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GL Class Code 52440 - Electrical Power Distribution or Transmission Equipment Manufacturing

GL Class Code 52440 - Electrical Power Distribution or Transmission Equipment Manufacturing

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The General Liability Class Code 52440 - Electrical Power Distribution or Transmission Equipment Manufacturing. Learn more about GL Code 52440 and it's related NAICS, NCCI and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The General Liability Class Code 52440?

The description for GL Class Code 52440 is: Electrical Power Distribution or Transmission Equipment Manufacturing.


What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for GL Code 52440?

The related SIC Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 52440 - Electrical Power Distribution or Transmission Equipment Manufacturing is:

Description for 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
Description for 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
Description for 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
Description for 3677 Electronic Coils, Transformers, and Other Inductors

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic coils, transformers, and inductors. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electrical transformers are classified in Industry 3612; those manufacturing transformers and inductors for telephone and telegraph apparatus are classified in Industry 3661, and those manufacturing semiconductors and related devices are classified in Industry 3674.

  • Baluns
  • Coil windings, electronic
  • Coils, chokes and other inductors, electronic
  • Constant impedance transformers
  • Coupling transformers
  • Flyback transformers
  • Transformers, electronic types
  • Transformers: power supply electronic type
Description for 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
Description for 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

What Are The Related NAICS Code(s) for GL Code 52440?

The related NAICS Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 52440 - Electrical Power Distribution or Transmission Equipment Manufacturing is:

335312 - Motor and Generator Manufacturing

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electric motors (except internal combustion engine starting motors), power generators (except battery charging alternators for internal combustion engines), and motor generator sets (except turbine generator set units). This industry includes establishments rewinding armatures on a factory basis.

  • Armature rewinding on a factory basis
  • Armatures, industrial, manufacturing
  • Coils for motors and generators manufacturing
  • Collector rings for motors and generators manufacturing
  • Commutators, electric motor, manufacturing
  • Condensers, synchronous, electric, manufacturing
  • Converters, phase and rotary, electrical equipment, manufacturing
  • Dynamos, electric (except automotive), manufacturing
  • Dynamotors manufacturing
  • Exciter assemblies, motor and generator, manufacturing
  • Fractional horsepower electric motors manufacturing
  • Frequency converters (i.e., electric generators) manufacturing
  • Generating apparatus and parts, electrical (except internal combustion engine and welding), manufacturing
  • Generator sets, prime mover (except turbine generator sets), manufacturing
  • Generators and sets, electric (except internal combustion engine, welding, turbine generator sets), manufacturing
  • Generators for gas-electric and oil-electric vehicles, manufacturing
  • Generators for storage battery chargers (except internal combustion engine and aircraft) manufacturing
  • Integral horsepower electric motors manufacturing
  • Inverters, rotating electrical, manufacturing
  • Land transportation motors and generators manufacturing
  • Motor generator sets (except automotive, turbine generator sets) manufacturing
  • Motors, electric (except engine starting motors, gearmotors, outboard), manufacturing
  • Phase converters (i.e., electrical equipment) manufacturing
  • Power generators manufacturing
  • Prime mover generator sets (except turbine generator sets) manufacturing
  • Railway motors and control equipment, electric, manufacturing
  • Resolvers manufacturing
  • Rotor retainers and housings manufacturing
  • Rotors (i.e., for motors) manufacturing
  • Servomotors manufacturing
  • Slip rings for motors and generators manufacturing
  • Stators for motors manufacturing
  • Storage battery chargers (except internal combustion engine-type) manufacturing
  • Synchronous condensers and timing motors, electric, manufacturing
  • Synchronous motors manufacturing
  • Timing motors, synchronous, electric, manufacturing
  • Torque motors, electric, manufacturing

335311 - Power, Distribution, and Specialty Transformer Manufacturing

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing power, distribution, and specialty transformers (except electronic components). Industrial-type and consumer-type transformers in this industry vary (e.g., step up or step down) voltage but do not convert alternating to direct or direct to alternating current.

