluorine and sulfur dioxide are classified in Industry 2819; those manufacturing household ammonia are classified in Industry 2842; those manufacturing other ammonia are classified in Industry 2873; those manufacturing chlorine are classified in Industry 2812; and those manufacturing fluorocarbon gases are classified in Industry 2869. Distributors of industrial gases and establishments primarily engaged in shipping liquid oxygen are classified in Wholesale Trade, Industry 5169.

2816 Inorganic Pigments
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing inorganic pigments. Important products of this industry include black pigments, except carbon black, white pigments, and color pigments. Organic color pigments, except animal black and bone black, are classified in Industry 2865, and those manufacturing carbon black are classified in Industry 2895.

Animal black Barium sulfate, precipitated (blanc fixe) Barytes pigments Black pigments, except carbon black Blanc fixe (barium sulfate, precipitated) Bone black Chrome pigments: chrome green, chrome yellow, chrome orange, and Color pigments, inorganic Ferric oxide pigments Iron blue pigments Iron colors Iron oxide, black Iron oxide, magnetic Iron oxide, yellow Lamp black Lead oxide pigments Lead pigments Litharge Lithopone Metallic pigments, inorganic Mineral colors and pigments Minium (pigments) Ochers Paint pigments, inorganic Pearl essence Pigments, inorganic Prussian blue pigments Red lead pigments Satin white pigments Siennas Titanium pigments Ultramarine pigments Umbers Vermilion pigments White lead pigments Whiting Zinc oxide pigments Zinc pigments: zinc yellow and zinc sulfide

2819 Industrial Inorganic Chemicals, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial inorganic chemicals, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in mining, milling, or otherwise preparing natural potassium, sodium, or boron compounds (other than common salt) are classified in Industry 1474. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household bleaches are classified in Industry 2842; those manufacturing phosphoric acid are classified in Industry 2874; and those manufacturing nitric acid, anhydrous ammonia, and other nitrogenous fertilizer materials are classified in Industry 2873.

Activated carbon and charcoal Alkali metals Alumina Aluminum chloride Aluminum compounds Aluminum hydroxide (alumina trihydrate) Aluminum oxide Aluminum sulfate Alums Ammonia alum Ammonium chloride, hydroxide, and molybdate Ammonium compounds, except for fertilizer Ammonium perchlorate Ammonium thiosulfate Barium compounds Bauxite, refined Beryllium oxide Bleach (calcium hypochlorite), industrial Bleach (sodium hypochlorite), industrial Bleaches, industrial Bleaching powder, industrial Borax (sodium tetraborate) Boric acid Boron compounds, not produced at mines Borosilicate Brine Bromine, elemental Calcium carbide, chloride, and hypochlorite Calcium compounds, inorganic Calcium metal Carbide Catalysts, chemical Cerium salts Cesium metal Charcoal, activated Chlorosulfonic acid Chromates and bichromates Chromic acid Chromium compounds, inorganic Chromium salts Cobalt 60 (radioactive) Cobalt chloride Cobalt sulfate Copper chloride Copper iodide and oxide Copper sulfate Cyanides Desiccants, activated: silica gel Dichromates Ferric chloride Ferric oxides, except pigments Ferrocyanides Fissionable material production Fluorine, elemental Fuel propellants, solid: inorganic Fuels, high energy: inorganic Glauber's salt Heavy water High purity grade chemicals, inorganic: refined from technical grades Hydrated alumina silicate powder Hydrazine Hydrochloric acid Hydrocyanic acid Hydrofluoric acid Hydrogen peroxide Hydrogen sulfide Hydrosulfites Hypophosphites Indium chloride Inorganic acids, except nitric or phosphoric Iodides Iodine elemental Iodine, resublimed Iron sulphate Isotopes, radioactive Laboratory chemicals, inorganic Lead oxides, other than pigments Lead silicate Lime bleaching compounds Lithium compounds Lithium metal Luminous compounds, radium Magnesium carbonate Magnesium chloride Magnesium compounds, inorganic Manganese dioxide powder, synthetic Mercury chlorides (calomel, corrosive sublimate), except U.S.P. Mercury compounds, inorganic Mercury oxides Mercury, redistilled Metals, liquid Mixed acid Muriate of potash, not produced at mines Nickel ammonium sulfate Nickel carbonate Nickel compounds, inorganic Nickel sulfate Nuclear cores, inorganic Nuclear fuel reactor cores, inorganic Nuclear fuel scrap reprocessing Oleum (fuming sulfuric acid) Oxidation catalyst made from porcelain Perchloric acid Peroxides, inorganic Phosphates, except defluorinated and ammoniated Phosphorus and phosphorus oxychloride Potash alum Potassium aluminum sulfate Potassium bichromate and chromate Potassium bromide Potassium chlorate Potassium chloride Potassium compounds, inorganic: except potassium hydroxide and Potassium cyanide Potassium hypochlorate Potassium iodide Potassium metal Potassium nitrate and sulfate Potassium permanganate Propellants for missiles, solid: inorganic Radium chloride Radium luminous compounds Rare earth metal salts Reagent grade chemicals, inorganic: refined from technical grades Rubidium metal Salt cake (sodium sulfate) Salts of rare earth metals Scandium Silica gel Silica, amorphous Silico-fluorides Silver bromide, chloride, and nitrate Silver compounds, inorganic Soda alum Sodium aluminate Sodium aluminum sulfate Sodium antimoniate Sodium arsenite, technical Sodium bichromate and chromate Sodium borates Sodium borohydride Sodium bromide, not produced at mines Sodium chlorate Sodium compounds, inorganic Sodium cyanide Sodium hydrosulfite Sodium molybdate Sodium perborate Sodium peroxide Sodium phosphate Sodium polyphosphate Sodium silicate Sodium silicofluoride Sodium stannate Sodium sulfate-bulk or tablets Sodium tetraborate not produced at mines Sodium thiosulfate Sodium tungstate Sodium uranate Sodium, metallic Stannic and stannous chloride Strontium carbonate precipitated and oxide Strontium nitrate Sublimate corrosive Sulfate of potash and potash magnesia, not produced at mines Sulfides and sulfites Sulfocyanides Sulfur chloride Sulfur dioxide Sulfur hexafluoride gas Sulfur recovered or refined including from sour natural gas Sulfuric acid Tanning agents synthetic inorganic Thiocyanates, inorganic Tin chloride Tin compounds, inorganic Tin oxide Tin salts Tungsten carbide powder except abrasives or by metallurgical process Uranium slug, radioactive Water glass Zinc chloride

2821 Plastics Materials, Synthetic Resins, And Nonvulcanizable Elastomers
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic resins, plastics materials, and nonvulcanizable elastomers. Important products of this industry include: cellulose plastics materials; phenolic and other tar acid resins; urea and melamine resins; vinyl resins; styrene resins; alkyd resins; acrylic resins; polyethylene resins; polypropylene resins; rosin modified resins; coumarone-indene and petroleum polymer resins; miscellaneous resins, including polyamide resins, silicones, polyisobutylenes, polyesters, polycarbonate resins, acetal resins, and fluorohydrocarbon resins; and casein plastics. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fabricated plastics products or plastics film, sheet, rod, non-textile monofilaments and regenerated cellulose products, and vulcanized fiber are classified in Industry Group 308, whether from purchased resins or from resins produced in the same plant. Establishments primarily engaged in compounding purchased resins are classified in Industry 3087. Establishments primarily manufacturing adhesives are classified in Industry 2891.

Acetal resins Acetate cellulose (plastics) Acrylic resins Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene resins Alcohol resins, polyvinyl Alkyd resins Allyl resins Butadiene copolymers, containing less than 50 percent butadiene Carbohydrate plastics Casein plastics Cellulose nitrate resins Cellulose propionate (plastics) Coal tar resins Condensation plastics Coumarone-indene resins Cresol resins Cresol-furfural resins Dicyandiamine resins Diisocyanate resins Elastomers, nonvulcanizable (plastics) Epichlorohydrin bisphenol Epichlorohydrin diphenol Epoxy resins Ester gum Ethyl cellulose plastics Ethylene-vinyl acetate resins Fluorohydrocarbon resins Ion exchange resins Ionomer resins Isobutylene polymers Lignin plastics Melamine resins Methyl acrylate resins Methyl cellulose plastics Methyl methacrylate resins Molding compounds, plastics Nitrocellulose plastics (pyroxylin) Nylon resins Petroleum polymer resins Phenol-furfural resins Phenolic resins Phenoxy resins Phthalic alkyd resins Phthalic anhydride resins Polyacrylonitrile resins Polyamide resins Polycarbonate resins Polyesters Polyethylene resins Polyhexamethylenediamine adipamide resins Polyisobutylenes Polymerization plastics, except fibers Polypropylene resins Polystyrene resins Polyurethane resins Polyvinyl chloride resins Polyvinyl halide resins Polyvinyl resins Protein plastics Pyroxylin Resins, synthetic Rosin modified resins Silicone fluid solution (fluid for sonar transducers) Silicone resins Soybean plastics Styrene resins Styrene-acrylonitrile resins Tar acid resins Urea resins Vinyl resins

2822 Synthetic Rubber (vulcanizable Elastomers)
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic rubber by polymerization or copolymerization. An elastomer for the purpose of this classification is a rubber-like material capable of vulcanization, such as copolymers of butadiene and styrene, or butadiene and acrylonitrile, polybutadienes, chloroprene rubbers, and isobutylene-isoprene copolymers. Butadiene copolymers containing less than 50 percent butadiene are classified in Industry 2821. Natural chlorinated rubbers and cyclized rubbers are considered as semifinished products and are classified in Industry 3069.

Acrylate type rubbers Acrylate-butadiene rubbers Acrylic rubbers Butadiene rubbers Butadiene-acrylonitrile copolymers (more than 50 percent butadiene) Butadiene-styrene copolymers (more than 50 percent butadiene) Butyl rubber Chlorinated rubbers, synthetic Chloroprene type rubbers Chlorosulfonated polyethylenes Cyclo rubbers, synthetic Elastomers, vulcanizable (synthetic rubber) Epichlorohydrin elastomers Estane Ethylene-propylene rubbers Fluoro rubbers Fluorocarbon derivative rubbers Isobutylene-isoprene rubbers Isocyanate type rubber Isoprene rubbers, synthetic Neoprene Nitrile type rubber Nitrile-butadiene rubbers Nitrile-chloroprene rubbers Polybutadienes Polyethylenes, chlorosulfonated Polyisobutylene (synthetic rubber) Polyisobutylene-isoprene elastomers Polymethylene rubbers Polysulfides Pyridine-butadiene copolymers Pyridine-butadiene rubbers Rubber, synthetic Silicone rubbers Stereo regular elastomers Styrene-butadiene rubbers (50 percent or less styrene content) Styrene-chloroprene rubbers Styrene-isoprene rubbers Thiol rubbers Urethane rubbers Vulcanized oils

2823 Cellulosic Manmade Fibers
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cellulosic fibers (including cellulose acetate and regenerated cellulose such as rayon by the viscose or cuprammonium process) in the form of monofilament, yarn, staple, or tow suitable for further manufacturing on spindles, looms, knitting machines, or other textile processing equipment.

Acetate fibers Cellulose acetate monofilament, yarn, staple, or tow Cellulose fibers, manmade Cigarette tow cellulosic fiber Cuprammonium fibers Fibers, rayon Horsehair artificial rayon Nitrocellulose fibers Rayon primary products: fibers, straw strips, and yarn Rayon yarn, made in chemical plants Regenerated cellulose fibers Textured yarns and fibers, cellulosic made in chemical plants Triacetate fibers Viscose fibers, bands, strips and yarn Yarn cellulosic: made in chemical plants

2824 Manmade Organic Fibers, Except Cellulosic
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing manmade organic fibers, except cellulosic (including those of regenerated proteins, and of polymers or copolymers of such components as vinyl chloride, vinylidene chloride, linear esters, vinyl alcohols, acrylonitrile, ethylenes, amides, and related polymeric materials), in the form of monofilament, yarn, staple, or tow suitable for further manufacturing on spindles, looms, knitting machines, or other textile processing equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing textile glass fibers are classified in Industry 3229.

Acrylic fibers Acrylonitrile fibers Anidex fibers Casein fibers Elastomeric fibers Fibers, manmade except cellulosic Fluorocarbon fibers Horsehair, artificial nylon Linear esters fibers Modacrylic fibers Nylon fibers and bristles Olefin fibers Organic fibers, synthetic except cellulosic Polyester fibers Polyvinyl ester fibers Polyvinylidene chloride fibers Protein fibers Saran fibers Soybean fibers (manmade textile materials) Textured fibers and yarns noncellulosic: made in chemical plants Vinyl fibers Vinylidene chloride fibers Zein fibers

2841 Soap And Other Detergents, Except Specialty Cleaners
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing soap, synthetic organic detergents, inorganic alkaline detergents, or any combination thereof, and establishments producing crude and refined glycerin from vegetable and animal fats and oils. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing shampoos or shaving products, whether from soap or synthetic detergents, are classified in Industry 2844; and those manufacturing synthetic glycerin are classified in Industry 2869.

Detergents, synthetic organic and inorganic alkaline Dishwashing compounds Dye removing cream, soap base Glycerin, crude and refined: from fats except synthetic Mechanics' paste Presoaks Scouring compounds Soap: granulated, liquid, cake, flaked, and chip Textile soap Washing compounds

2842 Specialty Cleaning, Polishing, And Sanitation Preparations
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing furniture, metal, and other polishes; waxes and dressings for fabricated leather and other materials; household, institutional, and industrial plant disinfectants; nonpersonal deodorants; drycleaning preparations; household bleaches; and other sanitation preparations. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial bleaches are classified in Industry 2819, and those manufacturing household pesticidal preparations are classified in Industry 2879.

Ammonia, household Aqua ammonia, household Beeswax, processing of Belt dressing Blackings Burnishing ink Chlorine bleaching compounds, household: liquid or dry Cleaning and polishing preparations Cloths, dusting and polishing: chemically treated Degreasing solvent Deodorants, nonpersonal Disinfectants, household and industrial plant Drain pipe solvents and cleaners Dressings for fabricated leather and other materials Drycleaning preparations Dust mats, gelatin Dusting cloths, chemically treated Dye removing cream, petroleum base Fabric softeners Floor wax emulsion Floor waxes Furniture polish and wax Glass window cleaning preparations Harness dressing Household bleaches, dry or liquid Industrial plant disinfectants and odorants Ink eradicators Ink, burnishing Leather dressings and finishes Lye, household Paint and wallpaper cleaners Polishes: furniture, automobile, metal, shoe, and stove Re-refining drycleaning fluid Rug, upholstery, and drycleaning detergents and spotters Rust removers Saddle soap Sanitation preparations Shoe cleaners and polishes Sodium hypochlorite (household bleach) Stain removers Starch preparations, laundry Starches, plastics Sweeping compounds, oil and water absorbent, clay or sawdust Wallpaper cleaners Wax removers Waxes for wood, fabricated leather, and other materials Window cleaning preparations

2843 Surface Active Agents, Finishing Agents, Sulfonated Oils
Establishments primarily engaged in producing surface active preparations for use as wetting agents, emulsifiers, and penetrants. Establishments engaged in producing sulfonated oils and fats and related products are also included.

Assistants, textile and leather processing Calcium salts of sulfonated oils, fats, or greases Cod oil, sulfonated Emulsifiers, except food and pharmaceutical Finishing agents, textile and leather Mordants Oil, turkey red Oils, soluble (textile assistants) Penetrants Sodium salts of sulfonated oils, fats, or greases Softeners (textile assistants) Soluble oils and greases Sulfonated oils, fats, and greases Surface active agents Textile processing assistants Textile scouring compounds and wetting agents Thin water (admixture)

2844 Perfumes, Cosmetics, And Other Toilet Preparations
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing perfumes (natural and synthetic), cosmetics, and other toilet preparations. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in blending and compounding perfume bases; and those manufacturing shampoos and shaving products, whether from soap or synthetic detergents. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic perfume and flavoring materials are classified in Industry 2869, and those manufacturing essential oils are classified in Industry 2899.

Bath salts Bay rum Body powder Colognes Concentrates, perfume Cosmetic creams Cosmetic lotions and oils Cosmetics Dentifrices Denture cleaners Deodorants, personal Depilatories, cosmetic Dressings, cosmetic Face creams and lotions Face powders Hair coloring preparations Hair preparations: dressings, rinses, tonics, and scalp conditioners Home permanent kits Lipsticks Manicure preparations Mouthwashes Perfume bases, blending and compounding Perfumes, natural and synthetic Sachet Shampoos, hair Shaving preparations: e.g., cakes, creams, lotions, powders, tablets Soap impregnated papers and paper washcloths Suntan lotions and oils Talcum powders Toilet creams, powders, and waters Toilet preparations Toothpastes and powders Towelettes, premoistened Washes, cosmetic

2851 Paints, Varnishes, Lacquers, Enamels, And Allied Products
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paints (in paste and ready-mixed form); varnishes; lacquers; enamels and shellac; putties, wood fillers, and sealers; paint and varnish removers; paint brush cleaners; and allied paint products. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing carbon black are classified in Industry 2895; those manufacturing bone black, lamp black, and inorganic color pigments are classified in Industry 2816; those manufacturing organic color pigments are classified in Industry 2865; those manufacturing plastics materials are classified in Industry 2821; those manufacturing printing ink are classified in Industry 2893; those manufacturing caulking compounds and sealants are classified in Industry 2891; those manufacturing artists' paints are classified in Industry 3952; and those manufacturing turpentine are classified in Industry 2861.

Calcimines, dry and paste Coating, air curing Colors in oil, except artists' Dispersions, thermoplastics and colloidal: paint Dopes, paint Driers, paint Enamels, except dental and china painting Epoxy coatings, made from purchased resin Intaglio ink vehicle Japans, baking and drying Kalsomines, dry or paste Lacquer bases and dopes Lacquer thinner Lacquer, clear and pigmented Lacquers, plastics Lead-in-oil paints Linoleates, paint driers Lithographic varnishes Marine paints Naphthanate driers Oleate driers Paint driers Paint removers Paintbrush cleaners Paints, asphalt and bituminous Paints, plastics texture: paste and dry Paints, waterproof Paints: oil and alkyd vehicle, and water thinned Phenol formaldehyde coatings, baking and air curing Plastics base paints and varnishes Plastisol coating compound Polyurethane coatings Primers, paint Putty Resinate driers Shellac, protective coating Soyate driers Stains: varnish, oil, and wax Tallate driers Thinners, paint: prepared Undercoatings, paint Varnish removers Varnishes Vinyl coatings, strippable Vinyl plastisol Water paints Wood fillers and sealers Wood stains Zinc oxide in oil, paint

2861 Gum And Wood Chemicals
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hardwood and softwood distillation products, wood and gum naval stores, charcoal, natural dyestuffs, and natural tanning materials. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic organic tanning materials are classified in Industry 2869, and those manufacturing synthetic organic dyes are classified in Industry 2865.

Acetate of lime, natural Acetone, natural Annato extract Brazilwood extract Brewers' pitch, product of softwood distillation Calcium acetate, product of hardwood distillation Charcoal, except activated Chestnut extract Dragon's blood Dyeing and extract materials, natural Dyestuffs, natural Ethyl acetate, natural Fustic wood extract Gambier extract Gum naval stores, processing but not gathering or warehousing Hardwood distillates Hemlock extract Logwood extract Mangrove extract Methanol, natural (wood alcohol) Methyl acetone Methyl alcohol, natural (wood alcohol) Myrobalans extract Naval stores, wood Oak extract Oils, wood product of hardwood distillation Pine oil, produced by distillation of pine gum or pine wood Pit charcoal Pitch, wood Pyroligneous acid Quebracho extract Quercitron extract Rosin, produced by distillation of pine gum or pine wood Softwood distillates Sumac extract Tall oil, except skimmings Tanning extracts and materials, natural Tar and tar oils, products of wood distillation Turpentine, produced by distillation of pine gum or pine wood Valonia extract Wattle extract Wood alcohol, natural Wood creosote Wood distillates

2865 Cyclic Organic Crudes And Intermediates, And Organic Dyes 
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cyclic organic crudes and intermediates, and organic dyes and pigments. Important products of this industry include: (1) aromatic chemicals, such as benzene, toluene, mixed xylenes naphthalene; (2) synthetic organic dyes; and (3) synthetic organic pigments. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing coal tar crudes in chemical recovery ovens are classified in Industry 3312, and petroleum refineries which produce such products as by-products of petroleum refining are classified in Industry 2911.

Acid dyes, synthetic Acids, coal tar: derived from coal tar distillation Alkylated dipheoylamines, mixed Alkylated phenol, mixed Aminoanthraquinone Aminoazobenzene Aminoazotoluene Aminophenol Aniline Aniline oil Anthracene Anthraquinone dyes Azine dyes Azo dyes Azobenzene Azoic dyes Benzaldehyde Benzene hexachloride (BHC) Benzene, made in chemical plants Benzoic acid Biological stains Chemical indicators Chlorobenzene Chloronaphthalene Chlorophenol Chlorotoluene Coal tar crudes, derived from coal tar distillation Coal tar distillates Coal tar intermediates Color lakes and toners Color pigments, organic: except animal black and bone black Colors, dry: lakes, toners, or full strength organic colors Colors, extended (color lakes) Cosmetic dyes, synthetic Creosote oil, made in chemical plants Cresols, made in chemical plants Cresylic acid, made in chemical plants Cyclic crudes, coal tar: product of coal tar distillation Cyclic intermediates, made in chemical plants Cyclohexane Diphenylamine Drug dyes, synthetic Dye (cyclic) intermediates Dyes, food: synthetic Dyes, synthetic organic Eosine toners Ethylbenzene Hydroquinone Isocyanates Lake red C toners Leather dyes and stains, synthetic Lithol rubine lakes and toners Maleic anhydride Methyl violet toners Naphtha, solvent: made in chemical plants Naphthalene chips and flakes Naphthalene, made in chemical plants Naphthol, alpha and beta Nitro dyes Nitroaniline Nitrobenzene Nitrophenol Nitroso dyes Oils: light, medium, and heavy: made in chemical plants Organic pigments (lakes and toners) Orthodichlorobenzene Paint pigments, organic Peacock blue lake Pentachlorophenol Persian orange lake Phenol Phloxine toners Phosphomolybdic acid lakes and toners Phosphotungstic acid lakes and toners Phthalic anhydride Phthalocyanine toners Pigment scarlet lake Pitch, product of coal tar distillation Pulp colors, organic Quinoline dyes Resorcinol Scarlet 2 R lake Stilbene dyes Styrene Styrene monomer Tar, product of coal tar distillation Toluene, made in chemical plants Toluidines Vat dyes, synthetic Xylene, made in chemical plants

2869 Industrial Organic Chemicals, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial organic chemicals, not elsewhere classified. Important products of this industry include: (1) aliphatic and other acyclic organic chemicals, such as ethylene, butylene, and butadiene; acetic, chloroacetic, adipic, formic, oxalic, and tartaric acids and their metallic salts; chloral, formaldehyde, and methylamine; (2) solvents, such as amyl, butyl, and ethyl alcohols; methanol; amyl, butyl, and ethyl acetates; ethyl ether, ethylene glycol ether, and diethylene glycol ether; acetone, carbon disulfide and chlorinated solvents, such as carbon tetrachloride, perchloroethylene, and trichloroethylene; (3) polyhydric alcohols, such as ethylene glycol, sorbitol, pentaerythritol, synthetic glycerin; (4) synthetic perfume and flavoring materials, such as coumarin, methyl salicylate, saccharin, citral, citronellal, synthetic geraniol, ionone, terpineol, and synthetic vanillin; (5) rubber processing chemicals, such as accelerators and antioxidants, both cyclic and acyclic; (6) plasticizers, both cyclic and acyclic, such as esters of phosphoric acid, phthalic anhydride, adipic acid, lauric acid, oleic acid, sebacic acid, and stearic acid; (7) synthetic tanning agents, such as naphthalene sulfonic acid condensates; (8) chemical warfare gases; and (9) esters, amines, etc., of polyhydric alcohols and fatty and other acids. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics materials and nonvulcanizable elastomers are classified in Industry 2821; those manufacturing synthetic rubber are classified in Industry 2822; those manufacturing essential oils are classified in Industry 2899; those manufacturing wood distillation products, naval stores and natural dyeing and tanning materials are classified in Industry 2861; those manufacturing manmade textile fibers are classified in Industries 2823 and 2824; those manufacturing specialty cleaning, polishing, and sanitation preparations are classified in Industry 2842; those manufacturing paints are classified in Industry 2851; those manufacturing area are classified in Industry 2873; those manufacturing organic pigments are classified in Industry 2865; those manufacturing inorganic pigments are classified in Industry 2816 and those manufacturing aliphatics and aromatics as by-products of petroleum refining are classified in Industry 2911. Distilleries engaged in the manufacture of grain alcohol for beverage purposes are classified in Industry 2085.

Acetaldehyde Acetates, except natural acetate of lime Acetic acid, synthetic Acetic anhydride Acetin Acetone, synthetic Acid esters and amines Acids, organic Acrolein Acrylonitrile Adipic acid Adipic acid esters Adiponitrile Alcohol, aromatic Alcohol, fatty: powdered Alcohol, methyl: synthetic (methanol) Alcohols, industrial: denatured (nonbeverage) Algin products Amyl acetate and alcohol Aspartome Bromochloromethane Butadiene, made in chemical plants Butyl acetate, alcohol, and propionate Butyl ester solution of 2, 4-D Butylene, made in chemical plants Calcium oxalate Camphor, synthetic Caprolactam Carbon bisulfide (disulfide) Carbon tetrachloride Casing fluids for curing fruits, spices, and tobacco Cellulose acetate, unplasticized Chemical warfare gases Chloral Chlorinated solvents Chloroacetic acid and metallic salts Chloroform Chloropicrin Citral Citrates Citric acid Citronellal Coumarin Cream of tartar Cyclopropane Decahydronaphthalene Dichlorodifluoromethane Diethylcyclohexane (mixed isomers) Diethylene glycol ether Dimethyl divinyl acetylene (di-isopropenyl acetylene) Dimethylhydrazine, unsymmetrical Enzymes, except diagnostic substances Esters of phosphoric, adipic, lauric, oleic, sebacic, and stearic acids Esters of phthalic anhydride Ethanol, industrial Ether Ethyl acetate, synthetic Ethyl alcohol, industrial (nonbeverage) Ethyl butyrate Ethyl cellulose, unplasticized Ethyl chloride Ethyl ether Ethyl formate Ethyl nitrite Ethyl perhydrophenanthrene Ethylene glycol Ethylene glycol ether Ethylene glycol, inhibited Ethylene oxide Ethylene, made in chemical plants Fatty acid esters and amines Ferric ammonium oxalate Flavors and flavoring materials, synthetic Fluorinated hydrocarbon gases Formaldehyde (formalin) Formic acid and metallic salts Fuel propellants, solid: organic Fuels, high energy: organic Geraniol, synthetic Glycerin, except from fats (synthetic) Grain alcohol, industrial (nonbeverage) Hexamethylenediamine Hexamethylenetetramine High purity grade chemicals, organic: refined from technical grades Hydraulic fluids, synthetic base Industrial organic cyclic compounds Ionone Isopropyl alcohol Ketone methyl ethyl Ketone, methyl isobutyl Laboratory chemicals, organic Lauric acid esters Lime citrate Malononitrile, technical grade Metallic salts of acyclic organic chemicals Metallic stearate Methanol, synthetic (methyl alcohol) Methyl chloride Methyl perhydrofluorine Methyl salicylate Methylamine Methylene chloride Monochlorodifluoromethane Monomethylparaminophenol sulfate Monosodium glutamate Mustard gas Naphthalene sulfonic acid condensates Naphthenic acid soap Normal hexyl decalin Nuclear fuels, organic Oleic acid esters Organic acid esters Organic chemicals, acyclic Oxalates Oxalic acid and metallic salts Pentaerythritol Perchloroethylene Perfume materials, synthetic Phosgene Phthalates Plasticizers, organic: cyclic and acyclic Polyhydric alcohol esters and amines Polyhydric alcohols Potassium bitartrate Propellants for missiles, solid: organic Propylene glycol Propylene, made in chemical plants Quinuclidinol ester of benzylic acid Reagent grade chemicals, organic: refined from technical grades, Rocket engine fuel, organic Rubber processing chemicals, organic: accelerators and antioxidants Saccharin Sebacic acid Silicones Sodium acetate Sodium alginate Sodium benzoate Sodium glutamate Sodium pentachlorophenate Sodium sulfoxalate formaldehyde Solvents, organic Sorbitol Stearic acid salts Sulfonated naphthalene Sweetners, synthetic Tackifiers, organic Tannic acid Tanning agents, synthetic organic Tartaric acid and metallic salts Tartrates Tear gas Terpineol Tert-butylated bis (p-phenoxyphenyl) ether fluid Tetrachloroethylene Tetraethyl lead Thioglycolic acid, for permanent wave lotions Trichloroethylene Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid Trichlorotrifluoroethane tetrachlorodifluoroethane isopropyl alcohol Tricresyl phosphate Tridecyl alcohol Trimethyltrithiophosphite (rocket propellants) Triphenyl phosphate Vanillin, synthetic Vinyl acetate

2873 Nitrogenous Fertilizers
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nitrogenous fertilizer materials or mixed fertilizers from nitrogenous materials produced in the same establishment. Included are ammonia fertilizer compounds and anhydrous ammonia, nitric acid, ammonium nitrate, ammonium sulfate and nitrogen solutions, urea, and natural organic fertilizers (except compost) and mixtures.

Ammonia liquor Ammonium nitrate and sulfate Anhydrous ammonia Aqua ammonia, made in ammonia plants Fertilizers, mixed: made in plants producing nitrogenous fertilizer Fertilizers: natural (organic), except compost Nitric acid Nitrogen solutions (fertilizer) Plant foods, mixed: made in plants producing nitrogenous fertilizer Urea

2874 Phosphatic Fertilizers
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing phosphatic fertilizer materials, or mixed fertilizers from phosphatic materials produced in the same establishment. Included are phosphoric acid; normal, enriched, and concentrated super-phosphates; ammonium phosphates; nitro-phosphates; and calcium meta-phosphates.

Ammonium phosphates Calcium meta-phosphates Defluorinated phosphates Diammonium phosphates Fertilizers, mixed: made in plants producing phosphatic fertilizer Phosphoric acid Plant foods, mixed: made in plants producing phosphatic fertilizer Super-phosphates, ammoniated and not ammoniated

2875 Fertilizers, Mixing Only
Establishments primarily engaged in mixing fertilizers from purchased fertilizer materials.

Compost Fertilizers, mixed: made in plants not manufacturing fertilizer Potting soil, mixed

2879 Pesticides And Agricultural Chemicals, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in the formulation and preparation of ready-to-use agricultural and household pest control chemicals, including insecticides, fungicides, and herbicides, from technical chemicals or concentrates; and the production of concentrates which require further processing before use as agricultural pesticides. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing or formulating agricultural chemicals, not elsewhere classified, such as minor or trace elements and soil conditioners. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing basic or technical agricultural pest control chemicals are classified in Industry Group 281 if the chemicals are inorganic and in Industry Group 286 if they are organic. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing agricultural lime products are classified in Major Group 32.

Agricultural disinfectants Agricultural pesticides Arsenates: calcium, copper, and lead-formulated Arsenites, formulated Bordeaux mixture Calcium arsenate and arsenite, formulated Cattle dips Copper arsenate, formulated Defoliants Elements, minor or trace (agricultural chemicals) Exterminating products, for household and industrial use Fly sprays Fungicides Growth regulants, agricultural Herbicides Household insecticides Insect powder, household Insecticides, agricultural Lead arsenate, formulated Lime-sulfur, dry and solution Lindane, formulated Moth repellants Nicotine and salts Nicotine bearing insecticides Paris green (insecticide) Pesticides, household Phytoactin Plant hormones Poison: ant, rat, roach, and rodent-household Pyrethrin bearing preparations Pyrethrin concentrates Rodenticides Rotenone bearing preparations Rotenone concentrates Sheep dips, chemical Sodium arsenite (formulated)pp(Soil conditioners Sulfur dust (insecticide) Thiocyanates, organic (formulated) Trace elements (agricultural chemicals) Xanthone (formulated)

2891 Adhesives And Sealants
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial and household adhesives, glues, caulking compounds, sealants, and linoleum, tile, and rubber cements from vegetable, animal, or synthetic plastics materials, purchased or produced in the same establishment. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing gelatin and sizes are classified in Industry 2899, and those manufacturing vegetable gelatin or agar-agar are classified in Industry 2833.

Adhesives Adhesives, plastics Caulking compounds Cement (cellulose nitrate base) Cement, linoleum Cement, mending Epoxy adhesives Glue, except dental: animal, vegetable, fish, casein, and syntheticresin Iron cement, household Joint compounds Laminating compounds Mucilage Paste, adhesive Porcelain cement, household Rubber cement Sealing compounds for pipe threads and joints Sealing compounds, synthetic rubber and plastics Wax, sealing

2892 Explosives
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing explosives. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ammunition for small arms are classified in Industry 3482, and those manufacturing fireworks are classified in Industry 2899.

Amatol (explosives) Azides (explosives) Blasting powder and blasting caps Carbohydrates, nitrated (explosives) Cordeau detonant (explosives) Cordite (explosives) Detonating caps for safety fuses Detonators (explosive compounds) Dynamite Explosive cartridges for concussion forming of metal Explosive compounds Explosives Fulminate of mercury (explosive compounds) Fuse powder Fuses, safety Gunpowder High explosives Lead azide (explosives) Mercury azide (explosives) Nitrocellulose powder (explosives) Nitroglycerin (explosives) Nitromannitol (explosives) Nitrostarch (explosives) Nitrosugars (explosives) Pentolite (explosives) Permissible explosives Picric acid (explosives) Powder, explosive: pellet, smokeless, and sporting Squibbs, electric Styphnic acid Tetryl (explosives)

2893 Printing Ink
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing printing ink, including gravure ink, screen process ink, and lithographic ink. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing writing ink and fluids are classified in Industry 2899, and those manufacturing drawing ink are classified in Industry 3952.

Bronze ink Flexographic ink Gold ink Gravure ink Ink, duplicating Letterpress ink Lithographic ink Offset ink Printing ink: base or finished Screen process ink

2895 Carbon Black
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing carbon black (channel and furnace black). Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bone and lamp black are classified in Industry 2816.

Carbon black Channel black Furnace black

2899 Chemicals And Chemical Preparations, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing miscellaneous chemical preparations, not elsewhere classified, such as fatty acids, essential oils, gelatin (except vegetable), sizes, bluing, laundry sours, writing and stamp pad ink, industrial compounds, such as boiler and heat insulating compounds, metal, oil, and water-treating compounds, waterproofing compounds, and chemical supplies for foundries. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing vegetable gelatin (agar-agar) are classified in Industry 2833; those manufacturing dessert preparations based on gelatin are classified in Industry 2099; those manufacturing printing ink are classified in Industry 2893; and those manufacturing drawing ink are classified in Industry 3952.

Acid resist for etching Acid, battery Anise oil Antifreeze compounds, except industrial alcohol Bay oil Binders (chemical foundry supplies) Bluing Boiler compounds, antiscaling Bombs, flashlight Caps, for toy pistols Carbon removing solvents Chemical cotton (processed cotton linters) Chemical supplies for foundries Citronella oil Concrete curing compounds (blends of pigments, waxes, and resins) Concrete hardening compounds Core oil and binders Core wash Core was Correction fluid Corrosion preventive lubricant, synthetic base: for jet engines Deicing fluid Desalter kits, sea water Dextrine sizes Drilling mud Dyes, household Essential oils Ethylene glycol antifreeze preparations Eucalyptus oil Esothermics for metal industries Facings (chemical foundry supplies) Fatty acids: margaric, oleic, and stearic Fire extinguisher charges Fire retardant chemical preparations Fireworks Flares Fluidifier (retarder) for concrete Fluorescent inspection oil Fluxes: brazing, soldering, galvanizing, and welding Foam charge mixtures Food contamination testing and screening kits Foundry supplies, chemical preparations Frit Fuel tank and engine cleaning chemicals, automotive and aircraft Fusees: highway, marine, and railroad Gelatin capsules, empty Gelatin: edible, technical, photographic, and pharmaceutical Glue size Grapefruit oil Grouting material (concrete mending compound) Gum sizes Gun slushing compounds Heat insulating compounds Heat treating salts Hydrofluoric acid compound, for etching and polishing glass Igniter grains, boron potassium nitrate Incense Industrial sizes Insulating compounds Jet fuel igniters Laundry sours Lemon oil Lighter fluid Magnetic inspection oil and powder Margaric acid Metal drawing compound lubricants Metal treating compounds Military pyrotechnics Napalm Oil treating compounds Oleic acid (red oil) Orange oil Orris oil Ossein Oxidizers, inorganic Packers' salt Parting compounds (chemical foundry supplies) Patching plaster, household Penetrants, inspection Peppermint oil Plating compounds Pyrotechnic ammunition: flares, signals, flashlight bombs, and rockets Railroad torpedoes Red oil (oleic acid) Rifle bore cleaning compounds Rosin sizes Rubber processing preparations Rust resisting compounds Salt Signal flares, marine Sizes: animal, vegetable, and synthetic plastics materials Sodium chloride, refined Soil testing kits Spearmint oil Spirit duplicating fluid Stearic acid Stencil correction compounds Tints and dyes, household Torches (fireworks) Vegetable oils, vulcanized or sulfurized Water treating compounds Water, distilled Waterproofing compounds Wintergreen oil Wood, plastic Writing ink and fluids

3011 Tires And Inner Tubes
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing pneumatic casings, inner tubes, and solid and cushion tires for all types of vehicles, airplanes, farm equipment, and children's vehicles; tiring; camelback; and tire repair and retreading materials. Establishments primarily engaged in retreading tires are classified in services, Industry 7534.

Camelback for tire retreading Inner tubes: airplane, automobile, bicycle, motorcycle, and tractor Pneumatic casings (rubber tires) Tire sundries and tire repair materials, rubber Tires, cushion or solid rubber Tiring, continuous lengths: rubber, with or without metal core

3021 Rubber And Plastics Footwear
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fabric upper footwear having rubber or plastics soles vulcanized, injection molded, or cemented to the uppers, and rubber and plastics protective footwear. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber, composition, and fiber heels, soles, soling strips, and related shoe making and repairing materials are classified in Industry 3069; those manufacturing plastics soles and soling strips are classified in Industry 3089; and those manufacturing other footwear of rubber or plastics are classified in Industry Group 314.

Arctics, rubber or rubber soled fabric Boots, plastics Boots, rubber or rubber soled fabric Canvas shoes, rubber soled Footholds, rubber Footwear, rubber or rubber soled fabric Gaiters, rubber or rubber soled fabric Galoshes, plastics Galoshes, rubber or rubber soled fabric Overshoes, plastics Overshoes, rubber or rubber soled fabric Pacs, rubber or rubber soled fabric Sandals, rubber Shoes, plastics soles molded to fabric uppers Shoes, rubber or rubber soled fabric uppers Shower sandals or slippers, rubber

3052 Rubber And Plastics Hose And Belting
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber and plastics hose and belting, including garden hose. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber tubing are classified in Industry Group 306; those manufacturing plastics tubing are classified in Industry 3082; and those manufacturing flexible metallic hose are classified in Industry 3599.

Air brake and air line hose, rubber or rubberized fabric Automobile hose, plastics or rubber Belting, rubber e.g., conveyor, elevator, transmission Firehose, rubber Garden hose, plastics or rubber Heater hose, plastics or rubber Hose, plastics or rubber Hose: cotton fabric, rubber lined Pneumatic hose, rubber or rubberized fabric e.g., air brake and Vacuum cleaner hose, plastics or rubber

3053 Gaskets, Packing, And Sealing Devices
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing gaskets, gasketing materials, compression packings, mold packings, oil seals, and mechanical seals. Included are gaskets, packing, and sealing devices made of leather, rubber, metal, asbestos, and plastics

Gaskets, regardless of material Grease retainers, leather Grease seals, asbestos Oil seals, asbestos Oil seals, leather Oil seals, rubber Packing for steam engines, pipe joints, air compressors, etc. Packing, metallic Packing, rubber Packing cup, U-valve, etc. leather Steam and other packing Washers, leather

3061 Molded, Extruded, And Lathe-cut Mechanical Rubber Goods
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing molded, extruded, and lathe-cut mechanical rubber goods. The products are generally parts for machinery and equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing other industrial rubber goods, rubberized fabric, and miscellaneous rubber specialties and sundries are classified in Industry 3069.

Appliance mechanical rubber goods molded, extruded, and lathe-cut Automotive mechanical rubber goods molded, extruded, and lathe-cut Mechanical rubber goods molded, extruded, and lathe-cut Off-highway machinery and equipment mechanical rubber goods Oil and gas field machinery and equipment mechanical rubber goods: Rubber goods, mechanical molded, extruded, and lathe-cut Surgical and medical tubing extruded and lathe-cut

3069 Fabricated Rubber Products, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial rubber goods, rubberized fabrics, and vulcanized rubber clothing, and miscellaneous rubber specialties and sundries, not elsewhere classified. Included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in reclaiming rubber and rubber articles. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of scrap rubber are classified in Wholesale Trade, Industry 5093. Establishments primarily engaged in rebuilding and retreading tires are classified in Services, Industry 7534; those manufacturing rubberized clothing from purchased materials are classified in Industry 2385; and those manufacturing gaskets and packing are Classified in Industry 3053.

