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GL Class Code 52150 - Distillation or Extraction

GL Class Code 52150 - Distillation or Extraction

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The General Liability Class Code 52150 - Distillation or Extraction. Learn more about GL Code 52150 and it's related NAICS, NCCI and SIC codes.

What Is The Description Of The General Liability Class Code 52150?

The description for GL Class Code 52150 is: Distillation or Extraction.

What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for GL Code 52150?

The related SIC Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 52150 - Distillation or Extraction is:

Description for 2865 Cyclic Organic Crudes and Intermediates, and Organic Dyes and Pigments

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

Description for 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

GL Class Code 52150 - The Bottom Line

The General Liability Class Code for Distillation or Extraction is 52150.

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