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Storage industry rental of heavy refractory metals

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General building contractors who combine a special trade with the contracting are included in this major group. 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 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.

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 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. 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 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 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 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.

Numerous products made from these materials are included in other major groups, such as boats in Major Group 37, and toys, buckles, and buttons.

This group includes establishments primarily manufacturing tires, but establishments primarily recapping and retreading automobile tires are classified in services, Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic rubber and synthetic plastics resins are classified in Industry Group 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 , are classified herein with the manufacturing operations. If separate reports are not available for crushing, grinding, and other preparation activities of Industry , these establishments are classified in Division B, Mining. This major group includes the production of coke. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal forgings or stampings are classified in Industry Group 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 Establishments primarily engaged in producing ferrous and nonferrous metals and their alloys are classified in Major Group 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 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 Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing instruments are classified in Major Group 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 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 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 Other services related to railroad transportation are classified in Major Group Lessors of railroad property are classified in Real Estate, Industry 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 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 Field warehousing is classified in Services, Industry Post Office contract stations are classified in Services, Industry Establishments primarily transporting mail on a contract basis for the Unites States Postal Service are classified in Industry Group and Major Group Private postal services primarily engaged in the delivery of unaddressed advertising materials are classified in Services, Industry , and private establishments delivering individually addressed letters, parcels, and packages are classified in Industry Group and Major Group 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 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 Establishments primarily engaged in performing services which may incidentally use airplanes e. Pipelines operated by petroleum producing or refining companies and separately reported are included.

Establishments primarily engaged in natural gas transmission are classified in Industry This major group includes establishments primarily engaged in the wholesale distribution of durable goods.

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 This major group includes agents and brokers dealing in insurance, and also organizations offering services to insurance companies and to policy holders.

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 Establishments which provide specialized services closely allied to activities covered in other divisions are classified in such divisions.

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 Automotive repair shops operated by establishments engaged in the sale of new automobiles are classified in Retail Trade, Industry ; and those operated by gasoline service stations are classified in Retail Trade, Industry 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 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 ; automotive repair, which is classified in Industry Group ; clothing repair, which is classified in Industry ; and shoe repair, which is classified in Industry 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 , and barber colleges are classified in Industry 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 Establishments primarily engaged in mining natural alkalies are classified in Mining, Industry 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.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fluorine and sulfur dioxide are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing household ammonia are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing other ammonia are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing chlorine are classified in Industry ; and those manufacturing fluorocarbon gases are classified in Industry Distributors of industrial gases and establishments primarily engaged in shipping liquid oxygen are classified in Wholesale Trade, Industry 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 , and those manufacturing carbon black are classified in Industry 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.

Establishments primarily engaged in mining, milling, or otherwise preparing natural potassium, sodium, or boron compounds other than common salt are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household bleaches are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing phosphoric acid are classified in Industry ; and those manufacturing nitric acid, anhydrous ammonia, and other nitrogenous fertilizer materials are classified in Industry 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 , whether from purchased resins or from resins produced in the same plant.

Establishments primarily engaged in compounding purchased resins are classified in Industry Establishments primarily manufacturing adhesives are classified in Industry 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 Natural chlorinated rubbers and cyclized rubbers are considered as semifinished products and are classified in Industry 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.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing textile glass fibers are classified in Industry 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.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing shampoos or shaving products, whether from soap or synthetic detergents, are classified in Industry ; and those manufacturing synthetic glycerin are classified in Industry 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.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial bleaches are classified in Industry , and those manufacturing household pesticidal preparations are classified in Industry 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.

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 , and those manufacturing essential oils are classified in Industry 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.

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing carbon black are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing bone black, lamp black, and inorganic color pigments are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing organic color pigments are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing plastics materials are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing printing ink are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing caulking compounds and sealants are classified in Industry ; those manufacturing artists' paints are classified in Industry ; and those manufacturing turpentine are classified in Industry Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic organic tanning materials are classified in Industry , and those manufacturing synthetic organic dyes are classified in Industry 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.

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General building contractors who combine a special trade with the contracting are included in this major group. 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 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. 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.

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