Acid bottles, rubber Air supported rubber structures Aprons, vulcanized rubber and rubberized fabric-mitse Bags, rubber or rubberized fabric Balloons advertising and toy: rubber Balloons metal foil laminated with rubber Balls, rubber: except athletic equipment Bath sprays, rubber Bathing caps and suits, rubber-mitse Battery boxes, jars, and parts: hard rubber Bibs, vulcanized rubber and rubberized fabric-mitse Bottles, rubber Boxes, hard rubber Brake lining, rubber Brushes, rubber Bulbs for medicine droppers, syringes, atomizers, and sprays: rubber Bushings, rubber Capes, vulcanized rubber and rubberized fabric-mitse Caps, rubber-mitse Castings, rubber Chlorinated rubbers, natural Cloaks, vulcanized rubber and rubberized fabric-mitse Clothing, vulcanized rubber and rubberized fabric-mitse Combs, hard rubber Culture cups, rubber Custom compounding of rubber materials Cyclo rubbers, natural Diaphragms, rubber: separate and in kits Dress shields, vulcanized rubber and rubberized fabric-mitse Druggists' sundries, rubber Erasers: rubber, or rubber and abrasive combined Fabrics, rubberized Film, rubber Finger cots, rubber Flooring, rubber: tile or sheet Foam rubber Fountain syringes, rubber Friction tape, rubber Fuel cells, rubber Fuel tanks, collapsible: rubberized fabric Funnels, rubber Gloves: e.g., surgeons', electricians', household-rubber Grips and handles, rubber Grommets, rubber Gutta percha compounds Hair curlers, rubber Hairpins, rubber Handles, rubber Hard rubber products Hard surface floor coverings: rubber Heels, boot and shoe: rubber, composition, and fiber Jar rings, rubber Laboratory sundries: e.g., cases, covers, funnels, cups, bottles-rubber Latex, foamed Life jackets: inflatable rubberized fabric Life rafts, rubber Liner strips, rubber Linings, vulcanizable elastomeric: rubber Mallets, rubber Mats and matting: e.g., bath, door-rubber Mattress protectors, rubber Mattresses, pneumatic: fabric coated with rubber Medical sundries, rubber Mittens, rubber Mouthpieces for pipes and cigarette holders, rubber Nipples, rubber Orthopedic sundries, molded rubber Pacifiers, rubber Pads, kneeling: rubber Pants, baby: vulcanized rubber and rubberized fabric-mitse Pillows, sponge rubber Pipe stems and bits, tobacco: hard rubber Platens, except printers': solid or covered rubber Plumbers' rubber goods Pontoons, rubber Printers' blankets, rubber Printers' rolls rubber Prophylactics rubber Pump sleeves, rubber Reclaimed rubber (reworked by manufacturing processes) Rods, hard rubber Roll coverings: rubber for papermill; industrial, steel mills, printers' Roller covers, printers': rubber Rolls, solid or covered rubber Roofing, single ply membrane: rubber Rubber heels, soles, and soling strips Rubber-covered motor mounting rings (rubber bonded) Rubberbands Rug backing compounds, latex Separators, battery: rubber Sheeting, rubber or rubberized fabric Sheets, hard rubber Sleeves, pump: rubber Soles, boot and shoe: rubber, composition, and fiber Soling strips, boot and shoe: rubber, composition, and fiber Spatulas, rubber Sponge rubber and sponge rubber products Stair treads, rubber Stationers' sundries, rubber Stoppers, rubber Tape, pressure sensitive (including friction), rubber Teething rings, rubber Thermometer cases, rubber Thread, rubber: except fabric covered Tile, rubber Top lift sheets, rubber Top roll covering, for textile mill machinery: rubber Toys, rubber: except dolls Trays, rubber Tubing, rubber: except extruded and lathe-cut Type, rubber Urinals, rubber Valves, hard rubber Wainscoting, rubber Wallcoverings, rubber Water bottles, rubber Weather strip, sponge rubber Wet suits, rubber

3081 Unsupported Plastics Film And Sheet
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing unsupported plastics film and sheet, from purchased resins or from resins produced in the same plant. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics film and sheet for blister and bubble formed packaging are classified in Industry 3089.

Cellulosic plastics film and sheet, unsupported Film, plastics: unsupported Photographic, micrographic, and X-ray plastics, sheet, and film: Polyester film and sheet, unsupported Polyethylene film and sheet, unsupported Polypropylene film and sheet, unsupported Polyvinyl film and sheet, unsupported Sheet, plastics: unsupported Vinyl and vinyl copolymer film and sheet, unsupported

3082 Unsupported Plastics Profile Shapes
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing unsupported plastics profiles, rods, tubes, and other shapes. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics hose are classified in Industry 3052.

Profiles, unsupported plastics Rods, unsupported plastics Tubes, unsupported plastics

3083 Laminated Plastics Plate, Sheet, And Profile Shapes
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing laminated plastics plate, sheet, profiles, rods, and tubes. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing laminated flexible packaging are classified in Industry Group 267.

Plastics, laminated: plate, rods, tubes, profiles and sheet, except Thermoplastics laminates: rods, tubes, plates, and sheet, except Thermosetting laminates: rods, tubes, plates, and sheet, except

3084 Plastics Pipe
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics pipe. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics pipe fittings are classified in Industry 3089.

Pipe, plastics

3085 Plastics Bottles
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics bottles.

Bottles, plastics

3086 Plastics Foam Products
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics foam products.

Cups, foamed plastics Cushions, carpet and rug: plastics foam Foamed plastics products Ice chests or coolers, portable: foamed plastics Insulation and cushioning: foamed plastics Packaging foamed plastics Plates foamed plastics Shipping pads, plastics foam

3087 Custom Compounding Of Purchased Plastics Resins
Establishments primarily engaged in custom compounding of purchased plastics resins.

Custom compounding of purchased resins

3088 Plastics Plumbing Fixtures
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics plumbing fixtures. Establishments primarily engaged in assembling plastics plumbing fixture fittings are classified in Industry 3432. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics plumbing fixture components are classified in Industry 3089.

Bathroom fixtures, plastics Drinking fountains, except mechanically refrigerated: plastics Flush tanks, plastics Hot tubs, plastics or fiberglass Laundry tubs, plastics Lavatories, plastics Plumbing fixtures, plastics Portable chemical toilets, plastics shower stalls, plastics Sinks, plastics Toilet fixtures, plastics Tubs, plastics: bath, shower, and laundry Urinals, plastics Water closets, plastics

3089 Plastics Products, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics products, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing artificial leather are classified in Industry 2295.

Air mattresses, plastics Aquarium accessories, plastics Awnings, fiberglass and plastics combination Bands, plastics Bathware, plastics: except plumbing fixtures Battery cases, plastics Bearings, plastics Billfold inserts, plastics Blister packaging, plastics Boats, nonrigid: plastics Bolts, plastics Bowl covers, plastics Boxes, plastics Brush handles, plastics Bubble formed packaging, plastics Buckets, plastics Buoys and floats, plastics Caps, plastics Carafes, plastics Casein products, molded for the trade Cases, plastics Casting of plastics for the trade, except foam plastics Ceiling tile, unsupported plastics Celluloid products, molded for the trade Closures, plastics Clothes hangers, plastics Clothes pins, plastics Combs, plastics Composition stone, plastics Containers, plastics: except foam, bottles, and bags Corrugated panels, plastics Cotter pins, plastics Counter coverings, plastics Cups, plastics: except foam Dinnerware, plastics: except foam Dishes, plastics: except foam Doors, folding: plastics or plastics coated fabric Downspouts, plastics Drums, plastics (containers) Engraving of plastics Fascia, plastics (siding) Fittings for pipe, plastics Fittings, plastics Flat panels, plastics Floor coverings, plastics Flower pots, plastics Food casings, plastics Garbage containers, plastics Gate hooks, plastics Glazing panels, plastics Gloves and mittens, plastics Grower pots, plastics Gutters, plastics: glass fiber reinforced Hardware, plastics Heels, boot and shoe: plastics Holders, plastics: paper towel, grocery bag, dust mop and broom Hospital-ware, plastics: except foam Ice buckets, plastics: except foam Ice chests or coolers, portable, plastics: except insulated or foam Jars, plastics Kitchenware, plastics: except foam Laboratory ware, plastics Ladders, plastics Lamp bases, plastics Lamp shades, plastics Lenses, plastics: except ophthalmic or optical Life jackets, plastics Life rafts, nonrigid: plastics Lock washers, plastics Machine nuts, plastics Microwave ware, plastics Molding of plastics for the trade, except foam Monofilaments, plastics: not suited for textile use Netting, plastics Nuts, plastics Organizers for closets, drawers, and shelves: plastics Ovenware, plastics Pails, plastics Picnic jugs, plastics Planters, plastics Pontoons, nonrigid: plastics Printer acoustic covers, plastics Rivets, plastics Saucers, plastics: except foam Screw eyes, plastics Scrubbing pads, plastics Septic tanks, plastics Shutters, plastics Siding, plastics Sinkware, plastics Skirts, plastics (siding) Soffit, plastics (siding) Soles, boot and shoe: plastics Soling strips, boot and shoe: plastics Sponges, plastics Spouting, plastics: glass fiber reinforced Spring pins, plastics Spring washers, plastics Suitcase shells, plastics Swimming pool covers and blankets: plastics Tableware, plastics: except foam Tires, plastics Tissue dispensers, plastics Toggle bolts, plastics Tool handles, plastics Tops, plastics (e.g., dispenser, shaker) Trash containers, plastics Trays, plastics: except foam Tubs, plastics (containers) Tumblers, plastics: except foam Unions, plastics Utility containers, plastics Vials, plastics Vulcanized fiber plate, sheet, rods and tubes Wall coverings, plastics Warmers, bottle: plastics, except foam Washers, plastics Watering pots, plastics Window frames and sash, plastics Window screening, plastics Windows, louver: plastics Windows, storm: plastics Windshields plastics Work gloves plastics

3211 Flat Glass
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing flat glass. This industry also produces laminated glass, but establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing laminated glass from purchased flat glass are classified in Industry 3231.

Building glass, flat Cathedral glass Float glass Glass, colored: cathedral and antique Glass, flat Insulating glass, sealed units-mitse Laminated glass, made from glass produced in the same establishment Multiple-glazed insulating units-mitse Opalescent flat glass Ophthalmic glass, flat Optical glass, flat Picture glass Plate glass blanks for optical or ophthalmic uses Plate glass, polished and rough Sheet glass Sheet glass blanks for optical or ophthalmic uses Skylight glass Spectacle glass Structural glass, flat Tempered glass-mitse Window glass, clear and colored

3221 Glass Containers
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing glass containers for commercial packing and bottling, and for home canning.

Ampoules, glass Bottles for packing, bottling, and canning: glass Carboys, glass Containers for packing, bottling, and canning: glass Cosmetic jars, glass Fruit jars, glass Jars for packing, bottling, and canning: glass Jugs for packing, bottling, and canning: glass Medicine bottles, glass Milk bottles, glass Packers' ware (containers), glass Vials, glass: made in glassmaking establishments Water bottles, glass

3229 Pressed And Blown Glass And Glassware, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing glass and glassware, not elsewhere classified, pressed, blown, or shaped from glass produced in the same establishment. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing textile glass fibers are also included in this industry, but establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing glass wool insulation products are classified in Industry 3296. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fiber optic cables are classified in Industry 3357, and those manufacturing fiber optic medical devices are classified in Industry Group 384. Establishments primarily engaged in the production of pressed lenses for vehicular lighting, beacons, and lanterns are also included in this industry, but establishments primarily engaged in the production of optical lenses are classified in Industry 3827. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing glass containers are classified in Industry 3221, and those manufacturing complete electric light bulbs are classified in Industry 3641.

Art glassware, made in glassmaking plants Ashtrays, glass Barware, glass Battery jars, glass Blocks, glass Bowls, glass Bulbs for electric lights, without filaments or sockets-mitse Candlesticks, glass Centerpieces, glass Chimneys, lamp: glass-pressed or blown Christmas tree ornaments, from glass-mitse Clip cups, glass Cooking utensils, glass and glass ceramic Drinking straws, glass Fiber optics strands Fibers, glass, textile Flameware, glass and glass ceramic Frying pans, glass and glass ceramic Glass blanks for electric light bulbs Glass brick Glassware, except glass containers for packing, bottling, and canning Glassware: art, decorative, and novelty Goblets, glass Illuminating glass: light shades, reflectors, lamp chimneys, and globes Industrial glassware and glass products, pressed or blown Ink-Wells, glass Insulators, electrical: glass Lamp parts, glass Lamp shades, glass Lantern globes, glass: pressed or blown Lens blanks, optical and ophthalmic Lenses, glass: for lanterns, flashlights, headlights, and searchlights Level vials for instruments, glass Light shades, glass: pressed or blown Lighting glassware, pressed or blown Novelty glassware: made in glassmaking plants Ophthalmic glass, except flat Optical glass blanks Photomask blanks, glass Reflectors for lighting equipment, glass: pressed or blown Refrigerator dishes and jars, glass Scientific glassware, pressed or blown: made in glassmaking plants Stemware, glass Tableware, glass and glass ceramic Tea kettles, glass and glass ceramic Technical glassware and glass products, pressed or blown Television tube blanks, glass Textile glass fibers Tobacco jars, glass Trays, glass Tubing, glass Tumblers, glass Vases, glass Yarn, fiberglass: made in glass plants

3231 Glass Products, Made Of Purchased Glass
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing glass products from purchased glass. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing optical lenses, except ophthalmic, are classified in Industry 3827, and those manufacturing ophthalmic lenses are classified in Industry 3851.

Aquariums and reflectors, made from purchased glass Art glass, made from purchased glass Christmas tree ornaments, made from purchased glass Cut and engraved glassware, made from purchased glass Decorated glassware: e.g., chipped, engraved, etched, Doors, made from purchased glass Enameled glass, made from purchased glass Encrusting gold, silver, or other metals on glass products: made from Flowers, foliage, fruits and vines: artificial glass-made from Fruit, artificial: made from purchased glass Furniture tops, glass: cut, beveled, and polished Glass, scientific apparatus: for druggists', hospitals, laboratories-made Glass, sheet: bent-made from purchased glass Grasses, artificial: made from purchased glass Ground glass, made from purchased glass Industrial glassware, made from purchased glass Laboratory glassware, made from purchased glass Laminated glass, made from purchased glass Leaded glass, made from purchased glass Medicine droppers, made from purchased glass Mirrors, framed or unframed: made from purchased glass Mirrors, transportation equipment: made from purchased glass Multiple-glazed insulating units, made from purchased glass Novelties, glass: e.g., fruit, foliage, flowers, animals, made from Ornamented glass, made from purchased glass Plants and foliage, artificial: made from purchased glass Reflector glass beads, for highway signs and other reflectors: made Safety glass, made from purchased glass Silvered glass, made from purchased glass Stained glass, made from purchased glass Table tops made from purchased glass Technical glassware, made from purchased glass Tempered glass, made from purchased glass Test tubes, made from purchased glass Vials, made from purchased glass Watch crystals, made from purchased glass Windows, stained glass: made from purchased glass Windshields, made from purchased glass

3241 Cement, Hydraulic
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hydraulic cement, including portland, natural, masonry, and pozzolana cements.

Cement, hydraulic: portland, natural, masonry, and pozzolana

3251 Brick And Structural Clay Tile
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing brick and structural clay tile. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing clay firebrick are classified in Industry 3255; those manufacturing nonclay firebrick are classified in Industry 3297; those manufacturing sand lime brick are classified in Industry 3299; and those manufacturing glass brick are classified in Industry 3229.

Book tile, clay Brick: common, face, glazed, vitrified, and hollow-clay Building tile, clay Ceramic glazed brick, clay Chimney blocks, radial-clay Corncrib tile Facing tile, clay Fireproofing tile, clay Floor arch tile, clay Flooring brick, clay Furring tile, clay Partition tile clay Paving brick clay Silo tile Slumped brick Structural tile, clay

3253 Ceramic Wall And Floor Tile
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ceramic wall and floor tile. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing structural clay tile are classified in Industry 3251, and those manufacturing drain tile are classified in Industry 3259.

Ceramic tile, floor and wall Enamel tile, floor and wall: clay Faience tile Mosaic tile, ceramic Promenade tile, clay Quarry tile, clay

3255 Clay Refractories
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing clay firebrick and other heat resisting clay products. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonclay refractories and all graphite refractories, whether of carbon bond or ceramic bond, are classified in Industry 3297.

Brick, clay refractory: fire clay and high alumina Castable refractories, clay Cement, clay refractory Clay refractories Crucibles, fire clay Fire clay blocks, bricks, tile, and special shapes Firebrick, clay Floaters, glasshouse: clay Foundry refractories, clay Glasshouse refractories Heater radiants, clay Hot top refractories, clay Insulating firebrick and shapes, clay Kiln furniture, clay Ladle brick, clay Melting pots, glasshouse: clay Mortars, clay refractory Plastics fire clay bricks Plastics refractories, clay Rings, glasshouse: clay Saggers Stoppers, glasshouse: clay Tank blocks, glasshouse: clay Tile, clay refractory

3259 Structural Clay Products, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing clay sewer pipe and structural clay products, not elsewhere classified.

Adobe brick Architectural terra cotta Blocks, segment: clay Chimney pipe and tops, clay Conduit, vitrified clay Coping, wall: clay Drain tile, clay Liner brick and plates, for lining sewers, tanks, etc.: vitrified clay Lining, stove and flue: clay Roofing tile, clay Sewer pipe and fittings, clay Thimbles, chimney: clay Tile, filter underdrain: clay Tile, sewer: clay

3261 Vitreous China Plumbing Fixtures And China And Earthenware Fittings
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing vitreous china plumbing fixtures and china and earthenware fittings and bathroom accessories.

Bathroom accessories, vitreous china and earthenware Bidets, vitreous china Bolt caps, vitreous china and earthenware Closet bowls, vitreous china Drinking fountains, vitreous china Faucet handles, vitreous china and earthenware Flush tanks, vitreous china Laundry trays, vitreous china Lavatories, vitreous china Plumbing fixtures, vitreous china Sinks, vitreous china Soap dishes, vitreous china and earthenware Toilet fixtures, vitreous china Towel bar holders, vitreous china and earthenware Urinals, vitreous china

3262 Vitreous China Table And Kitchen Articles
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing vitreous china table and kitchen articles for use in households and in hotels, restaurants, and other commercial institutions for preparing, serving, or storing food or drink. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fine (semivitreous) earthenware (whiteware) table and kitchen articles are classified in Industry 3263.

Bone china Commercial and household tableware and kitchenware: vitreous china Cooking ware, china Dishes: commercial and household-vitreous china Table articles, vitreous china

3263  Fine Earthenware (whiteware) Table And Kitchen Articles
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fine (semivitreous) earthenware table and kitchen articles for preparing, serving, or storing food or drink. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing vitreous china table and kitchen articles are classified in Industry 3262.

Cooking ware, fine earthenware Earthenware: commercial and household-semivitreous Kitchenware, semivitreous earthenware Tableware: commercial and household-semivitreous Whiteware, fine type semivitreous tableware and kitchenware

3264 Porcelain Electrical Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing porcelain electronic and other electrical insulators, molded porcelain parts for electrical devices, spark plug and steatitic porcelain, and electronic and electrical supplies from clay and other ceramic materials.

Alumina porcelain insulators Beryllia porcelain insulators Cleats, porcelain Ferrite Insulators, porcelain Knobs, porcelain Magnets, permanent: ceramic or ferrite Porcelain parts, molded: for electrical and electronic devices Spark plugs, porcelain Titania porcelain insulators Tubes, porcelain

3269 Pottery Products, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in firing and decorating white china and earthenware for the trade and manufacturing art and ornamental pottery, industrial and laboratory pottery, stoneware and coarse earthenware table and kitchen articles, unglazed red earthenware florists' articles, and other pottery products, not elsewhere classified.

Art and ornamental ware, pottery Ashtrays, pottery Ceramic articles for craft shops Chemical porcelain Chemical stoneware (pottery products) China firing and decorating, for the trade Cones, pyrometric: earthenware Cooking ware: stoneware, coarse earthenware, and pottery Crockery Decalcomania work on china and glass, for the trade Earthenware table and kitchen articles, coarse Encrusting gold, silver, or other metal on china, for the trade Figures, pottery: china, earthenware, and stoneware Filtering media, pottery Florists' articles, red earthenware Flower pots, red earthenware Forms for dipped rubber products, pottery Grinding media, pottery Heater parts, pottery Kitchen articles, coarse earthenware Lamp bases, pottery Pottery: art, garden, decorative, industrial, and laboratory Pyrometer tubes Rockingham earthenware Smokers' articles, pottery Stationery articles, pottery Textile guides, porcelain Vases, pottery (china, earthenware, and stoneware)

3271 Concrete Block And Brick
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing concrete building block and brick from a combination of cement and aggregate. Contractors engaged in concrete construction work are classified in Division C, Construction, and establishments primarily engaged in mixing and delivering ready-mixed concrete are classified in Industry 3273.

Architecture block concrete: e.g. fluted, screen, split, slump, Blocks, concrete and cinder Brick, concrete Paving block, concrete Plinth blocks, precast terrazzo

3272 Concrete Products, Except Block And Brick
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing concrete products, except block and brick, from a combination of cement and aggregate. Contractors engaged in concrete construction work are classified in Division C, Construction, and establishments primarily engaged in mixing and delivering ready-mixed concrete are classified in Industry 3273.

Areaways basement window: concrete Art marble, concrete Ashlar, cast stone Bathtubs, concrete Battery wells and boxes, concrete Building materials, concrete: except block and brick Building stone, artificial: concrete Burial vaults, concrete and precast terrazzo Cast stone, concrete Catch basin covers, concrete Ceiling squares, concrete Chimney caps, concrete Church furniture, concrete Columns, concrete Concrete products, precast: except block and brick Concrete, dry mixture Conduits, concrete Copings, concrete Cribbing, concrete Crossing slabs, concrete Culvert pipe, concrete Cylinder pipe, prestressed concrete Cylinder pipe, pretensioned concrete Door frames, concrete Drain tile, concrete Fireplaces, concrete Floor filler tiles, concrete Floor slabs, precast concrete Floor tile, precast terrazzo Fountains, concrete Fountains, wash: precast terrazzo Garbage boxes, concrete Grave markers, concrete Grave vaults, concrete Grease traps, concrete Housing components, prefabricated: concrete Incinerators, concrete Irrigation pipe, concrete Joists, concrete Laundry trays, concrete Lintels, concrete Manhole covers and frames, concrete Mantels, concrete Mattresses for river revetment, concrete articulated Meter boxes, concrete Monuments, concrete Panels and sections, prefabricated: concrete Paving materials, prefabricated concrete, except blocks Pier footings, prefabricated concrete Piling, prefabricated concrete Pipe, concrete Pipe, lined with concrete Poles, concrete Posts, concrete Pressure pipe, reinforced concrete Prestressed concrete products Roofing tile and slabs, concrete Septic tanks, concrete Sewer pipe, concrete Shower receptors, concrete Siding, precast stone Sills, concrete Silo staves, cast stone Silos, prefabricated concrete Slabs, crossing: concrete Spanish floor tile, concrete Squares for walls and ceilings, concrete Steps, prefabricated concrete Stone, cast concrete Stools, precast terrazzo Storage tanks, concrete Tanks, concrete Terrazzo products, precast Thresholds, precast terrazzo Ties, railroad: concrete Tile, precast terrazzo or concrete Tombstones, precast terrazzo or concrete Wall base, precast terrazzo Wall squares, concrete Wash foundations, precast terrazzo Well curbing, concrete Window sills, cast stone


3273 Ready-mixed Concrete
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing portland cement concrete manufactured and delivered to a purchaser in a plastic and unhardened state. This industry includes production and sale of central-mixed concrete, shrink-mixed concrete, and truck-mixed concrete.

Central-mixed concrete Ready-mixed concrete, production and distribution Shrink-mixed concrete Truck-mixed concrete

3274 Lime
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing quicklime, hydrated lime, and "dead-burned" dolomite from limestone, dolomite shells, or other substances.

Agricultural lime Building lime Dolomite, dead-burned Dolomitic lime Hydrated lime Lime plaster Masons' lime Quicklime

3275 Gypsum Products
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plaster, plasterboard, and other products composed wholly or chiefly of gypsum, except articles of plaster of paris and papier-mache.

Acoustical plaster, gypsum Agricultural gypsum Board, gypsum Building board, gypsum Cement, Keene's Gypsum products: e.g., block, board, plaster, lath, rock, tile Insulating plaster, gypsum Orthopedic plaster, gypsum Panels, plaster: gypsum Plaster and plasterboard, gypsum Plaster of paris Wallboard, gypsum

3281 Cut Stone And Stone Products
Establishments primarily engaged in cutting, shaping, and finishing granite, marble, limestone, slate, and other stone for building and miscellaneous uses. Establishments primarily engaged in buying or selling partly finished monuments and tombstones, but performing no work on the stones other than lettering, finishing, or shaping to custom order, are classified in Division F, Wholesale Trade or Division G, Retail Trade. The cutting of grindstones, pulpstones, and whetstones at the quarry is classified in Division B, Mining.

Altars, cut stone Baptismal fonts, cut stone Benches, cut stone Blackboards, slate Burial vaults, stone Church furniture, cut stone Curbing, granite and stone Cut stone products Desk set bases, onyx Dimension stone for buildings Flagstones Furniture, cut stone Granite, cut and shaped Lamp bases onyx Limestone, cut and shaped Marble, building cut and shaped Monuments, cut stone: not including only finishing or lettering Paving blocks, cut stone Pedestals, marble Pulpits, cut stone Roofing, slate Slate and slate products Statuary, marble Stone, cut and shaped Stone, quarrying and processing of own Stone products Switchboard panels, slate Table tops, marble Tombstones, cut stone: not including only finishing or lettering Urns, cut stone Vases, cut stone

3291 Abrasive Products
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing abrasive grinding wheels of natural or synthetic materials, abrasive-coated products, and other abrasive products. The cutting of grindstones, pulpstones, and whetstones at the quarry is classified in Division B, Mining.

Abrasive buffs, bricks, cloth, paper, sticks, stones, wheels, etc. Abrasive grains, natural and artificial Abrasive-coated products Abrasives, aluminous Aluminum oxide (fused) abrasives Boron carbide abrasives Bort, crushing Buffing and polishing wheels, abrasive and nonabrasive Cloth: garnet, emery, aluminum oxide, and silicon carbide coated Corundum abrasives Diamond dressing wheels Diamond powder Emery abrasives Garnet abrasives Grinding balls, ceramic Grindstones, artificial Grit, steel Hones Metallic abrasives Oilstones, artificial Pads, scouring: soap impregnated Paper: garnet, emery, aluminum oxide, and silicon carbide coated Polishing rouge (abrasive) Polishing wheels Pumice and pumicite abrasives Rouge, polishing Rubbing stones, artificial Sandpaper Scythe-stones, artificial Silicon carbide abrasives Sponges, scouring: metallic Steel shot abrasives Steel wool Tripoli Tungsten carbide abrasives Wheels, abrasive: except dental Wheels, diamond abrasive Wheels, grinding: artificial Whetstones, artificial

3292 Asbestos Products
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing asbestos textiles, asbestos building materials, except asbestos paper, insulating materials for covering boilers and pipes, and other products composed wholly or chiefly of asbestos. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing asbestos paper are classified in Industry 2621, and those manufacturing gaskets and packing are classified in Industry 3053.

Asbestos cement products: e.g., siding, pressure pipe, conduits, ducts Asbestos products: except packing and gaskets Blankets, insulating for aircraft: asbestos Boiler covering (heat insulating material), except felt Brake lining, asbestos Brake pads, asbestos Building materials, asbestos: except asbestos paper Carded fiber, asbestos Cloth, asbestos Clutch facings, asbestos Cord, asbestos Felt, woven amosite: asbestos Floor tile, asphalt Friction materials, asbestos: woven Insulation, molded asbestos Mattresses, asbestos Millboard, asbestos Pipe and boiler covering, except felt Pipe covering (insulation), laminated asbestos paper Pipe, pressure: asbestos cement Roofing, asbestos felt roll Rope, asbestos Sheet, asbestos cement: flat or corrugated Shingles, asbestos cement Siding, asbestos cement Table pads and padding, asbestos Tape, asbestos Textiles, asbestos: except packing Thread, asbestos Tile, vinyl asbestos Tubing, asbestos Wick, asbestos Yarn, asbestos

3295 Minerals And Earths, Ground Or Otherwise Treated
Establishments operating without a mine or quarry and primarily engaged in crushing, grinding, pulverizing, or otherwise preparing clay, ceramic, and refractory minerals; barite; and miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals, except fuels. These minerals are the crude products mined by establishments of Industry Groups 145 and 149, and by those of Industry 1479 mining barite. Also included are establishments primarily crushing slag and preparing roofing granules. The beneficiation or preparation of other minerals and metallic ores, and the cleaning and grading of coal, are classified in Division B, Mining, whether or not the operation is associated with a mine.

Barite, ground or otherwise treated Barium, ground or otherwise treated Blast furnace slag Clay for petroleum refining, chemically processed Clay, ground or otherwise treated Desiccants, activated: clay Diatomaceous earth, ground or otherwise treated Feldspar, ground or otherwise treated Filtering clays, treated purchased materials Flint, ground or otherwise treated Foundry facings, ground or otherwise treated Fuller's earth, ground or otherwise treated Graphite, natural: ground, pulverized, refined, or blended Kaolin, ground or otherwise treated Lead, black (natural graphite): ground, refined, or blended Magnesite, crude: ground, calcined, or dead-burned Mica, ground or otherwise treated Perlite aggregate Perlite, expanded Plumbago: ground, refined, or blended Pulverized earth Pumice, ground or otherwise treated Pyrophyllite, ground or otherwise treated Roofing granules Shale, expanded Silicon, ultra high purity: treated purchased materials Slag, crushed or ground Spar, ground or otherwise treated Steatite, ground or otherwise treated Talc, ground or otherwise treated Vermiculite, ex-foliated

3296 Mineral Wool
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing mineral wool and mineral wool insulation products made of such siliceous materials as rock, slag, and glass, or combinations thereof. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing asbestos insulation products are classified in Industry 3292, and those manufacturing textile glass fibers are classified in Industry 3229.

Acoustical board and tile, mineral wool Fiberglass insulation Glass wool Insulation: rock wool, fiberglass, slag, and silica minerals Mineral wool roofing mats

3297 Nonclay Refractories
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing refractories and crucibles made of materials other than clay. This industry includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing all graphite refractories, whether of carbon bond or ceramic bond. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing clay refractories are classified in Industry 3255.

Alumina fused refractories Brick, bauxite Brick, carbon Brick, refractory: chrome, magnesite, silica, and other nonclay Brick, silicon carbide Castable refractories, nonclay Cement, magnesia Cement: high temperature, refractory (nonclay) Crucibles: graphite, magnesite, chrome, silica, or other non-clay Dolomite and dolomite-magnesite brick Cunning mixes, nonclay High temperature mortar, nonclay Hot top refractories, nonclay Nonclay refractories Plastics refractories, nonclay Pyrolytic graphite Ramming mixes, nonclay Refractories, castable: nonclay Refractories, graphite: carbon bond or ceramic bond Refractory cement, nonclay Retorts, graphite

3299 Nonmetallic Mineral Products, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in the factory production of goods made of plaster of paris and papier-mache, and in manufacturing sand lime products and other nonmetallic mineral products, not elsewhere classified.

Architectural sculptures, plaster of paris: factory production only Art goods: plaster of paris, papier-mache, and scagliola Blocks, sand lime Brackets, architectural: plaster-factory production only Built-up mica Ceramic fiber Columns, papier-mache or plaster of paris Ecclesiastical statuary: gypsum, clay, or papier-mache-factory Floor composition, magnesite Flower boxes, plaster of paris: factory production only Fountains, plaster of paris: factory production only Gravel painting Images, small: gypsum, clay, or papier-mache-factory production only Insul-sleeves (foundry materials) Mica products, built-up and sheet except radio parts Mica splitting Mica, laminated Moldings, architectural: plaster of paris-factory production only Ornaments and architectural plaster work: e.g., mantels and columns Panels, papier-mache or plaster of paris Pedestals, statuary: plaster of paris or papier-mache-factory Plaques: clay, plaster, or papier mache-factory production only Sculptures, architectural: gypsum, clay, or papier-mache-factory Statuary: gypsum, clay, papier-mache, scagliola, and metal-factory Stucco Synthetic stones, for gem stones and industrial use Tile, sand lime Tubing for electrical purposes, quartz Urns, gypsum or papier-mache: factory production only Vases, gypsum or papier-mache: factory production only

3312 Steel Works, Blast Furnaces (including Coke Ovens), And Rolling
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hot metal, pig iron, and silvery pig iron from iron ore and iron and steel scrap; converting pig iron, scrap iron, and scrap steel into steel; and in hot-rolling iron and steel into basic shapes, such as plates, sheets, strips, rods, bars, and tubing. Merchant blast furnaces and by-product or beehive coke ovens are also included in this industry. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ferro and nonferrous additive alloys by electrometallurgical processes are classified in Industry 3313.

Armor plate, made in steel works or rolling mills Axles, rolled or forged: made in steel works or rolling mills Bars, iron: made in steel works or rolling mills Bars, steel made in steel works or hotrolling mills Beehive coke oven products Billets, steel Blackplate Blast furnace products Blooms Car wheels, rolled Chemical recovery coke oven products Coal gas, derived from chemical recovery coke ovens Coal tar crudes, derived from chemical recovery coke ovens Coke, produced in beehive ovens Coke, produced in chemical recovery coke ovens Distillates, derived from chemical recovery coke ovens Fence posts, iron and steel: made in steel works or rolling mills Flats, iron and steel: made in steel works or hot-rolling mills Forgings, iron and steel made in steel works or rolling mills Frogs, iron and steel: made in steel works or rolling mills Galvanized hoops, pipes, plates, sheets, and strips iron and steel Gun forgings, iron and steel: made in steel works or rolling mills Hoops, galvanized iron and steel Hoops, iron and steel made in steel works or hot-rolling mills Hot-rolled iron and steel products Ingots, steel Iron sinter, made in steel mills Iron, pig Nut rods, iron and steel made in steel works or rolling mills Pipe, iron and steel made in steel works or rolling mills Plates, made in steel works or rolling mills Rail joints and fastenings, made in steel works or rolling mills Railroad crossings, iron and steel: made in steel works or rollingmills Rails, iron and steel Rails rerolled or renewed Rods iron and steel made in steel works or rolling mills Sheet pilings, plain: iron and steel-made in steel works or rollingmills Sheets, steel: made in steel works or hot-rolling mills Shell slugs, steel made in steel works or rolling mills Skelp, iron and steel Slabs, steel Spike rods, made in steel works or rolling mills Sponge iron Stainless steel Steel works producing bars, rods, plates, sheets, structural shapes, Strips, galvanized iron and steel: made in steel works or rolling mills Strips, iron and steel: made in steel works or hot-rolling mills Structural shapes, iron and steel Tar, derived from chemical recovery coke ovens Terneplate Ternes, iron and steel: long or short Tie plates, iron and steel Tin-free steel Tinplate Tool steel Tube rounds Tubes, iron and steel: made in steel works or rolling mills Tubing, seamless: steel Well casings, iron and steel: made in steel works or rolling mills Wheels, car and locomotive: iron and steel-mitse Wire products, iron and steel: made steel works or rolling mills Wrought pipe and tubing, made in steel works or rolling mills

3313 Electrometallurgical Products, Except Steel
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ferro and nonferrous metal additive alloys by electrometallurgical or metallothermic processes, including high percentage ferroalloys and high percentage nonferrous additive alloys. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electrometallurgical steel are classified in Industry 3312.

Additive alloys, except copper Ferroalloys (including high percentage) Ferrochromium Ferromanganese Ferromolybdenum Ferrophosphorus Ferrosilicon Ferrotitanium Ferrotungsten Ferrovanadium High percentage ferroalloys Manganese metal Molybdenum silicon Nonferrous additive alloys, high percentage: except copper Spiegeleisen Tungsten carbide powder by metallurgical process

3315 Steel Wiredrawing And Steel Nails And Spikes
Establishments primarily engaged in drawing wire from purchased iron or steel rods, bars, or wire and which may be engaged in the further manufacture of products made from wire; establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing steel nails and spikes from purchased materials are also included in this industry. Rolling mills engaged in the production of ferrous wire from wire rods or hot-rolled bars produced in the same establishment are classified in Industry 3312. Establishments primarily engaged in drawing nonferrous wire are classified in Industry Group 335.

Barbed and twisted wire: made in wiredrawing plants Baskets, steel: made in wiredrawing plants Brads, steel: wire or cut Cable, steel: insulated or armored Chain link fencing, steel: made in wiredrawing plants Fence gates, posts, and fittings: steel-made in wiredrawing plants Form ties, made in wiredrawing plants Horseshoe nails Nails, steel: wire or cut Paper clips, steel: made in wiredrawing plants Spikes, steel: wire or cut Staples, steel: wire or cut Steel wire cages, made in wiredrawing plants Tacks, steel: wire or cut Tie wires, made in wiredrawing plants Welded steel wire fabric, made in wiredrawing plants Wire carts: household, grocery, and industrial-made in wire-drawing Wire cloth, steel: made in wiredrawing plants Wire garment hangers, steel: made in wiredrawing plants Wire products, ferrous: made in wiredrawing plants Wire, ferrous: made in wiredrawing plants Wire, steel: insulated or armored

3316 Cold-rolled Steel Sheet, Strip, And Bars
Establishments primarily engaged in: (1) cold-rolling steel sheets and strip from purchased hot-rolled sheets; (2) cold-drawing steel bars and steel shapes from purchased hot-rolled steel bars; and (3) producing other cold finished steel. Establishments primarily engaged in the production of steel, including hot-rolled steel sheets, and further cold-rolling such sheets are classified in Industry 3312.

Cold-finished steel bars: not made in hot-rolling mills Cold-rolled steel strip, sheet, and bars: not made in hot-rolling mills Corrugating iron and steel, cold-rolled: not made in hot-rolling mills Flat bright steel strip, cold-rolled: not made in hot-rolling mills Razor blade strip steel, cold-rolled: not made in hot-rolling mills Sheet steel, cold-rolled: not made in hot-rolling mills Wire, flat: cold-rolled strip: not made in hot-rolling mills

3317 Steel Pipe And Tubes
Establishments primarily engaged in the production of welded or seamless steel pipe and tubes and heavy riveted steel pipe from purchased materials. Establishments primarily engaged in the production of steel, including steel skelp or steel blanks, tube rounds, or pierced billets, are classified in Industry 3312.

Boiler tubes, wrought-mfpm Conduit: welded, lock joint, and heavy riveted-mfpm Pipe seamless steel-mfpm Pipe wrought: welded, lock joint, and heavy riveted-mfpm Tubes, seamless steel-mfpm Tubing, mechanical and hypodermic sizes- cold-drawn stainless Well casing, wrought: welded, lock joint, and heavy riveted-mfpm Wrought pipe and tubes: welded, lock joint, and heavy riveted-mfpm

3321 Gray And Ductile Iron Foundries
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing gray and ductile iron castings, including cast iron pressure and soil pipes and fittings.

Brake shoes, railroad: cast iron Car wheels, railroad: chilled cast iron Castings, compacted graphite iron Castings, gray iron and semisteel Cooking utensils, cast iron Couplings, pipe: pressure and soil pipecast iron Ductile iron castings Elbows, pipe: pressure and soil pipecast iron Fittings, soil and pressure pipe: cast iron Foundries, gray iron and semisteel Gas pipe, cast iron Gray iron foundries Ingot molds and stools Manhole covers, metal Nipples, pipe: pressure and soil pipe-cast iron Nodular iron castings Pipe and fittings, soil and pressure: cast iron Railroad car wheels, chilled cast iron Rolling mill rolls, iron: not machined Sash balances, cast iron Sewer pipe, cast iron Water pipe, cast iron

3322 Malleable Iron Foundries
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing malleable iron castings.

Castings, malleable iron Foundries, malleable iron Pearlitic castings, malleable iron

3324 Steel Investment Foundries
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing steel investment castings.

Investment castings, steel

3325 Steel Foundries, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing steel castings, not elsewhere classified.

Alloy steel castings, except investment Bushings, cast steel: except investment Cast steel railroad car wheels Castings, steel: except investment Foundries, steel: except investment Rolling mill rolls, steel: not machined Steel foundries, except investment

3331 Primary Smelting And Refining Of Copper
Establishments primarily engaged in smelting copper from the ore, and in refining copper by electrolytic or other processes. Establishments primarily engaged in rolling, drawing, or extruding copper are classified in Industry 3351.

Bars, refinery: primary copper Blister copper Blocks, copper Copper ingots and refinery bars, primary Copper smelting and refining, primary Pigs, copper Primary smelting and refining of copper Slabs, copper: primary

3334 Primary Production Of Aluminum
Establishments primarily engaged in producing aluminum from alumina and in refining aluminum by any process. Establishments primarily engaged in rolling, drawing, or extruding aluminum are classified in Industry Group 335.

Aluminum ingots and primary production shapes, from bauxite or Extrusion ingot, aluminum: primary Pigs, aluminum Slabs, aluminum: primary

3339 Primary Smelting And Refining Of Nonferrous Metals, Except Copper
Establishments primarily engaged in smelting and refining nonferrous metals, except copper and aluminum. Establishments primarily engaged in rolling, drawing, and extruding these nonferrous primary metals are classified in Industry 3356, and the production of bullion at the site of the mine is classified in Division B, Mining.

Antifriction bearing metals, lead-base: primary Antimony refining, primary Babbitt metal, primary Beryllium metal Bismuth refining, primary Blocks, zinc, primary Cadmium refining, primary Chromium refining, primary Cobalt refining, primary Columbium refining, primary Germanium refining, primary Gold refining, primary Ingots, primary: nonferrous metals, except copper and aluminum Iridium refining, primary Lead pigs, blocks, ingots, and refinery shapes: primary Lead smelting and refining, primary Magnesium refining, primary Nickel refining, primary Nonferrous refining, primary: except copper and aluminum Nonferrous smelting, primary: except copper and aluminum Pigs, primary: nonferrous metals, except copper and aluminum Platinum-group metals refining, primary Precious metal refining, primary Primary refining of nonferrous metal: except copper and aluminum Primary smelting of nonferrous metal: except copper and aluminum Refining of nonferrous metal, primary: except copper and aluminum Rhenium refining, primary Selenium refining, primary Silicon refining, primary (over 99 percent pure) Silicon, epitaxial (silicon alloy) Silicon, pure Silver refining, primary Slabs, primary: nonferrous metals, except copper and aluminum Smelting of nonferrous metal, primary: except copper and aluminum Spelter (zinc), primary Tantalum refining Tellurium refining, primary Tin base alloys, primary Tin refining, primary Titanium metal sponge and granules Zinc dust, primary Zirconium metal sponge and granules

3341 Secondary Smelting And Refining Of Nonferrous Metals
Establishments primarily engaged in recovering nonferrous metals and alloys from new and used scrap and dross or in producing alloys from purchased refined metals. This industry includes establishments engaged in both the recovery and alloying of precious metals. Plants engaged in the recovery of tin through secondary smelting and refining, as well as by chemical processes, are included in this industry. Establishments primarily engaged in assembling, sorting, and breaking up scrap metal, without smelting and refining, are classified in Wholesale Trade, Industry 5093.

Aluminum extrusion ingot, secondary Aluminum smelting and refining, secondary Antimonial lead refining, secondary Babbitt metal smelting and refining, secondary Brass smelting and refining, secondary Bronze smelting and refining, secondary Copper smelting and refining, secondary Detinning of cans Detinning of scrap Germanium refining, secondary Gold smelting and refining, secondary Ingots, nonferrous: smelting and refining-secondary Iridium smelting and refining, secondary Lead smelting and refining, secondary Magnesium smelting and refining, secondary Nickel smelting and refining, secondary Nonferrous metal smelting and refining, secondary Platinum-group metals smelting and refining, secondary Precious metal smelting and refining, secondary Recovering and refining of nonferrous metals Recovery of silver from used photographic film Secondary refining and smelting of nonferrous metals Selenium refining, secondary Silver smelting and refining, secondary Solder (base metal), pig and ingot secondary Tin smelting and refining, secondary Zinc dust, reclaimed Zinc smelting and refining, secondary

3351 Rolling, Drawing, And Extruding Of Copper
Establishments primarily engaged in rolling, drawing, and extruding copper, brass, bronze, and other copper base alloy basic shapes, such as plate, sheet, strip, bar, and tubing. Establishments primarily engaged in recovering copper and its alloys from scrap or dross are classified in Industry 3341.