  • Airport lighting transformers manufacturing
  • Arc-welding transformers, separate solid-state, manufacturing
  • Autotransformers for switchboards (except telephone switchboards) manufacturing
  • Autotransformers manufacturing
  • Ballasts (i.e., transformers) manufacturing
  • Boosters, feeder voltage (i.e., electrical transformers), manufacturing
  • Burner ignition transformers manufacturing
  • Control transformers manufacturing
  • Current limiting reactors, electrical, manufacturing
  • Distribution transformers, electric, manufacturing
  • Electric furnace transformers manufacturing
  • Feeder voltage regulators and boosters (i.e., electrical transformers) manufacturing
  • Fluorescent ballasts (i.e., transformers) manufacturing
  • Fluorescent lighting transformers manufacturing
  • Generator voltage regulators, electric induction and step-type (except engine electrical equipment), manufacturing
  • Instrument transformers (except complete instruments) for metering or protective relaying use manufacturing
  • Isolation transformers manufacturing
  • Lamp ballasts manufacturing
  • Lighting transformers manufacturing
  • Lighting transformers, street and airport, manufacturing
  • Line voltage regulators (i.e., electric transformers) manufacturing
  • Luminous tube transformers manufacturing
  • Machine tool transformers manufacturing
  • Power transformers, electric, manufacturing
  • Regulating transformers, power system-type, manufacturing
  • Regulators (i.e., electric transformers), feeder voltage, manufacturing
  • Saturable transformers manufacturing
  • Signaling transformers, electric, manufacturing
  • Specialty transformers, electric, manufacturing
  • Substation transformers, electric power distribution, manufacturing
  • Transformers, electric power, manufacturing
  • Transformers, ignition, for use on domestic fuel burners, manufacturing
  • Transformers, reactor, manufacturing
  • Transformers, separate solid-state arc-welding, manufacturing
  • Transmission and distribution voltage regulators manufacturing
  • Voltage regulating transformers, electric power, manufacturing
  • Voltage regulators, transmission and distribution, manufacturing

335932 - Noncurrent-Carrying Wiring Device Manufacturing

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing noncurrent-carrying wiring devices.

  • Boxes, electrical wiring (e.g., junction, outlet, switch), manufacturing
  • Conduits and fittings, electrical, manufacturing
  • Electrical metallic tube (EMTs) manufacturing
  • EMTs (electrical metallic tube) manufacturing
  • Face plates (i.e., outlet or switch covers) manufacturing
  • Hardware, transmission pole and line, manufacturing
  • Insulators, electrical (except glass, porcelain), manufacturing
  • Junction boxes, electrical wiring, manufacturing
  • Outlet boxes, electrical wiring, manufacturing
  • Plates (i.e., outlet or switch covers), face, manufacturing
  • Raceways manufacturing
  • Switch boxes, electrical wiring, manufacturing
  • Transmission pole and line hardware manufacturing

334416 - Capacitor, Resistor, Coil, Transformer, and Other Inductor Manufacturing

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) manufacturing electronic fixed and variable capacitors and condensers; (2) manufacturing electronic resistors, such as fixed and variable resistors, resistor networks, thermistors, and varistors; and (3) manufacturing electronic inductors, such as coils and transformers.

  • Capacitors, electronic, fixed and variable, manufacturing
  • Chokes for electronic circuitry manufacturing
  • Condensers, electronic, manufacturing
  • Inductors, electronic component-type (e.g., chokes, coils, transformers), manufacturing
  • Resistors, electronic, manufacturing
  • Telephone and telegraph transformers, electronic component-type, manufacturing
  • Thermistors manufacturing
  • Transformers, electronic component-types, manufacturing
  • Varistors manufacturing

335314 - Relay and Industrial Control Manufacturing

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing relays, motor starters and controllers, and other industrial controls and control accessories.

