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GL Class Code 59782 - Tool Manufacturing - Hand Type - Not Powered

GL Class Code 59782 - Tool Manufacturing - Hand Type - Not Powered

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The description for GL Class Code 59782 is: Tool Manufacturing - Hand Type - Not Powered.


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Description for 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

Description for 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


GL Class Code 59782 - The Bottom Line

The General Liability Class Code for Tool Manufacturing - Hand Type - Not Powered is 59782.

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