Bands, shell copper and copper alloy-made in copper rolling mills Bars, copper and copper alloy Brass rolling and drawing Bronze rolling and drawing Cartridge cups, discs, and sheets copper and copper alloy Cups, primer and cartridge copper and copper alloy Extruded shapes, copper and copper alloy Pipe, extruded and drawn: brass, bronze, and copper Plates, copper and copper alloy Primer cups, copper and copper alloy Rails, rolled and drawn: brass, bronze, and copper Rods, copper and copper alloy Rolling, drawing, and extruding of copper and copper alloys Rotating bands, copper and copper alloy Sheets, copper and copper alloy Shell discs, copper and copper alloy Slugs, copper and copper alloy Strip, copper and copper alloy Tubing, copper and copper alloy Wire, copper and copper alloy made in brass mills

3353 Aluminum Sheet, Plate, And Foil
Establishments primarily engaged in flat rolling aluminum and aluminum base alloy basic shapes, such as sheet, plate, and foil, including establishments producing welded tube. Also included are establishments primarily producing similar products by continuous casting.

Coils, sheet aluminum Foil, plain aluminum Plates, aluminum Sheets, aluminum Tubes, welded: aluminum

3354 Aluminum Extruded Products
Establishments primarily engaged in extruding aluminum and aluminum base alloy basic shapes, such as rod and bar, pipe and tube, and tube blooms including establishments producing tube by drawing.

Bars, aluminum extruded Coils, rod aluminum-extruded Extruded shapes, aluminum Pipe, aluminum extruded Rods, aluminum extruded Tube blooms, aluminum extruded Tube, aluminum extruded or drawn

3355 Aluminum Rolling And Drawing, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in rolling, drawing, and other operations resulting in the production of aluminum ingot, including extrusion ingot, and aluminum and aluminum-base alloy basic shapes, not elsewhere classified, such as rolled and continuous cast rod and bar. Establishments primarily engaged in producing aluminum powder, flake, and paste are classified in Industry 3399, and those producing aluminum wire and cable from purchased wire bars, rods, or wire are classified in Industry 3357.

Bars, aluminum rolled Cable, aluminum made in rolling mills Coils, wire aluminum made in rolling mills Extrusion ingot, aluminum made in rolling mills Ingot, aluminum made in rolling mills Rails, aluminum rolled and drawn Rods, aluminum rolled Slugs, aluminum Structural shapes, rolled aluminum Wire, aluminum made in rolling mills

3356 Rolling, Drawing, And Extruding Of Nonferrous Metals, Except
Establishments primarily engaged in rolling, drawing, and extruding nonferrous metals other than copper and aluminum. The products of this industry are in the form of basic shapes, such as plate, sheet, strip, bar, and tubing. Establishments primarily engaged in recovering nonferrous metals and alloys from scrap or dross are classified in Industry 3341; those manufacturing gold, silver, tin, and other foils, except aluminum, are classified in Industry 3497; and those manufacturing aluminum foil are classified in Industry 3353.

Battery metal Britannia metal, rolling and drawing Extruded shapes, nonferrous metals and alloys, except copper and Gold and gold alloy bars, sheets, strip, and tubing Gold rolling and drawing Lead and lead alloy bars, pipe, plates, rods, sheets, strip, and tubing Lead rolling, drawing, and extruding Magnesium and magnesium alloy bars, rods, shapes, sheets, strip, and Magnesium rolling, drawing, and extruding Nickel and nickel alloy pipe, plates, sheets, strips, and tubing Nonferrous rolling, drawing, and extruding except copper and Platinum and platinum alloy sheets and tubing Platinum-group metals rolling, drawing, and extruding Silver and silver alloy bars, rods, sheets, strip, and tubing Silver rolling and drawing Solder wire, bar acid core and rosin core Tin and tin alloy bars, pipe, rods, sheets, strip, and tubing Tin rolling and drawing Titanium and titanium alloy bars, rods, billets, sheets, strip, and Titanium from sponge Tungsten basic shapes Welding rods Wire, nonferrous except copper and aluminum made in rolling mills Zinc and zinc alloy bars, plates, pipe, rods, sheets, tubing, and wire Zinc rolling, drawing, and extruding Zirconium and zirconium alloy bars, rods, billets, sheets, strip

3357 Drawing And Insulating Of Nonferrous Wire
Establishments primarily engaged in drawing, drawing and insulating, and insulating wire and cable of nonferrous metals from purchased wire bars, rods, or wire. Also included are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing insulated fiber optic cable. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing glass fiber optic materials are classified in Industry 3229, and those manufacturing fabricated wire products from purchased wire are classified in Industry 3496.

Apparatus wire and cord made in wiredrawing plants Automotive and aircraft wire and cable, nonferrous Cable, nonferrous bare, insulated, or armored-mfpm Coaxial cable, nonferrous Communications wire and cable, nonferrous Cord sets, flexible made in wiredrawing plants Fiber optic cable Magnet wire, insulated Shipboard cable, nonferrous Signal and control cable, nonferrous Weatherproof wire and cable, nonferrous Wire cloth, nonferrous: made in wiredrawing plants Wire screening, nonferrous: made in wiredrawing plants Wire, nonferrous: bare, insulated, or armored-mfpm

3363 Aluminum Die-castings
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing die-castings of aluminum (including alloys).

Aluminum die-casting, including alloys

3364 Nonferrous Die-castings, Except Aluminum
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonferrous metal die-castings, except aluminum.

Beryllium die-castings Copper die-castings Die-casting nonferrous metals, except aluminum Lead die-castings Magnesium die-castings Titanium die-castings Zinc die-castings

3365 Aluminum Foundries
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing aluminum (including alloys) castings, except die-castings.

Aluminum and aluminum-base alloy castings, except die-castings Castings, aluminum: except die-castings Cooking utensils, cast aluminum: except die-castings Foundries, aluminum: except die-castings Hospital utensils, cast aluminum: except die-castings Household utensils, cast aluminum: except die-castings Kitchen utensils, cast aluminum: except die-castings Machinery castings, aluminum: except die-castings Pressure cookers, domestic: cast aluminum, except die-castings

3366 Copper Foundries
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing copper (including alloys) castings, except die-castings.

Bushings and bearings, except die-castings: brass, bronze, and copper Castings, except die-castings: brass, bronze, copper, and Copper and copper-base alloy castings, except die-castings Copper foundries, except die-castings Foundries: brass, bronze, copper, and copper-base alloy-except die- Machinery castings: brass, copper, and copper-base alloy-except die- Propellers, ship and screw: cast brass, bronze, copper

3369 Nonferrous Foundries, Except Aluminum And Copper
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonferrous metal castings (including alloys), except all die-castings and other castings of aluminum or copper.

Beryllium castings, except die-castings Castings, except die-castings and castings of aluminum and copper Castings, precision, except die-castings: industrial and aircraft Machinery castings, nonferrous: except aluminum, copper, copper Magnesium castings, except die-castings Nonferrous metal foundries, except aluminum, copper, and die Nonferrous metal machinery castings: except aluminum, copper, and Titanium castings, except die-castings White metal castings, except die-castings: lead, antimony, and tin Zinc castings, except die-castings

3398 Metal Heat Treating
Establishments primarily engaged in heat treating of metal for the trade.

Annealing of metal for the trade Brazing (hardening) metal for the trade Burning metal for the trade Hardening of metal for the trade Heat treating of metal for the trade Shot peening-treating steel to reduce fatigue Stainless steel, brazing (hardening) for the trade Tempering of metal for the trade

3399 Primary Metal Products, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing primary metal products, not elsewhere classified, such as nonferrous nails, brads, and spikes, and metal powder, flakes, and paste.

Aluminum atomized powder Balls, steel Brads, nonferrous metal (including wire) Flakes, metal Iron powdered Laminating steel for the trade Nails, nonferrous metal (including wire) Paste, metal Powder, metal: except artists' materials Reclaiming ferrous metals from clay Recovery of iron ore from open hearth slag Silver powder, except artists' materials Spikes, nonferrous metal (including wire) Staples, nonferrous metal (including wire) Tacks, nonferrous metal (including wire)

3411 Metal Cans
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal cans from purchased materials. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing foil containers are classified in Industry 3497.

Beer cans, metal Can lids and ends, metal Cans, aluminum Cans, metal Food containers, metal General line cans, metal Ice cream cans, metal Milk cans, metal Oil cans, metal Packers' cans, metal Pails, except shipping and stamped: metal Pans, tinned Tin cans

3412 Metal Shipping Barrels, Drums, Kegs, And Pails
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal shipping barrels drums, kegs, and pails.

Containers, shipping: barrels, kegs, drums, packages-liquid Drums, shipping: metal Milk (fluid) shipping containers, metal Pails, shipping: metal-except tinned

3421 Metal Shipping Barrels, Drums, Kegs, And Pails
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing safety razors, razor blades, scissors, shears, and other cutlery of metal, except precious metal and table cutlery with handles of metal. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing precious metal cutlery and table cutlery with handles of metal are classified in Industry 3914; those manufacturing electric razors, knives, or scissors are classified in Industry 3634; those manufacturing hair clippers for human use are classified in Industry 3999 and for animal use in Industry 3523; and those manufacturing power hedge shears and trimmers are classified in Industry 3524.

Barbers' scissors Butchers' knives Carving sets: except all metal Cleavers Clippers, fingernail and toenail Cutlery, except table cutlery with handles of metal Forks, table: except all metal Hedge shears and trimmers, except power Kitchen cutlery Knife blades Knife blanks Knives, table: metal, except all metal Knives: butchers', hunting, pocket, table-except all metal table and Potato peelers, hand Razor blades Razors: safety and straight Safety razor blades Scissors, hand Shears, hand Shears, metal cutting: hand Snips, tinners' Swords Table cutlery, except table cutlery with handles of metal Tailors' scissors

3423 Hand And Edge Tools, Except Machine Tools And Handsaws
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing files and other hand and edge tools for metalworking, woodworking, and general maintenance. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing handsaws and saw blades are classified in Industry 3425; and those manufacturing metal cutting dies, power driven handtools, and attachments and accessories for machine tools are classified in Major Group 35.

Adzes Awls Axes Bits (edge tools for woodworking) Blow torches Can openers, except electric Cane knives Cant hooks (handtools) Carpenters' handtools, except saws Caulking guns Caulking tools, hand Chisels Clamps, hand Corn knives Counterbores and countersinking bib, woodworking Countersinks Cutters, glass Cutting dies: except metal cutting Drawknives Drill bits, woodworking Drill, hand: except power Edge tools for woodworking: augers, bits, gimlets, countersinks, etc. Engravers' tools, hand Fence stretchers (handtools) Files, including recutting and resharpening Forks: garden, hay and manure, stone and ballast Garden handtools Gouges, woodworking Guns, caulking Hammers (handtools) Hatchets Hay knives Hoes, garden and masons' Hooks: bush, grass, baling, and husking Iron workers' handtools Jacks: lifting, screw, and ratchet (handtools) Jewelers' handtools Knives, agricultural and industrial Leaf skimmers and swimming pool rakes Levels, carpenters' Machetes Machine knives, except metal cutting Mallets, printers' Masons' handtools Mattocks (handtools) Mauls, metal (handtools) Mechanics' handtools Mitre boxes, metal Peavies (handtools) Picks (handtools) Planes, woodworking: hand Pliers (handtools) Plumbers' handtools Post hole diggers, hand Pruning tools Prying bars (handtools) Pullers: wheel, gear, and bearing (handtools) Punches (handtools) Putty knives Rakes, handtools Rasps, including recutting and resharpening Rules and rulers: metal, except slide Scoops, hand: metal Scrapers, woodworking: hand Screw drivers Scythes Shovels, hand Sickles, hand Sledges (handtools) Soldering guns and tools, hand: electric Soldering iron tips and tiplets Soldering irons and coppers Spades, hand Squares, carpenter Stone forks (handtools) Stonecutters' handtools Strapping tools, steel Test plugs: plumbers' handtools Tinners' handtools, except snips Tongs, oyster Tools and equipment for use with sporting arms Tools, hand: except power driven tools and saws Trowels Vises, carpenters' Vises, except machine Wrenches (handtools) Yardsticks, metal

3425 Saw Blades And Handsaws
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing handsaws and saw blades for hand and power driven saws. Establishments primarily engaged In manufacturing power driven sawing machines are classified in Major Group 35.

Chain type saw blades Saw blades, for hand or power saws Saws, hand: metalworking or woodworking

3429 Hardware, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing miscellaneous metal products usually termed hardware, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bolts and nuts are classified in Industry 3452; those manufacturing nails and spikes are classified in Major Group 33, those manufacturing cutlery are classified in Industry 3421; those manufacturing handtools are classified in Industry 3423; and those manufacturing pole line and transmission hardware are classified in Industry Group 364.

Andirons Angle irons, hardware Animal traps, iron and steel except wire Bellows, hand Brackets iron and steel Builders hardware, including locks and lock sets Cabinet hardware, including locks and lock sets Car seals, metal Casket hardware Casters, industrial Chain fittings Chair glides Clamps, hose Clamps, metal Couplings, hose Crab traps, steel: except wire Cuffs, leg iron Door bolts and checks Door locks and lock sets Door opening and closing devices except electrical Dzus fasteners Fireplace equipment (hardware) Furniture hardware, including casters Gun trigger locks Handcuffs Harness hardware Hinge tubes Hinges Horse bits Ice chests or coolers, portable, except insulated foam plastics Key blanks Keys Ladder jacks, metal Locks and lock sets except safe, vault and coin-operated Locks, trigger, for guns Luggage hardware Luggage racks, car top Marine hardware Metal fasteners, spring and cold-rolled steel, not made in rolling mills Motor vehicle hardware Nozzles, fire fighting Nut crackers and pickers, metal Organ hardware Padlocks Parachute hardware Piano hardware Pulleys, metal except power transmission equipment Rope fittings Saddlery hardware Sleeper mechanisms, for convertible beds Suitcase hardware, including locks Tackle blocks, metal Thimbles, wire rope Time locks Trimmings, trunk metal Trunk hardware, including locks Turnbuckles Utility carriers, car top Vacuum bottles and jugs Vehicle hardware aircraft, automobile, railroad, etc

3431 Enameled Iron And Metal Sanitary Ware
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing enameled iron, cast iron, or pressed metal sanitary ware. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics plumbing fixtures are classified in Industry 3088; those manufacturing vitreous and semivitreous pottery sanitary ware are classified in Industry 3261; and those manufacturing porcelain enameled kitchen, household, and hospital ware are classified in Industry 3469.

Bathroom fixtures: enameled iron, cast iron, and pressed metal Bathtub: enameled iron, cast iron, and pressed metal Drinking fountains, except mechanically refrigerated: metal Flush tanks, metal Laundry tub, enameled iron and other metal Lavatories, enameled iron and other metal Plumbing fixtures: enameled iron, cast iron, and pressed metal Portable chemical toilets (metal) Shower receptors, metal Shower stalls, metal Sinks: enameled iron, cast iron, and pressed metal Toilet fixtures: enameled iron, cast iron, and pressed metal Urinals: enameled iron, cast iron, and pressed metal Water closets: enameled iron, cast iron, and pressed metal

3432 Plumbing Fixture Fittings And Trim
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal plumbing fixture fittings and trim. Also included in this industry are establishments engaged in the assembly of plastics components into plumbing fixture fittings. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of steam or water line valves are classified in Industry Group 349. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing china and earthenware plumbing fixture fittings are classified in Industry 3261, and those manufacturing plastics plumbing fixture components are classified in Industry 3089.

Backflow preventors Brass goods, plumbers' Breakers, vacuum: plumbing Bubblers, drinking fountain Cocks, drain (including basin) Drains, plumbers' Faucets, metal and plastics Flush valves Interceptors, plumbers' Nozzles, lawn hose Nozzles, plumbers' Plumbers' brass goods Plumbing fixture fittings and trim Sanitary pipe fittings Shower rods Spigots, metal and plastics Sprinklers, lawn Stopcocks (plumbers' supplies) Water traps

3433 Heating Equipment, Except Electric And Warm Air Furnaces
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing heating equipment, except electric and warm air furnaces, including gas, oil, and stoker coal fired equipment for the automatic utilization of gaseous, liquid, and solid fuels. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing warm air furnaces are classified in Industry 3585; cooking stoves and ranges are classified in Industry 3631; boiler shops primarily engaged in the production of industrial, power, and marine boilers are classified in Industry 3443; and those manufacturing industrial process furnaces and ovens are classified in Industry 3567.

Boilers, low-pressure heating: steam or hot water Fireplace inserts Furnaces, domestic: steam or hot water Gas burners, domestic Gas heaters, room Gas infrared heating units Gas-oil burners, combination Heaters, swimming pool: oil or gas Heating apparatus, except electric or warm air Kerosene space heaters Logs, fireplace: gas Oil burners, domestic and industrial Radiators, except electric Range boilers, galvanized iron and nonferrous metal Room heaters, except electric Salamanders, coke and gas burning Solar energy collectors, liquid or gas Solar heaters Space heaters, except electric Stokers, mechanical: domestic and industrial Stoves, household: heating-except electric Stoves, wood and coal burning Unit heaters, domestic: except electric Wall heaters, except electric

3441 Fabricated Structural Metal
Establishments primarily engaged in fabricating iron and steel or other metal for structural purposes, such as bridges, buildings, and sections for ships, boats, and barges. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal doors, sash, frames, molding, and trim are classified in Industry 3442; and establishments doing fabrication work at the site of construction are classified in Division C, Construction.

Barge sections, prefabricated metal Boat sections, prefabricated metal Expansion joints (structural shapes): iron and steel Floor jacks, metal Floor posts, adjustable: metal Gates, dam: metal plate Highway bridge sections, prefabricated metal Joists, open web steel: long-span series Radio and television tower sections, prefabricated metal Railway bridge sections, prefabricated metal Ship sections, prefabricated metal Steel joists, open web: long-span series Steel railroad car racks (for transporting motor vehicles fabricated) Structural steel, fabricated Tower sections, transmission: prefabricated metal

3442 Metal Doors, Sash, Frames, Molding, And Trim
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ferrous and nonferrous metal doors, sash, window and door frames and screens, molding, and trim. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal covered wood doors, windows, sash, door frames, molding, and trim are classified in Industry 2431.

Baseboards, metal Casements, aluminum Door and jamb assemblies, prefabricated: metal Door frames and sash, metal Doors, louver: all metal or metal frame Doors, metal Fire doors, metal Garage doors, overhead: metal Hangar doors, sheet metal Jalousies, all metal or metal frame Louver windows, all metal or metal frame Moldings and trim, metal: except automobile Rolling doors for industrial buildings and warehouses, metal Screen doors, metal Screens, door and window: metal frame Shutters, door and window: metal Store fronts, prefabricated: metal except porcelain enameled Storm doors and windows, metal Trim and molding, except automobile: metal Weather strip, metal Window frames and sash, metal

3443 Fabricated Plate Work (boiler Shops)
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing power and marine boilers, pressure and nonpressure tanks, processing and storage vessels, heat exchangers, weldments and similar products, by the process of cutting, forming and joining metal plates, shapes, bars, sheet, pipe mill products and tubing to custom or standard design, for factory or field assembly. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing warm air heating furnaces are classified in Industry 3585; those manufacturing other nonelectric heating apparatus, except power boilers, are classified in Industry 3433; those manufacturing household cooking apparatus are classified in Industry 3631; and those manufacturing industrial process furnaces and ovens are classified in Industry 3567.

Absorbers, gas Accumulators (industrial pressure vessels) Acetylene cylinders Aftercooler shells Air preheaters, nonrotating: plate type Air receiver tanks, metal plate Airlocks Annealing boxes, pots, and covers Atomic waste casks Autoclaves, industrial Baffles Bails, ladle Bins, prefabricated metal plate Boiler shop products: industrial boilers, smokestacks, and steel tanks Boilers: industrial, power, and marine Boxes, condenser: metal plate Breechings, metal plate Buoys, metal Cable trays, metal plate Caissons, metal plate Cars for hot metal Casing, boiler: metal plate Casings, scroll Chutes, metal plate Condensers, barometric Condensers, steam Containers, shipping metal plate (bombs, etc.)except missile casings Cooling towers, metal plate Cryogenic tanks, for liquids and gases: metal plate Culverts, metal plate Cupolas, metal plate Cyclones, industrial: metal plate Cylinders, pressure: metal plate Digesters, process: metal plate Ducting, metal plate Economizers (boilers) Evaporators (process vessels), metal plate Exchangers, heat: industrial, scientific, and nuclear Farm storage tanks, metal plate Fermenters (process vessels), metal plate Floating covers, metal plate Flumes, metal plate Forms, collapsible: for tunnels Fractionating columns, metal plate Fuel tanks, metal plate Fumigating chambers, metal plate Gas holders, metal plate Gas tanks, metal plate Heat transfer drives (finned tubing) High vacuum coaters, metal plate Hoods, industrial: metal plate Hooks, crane: laminated plate Hoppers, metal plate Housing cabinets for radium, metal plate Housings, pressure Hydropneumatic tanks, metal plate Intercooler shells Jackets, industrial: metal plate Kettles (process vessels), metal plate Knockouts, free water: metal plate Ladles, metal plate Liners, industrial: metal plate Liquid oxygen tanks, metal plate Melting pots, for metal Missile silos and components, metal plate Mixers for hot metal Nuclear core structurals, metal plate Nuclear shielding, metal plate Oil storage tanks, metal plate Penstocks, metal plate Perforating on heavy metal Pile shells, metal plate Pipe, large diameter: metal plate-made by plate fabricators Plate work, fabricated: cutting, punching, bending, and shaping Precipitators (process vessels), metal plate Pressure vessels, industrial: metal plate-made in boiler shops Pressurizers and auxiliary equipment, nuclear: metal plate Reactor containment vessels, metal plate Reactors, nuclear: military and industrial Retorts, industrial Rocket transportation casings Separators, industrial process: metal plate Septic tanks, metal plate Skid tanks, metal plate Smelting pots and retorts Smokestacks, boiler plate Space simulation chambers, metal plate Spheres, for liquids or gas: metal plate Standpipes Steam jet after coolers Steam jet inter condensers Sterilizing chambers, metal plate Stills, pressure: metal plate Storage tanks, metal plate Surge tanks, metal plate Tanks for tank trucks, metal plate Tanks, metal plate: lined Tanks, standard and custom fabricated: metal plate-made in boiler Towers, tank: metal plate Towers: bubble, cooling, fractionating-metal plate Trash racks, metal plate Troughs, industrial metal plate Truss plates, metal Tunnel lining, metal plate Tunnels, vacuum: metal plate Tunnels, wind Vacuum tanks, metal plate Vats, metal plate Vessels, process and storage: metal plate (made in boiler shops) Water tanks, metal plate Weldments

3444 Sheet Metal Work
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing sheet metal work for buildings (not including fabrication work done by construction contractors at the place of construction), and manufacturing stovepipes, light tanks, and other products of sheet metal.

Air cowls, scoops, or airports (ship ventilators), sheet metal Awnings, sheet metal Bins, prefabricated: sheet metal Booths, spray prefabricated sheet metal Canopies, sheet metal Casings, sheet metal Coal chutes, prefabricated sheet metal Cooling towers, sheet metal Cornices, sheet metal Culverts, sheet metal Dampers, sheet metal Door hoods, aluminum Downspouts, sheet metal Ducts, sheet metal Eaves, sheet metal Elbows for conductor pipe, hot air ducts, and stovepipe: sheet metal Flooring, cellular steel Flues, stove and furnace: sheet metal Flumes, sheet metal Forming machine work for the trade except stampings: sheet metal Forms for concrete, sheet metal Furnace casings, sheet metal Guardrails, highway: sheet metal Gutters, sheet metal Hoods, range sheet metal Hoppers, sheet metal Housings for business machines, sheet metal except stamped Irrigation pipe, sheet metal Joists, sheet metal Laundry hampers, sheet metal Louvers, sheet metal Machine guards, sheet metal Mail chutes, sheet metal Mail collection or storage boxes, sheet metal Pile shells, sheet metal Pipe, sheet metal Post office collection boxes Radiator shields and enclosures, sheet metal Restaurant sheet metal work Roof deck, sheet metal Sheet metal specialties, not stamped Siding, sheet metal Skylights, sheet metal Spouts, sheet metal Stove boards, sheet metal Stove pipe and flues, sheet metal Studs, sheet metal Troughs, elevator: sheet metal Vats, sheet metal Ventilators, sheet metal Wells, light: sheet metal

3446 Architectural And Ornamental Metal Work
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing architectural and ornamental metal work, such as stairs and staircases, open steel flooring (grating), fire escapes, grilles, railings, and fences and gates, except those made from wire. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fences and gates from purchased wire are classified in Industry 3496; those manufacturing prefabricated metal buildings and parts are classified in Industry 3448; and those manufacturing miscellaneous metal work are classified in Industry 3449.

Acoustical suspension systems, metal Balconies, metal Bank fixtures, ornamental metal Bannisters, railings, guards, etc: made from metal pipe Brasswork, ornamental structural Channels, furring Elevator guide rails, metal Fences and posts, ornamental iron and steel Fire escapes, metal Flagpoles, metal Flooring, open steel (grating) Gates, ornamental metal Gratings (open steel flooring) Gratings, tread fabricated metal Ladders, chain: metal Ladders, for permanent installation metal Lamp posts, metal Lintels, light gauge steel Ornamental and architectural metal work Partitions and grillework, ornamental metal Pipe bannisters, railings, and guards Purlins, light gauge steel Railings, prefabricated metal Registers, air: metal Scaffolds metal (mobile or stationary) Stair railings, metal Staircases, prefabricated metal Stairs, prefabricated metal Treads, stair: fabricated metal

3448 Prefabricated Metal Buildings And Components
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing portable and other prefabricated metal buildings and parts and prefabricated exterior metal panels.

Buildings, prefabricated: metal Carports, prefabricated: metal Docks, building, prefabricated: metal Dwellings, prefabricated: metal Farm buildings, prefabricated: metal Garages, prefabricated: metal Greenhouses, prefabricated: metal Houses, prefabricated: metal Panels for prefabricated metal buildings Portable buildings, prefabricated metal Prefabricated buildings, metal Ramps, prefabricated: metal Sections for prefabricated metal buildings Silos, metal Utility buildings, prefabricated: metal

3449 Miscellaneous Structural Metal Work
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing miscellaneous structural metal work, such as metal plaster bases, fabricated bar joists, and concrete reinforcing bars. Also included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in custom roll forming of metal.

Bars, concrete reinforcing: fabricated steel Curtain wall, metal Custom roll formed products, metal Joists, fabricated bar Landing mats, aircraft: metal Lath, expanded metal Plastering accessories, metal

3451 Screw Machine Products
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing automatic or hand screw machine products from rod, bar, or tube stock of metal, fiber, plastics or other material. The products of this industry consist of a wide variety of unassembled parts and are usually manufactured on a job or order basis. Establishments included in this industry may perform assembly of some parts manufactured in the same establishment, but establishments primarily engaged in producing assembled components are classified according to the nature of the components. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing standard bolts, nuts, rivets, screws, and other industrial fasteners on headers, threaders, and nut forming machines are classified in Industry 3452.

Screw machine products: produced on a job or order basis

3452 Bolts, Nuts, Screws, Rivets, And Washers
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal bolts, nuts, screws, rivets, washers, formed and threaded wire goods, and special industrial fasteners. Rolling mills engaged in manufacturing similar products are classified in Major Group 33; establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing screw machine products are classified in Industry 3451; and those manufacturing plastics fasteners are classified in Industry 3089.

Bolts, metal Cotter pins, metal Dowel pins, metal Gate hooks Lock washers Machine keys Nuts, metal Rivets, metal Screw eyes, metal Screw hooks Screws, metal Spring pins, metal Spring washers, metal Toggle bolts, metal Washers, metal Wood screws, metal

3462 Iron And Steel Forgings
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing iron and steel forgings, with or without the use of dies.

Aircraft forgings, ferrous: not made in rolling mills Anchors, forged: not made in rolling mills Anvils, forged: not made in rolling mills Armor plate, forged iron and steel: not made in rolling mills Automotive forgings, ferrous: not made in rolling mills Axles, railroad: forged-not made in rolling mills Bumping posts, railroad: forged-not made in rolling mills Bus, truck and trailer forgings, ferrous: not made in rolling mills Calks, horseshoe: forged-not made in rolling mills Chains, forged steel: not made in rolling mills Construction and mining equipment forgings, ferrous: not made Crankshafts, forged steel: not made in rolling mills Engine forgings, ferrous: not made in rolling mills Flange, valve, and pipe fitting forgings, ferrous: not made in Forgings, iron and steel: not made in rolling mills Gears, forged steel: not made in rolling mills Hammer forgings, not made in rolling mills Horseshoes, not made in rolling mills Internal combustion engine (stationary and mobile) forgings, Machinery forgings, ferrous: not made in rolling mills Mechanical power transmission forgings, ferrous: not made in rolling Missile forgings, ferrous: not made in rolling mills Nuclear power plant forgings, ferrous: not made in rolling mills Ordnance forgings, ferrous: not made in rolling mills Pole line hardware forgings, ferrous not made in rolling mills Press forgings, iron and steel: not made in rolling mills Pump and compressor forgings, ferrous: not made in rolling mills Railroad wheels, axles, frogs, and related equipment: forged-mfpm Switches, railroad: forged-not made in rolling mills Turbine engine forgings, ferrous: not made in rolling mills Upset forgings, iron and steel: not made in rolling mills Wheels, car and locomotive: forged-not made in rolling mills

3463 Nonferrous Forgings
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonferrous forgings, with or without the use of dies.

Aircraft forgings, nonferrous: not made in hot-rolling mills Aluminum forgings, not made in hot-rolling mills Automotive forgings, nonferrous: not made in hot-rolling mills Bearing and bearing race forgings, nonferrous: not made in Engine and turbine forgings, nonferrous: not made in hot-rolling mills Flange, valve and pipe fitting forgings, nonferrous: not made Machinery forgings, nonferrous: not made in hot-rolling mills Mechanical power transmission forgings, nonferrous: not made in hot- Missile forgings, nonferrous: not made in hot-rolling mills Nonferrous forgings, not made in hot-rolling mills Ordnance forgings, nonferrous: not made in hot-rolling mills Plumbing fixture forgings, nonferrous: not made in hot-rolling mills Pole line hardware forgings, nonferrous: not made in hot rolling mills Pump and compressor forgings, nonferrous: not made in hot-rolling Titanium forgings, not made in hot-rolling mills

3465 Automotive Stampings
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing automotive stampings, such as body parts, hubs, and trim.

Automotive stampings: e.g., fenders, tops, hub caps, body parts, trim Body parts, automotive: stamped Moldings and trim, automotive: stamped

3466 Crowns And Closures
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal crowns and closures.

Bottle caps and tops, stamped metal Closures, stamped metal Crowns, jar: stamped metal Jar crowns and tops, stamped metal Tops, jar: stamped metal

3469 Metal Stampings, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal stampings and spun products, not elsewhere classified, including porcelain enameled products. Products of this industry include household appliance housings and parts; cooking and kitchen utensils; and other nonautomotive job stampings.

Appliance parts, porcelain enameled Ashcans, stamped and pressed metal Ashtrays, stamped metal Automobile license tags, stamped metal Bottle openers, stamped metal Capacitor and condenser cans and cases: stamped metal Cash and stamp boxes, stamped metal Chassis, radio and television: stamped metal Cookers, pressure: stamped or drawn Cooking ware, porcelain enameled Electronic enclosures: stamped or pressed Fins, tube: stamped metal Floor tile, stamped metal Furniture components, porcelain enameled Garbage cans, stamped and pressed metal Helmets, steel Honeycombed metal Household utensils, stamped and pressed metal Housings for business machines, stamped metal Ice cream dippers Ironer parts, porcelain enameled Kitchen utensils, porcelain enameled Kitchen utensils, stamped and pressed metal Lunch boxes, stamped metal Machine parts, stamped and pressed metal Mail boxes, except collection boxes Pails, stamped and pressed metal: except tinned and shipping type Pans, stamped and pressed metal: except tinned Patterns on metal Perforated metal, stamped Perforating on light metal Rigidizing metal Spinning metal, for the trade Stamping metal, for the trade Store fronts, porcelain enameled Stove parts, porcelain enameled Table tops, porcelain enameled Teakettles, except electric: stamped metal Tool boxes, stamped metal Utensils, metal, except cast: household, commercial, and hospital Utensils, porcelain enameled: household, commercial, and hospital Washing machine parts, porcelain enameled Wastebaskets, stamped metal

3471 Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, And Coloring
Establishments primarily engaged in all types of electroplating, plating, anodizing, coloring, and finishing of metals and formed products for the trade. Also included in this industry are establishments which perform these types of activities, on their own account, on purchased metals or formed products. Establishments that both manufacture and finish products are classified according to the products.

Anodizing of metals and formed products, for the trade Buffing, for the trade Chromium plating of metals and formed products, for the trade Cleaning and descaling metal products, for the trade Coloring and finishing of aluminum and formed products, for the Decontaminating and cleaning of missile and satellite parts, for the Decorative plating and finishing of formed products, for the trade Depolishing metal, for the trade Electrolizing steel, for the trade Electroplating of metals and formed products, for the trade Finishing metal products and formed products, for the trade Gold plating, for the trade Plating of metals and formed products for the trade Polishing of metals and formed products, for the trade Rechroming auto bumpers, for the trade Sandblasting of metal parts, for the trade Tumbling (cleaning and polishing) of machine parts, for the trade

3479 Coating, Engraving, And Allied Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in performing the following types of services on metals, for the trade: (1) enameling, lacquering, and varnishing metal products; (2) hot dip galvanizing of mill sheets, plates and bars, castings, and formed products fabricated of iron and steel; hot dip coating such items with aluminum, lead, or zinc; retinning cans and utensils; (3) engraving, chasing and etching jewelry, silverware, notarial and other seals, and other metal products for purposes other than printing; and (4) other metal services, not elsewhere classified. Also included in this industry are establishments which perform these types of activities on their own account on purchased metals or formed products. Establishments that both manufacture and finish products are classified according to the products.

Bonderizing of metal and metal products, for the trade Chasing on metals for the trade, for purposes other than printing Coating (hot dipping) of metals and formed products, for the trade Coating and wrapping steel pipe Coating of metals with plastics and resins, for the trade Coating of metals with silicon, for the trade Coating, rust preventive Dipping metal in plastics solution aa a preservative, for the trade Enameling (including porcelain) of metal products, for the trade Engraving jewelry, silverware, and metal for the trade: except Etching on metals for purposes other than printing Etching: photochemical, for the trade Galvanizing of iron and steel and end formed products, for the trade Japanning of metal Jewelry enameling, for the trade Lacquering of metal products, for the trade Name plates: engraved and etched Painting (enameling and varnishing) of metal products, for the trade Pan glazing, for the trade Parkerizing, for the trade Phosphate coating of metal and metal products, for the trade Retinning of cans and utensils, not done in rolling mills Rust proofing (hot dipping) of metals and formed products, for the Sherardizing of metals and metal products, for the trade Varnishing of metals products, for the trade

3482 Small Arms Ammunition
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ammunition for small arms having a bore of 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ammunition, except for small arms, are classified in Industry 3483; those manufacturing blasting and detonating caps and safety fuses are classified in Industry 2892; and those manufacturing fireworks are classified in Industry 2899.

Ammunition and component parts, small arms: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) Bullet jackets and cores, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Cartridge cases for ammunition, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Cartridges, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Cores, bullet: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Paper shells, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Pellets ammunition: pistol and air rifle Percussion caps, for ammunition of 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Shells, small arms: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Shot, BB Shot, lead Shot, pellet Shot, steel ammunition Shotgun ammunition Wads, ammunition: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less

3483 Ammunition, Except For Small Arms
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ammunition, not elsewhere classified, or in loading and assembling ammunition more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch), including component parts. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bombs, mines, torpedoes, grenades, depth charges, chemical warfare projectiles, and their component parts. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing small arms ammunition are classified in Industry 3482; those manufacturing explosives are classified in Industry 2892; and those manufacturing military pyrotechnics are classified in Industry 2899.

Ammunition and component parts more than 30 mm. (or more than Ammunition loading and assembling plants Arming and fusing devices for missiles Bag loading plants, ammunition Bomb loading and assembling plants Bombcluster adapters Bombs and parts Boosters and bursters Canisters, ammunition Caps, bomb Chemical warfare projectiles and components Depth charges and parts (ordnance) Detonators for ammunition more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 Detonators: mine, bomb, depth charge, and chemical warfare Fin assemblies, mortar: more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch) Fin assemblies, torpedo and bomb Fuses for ammunition more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch) Fuses: mine, torpedo, bomb, depth charge, and chemical warfare Grenades and parts Jet propulsion projectiles, complete Loading and assembling bombs, powder bags, and shells: more than Mines and parts (ordnance) Missile warheads Mortar shells, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch) Primers for ammunition, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch) Projectile forgings, machined: for ammunition more than 30 mm. (or Rockets (ammunition) Shells, artillery: more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch) Torpedoes and parts (ordnance) Tracer igniters for ammunition more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18

3484 Small Arms
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing small firearms having a bore 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less, and parts for small firearms. Also included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing certain weapons more than 30 mm. which are carried and employed by the individual, such as grenade launchers and heavy field machine guns. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing artillery and mortars having a bore more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch), and component parts, are classified in Industry 3489.

Barrels, gun: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Carbines, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Carts, machine gun and machine gun ammunition Clips, gun: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Cylinders and clips, gun: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Firearms, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Grenade launchers Gun sights, except optical: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Guns, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Guns, dart: except toy Guns: BB and pellet Links, for ammunition 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Machine gun belts, metallic: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Machine guns and parts, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Magazines, gun: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Mounts for guns, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Pistols and parts, except toy Pyrotechnic pistols and projectors Recoil mechanisms for guns, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Revolvers and parts Rifles and parts, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Rifles, high compression pneumatic: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less Rifles: BB and pellet Rifles: pneumatic, spring loaded, and compressed air-except toy Shotguns and parts Submachine guns and parts

3489 Ordnance And Accessories, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ordnance and accessories, not elsewhere classified, such as naval, aircraft, antiaircraft, tank, coast, and field artillery having a bore more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch), and components. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing small arms and parts 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less are classified in Industry 3484; those manufacturing tanks are classified in Industry 3795; and those manufacturing guided missiles are classified in Industry Group 376.

Antisubmarine projectors (ordnance) Antitank rocket launchers Artillery parts for artillery more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 Artillery, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch): aircraft, Barrels, gun: more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch) Bofors guns Cannons, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch) Carriages, gun: for artillery more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 Catapult guns Depth charge release pistols and projectors Flame throwers (ordnance) Gun turrets and parts for artillery more than 30 mm. (or more than Guns, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch) Howitzers, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch) Limbers, gun and caisson Links for ammunition more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch) Livens projectors (ordnance) Machine guns, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch) Mortars, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch) Oerlikon guns Projectors antisub, depth charge release, grenade, livens, and rocket Recoil mechanisms for guns more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 Rifles, recoilless Rocket launchers, hand-held Smoke generators (ordnance) Tampions for guns more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch) Torpedo tubes (ordnance)

3491 Industrial Valves
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial valves. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fluid power valves are classified in Industry 3492; those manufacturing plumbing fixture fittings and trim are classified in Industry 3432; and those manufacturing plumbing and heating valves are classified in Industry 3494.

Boiler gauge cocks Compressed gas cylinder valves Fire hydrant valves Gas valves and parts, industrial Pop safety valves, over 15 lbs. w.s.p. Pressure valves, industrial: except power transfer Steam traps, over 16 lb. w.s.p. Valves, automatic control: industrial, except fluid power Valves, industrial: gate, globe, check, pop safety, and relief Valves, nuclear Valves, relief: over 15 lbs. w.s.p. Valves, solenoid: except fluid power Water works valves

3492 Fluid Power Valves And Hose Fittings
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hydraulic and pneumatic valves, hose and tube fittings, and hose assemblies for fluid power systems. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fluid power cylinders are classified in Industry 3593; those manufacturing fluid power pumps are classified in Industry 3594; and those manufacturing hydraulic intake and exhaust motor vehicle valves are classified in Industry 3592.

Control valves fluid power metal Electrohydraulic servo valves, fluid power metal Hose fittings and assemblies, fluid power metal Hydraulic valves, including aircraft fluid power-metal Pneumatic valves, including aircraft fluid power-metal Pressure control valves, fluid power metal Solenoid valves, fluid power metal Tube fittings and assemblies, fluid power metal Valves, automatic control: fluid power-metal Valves, hydraulic and pneumatic control: fluid power-metal

3493 Steel Springs, Except Wire
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing leaf springs, hot wound springs, and coiled flat springs. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wire springs are classified in Industry 3495.

Automobile springs Coiled flat springs Flat springs, sheet or strip stock Helical springs, hot wound: for railroad equipment and vehicles Hot wound springs, except wire springs Leaf springs: automobile, locomotive, and other vehicle Railroad equipment springs Steel springs, except wire Torsion bar springs

3494 Valves And Pipe Fittings, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal valves and pipe fittings, not elsewhere classified, such as plumbing and heating valves, and pipe fittings, flanges, and unions, except from purchased pipes. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics pipe fittings are classified in Industry 3089; those manufacturing plumbing fixture fittings and trim are classified in Industry 3432; and those manufacturing fittings and couplings for garden hose are classified in Industry 3429. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fluid power valves are classified in Industry 3492, and those manufacturing other industrial valves are classified in Industry 3491. Establishments primarily engaged in fabricating pipe fittings from purchased metal pipe by processes such as cutting, threading, and bending are classified in Industry 3498.

Boiler couplings and drains, metal Couplings, pipe: except pressure and soil pipe-metal Elbows, pipe: except pressure and soil pipe-metal Flanges and flange unions, pipe: metal Line strainers, for use in piping systems-metal Pipe fittings, except plumbers' brass goods: metal Pipe hangers, metal Plumbing and heating valves, metal Reducer returns, pipe: metal Steam fittings and specialties, except plumbers' brass goods and Stop cocks, except drain: metal Unions, pipe: metal Well adapters, tipless: metal

3495 Wire Springs
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wire springs from purchased wire. Establishments primarily engaged in assembling wire bedsprings or seats are classified in Major Group 25.

Clock springs, precision: made from purchased wire Furniture springs, unassembled: made from purchased wire Gun springs, precision: made from purchased wire Hairsprings, made from purchased wire Instrument springs, precision: made from purchased wire Mechanical springs, precision: made from purchased wire Sash balances, spring Spring units for seats, made from purchased wire Springs, except complete bedsprings made from purchased wire Upholstery springs, unassembled: made from purchased wire

3496 Miscellaneous Fabricated Wire Products
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing miscellaneous fabricated wire products from purchased wire, such as non-insulated wire rope and cable; fencing; screening, netting, paper machine wire cloth; hangers, paper clips, kitchenware, and wire carts. Rolling mills engaged in manufacturing wire products are classified in Major Group 33. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing steel nails and spikes from purchased wire or rod are classified in Industry 3315; those manufacturing nonferrous wire nails and spikes from purchased wire or rod are classified in Industry 3399; those drawing and insulating nonferrous wire are classified in Industry 3357; and those manufacturing wire springs are classified in Industry 3495.