  • Armature relays manufacturing
  • Brakes and clutches, electromagnetic, manufacturing
  • Brakes, electromagnetic, manufacturing
  • Control circuit devices, magnet and solid-state, manufacturing
  • Control circuit relays, industrial, manufacturing
  • Control equipment, electric, manufacturing
  • Controls and control accessories, industrial, manufacturing
  • Controls for adjustable speed drives manufacturing
  • Crane and hoist controls, including metal mill, manufacturing
  • Flow actuated electrical switches manufacturing
  • Industrial controls (e.g., push button, selector, and pilot switches, manufacturing
  • Marine and navy auxiliary controls, manufacturing
  • Motor control accessories (including overload relays) manufacturing
  • Motor control centers, manufacturing
  • Motor controls, electric, manufacturing
  • Motor starters, contractors, and controllers, industrial, manufacturing
  • Numerical controls, manufacturing
  • Relays, electrical and electronic, manufacturing
  • Rheostats, industrial control, manufacturing
  • Solenoid switches, industrial, manufacturing
  • Timing devices, mechanical and solid-state (except clockwork), manufacturing
  • Vacuum relays manufacturing

335313 - Switchgear and Switchboard Apparatus Manufacturing

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing switchgear and switchboard apparatus.

  • Air circuit breakers manufacturing
  • Bus bar structures, switchgear-type, manufacturing
  • Circuit breakers, air, manufacturing
  • Circuit breakers, power, manufacturing
  • Connectors, power, manufacturing
  • Control panels, electric power distribution, manufacturing
  • Cubicles (i.e., electric switchboard equipment) manufacturing
  • Distribution boards, electric, manufacturing
  • Distribution cutouts manufacturing
  • Ducts for electrical switchboard apparatus manufacturing
  • Fuse clips and blocks, electric, manufacturing
  • Fuse mountings, electric power, manufacturing
  • Fuses, electrical, manufacturing
  • Generator control and metering panels, switchgear-type, manufacturing
  • Knife switches, electric power switchgear-type, manufacturing
  • Metering panels, electric, manufacturing
  • Panelboards, electric power distribution, manufacturing
  • Panels, generator control and metering, manufacturing
  • Power circuit breakers manufacturing
  • Power connectors manufacturing
  • Power fuses (i.e., 600 volts and over) manufacturing
  • Power switchboards manufacturing
  • Power switching equipment manufacturing
  • Regulators, power, manufacturing
  • Switchboards and parts, power, manufacturing
  • Switches, electric power (except pushbotton, snap, solenoid, tumbler), manufacturing
  • Switchgear and switchgear accessories manufacturing
  • Switching equipment, power, manufacturing
  • Time switches, electrical switchgear apparatus, manufacturing


What Are The Related NCCI Code(s) for GL Code 52440?

The related NCCI Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 52440 is:

3643 - Electric Power or Transmission Equipment Manufacturing

What Are The Related California Workers Compensation Code(s) for GL Code 52440?

The related CA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 52440 is:

3569 - Electric Motor Manufacturing or Repair
3643 - Electric Power or Transmission Equipment Manufacturing
3573 - Power Supply Manufacturing

What Are The Related Delaware Workers Compensation Code(s) for GL Code 52440?

The related DE Workers Comp Class Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 52440 is:

0477 - Electric Motor Manufacturing or Repair
0474 - Electric Power Equipment Manufacturing
0476 - Industrial Control Systems Manufacturing

What Are The Related Michigan Workers Compensation Code(s) for GL Code 52440?

The related MI Workers Comp Class Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 52440 is:

3643 - Brush Manufacturing For Electric Motors

What Are The Related New Jersey Workers Compensation Code(s) for GL Code 52440?

The related NJ Workers Comp Class Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 52440 is:

3643 - Electric Power or Transmission Equipment Manufacturing

What Are The Related New York Workers Compensation Code(s) for GL Code 52440?

The related NY Workers Comp Class Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 52440 is:

3643 - Electric Power or Transmission Equipment Manufacturing

What Are The Related Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Code(s) for GL Code 52440?

The related PA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 52440 is:

0477 - Electric Motor Manufacturing or Repair
0474 - Electric Power Equipment Manufacturing
0476 - Industrial Control Systems Manufacturing

What Are The Related Texas Workers Compensation Code(s) for GL Code 52440?

The related TX Workers Comp Class Code(s) for General Liability Class Code 52440 is:

3643 - Electric Power or Transmission Equipment Manufacturing

GL Class Code 52440 - The Bottom Line

The General Liability Class Code for Electrical Power Distribution or Transmission Equipment Manufacturing is 52440.

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