Antisubmarine and torpedo nets, made from purchased wire Barbed wire, made from purchased wire Baskets, made from purchased wire Belts, conveyor: made from purchased wire Belts, drying made from purchased wire Bird cages, made from purchased wire Bottle openers, made from purchased wire Cable, uninsulated wire: made from purchased wire Cages, wire: made from purchased wire Carts, grocery: made from purchased wire Chain, welded: made from purchased wire Chain, wire: made from purchased wire Clips and fasteners, made from purchased wire Cloth, woven wire: made from purchased wire Concrete reinforcing mesh, made from purchased wire Cylinder wire cloth, made from purchased wire Delivery cases, made from purchased wire Diamond cloth, made from purchased wire Door mats, made from purchased wire Fabrics, woven wire: made from purchased wire Fencing, made from purchased wire Florists' designs, made from purchased wire Fourdrinier wire cloth, made from purchased wire Gates, fence: made from purchased wire Grilles and grillework, woven wire: made from purchased wire Guards, made from purchased wire Hangers, garment: made from purchased wire Hardware cloth, woven wire: made from purchased wire Hog rings, made from purchased wire Insect screening, woven wire: made from purchased wire Key rings, made from purchased wire Keys, can: made from purchased wire Kitchen wire goods, made from purchased wire Lamp frames, wire: made from purchased wire Lath, woven wire: made from purchased wire Mats and matting, made from purchased wire Mesh, made from purchased wire Netting, woven wire: made from purchased wire Paper clips and fasteners, made from purchased wire Paper machine wire cloth, made from purchased wire Partitions and grillework, made from purchased wire Postal screen wire equipment-mfpm Potato mashers, made from purchased wire Poultry netting, made from purchased wire Racks without rigid framework, made from purchased wire Rods, gas welding: made from purchased wire Rope, uninsulated wire: made from purchased wire Screening, woven wire: made from purchased wire Shelving without rigid framework, made from purchased wire Sieves, made from purchased wire Skid chains, made from purchased wire Slings, lifting: made from purchased wire Spiral cloth, made from purchased wire Staples, wire: made from purchased wire Strand, uninsulated wire: made from purchased wire Ties, bale: made from purchased wire Tire chains, made from purchased wire Traps, animal and fish: made from purchased wire Trays, made from purchased wire Wire and wire products mfpm: except insulated wire, and nails and Wire winding of purchased wire Wire, concrete reinforcing: made from purchased wire Woven wire products, made from purchased wire

3497 Metal Foil And Leaf
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing gold, silver, tin, and other metal foil (including converted metal foil) and leaf. Also included are establishments primarily engaged in converting metal foil (including aluminum) into wrappers, cookware, dinnerware, and containers, except bags and liners. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plain aluminum foil are classified in Industry 3353.

Copper foil, not made in rolling mills Foil containers for bakery goods and frozen foods, except bags and Foil, except aluminum: not made in rolling mills Foil, laminated to paper or other materials Gold beating (manufacturing of gold leaf and foil) Gold foil and leaf, not made in rolling mills Lead foil, not made in rolling mills Leaf, metal Magnesium and magnesium base alloy foil, not made in rolling mills Nickel foil, not made in rolling mills Platinum and platinum base alloy foil Silver foil and leaf Tin foil, not made in rolling mills Zinc foil, not made in rolling mills

3498 Fabricated Pipe And Pipe Fittings
Establishments primarily engaged in fabricating pipe and pipe fittings from purchased metal pipes by processes such as cutting, threading, and bending. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cast iron pipe and fittings, including cast and forged pipe fittings which have been machined and threaded, are classified in Industry 3321; those manufacturing welded and heavy riveted pipe and seamless steel pipe are classified in Industry 3317; and those manufacturing products such as banisters, railings, and guards from pipe are classified in Industry 3446.

Bends, pipe: fabricated from purchased metal pipe Coils, pipe: fabricated from purchased metal pipe Couplings, pipe: fabricated from purchased metal pipe Manifolds, pipe: fabricated from purchased metal pipe Nipples, metal pipe: except pressure and soil pipe Pipe and fittings, fabricated from purchased metal pipe Pipe headers, welded: fabricated from purchased metal pipe Pipe, fabricated from purchased metal pipe Piping systems, metal: for pulp, paper and chemical industries Sections, pipe: fabricated from purchased metal pipe Tube fabricating (contract bending and shaping); metal

3499 Fabricated Metal Products, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fabricated metal products, not elsewhere classified, such as fire or burglary resistive steel safes and vaults and similar fire or burglary resistive products; and collapsible tubes of thin flexible metal. Also included are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal boxes, metal ladders, and metal household articles, such as ice cream freezers and ironing boards. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing concrete burial vaults are classified in Industry 3272, and metal burial vaults are classified in Industry 3995. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing advertising novelties are classified in Industry 3993.

Aerosol valves, metal Ammunition boxes metal Aquarium accessories, metal Automobile seat frames, metal Bank chests, metal Barricades, metal Book ends, metal Boxes for packing and shipping, metal Chair frames, metal Chests, fire or burglary resistive: metal Collapsible tubes for viscous products, metal Doors, safe and vault: metal Drain plugs, magnetic: metal Drill stands, metal Ferrules, metal Fountains, metal (except drinking) Friction material, made from powdered metal Furniture parts, metal Hoops, metal: other than wire Ice cream freezers, household, nonelectric: metal Ironing boards, metal Ladder assemblies, combination workstand: metal Ladders, metal: portable Linings, safe and vault: metal Locks, safe and vault: metal Machine bases, metal Magnets, permanent: metallic Marine horns, compressed air or steam: metal Money chests, metal Novelties and specialties, metal: except advertising novelties Powder metal products, custom molding Reels, cable: metal Safe deposit boxes and chests, metal Safes, metal Shims, metal Spray nozzles, aerosol Stabilizing bars (cargo), metal Strapping, metal Tablets, metal Target drones for use by ships, metal Toilet ware, metal: except silver, nickel, silver, pewter and plated Trophies, metal: except silver, nickel, silver, pewter, and plated Vaults, except burial vaults: metal Wheels, stamped metal, disc type: wheelbarrow, stroller, lawnmower

3511 Steam, Gas, And Hydraulic Turbines, And Turbine Generator Set Units
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing steam turbines; hydraulic turbines; gas turbines, except aircraft; and complete steam, gas, and hydraulic turbine generator set units. Also included in this industry are the manufacture of wind and solar powered turbine generators and windmills for generating electric power. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonautomotive type generators are classified in Industry 3621; those manufacturing aircraft turbines are classified in Industry 3724; and those manufacturing windmill heads and towers for pumping water for agricultural use are classified in Industry 3523.

Gas turbines, mechanical drive Governors, steam Hydraulic turbines Solar powered turbine-generator sets Steam engines, except locomotives Steam turbines Tank turbines Turbine generator set units, complete steam, gas, and hydraulic Turbines steam, hydraulic, and gas-except aircraft type Turbo-generators Water turbines Wind powered turbine-generator sets Windmills for generating power

3519 Internal Combustion Engines, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing diesel, semi-diesel, or other internal combustion engines, not elsewhere classified, for stationary, marine, traction, and other uses. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing aircraft engines are classified in Industry 3724, and those manufacturing automotive engines, except diesel, are classified in Industry 3714.

Diesel and semi-diesel engines for stationary, marine, traction, etc Diesel engine parts Engines and engine parts internal combustion military tank Engines, internal combustion except aircraft and non-diesel Engines diesel and semi-diesel and dual fuel-except aircraft Gas and diesel engine rebuilding, on a factory basis Governors, diesel engine Internal combustion engines, except aircraft and non-diesel automotive Marine engines: diesel, semi-diesel, and other internal combustion Outboard motors, except electric Semi-diesel Engines for stationary, marine, traction, or other uses Tank engines and engine parts, internal combustion: military

3523 Farm Machinery And Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing farm machinery and equipment, including wheel tractors, for use in the preparation and maintenance of the soil; planting and harvesting of the crop; preparing crops for market on the farm; or for use in performing other farm operations and processes. Included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing commercial mowing and other turf and grounds care equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing farm handtools are classified in Industry Group 342, and those manufacturing garden tractors, lawnmowers and other lawn and garden equipment are classified in Industry 3524.

Agricultural implements and machinery Ammonia applicators and attachments (agricultural machinery) Bale throwers Balers, farm: e.g., hay, straw, cotton Barn cleaners Barn stanchions and standards Blowers and cutters, ensilage Blowers, forage Brooders Cabs, agricultural machinery Calf savers (farm equipment) Cattle feeding, handling, and watering equipment Cattle oilers (farm equipment) Chicken brooders Cleaning machines for fruits, grains and vegetables: farm Combines (harvester-threshers) Conveyors, farm (agricultural machinery) Corn pickers and shellers, farm Corrals, portable Cotton picker and stripper harvesting machinery Cream separators, farm Crop driers, farm Crushers, feed (agricultural machinery) Cultivators, agricultural field and row crop Cutters, ensilage Dairy equipment, farm Drags (agricultural equipment) Driers: grain, hay, and seed (agricultural implements) Dusters, mechanical: agricultural Elevators, farm Farm machinery and equipment Feed grinders, crushers, and mixers (agricultural machinery) Feeders, chicken Fertilizing machinery, farm Field type rotary tillers (agricultural machinery) Fruit, vegetable, berry, and grape harvesting machines Gates, holding (farm equipment) Grading, cleaning, and sorting machines: fruit, grain, and vegetable Grain drills, including legume planters (agricultural machinery) Grain stackers Greens mowing equipment Grounds mowing equipment Hair clippers for animal use, hand and electric Hammer and roughage mills (agricultural machinery) Harrows: disc, spring, and tine Harvesting machines Haying machines: mowers, rakes, loaders, stackers, balers, presses, Hog feeding, handling, and watering equipment Hulling machinery, agricultural Incubators, except laboratory and infant Irrigation equipment, self-propelled Land rollers and levelers (agricultural machinery) Listers Loaders, farm type (general utility) Milking machines Mowers and mower-conditioners, hay Peanut combines, diggers, packers, and threshers (agricultural Planting machines, agricultural Plows, agricultural: disc, moldboard, chisel, etc. Potato diggers, harvesters, and planters (agricultural machinery) Poultry brooders, feeders, and waterers Poultry vision control devices Presses and balers, farm: hay, cotton, etc. Rakes, hay (agricultural machinery) Rotary hoes (agricultural machinery) Roughage mills (agricultural machinery) Seeders (agricultural machinery) Separators, grain and berry: farm Shears, sheep: power Shellers, nut (agricultural machinery) Shredders (agricultural machinery) Silo fillers (agricultural machinery) Soil pulverizers and packers (agricultural machinery) Sorting machines for agricultural products Sprayers, hand: agricultural Spraying machines (agricultural machinery) Spreaders, fertilizer Tobacco curers Tractors, wheel: farm type Trailers and wagons, farm Transplanters Turf equipment, commercial Vine pullers Volume guns (irrigation equipment) Water troughs Weeding machines, farm Windmills for pumping water (agricultural machinery) Windrowers (agricultural machinery)

3524 Lawn And Garden Tractors And Home Lawn And Garden Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing lawnmowers, lawn and garden tractors, and other lawn and garden equipment used for home lawn and garden care. Also included are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing snowblowers and throwers for residential use. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing farm machinery and equipment (including commercial mowing and other turf and grounds care equipment) are classified in Industry 3523; those manufacturing hand lawn and garden shears and pruners are classified in Industry 3421; and those manufacturing other garden handtools are classified in Industry 3423.

Blowers, residential lawn Carts for lawn and garden use Cultivators (garden tractor equipment) Grass catchers, lawnmower Hedge trimmers, power Lawn edgers, power Lawn rollers, residential Lawnmowers, hand and power: residential Loaders (garden tractor equipment) Mulchers, residential lawn and garden Plows (garden tractor equipment) Rototillers (garden machinery) Seeders, residential lawn and garden Snowblowers and throwers, residential Tractors, lawn and garden Vacuums, residential lawn Wagons for residential lawn and garden use

3531 Construction Machinery And Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing heavy machinery and equipment of a type used primarily by the construction industries, such as bulldozers; concrete mixers; cranes, except industrial plant overhead and truck-type cranes; dredging machinery; pavers; and power shovels. Also included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing forestry equipment and certain specialized equipment, not elsewhere classified, similar to that used by the construction industries, such as elevating platforms, ship cranes and capstans, aerial work platforms, and automobile wrecker hoists. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing mining equipment are classified in Industry 3532; those manufacturing well-drilling machinery are classified in Industry 3533; those manufacturing industrial plant overhead traveling cranes are classified in Industry 3536; and those manufacturing industrial truck-type cranes are classified in Industry 3537.

Aerial work platforms, hydraulic or electric truck or carrier mounted Aggregate spreaders Asphalt plants, including travel-mix type Automobile wrecker hoists Backfillers, self-propelled Backhoes Ballast distributors (railway track equipment) Batching plants, bituminous Batching plants, for aggregate concrete and bulk cement Blades for graders, scrapers, dozers, and snowplows Breakers, paving Buckets, excavating: e.g., clamshell, concrete, dragline, drag scraper, Bulldozers, construction Cab, construction machinery Capstans, ship Carriers, crane Chip spreaders, self-propelled Chippers, commercial: brush, limb, and log Concrete buggies, powered Concrete grouting equipment Concrete gunning equipment Concrete plants Construction machinery, except mining Cranes, construction Cranes, except industrial plant Crushers, mineral: portable Derricks, except oil and gas field Distributors (construction machinery) Ditchers, ladder: vertical boom or wheel Dozers, tractor mounted: material moving Draglines, powered Drags, road (construction and road maintenance equipment) Dredging machinery Excavators: e.g., cable, clamshell, crane, derrick, dragline, power Extractors, piling Finishers and spreaders, construction Finishers, concrete and bituminous: powered Grader attachments, elevating Graders, road (construction machinery) Grapples: rock, wood, etc. Grinders, stone: portable Hammer mills (rock and ore crushing machines), portable Hammers, pile driving Line markers, self-propelled Locomotive cranes Log splitters Logging equipment Mixers: e.g., concrete, ore, sand, slag, plaster, mortar, bituminous Mortar mixers Mud jacks Pavers Pile driving equipment Planers, bituminous Plaster mixers Plows, construction: excavating and grading Post hole diggers, powered Power cranes, draglines, and shovels Pulverizers, stone: portable Railway track equipment: e.g., rail layers, ballast distributors Rakes, land clearing: mechanical Road construction and maintenance machinery Rock crushing machinery, portable Rollers, road Rollers, sheepsfoot and vibratory Sand mixers Scarifiers, road Scrapers, construction Screeds and screeding machines Screeners, portable Ship cranes and derricks Ship winches Shovel loaders Shovels, power Silos, cement (batch plant) Slag mixers Snowplow attachments Soil compactors: vibratory Spreaders and finishers, construction Subgraders, construction equipment Subsoiler attachments, tractor-mounts Surfacers, concrete grinding Tampers, powered Tamping equipment, rail Teeth, bucket and scarifier Tractors, construction Tractors, crawler Tractors, tracklaying Trenching machines Trucks, off-highway Vibrators for concrete construction Wellpoint systems Winches, all types Work platforms, elevated

3532 Mining Machinery And Equipment, Except Oil And Gas Field
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing heavy machinery an equipment used by the mining industries, such as coal breakers, mine cars, mineral cleaning machinery, concentration machinery, core drills, coal cutters, portable rock drills, and rock crushing machinery. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing construction machinery are classified in Industry 3531; those manufacturing welldrilling machinery are classified in Industry 3533; and those manufacturing coal and ore conveyors are classified in Industry 3535.

Amalgamators (metallurgical and mining machinery) Auger mining equipment Bits, rock: except oil and gas field tools Cages, mine shaft Car dumpers, mining Clarifying machinery, mineral Classifiers, metallurgical and mining Cleaning machinery, mineral Coal breakers, cutters, and pulverizers Concentration machinery (metallurgical and mining) Crushers, mineral: stationary Drills and drilling equipment, mining: except oil and gas field Drills, core Drills, rock: portable Feeders, ore and aggregate Flotation machinery (mining machinery) Grinders, stone: stationary Hammer mills (rock and ore crushing machines), stationary Loading machines, underground: mobile Mining cars and trucks (dollies) Mining equipment, except oil and gas field: rebuilding on a factory Mining machinery and equipment except oil and gas field Ore crushing, washing, screening, and loading machinery Pellet mills (mining machinery) Plows, coal Pulverizers, stone: stationary Scraper loaders, underground Screeners, stationary Sedimentation machinery, mineral Separating machinery, mineral Shuttle cars, underground Stamping mill mining machinery Washers, aggregate and sand: stationary type

3533 Oil And Gas Field Machinery And Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machinery and equipment for use in oil and gas fields or for drilling water wells, including portable drilling rigs. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing offshore oil and gas well drilling and production platforms are classified in Industry 3731.

Bib, rock: oil and gas field tools Derricks, oil and gas field Drill rigs, all types Drilling tools for gas, oil, or water wells Gas well machinery and equipment Oil and gas field machinery and equipment Water well drilling machinery Well logging equipment Well surveying machinery

3534 Elevators And Moving Stairways
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing passenger or freight elevators, automobile lifts, dumbwaiters, and moving stairways. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing commercial conveyor systems and equipment are classified in Industry 3535, and those manufacturing farm elevators are classified in Industry 3523.

Automobile lifts (elevators) Dumbwaiters Elevator fronts Elevators and elevator equipment, passenger and freight Elevators, powered: nonfarm Escalators, passenger and freight Lifts (elevators), passenger and freight Stair elevators: motor powered Stairways, moving Walkways, moving

3535 Conveyors And Conveying Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing conveyors and conveying equipment for installation in factories, warehouses, mines, and other industrial and commercial establishments. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing farm elevators and conveyors are classified in Industry 3523; those manufacturing passenger or freight elevators, dumbwaiters, and moving stairways are classified in Industry 3534; and those manufacturing overhead traveling cranes and monorail systems are classified in Industry 3536.

Belt conveyor systems for general industrial use Bucket type conveyor systems for general industrial use Buckets, elevator or conveyor for general industrial use Conveyor systems for general industrial use Mine conveyors Overhead conveyor systems for general industrial use Passenger baggage belt loaders Pneumatic tube conveyor systems for general industrial use Robotic conveyors for general industrial use

3536 Overhead Traveling Cranes, Hoists, And Monorail Systems
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing overhead traveling cranes, hoists, and monorail systems for installation in factories, warehouses, marinas, and other industrial and commercial establishments. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cranes except industrial types, automobile wrecker hoists, and aerial work platforms are classified in Industry 3531, and those manufacturing aircraft loading hoists are classified in Industry 3537.

Boat lifts Cranes, overhead traveling Davits Hoists, except aircraft loading and automobile wrecker hoists Hoists hand Hoists, overhead Monorail systems

3537 Industrial Trucks, Tractors, Trailers, And Stackers
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial trucks, tractors, trailers, stackers (truck type), and related equipment, used for handling materials on floors and paved surfaces in and around industrial and commercial plants, depots, docks, airports, and terminals. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing motor vehicles and motor vehicle type trailers are classified in Industry Group 371; those manufacturing farm type wheel tractors are classified in Industry 3523; those manufacturing tractor shovel loaders and tracklaying tractors are classified in Industry 3531; and those manufacturing wood pallets and skids are classified in Industry 2448.

Adapters for multiweapon rack loading on aircraft Aircraft engine cradles Aircraft loading hoists Boat cradles Bomb lifts Bomb trucks Cabs for industrial trucks and tractors Cars, industrial: except automotive cars and trucks and mining cars Containers, air cargo: metal Cranes, mobile industrial truck Die and strip handlers Docks, loading: portable, adjustable, and hydraulic Dollies (hand or power trucks), industrial: except mining Drum cradles Engine stands and racks, metal Forklift trucks Hoists, aircraft loading Hoppers, end dump Hospital dollies Industrial truck cranes Industrial trucks and tractors Laundry containers on wheels Lift trucks, industrial: fork, platform, straddle, etc. Mobile straddle carriers Pallet assemblies for landing mats Pallet loaders and unloaders Palletizers and depalletizers Pallets, metal Platforms, cargo: metal Ramps, aircraft-loading Ramps, loading: portable, adjustable, and hydraulic Skid boxes, metal Skids, metal Stackers, power (industrial truck stackers) Shacking carts Stacking machines, automatic Stands, ground servicing aircraft Straddle carriers, mobile Tables, lift: hydraulic Tractors, industrial: for use in plants, depots, docks, and terminals Truck trailers for use in plants, depots, docks, and terminals Trucks, industrial (except mining): for freight, baggage, etc. Tunnel kiln cars

3541 Machine Tools, Metal Cutting Types
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal cutting type machine tools, not supported in the hands of an operator when in use, that shape metal by cutting or use of electrical techniques; the rebuilding of such machine tools, and the manufacture of replacement parts for them. Also included in this industry are metalworking machine tools designed primarily for home workshops. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of electric and gas welding and soldering equipment are classified in Industry 3548, and those manufacturing portable power-driven handtools are classified in Industry 3546.

Automatic chucking machines Boring machine tools, metalworking Boring mills Boring, drilling, and milling machine combinations Broaching machines Brushing machines (metalworking machinery) Buffing and polishing machines (machine tools) Burnishing machines (machine tools) Centering machines Chemical milling machines Countersinking machines Cutoff machines (metalworking machinery) Cutting machines, pipe (machine tools) Cylinder reboring machines Deburring machines Diesinking machines Drill presses (machine tools) Drilling machine tools (metal cutting) Duplicator, machine tools Electrical discharge erosion machines Electrical discharge grinding machines Electrochemical milling machines Electrolytic metal cutting machine tools Electron-discharge metal cutting machine tools Facing machines Filing machines, metal (machine tools) Flange facing machines Gear chamfering machines (machine tools) Gear cutting and finishing machines Gear tooth grinding machines (machine tools) Grinding machines, metalworking Grooving machines (machine tools) Home workshop machine tools, metalworking Honing and lapping machines Jig boring machines Jig grinding machines Keyseating machines (machine tools) Lapping machines Lathes, metal cutting Machine tool replacement and repair parts, metal cutting types Machine tools, metal cutting: e.g., exotic, chemical, explosive Metal polishing lathes Milling machines (machine tools) Pipe cutting and threading machines (machine tools) Planers, metal cutting Plasma process metal cutting machines, except welding machines Pointing, chamfering, and burring machines Polishing machines (machine tools) Reaming machines Rebuilt machine tools, metal cutting types Regrinding machines, crankshaft Rifle working machines (machine tools) Robots for drilling and cutting-machine type, metalworking Robots for grinding, polishing, and deburring-metalworking Sewing and cutoff machines (metalworking machinery) Saws, power: metal cutting Screw and nut slotting machines Screw machines, automatic Shapers and slotters, metal cutting Shaving machines (metalworking) Slotting machines (machine tools) Tapping machines Threading machines (machine tools) Turning machines (lathes) Turret lathes, metal cutting Ultrasonic assisted grinding machines (metalworking) Ultrasonic metal cutting machine tools Valve grinding machines Vertical turning and boring machines (metalworking)

3542 Machine Tools, Metal Forming Types
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal forming machine tools, not supported in the hands of an operator while in use, for pressing, hammering, extruding, shearing, die-casting, or otherwise forming metal into shape. This industry also includes the rebuilding of such machine tools and the manufacture of repair parts for them. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of electric and gas welding equipment and soldering equipment are classified in Industry 3548; those manufacturing portable power-driven handtools are classified in Industry 3546; and those manufacturing rolling mill machinery and equipment are classified in Industry 3547.

Arbor presses Beaders, metal (machines) Bending and forming machines Brakes metal forming Bulldozers, metalworking Can making machines Chemical explosives metal forming machines Die-casting machines Drop hammers, for forging and shaping metal Elastic membrane metal forming machines Electroforming machines Extruding machines (machine tools), metal Forging machinery and hammers Hammers, power (forging machinery) Headers High energy rate metal forming machines Knurling machines Machine tools, metal forming types: including rebuilding Magnetic forming machines Mechanical-pneumatic or hydraulic metal forming machines Metal deposit forming machines Nail heading machines Plasma jet spray metal forming machines Presses: forming, stamping, punching, and shearing (machine tools) Presses: hydraulic and pneumatic, mechanical and manual Punching and shearing machines Rebuilt machine tools, metal forming types Riveting machines Robots for metal forming: e.g., pressing, hammering, extruding Shearing machines, power Sheet metalworking machines Shock wave metal forming machines Spinning lathes Spinning machines, metal Spline rolling machines Spring winding and forming machines Stretching machines Swaging machines Thread rolling machines Ultrasonically assisted metal forming machines Upsetters (forging machines)

3543 Industrial Patterns
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial patterns.

Cores, sand (foundry) Foundry cores Foundry patternmaking Patterns, industrial

3544 Special Dies And Tools, Die Sets, Jigs And Fixtures, And Industrial
Establishments commonly known as contract tool and die shops and primarily engaged in manufacturing, on a job or order basis, special tools and fixtures for use with machine tools, hammers, die-casting machines, and presses. The products of establishments classified in this industry include a wide variety of special toolings, such as dies; punches; diesets and components, and subpresses; jigs and fixtures; and special checking devices. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing molds for die-casting and foundry casting; metal molds for plaster working, rubber working, plastics working, glass working and similar machinery are also included. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing molds for heavy steel ingots are classified in Industry 3321, and those manufacturing cutting dies, except metal cutting, are classified in Industry 3423.

Diamond dies, metalworking Dies and die holders for metal die-casting and metal cutting and Dies, metalworking, except threading Dies, plastics forming Dies, steel rule Diesets for metal stamping (presses) Extrusion dies Forms, metal (molds): for foundry and plastics working machinery Industrial molds Jigs and fixtures (metalworking machinery accessories) Jigs: inspection, gauging, and checking Punches, forming and stamping Subpresses, metalworking Welding positioners (jigs) Wiredrawing and straightening dies

3545 Cutting Tools, Machine Tool Accessories, And Machinists' Precision
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cutting tools, machinists' precision measuring tools, and attachments and accessories for machine tools and for other metalworking machinery, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing handtools, except power-driven types, are classified in Industry Group 342.

Angle rings Arbors (machine tool accessories) Bits for use on lathes, planers, shapers, etc. Blanks, cutting tool Boring machine attachments (machine tool accessories) Broaches (machine tool accessories) Calipers and dividers Cams (machine tool accessories) Chasers (machine tool accessories) Chucks: drill, lathe, and magnetic (machine tool accessories) Clamps, machine tool Collars (machine tool accessories) Collets (machine tool accessories) Comparators (machinists' precision tools) Counterbores, metalworking Countersinks and countersink drill combinations (machine tool Cutters, milling Cutting tools and bits for use on lathes, planers, shapers, etc. Diamond cutting tools for turning, boring, burnishing, etc. Diamond dressing and wheel crushing attachments Dies, thread cutting Dressers, abrasive wheel: diamond point and other Drill bits, metalworking Drill bushings (drilling jig) Drilling machine attachments and accessories (machine tool Drills (machine tool accessories) Files, machine tool Gauge blocks Gauges, except optical (machine tool accessories) Hobs Honing heads Hopper feed devices Inserts cutting tool Knives shear Lathe attachments and cutting tools (machine tool accessories) Letter pins (gauging and measuring) Machine knives, metalworking Machine tool attachments and accessories Mandrels Measuring tools and machines, machinists' metalworking type Micrometers Milling machine attachments (machine tool accessories) Precision tools, machinists' Pushers Reamers, machine tool Scales, measuring (machinists' precision tools) Shaping tools (machine tool accessories) Shear knives Sockets (machine tool accessories) Tables, rotary: indexing Taps, machine tool Threading toolholders Threading tools (machine tool accessories) Tips, cutting tool Toolholders Tools and accessories for machine tools Verniers (machinists' precision tools) Vises, machine (machine tool accessories) Wheel turning equipment, diamond point and other (machine tool

3546 Power-driven Handtools
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing power-driven handtools, such as drills and drilling tools, pneumatic and snagging grinders, and electric hammers. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal cutting type and metal forming type machines (including home workshop tools) which are not supported in the hands of an operator are classified in Industries 3541 and 3542; and those primarily manufacturing power-driven heavy construction or mining handtools are classified in Industry Group 353.

Attachments for portable drills Buffing machines, hand: electric Cartridge-activated hand power tools Caulking hammers Chain saws, portable Chipping hammers, electric Drills (except rock drilling and coring), portable: electric and Drills, hand: electric Flexible shaft metalworking machines, portable Grinders, pneumatic and electric: portable (metalworking machinery) Grinders, snagging Guns, pneumatic: chip removal Hammers: portable electric and pneumatic: e.g., chipping, riveting, Handtools, power-driven: woodworking or metalworking Masonry and concrete drilling tools, power: portable Powder-actuated hand tools Riveting hammers Sanders, hand: electric Saws, portable hand held: power-driven-woodworking

3547 Rolling Mill Machinery And Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rolling mill machinery and processing equipment for metal production, such as cold forming mills, structural mills, and finishing equipment.

Bar mills Billet mills Blooming and slabbing mills Cleaning lines, electrolytic (rolling mill equipment) Cold forming type mills (rolling mill machinery) Ferrous and nonferrous mill equipment, auxiliary Finishing equipment, rolling mill Galvanizing lines (rolling mill equipment) Hot strip mill machinery Mill tables (rolling mill equipment) Picklers and pickling lines, sheet and strip (rolling mill equipment) Pipe and tube mills Plate rolling mill machinery Rod mills (rolling mill equipment) Roller levelers (rolling mill machinery) Rolling mill machinery and equipment Rolls for rolling mill machinery, machined Steel rolling machinery Straightening machinery (rolling mill equipment) Structural mills (rolling mill machinery) Tube mill machinery

3548 Electric And Gas Welding And Soldering Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electric and gas welding and soldering equipment and accessories. Also included are establishments primarily engaged in coating welding wire from purchased wire or from wire drawn in the same establishment. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing handheld soldering irons are classified in Industry 3423, and those manufacturing electron beam, ultrasonic, and laser welding equipment are classified in Industry 3699.

-welder transformers (separate) Arc-welders, transformer-rectifier Arc-welding generators, a.c. and d.c. Electrode holders for electric welding apparatus Electrodes, electric welding Gas welding equipment Generators (separate) for arc-welders Resistance welders, electric Robots for welding, soldering, or brazing Seam welding apparatus, gas and electric Soldering equipment, except soldering irons Spot welding apparatus, gas and electric Transformers (separate) for arc-welding Welding accessories, electric and gas Welding and cutting apparatus, gas or electric Welding wire, bare and coated

3549 Metalworking Machinery, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metalworking machinery, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing automotive maintenance equipment are classified in Industry 3559.

Assembly machines, e.g., rotary transfer, in-line transfer, special Coil winding machines for springs Coilers (metalworking machines) Cradle assemblies (wire making equipment) Cutting up lines Draw benches Drawing machinery and equipment except wiredrawing dies Marking machines, metalworking Pail mills Propeller straightening presses Rotary slitters (metalworking machines) Screwdowns and boxes Screwdriving machines Wiredrawing and fabricating machinery and equipment, except dies

3552 Textile Machinery
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machinery for the textile industries, including parts, attachments, and accessories. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial sewing machines are classified in Industry 3559, and those manufacturing household sewing machines are classified in Industry 3639.

Beaming machines, textile Bleaching machinery, textile Bobbins for textile machinery Braiding machines, textile Carbonizing equipment (wool processing machinery) Card clothing for textile machines Carding machines, textile Cloth spreading machines Cloth stripping machines Combing machines, textile Creels, textile machinery Drawing frames, textile Drying machines, textile: for stock, yarn, and cloth Dyeing machinery, textile Embroidery machines Finishing machinery, textile Frames, doubling and twisting (textile machinery) Garnetting machines, textile Heddles for loom harnesses, wire Hosiery machines Jacquard card cutting machines Jacquard loom parts and attachments Knitting machines Knot tying machines (textile machinery) Lace and net machines Lace machine bobbins, wood or metal Loom bobbins. wood or metal Looms (textile machinery) Loopers (textile machinery) Mercerizing machinery Napping machines (textile machinery) Picker machines (textile machinery) Picker sticks for looms Printing machinery, textile Reeds, loom Rope and cordage machines Roving machines (textile machinery) Shuttles for textile weaving Silk screens for the textile industry Slashing machines (textile machinery) Spindles, textile Spinning machines, textile Spools, textile machinery: wood Textile finishing machinery: bleaching, dyeing, mercerizing, and Textile machinery parts Textile machinery, except sewing machines Textile turnings and shapes, wood Thread making machines (spinning machinery), textile Tufting machines Warp and knot tying machines (textile machinery) Warping machines (textile machinery) Winders (textile machinery) Wool and worsted finishing machines Yarn texturizing machines

3553 Woodworking Machinery
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machinery for sawmills, for making particleboard and similar products, and for otherwise working or producing wood products. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing handtools such as planes, axes, drawknives, and handsaws are classified in Industry Group 342, and those manufacturing portable power-driven handtools in Industry 3546.

Bandsaws, woodworking Box making machines for wooden boxes Cabinet makers' machinery Furniture makers' machinery (woodworking) Jointers (woodworking machines) Lathes, wood turning: including accessories Mortisers (woodworking machines) Pattern makers' machinery (woodworking) Planers, woodworking Planing mill machinery Presses, woodworking: particleboard, hardboard, medium density Sanding machines, except portable floor sanders (woodworking Sawmill machines Saws, power: bench and table (woodworking machinery) except Scarfing machines (woodworking machinery) Shapers, woodworking machinery Surfacers (woodworking machines) Tenoners (woodworking machines) Veneer mill machines Venetian blind machines (woodworking machinery) Woodworking machines

3554 Paper Industries Machinery
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machinery for the pulp, paper, and paper product industries. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing printing trades machinery are classified in Industry 3555.

Bag and envelope making machinery (paper machinery) Box making machines for paper boxes Coating and finishing machinery, paper Corrugating machines for paper Cutting and folding machines, paper Die-cutting and stamping machinery (paper converting machinery) Folding machines, paper: except office machines Fourdrinier machines (paper manufacturing machinery) Paper mill machinery: e.g., plating, slitting, waxing Paper product machines, except printing machines Pulp mill machinery Sandpaper manufacturing machines

3555 Printing Trades Machinery And Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machinery and equipment used by the printing and bookbinding trades. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing textile printing machinery are classified in Industry 3552.

Advertising and newspaper mats Blocks, engravers': wood Bookbinders' machines Bronzing and dusting machines for the printing trade Chases and galleys, printers' Collating machines for printing and bookbinding trade use Copy holders, printers' Electrotyping machines Engraving machinery and equipment (printing trades machinery) Envelope printing presses Etching machines (printing trades machinery) Foundry type for printing Gelatin rolls used in printing Gravure presses Intertype machines Leads, printers' Linotype machines Lithographic stones Monotype machines Paper ruling and sewing machines (bookbinders' machinery) Photoengraving machines Planes, printers' Plates, metal: engravers' Presses, printing Printers' machines and equipment Rules, printers' Slugs, printers' Stereotyping machines Sticks, printers' Type: lead, steel, brass, copper faced, etc. Typecases, printers' Typecasting, founding, and melting machines Typesetting machines: intertypes, linotypes, monotypes, etc. Typographic numbering machines

3556 Food Products Machinery
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machinery for use by the food products and beverage manufacturing industries and similar machinery for use in manufacturing animal foods. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing food packaging machinery are classified in Industry 3565, and those manufacturing industrial refrigeration machinery are classified in Industry Group 358.

Bakery machinery Biscuit cutters (machines) Bread slicing machines Brewers' and maltsers' machinery Butter making and butter working machinery Cheese making machinery Chewing gum machinery Chocolate processing machinery Choppers, food: commercial types Cider presses Coffee roasting and grinding machines Condensed and evaporated milk machinery Confectionery machinery Corn popping machines, industrial type Cracker making machines Cream separators, industrial Cutters, biscuit (machines) Dairy products machinery and equipment Dehydrating equipment, food processing Dies biscuit cutting Distillery machinery Dough mixing machinery Dry milk processing machinery Fish and shellfish processing machinery Flour mill machinery Food choppers, grinders, mixers, and slicers: commercial type Grain mill machinery Grinders, food: commercial types Homogenizing machinery: dairy, fruit, vegetable, and other foods Ice cream manufacturing machinery Juice extractors, fruit and vegetable: commercial type Macaroni machinery: for making macaroni, spaghetti, and noodles Malt mills Meat and poultry processing machinery Meat grinders Milk processing machinery Mills and presses: beet, cider, and sugarcane Mixers and whippers, electric: for food manufacturing industries Mixers, feed: except agricultural machinery Mixers, food: commercial types Oilseed crushing and extracting machinery Ovens, bakery Pasteurizing equipment, dairy and other food Peanut roasting machines Potato peelers, electric Presses: cheese, beet, cider, and sugarcane Sifting machines, food Slicing machines, fruit and vegetable: commercial types Stuffers, sausage Sugar plant machinery Vegetable oil processing machinery

3559 Special Industry Machinery, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing special industry machinery, not elsewhere classified, such as smelting and refining equipment, cement making, clayworking, cotton ginning, glass making, hat making, incandescent lamp making, leather working, paint making, rubber working, cigar and cigarette making, tobacco working, shoe making, and stone working machinery, and industrial sewing machines, and automotive maintenance machinery and equipment.

Ammunition and explosives loading machinery Anodizing equipment (except rolling mill lines) Bag sewing and closing machines (industrial sewing machines) Balancing equipment, automotive wheel Boot making and repairing machinery Brick making machines Broom making machinery Buttonhole and eyelet machines and attachments, industrial Cement making machinery Chemical kilns Chemical machinery and equipment Cigarette and cigar making machines Clayworking and tempering machines Concrete products machinery Control rod drive mechanisms for use on nuclear reactors Cork working machinery Degreasing machines, automotive (garage equipment) Degreasing machines, industrial Desalination equipment Die and hub cutting equipment (jewelry manufacturing) Drying kilns, lumber Electric screening equipment Electron tube making machinery Electroplating machinery and equipment, except rolling mill lines Foundry machinery and equipment Frame straighteners, automotive (garage equipment) Fur sewing machines Ginning machines, cotton Glass making machinery: blowing, molding, forming, grinding, etc. Hat making and hat renovating machinery Jewelers' machines Kilns: cement, wood, and chemical Lamp making machinery, incandescent Leather working machinery Metal finishing equipment for plating, except rolling mill lines Metal pickling equipment, except rolling mill lines Metal smelting and refining machinery, except furnaces and ovens Nuclear reactor control rod drive mechanisms Optical lens machinery Ozone machines Packup assemblies (wheel overhaul) Paint making machinery Petroleum refinery equipment Pharmaceutical machinery Plastics working machinery Pottery making machinery Robots, plastics: for molding and forming Rubber products machinery Rubber working machinery Scouring machines, tannery Semiconductor manufacturing machinery Sewing machines and attachments, Industrial Shoe making and repairing machinery Silver recovery equipment, electrolytic Stone tumblers Stone working machinery Synthetic filament extruding machines Tannery machines Tile making machines Tire grooving machines Tire retreading machinery and equipment Tire shredding machinery Tobacco products machinery Wheel mounting and balancing equipment, automotive Wood drying kilns Zipper making machinery

3561 Pumps And Pumping Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing pumps and pumping equipment for general industrial, commercial, or household use, except fluid power pumps and motors. Included are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing domestic water and sump pumps. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fluid power pumps and motors are classified in Industry 3594; those manufacturing measuring and dispensing pumps for gasoline service station use are classified in Industry 3586; those manufacturing vacuum pumps, except laboratory, are classified in Industry 3563; those manufacturing laboratory vacuum pumps are classified in Industry 3821; and those manufacturing pumps for motor vehicles are classified in Industry 3714.

Cylinders, pump Domestic water pumps Hydrojet marine engine units Pump jacks Pumps, domestic: water or sump Pumps, general industrial type Pumps, oil well and oil field

3562 Ball And Roller Bearings
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ball and roller bearings (including ball or roller bearing pillow block, flange, takeup cartridge and hangar units) and parts. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plain bearings are classified in Industry 3568.

Bearings, ball and roller Flange units for ball or roller bearings Pillow block units for ball or roller bearings Pillow blocks, with ball or roller bearings Races, ball and roller bearing

3563 Air And Gas Compressors
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing air and gas compressors for general industrial use, and in manufacturing nonagricultural spraying and dusting equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing refrigeration and air-conditioning compressors and compressing units are classified in Industry 3585; those manufacturing pneumatic pumps and motors for fluid power transmission are classified in Industry 3594; those manufacturing agricultural spraying and dusting equipment are classified in Industry 3523; and those manufacturing laboratory vacuum pumps are classified in Industry 3821.

Compressors, air and gas: for general industrial use Dusting outfits for metal, paints, and chemicals (portable or vehicular) Paint sprayers Robots for spraying, painting-industrial Sprayers, hand: except agricultural Spraying outfits for metals, paints, and chemicals (compressor units) Tire inflation, hand or compressor operated Vacuum pumps, except laboratory

3564 Industrial And Commercial Fans And Blowers And Air Purification
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial and commercial blowers, industrial and commercial exhaust and ventilating fans, and attic fans, or in manufacturing dust collection and other air purification equipment for heating, ventilating and air-conditioning systems or for industrial gas cleaning systems. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing air-conditioning units are classified in Industry 3585; those manufacturing free air-circulating fans for use on desks, pedestals, or wall brackets as well as household window-type fans and roll-abouts, and kitchen and household ventilating and exhaust electric fans, except attic, are classified in Industry 3634.

Air cleaning systems Air purification and dust collection equipment Aircurtains (blower) Attic fans Blowers, commercial and industrial Dust and fume collecting equipment, industrial Exhaust fans, except household and kitchen Fans, except household Filters, air: for furnaces and air-conditioning equipment Furnace blowers (blower filter units) Precipitation, electrostatic Turbo-blowers, industrial Ventilating, blowing, and exhaust fans: except household and kitchen

3565 Packaging Machinery
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing packaging machinery, including wrapping and bottling machinery.

Aerating machines, for beverages Bag opening, filling and closing machines Bottling machinery: washing, sterilizing, filling, capping, and labeling Bread wrapping machines Carton packing machines Label moisteners, industrial type Labeling machinery, industrial type Packaging machinery Wrapping machines

3566 Speed Changers, Industrial High-speed Drives, And Gears
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing speed changers, industrial high-speed drives, except hydrostatic drives, and gears. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing automotive power transmission equipment are classified in Industry 3714; those manufacturing aircraft power transmission equipment are classified in Industry 3728; and those manufacturing industrial hydrostatic drives (transmissions) are classified in Industry 3594.

Drives, high-speed industrial: except hydrostatic Gearmotors (power transmission equipment) Gears, power transmission: except motor vehicle and aircraft Reducers, speed Reduction gears and gear units for turbines, except automotive and Speed changers (power transmission equipment) Speed reducers (power transmission equipment) Torque converters, except motor vehicle

3567 Industrial Process Furnaces And Ovens
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial process furnaces, ovens, induction and dielectric heating equipment, and related devices. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bakery ovens are classified in Industry 3556; those manufacturing cement, wood, and chemical kilns are classified in Industry 3559; those manufacturing cremating ovens are classified in Industry 3569; and those manufacturing laboratory furnaces and ovens are classified in Industry 3821.

Calcining kilns (industrial furnaces) Ceramic kilns and furnaces Core baking and mold drying ovens Dielectric heating equipment Distillation ovens, charcoal and coke Driers and redriers, industrial process Enameling ovens Furnaces, industrial process Heat treating ovens Heating equipment, induction Heating units and devices, industrial electric Incinerators, metal domestic and commercial Induction heating equipment Infrared ovens, industrial Japanning ovens Kilns except cement, chemical, and wood Lacquering ovens Metal melting furnaces, industrial Ovens, industrial process except bakery Paint baking and drying ovens Radiant heating systems, industrial process: e.g., dryers, cookers Rubber curing ovens Sherardizing ovens Smelting ovens Vacuum furnaces and ovens

3568 Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing mechanical power transmission equipment and parts, for industrial machinery. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing motor vehicle power transmission equipment are classified in Industry 3714; those manufacturing aircraft power transmission equipment are classified in Industry 3728; those manufacturing ball and roller bearings are classified in Industry 3562; and those manufacturing speed changers, industrial high-speed drives, and gears are classified in Industry 3566.

Ball joints, except motor vehicle and aircraft Bearings, plain Belting, chain Chain, power transmission Clutches, except motor vehicle Collars, shaft (power transmission equipment) Couplings, shaft rigid, flexible, universal joint, etc. Drive chains, bicycle and motorcycle Joints, swivel: except motor vehicle and aircraft Joints, universal: except motor vehicle Pillow blocks, with plain bearings Pivots, power transmission Pulleys, power transmission Railroad car journal bearings, plain Shafts, flexible Sprockets (power transmission equipment)

3569 General Industrial Machinery And Equipment, Not Elsewhere
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machinery, equipment, and components for general industrial use, and for which no special classification is provided. Machine shops primarily engaged in producing machine and equipment parts, usually on a job or order basis, are classified in Industry 3599.

Altitude testing chambers Baling machines for scrap metal, paper, and similar materials Blast cleaning equipment, dustless: except metalworking Brake burnishing and washing machines Bridge and gate machinery, hydraulic Burnishing and washing machines, brake Centrifuges, industrial Cremating ovens Driers and reel, firehose Filter elements, fluid: hydraulic line Filters, fluid, general line industrial: except internal combustion Filters, pipeline Firefighting apparatus, except automotive and chemical Firehose, except rubber Gas producers (machinery) Gas separators (machinery) Generators, gas Generators: steam, liquid oxygen, and nitrogen Heaters, swimming pool: electric Hose, fire: except rubber Ice crushers, except household Jacks, hydraulic: for general industrial use Lubricating systems, centralized Lubrication equipment, industrial Lubrication machinery, automatic Ordnance testing chambers Ovens, surveillance: for aging and testing powder Powder testing chambers Presses, metal baling Purifiers, centrifugal Reels and racks, firehose Robots for general industrial use Screening and sifting machines for general industrial use Screws, jack Separators for steam, gas, vapor, and air (machinery) Sifting and screening machines for general industrial use Sprinkler systems, fire: automatic Steam separators (machinery) Strainers, pipeline Temperature testing chambers Testing chambers for altitude, temperature, ordnance, and power Vapor separators (machinery)

3581 Automatic Vending Machines
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing automatic vending machines and coin-operated mechanisms for such machines.

Locks, coin-operated Mechanisms for coin-operated machines Merchandising machines, automatic Vending machines for merchandise: coin-operated

3582 Commercial Laundry, Drycleaning, And Pressing Machines
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing laundry and drycleaning equipment and pressing machines for commercial and industrial use. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household laundry equipment, including coin-operated washers and dryers, are classified in Industry 3633.

Drycleaning equipment and machinery, commercial Dryers, laundry: commercial, including coin-operated Extractors and driers, commercial laundry Feather cleaning and sterilizing machinery Ironers, commercial laundry and dry-cleaning Laundry machinery and equipment, commercial, including Pressing machines, commercial laundry and drycleaning Rug cleaning, drying, and napping machines: commercial laundry Washing machines, laundry: commercial, including coin-operated

3585 Air-conditioning And Warm Air Heating Equipment And Commercial
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing refrigeration equipment and systems and similar equipment for commercial and industrial use; complete air-conditioning units for domestic, commercial, and industrial use; and warm air furnaces. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing soda fountains and beer dispensing equipment and humidifiers and dehumidifiers, except portable, are also classified in this industry. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household refrigerators and home and farm freezers are classified in Industry 3632, and those manufacturing electric air-space heaters and portable humidifiers and dehumidifiers are classified in Industry 3634.

Air-conditioners, motor vehicle Air-conditioning and heating combination units Air-conditioning compressors Air-conditioning condensers and condensing units Air-conditioning units complete: domestic and industrial Beer dispensing equipment Cabinets, show and display: refrigerated Cases, show and display: refrigerated Cold drink dispensing equipment, except coin-operated Compressors for refrigeration and air-conditioning Condensers and condensing units: refrigeration and air-conditioning Coolers, milk and water: electric Counters and counter display cases, refrigerated Dehumidifiers, except portable: electric Electric warm air furnaces Evaporative condensers (heat transfer equipment) Fountains, drinking mechanically refrigerated Furnaces: gravity air flow Heat pumps, electric Humidifying equipment, except portable Ice boxes, industrial Ice making machinery Lockers, refrigerated Refrigeration compressors Refrigeration machinery and equipment, industrial Room coolers, portable Showcases, refrigerated Siphons, soda water Snow making machinery Soda fountains, parts, and accessories Tanks, soda water

3586 Measuring And Dispensing Pumps
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing measuring and dispensing pumps commonly used in service stations for dispensing gasoline, oil, and grease, including grease guns. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing pumps and pumping equipment for general industrial use are classified in Industry Group 356.

Dispensing and measuring pumps, gasoline and oil Grease guns (lubricators)

3589 Service Industry Machinery, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machines and equipment, not elsewhere classified, for use in service industries, such as floor sanding machines, industrial vacuum cleaners, scrubbing machines, commercial cooking and food warming equipment, and commercial dishwashing machines. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household electrical appliances are classified in Industry Group 363.

Cafeteria food warming equipment Carpet sweepers, except household electric vacuum sweepers Carwashing machinery, including coin-operated Cookers, steam: restaurant type Cooking equipment, commercial Corn popping machines, commercial type Dirt sweeping units, industrial Dishwashing machines, commercial Floor sanding, washing, and polishing machines: commercial type Food warming equipment, commercial Fryers, commercial Garbage disposers, commercial Janitors' carts Mop wringers Ovens, cafeteria food warming: portable Ovens, microwave (cooking equipment) commercial Pressure cookers, steam: commercia; Sanding machines, floor Scrubbing machines Servicing machines, coin-operated except drycleaning end laundry Sewage treatment equipment Sewer cleaning equipment, power Sludge processing equipment Vacuum cleaners and sweepers, electric: industrial and commercial Water conditioners, for swimming pools Water filters and softeners, household type Water purification equipment, household type Water treatment equipment, industrial

3592 Carburetors, Pistons, Piston Rings, And Valves
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing carburetors, pistons, piston rings, and engine intake and exhaust valves. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metallic packing are classified in Industry 3053, and those primarily engaged in manufacturing machine repair and equipment parts (except electric), on a job or order basis for others, are classified in Industry 3599.

Carburetors, all types Pistons and piston rings Valves, engine: intake and exhaust

3593 Fluid Power Cylinders And Actuators
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders and actuators for use in fluid power systems.

Fluid power actuators, hydraulic and pneumatic Hydraulic cylinders, fluid power Pneumatic cylinders, fluid power

3594 Fluid Power Pumps And Motors
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hydraulic and pneumatic fluid power pumps and motors, including hydrostatic transmissions. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing pumps for motor vehicles are classified in Industry 3714.

Fluid power pumps and motors Hydraulic pumps, aircraft Hydrostatic drives (transmissions) Hydrostatic transmissions Motors, air or hydraulic fluid power Motors, pneumatic Pumps, hydraulic power transfer

3596 Scales And Balances, Except Laboratory
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing weighing and force-measuring machines and devices of all types, except those regarded as scientific apparatus for laboratory work which are classified in Industry 3821.

Baby scales Balances, except laboratory Bathroom scales Industrial scales Motor truck scales Railroad truck scales Scales, except laboratory Weighing machines and apparatus, except laboratory

3599 Industrial And Commercial Machinery And Equipment, Not Elsewhere
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machinery and equipment and parts, not elsewhere classified, such as amusement park equipment and flexible metal hose and tubing. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in producing or repairing machinery and equipment parts, not elsewhere classified, on a job or order basis for others. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing motor vehicle engine filters are classified in Industry 3714, and those manufacturing coin-operated amusement machines are classified in Industry 3999.

Amusement rides for carnivals Bellows, industrial: metal Boiler tube cleaners Carousels (merry-go-rounds) Catapults Chemical milling job shops Cleaners, boiler tube Crankshaft and camshaft machining Cups, oil and grease: metal Electrical discharge machining (EDM) Fan forges Ferris wheels Filters, internal combustion engine: oil, gasoline, air intake, except Grinding castings for the trade Hose, flexible metallic Leak detectors, water Machine shops, jobbing and repair Propellers, ship and boat: machined Riddles, sand (hand sifting or screening apparatus) Sludge tables Swage blocks Ties, form: metal Tubing, flexible metallic Weather vanes

3612 Power, Distribution, And Specialty Transformers
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing power, distribution, instrument, and specialty transformers. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing radio frequency or voice frequency electronic transformers, coils, or chokes are classified in Industry 3677, and those manufacturing resistance welder transformers are classified in Industry 3548.

Airport lighting transformers Auto-transformers for switchboards, except telephone switchboards Auto-transformers, electric (power transformers) Ballasts for lighting fixtures Control transformers Current limiting reactors, electrical Distribution transformers electric Doorbell transformers, electric Electric furnace transformers Feeder voltage regulators and boosters (electric transformers) Fluorescent ballasts (transformers) Generator voltage regulators electric induction and step type Ignition transformers Instrument transformers except portable Isolation transformers Lighting transformers, fluorescent Lighting transformers, street and airport Line voltage regulators Luminous tube transformers Machine tool transformers Ratio transformers Rectifier transformers Signaling transformers electric Specialty transformers Street lighting transformers Toy transformers Transformers, electric power Transformers, for electronic meters Transformers, reactor Tripping transformers Vibrators interrupter Voltage regulating transformers electric power Voltage regulators, transmission and distribution

3613 Switchgear And Switchboard Apparatus
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing switchgear and switchboard apparatus. Important products of this industry include power switches, circuit breakers, power switching equipment, and similar switchgear for general industrial application; switchboards and cubicles, control and metering panels, fuses and fuse mountings, and similar switchboard apparatus and supplies. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing relays are classified in Industry 3625. Establishments manufacturing switches other than switchgear type are classified in Industry 3625 if the switches are of the type used as industrial controls, in Industry 3679 if the switches are of the type used in electronic devices, and in Industry 3643 if the switches are of other types used in wiring circuits.

Air circuit breakers Bus bar structures Circuit breakers, power Control panels, electric power distribution Cubicles (electric switchboard equipment) Distribution boards, electric Distribution cutouts Fuse clips and blocks, electric Fuse devices, power: 600 volts and over Fuse mountings, electric power Fuses, electric Generator control and metering panels Knife switches, electric Metering panels, electric Panelboards and distribution boards, electric Panels, electric control and metering Power connectors Power switching equipment Regulators, power Switchboards and parts, power Switches, electric power: except snap, push button, tumbler, and Switchgear and switchgear accessories Time switches, electrical switchgear apparatus

3621 Motors And Generators
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electric motors (except engine starting motors) and power generators; motor generator sets; railway motors and control equipment; and motors, generators, and control equipment for gasoline, electric, and oil-electric buses and trucks. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing turbo-generators are classified in Industry 3511; those manufacturing starting motors and battery charging generators for internal combustion engines are classified in Industry 3694; and those manufacturing generators for welding equipment are classified in Industry 3548.

Armatures, industrial Coils for motors and generators Collector rings for motors and generators Commutators, electric motor Control equipment for buses and trucks Converters, phase and rotary: electrical equipment Dynamos, electric: except automotive Dynamotors Exciter assemblies, motor and generator Frequency converters (electric generators) Generating apparatus and parts, electrical: except internal combustion Generator sets: gasoline, diesel, and dual fuel Generators and sets, electric: except internal combustion engine, Generators for gas-electric and oil-electric vehicles Generators for storage battery chargers, except internal combustion Inverters, rotating: electrical Motor generator sets, except automotive and turbo generators Motor housings Motors, electric: except engine starting motors and gear motors Power generators Railway motors and control equipment, electric Resolvers Rotary converters (electrical equipment) Rotor retainers and housings Rotors for motors Servomotors Sliprings for motors and generators Starting equipment, for streetcars Stators for motors Storage battery chargers, engine generator type Synchronous condensers and timing motors, electric Synchros Torque motors, electric

3624 Carbon And Graphite Products
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing carbon, graphite, and metal-graphite brushes and brush stock; carbon or graphite electrodes for thermal and electrolytic uses; carbon and graphite fibers; and other carbon, graphite, and metal-graphite products.

Brush blocks, carbon or molded graphite Brushes and brush stock contacts: carbon and graphite-electric Carbon specialties for electrical use Carbons, electric Electrodes for thermal and electrolytic uses, carbon and graphite Fibers, carbon and graphite Lighting carbons

3625 Relays And Industrial Controls
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing relays; motor starters and controllers; and other industrial controls and control accessories. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing automatic temperature controls are classified in Industry 3822, and those manufacturing industrial process control instruments are classified in Industry 3823.

Armature relays Control circuit devices: magnet and solid-state Control circuit relays, industrial Controls and control accessories, industrial Controls for adjustable speed drives Crane and hoist controls, including metal mill Electromagnetic brakes and clutches Industrial controls: push button, selector switches, and pilot Marine and navy auxiliary controls Motor control accessories, including overload relays Motor control centers Motor controls, electric Motor starters, contactors, and controllers, industrial Numerical controls Relays Rheostats, industrial control Solenoid switches, industrial Timing devices, mechanical and solid-state, except clockwork Truck controls, industrial battery Vacuum relays

3629 Electrical Industrial Apparatus, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial and commercial electric apparatus and equipment, not elsewhere classified, such as fixed and variable capacitors and rectifiers for industrial applications. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic capacitors and rectifiers are classified in Industry Group 367.

Battery chargers, rectifying or nonrotating Capacitors, a.c.: for motors and fluorescent lamp ballasts Capacitors, except electronic: fixed and variable Condensers for motors and generators Condensers, except electronic: fixed and variable Current collector wheels for trolley rigging Electrochemical generators (fuel cells) Inverters, nonrotating: electrical Mercury arc rectifiers (electrical apparatus) Power conversion units, a.c. to d.c.: static-electric Rectifiers (electrical apparatus) Series capacitors, except electronic Thermoelectric generators

3631 Household Cooking Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household electric and nonelectric cooking equipment, such as stoves, ranges, and ovens, except portable electric appliances. This industry includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing microwave and convection ovens, including portable. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing other electric household cooking appliances, such as portable ovens, hot plates, grills, percolators, and toasters, are classified in Industry 3634. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing commercial cooking equipment are classified in Industry 3589.

Barbecues, grills, and braziers for outdoor cooking Convection ovens, household: including portable Microwave ovens, household: including portable Ovens, household: excluding portable appliances other thanmicrowave Ranges, household cooking: electric and gas Stoves, disk

3632 Household Refrigerators And Home And Farm Freezers
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household refrigerators and home and farm freezers. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing commercial and industrial refrigeration equipment, packaged room coolers, and all refrigeration compressor and condenser units are classified in Industry 3585, and those manufacturing portable room dehumidifiers are classified in Industry 3634.

Freezers, home and farm Ice boxes, household Refrigerator cabinets, household Refrigerators, mechanical and absorption: household

3633 Household Laundry Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing laundry equipment, such as washing machines, dryers, and ironers, for household use, including coin-operated. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing commercial laundry equipment are classified in Industry 3582, and those manufacturing portable electric irons are classified in Industry 3634.

Drycleaning and laundry machines, household: including Dryers, laundry: household, including coin-operated Ironers and mangles, household, except portable irons Laundry machinery, household, including coin-operated Washing machines, household: including coin-operated Wringers, domestic laundry

3634 Electric Housewares And Fans
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electric housewares for heating, cooking, and other purposes; and electric household fans, except attic fans. Important products of this industry include household-type ventilation and exhaust fans; portable household cooking appliances, except convection and microwave ovens; electric space heaters; electrically heated bedcoverings, electric scissors; and portable humidifiers and dehumidifiers. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing attic fans and industrial and commercial exhaust and ventilation fans are classified in Industry 3564; and those manufacturing room air-conditioners and humidifying and dehumidifying equipment, except portable, are classified in Industry 3585.

Air purifiers, portable Bedcoverings, electric Blankets, electric Blenders, electric Blowers, portable Bottle warmers, household: electric Broilers, electric Can openers, electric Casseroles, electric Chafing dishes, electric Cigar lighters, electric Cigarette lighters, electric Coffee makers, household: electric Cooking appliances, household: electric, except convection and Crock pots, electric Curling irons, electric Deep fat fryers, household: electric Dehumidifiers, electric: portable Desk fans, electric Driers: hand, face, and hair-electric Dry shavers (electric razors) Egg cookers, electric Fans, household: electric, except attic fans Floor fans, electric Food mixers, household: electric Fryers, household: electric Griddles and grills, household: electric Hair curlers, electric Hair driers, electric: except equipment designed for beauty parloruse Hassock fans, electric Heaters, immersion: household-electric Heaters, space: electric Heaters, tape Heating pads, electric Heating units for electric appliances Heating units, baseboard or wall: electric (radiant heating element) Hotplates, electric Humidifiers, electric: portable Ice crushers, electric Irons, domestic: electric Juice extractors, electric Knives, electric Massage machines, electric: except designed for beauty and Ovens, household: portable: except microwave and convection ovens Percolators, electric Popcorn poppers for home use: electric Propeller fans, window-type (household) Radiators, electric Razors, electric Roasters, electric Sandwich toasters and grills, household: electric Sauna heaters, electric Scissors, electric Shoe polishers, electric Tea kettles, electric Toasters, household: electric Toothbrushes, electric Trays, warming: electric Trouser pressers, electric Unit heaters, household: electric Urns, electric: household Vaporizers, electric: household Ventilating fans, electric: household-kitchen Waffle irons, electric Wall heaters, household: electric Water pulsating devices, electric Whippers, household: electric

3635 Household Vacuum Cleaners
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing vacuum cleaners for household use. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing vacuum cleaners for industrial use are classified in Industry 3589. Establishments primarily engaged in installation of central vacuum cleaner systems are classified in Construction, Industry 1796.

Vacuum cleaners and sweepers, electric: household

3639 Household Appliances, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household appliances, not elsewhere classified, such as water heaters, dishwashers, food waste disposal units, and household sewing machines.

Buttonhole and eyelet machines and attachments, household Dishwashing machines, household Floor waxers and polishers, household: electric Garbage disposal units, household Sewing machines and attachments, household Trash compactors, household Water heaters, household: including nonelectric

3641 Electric Lamp Bulbs And Tubes
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electric bulbs, tubes, and related light sources. Important products of this industry include incandescent filament lamps, vapor and fluorescent lamps, photoflash and photoflood lamps, and electrotherapeutic lamp units for ultraviolet and infrared radiation. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing glass blanks for bulbs are classified in Industry 3229.

Electrodes, cold cathode fluorescent lamp Electrotherapeutic lamp units for ultraviolet and infrared radiation Filaments for electric lamps Flashlight bulbs, photographic Glow lamp bulbs Infrared lamp bulbs Lamp (bulb) parts, electric Lamp bulbs and tubes, electric: incandescent filament, fluorescent, Lamp bulb and tubes, health: infrared and ultraviolet radiation Lamps, sealed beam Lead-in wires, electric lamp: made from purchased wire Light bulbs, electric: complete Photoflash and photoflood lamp bulb and tubes Strobotrons Ultraviolet lamps

3643 Current-carrying Wiring Devices
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing current-carrying wiring devices.

Bus bars (electrical conductors) Caps and plugs, attachment: electric Connectors and terminals for electrical devices Contacts, electrical: except carbon and graphite Convenience outlets, electric Cord connectors, electric Current taps, attachment plug and screw shell types Cutouts, switch and fuse Dial light sockets, radio Fluorescent starters Fuse cutouts Ground clamps (electric wiring devices) Lamp sockets and receptacles (electric wiring devices) Lightning arrestors and coils Lightning protection equipment Plugs, electric Rail bonds, electric: for propulsion and signal circuits Snap switches, (electric wiring devices) Sockets, electric Solderless connectors (electric wiring devices) Starting switches, fluorescent lamp Switch cutouts Switches for electric wiring: e.g., snap, tumbler, pressure push-button Trolley line material, overhead

3644 Noncurrent-carrying Wiring Devices
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing noncurrent-carrying wiring devices. Important products of this industry include conduits and fittings; electrical insulators, except porcelain and other ceramic insulators and glass insulators; outlet, switch, and fuse boxes; and pole line hardware. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ceramic insulating are classified in Industry 3264, and those manufacturing glass insulators are classified in Industry 3229.

Boxes, electric wiring: junction, outlet, switch, and fuse Conduits and fittings, electrical Face plates (wiring devices) Insulators, electrical: except glass and ceramic Pole line hardware Raceways Snubbers for CATV systems

3645 Residential Electric Lighting Fixtures
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing residential electric lighting fixtures and equipment, fixed or portable. Establishments primarily engaged in producing glassware for lighting fixtures are classified in Major Group 32; those manufacturing electric light bulbs, tubes, and related light sources are classified in Industry 3641; those manufacturing lamp shades, except glass and metal, are classified in Industry 3999; and those manufacturing nonelectric fixtures and portable electric flashlights, lanterns, and similar lamps are classified in Industry 3648.

Boudoir lamps Chandeliers, residential Desk lamps, residential Floor lamps Fluorescent lighting fixtures, residential Lamp shades, metal Lamps (lighting fixtures), residential: electric Light shades, metal Lighting fixtures, residential, electric: e.g., garden, patio, walkway, Lights, yard: electric Table lamps Wall lamps

3646 Commercial, Industrial, And Institutional Electric Lighting Fixtures
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing commercial, industrial, and institutional electric lighting fixtures. Establishments primarily engaged in producing glassware for lighting fixtures are classified in Major Group 32; those manufacturing residential lighting fixtures are classified in Industry 3645; and those manufacturing vehicular lighting fixtures are classified in Industry 3647.

Chandeliers, commercial Commercial lighting fixtures Desk lamps, commercial Fluorescent lighting fixtures, commercial Lighting fixtures, commercial Luminous panel ceilings

3647 Vehicular Lighting Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing vehicular lighting equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing sealed-beam lamps are classified in Industry 3641.

Aircraft lighting fixtures Automotive lighting fixtures Bicycle lamps Boat and ship lighting fixtures Clearance lamps and reflectors, motor vehicle Dome lights, motor vehicle Flasher lights, automobile Fog lights, motor vehicle Headlights (fixtures), vehicular Lamps, marker and clearance: motor vehicle Lighting fixtures, vehicular Locomotive and railroad car lights Marker lamps, motor vehicle Motorcycle lamps Parking lights, automotive Reflectors, clearance: vehicular Spotlights, motor vehicle Tail lights, motor vehicle

3648 Lighting Equipment, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing lighting fixtures and equipment, electric and nonelectric, not elsewhere classified, including flashlights and similar portable lamps, searchlights, ultraviolet lamp fixtures, and infrared lamp fixtures. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electric light bulbs, tubes, and related light sources are classified in Industry 3641; those producing glassware for lighting fixtures are classified in Major Group 32; and those manufacturing traffic signals are classified in Industry 3669.

Arc lamps, except electrotherapeutic Area and sports luminaries Decorative area lighting fixtures, except residential Flashlights Floodlights Fountain lighting fixtures Gas lighting fixtures Lamp fixtures, infrared Lanterns: electric, gas, carbide, kerosene, and gasoline Lighting fixtures, airport: runway, approach, taxi, and ramp Lighting fixtures, residential, except electric Miners' lamps Reflectors for lighting equipment: metal Searchlights Spotlights, except vehicular Stage lighting equipment Street lighting fixtures, except traffic signals Swimming pool lighting fixtures Ultraviolet lamp fixtures Underwater lighting fixtures

3651 Household Audio And Video Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic audio and video equipment for home entertainment (including automotive), such as television sets, radio broadcast receivers, tape players, phonographs, and video recorders and players. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing public address systems and music distribution apparatus. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing phonograph records and prerecorded audio tapes are classified in Industry 3652; those manufacturing telephone answering machines are classified in Industry 3661; those manufacturing motion picture reproduction equipment are classified in Industry 3861; and those manufacturing phonograph needles and cartridges are classified in Industry 3679. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing separate cabinets for home electronic equipment are classified in Major Group 25.

Amplifiers: radio, public address, or musical instrument Audio recorders and players: automotive and household Clock radio and telephone combinations Clock radios Coin-operated phonographs Disc players, compact Electronic kits for home assembly: radio and television receiving sets, Home tape recorders: cassette, cartridge, and reel Juke boxes Loudspeakers, electrodynamic and magnetic Microphones Music distribution apparatus, except records or tape Musical instrument amplifiers Phonograph and radio combinations Phonograph turntables Phonographs, including coin-operated Pickup heads, phonograph Pillows, stereo Public address systems Radio and phonograph combinations Radio receiving sets Recording machines, music and speech: except dictation and telephone Speaker systems Tape players, household Tape recorders, household Television receiving sets Turntables, for phonographs Video camera-audio recorders, household Video cassette recorders/players Video triggers (remote control television devices)

3652 Phonograph Records And Prerecorded Audio Tapes And Disks
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing phonograph records and prerecorded audio tapes and disks. Establishments primarily engaged in the design, development, and production of prepackaged computer software are classified in Services, Industry Group 737; and those reproducing prerecorded video tape cassettes and disks are classified in Services, Major Group 78.

Compact disc, prerecorded: except video Discs, laser: audio prerecorded Magnetic tape, audio: prerecorded Phonograph record blanks Phonograph records (including preparation of the master) Prerecorded audio magnetic tape

3661 Telephone And Telegraph Apparatus
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wire telephone and telegraph equipment. Included are establishments manufacturing modems and other telephone and telegraph communications interface equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cellular radio telephones are classified in Industry 3663.

Auto-transformers for telephone switchboards Carrier equipment, telephone and telegraph Communications headgear, telephone Data sets, telephone and telegraph Facsimile equipment Headsets, telephone Message concentrators Modems Multiplex equipment, telephone and telegraph Switchboards, telephone and telegraph Switching equipment, telephone Telegraph office switching equipment Telephone answering machines Telephone central office equipment, dial and manual Telephone dialing devices, automatic Telephone sets, except cellular radio telephone Telephone station equipment and parts, wire Telephones, sound powered (no battery) Telephones underwater Toll switching equipment, telephone

3663 Radio And Television Broadcasting And Communications Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing radio and television broadcasting and communications equipment. Important products of this industry are closed-circuit and cable television equipment; studio equipment; light communications equipment; transmitters, transceivers and receivers (except household and automotive); cellular radio telephones; communication antennas; receivers; RF power amplifiers; and fixed and mobile radio systems. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household audio and video equipment are classified in Industry 3651; those manufacturing intercommunications equipment are classified in Industry 3669; and those manufacturing consumer radio and television receiving antennas are classified in Industry 3679.

Airborne radio communications equipment Amplifiers: RF power and IF Antennas, transmitting and communications Broadcast equipment (including studio), radio and television Cable television equipment Cameras, television Carrier equipment, radio communications Cellular radio telephones Citizens' band (CB) radios Closed circuit television equipment Digital encoders Encryption devices Light communications equipment Marine radio communications equipment Microwave communications equipment Mobile communications equipment Multiplex equipment, radio Pagers (one-way) Phototransmission equipment Radio and television switching equipment Radio receiver networks Radio transmitting and communications antennas and ground Receivers, radio communications Satellites, communications Space satellite communications equipment Studio equipment, radio and television broadcasting Telemetering equipment, electronic Television monitors Television transmitting antennas and ground equipment Transceivers Transmitter-receivers, radio Transmitting apparatus, radio and television

3669 Communications Equipment, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing communications and related equipment, not elsewhere classified. Important products of this industry are intercommunication equipment, traffic signaling equipment, and fire and burglar alarm apparatus.

Burglar alarm apparatus, electric Fire alarm apparatus, electric Fire detection systems, electric Highway signals, electric Intercommunications equipment, electronic Marine horns, electric Pedestrian traffic control equipment Railroad signaling devices, electric Signaling apparatus, electric Signals: railway, highway, and traffic-electric Sirens, electric: vehicle, marine, industrial, and air raid Smoke detectors Traffic signals, electric

3691 Storage Batteries
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing storage batteries.

Alkaline cell storage batteries Batteries, rechargeable Lead acid batteries (storage batteries) Nickel cadmium storage batteries

3692 Primary Batteries, Dry And Wet
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing primary batteries, dry or wet.

Batteries, primary: dry or wet Dry cell batteries, single and multiple cell

3694 Electrical Equipment For Internal Combustion Engines
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electrical equipment for internal combustion engines. Important products of this industry include armatures, starting motors, alternators, and generators for automobiles and aircraft; and ignition apparatus for internal combustion engines, including spark plugs, magnetos, coils, and distributors.

Alternators, motor vehicle Armatures, motor vehicle Battery cable wiring sets for internal combustion engines Battery charging generators for internal combustion engines Breaker point sets, internal combustion engine Coils, ignition: internal combustion engines Distributors, motor vehicle engine Generators, aircraft and motor vehicle Harness wiring sets for internal combustion engines Ignition cable sets or wire assemblies for internal combustion engines Ignition systems, high frequency Motors, starting: motor vehicle and aircraft Regulators, voltage: motor vehicle Spark plugs for internal combustion engines Voltage regulators, motor vehicle

3695 Magnetic And Optical Recording Media
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing blank tape, disk, or cassette magnetic or optical recording media for use in recording audio, video, or other signals. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing blank or recorded records and prerecorded audio tapes are classified in Industry 3652; those manufacturing prepackaged computer software are classified in Services, Industry 7372; and those manufacturing prerecorded video tape cassettes and disks are classified in Services, Major Group 78.

Audio range tapes, blank Computer software tape and disks, blank: rigid and floppy Instrumentation type tape, blank Magnetic recording tape, blank: reels, cassettes, and disks Optical disks and tape, blank Video recording tape, blank

3699 Electrical Machinery, Equipment, And Supplies, Not Elsewhere
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electrical machinery, equipment, and supplies, not elsewhere classified, including high energy particle acceleration systems and equipment, electronic simulators, appliance and extension cords, bells and chimes, and insect traps.

Accelerating waveguide structures Amplifiers; magnetic, pulse, and maser Appliance cords for e.g., electric irons, grills, waffle irons-mfpm Atom smashers (particle accelerators) Bells, electric Betatrons Chimes, electric Christmas tree lighting sets, electric Clothing, electrically heated Cyclotrons Door opening and closing devices, electrical Dynamotrons Electric fence chargers Electron beam metal cutting, forming, and welding machines Electron linear accelerators Electrostatic particle accelerators Extension cords, made from purchased insulated wire Flight simulators (training aids), electronic Flytraps, electrical Gongs, electric Grids, electric Lamps, insect: electric Laser welding, drilling and cutting equipment Linear accelerators Logs, fireplace: electric Maser amplifiers Ornaments, Christmas tree: electric Outboard motors, electric Particle accelerators, high voltage Teaching machines and aids, electronic Trouble lights-mfpm Ultrasonic cleaning equipment, except medical and dental Ultrasonic generators sold separately for inclusion in tools and Ultrasonic welding machines and equipment Waveguide pressurization equipment

3714 Motor Vehicle Parts And Accessories
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing motor vehicle parts and accessories, but not engaged in manufacturing complete motor vehicles or passenger car bodies. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing or assembling complete automobiles and trucks are classified in Industry 3711; those manufacturing tires and tubes are classified in Industry 3011; those manufacturing automobile glass are classified in Major Group 32; those manufacturing automobile stampings are classified in Industry 3465; those manufacturing vehicular lighting equipment are classified in Industry 3647; those manufacturing ignition systems are classified in Industry 3694; those manufacturing storage batteries are classified in Industry 3691; and those manufacturing carburetors, pistons, piston rings, and engine intake and exhaust valves are classified in Industry 3592.

Air brakes, motor vehicle Automotive wiring harness sets, except ignition Axle housings and shafts, motor vehicle Axles, motor vehicle Ball joints, motor vehicle Bearings, motor vehicle: except ball and roller Brake drums Brakes and brake parts, motor vehicle Bumpers and bumperettes, motor vehicle Camshafts, motor vehicle gasoline engine Cleaners, air: motor vehicle Connecting rods, motor vehicle: gasoline engine Control equipment, motor vehicle: acceleration mechanisms and Crankshaft assemblies, motor vehicle: gasoline engine Cylinder heads, motor vehicle: gasoline engines Defrosters, motor vehicle Differentials and parts, motor vehicle Directional signals, motor vehicle Drive shafts, motor vehicle Dump truck lifting mechanisms Engines and parts, except diesel: motor vehicle Exhaust systems and parts, motor vehicle Fifth wheels Filters: oil, fuel, and air-motor vehicle Frames, motor vehicle Fuel pumps, motor vehicle Fuel systems and parts, motor vehicle Gas tanks, motor vehicle Gears, motor vehicle Governors, motor vehicle Heaters, motor vehicle Hoods, motor vehicle Horns, motor vehicle Hydraulic fluid power pumps for auto motive steering mechanisms Instrument board assemblies, motor vehicle Lubrication systems and parts, motor vehicle Manifolds, motor vehicle: gasoline engine Motor vehicle gasoline engine rebuilding on a factory basis Motor vehicle parts and accessories, except motor vehicle stampings Mufflers, exhaust: motor vehicle Oil filters, motor vehicle Pipes, fuel: motor vehicle Power transmission equipment, motor vehicle Pumps, motor vehicle: oil, water, fuel, and power steering Radiators and radiator shells and cores, motor vehicle Rear axle housings, motor vehicle Rebuilding motor vehicle gasoline engines and transmissions on a Rims, wheel: motor vehicle Sanders, motor vehicle safety Shock absorbers, motor vehicle Steering mechanisms, motor vehicle Thermostats, motor vehicle Third axle attachments or six wheel units for motor vehicles Tie rods, motor vehicle Tire valve cores Tops, motor vehicle: except stamped metal Transmission housings and parts, motor vehicle Transmissions, motor vehicle Universal joints, motor vehicle Vacuum brakes, motor vehicle Wheels, motor vehicle Windshield frames, motor vehicle Windshield wiper systems, all types Winterfronts, motor vehicle Wiring harness sets motor vehicles, except ignition

3721 Aircraft 
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing or assembling complete aircraft. This industry also includes establishments owned by aircraft manufacturers and primarily engaged in research and development on aircraft, whether from enterprise funds or on a contract or fee basis. Also included are establishments engaged in repairing and rebuilding aircraft on a factory basis. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing engines and other aircraft parts and auxiliary equipment are classified in Industries 3724 and 3728; and those manufacturing guided missiles and space vehicles and parts are classified in Industry Group 376. Establishments primarily engaged in the repair of aircraft, except on a factory basis, are classified in Transportation, Industry 4581; and research and development on aircraft by establishments not owned by aircraft manufacturers are classified in Services, Industry 8731.

Aircraft Airplanes, fixed or rotary wing Airships Autogiros Balloons (aircraft) Blimps Dirigibles Gliders (aircraft) Hang gliders Helicopters Research and development on aircraft by the manufacturer

3724 Aircraft Engines And Engine Parts
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing aircraft engines and engine parts. This industry also includes establishments owned by aircraft engine manufacturers and primarily engaged in research and development on aircraft engines and engine parts whether from enterprise funds or on a contract or fee basis. Also included are establishments engaged in repairing and rebuilding aircraft engines on a factory basis. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing guided missile and space vehicle propulsion units and parts are classified in Industry 3764; those manufacturing aircraft intake and exhaust valves and pistons are classified in Industry 3592; and those manufacturing aircraft internal combustion engine filters are classified in Industry 3714. Establishments primarily engaged in the repair of aircraft engines, except on a factory basis, are classified in Transportation, Industry 4581; and research and development on aircraft engines on a contract or fee basis by establishments not owned by aircraft engine manufacturers are classified in Services, Industry 8731.

Air scoops, aircraft Aircraft engines and engine parts, internal combustion and jet Airfoils, aircraft engine Cooling systems, aircraft engine Engine heaters, aircraft Engine mount parts, aircraft Exhaust systems, aircraft External power units, aircraft: for hand-inertia starters Jet assisted takeoff devices (JATO) Lubricating systems, aircraft Pumps, aircraft engine Research and development on aircraft engines and engine parts by the Rocket motors, aircraft Starters, aircraft: nonelectric Turbines, aircraft type Turbo-superchargers, aircraft

3728 Aircraft Parts And Auxiliary Equipment, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing aircraft parts and auxiliary equipment, not elsewhere classified. This industry also includes establishments owned by manufacturers of aircraft parts and auxiliary equipment and primarily engaged in research and development on aircraft parts, whether from enterprise funds or on a contract or fee basis. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing or assembling complete aircraft are classified in Industry 3721; those manufacturing aircraft engines and parts are classified in Industry 3724; those manufacturing aeronautical instruments are classified in Industry 3812; those manufacturing aircraft engine electrical (aeronautical electrical) equipment are classified in Industry 3694; and those manufacturing guided missile and space vehicle parts and auxiliary equipment are classified in Industry 3769. Establishments not owned by manufacturers of aircraft parts but primarily engaged in research and development on aircraft parts on a contract or fee basis are classified in Services, Industry 8731.

Adapter assemblies, hydromatic propeller Ailerons, aircraft Aircraft armament, except guns Aircraft arresting device system Aircraft assemblies, subÄassemblies, and parts, except engines Aircraft body assemblies and parts Aircraft power transmission equipment Aircraft propeller parts Airframe assemblies, except for guided missiles Airplane brake expanders Alighting assemblies (landing gear), aircraft Beaching gear, aircraft Blades, aircraft propeller: metal or wood Bomb racks, aircraft Brakes, aircraft Chaffing dispensers, aircraft Countermeasure dispensers, aircraft Deicing equipment, aircraft Dive brakes, aircraft Dusting and spraying equipment, aircraft Dynetric balancing stands, aircraft Elevators, aircraft Empennage (tail) assemblies and parts aircraft Fins, aircraft Flaps, aircraft wing Fuel tanks, aircraft: including self-sealing Fuselage assemblies, aircraft Gears, power transmission: aircraft Governors, aircraft propeller feathering Hubs, aircraft propeller Instrument panel mockups: aircraft training units Landing gear, aircraft Landing skis and tracks, aircraft Link trainers (aircraft training mechanisms) Nacelles, aircraft Oleo struts, aircraft Oxygen systems for aircraft Panel assemblies (hydromatic propeller test stands), aircraft Pontoons, aircraft Propeller alining tables Propellers, variable and fixed pitch and parts-aircraft Pumps, propeller feathering Refueling equipment, airplane: for use in night Research and development on aircraft parts and auxiliary equipment Roto-blades for helicopters Rudders, aircraft Seat ejector devices, aircraft Spinners, aircraft propeller Stabilizers, aircraft Target drones, aircraft Targets, trailer type: aircraft Tow targets, aircraft Training aids, aircraft: except electronic Transmissions, aircraft Turret test fixtures, aircraft Turrets and turret drives, aircraft Wheels, aircraft Wing assemblies and parts, aircraft

3743 Railroad Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in building and rebuilding locomotives (including frames and parts, not elsewhere classified) of any type or gauge; and railroad, street, and rapid transit cars and car equipment for operation on rails for freight and passenger service. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing mining cars are classified in Industry 3532. Repair shops, owned and operated by railroads or local transit companies, repairing locomotives or cars for their oWn use are classified in Transportation, Major Groups 40 and 41. Establishments primarily engaged in repairing railroad cars on a contract or fee basis are classified in Transportation, Industry 4789; and those repairing locomotive engines on a contract or fee basis are classified in Services, Industry 7699.

Brakes, railway: air and vacuum Cars and car equipment, freight or passenger Dining cars and car equipment Engines, steam (locomotives) Freight cars and car equipment Industrial locomotives and parts Interurban cars and car equipment Locomotives, locomotive frames, and parts Lubrication systems, locomotive Mining locomotives and parts Railroad car rebuilding Railway motor cars Rapid transit cars and equipment Sleeping cars, railroad Streetcars and car equipment Switching locomotives and parts, electric and nonelectric Tank freight cars and car equipment Tenders, locomotive Trolley buses, trackless

3761 Guided Missiles And Space Vehicles
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing complete guided missiles and space vehicles. This industry also includes establishments owned by guided missile and space vehicle manufacturers and primarily engaged in research and development on these products, whether from enterprise funds or on a contract or fee basis. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing guided missile and space vehicle propulsion units and propulsion unit parts are classified in Industry 3764; those manufacturing space satellites are classified in Industry 3669; those manufacturing guided missile and space vehicle airborne and ground guidance, checkout, and launch electronic systems and components are classified in Industry 3812; and those manufacturing guided missile and space vehicle airframes, nose cones, and space capsules are classified in Industry 3769. Research and development on guided missiles and space vehicles, on a contract or fee basis, by establishments not owned by guided missile or space vehicle manufacturers are classified in Services, Industry 8731.

Ballistic missiles, complete Guided missiles, complete Research and development on guided missiles and space vehicles, by Rockets (guided missiles), space and military: complete Space vehicles, complete

3764 Guided Missile And Space Vehicle Propulsion Units And Propulsion
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing guided missile propulsion units and propulsion unit parts. This industry also includes establishments owned by manufacturers of guided missile and space vehicle propulsion units and parts and primarily engaged in research and development on such products, whether from enterprise funds or on a contract or fee basis. Research and development on guided missile and space propulsion units, on a contract or fee basis by establishments not owned by manufacturers of guided missile and space vehicle propulsion units and parts, are classified in Services, Industry 8731.

Engines and engine parts, guided missile Propulsion units for guided missiles and space vehicles Research and development on guided missile and space vehicle Rocket motors, guided missile

3769 Guided Missile And Space Vehicle Parts And Auxiliary Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing guided missile and space vehicle parts and auxiliary equipment, not elsewhere classified. This industry also includes establishments owned by manufacturers of guided missile and space vehicle parts and auxiliary equipment, not elsewhere classified, and primarily engaged in research and development on such products, whether from enterprise funds or on a contract or fee basis. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing navigational and guidance systems are classified in Industry 3812. Research and development on guided missile and space vehicle parts, on a contract or fee basis by establishments not owned by manufacturers of such products, are classified in Services, Industry 8731.

Airframe assemblies, for guided missiles Casings for missiles and missile components shipping and storage Nose cones, guided missile Research and development on guided missile and space vehicle Space capsules

3821 Laboratory Apparatus And Furniture
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing laboratory apparatus and furniture. Important products of this industry include laboratory balances and scales, laboratory furnaces and ovens, laboratory centrifuges, and various components, parts, and accessories for laboratory apparatus. Laboratory instruments are classified elsewhere, generally in other industries of Industry Group 382.

Autoclaves, laboratory Balances, laboratory Bunsen burners Calorimeters laboratory type Centrifuges, laboratory Crushing and grinding apparatus, laboratory Distilling apparatus, laboratory type Dryers, laboratory Evaporation apparatus, laboratory type Freezers, laboratory Furnaces, laboratory except dental Furniture, laboratory Granulators, laboratory Hotplates, laboratory Incubators, laboratory Laboratory equipment fume hoods, distillation racks, benches and Melting point apparatus, laboratory Microtomes Ovens, laboratory Particle size reduction apparatus, laboratory Pipettes, hemocytometer Sample preparation apparatus, laboratory type Shakers and stirrers, laboratory Sterilizers, laboratory Worktables, laboratory

3822 Automatic Controls For Regulating Residential And Commercial
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing temperature and related controls for heating and air-conditioning installations and refrigeration applications, which are electrically, electronically, or pneumatically actuated, and which measure and control variables such as temperature and humidity; and automatic regulators used as components of household appliances. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial process controls are classified in Industry 3823; those manufacturing motor control switches are classified in Industry 3625; those manufacturing switches for household appliances are classified in Industry 3643; and those manufacturing appliance timers are classified in Industry 3873.

Air flow controllers, air-conditioning and refrigeration except valves Appliance regulators, except switches Building services monitoring controls, automatic Clothes dryer controls including dryness controls Combination limit and fan controls Combination oil and hydronic controls Damper operators pneumatic, thermostatic, and electric Electric air cleaner controls, automatic Electric heat proportioning controls, modulating controls Electric space heater controls, automatic Energy cutoff controls, residential and commercial types Fan control, temperature responsive Flame safety controls for furnaces and boilers Float controls, residential and commercial types Gas burner automatic controls, except valves Gradual switches, pneumatic Humidistats wall, duct, and skeleton Humidity controls, air conditioning types Hydronic circulator control, automatic Hydronic limit control Hydronic pressure and temperature controls Ice bunk controls Ice maker controls Ignition controls for gas appliances and furnaces, automatic In-built thermostats, filled system and bimetal types Incinerator control systems, residential and commercial types Limit controls, residential and commercial heating types Line or limit control for electric heat Liquid level controls, residential and commercial heating types Oven temperature controls, nonindustrial Pneumatic relays, air-conditioning type Pressure controllers, air-conditioning system type Primary oil burner controls, including stack controls and cadmium Refrigeration controls, pressure Refrigeration thermostats Refrigeration/air-conditioning defrost controls Sequencing controls for electric heat Static pressure regulators Steam pressure controls, residential and commercial type Surface burner controls, temperature Switches pneumatic positioning remote Switches, thermostatic Temperature controls, automatic: residential and commercial types Temperature sensors for motor windings Thermocouples, vacuum: glass Thermostats: air-conditioning, refrigeration, comfort heating, Time program controls, air-conditioning systems Vapor heating controls Water heater controls

3823 Industrial Instruments For Measurement, Display, And Control
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial instruments and related products for measuring, displaying (indicating and/or recording), transmitting, and controlling process variables in manufacturing, energy conversion, and public service utilities. These instruments operate mechanically, pneumatically, electronically, or electrically to measure process variables, such as temperature, humidity, pressure, vacuum, combustion, flow, level, viscosity, density, acidity, alkalinity, specific gravity, gas and liquid concentration, sequence, time interval, mechanical motion, and rotation. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electrical integrating meters are classified in Industry 3825; those manufacturing residential and commercial comfort controls are classified in Industry 3822; those manufacturing all liquid-in-glass and bimetal thermometers and glass hydrometers are classified in Industry 3829; those manufacturing recorder charts are classified in Industry Group 275; and those manufacturing analytical and optical instruments are classified in Industries 3826 and 3827.

Absorption analyzers, industrial process type: e.g., infrared, X-ray Analyzers, industrial process type Annunciators, relay and solid-state types: industrial display Boiler controls: industrial, power, and marine type Buoyancy instruments, industrial process type Chromatographs, industrial process type Combustion control instruments, except commercial and household Computer interface equipment for industrial process control Controllers for process variables: electric, electronic, and pneumatic Coulometric analyzers, industrial process type Data loggers, industrial process type Density and specific gravity instruments, industrial process type Differential pressure instruments, industrial process type Digital displays of process variables Draft gauges, industrial process type Electrodes used in industrial process measurement Electrolytic conductivity instruments, industrial process type Flow instruments, industrial process type Fluidic devices, circuits, and systems for process control Gas and liquid analysis instruments, industrial process type Gas flow computers, industrial process type Humidity instruments, industrial process type Hydrometers, industrial process type Industrial process control instruments Infrared instruments, industrial process type Level and bulk measuring instruments, industrial process type Liquid analysis instruments, industrial process type Liquid concentration instruments, industrial process type Liquid level instruments, industrial process type Magnetic flow meters, industrial process type Manometers, industrial process type Moisture meters, industrial process type Nuclear reactor controls Panelboard indicators, recorders and controllers: receiver type Potentiometric self-balancing instruments, except X-Y plotters Pressure gauges, dial and digital Pressure instruments, industrial process type Primary elements for process flow measurement: orifice plates Programmers, process type Pyrometers, industrial process type Refractometers, industrial process type Resistance thermometers and bulbs, industrial process type Telemetering instruments, industrial process type Temperature instruments: industrial process type, except glass and Thermal conductivity instruments, industrial process type Thermistors, industrial process type Thermocouples, industrial process type Thermometers, filled system: industrial process type Time cycle and program controllers, industrial process type Transmitters of process variables, standard signal conversion Turbidity instruments, industrial process type Turbine flow meters, industrial process type Viscosimeters, industrial process type Water quality monitoring and control systems

3825 Instruments For Measuring And Testing Of Electricity And Electrical
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing instruments for measuring the characteristics of electricity and electrical signals, such as voltmeters, ammeters, wattmeters, watt-hour meters, demand meters, and equipment for testing the electrical characteristics of electrical, radio, and communication circuits and of internal combustion engines. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacturing of electronic checkout, monitoring, evaluating, and other electronic support equipment for electronic navigational, radar, and sonar systems are classified in Industry 3812, and those manufacturing similar equipment for communications systems classified in Industry Group 366.

Alternator and generator testers Ammeters Ampere-hour meters Analog-to-digital converters, electronic instrumentation type Analyzers for testing electrical characteristics Audiometers, except medical Automotive ammeters and voltmeters Battery testers, electrical Bleed control cabinets (engine testers) Bridges, electrical: e.g., Kelvin, Wheatstone, vacuum tube, and Current measuring equipment Decade boxes: capacitance, inductance, and resistance Demand meters, electric Digital panel meters, electricity measuring Digital test equipment, electronic and electrical circuits and equipment Digital-to-analog converters, electronic instrumentation, type Diode and transistor testers Distortion meters and analyzers Elapsed time meters, electronic Electron tube test equipment Electronic test equipment for testing electrical characteristics Energy measuring equipment, electrical Field strength and intensity measuring equipment, electrical Frequency meters: electrical, mechanical, and electronic Frequency synthesizers Function generators Galvanometers, except geophysical Ignition testing instruments Impedance measuring equipment Indicating instruments, electric Instrument relays, all types Instrument shunts Instruments for measuring electrical quantities Instruments, electric: for testing electrical characteristics Integrated-circuit testers Integrating electricity meters Internal combustion engine analyzers, to test electrical characteristics Laboratory standards, electric: resistance, inductance, and capacitance Logic circuit testers Measuring equipment for electronic and electrical circuits and Measuring instruments and meters, electric Meters, electric: pocket, portable, panelboard, and graphic recording Meters, power factor and phase angle Microwave test equipment Multimeters Network analyzers Ohmmeters Oscillators, audio frequency and radio frequency (instrument types) Oscillographs and oscilloscopes Potentiometric instruments, except industrial process type Power measuring equipment, electrical Pulse (signal) generators Radar testing instruments, electric Radio apparatus analyzers for testing electrical characteristics Radio set analyzers, electrical Radio tube checkers, electrical Radio frequency measuring equipment Recorders, oscillographic Reflectometers, sliding shorts Resistance measuring equipment Semiconductor test equipment Signal generators and averages Spark plug testing instruments, electric Spectrum analyzers Standard cells Standards and calibration equipment for electrical measuring, except Standing wave ratio measuring equipment Stroboscopes Sweep generators Sweep oscillators Synchroscopes Tachometer generators Test equipment for electronic and electrical circuits and equipment Test sets, ignition harness Time code generators Transformers, instrument: portable Tube testers Volt-ohm milliammeters Voltmeters Watt-hour and demand meters, combined Watt-hour and time switch meters, combined Watt-hour meters, electric Wattmeters Waveform measuring and/or analyzing equipment

3826 Laboratory Analytical Instruments
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing laboratory instruments and instrumentation systems for chemical or physical analysis of the composition or concentration of samples of solid, fluid, gaseous, or composite material. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing instruments for monitoring and analyzing continuous samples from medical patients are classified in Industry 3845, and from industrial process streams are classified in Industry 3823.

Amino acid analyzers, laboratory type Automatic chemical analyzers, laboratory type Chromatographic instruments, laboratory type Colorimeters, laboratory type Coulometric analyzers, laboratory type Densitometers, analytical Differential thermal analysis instruments Electrolytic conductivity instruments, laboratory type Electron paramagnetic spin type apparatus Electrophoresis instruments Elemental analyzers (CHNOS) Flame photometers Gas analyzers, laboratory type Gas chromatographic instruments, laboratory type Infrared type analytical instruments, laboratory type Liquid chromatographic instruments, laboratory type Magnetic resonance imaging type apparatus, except diagnostic Mass spectrometers Mass spectroscopy instrumentation Microprobes: electron, ion, laser, X-ray Microscopes, electron and proton Moisture analyzers, laboratory type Monochrometers, laboratory type Nephelometers, except meteorological Neutron activation analysis instruments Osmometers Particle size analyzers Photometers, except photographic exposure meters Polariscopes Polarizers Polarographic equipment Protein analyzers, laboratory type Redox (oxidation-reduction potential) instruments Refractometers, laboratory Specific ion measuring instruments, laboratory type Spectrofluorometers Spectrographs Spectrometers: electron diffraction, mass, nmr, raman, x-ray Spectrophotometers: atomic absorption, atomic emission, flame, Surface area analyzers Thermal analysis instruments, laboratory type Thermal conductivity instruments and sensors Thermogravimetric analyzers Titrimeters Turbidometers Ultraviolet-type analytical instruments

3827 Optical Instruments And Lenses
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing instruments and apparatus that measure an optical property and optically project, measure, or magnify an image, such as binoculars, microscopes, prisms, and lenses. Included are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing optical sighting and fire control equipment.

Aiming circles (fire control equipment) Binoculars Boards: plotting, spotting, and gun fire adjustment Borescopes Cinetheodolites Coddington magnifying instruments Contour projectors Correctors: percentage, wind, and roll (sighting and fire control Fuse setters (fire control equipment) Glasses, field or opera Gratings, diffraction Gun sights, optical Interferometers Lens coating Lens grinding, except ophthalmic Lens mounts Lenses, optical: photographic, magnifying, projection, and instrument Light sources, standard Lupes magnifying instruments, optical Magnifying instruments, optical Metallographs Microprojectors Microscopes, except electron, proton and corneal Mirrors, optical Optical alignment and display instruments, except photographic Optical comparators Optical test and inspection equipment Periscopes Phototheodolites Prisms, optical Reflectors, optical Searchlight mirrors and reflectors Sighting and fire control equipment, optical Spy glasses Telescopes Telescopic sights Triplet magnifying instruments, optical

3829 Measuring And Controlling Devices, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing measuring and controlling devices, not elsewhere classified, including meteorological instruments. Important products of this industry are physical properties testing equipment, nuclear radiation detection and monitoring instrumentation, aircraft engine instruments (except flight), and liquid-in-glass and bimetal thermometers. Also included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing surveying and drafting instruments, such as alidades, transits, sextants, theodolites, slide rules, and T- squares.

Accelerometers, except aerospace type Actinometers, meteorological Alidades, surveying Anamometers Barographs Barometers, mercury and aneroid types Cable testing machines Ceilometers Chronometers, electronic Clinical thermometers, including digital Compasses, magnetic: portable type Count rate meters, nuclear radiation Drafting instruments and machines Dynamometer instruments Electrogamma ray loggers Evaporation meters Fare registers: e.g., for streetcars and buses Fatigue testing machines, industrial: mechanical Fuel densitometers, aircraft engine Fuel mixture indicators, aircraft engine Fuel system instruments, aircraft Fuel totalizers, aircraft engine Gauges except electric, motor vehicle: oil pressure and water Gauging instruments, thickness: ultrasonic Geiger counters Hardness testing equipment Humidity instruments, except industrial process and air-conditioning Hydrometers, except industrial process type Hygrometers, except industrial process type Hygrothermographs Instrumentation for reactor controls, auxiliary Ion chambers Kinematic test and measuring equipment Level gauges, radiation type Levels and tapes, surveying Magnetometers Map plotting instruments Meteorogic tracking systems Meteorological instruments Nephoscopes Nuclear instrument modules Nuclear radiation detection and monitoring instruments Personnel dosimetry devices Photogrammetrical instruments Photopitometers Physical properties testing and inspection equipment Pitometers Pressure and vacuum indicators, aircraft engine Pulse analyzers, nuclear monitoring Pyrheliometers Radiation measuring and detecting (radiac) equipment Rain gauges Restitution apparatus, photogrammetrical Sample changers, nuclear radiation Scalers, nuclear radiation Scintillation detectors Seismographs Seismometers Seismoscopes Sextants, surveying Solarimeters Spectrometers, liquid scintillation and nuclear Stereotopographs Stress, strain, and flaw detecting and measuring equipment Surveying instruments Synchronizers, aircraft engine Testers for checking hydraulic controls on aircraft Testing equipment: abrasion, shearing strength, tensile strength, and Theodolites, surveying Thermocouples, except industrial process, aircraft type, and glass Thermohydrometers Thermometers, liquid-in-glass and bimetal types Thrust power indicators, aircraft engine Toll booths, automatic Transducers, pressure Transits, surveying Turnstiles, equipped with counting mechanisms Ultrasonic testing equipment Vibration meters, analyzers, and calibrators Viscosimeters, except industrial process type Weather tracking equipment Whole body counters, nuclear Wind direction indicators

3911 Jewelry, Precious Metal
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing jewelry and other articles worn on or carried about the person, made of precious metals (including base metals clad or rolled with precious metals), with or without stones. Products of this industry include cigarette cases and lighters, vanity cases and compacts; trimmings for umbrellas and canes; and jewel settings and mountings. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing costume jewelry from nonprecious metals and other materials are classified in Industry 3961.

Cases: cigar, cigarette, and vanity-precious metal Cigar lighters, precious metal or based metal clad with precious metal Cigarette lighters, precious metal Collar buttons, precious metal and precious or semiprecious stones Compacts, precious metal Cuff buttons, precious metal and precious or semiprecious stones Handbags, precious metal Handles, umbrella and parasol: gold and silver Jewel settings and mountings, precious metal Jewelry, made of precious metal or precious or semiprecious stones Jewelry, natural or cultured pearls Medals of precious or semiprecious metals Mountings, gold and silver: for pens, leather goods, and umbrellas Pins, precious metal Rings, precious metal Rosaries and other small religious articles, precious metal Shirt studs, precious metal and precious or semiprecious stones Trimmings, precious metal: e.g., for canes, umbrellas Watchbands, precious metal

3914 Silverware, Plated Ware, And Stainless Steel Ware
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing flatware (including knives, forks, and spoons), hollow ware, ecclesiastical ware, trophies, trays, and related products made of sterling silver; of metal plated with silver, gold, or other metal; of nickel silver; of pewter; or of stainless steel. Also included are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing table flatware with blades and handles of metal. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing other metal cutlery are classified in Industry 3421, and those manufacturing metal trophies, trays and toilet ware, other than silver, nickel silver, pewter, stainless steel, and plated, are classified in Industry 3499.

Carving sets, with metal handles and blades Cutlery, with metal handles and blades Ecclesiastical ware: silver, nickel silver, pewter, and plated Flatware, table with metal handles and blades Hollow ware, silver, nickel silver pewter, stainless steel, and plated Loving cups, silver, nickel silver, pewter, and plated Silversmithing Silverware: nickel silver, silver plated, Solid silver, and sterling Table and kitchen cutlery, all metal Toilet ware: silver, nickel silver, pewter, and plated Trays: silver, nickel silver, pewter, Trophies: silver, nickel silver, pewter, and plated

3915 Jewelers' Findings And Materials, And Lapidary Work
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing unassembled jewelry parts and stock shop products, such as sheet, wire, and tubing; and establishments of lapidaries primarily engaged in cutting, slabbing, tumbling, carving, engraving, polishing or faceting stones from natural or manmade precious or semiprecious gem raw materials, either for sale or on a contract basis for the trade; in recutting, repolishing, and setting gem stones; or in cutting, drilling, and otherwise preparing jewels for instruments, dies, watches, chronometers, and other industrial uses. This industry includes the drilling, sawing, and peeling of real or cultured pearls. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic stones for gem stones and industrial use are classified in Industry 3299, and those manufacturing artificial pearls are classified in Industry 3961.

Diamond cutting and polishing Diamond points for phonograph needles Jewel bearings, synthetic Jewel cutting, drilling, polishing, recutting, or setting Jewel preparing: for instruments, tools, watches, and jewelry Jewelers' findings and materials Jewelry parts, unassembled Jewelry polishing for the trade Jewelry soldering for the trade Lapidary work, contract and other Machine chain, platinum or karat gold Pearls: drilling, sawing or peeling of Pin stems (jewelry findings) Soldering for the jewelry trade Stones: preparation of real and imitation gems for settings

3931 Musical Instruments
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing pianos, with or without player attachments; organs; other musical instruments; and parts and accessories for musical instruments.

Accordions and parts Autophones (organs with perforated music rolls) Banjos and parts Bassoons Bells (musical instruments) Blowers, pipe organ Bugles and parts (musical instruments) Calliopes (steam organs) Carillon bells Cellos and parts Chimes and parts (musical instruments) Clarinets and parts Concertinas and parts Cornets and parts Cymbals and parts Drummers' traps Drums, parts, and accessories (musical instruments) Electric musical instruments Electronic musical instruments Flutes and parts Fretted instruments and parts Guitars and parts, electric and nonelectric Harmonicas Harps and parts Harpsichords Heads, banjo and drum Mandolins and parts Marimbas Mouthpieces for musical instruments Music rolls, perforated Music stands Musical instrument accessories: e.g. reeds, mouthpieces, stands, traps Musical instruments, including electric and electronic Oboes Ocarinas Octophones Organ parts and materials, except organ hardware Organs, all types: e.g., pipe, reed, hand, street, barrel, electronic, Percussion musical instruments Piano parts and materials, except piano hardware Pianos, all types: e.g., vertical, grand, spinet, player, coin-operated Piccolos and parts Saxophones and parts Stringed musical instruments and parts Strings, musical instrument Synthesizers, music Trombones and Parts Trumpets and parts Ukuleles and parts Vibraphones Violas and parts Violins and parts Woodwind and brass wind musical instrument Xylophones and parts Zithers and parts

3942 Dolls And Stuffed Toys
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing dolls, doll parts, and doll clothing, except doll wigs. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing stuffed toys are also included in this industry. Doll Wigs are classified in Industry 3999.

Dolls, doll parts, and doll clothing: except wigs Dolls, miniature: collectors' Stuffed toys (including animals)

3944 Games, Toys, And Children's Vehicles, Except Dolls And Bicycles
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing games and game sets for adults and children, and mechanical and nonmechanical toys. Important products of this industry include games; toy furniture; doll carriages and carts; construction sets; mechanical trains; toy guns and rifles; baby carriages and strollers; children's tricycles, coaster wagons, play cars, sleds, and other children's outdoor wheel goods and vehicles, except bicycles. Included are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic board games; electronic toys; and electronic game machines, except coin-operated. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing dolls and stuffed toys are classified in Industry 3942; those manufacturing bicycles are classified in Industry 3751; those manufacturing sporting and athletic goods for children and adults are classified in Industry 3949; those manufacturing coin-operated game machines are classified in Industry 3999; those manufacturing electronic video game cartridges are classified in Services, Industry 7372; and those manufacturing rubber toys, except dolls, are classified in Industry 3069.

Airplanes, toy Automobiles and trucks, toy Automobiles, children's pedal driven Banks, toy Baskets, toy Bells, toy Blocks, toy Carriages, baby Cars, play (children's vehicles) Craft and hobby kits and sets Cycles, sidewalk: children's Darts and dart games Dishes, toy Doll carriages and carts Drums, toy Electronic game machines, except coin-operated Electronic toys Engines, miniature Erector sets, toy Games for children and adults: puzzles, bingo, marbles, poker chips, Gocarts, children's Guns, toy Hobby horses Horns, toy Kites Magic lanterns (toys) Models, toy and hobby: e.g., airplane, boat, ship, railroad equipment Musical instruments, toy Paint sets, children's Pistols, toy Poker chips Rifles, toy Rocking horses Science kits: microscopes, chemistry sets, and natural science sets Scooters, children's Sleds, children's Strollers, baby (vehicles) Structural toy sets Sulkies, baby (vehicles) Tenders, baby (vehicles) Toys: except dolls, bicycles, rubber toys, and stuffed toys Trains and equipment, toy: electric an mechanical Tricycles, children's Vehicles except bicycles, children's Video game machines, except coin-operated Wagons, children's: coaster, express, and play Walkers, baby (vehicles)

3949 Sporting And Athletic Goods, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing sporting and athletic goods, not elsewhere classified, such as fishing tackle; golf and tennis goods; baseball, football, basketball, and boxing equipment; roller skates and ice skates; gymnasium and playground equipment; billiard and pool tables; and bowling alleys and equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing athletic apparel are classified in Major Group 23; those manufacturing athletic footwear are classified in Industries 3021 and 3149; those manufacturing small arms ammunition are classified in Industry 3482; and those manufacturing small arms are classified in Industry 3484.

Ammunition belts, sporting type: of all materials Archery equipment Arrows, archery Athletic and sporting goods: except clothing, footwear, small arms, Badminton equipment Bait, fishing: artificial Balls: baseball, basketball, football golf, tennis, pool, and bowling Baseball equipment and supplies, except uniforms and footwear Bases, baseball Basketballs and basketball equipment and supplies, except uniforms Baskets, fish and bait Bats, game: e.g., baseball, softball, cricket Billiard and pool balls, cues, cue tips and tables Billiard chalk Bobsleds Boomerangs Bowling alleys and accessories Bowling pin machines, automatic Bowling pins Bows, archery Boxing equipment Bridges, billiard and pool Buckets, fish and bait Cartridge belts, sporting type Cases, gun and rod (sporting equipment) Creels, fish Cricket equipment Croquet sets Decoys, duck and other game birds Dumbbells Exercise cycles Exercising machines Fencing equipment (sporting goods) Fishing tackle (except lines, nets, and seines) Flies, artificial: for fishing Floats for fish lines Footballs and football equipment and supplies, except uniforms and Game calls Gloves, sport and athletic: e.g., boxing, baseball, racketball, handball Golf carts, hand Golfing equipment: e.g., caddy cars and bags, clubs, tees, balls Guards: e.g., football, basketball, soccer, lacrosse Gymnasium and playground equipment Helmets, athletic Hockey equipment, except uniforms and footwear Indian clubs Jogging machines Lacrosse equipment Mallets, sports: e.g., polo, croquet Masks, sports: e.g., baseball, fencing, hockey Nets: e.g., badminton, basketball, tennis-not made in weaving mills Pads, athletic: e.g., football, basketball, soccer, lacrosse Pigeons, clay (targets) Pin-setters for bowling, automatic Playground equipment Polo equipment, except apparel and footwear Pool balls, pockets, tables, and equipment Protectors, sports: e.g., baseball, basketball, hockey Rackets and frames, sports: e.g., tennis, badminton, squash, Rowing machines Sailboards Scoops, crab and fish Scuba diving equipment, except clothing Shafts, golf club Sinkers (fishing tackle) Skateboards Skates and parts, ice and roller Skin diving equipment, except clothing Skis and skiing equipment, except apparel Snowshoes Soccer equipment, except apparel Spearguns Spears, fishing Sporting goods: except clothing, footwear, small arms, and Squash equipment, except apparel Stand boards Sticks, sports: e.g., hockey, lacrosse Striking (punching) bags Strings, tennis racket Surfboards Swimming pools, plastics Tables: billiard pool, bagatelle, and ping pong Target shooting equipment, except small arms and ammunition Targets, archery and rifle shooting Targets, clay Tennis goods: e.g., balls, frames, rackets Toboggans Track and field athletic equipment, except apparel and footwear Trap racks (clay targets) Treadmills Wading pools, plastics coated fabric Windsurfing boards and equipment

3951 Pens, Mechanical Pencils, And Parts
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing pens (including ballpoint pens), refill cartridges, mechanical pencils, fine and broad tipped markers, and parts.

Cartridges, refill: for ballpoint pens Fountain pens and fountain pen desk sets Markers, soft tip: e.g., felt, fabric, plastics Meter pens Nibs (pen points): gold, steel, or other metal Pencils and pencil parts, mechanical Penholders and parts Pen points: gold, steel, or other metal Pens and pen parts: fountain, stylographic, and ballpoint

3952 Lead Pencils, Crayons, And Artists' Materials
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing lead pencils, pencil leads, and crayons; and materials and equipment for artwork, such as air-brushes, drawing tables and boards, palettes, sketch boxes, pantographs, artists' colors and waxes, pyrography goods, drawing inks, and drafting materials. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing mechanical pencils are classified in Industry 3951, and those manufacturing drafting instruments are classified in Industry 3829.

Artists' materials, except drafting instruments Boards, drawing: artists' Boxes, sketching and paint Brushes, air: artists' Burnishers and cushions, gilders' Canvas board, artists' Canvas, artists': prepared on frames Chalk: e.g., carpenters', blackboard, marking, artists', tailors' Colors, artists': water and oxide ceramic glass Crayons: chalk, gypsum, charcoal, fusains, pastel, and wax Drafting materials, except instruments Drawing tables and boards, artists' Easels, artists' Enamels, china painting Eraser guides and shields Frames for artists' canvases Frisket paper (artists' material) Gold or bronze mixtures, powders paints, and sizes: artists' India ink Ink, drawing: black and colored Lettering instruments, artists' Maulsticks, artists' Modeling clay Paints for burnt wood or leather work, platinum Paints for china painting Paints, artists' Palettes, artists' Pantographs for drafting Pastels, artists' Pencil holders Pencil lead: black, indelible, or colored Pencils, except mechanical Pyrography materials Sizes, artists': gold and bronze Sketching boxes, artists' Tracing cloth (drafting material) Walnut oil, artists' Water colors, artists' Wax, artists'

3953 Marking Devices
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber and metal hand-stamps, dies, and seals; steel letters and figures; and stencils for use in painting or marking. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing felt tip markers are classified in Industry 3951.

Dies, hand seal Figures (marking devices), metal Hand stamps, stencils, and brands Irons, marking or branding Letters (marking devices), metal Numbering stamps, with rubber type: hand Pads, inking and stamping Paper stencils Printing dies, rubber Screens, textile printing Seal presses, notary, hand Seals, hand (dies) Stamps, hand: time, date, postmark, cancelling, shoe, and Stencils for use in painting and marking: e.g., metal, cardboard

3955 Carbon Paper And Inked Ribbons
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing carbon paper; spirit or gelatin process and other stencil paper; and inked or carbon ribbons for business machines.

Carbon paper Ribbons, inked: e.g., typewriter, adding machine, cash register Stencil paper for typewriters Stencil paper, gelatin or spirit process

3961 Costume Jewelry And Costume Novelties, Except Precious Metal
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing costume jewelry, costume novelties, and ornaments made of all materials, except precious metal, precious or semiprecious stones, and rolled goldplate and gold- filled materials. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing jewelry of precious and semiprecious metal are classified in 3911; those manufacturing leather compacts and vanity cases are classified in Industry 3172; and those manufacturing synthetic stones for gem stone and industrial use are classified in Industry 3299.

Compacts, except precious metal and solid leather Costume jewelry, except precious metal and precious or semi-precious Cuff-links and studs, except precious metal and gems Novelties, costume: except precious metal and gems Ornaments, costume: except precious metal and gems Pearls, artificial Rings, finger: gold-plated wire Rosaries and other small religious articles, except precious metal Vanity cases, except precious metal and leather Watchbands, base metal

3965 Fasteners, Buttons, Needles, And Pins
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing notions, such as slide and snap fasteners and zippers, machine and hand needles, pins, hooks and eyes, buckles, buttons, button parts, and button blanks. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing these products from precious metals or from precious or semiprecious stones are classified in Industry 3911.

Buckle blanks and molds Buckles and buckle parts, except shoe buckles Button backs and parts Button blanks and molds Button coloring for the trade Buttons, except precious metal and precious or semiprecious stones Collar buttons, except precious metal and precious or semi-precious Cuff buttons, except precious metal and precious or semiprecious Eyelets, metal: for clothing, fabrics, boots and shoes, and paper Fasteners: glove, slide, snap, and hook-and-eye Hair curlers, except equipment designed for beauty parlor use Hairpins, except rubber Hooks and eyes Hooks, crochet Needles, hand and machine Pins, except jewelry: toilet, safety, hat pins, and hairpins-steel or Shirt studs, except precious metal and precious or semiprecious stones Tape, hook-and eye and snap fastener Zippers (slide fasteners)

3991 Brooms And Brushes
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household, industrial, and street sweeping brooms; and brushes, such as paintbrushes, toothbrushes, toilet brushes, and household and industrial brushes.

Artists' brushes, hand Brooms, hand and machine: bamboo, wire, fiber, splint, or other Brushes for vacuum cleaners, carpet sweepers, and other rotary Brushes, household and industrial Hair pencils (artists' brushes) Paint rollers Paintbrushes Push brooms Shaving brushes Street sweeping brooms, hand and machine Toilet brushes Toothbrushes, except electric Varnish brushes Whisk brooms

3993 Signs And Advertising Specialties
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electrical, mechanical, cutout, or plate signs and advertising displays, including neon signs, and advertising specialties. Sign painting shops doing business on a custom basis are classified in Services, Industry 7389. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electric signal equipment are classified in Industry 3669, and those manufacturing commercial lighting fixtures are classified in Industry 3646.

Advertising displays, except printed Advertising specialties-mfpm Cutouts and displays, window and lobby Displays, paint process Electrical signs and advertising displays Letters for signs, metal Name plates, metal: except e.g., engraved, etched, chased Neon signs Scoreboards, electric Signs, not made in custom sign painting shops

3995 Burial Caskets
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing burial caskets and cases, including shipping cases, of wood or other material except concrete.

Burial cases, metal and wood Burial vaults, fiberglass Caskets, metal and wood Grave vaults, metal

3996 Linoleum, Asphalted-felt-base, And Other Hard Surface Floor
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing linoleum, asphalted-felt-base, and other hard surface floor coverings, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber floor coverings are classified in Industry 3069, and those manufacturing cork floor and wall tile are classified in Industry 2499.

Carpets, asphalted-felt-base (linoleum) Floor coverings, asphalted-felt-base (linoleum) Hard surfaced floor coverings, except rubber and cork Linoleum Tile, floor: supported plastics

3999 Manufacturing Industries, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing miscellaneous fabricated products, including beauty shop and barber shop equipment; hair work; tobacco pipes and cigarette holders; coin-operated amusement machines; matches; candles; lamp shades; feathers; artificial trees and flowers made from all materials, except glass; dressed and dyed furs; umbrellas, parasols, and canes; and other articles, not elsewhere classified.

Advertising curtains Amusement machines. coin-operated: except coin-operated Artificial and preserved flowers, foliage, fruits, and vines: except Artificial flower arrangements Atomizers, other than medical Badges for policemen and firemen-metal Barber shop equipment Barbers' clippers, hand and electric Beach umbrellas Beaded novelties Beads, unassembled Beauty shop equipment Beekeeping supplies, except wood Bone novelties Book matches Boutiquing: for the trade (decorating gift items) Bric-a-brac Bristles, dressing of Burnt wood articles Buttons: Red Cross, union, and identification Calendars, framed Candles Canes and cane trimmings, except precious metal Chairs, hydraulic: barber and beauty shop Christmas tree ornaments, except electrical and glass Christmas trees, artificial Cigar and cigarette holders Cigarette filters, not made in chemical plants Cigarette lighter flints Cleaners, pipe and cigarette holder Combs, except hard rubber Curlers, hair: designed for beauty parlors Curls, artificial (hair) Decalcomania work, except on china or glass: for the trade Desk pads, except paper Doll wigs Down (feathers) Dressing of furs: bleaching, blending, currying, scraping, and tanning Driers, hair: designed for beauty parlors Dusters, feather Embroidery kits Feathers: curling, dyeing, and renovating for the trade Figures, wax: mannikins Fingerprint equipment, except cameras and optical equipment Fire extinguishers, portable Flocking metal products for the trade Fly swatters Forms: display, dress, and show except shoe display forms Frames and handles, handbag and luggage: except precious metal Fruits, artificial, except glass Fur stripping Furniture, beauty shop and barber shop Furs, dressed: bleached, curried, scraped, tanned, and dyed Games, coin-operated: pinball and other Globes, geographical Gold stamping for the trade, except books Glass Grenades, hand (fire extinguishers) Grinding purchased nut shells Hair clippers for human use, hand and electric Hair goods: braids, nets, switches, toupees, and wigs Hair, dressing of, for the trade Hairpin mountings Hat blocks and display forms Honeycomb foundations (beekeepers' supplies) Hosiery kits, sewing and mending Identification plates Identification tags, except paper Lamp shade frames Lamp shades: except metal and glass Lighters, cigar and cigarette: except precious metal and electric Mannikins and display forms Marionettes (puppets) Massage machines, electric: designed for beauty and barber shops Matches and match books Military insignia, except textile Models, except toy and hobby Mosaics: ivory, shell, horn, and bone Mountings, comb and hairpin: except precious metal Music boxes Musical chests Novelties: bone, beaded, and shell Pads, permanent waving Painting instrument dials, for the trade Parasols and frames: handles, parts, and trimmings-except precious Pelts: scraping, currying, tanning, bleaching, and dyeing Permanent wave equipment and machines Picture plaques, laminated Pipes, pipe stems, and bib: tobacco-except hard rubber Plaques, picture: laminated Plumes, feather Preparation of slides and exhibits, for classroom use Printing eyeglass frames for the trade Puppets Scenery for theaters, opera houses halls, and schools Sewing kits, novelty: other than sewing cases and cabinets Shades, lamp and candle: except glass and metal Shell novelties Shoe patterns Slot machines Smokers, bee (beekeepers' supplies) Soap dispensers Sponges, bleaching and dyeing of Stage hardware and equipment, except lighting equipment Stereographs, photographic Sterilizers, beauty and barber shop Straw goods Stringing beads for the trade Tape measures Tear gas devices and equipment Tinsel Transformations, hair Treating clock and watch dials with luminous material Trees, Christmas, artificial Trimmings, feather Umbrellas and parts, except precious metal Umbrellas: beach, garden, and wagon Veils made of hair Vibrators, electric: designed for beauty and barber shops Walnut shell flour Wigs, including doll wigs, toupees, or wiglets, except custom made Wind chimes Wool pulling Wreaths, artificial

4911 Electric Services
Establishments engaged in the generation, transmission, and/or distribution of electric energy for sale.

Electric power generation, transmission, or distribution

5012 Automobiles And Other Motor Vehicles
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of new and used passenger automobiles, trucks, trailers, and other motor vehicles, including motorcycles, motor homes, and snowmobiles. Automotive distributors primarily engaged in selling at retail to individual consumers for personal use, and also selling a limited amount of new and used passenger automobiles and trucks at wholesale, are classified in Retail Trade, Industry 5511.

Ambulances-wholesale Automobile auction-wholesale Automobiles-wholesale Bodies, automotive-wholesale Buses-wholesale Campers (pickup couches) for mounting on trucks-wholesale Mopeds-wholesale Motor homes-wholesale Motor scooters-wholesale Motor vehicles, commercial-wholesale Motorcycles-wholesale Popup campers-wholesale Recreational vehicles-wholesale Snowmobiles-wholesale Taxicabs-wholesale Trailers for passenger automobiles-wholesale Truck tractors-wholesale Truck trailers-wholesale Trucks-wholesale Vans-wholesale

5013 Motor Vehicle Supplies And New Parts
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of motor vehicle supplies, accessories, tools, and equipment; and new motor vehicle parts.

Automobile engine testing equipment electrical-wholesale Automobile glass-wholesale Automobile service station equipment-wholesale Automotive accessories-wholesale Automotive engines, new-wholesale Automotive parts, new-wholesale Automotive stampings-wholesale Automotive supplies-wholesale Batteries, automotive-wholesale Engine electrical equipment, automotive-wholesale Garage service equipment-wholesale Hardware, automotive-wholesale Motorcycle parts-wholesale Pumps, measuring and dispensing: gasoline and oil-wholesale Seat belts, automotive-wholesale Seat covers, automotive-wholesale Service station equipment, automobile-wholesale Testing equipment, electrical: automotive-wholesale Tools and equipment, automotive-wholesale Wheels, motor vehicle: new-wholesale

5014 Tires And Tubes
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of tires and tubes for passenger and commercial vehicles.

Repair materials, tire and tube-wholesale Tires, used-wholesale Tires and tubes, new-wholesale Tires, used-wholesale

5015 Motor Vehicle Parts, Used
Establishments primarily engaged in the distribution at wholesale or retail of used motor vehicle parts. This industry includes establishments primarily engaged in dismantling motor vehicles for the purpose of selling parts. Establishments primarily engaged in dismantling motor vehicles for scrap are classified in Industry 5093.

Automobile engines, used-wholesale or retail Automobile parts, used-wholesale or retail Motor vehicle parts, used-wholesale or retail

5021 Furniture
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of furniture, including bedsprings, mattresses, and other household furniture; office furniture; and furniture for public parks and buildings. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of partitions, shelving, lockers, and store fixtures are classified in Industry 5046.

Bar furniture-wholesale Bedsprings-wholesale Cafeteria furniture-wholesale Chairs household, office, and public building-wholesale Church pews-wholesale Desks, including school-wholesale Furniture, juvenile-wholesale Furniture, unfinished-wholesale Furniture household, office, restaurant, and public building-wholesale Lawn furniture-wholesale Mattresses-wholesale School desks-wholesale Theater seats-wholesale Waterbeds-wholesale

5023 Home Furnishings
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of home furnishings and housewares, including antiques; china; glassware and earthenware; lamps (including electric); curtains and draperies; linens and towels; and carpets, linoleum, and all other types of hard and soft surface floor coverings. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of other electrical household goods are classified in Industry 5064, and those distributing precious metal flatware are classified in Industry 5094.

Aluminum ware-wholesale Bedspreads-wholesale Blankets-wholesale Carpets-wholesale China-wholesale Crockery-wholesale Curtains-wholesale Draperies-wholesale Floor coverings-wholesale Glassware, household-wholesale Home furnishings-wholesale Kitchen tools and utensils, except precious metal flatware-wholesale Lamps: floor, boudoir, desk-wholesale Linens-wholesale Linoleum-wholesale Pillow cases-wholesale Rugs-wholesale Sheets, textile-wholesale Slipcovers, furniture-wholesale Table linens-wholesale

5031 Lumber, Plywood, Millwork, And Wood Panels
Establishments, with or without yards, primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of rough, dressed, and finished lumber (but not timber); plywood; reconstituted wood fiber products; doors and windows and their frames (all materials); wood fencing; and other wood or metal millwork.

Composite board products, wood-based-wholesale Door frames, all materials-wholesale Enameled tileboard (hardboard)-wholesale Fencing, wood-wholesale Hardboard-wholesale Kitchen cabinets to be built in-wholesale Lumber rough, dressed, and finished-wholesale Medium density fiberboard-wholesale Metal doors, sash and trim-wholesale Millwork-wholesale Molding all materials-wholesale Paneling wood-wholesale Particleboard-wholesale Plywood-wholesale Shingles wood-wholesale Structural assemblies prefabricated wood-wholesale Veneer-wholesale Wallboard-wholesale Window frames all materials-wholesale Windows and doors-wholesale Wood siding-wholesale

5032 Brick, Stone, And Related Construction Materials
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of stone, cement, lime, construction sand, and gravel; brick (except refractory); asphalt and concrete mixtures; and concrete, stone, and structural clay products (other than refractories). Distributors of industrial sand and of refractory materials are classified in Industry 5085. Establishments primarily engaged in producing ready-mixed concrete are classified in Manufacturing, Industry 3273.

Aggregate-wholesale Asphalt mixtures-wholesale Blocks building-wholesale Brick, except refractory-wholesale Building stone-wholesale Cement-wholesale Ceramic construction materials except refractory-wholesale Ceramic wall and floor tile-wholesale Cinders-wholesale Clay construction materials except refractory-wholesale Concrete building products-wholesale Concrete mixtures-wholesale Granite building stone-wholesale Gravel-wholesale Lime except agricultural-wholesale Limestone-wholesale Marble building stone-wholesale Masons materials-wholesale Paving mixtures-wholesale Plaster-wholesale Sand, construction-wholesale Sewer pipe clay-wholesale Stone, building-wholesale Stone crushed or broken-wholesale Stucco-wholesale Terra cotta-wholesale Tile clay or other ceramic except refractory-wholesale Tile structural clay-wholesale

5033 Roofing, Siding, And Insulation Materials
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of roofing and siding (except wood) and insulation materials.

Asphalt felts and coatings-wholesale Felts, tarred-wholesale Fiberglass insulation materials-wholesale Insulation, thermal-wholesale Mineral wool insulation materials-wholesale Roofing, asphalt and sheet metal-wholesale Shingles except wood-wholesale Siding except wood-wholesale

5039 Construction Materials, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of mobile homes and of construction materials, not elsewhere classified, including prefabricated buildings and glass. Establishments selling construction materials to the general public and known as retail in the trade are classified in Retail Trade, Industry 5211. Establishments primarily engaged in marketing heavy structural metal products are classified in Industry 5051.

Architectural metalwork-wholesale Awnings-wholesale Fencing and accessories wire-wholesale Glass flat: except automotive-wholesale Grain storage bins-wholesale Metal buildings-wholesale Mobile homes-wholesale Plate glass-wholesale Prefabricated buildings-wholesale Septic tanks-wholesale Structural assemblies prefabricated: non-wood-wholesale Window glass-wholesale

5043 Photographic Equipment And Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of photographic equipment and supplies. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of photocopy, microfilm, and similar equipment are classified in Industry 5044.

Cameras equipment, and supplies-wholesale Darkroom apparatus-wholesale Developing apparatus photographic-wholesale Film photographic-wholesale Identity recorders for photographing checks and fingerprints-wholesale Motion picture cameras equipment and supplies-wholesale Photographic cameras, projectors, equipment and supplies-wholesale Printing apparatus photographic-wholesale Projection apparatus, motion picture and slide: photographic-wholesale

5044 Office Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of office machines and related equipment, including photocopy and microfilm equipment and safes and vaults. These establishments frequently also sell office supplies. However, establishments primarily engaged in wholesaling most office supplies are classified in Industry Group 511. Establishments primarily engaged in wholesaling office furniture are classified in Industry 5021, and those wholesaling computers and peripheral equipment are classified in Industry 5045.

Accounting machines-wholesale Adding machines-wholesale Addressing machines-wholesale Bank automatic teller machines-wholesale Blueprinting equipment-wholesale Brownprinting equipment-wholesale Calculating machines-wholesale Cash registers-wholesale Duplicating machines-wholesale Mailing machines-wholesale Microfilming equipment-wholesale Mimeograph equipment-wholesale Photocopy machines-wholesale Typewriters-wholesale Vaults and safes-wholesale Whiteprinting equipment-wholesale

5045 Computers And Computer Peripheral Equipment And Software
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of computers, computer peripheral equipment, and computer software. These establishments frequently also may sell related supplies, but establishments primarily engaged in wholesaling supplies are classified according to the individual product (for example, computer paper in Industry 5112). Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of modems and other electronic communications equipment are classified in Industry 5065. Establishment primarily engaged in selling computers and computer peripheral equipment and software for other than business or professional use are classified in Retail Trade, Industry 5734.

Computer terminals-wholesale Computers-wholesale Disk drives-wholesale Keying equipment-wholesale Peripheral equipment computer-wholesale Printers computer-wholesale Software computer-wholesale

5046 Commercial Equipment, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of commercial and related machines and equipment, not elsewhere classified, such as commercial cooking and food service equipment; partitions, shelving, lockers, and store fixtures; electrical signs; and balances and scales, except laboratory.

Balances, except laboratory-wholesale Coffee urns, commercial-wholesale Cooking equipment, commercial-wholesale Fixtures, store, not refrigerated-wholesale Food warming equipment, commercial-wholesale Lockers, not refrigerated-wholesale Mannequins-wholesale Merchandising machines, automatic-wholesale Neon signs-wholesale Ovens, microwave: commercial-wholesale Partitions-wholesale Phonographs, coin-operated-wholesale Scales, except laboratory-wholesale Shelving-wholesale Signs, electrical-wholesale Soda fountain fixtures, except refrigerated-wholesale Vending machines-wholesale

5047 Medical, Dental, And Hospital Equipment And Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of surgical and other medical instruments, apparatus, and equipment; dentist equipment; artificial limbs; operating room and hospital equipment; X-ray machines; and other electromedical equipment and apparatus used by physicians and in hospitals. Also included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of professional supplies used by medical and dental practitioners.

Baths, whirlpool-wholesale Beds, hospital-wholesale Dental equipment-wholesale Dental laboratory equipment-wholesale Dentists' professional supplies-wholesale Diagnostic equipment, medical-wholesale Electromedical equipment-wholesale Hearing aids-wholesale Hospital equipment-wholesale Hospital furniture-wholesale Industrial safety devices: first-aid kits, Face and eye masks-wholesale Laboratory equipment, dental and medical-wholesale Medical equipment-wholesale Medical glass-wholesale Orthopedic equipment-wholesale Patient monitoring equipment-wholesale Physicians' equipment-wholesale Physicians' supplies-wholesale Surgical and medical instruments-wholesale Surgical equipment-wholesale Therapy equipment-wholesale

5048 Ophthalmic Goods
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of professional equipment and goods used, prescribed, or sold by ophthalmologists, optometrists, and opticians, including ophthalmic frames, lenses, and sunglass lenses.

Frames, ophthalmic-wholesale Lenses, ophthalmic-wholesale Ophthalmic goods-wholesale Optometric equipment and supplies-wholesale

5049 Professional Equipment And Supplies, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of professional equipment and supplies, not elsewhere classified, such as drafting instruments, laboratory equipment, and scientific instruments.

Analytical instruments: photometers, spectrographs, and Architects' equipment and supplies-wholesale Drafting instruments and tables-wholesale Engineers' equipment and supplies-wholesale Laboratory equipment, except medical or dental-wholesale Scientific instruments-wholesale

5051 Metals Service Centers And Offices
Establishments primarily engaged in marketing semifinished metal products, except precious metals. Establishments in this industry may operate with warehouses (metals service centers) or without warehouses (metals sales offices). Establishments primarily engaged in marketing precious metals are classified in Industry 5094.

Aluminum bars, rods, ingots, sheets, pipes, plates, etc.-wholesale Anode metal-wholesale Bale ties, wire-wholesale Bars, metal-wholesale Bearing piles, iron and steel-wholesale Black plate, iron and steel-wholesale Castings, rough iron and steel-wholesale Concrete reinforcing bars-wholesale Copper sheets, plates, bars, rods, pipes, etc.-wholesale Ferroalloys-wholesale Forgings, ferrous-wholesale Forms, concrete construction steel-wholesale Foundry products-wholesale Ingots-wholesale Iron and steel flat products-wholesale Iron and steel semifinished products-wholesale Lead-wholesale Mercury-wholesale Metals, except precious-wholesale Nails-wholesale Nonferrous metal, except precious e.g. sheets, bars, rods-wholesale Pig iron-wholesale Piling, iron and steel-wholesale Pipe and tubing, steel-wholesale Pipe, cast iron-wholesale Plates, metal-wholesale Rails and accessories-wholesale Reinforcement mesh, wire-wholesale Rods, metal-wholesale Sheets, galvanized or other coated-wholesale Sheets, metal-wholesale Steel-wholesale Strip, metal-wholesale Structural shapes, iron and steel-wholesale Terneplate-wholesale Tin and tin base metals, shapes, forms, etc.-wholesale Tin plate bars-wholesale Tin plate-wholesale Track spikes-wholesale Tubing, metal-wholesale Wire rods-wholesale Wire rope or cable, not insulated-wholesale Wire screening-wholesale Wire, not insulated-wholesale Zinc-wholesale

5052 Coal And Other Minerals And Ores
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of coal and coke; copper, iron, lead, and other metallic ores, including precious metal ores; and crude nonmetallic minerals (including concentrates), except crude petroleum. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of nonmetallic minerals used in construction, such as sand and gravel, are included in Industry 5032.

Coal-wholesale Coke-wholesale Copper ore-wholesale Gold ore-wholesale Iron ore-wholesale Lead ore-wholesale Metallic concentrates-wholesale Metallic ores-wholesale Nonmetallic minerals and concentrates crude: except Silver ore-wholesale Zinc ore-wholesale

5063 Electrical Apparatus And Equipment, Wiring Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of electrical power equipment for the generation, transmission, distribution, or control of electric energy; electrical construction materials for outside power transmission lines and for electrical systems; and electric light fixtures and bulbs. Construction contractors primarily engaged in installing electrical systems and equipment from their own stock are classified in Construction, Industry 1731.

Alarm signal systems-wholesale Batteries, except automotive-wholesale Boxes and fittings, electrical-wholesale Bus bars and trolley ducts-wholesale Cable conduit-wholesale Capacitors, except electronic-wholesale Circuit breakers-wholesale Coaxial cable-wholesale Conduits and raceways-wholesale Construction materials, electrical: interior and exterior-wholesale Distribution equipment, electrical-wholesale Flashlights-wholesale Fuses and accessories-wholesale Generators, electrical-wholesale Hanging and fastening devices, electrical-wholesale Industrial motor controls-wholesale Insulators, electrical-wholesale Lamp bulbs-wholesale Light bulbs, electric-wholesale Lighting fixtures: residential, commercial, and industrial-wholesale Lugs and connectors, electrical-wholesale Motor controls, electric-wholesale Motors, electric-wholesale Panelboards-wholesale Pole line hardware-wholesale Power transmission equipment, electric-wholesale Receptacles, electrical-wholesale Relays-wholesale Safety switches-wholesale Service entrance equipment, electrical-wholesale Signaling equipment, electrical-wholesale Storage batteries, industrial-wholesale Switchboards, electrical distribution-wholesale Switches, except electronic-wholesale Switchgear-wholesale Time switches-wholesale Transformers, electric: except electronic-wholesale Transmission equipment, electrical-wholesale Unit substations-wholesale Wire rope or cable, insulated-wholesale Wire, insulated-wholesale Wiring devices-wholesale Wiring materials, interior-wholesale Wiring supplies-wholesale

5064 Electrical Appliances, Television And Radio Sets
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of radio and television receiving sets, other household electronic sound or video equipment, self-contained air-conditioning room units, and household electrical appliances. Also included are establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of household nonelectric laundry equipment and refrigerators and freezers.

Air-conditioning room units, self-contained-wholesale Answering machines, telephone-wholesale Clothes dryers, household: electric and gas-wholesale Dishwashers, household: electric-wholesale Electric appliances, household-wholesale Electric housewares and household fans-wholesale Electric irons-wholesale Electric ranges-wholesale Electric razors-wholesale Electric washing machines-wholesale Freezers, household-wholesale Garbage disposals, electric-wholesale Humidifiers and dehumidifiers, portable-wholesale Ironers, household: electric-wholesale Microwave ovens, household-wholesale Motor vehicle radios-wholesale Percolators, electric-wholesale Phonographs, except coin-operated-wholesale Radios, receiving only, household and automotive-wholesale Refrigerators, household: electric and gas-wholesale Sewing machines, household: electric-wholesale Stereo equipment-wholesale Stoves, cooking or heating, household electric-wholesale Tape players and recorders, household-wholesale Television sets-wholesale Toothbrushes, electric-wholesale Vacuum cleaners, household-wholesale Video disc players-wholesale Waffle irons, electric-wholesale Washing machines, household electric-wholesale Water heaters, electric-wholesale

5065 Electronic Parts And Equipment, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of electronic parts and electronic communications equipment, not elsewhere classified, such as telephone and telegraphic equipment; radio and television broadcasting and communications equipment; and intercommunications equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of radio and television receiving sets, phonographs, and other household sound or video equipment are classified in Industry 5064.

Amateur radio communications equipment-wholesale Capacitors, electronic-wholesale Cassettes, recording-wholesale Cathode ray picture tubes-wholesale Citizens' band radios-wholesale Coils, electronic-wholesale Communications equipment, except household-wholesale Condensers, electronic-wholesale Connectors, electronic-wholesale Diodes-wholesale Diskettes-wholesale Electronic parts-wholesale Electronic tubes: receiving, transmitting, and industrial-wholesale Intercommunications equipment, electronic-wholesale Magnetic recording tape-wholesale Modems-wholesale Public address equipment-wholesale Radio parts and accessories-wholesale Rectifiers, electronic-wholesale Resistors, electronic-wholesale Semiconductor devices-wholesale Tapes, audio and video recording-wholesale Telegraph equipment-wholesale Telephone equipment-wholesale Television receiving and transmitting tubes-wholesale Transformers, electronic-wholesale Transistors-wholesale Transmitters-wholesale

5072 Hardware
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of cutlery and general hardware, including handsaws; saw blades; brads, staples, and tacks; and bolts, nuts, rivets, and screws. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of nails, non-insulated wire, and screening are classified in Industry 5051.

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and screws-wholesale Brads-wholesale Builders' hardware-wholesale Cutlery-wholesale Fasteners, hardware-wholesale Handsaws-wholesale Handtools, except automotive and machinists' precision-wholesale Hardware, heavy-wholesale Hardware, shelf or light-wholesale Locks and related materials-wholesale Power handtools-wholesale Saw blades-wholesale Staples-wholesale Tacks-wholesale Washers, hardware-wholesale

5074 Plumbing And Heating Equipment And Supplies (hydronics)
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of hydronic plumbing and heating equipment and supplies. Construction contractors primarily engaged in installing plumbing and heating equipment from their own stock are classified in Construction, Industry 1711.

Boilers, power: industrial-wholesale Boilers, steam and hot water heating-wholesale Burners, fuel oil and distillate oil-wholesale Convectors-wholesale Fireplaces, prefabricated-wholesale Furnaces, except electric and warm air-wholesale Hydronic heating equipment and supplies-wholesale Metal sanitary ware-wholesale Oil burners-wholesale Pipe and boiler covering-wholesale Plumbers' brass goods, fittings, and valves-wholesale Plumbing and heating valves-wholesale Plumbing fixtures, equipment, and supplies-wholesale Radiators and parts, heating: nonelectric-wholesale Ranges, except electric-wholesale Sanitary ware, china or enameled iron-wholesale Sauna heaters, except electric-wholesale Solar heating panels and equipment-wholesale Steam fittings-wholesale Stoves, cooking: except electric-wholesale Stoves, wood burning-wholesale Valves, plumbing and heating-wholesale Water conditioning equipment-wholesale Water heaters, except electric-wholesale Water softeners-wholesale

5075 Warm Air Heating And Air-conditioning Equipment And Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of warm air heating and air-conditioning equipment and supplies. Construction contractors primarily engaged in installing warm air heating and air-conditioning equipment are classified in Construction, Industry 1711.

Air pollution control equipment and supplies-wholesale Air-conditioning equipment, except room units-wholesale Automotive air-conditioners-wholesale Compressors, air-conditioning-wholesale Condensing units, air-conditioning-wholesale Dust collection equipment-wholesale Furnaces, heating: electric-wholesale Furnaces, warm air-wholesale Humidifiers and dehumidifiers, except portable-wholesale Ventilating equipment and supplies-wholesale Warm air heating and cooling equipment-wholesale

5078 Refrigeration Equipment And Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of refrigeration equipment and supplies. Construction contractors primarily engaged in the installation of refrigeration equipment from their own stock are classified in Construction, Industry 1711.

Beverage coolers-wholesale Cold storage machinery-wholesale Condensing units, refrigeration-wholesale Display cases, refrigerated-wholesale Drinking water coolers, mechanical-wholesale Fixtures, refrigerated-wholesale Ice cream cabinets-wholesale Ice making machines-wholesale Refrigerators, commercial: reach-in and walk-in-wholesale Show cases, refrigerated-wholesale Soda fountain fixtures, refrigerated-wholesale

5082 Construction And Mining (except Petroleum) Machinery
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of construction or mining cranes, excavating machinery and equipment, power shovels, road construction and maintenance machinery, tractor-mounting equipment and other specialized machinery and equipment used in the construction, mining, and logging industries. Establishments engaged in marketing oil well machinery and equipment are classified in Industry 5084.

Bituminous processing equipment-wholesale Concrete processing equipment-wholesale Construction machinery and equipment-wholesale Cranes, construction-wholesale Crushing, pulverizing and screening machinery for construction and Dredges and draglines, except ships-wholesale Excavating machinery and equipment-wholesale Forestry equipment-wholesale Front-end loaders-wholesale Graders, motor-wholesale Logging equipment-wholesale Mineral beneficiation machinery-wholesale Mining machinery and equipment, except petroleum-wholesale Mixers, construction and mining-wholesale Pavers-wholesale Quarrying machinery and equipment-wholesale Road construction and maintenance machinery-wholesale Scaffolding-wholesale Shovels, power-wholesale Tracklaying equipment-wholesale Tractor-mounting equipment-wholesale Tractors, construction-wholesale Well points (drilling equipment)-wholesale

5083 Farm And Garden Machinery And Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of agricultural machinery and equipment for use in the preparation and maintenance of the soil, the planting and harvesting of crops, and other operations and processes pertaining to work on the farm or the lawn or garden; and daily and other livestock equipment.

Agricultural machinery-wholesale Cream separators, farm-wholesale Cultivating machinery and equipment-wholesale Dairy farm machinery and equipment-wholesale Farm machinery and equipment-wholesale Garden machinery and equipment-wholesale Harvesting machinery and equipment-wholesale Haying machinery-wholesale Irrigation equipment-wholesale Land preparation machinery, agricultural-wholesale Lawn machinery and equipment-wholesale Milking machinery and equipment-wholesale Mowers, power-wholesale Planting machinery and equipment-wholesale Poultry equipment-wholesale Tractors, agricultural-wholesale Wind machines (frost protection equipment)-wholesale

5084 Industrial Machinery And Equipment
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of industrial machinery and equipment, not elsewhere classified.

Blanks, tips and inserts-wholesale Broaches-wholesale Cement making machinery-wholesale Chainsaws-wholesale Citrus processing machinery-wholesale Compressors, except air-conditioning and refrigeration-wholesale Controlling instruments and accessories, industrial-wholesale Conveyor systems-wholesale Counterbores-wholesale Countersinks-wholesale Cranes, industrial-wholesale Cream separators, except farm-wholesale Crushing machinery and equipment, industrial-wholesale Dairy products manufacturing machinery-wholesale Derricks-wholesale Dies, metalworking-wholesale Diesel engines and engine parts, industrial-wholesale Drilling bits-wholesale Elevators-wholesale Fans, industrial-wholesale Food product manufacturing machinery-wholesale Heat exchange equipment, industrial-wholesale Hobs-wholesale Hoists-wholesale Indicating instruments and accessories-wholesale Jigs-wholesale Ladders-wholesale Lift trucks-wholesale Machine tool accessories-wholesale Machine tools-wholesale Machinists' precision-measuring tools-wholesale Materials handling equipment-wholesale Measuring and testing equipment, electrical, except Metal refining machinery and equipment-wholesale Metalworking machinery-wholesale Metalworking tools: drills, taps, dies, grinding wheels, and Milk products manufacturing machinery and equipment-wholesale Oil refining machinery, equipment, and supplies-wholesale Oil well machinery, equipment, and supplies-wholesale Oil well supply houses-wholesale Packing machinery and equipment-wholesale Paint spray equipment, industrial-wholesale Paper manufacturing machinery-wholesale Power plant machinery, except electrical-wholesale Printing trades machinery, equipment, and supplies-wholesale Pulp (wood) manufacturing machinery-wholesale Pulverizing machinery and equipment, industrial-wholesale Pumps and pumping equipment, industrial-wholesale Reamers-wholesale Recapping machinery for tires-wholesale Recording instruments and accessories-wholesale Screening machinery and equipment, industrial-wholesale Sewing machines, industrial-wholesale Shoe manufacturing and repairing machinery-wholesale Smelting machinery and equipment-wholesale Stackers, industrial-wholesale Tapping attachments-wholesale Textile machinery and equipment-wholesale Threading tools-wholesale Tool holders (e.g., chucks, turrets)-wholesale Tractors, industrial-wholesale Trailers industrial-wholesale Trucks, industrial-wholesale Twist drills-wholesale Water pumps, industrial-wholesale Welding machinery and equipment-wholesale Winches-wholesale Woodworking machinery-wholesale

8085 Industrial Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of industrial supplies, not elsewhere classified.

Abrasives-wholesale Barrels, new and reconditioned-wholesale Bearings-wholesale Bort-wholesale Bottlers' supplies: caps, bottles, etc.-wholesale Bottles, glass or plastics-wholesale Box shooks-wholesale Boxes, crates, etc., other than paper-wholesale Cans for fruits and vegetables-wholesale Chain, power transmission-wholesale Cooperage stock-wholesale Cordage-wholesale Cork-wholesale Crates, except paper-wholesale Crowns and closures, metal-wholesale Diamonds, industrial: natural and crude-wholesale Drums, new and reconditioned-wholesale Gaskets-wholesale Gears-wholesale Glass bottles-wholesale Grommets-wholesale Hose, belting, and packing industrial-wholesale Hydraulic and pneumatic pistons and valves-wholesale Industrial fittings-wholesale Industrial sewing thread-wholesale Industrial wheels-wholesale Ink, printers'-wholesale Lapidary equipment-wholesale Leather belting, packing-wholesale Mill supplies-wholesale Pails, metal-wholesale Pistons and valves, industrial-wholesale Power transmission supplies, mechanical-wholesale Refractory material-wholesale Rope, except wire rope-wholesale Rubber goods, mechanical-wholesale Seals, gaskets, and packing-wholesale Sprockets-wholesale Textile printers' supplies-wholesale Twine-wholesale Valves and fittings, except plumbers'-wholesale

5087 Service Establishment Equipment And Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of equipment and supplies for barber shops, beauty parlors, power laundries, drycleaning plants, upholsterers, undertakers, and related personal service establishments.

Barber shop equipment and supplies-wholesale Beauty parlor equipment and supplies-wholesale Boot and shoe cut stock and findings-wholesale Carnival and amusement park equipment-wholesale Carwash equipment and supplies-wholesale Caskets, burial-wholesale Chairs, hydraulic: beauty and barber shop-wholesale Concrete burial vaults and boxes-wholesale Drycleaning plant equipment and supplies-wholesale Dryers, beauty shop-wholesale Findings, shoe repair-wholesale Firefighting equipment-wholesale Janitors' supplies-wholesale Laundry equipment and supplies-wholesale Morticians' goods-wholesale Shoe heels-wholesale Shoe patterns-wholesale Shoe repair materials-wholesale Soles, shoe-wholesale Sprinkler systems, except agricultural-wholesale Tailors' supplies-wholesale Undertakers' equipment and supplies-wholesale Upholsterers' equipment and supplies, except fabrics-wholesale Upholstery filling and padding-wholesale Vacuum cleaning systems-wholesale Voting machines-wholesale

5088 Transportation Equipment And Supplies, Except Motor Vehicles
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of transportation equipment and supplies. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of motor vehicles and motor vehicle parts are classified in Industry Group 501, and those distributing pleasure boats are classified in Industry 5091.

Aeronautical equipment and supplies-wholesale Aircraft and parts-wholesale Aircraft engines and engine parts-wholesale Aircraft equipment and supplies-wholesale Boats, except pleasure-wholesale Combat vehicles, except trucks-wholesale Golf carts, self-propelled-wholesale Guided missiles and space vehicles-wholesale Marine propulsion machinery and equipment-wholesale Marine supplies (dunnage)-wholesale Railroad equipment and supplies-wholesale Ships-wholesale Space propulsion units and parts-wholesale Tanks and tank components-wholesale Transportation equipment and supplies except motor

5091 Sporting And Recreational Goods And Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of sporting goods and accessories, billiard and pool supplies; sporting firearms and ammunition; and marine pleasure craft, equipment, and supplies. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of motor vehicles and trailers are classified in Industry 5012; those distributing self-propelled golf carts are classified in Industry 5088; and those distributing athletic apparel and footwear are classified in Industry Group 513.

Ammunition, sporting-wholesale Archery equipment-wholesale Athletic goods, except apparel and footwear-wholesale Bait, artificial-wholesale Bicycle tires and tubes-wholesale Bicycles-wholesale Billiards equipment and supplies-wholesale Boats, pleasure: canoes, motorboats, and sailboats-wholesale Bowling equipment-wholesale Camping equipment-wholesale Camping tents and equipment-wholesale Firearms, sporting-wholesale Gocarts-wholesale Golf carts, except self-propelled-wholesale Golf equipment-wholesale Hot tubs-wholesale Outboard motors-wholesale Pool equipment and supplies-wholesale Skiing equipment-wholesale Swimming pools and equipment-wholesale Underwater sports equipment-wholesale

5092 Toys And Hobby Goods And Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of games, toys, hobby goods and supplies, and related goods, such as fireworks and playing cards.

Craft kits-wholesale Dolls-wholesale Fireworks-wholesale Games (including electronic), except coin-operated-wholesale Hobby kits-wholesale Model kits-wholesale Playing cards-wholesale Stamps, philatelist-wholesale Toys (including electronic)-wholesale Vehicles, children's-wholesale

5093 Scrap And Waste Materials
Establishments primarily engaged in assembling, breaking up, sorting, and wholesale distribution of scrap and waste materials. This industry includes auto wreckers engaged in dismantling automobiles for scrap. However, those engaged in dismantling cars for the purpose of selling secondhand parts are classified in Industry 5015.

Automotive wrecking for scrap-wholesale Bag Bottles, waste-wholesale Boxes, waste-wholesale Fur cuttings and scraps-wholesale Iron and steel scrap-wholesale Junk and scrap, general line-wholesale Metal waste and scrap-wholesale Nonferrous metals scrap-wholesale Oil, waste-wholesale Plastics scrap-wholesale Rags-wholesale Rubber scrap-wholesale Scavengering-wholesale Scrap and waste materials-wholesale Textile waste-wholesale Wastepaper, including paper recycling-wholesale Wiping rags, including washing and reconditioning-wholesale

5094 Jewelry, Watches, Precious Stones, And Precious Metals
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of jewelry, precious stones and metals, costume jewelry, watches, clocks, silverware, and jewelers' findings. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of precious metal ores are classified in Industry 5052.

Bullion, precious' metals-wholesale Clocks-wholesale Coins-wholesale Diamonds (gems)-wholesale Gem stones-wholesale Jewelers, findings-wholesale Jewelry-wholesale Medallions-wholesale Metals, precious-wholesale Pearls-wholesale Precious metal mill shapes-wholesale Precious metals-wholesale Precious stones (gems)-wholesale Silverware and plated ware-wholesale Trophies-wholesale Watchcases-wholesale Watches and parts-wholesale

5099 Durable Goods, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of durable goods, not elsewhere classified, such as musical instruments and forest products, except lumber.

Ammunition, except sporting-wholesale Cassettes, prerecorded: audio-wholesale Cordwood-wholesale Fire extinguishers-wholesale Firearms, except sporting-wholesale Firewood-wholesale Game machines, coin-operated-wholesale Gas lighting fixtures-wholesale Logs, hewn ties, posts, and poles-wholesale Luggage-wholesale Machine guns-wholesale Monuments and grave markers-wholesale Musical instruments-wholesale Phonograph records-wholesale Portraits-wholesale Pulpwood-wholesale Roundwood-wholesale Signs, except electric-wholesale Tapes, audio prerecorded-wholesale Timber products, rough-wholesale Wood chips-wholesale

5111 Printing And Writing Paper
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of printing and writing paper, including envelope paper; fine paper; and groundwood paper.

Paper, fine or printing and writing-wholesale Printing paper-wholesale

5112 Stationery And Office Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of stationery and office supplies, including computer and photocopy supplies, envelopes, typewriter paper, file cards and folders, pens, pencils, social stationery, and greeting cards.

Albums (photo) and scrapbooks-wholesale Blankbooks-wholesale Business forms-wholesale Carbon paper-wholesale Commercial stationers (not printers)-wholesale Computer paper-wholesale Envelopes-wholesale File cards-wholesale File folders-wholesale Greeting cards-wholesale Inked ribbons-wholesale Looseleaf binders-wholesale Manifold business forms-wholesale Marking devices-wholesale Mimeograph paper-wholesale Office supplies-wholesale Pencils-wholesale Pens, writing-wholesale Photocopying supplies-wholesale Ribbons, inked-wholesale Sales and receipt books-wholesale Scrapbooks-wholesale Stationery and stationery supplies-wholesale Tabulation cards-wholesale Writing ink-wholesale

5113 Industrial And Personal Service Paper
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of wrapping and other coarse paper, paperboard, and converted paper and related disposable plastics products, such as bags, boxes, dishes, eating utensils, napkins, and shipping supplies.

Bags, paper and disposable plastics-wholesale Boxes, paperboard and disposable plastics-wholesale Cardboard and products-wholesale Closures, paper and disposable plastics-wholesale Containers, paper and disposable plastics-wholesale Corrugated and solid fiber boxes-wholesale Cups, paper and disposable plastics-wholesale Dishes, paper and disposable plastics-wholesale Eating utensils forks, knives, spoons-disposable plastics-wholesale Fiber cans and drums-wholesale Folding paperboard boxes-wholesale Napkins, paper-wholesale Paper and products, wrapping or coarse-wholesale Paper, except printing or writing and office supplies-wholesale Paperboard and products, except office supplies-wholesale Patterns, paper-wholesale Pressed and molded pulp goods-wholesale Pressure sensitive tape-wholesale Sanitary food containers paper, paperboard, and disposable Setup paperboard boxes-wholesale Shipping supplies, paper and disposable plastics (e g, cartons, Towels, paper-wholesale

5122 Drugs, Drug Proprietaries, And Druggists' Sundries
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of prescription drugs, proprietary drugs, druggists' sundries, and toiletries. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of surgical, dental, and hospital equipment are classified in Industry 5047.

Antiseptics-wholesale Bandages-wholesale Biologicals and allied products-wholesale Blood plasma-wholesale Cosmetics-wholesale Drug proprietaries-wholesale Druggists' sundries-wholesale Drugs-wholesale Hair preparations-wholesale Medical rubber goods-wholesale Medicinals and botanicals-wholesale Medicine cabinet sundries-wholesale Patent medicines-wholesale Perfumes-wholesale Pharmaceuticals-wholesale Proprietary (patent) medicines-wholesale Razor blades-wholesale Razors, nonelectric-wholesale Toilet articles-wholesale Toilet preparations-wholesale Toilet soap-wholesale Toothbrushes, except electric-wholesale Vitamins-wholesale

5131 Piece Goods, Notions, And Other Dry Good
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of piece goods or yard goods of natural or manmade fibers, notions (sewing and hair accessories, etc.), and other dry goods. Converters who buy fabric goods (except knit goods) in the grey, have them finished on contract, and sell at wholesale are included here. Converters of knit goods are classified in Manufacturing, Industry Group 225. This industry does not include establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of home furnishings which are classified in Industry 5023.

Belt and buckle assembly kits-wholesale Binding, textile-wholesale Broadwoven fabrics-wholesale Buttons-wholesale Cheesecloth-wholesale Circular knit fabrics-wholesale Coated fabrics-wholesale Cotton piece goods-wholesale Drapery material-wholesale Fiberglass fabrics-wholesale Hair accessories-wholesale Hat and cap material-wholesale Jute piece goods-wholesale Knit fabrics-wholesale Lace fabrics-wholesale Linen piece goods-wholesale Millinery supplies-wholesale Narrow fabrics-wholesale Net goods-wholesale Notions-wholesale Nylon piece goods-wholesale Piece goods-wholesale Rayon piece goods-wholesale Ribbon, textile-wholesale Sewing accessories-wholesale Sewing thread, except industrial-wholesale Shoulder pads-wholesale Silk piece goods-wholesale Tape, textile-wholesale Textile converters except knit goods-wholesale Textiles-wholesale Thread, except industrial-wholesale Trimmings, apparel-wholesale Warp knit fabrics-wholesale Weft knit fabrics-wholesale Woolen and worsted piece goods-wholesale Yard goods-wholesale Zippers-wholesale

5136 Men's And Boy's Clothing And Furnishings
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of men's and boys' apparel and furnishings, sportswear, hosiery, underwear, nightwear, and work clothing.
Apparel belts, men's and boys'-wholesale Beachwear, men's and boys'-wholesale Caps, men's and boys'-wholesale Clothing, men's and boys'-wholesale Coats, men's and boys'-wholesale Furnishings, except shoes: men's and boys'-wholesale Gloves (all materials), men's and boys'-wholesale Handkerchiefs, men's and boys'-wholesale Hats, men's and boys'-wholesale Hosiery, men's and boys'-wholesale Leather and sheep-lined clothing, men's and boys'-wholesale Mittens, men's and boys'-wholesale Mufflers, men's and boys'-wholesale Neckwear, men's and boys'-wholesale Nightwear, men's and boys'-wholesale Outerwear, men's and boys'-wholesale Overcoats, men's and boys'-wholesale Raincoats, men's and boys'-wholesale Robes, men's and boys'-wholesale Scarves, men's and boys'-wholesale Shirts, men's and boys'-wholesale Sportswear, men's and boys'-wholesale Suits, men's and boys'-wholesale Ties, men's and boys'-wholesale Trousers, men's and boys'-wholesale Umbrellas, men's and boys'-wholesale Underwear, men's and boys'-wholesale Uniforms, men's and boys'-wholesale Waterproof outer garments, men's and boys'-wholesale Work clothing, men's and boys'-wholesale

5137 Women's, Children's, And Infants' Clothing And Accessories
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of women's, children's, and infants' clothing and accessories, including hosiery, lingerie, millinery, and furs.

Apparel belts: women's and children's-wholesale Baby goods-wholesale Blouses-wholesale Caps and gowns: women's and children's-wholesale Caps: women's and children's-wholesale Clothing accessories: women's, children's, and infants'-wholesale Clothing. women's, children's, and infants'-wholesale Coats: women's, children's, and infants'-wholesale Coordinate sets: women's, children's, and infants'-wholesale Corsets-wholesale Diapers-wholesale Dresses-wholesale Fur clothing-wholesale Furnishings, clothing except shoes: women's, children's, and Gloves, (all materials): women's, children's, and infants'-wholesale Handbags-wholesale Handkerchiefs: women's and children's-wholesale Hats: women's, children's, and infants'-wholesale Hosiery: women's, children's, and infants'-wholesale Hospital gowns: women's and children's-wholesale Infants' wear-wholesale Karate uniforms: women's and children's-wholesale Ladies' handkerchiefs-wholesale Ladies' purses-wholesale Leather and sheep-lined clothing women's and children's-wholesale Lingerie-wholesale Millinery-wholesale Mittens: women's, children's, and infants'-wholesale Nightwear: women's, children's, and infants'-wholesale Outerwear: women's, children's, and infants'-wholesale Purses: women's and children's-wholesale Raincoats: women's and children's-wholesale Robes and gowns: women's and children's-wholesale Scarves: women's, children's and infant's-wholesale Skirts-wholesale Sportswear: women's and children's-wholesale Suits: women's, children's, and infants'-wholesale Underwear: women's, children's, and infants'-wholesale Uniforms: women's and children's-wholesale Unisex clothing women's and children's-wholesale Waterproof outer garments: women's and children's-wholesale

5139 Footwear
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of footwear (including athletic) of leather, rubber, and other materials.

Athletic footwear-wholesale Footwear-wholesale Shoe accessories-wholesale Shoes-wholesale

5141 Groceries, General Line
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of a general line of groceries. Establishments primarily engaged in roasting coffee, blending tea, or grinding and packaging spices are classified in Manufacturing, Major Group 20.

Food brokers, general line-wholesale Groceries, general line-wholesale

5142 Packaged Frozen Foods
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of packaged quick-frozen vegetables, juices, meats, fish, poultry, pastries, and other "deep freeze" products. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of frozen dairy products are classified in Industry 5143, and those distributing frozen poultry, fish, and meat which are not packaged are classified in Industries 5144, 5146, and 5147, respectively.

Bakery products, frozen-wholesale Bread, frozen: packaged-wholesale Cakes, frozen: packaged-wholesale Dinners, frozen-wholesale Fish, frozen: packaged-wholesale Frozen foods, packaged-wholesale Frozen vegetables-wholesale Fruit juices, frozen-wholesale Fruits, frozen-wholesale Meat pies, frozen-wholesale Meat, frozen: packaged-wholesale Pies, fruit: frozen-wholesale Poultry pies, frozen-wholesale Poultry, frozen: packaged-wholesale Seafoods, frozen: packaged-wholesale Soup, frozen-wholesale

5143 Dairy Products, Except Dried Or Canned
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of dairy products, such as butter, cheese, ice cream and ices, and fluid milk and cream. This industry does not include establishments primarily engaged in pasteurizing and bottling milk, which are classified in Manufacturing, Industry Group 202. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of dried or canned dairy products are classified in Industry 5149.

Butter-wholesale Cheese-wholesale Cream stations-wholesale Dairy depots-wholesale Dairy products, except dried or canned-wholesale Frozen dairy desserts-wholesale Ice cream and ices-wholesale Milk and cream, fluid-wholesale Milk cooling stations, operated by farm assemblers Milk depots-wholesale Yogurt-wholesale

5144 Poultry And Poultry Products
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of poultry and poultry products, except canned and packaged frozen products. This industry does not include establishments primarily engaged in the killing and dressing of poultry, which are classified in Manufacturing, Industry 2015. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of packaged frozen poultry are classified in Industry 5142, and those distributing canned poultry are classified in Industry 5149.

Eggs: cleaning, oil treating, packing, and grading-wholesale Eggs-wholesale Poultry products-wholesale Poultry: live, dressed, or frozen (except packaged)-wholesale

5145 Confectionery
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of confectionery and related products, such as candy, chewing gum, fountain fruits, salted or roasted nuts, popcorn, fountain syrups, and potato, corn, and similar chips.

Candy-wholesale Chewing gum-wholesale Confectionery-wholesale Corn chips-wholesale Fountain fruits and syrups-wholesale Nuts, salted or roasted-wholesale Popcorn-wholesale Potato chips-wholesale Syrups, fountain-wholesale Toppings, soda fountain-wholesale

5146 Fish And Seafoods
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution (but not packaging) of fresh, cured, or frozen fish and seafoods, except canned or packaged frozen. The preparation of fresh or frozen packaged fish and other seafood, and the shucking and packing of fresh oysters in nonsealed containers, are classified in Manufacturing, Industry 2092. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of canned seafood are classified in Industry 5149, and those distributing packaged frozen foods are classified in Industry 5142.

Fish, cured-wholesale Fish fresh-wholesale Fish frozen except packaged-wholesale Seafoods, not canned or frozen packaged-wholesale

5147 Meats And Meat Products
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of fresh, cured, and processed (but not canned) meats and lard. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of frozen packaged meats are classified in Industry 5142, and those distributing canned meats are classified in Industry 5149.

Lard-wholesale Meats, cured or smoked-wholesale Meats, fresh-wholesale

5148 Fresh Fruits And Vegetables
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of fresh fruits and vegetables.

Banana ripening for the trade-wholesale Fruits fresh-wholesale Potatoes fresh-wholesale Vegetables fresh-wholesale

5149 Groceries And Related Products, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of groceries and related products, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of soft drinks, and in bottling and distributing natural spring and mineral waters, are classified in this industry, but establishments primarily engaged in bottling soft drinks are classified in Manufacturing, Major Group 20. This industry does not include establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of farm-product raw materials classified in Industry Group 515, nor those distributing beer, wine, and distilled alcoholic beverages of Industry Group 518.

Bagging of tea Bakery products-wholesale Beverage concentrates-wholesale Bottling mineral or spring water-wholesale Breakfast cereals-wholesale Canned goods: fruits, vegetables, fish, seafoods, meats, and Canned specialties-wholesale Chocolate-wholesale Cleaning of dry foods and spices-wholesale Coffee: green, roasted, instant, freeze-dried, or extract-wholesale Cookies-wholesale Cooking oils-wholesale Crackers-wholesale Dairy products, dried or canned-wholesale Dog and cat food-wholesale Flavoring extract, except for fountain use-wholesale Flour-wholesale Fruit peel-wholesale Fruits, dried-wholesale Health foods-wholesale Honey-wholesale Hop extract-wholesale Macaroni-wholesale Malt extract-wholesale Malt-wholesale Margarine-wholesale Milk, canned or dried-wholesale Molasses, industrial-wholesale Pet food-wholesale Pickles, preserves, jellies, jams, and sauces-wholesale Pretzels-wholesale Rice, polished-wholesale Salad dressing-wholesale Salt, evaporated-wholesale Sandwiches-wholesale Sauces-wholesale Sausage casings-wholesale Shortening, vegetable-wholesale Soft drinks-wholesale Soups, except frozen-wholesale Spaghetti-wholesale Spices-wholesale Starches-wholesale Sugar, refined-wholesale Syrups, except for fountain use-wholesale Tea-wholesale Vegetable cooking oil-wholesale Wet corn milling products-wholesale Yeast-wholesale

5153 Grain And Field Beans
Establishments primarily engaged in buying and/or marketing grain (such as corn, wheat, oats, barley, and unpolished rice); dry beans; soybeans, and other inedible beans. Country grain elevators primarily engaged in buying or receiving grain from farmers are included, as well as terminal elevators and other merchants marketing grain. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of field and garden seeds are classified in Industry 5191.

Barley-wholesale Beans, dry: bulk-wholesale Beans, inedible-wholesale Beans, unshelled-wholesale Corn-wholesale Grain elevators, except storage only-wholesale Grain-wholesale Oats-wholesale Rice, unpolished-wholesale Soybeans-wholesale Wheat-wholesale

5154 Livestock
Establishments primarily engaged in buying and/or marketing cattle, hogs, sheep, and goats. This industry also includes the operation of livestock auction markets.

Auctioning livestock-wholesale Cattle-wholesale Goats-wholesale Hogs-wholesale Livestock, except horses and mules-wholesale Sheep-wholesale

5159 Farm-product Raw Materials, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in buying and/or marketing farm products, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of milk are classified in Industry 5143, and those distributing live poultry are classified in Industry 5144.

Animal hair-wholesale Bristles-wholesale Broomcorn-wholesale Buyers of raw farm products, except grain, field beans, and Chicks-wholesale Cotton merchants, not members of exchanges-wholesale Cotton, raw-wholesale Country buyers of cotton or cotton linters Dealers in raw farm products, except grain, field beans, and Dried beet pulp-wholesale Feathers-wholesale Fibers, vegetable-wholesale Furs, raw-wholesale Hides (may include curing)-wholesale Hops-wholesale Horses-wholesale Merchants of raw farm products, except grain, field beans, and Mohair, raw-wholesale Moss-wholesale Mules-wholesale Nuts, unprocessed or shelled only-wholesale Oil kernels-wholesale Oil nuts-wholesale Oilseeds-wholesale Peanuts, bulk: unprocessed or shelled only-wholesale Pecan-wholesale Pelts-wholesale Semen, bovine-wholesale Silk, raw-wholesale Skins, raw-wholesale Sugar, raw-wholesale Tobacco auctioning and warehousing-wholesale Tobacco, leaf (including exporters)-wholesale Wool tops and noils-wholesale Wool, raw-wholesale

5162 Plastics Materials And Basic Forms And Shapes
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of plastics materials, and of unsupported plastics film, sheets, sheeting, rods, tubes, and other basic forms and shapes.

Plastics basic shapes-wholesale Plastics film-wholesale Plastics materials-wholesale Plastics resins-wholesale Plastics sheet and rods-wholesale Resins, synthetic: except rubber-wholesale

5169 Chemicals And Allied Products, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of chemicals and allied products, not elsewhere classified, such as acids, industrial and heavy chemicals, dyestuffs, industrial salts, rosin, and turpentine. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of ammunition are classified in Industry Group 509; those distributing agricultural chemicals and pesticides are classified in Industry 5191; those distributing drugs are classified in Industry 5122; and those distributing pigments, paints, and varnishes are classified in Industry 5198.

Acids-wholesale Alcohol, industrial-wholesale Alkalies-wholesale Ammonia, except for fertilizer-wholesale Aromatic chemicals-wholesale Carbon black-wholesale Caustic soda-wholesale Chemical bulk stations and terminals-wholesale Chemicals, industrial and heavy-wholesale Chlorine-wholesale Coal tar products, primary and intermediate-wholesale Concrete additives-wholesale Cyclic crudes and intermediates-wholesale Detergents-wholesale Drilling mud-wholesale Dry ice-wholesale Dyestuffs-wholesale Essential oils-wholesale Explosives, all kinds except ammunition and fireworks-wholesale Food additives, chemical-wholesale Fuel additives-wholesale Gases, compressed and liquefied: except liquefied petroleum Gelatin-wholesale Glue-wholesale Gum and wood chemicals-wholesale Industrial gases-wholesale Laundry soap, chips, and powder-wholesale Manmade fibers-wholesale Metal cyanides-wholesale Metal polishes-wholesale Metal salts-wholesale Naval stores-wholesale Oil additives-wholesale Oil drilling muds-wholesale Organic chemicals, synthetic-wholesale Polishes: furniture, automobile, metal, shoe, etc.-wholesale Resins, synthetic rubber-wholesale Rosin-wholesale Rust-proofing chemicals-wholesale Salts, industrial-wholesale Sanitation preparations-wholesale Sealants-wholesale Surface active agents-wholesale Synthetic rubber-wholesale Turpentine-wholesale Waxes, except petroleum-wholesale

5171 Petroleum Bulk Stations And Terminals
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of crude petroleum and petroleum products, including liquefied petroleum gas, from bulk liquid storage facilities.

Petroleum bulk stations and terminals-wholesale

5172 Petroleum And Petroleum Products Wholesalers, Except Bulk Stations
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of petroleum and petroleum products, except those with bulk liquid storage facilities. Included are packaged and bottled petroleum products distributors, truck jobbers, and others marketing petroleum and its products at wholesale, but without bulk liquid storage facilities.

Butane gas, except bulk stations and terminals-wholesale Crude oil, except bulk stations and terminals-wholesale Fuel oil, except bulk stations and terminals-wholesale Fueling services, aircraft-wholesale Gases, liquefied petroleum: except bulk stations and Gasoline, except bulk stations and terminals-wholesale Gasoline: buying in bulk and selling to farmers-wholesale Kerosene-wholesale Lubricating oils and greases-wholesale Naphtha, except bulk stations and terminals-wholesale Petroleum and its products, except bulk stations and Petroleum brokers-wholesale

5181 Beer And Ale
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of beer, ale, porter, and other fermented malt beverages.

Ale-wholesale Beer and other fermented malt liquors-wholesale Porter-wholesale

5182 Wine And Distilled Alcoholic Beverages
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of distilled spirits, including neutral spirits and ethyl alcohol used in blended wines and distilled liquors.

Bottling wines and liquors-wholesale Brandy and brandy spirits-wholesale Cocktails, alcoholic: premixed-wholesale Liquors, distilled-wholesale Neutral spirits-wholesale Spirits-wholesale Wine coolers, alcoholic-wholesale Wines-wholesale

5191 Farm Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of animal feeds, fertilizers, agricultural chemicals, pesticides, seeds, and other farm supplies, except grains. Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of pet food are classified in Industry 5149, and those distributing pet supplies are classified in Industry 5199.

Agricultural chemicals-wholesale Agricultural limestone-wholesale Alfalfa-wholesale Animal feeds, except pet-wholesale Beekeeping supplies-wholesale Farm supplies-wholesale Feed additives, animal-wholesale Feed, except unmixed grain-wholesale Fertilizer and fertilizer materials-wholesale Flower and field bulbs-wholesale Harness equipment-wholesale Harness made to individual order-wholesale Hay-wholesale Insecticides-wholesale Lime, agricultural-wholesale Mineral supplements, animal-wholesale Pesticides-wholesale Phosphate rock, ground-wholesale Seeds: field, garden, and flower-wholesale Straw-wholesale

5192 Books, Periodicals, And Newspapers
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of books, periodicals, and newspapers.

Books-wholesale Magazines-wholesale Newspaper agencies-wholesale Periodicals-wholesale

5193 Flowers, Nursery Stock, And Florists' Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of flowers, nursery stock, and florists' supplies.

Florists-wholesale Flowers and florists' supplies-wholesale Flowers, artificial-wholesale Flowers, fresh-wholesale Nursery stock-wholesale Plants, potted-wholesale

5194 Tobacco And Tobacco Products
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of tobacco and its products. Leaf tobacco wholesalers are classified in Industry 5159, and establishments primarily engaged in stemming and redrying tobacco are classified in Manufacturing, Industry 2141.

Chewing tobacco-wholesale Cigarettes-wholesale Cigars-wholesale Smoking tobacco-wholesale Snuff-wholesale Tobacco products, manufactured-wholesale Tobacco, except leaf-wholesale

5198 Paints, Varnishes, And Supplies
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of paints, varnishes, wallpaper, and supplies. Establishments selling to the general public and known as retail in the trade are classified in Retail Trade, Industry 5231.

Calcimines-wholesale Colors and pigments-wholesale Enamels-wholesale Lacquers-wholesale Paint brushes, rollers, and sprayers-wholesale Paints-wholesale Shellac-wholesale Varnishes-wholesale Wallpaper-wholesale

5199 Nondurable Goods, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of non-durable goods, not elsewhere classified, such as art goods, industrial yarns, textile bags, and bagging and burlap.

Advertising specialties-wholesale Art goods-wholesale Artists' materials-wholesale Bags, textile-wholesale Baskets: reed, rattan, willow, and wood-wholesale Broom, mop, and paint handles-wholesale Burlap-wholesale Candles-wholesale Canvas products-wholesale Cats-wholesale Chamois leather-wholesale Charcoal-wholesale Christmas trees, including artificial-wholesale Clothes hampers-wholesale Cotton yarns-wholesale Curios-wholesale Dogs-wholesale Felt-wholesale Fish, tropical-wholesale Foam rubber-wholesale Furs, dressed-wholesale Gifts and novelties-wholesale Glassware, novelty-wholesale Greases, animal and vegetable-wholesale Hairbrushes-wholesale Ice, manufactured or natural-wholesale Industrial yarn-wholesale Jewelry boxes-wholesale Leather and cut stock-wholesale Leather goods, except footwear, gloves, luggage, and Lighters, cigar and cigarette-wholesale Linseed oil-wholesale Matches-wholesale Novelties, paper-wholesale Oils, except cooking: animal and vegetable-wholesale Oilseed cake and meal-wholesale Pet supplies, except pet food-wholesale Pipes, smokers'-wholesale Plant food-wholesale Plastics foam-wholesale Rayon yarns-wholesale Rennet-wholesale Rubber, crude-wholesale Sawdust-wholesale Sheet music-wholesale Silk yarns-wholesale Smokers' supplies-wholesale Sponges-wholesale Statuary-wholesale Vegetable cake and meal-wholesale Wigs-wholesale Wood carvings-wholesale Woolen and worsted yarns-wholesale Worms-wholesale Yarns-wholesale

5511 Motor Vehicle Dealers (new And Used)
Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of new automobiles or new and used automobiles. These establishments frequently maintain repair departments and carry stocks of replacement parts, tires, batteries, and automotive accessories. These establishments also frequently sell pickups and vans at retail.

Automobile agencies (dealers)-retail Automobiles, new and used-retail Cars, new and used-retail Motor vehicle dealers, new and used cars-retail Pickups and vans, new and used-retail

5521 Motor Vehicle Dealers (used Only)
Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of used cars only, with no sales of new automobiles. These establishments also frequently sell used pickups and vans at retail.

Antique autos-retail Automobiles, used cars only-retail Motor vehicle dealers, used cars only-retail Pickups and vans, used only-retail

5531 Auto And Home Supply Stores
Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of new automobile tires, batteries, and other automobile parts and accessories. Such establishments frequently sell a substantial amount of home appliances, radios, and television sets. Establishments dealing primarily in used parts are classified in Wholesale Trade, Industry 5015. Establishments primarily engaged in both selling and installing such automotive parts as transmissions, mufflers, brake linings, and glass are classified in Services, Industry Group 753.

Automobile accessory dealers-retail Automobile air-conditioning equipment sale and installation-retail Automobile parts dealers-retail Battery dealers, automobile-retail Speed shops-retail Tire dealers, automotive-retail Tire, battery, and accessory dealers-retail

5541 Gasoline Service Stations
Gasoline service stations primarily engaged in selling gasoline and lubricating oils. These establishments frequently sell other merchandise, such as tires, batteries, and other automobile parts, or perform minor repair work. Gasoline stations combined with other activities, such as grocery stores, convenience stores, or carwashes, are classified according to the primary activity.

Automobile service stations-retail Filling stations, gasoline-retail Gasoline and oil-retail Marine service stations-retail Service stations, gasoline-retail Truck stops-retail

5551 Boat Dealers
Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of new and used motor boats and other watercraft, marine supplies, and outboard motors.

Boat dealers-retail Marine supply dealers-retail Motorboat dealers-retail Outboard motor dealers-retail

5561 Recreational Vehicle Dealers
Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of new and used motor homes, recreational trailers, and campers (pickup coaches). Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of mobile homes are classified in Industry 5271, and those selling utility trailers are classified in Industry 5599.

Campers (pickup coaches) for mounting on trucks-retail Motor home dealers-retail Recreational vehicle dealers-retail Recreational vehicle parts and accessories-retail Travel trailers, automobile: new and used-retail

5571 Motorcycle Dealers
Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of new and used motorcycles, including motor scooters and mopeds, and all-terrain vehicles.

All-terrain vehicles-retail Bicycles, motorized-retail Mopeds-retail Motor scooters-retail Motorcycle dealers-retail Motorcycle parts-retail

5599 Automotive Dealers, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of new and used automotive vehicles, utility trailers, and automotive equipment and supplies, not elsewhere classified, such as snowmobiles, dunebuggies, and gocarts. Also included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of aircraft.

Aircraft dealers-retail Dunebuggies-retail Gocarts-retail Snowmobiles-retail Trailers, utility-retail Utility trailers-retail

6411 Insurance Agents, Brokers, And Service
Agents primarily representing one or more insurance carriers, or brokers not representing any particular carriers primarily engaged as independent contractors in the sale or placement of insurance contracts with carriers, but not employees of the insurance carriers they represent. This industry also includes independent organizations concerned with insurance services. Establishments engaged in searching real estate titles are classified in Industry 6541.

Fire Insurance Underwriters' Laboratories Fire loss appraisal Insurance adjusters Insurance advisory services Insurance agents Insurance brokers Insurance claim adjusters, not employed by insurance companies Insurance educational services Insurance information bureaus Insurance inspection and investigation services Insurance loss prevention services Insurance patrol services Insurance professional standards services Insurance reporting services Insurance research services Insurance services Life insurance agents Medical insurance claims, processing of: contract or fee basis Pension and retirement plan consultants Policy holders' consulting service Rate making organizations, insurance

7311 Advertising Agencie
Establishments primarily engaged in preparing advertising (writing copy, artwork, graphics, and other creative work) and placing such advertising in periodicals, newspapers, radio and television, or other advertising media for clients on a contract or fee basis. Establishments which place advertising with media, but which perform no creative services (media buying service), are classified in Industry 7319; those which write advertising copy, but do not place the advertising with media, are classified in Industry 8999; and those which provide services in commercial art and graphics, or other creative advertising services, but do not place the advertising with media, are classified in Industry Group 733.

Advertising agencies Advertising consultants (agencies)

7312 Outdoor Advertising Services
Establishments primarily engaged in the preparation of poster displays and painted and electric spectacular displays on billboards, panels, bulletins, and frames, principally outdoors. Such establishments may construct, repair, and maintain display boards and may post advertisements. Special trade contractors primarily engaged in erecting display boards are classified in Construction, Major Group 17. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electrical, mechanical, or plate signs and advertising displays are classified in Manufacturing, Industry 3993.

Billboard advertising Outdoor advertising service Poster advertising service, outdoor

7313 Radio, Television, And Publishers' Advertising Representatives
Establishments primarily engaged in soliciting advertising on a contract or fee basis for newspapers, magazines, and other publications, or for radio and television stations. Separate offices of newspapers, magazines, and radio and television stations engaged in soliciting advertising are classified as auxiliaries.

Newspaper advertising representatives, not auxiliary to publishing Radio representatives, advertising: not auxiliary to radio broadcasting Television and radio time, sale of: not auxiliary to television or radio

7319 Advertising, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing advertising services, not elsewhere classified, such as aerial advertising, circular and handbill distribution, distribution or delivery of advertising material or samples, and transit advertising. Establishments primarily engaged in direct mail advertising are classified in Industry 7331; those which write advertising copy, but do not place the advertising with media, are classified in Industry 8999; and those which provide services in commercial art, graphics, or other creative advertising services, but do not place the advertising with media, are classified in Industry Group 733.

Aerial advertising Bus card advertising Circular distributing service Coupon distribution Display advertising service, except outdoor Handbill distribution service Media buying service Poster advertising service, except outdoor Samples, distribution of Shopping news advertising and distributing service Sky writing Taxicab card advertising Transit advertising

7322 Adjustment And Collection Services
Establishments primarily engaged in the collection or adjustment of claims, other than insurance. Establishments primarily engaged in providing credit card service with collection by a central agency are classified in Finance, Industry 6153; those providing insurance adjustment services are classified in Insurance, Industry 6411; and those providing debt counseling or adjustment services to individuals are classified in Industry 7299.

Adjustment bureaus, except insurance adjustment agencies Collection agencies accounts

7323 Credit Reporting Services
Establishments primarily engaged in providing mercantile and consumer credit reporting services.

Consumer credit reporting bureaus Credit bureaus and agencies Credit clearinghouses Credit investigation services Mercantile credit reporting bureaus

7331 Direct Mail Advertising Services
Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing services for direct mail advertising, such as creating, producing, and mailing of direct mail advertising. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in compiling and selling mailing lists. Establishments primarily engaged in reproducing direct mail copy on order, but performing none of the other direct mail advertising services, are classified in Manufacturing, Industry Group 275 if they print the copy, and in Industry 7334 if they duplicate the copy by photocopying or similar reproduction methods.

Address list compilers Addressing service Direct mail advertising service Mail advertising service Mailing list compilers Mailing service

7334 Photocopying And Duplicating Services
Establishments primarily engaged in reproducing text, drawings, plans, maps, or other copy, by blueprinting, photocopying, mimeographing, or other methods of duplication other than printing or microfilming. Establishments primarily engaged in printing are classified in Manufacturing, Industry Group 275, and those engaged in providing microfilming services are classified in Industry 7389.

Blueprinting service Duplicating services except printing Mimeographing service Multigraphing service Multilithing service Photocopying service

7335 Commercial Photography
Establishments primarily engaged in providing commercial photography services for advertising agencies, publishers, and other business and industrial users. Establishments primarily engaged in still and video portrait photography are classified in Industry 7221, and those primarily engaged in mapmaking are classified in Industry 7389. Establishments primarily engaged in producing commercial video tape or films are classified in Industry 7812.

Aerial photographic service, except mapmaking Commercial Photographic studios, commercial

7336 Commercial Art And Graphic Design
Establishments primarily engaged in providing commercial art or graphic design services for advertising agencies, publishers, and other business and industrial users. Establishments primarily engaged in art, except commercial and medical, are classified in Industry 8999; those engaged in medical art are classified in Industry 8099; and those providing drafting services are classified in Industry 7389.

Artists commercial Chart and graph design Commercial art and illustration Film strip and slide producers Graphic arts and related design Silk screen design Slide film producers Still film producers

7338 Secretarial And Court Reporting Services
Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing secretarial, typing, word processing, resume writing, and court reporting services.

Court reporting service Editing service Letter writing service Proofreading service Resume writing service Secretarial service Stenographic service Typing service Word processing service (typing)

7342 Disinfecting And Pest Control Services
Establishments primarily engaged in disinfecting dwellings and other buildings, and in termite, insect, rodent, and other pest control, generally in dwellings or other buildings. Establishments primarily engaged in pest control for lawns or agricultural production are classified in Division A, Agriculture.

Bird proofing Deodorant servicing of rest rooms Disinfecting service Exterminating service Fumigating service Pest control in structures Rest room cleaning service Termite control Washroom sanitation service

7349 Building Cleaning And Maintenance Services, Not Elsewhere
Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing building cleaning and maintenance services, not elsewhere classified, such as window cleaning, janitorial service, floor waxing, and office cleaning. General contractors and special trade contractors primarily engaged in building repair work are classified in Division C, Construction.

Acoustical tile cleaning service Building cleaning service, interior Chimney cleaning service Custodians of schools on a contract or fee basis Floor waxing service Housekeeping (cleaning service) on a contract or fee basis Janitorial services on a contract or fee basis Lighting maintenance service (bulb replacement and cleaning) Maid service on a contract or fee basis Maintenance, building: except repairs Office cleaning service Service station cleaning and degreasing service Telephone booths, cleaning and maintenance of Venetian blind cleaning, including work done on owners' premises Window cleaning service

7352 Medical Equipment Rental And Leasing
Establishments primarily engaged in renting or leasing (except finance leasing) medical equipment. Establishments of this industry may also sell medical supplies. Establishments primarily engaged in the sale of medical equipment and supplies are classified in Wholesale or Retail Trade, and those primarily engaged in finance leasing are classified in Finance, Industry 6159.

Invalid supplies rental and leasing Medical equipment rental

7353 Heavy Construction Equipment Rental And Leasing
Establishments primarily engaged in renting or leasing (except finance leasing) heavy construction equipment, with or without operators. Establishments primarily engaged in finance leasing are classified in Finance, Industry 6159.

Bulldozer rental and leasing Construction equipment, heavy: rental and leasing Crane rental and leasing Earth moving equipment rental and leasing

7359 Equipment Rental And Leasing, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in renting or leasing (except finance leasing) equipment, not elsewhere classified. Establishments primarily engaged in finance leasing are classified in Finance, Industry 6159. Establishments renting and leasing automobiles and trucks without drivers are classified in Industry Group 751; those renting automobiles with drivers are classified in Transportation and Public Utilities, Industry 4119; those renting trucks with drivers are classified in Transportation and Public Utilities, Industry Group 421; those renting personal items such as lockers (other than refrigerated), clothes, and pillows are classified in Industry 7299; those renting amusement and recreation items, such as bicycles, canoes, and beach chairs and accessories are classified in Industry 7999; and those renting commercial boats are classified in Transportation and Public Utilities, Industry 4499. Establishments producing machinery and equipment (including computers and other data processing equipment) which lease or sell their products are classified in Division D, Manufacturing. Manufacturers' sales branches or offices leasing or selling the machinery and equipment of their manufacturing plant are classified in Division F, Wholesale Trade. Establishments primarily engaged in leasing computer time, including time sharing services, are classified in Industry 7374; and those renting or leasing computers or data processing equipment are classified in Industry 7377.

Airplane rental and leasing Appliance rental and leasing Coin-operated machine rental and leasing Electronic equipment rental and leasing, except medical and computer Furniture rental and leasing Industrial truck rental and leasing Office machine rental and leasing, except computers Oil field equipment rental and leasing Oil well drilling equipment rental and leasing Party supplies rental and leasing Piano rental and leasing Plants, live: rental and leasing Rental and leasing of dishes, silverware, and tables Television rental and leasing Toilets, portable: rental and leasing Tool rental and leasing Vending machines, rental only Video recorder and player rental and leasing

7361 Employment Agencies
Establishments primarily engaged in providing employment services, except theatrical employment agencies and motion picture casting bureaus. Establishments classified here may assist either employers or those seeking employment. Establishments primarily engaged in operating theatrical employment agencies are classified in Industry 7922; those operating motion picture casting bureaus are classified in Industry 7819; and farm labor contractors are classified in Agriculture, Industry 0761.

Chauffeur registries Employment agencies, except theatrical and motion picture Executive placing services Labor contractors (employment agencies), except farm labor Maid registries Model registries Nurses' registries Ship crew registries Teachers' registries

7363 Help Supply Services
Establishments primarily engaged in supplying temporary or continuing help on a contract or fee basis. The help supplied is always on the payroll of the supplying establishments, but is under the direct or general supervision of the business to whom the help is furnished. Establishments which provide both management and staff to operate a business are classified according to the type of activity of the business. Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing personnel to perform a range of services in support of the operation of other establishments are classified in Industry 8744, and those supplying farm labor are classified in Agriculture, Industry 0761.

Employee leasing service Fashion show model supply service Help supply service Labor pools Manpower pools Modeling service Office help supply service Temporary help service Usher service

7381 Detective, Guard, And Armored Car Services
Establishments primarily engaged in providing detective, guard, and armored car services. Establishments primarily engaged in monitoring and maintaining security systems devices, such as burglar and fire alarms, are classified in Industry 7382.

Armored car service Detective agencies Dogs, rental of: for protective service Fingerprint service Guard service Investigators, private Lie detection service Polygraph service Protective service, guard Security guard service

7382 Security Systems Services
Establishments primarily engaged in monitoring and maintaining security systems devices, such as burglar and fire alarms. Establishments of this industry may sell or lease and install the security systems which they monitor and maintain. Establishments primarily engaged in the sales and installation, or installation only, of such devices are classified in Construction, Industry 1731.

Burglar alarm monitoring and maintenance Fire alarm monitoring and maintenance Security systems devices, burglar and fire alarm: monitoring

7383 News Syndicates
Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing news, pictures, and features and in supplying news reporting services to newspapers and periodicals. Separate establishments of newspaper and periodical publishers which are engaged in gathering news are classified as auxiliaries.

News correspondents, independent News feature syndicates News pictures, gathering and distributing News reporting services for newspapers and periodicals News syndicates News ticker services Press services (news syndicates)

7384 Photofinishing Laboratories
Establishments primarily engaged in developing film and in making photographic prints and enlargements for the trade or for the general public. Establishments primarily engaged in processing motion picture and video film for the motion picture and television industries are classified in Industry 7819.

Developing and printing of film, except commercial motion picture Developing and processing of home movies Film processing, except for the motion picture industry Photofinishing laboratories, except for the motion picture industry Photograph developing and retouching Photographic laboratories, except for the motion picture industry

7389 Business Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing business services, not elsewhere classified, such as bondspersons, drafting services, lecture bureaus, notaries public, sign painting, speakers' bureaus, water softening services, and auctioneering services, on a commission or fee basis. Auctions of used cars and agricultural commodities, such as livestock and produce, are classified in Wholesale Trade.
Agents and brokers for authors and nonperforming artist Apparel pressing service for the trade Appraisers, except real estate appraisers Arbitration and conciliation services Artists' agents and brokers, except performing artists Auctioneering service on a commission or fee basis Authors' agents and brokers Automobile recovery service Automobile repossession service Automobile shows, flower shows, and home shows: promoters of Bartering services for businesses Batik work (handprinting on textiles) Bondspersons Bottle exchanges Bronzing baby shoes Business brokers (buying and selling business enterprises) Charge account service (shopping plates) collection by individual Check validation service Cloth: cutting to length, bolting, or winding for textile distributors Contractors' disbursement control Convention bureaus Convention decorators Copyright protection service Correct time service Cosmetic kits, assembling and packaging Cotton inspection service, not connected with transportation Cotton sampler service Coupon redemption service, except trading stamps Credit card service (collection by individual firms) Decoration service for special events Demonstration service, separate from sale Directories, telephone: distribution on a contract or fee basis Divers, commercial Drafting service, except temporary help Drawback service, customs Drive-a-way automobile service Embroidering of advertising on shirts, etc. Engrossing, e.g., diplomas and resolutions Exhibits, building of: by industrial contractors Field warehousing, not public warehousing Filling pressure containers (aerosol) with hair spray, insecticides, etc. Fire extinguishers, service of Firefighting service, other than forestry or public Flagging service (traffic control) Floats, decoration of Florists' telegraph service Folding and refolding service: textile and apparel Fundraising on a contract or fee basis Gas systems, contract conversion from manufactured to natural gas Handtool designers Handwriting analysis Hosiery pairing on a contract or fee basis Hotel reservation service Identification engraving service Inspection of commodities, not connected with transportation Interior decorating consulting service, except painters and paper Interior designing service, except painters and paper hangers Inventory computing service Labeling bottles, cans, cartons, etc. for the trade: not printing Laminating of photographs (coating photographs with plastics) Lecture bureaus Lettering service Liquidators of merchandise on a contract or fee basis Mannequin decorating service Map drafting service Mapmaking, including aerial Message service, telephone answering except beeper service Metal slitting and shearing on a contract or fee basis Meter readers, remote Microfilm recording and developing service Mounting merchandise on cards on a contract or fee basis Music distribution systems, except coin-operated Notaries public Packaging and labeling service (not packing and crating) Paralegal service Parcel packing service (packaging) Patent brokers Patrol of electric transmission or gas lines Photogrammetric mapping service (not professional engineers) Photographic library service, still Photography brokers Pipeline and power line inspection services Playwrights' brokers Post office contract stations Presorting mail service Press clipping service Printed circuitry graphic layout Process serving service Produce weighing service, not connected with transportation Product sterilization service Promoters of home shows and flower shows Racetrack cleaning, except buildings Radio broadcasting music checkers Radio transcription service Recording studios on a contract or fee basis Redemption of trading stamps Repossession service Restaurant reservation service Rug binding for the trade Safety inspection service, except automotive Salvaging of damaged merchandise, not engaged in sales Sampling of commodities, not connected with transportation Scrap steel cutting on a contract or fee basis Shoe designers Showcard painting Shrinking textiles for tailors and dressmakers Sign painting and lettering shops Solvents recovery service on a contract or fee basis Speakers' bureaus Sponging textiles for tailors and dressmakers Styling of fashions, apparel, furniture, and textiles Styling wigs for the trade Swimming pool cleaning and maintenance Switchboard operation of private branch exchanges Tape slitting for the trade (cutting plastics, leather, etc. into widths) Tax collection agencies: collecting for a city, county, or State Tax title dealers: agencies for city, county, or State Telemarketing (telephone marketing) service on a contract or fee basis Telephone answering, except beeper service Telephone solicitation service on a contract or fee basis Textile designers Textile folding and packing services Time-share condominium exchanges Tobacco sheeting service on a contract or fee basis Tourist information bureaus Trade show arrangement Trading stamp promotion and sale to stores Trading stamp redemption Translation service Water softener service Weighing foods and other commodities not connected with Welcoming service Window trimming service Yacht brokers

7513 Truck Rental And Leasing, Without Drivers
Establishments primarily engaged in short-term rental or extended-term leasing (with or without maintenance) of trucks, truck tractors, or semitrailers without drivers. Establishments primarily engaged in finance leasing of trucks are classified in Finance, Industry 6159; those renting trucks with drivers are classified in Transportation, Industry Group 421; and those primarily engaged in renting and leasing, except finance leasing, of industrial trucks are classified in Industry 7359.

Truck leasing, except industrial trucks and finance leasing: without Truck rental, except industrial: without drivers

7514 Passenger Car Rental
Establishments primarily engaged in short-term rental of passenger cars without drivers.

Automobile rental, without drivers Hearse rental, without drivers Limousine rental, without drivers Passenger car rental, without drivers

7515 Passenger Car Leasing
Establishments primarily engaged in extended-term leasing of passenger cars without drivers.

Establishments primarily engaged in finance leasing of automobiles are classified in Finance, Industry 6159.
Automobile leasing, except finance leasing: without drivers Passenger car leasing, except finance leasing: without drivers

7519 Utility Trailer And Recreational Vehicle Rental
Establishments primarily engaged in daily or extended-term rental of utility trailers and recreational vehicles. Establishments primarily engaged in renting motorcycles, bicycles, golf carts, gocarts, or recreational boats are classified in Industry 7999; and those engaged in renting airplanes are classified in Industry 7359. Establishments primarily engaged in the rental of mobile homes on site are classified in Real Estate, Industry 6515.

Mobile home rental, except on site Motor home rental Popup camper rental Trailer rental Utility trailer rental

7521 Automobile Parking
Establishments primarily engaged in the temporary parking of automobiles, usually on an hourly, daily, or monthly contract or fee basis. Establishments primarily engaged in extended or dead storage of automobiles are classified in Transportation, Industry 4226.

Garages, automobile parking Parking lots Parking structures Tow-in parking lots

7532 Top, Body, And Upholstery Repair Shops And Paint Shops
Establishments primarily engaged in the repair of automotive tops, bodies, and interiors, or automotive painting and refinishing. Also included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in customizing automobiles, trucks, and vans except on a factory basis. Establishments primarily engaged in customizing automobiles, trucks, and vans on a factory basis are classified in Manufacturing, Industry Group 371.

Antique and classic automobile restoration Automotive body shops Automotive interior shops Automotive paint shops Automotive tops (canvas or plastic), installation, repair, or sales and Automotive trim shops Bump shops (automotive repair) Collision shops, automotive Customizing automobiles, trucks or vans: except on a factory basis Upholstery repair, automotive Van conversions, except on a factory basis

7533 Automotive Exhaust System Repair Shops
Establishments primarily engaged in the installation, repair, or sale and installation of automotive exhaust systems. The sale of mufflers, tail pipes, and catalytic converters is considered to be incidental to the installation of these products.

Catalytic converters, automotive: installation, repair, or sales and Exhaust system services, automotive Mufflers, automotive: installation, repair, or sales and installation

7534 Tire Retreading And Repair Shops
Establishments primarily engaged in repairing and retreading automotive tires. Establishments classified here may either retread customers' tires or retread tires for sale or exchange to the user or the trade.

Rebuilding and retreading tires for the trade Retreading tires Tire recapping Tire repair shops Tire studding and restudding Vulcanizing tires and tubes

7536 Automotive Glass Replacement Shops
Establishments primarily engaged in the installation, repair, or sales and installation of automotive glass. The sale of the glass is considered incidental to the replacement.

Glass replacement and repair, automotive

7537 Automotive Transmission Repair Shops
Establishments primarily engaged in the installation, repair, or sales and installation of automotive transmissions. The sale of transmissions and related parts is considered incidental to the installation or repair of these products.

Automatic transmission repair, automotive Transmission repair, automotive Transmission, automotive: installation, repair, or sale and installation

7538 General Automotive Repair Shops
Establishments primarily engaged in general automotive repair. Establishments primarily engaged in industrial truck repair are classified in Industry 7699.

Automotive repair shops, general Diesel engine repair, automotive Engine repair, automotive Engine repair, truck: except industrial Garages, general automotive repair and service Motor repair, automotive Truck engine repair, except industrial

7539 Automotive Repair Shops, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in specialized automotive repair, not elsewhere classified, such as fuel service (carburetor repair), brake relining, front-end and wheel alignment, and radiator repair. Establishments primarily engaged in automotive welding are classified in Industry 7692.

Air-conditioner repair, automotive Automotive springs, rebuilding and repair Axle straightening, automotive Brake linings, sale and installation Brake repairing, automotive Carburetor repair Electrical service, automotive (battery and ignition repair) Frame repair shops, automotive Front end repair, automotive Fuel system conversion, automotive Fuel system repair, automotive Generator and starter repair, automotive Radiator repair shops, automotive Wheel alignment, automotive

7542 Carwashes
Establishments primarily engaged in washing, waging, and polishing motor vehicles, or in furnishing facilities for the self-service washing of motor vehicles.

Bus washing Carwashes Cleaning and polishing (detailing) new autos for dealers on a Detailing (cleaning and polishing) new autos for dealers on a Laundries, automotive Truck washing Washing and polishing, automotive Waxing and polishing, automotive

7549 Automotive Services, Except Repair And Carwashes
Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing automotive services, except repair and carwashes. Establishments primarily providing automobile driving instructions are classified in Industry 8299.

Auto emissions testing, without repairs Diagnostic centers, automotive Emissions testing service, automotive: without repair Garages, do-it-yourself Inspection service, automotive Lubricating service, automotive Road service, automotive Rust-proofing service, automotive Towing service, automotive Undercoating service, automotive Window tinting, automotive Wrecker service (towing), automotive

7622 Radio And Television Repair Shops
Establishments primarily engaged in repairing radios, televisions, phonographs, stereo equipment, and tape recorders. Also included are establishments engaged in installing and repairing television, amateur, and citizens' band antennas; or in installing and servicing radio transmitting and receiving equipment in homes, offices, boats, automobiles, or other vehicles. Establishments primarily engaged in installation, repair, or maintenance of radio and television broadcast transmitting antennas and towers are classified in Construction, Division C.

Aircraft radio equipment repair Antennas, household: installation and service Automotive radio repair shops Citizens' band (CB) antennas, installation of Intercommunications equipment repair Phonograph repair: stereo, hi-fi, and tape recorder Public address system repair Radio and television receiver installation Radio repair shops Stereophonic equipment repair Television repair shops Video recorder or player repair

7623 Refrigeration And Air-conditioning Service And Repair Shops
Establishments primarily engaged in servicing and repairing household and commercial electrical refrigerators and air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in servicing and repairing gas refrigeration equipment are classified in Industry 7699, and those repairing automotive, air-conditioning equipment are classified in Industry 7539.

Air-conditioner repair, self-contained units: except automotive Refrigeration repair service, electric Refrigerator repair service, electric

7629 Electrical And Electronic Repair Shops, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in the repair of electrical and electronic equipment, not elsewhere classified, such as electrical household appliances and electrical and electronic industrial equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in the repair of electronic computers and computer peripheral equipment are classified in Industry 7378.

Aircraft electrical equipment repair except radio Appliance repair, electrical Business machine repair, electrical Electric razor repair Electric tool repair Electrical measuring instrument repair and calibration Electrical repair shops, except radio, television, and refrigerator Electronic equipment repair, except computers and computer Hearing aid repair Medical equipment repair, electrical Office machine repair, electrical: except typewriters, computers, and Telephone set repair Washing machine repair

7692 Welding Repair
Establishments primarily engaged in general repair work by welding, including automotive welding. Establishments primarily engaged in welding at construction sites are classified in Construction, Industry 1799.

Brazing (welding) Repair of cracked castings (welding service) Welding shops, including automotive

7694 Armature Rewinding Shops
Establishments primarily engaged in rewinding armatures and rebuilding or repairing electric motors. Establishments classified here may either repair customers' equipment, or repair or rebuild for sale or exchange to users or the trade.

Armature rewinding Coil winding service Electric motor repair Hermetics repair Rebuilding motors, other than automotive Rewinding stators

7699 Repair Shops And Related Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in specialized repair services, not elsewhere classified, such as bicycle repair; leather goods repair; lock and gun repair, including the making of lock parts or gun parts to individual order; musical instrument repair; septic tank cleaning; farm machinery repair; furnace cleaning; motorcycle repair; tank truck cleaning; taxidermists; tractor repair; and typewriter repair.

Agricultural equipment repair Antique repair and restoration, except furniture and automotive Awning repair shops Beer pump coil cleaning and repair service Bicycle repair shops Binoculars and other optical goods repair Blacksmith shops Boiler cleaning Boiler repair shops except manufacturing Bowling pins, refinishing or repair Camera repair shops Catch basin cleaning Cesspool cleaning China firing and decorating to individual order Cleaning and reglazing of baking pans Cleaning bricks Coppersmithing repair, except construction Covering textile rolls Dental instrument repair Drafting instrument repair Engine repair, except automotive Farm machinery repair Farriers (blacksmith shops) Fire control (military) equipment repair Furnace and chimney cleaning Furnace cleaning service Gas appliance repair service Glazing and cleaning baking pans Gun parts made to individual order Gunsmith shops Harness repair shops Horseshoeing Industrial truck repair Key duplicating shops Laboratory instrument repair, except electric Lawnmower repair shops Leather goods repair shops Lock parts made to individual order Locksmith shops Luggage repair shops Machinery cleaning Mattress renovating and repair shops Measuring and controlling instrument repair, mechanical Medical equipment repair, except electric Meteorological instrument repair Microscope repair Mirror repair shops Motorcycle repair service Musical instrument repair shops Nautical and navigational instrument repair, except electric Organ tuning and repair Piano tuning and repair Picture framing to individual order, not connected with retail art Picture framing, custom Pocketbook repair shops Precision instrument repair Rebabbitting Reneedling work Repair of optical instruments Repair of photographic equipment Repair of service station equipment Repair of speedometers Rug repair shops, not combined with cleaning Saddlery repair shops Scale repair service Scientific instrument repair, except electric Septic tank cleaning service Sewer cleaning and rodding Sewing machine repair shops Sharpening and repairing knives, saws, and tools Ship boiler and tank cleaning and repair-contractors Ship scaling-contractors Stove repair shops Surgical instrument repair Surveying instrument repair Tank and boiler cleaning service Tank truck cleaning service Taxidermists Tent repair shops Thermostat repair Tinsmithing repair, except construction Tractor repair Tuning of pianos and organs Typewriter repair, including electric Venetian blind repair shops Window shade repair shops

8211 Elementary And Secondary Schools
Elementary and secondary schools furnishing academic courses, ordinarily for kindergarten through grade 12. Included in this industry are parochial schools and military academies furnishing academic courses for kindergarten through grade 12, and secondary schools which furnish both academic and technical courses.

Academies, elementary and secondary schools Boarding schools Finishing schools, secondary High schools Kindergartens Military academies elementary and secondary level Parochial schools, elementary and secondary Preparatory schools Schools for the physically handicapped, elementary and secondary Schools for the retarded Schools, elementary and secondary Seminaries, below university grade Vocational high schools

8221 Colleges, Universities, And Professional Schools
Colleges, universities, and professional schools furnishing academic courses and granting academic degrees. The requirement for admission is at least a high school diploma or equivalent general academic training.

Colleges except junior Professional schools: eg dental engineering law medical Seminaries theological Service academies (college) Theological seminaries Universities

8222 Junior Colleges And Technical Institutes
Junior colleges and technical institutes furnishing academic, or academic and technical, courses and granting associate academic degrees, certificates, or diplomas. The requirement for admission is at least a high school diploma or equivalent general academic training. Schools having junior college grades in conjunction with secondary grades are classified in Industry 8211.

Community colleges (junior) Junior colleges Technical institutes

8231 Libraries
Establishments primarily engaged in providing library services, including the circulation of books and other materials for reading, study, and reference. Establishments primarily engaged in operating motion picture film libraries are classified in Industry 7829.

Centers for documentation Circulating libraries Lending libraries Libraries, printed matter Rental of books

8243 Data Processing Schools
Establishments primarily engaged in offering data processing courses or training in computer programming and in computer and computer peripheral equipment operation, maintenance, and repair. Schools offering an academic degree in computer sciences are classified in Industry Group 822.

Computer operator training Computer repair training Computer software training Data processing schools

8244 Business And Secretarial Schools
Establishments primarily engaged in offering courses in business machine operation, office procedures, and secretarial and stenographic skills. Schools offering academic degrees are classified in Industry Groups 821 and 822.

Business colleges and schools, not of college grade Court reporting schools Secretarial schools

8249 Vocational Schools, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in offering specialized vocational courses, not elsewhere classified. Also included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in furnishing educational courses by mail. Offices maintained by such schools for the sale of correspondence courses are included. Beauty schools are classified in Industry 7231, and barber schools are classified in Industry 7241. Establishments primarily engaged in offering flying instruction are classified in Industry 8299. Schools offering academic degrees are classified in Industry Groups 821 and 822.

Aviation schools, excluding flying instruction Banking schools (training in banking) Commercial art schools Construction equipment operation schools Correspondence schools, including branch offices and solicitors Nursing schools, practical Real estate schools Restaurant operation schools Trade schools Truck driving schools Vocational apprenticeship training Vocational schools: except high schools, data processing, or business

8299 Schools And Educational Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in offering educational courses and services, not elsewhere classified. Included in this industry are music schools, drama schools, language schools, short-term examination preparatory schools, student exchange programs, curriculum development, and vocational counseling, except rehabilitation counseling. Establishments primarily engaged in operating dance schools are classified in Industry 7911, and those providing rehabilitation counseling are classified in Industry 8331.

Art schools, except commercial Automobile driving instruction Baton instruction Bible schools, not operated by churches Ceramics schools Charm schools Civil service schools Continuing education programs Cooking schools Curriculum development, educational Diction schools Drama schools Finishing schools, charm and modeling Flying instruction Hypnosis schools Language schools Modeling schools, clothes Music schools Personal development schools Public speaking schools Reading schools Speed reading courses Student exchange programs Survival schools Tutoring Vocational counseling, except rehabilitation counseling

8711 Engineering Services
Establishments primarily engaged in providing professional engineering services. Establishments primarily providing and supervising their own engineering staff on temporary contract to other firms are included in this industry. Establishments providing engineering personnel, but not general supervision, are classified in Industry 7363. Establishments primarily engaged in providing architectural engineering services are classified in Industry 8712, and those providing photogrammetric engineering services are classified in Industry 8713.

Designing ship, boat, and machine Engineering services: industrial, civil, electrical, mechanical, Machine tool designers Marine engineering services Petroleum engineering services

8734 Testing Laboratories
Establishments primarily engaged in providing testing services. Establishments primarily engaged in performing clinical laboratory testing for the medical profession are classified in Industry 8071.

Assaying services Automobile proving and testing grounds Calibration and certification (testing) Dosimetry, radiation Film budge service (radiation detection) Food testing services Forensic laboratories Hydrostatic testing laboratories Laboratories, product testing: not manufacturing auxiliaries Metallurgical testing laboratories Pollution testing, except automotive emissions testing Product testing services Radiation dosimetry laboratories Radiographing welded joints on pipes and fittings Seed testing laboratories Testing laboratories, except clinical Veterinary testing laboratories

8741 Management Services
Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing general or specialized management services on a day to day basis and on a contract or fee basis. Establishments in this industry do not provide operating staff. Management and operation of a business, where operating staff as well as management is provided, is classified according to the activity of the establishment managed.

Administrative management services Business management services Circuit management services for motion picture theaters Construction management Motel management services Office management services

8742 Management Consulting Services
Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing operating counsel and assistance to managements of private, nonprofit, and public organizations. These establishments generally perform a variety of activities, such as strategic and organizational planning; financial planning and budgeting; marketing objectives and policies; information systems planning, evaluation and selection; human resource policies and practices planning; and production scheduling and control planning. These establishments are characterized by the breadth and scope of the problems they address.

Administrative management consultants General management consultants Human resource consultants Management engineering consultants Management information systems consultants Manufacturing management consultants Marketing consultants Operations research consultants Personnel management consultants, except employment service Physical distribution consultants Site location consultants

8743 Public Relations Services
Establishments primarily engaged in the preparation of materials, written or spoken, which are designed to influence the general public or other groups in promoting the interests of their clients.

Lobbyists Public relations services

8744 Facilities Support Management Services
Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing personnel to perform a range of services in support of the operations of other establishments or in providing a number of different continuing services, on a contract or fee basis, within another establishment. Included in the industry are establishments primarily engaged in the private operation of jails and adult correctional facilities, whether or not providing both management and supporting staff. Establishments primarily engaged in operating juvenile correctional homes are classified in Industry 8361. Establishments which provide management and staff to operate a business are classified according to the type of activity of the business. Establishments primarily providing one specialized service, such as janitorial services or guard services, are classified in the specialized industry. Janitorial services are classified in Industry 7349, and guard services are classified in Industry 7381. Establishments primarily engaged in providing management services only, except agricultural, are classified in Industry 8741. Computer facilities management services are classified in Industry 7376. Establishments primarily supplying temporary or continuing help are classified in Industry 7363. Establishments primarily engaged in providing temporary or continuing help for agricultural purposes and agricultural management services are classified in Agriculture, Industry Group 076.

Base maintenance (providing personnel on continuing basis) Correctional facilities, adult: privately operated Facilities management, except computer Facilities support services, except computer Jails, privately operated

8748 Business Consulting Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
Establishments primarily engaged in furnishing business consulting services, not elsewhere classified, on a contract or fee basis.

Agricultural consulting City planners, except professional engineering Economic consulting Educational consulting, except management Industrial development planning service, commercial Radio consultants Systems engineering consulting, except professional engineering or Test development and evaluation service, educational or personnel Testing services, educational or personnel Traffic consultants





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