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2220 - Carpet or Rug Manufacturing - Jute or Hemp

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NCCI Class Code 2220 - Carpet or Rug Manufacturing - Jute or Hemp

Workers Compensation Class Code 2220 - Carpet or Rug Manufacturing - Jute or Hemp

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What Is The Description Of The NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2220?

The description for the NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2220 - Carpet or Rug Manufacturing - Jute or Hemp is:

Operations involve bale opening, picking, blending staple fiber, carding, combing, twisting, spinning and winding..



What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2220?

The related SIC Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2220 - Carpet or Rug Manufacturing - Jute or Hemp is:

Description for 2273 Carpets and Rugs

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing woven, tufted, and other carpets and rugs, such as art squares, floor mattings, needle punch carpeting, and door mats and mattings, from textile materials or from twisted paper, grasses, reeds, coir, sisal, jute, or rags.

  • Aircraft floor coverings, except rubber or plastics
  • Art squares, textile fiber
  • Art squares: twisted paper, grass, reed, coir, sisal, jute, and rag
  • Automobile floor coverings, except rubber or plastics
  • Axminster carpets
  • Bathmats and sets, textile
  • Carpets, textile fiber
  • Carpets: twisted paper, grass, reed, coir, sisal, jute, and rag
  • Chenille rugs
  • Door mats: twisted paper, grass, reed, coir, sisal, jute, and rag
  • Dyeing and finishing of rugs and carpets
  • Floor coverings, textile fiber
  • Floor coverings: twisted paper, grass, reed, coir, sisal, jute, and rag
  • Mats and matting, textile
  • Mats and matting: twisted paper, grass, reed, coir, sisal, jute, and rag
  • Rugs, except rubber or plastics
  • Scatter rugs, except rubber or plastics
  • Smyrna carpets and rugs, machine woven
  • Wilton carpets

Description for 2284 Thread Mills

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing thread of cotton, silk, manmade fibers, wool or similar animal fibers. Important products of this industry include sewing, crochet, darning, embroidery, tatting, hand-knitting, and other handicraft threads. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing thread of flax, hemp, and ramie are classified in Industry 2299.

  • Cotton thread
  • Crochet thread: cotton, silk, manmade fibers, and wool
  • Darning thread: cotton, silk, manmade fibers, and wool
  • Embroidery thread: cotton, silk, man-made fibers, and wool
  • Hand-knitting thread: cotton, silk, man-made fibers, and wool
  • Manmade fiber thread
  • Nylon thread
  • Polyester thread
  • Rayon thread
  • Sewing thread: cotton, silk, manmade fibers, and wool
  • Silk thread
  • Spinning thread: cotton, silk, manmade fibers, and wool
  • Tatting thread: cotton, silk, manmade fibers, and wool
  • Thread: except flax, hemp, and ramie

Description for 2281 Yarn Spinning Mills

Establishments primarily engaged in spinning yarn wholly or chiefly by weight of cotton, manmade fibers, silk, wool, mohair, or similar animal fibers. Establishments primarily engaged in dyeing or finishing purchased yarns or finishing yarns on a commission basis are classified in Industry 2231 if the yarns are of wool and in Industry 2269 if they are of other fibers. Establishments primarily engaged in producing specialty yarns or producing spun yarns of other fibers are classified in Industry 2299.

  • Acetate yarn, made from purchased staple: spun
  • Acrylic yarn, made from purchased staple: spun
  • Carded yarn, cotton
  • Carpet yarn, cotton
  • Combed yarn, cotton
  • Cordage yarn, cotton
  • Crochet yarn: cotton, silk, wool, and manmade staple
  • Darning yarn: cotton, silk, wool, and manmade staple
  • Embroidery yarn: cotton, silk, wool, and manmade staple
  • Knitting yarn: cotton, silk, wool, and manmade staple
  • Manmade staple fiber yarn, spun
  • Modacrylic yarn, made from purchased staple: spun
  • Nylon yarn, spinning of staple
  • Polyester yarn, made from purchased staple: spun
  • Polypropylene yarn, made from purchased staple: spun
  • Rayon yarn, made from purchased staple: spun
  • Spinning yarn: cotton, silk, wool, and manmade staple
  • Spun yarn: cotton, silk, manmade fiber, wool, and animal fiber
  • Weaving yarn: cotton, silk, wool, and manmade staple
  • Yarn, spun: cotton, silk, manmade fiber, wool, and animal fiber
  • Yarn: cotton, silk, wool, and manmade staple

Description for 2298 Cordage and Twine

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rope, cable, cordage, twine, and related products from abaca (Manila), sisal, henequen, hemp, cotton, paper, jute, flax, manmade fibers including glass, and other fibers.

  • Binder and baler twine
  • Blasting mats, rope
  • Cable, fiber
  • Camouflage nets, not made in weaving mills
  • Cargo nets (cordage)
  • Cord, braided
  • Cordage: abaca (Manila), sisal, henequen, hemp, jute, and other
  • Fish nets and seines, made in cordage or twine mills
  • Fishing lines, nets, seines: made in cordage or twine mills
  • Hard fiber cordage and twine
  • Insulator pads, cordage
  • Nets, rope
  • Rope, except asbestos and wire
  • Slings, rope
  • Soft fiber cordage and twine
  • Trawl twine
  • Twine
  • Wire rope centers

Description for 2211 Broadwoven Fabric Mills, Cotton

Establishments primarily engaged in weaving fabrics more than 12 inches (30.48 centimeters) in width, wholly or chiefly by weight of cotton. Establishments primarily engaged in weaving or tufting carpet and rugs are classified in Industry 2273; those making tire cord and fabrics are classified in Industry 2296; and those engaged in finishing cotton broadwoven fabrics are classified in Industry 2261.

  • Airplane cloth, cotton
  • Alpacas, cotton
  • Automotive fabrics, cotton
  • Awning stripes, cotton-mitse
  • Balloon cloth, cotton
  • Bandage cloths, cotton
  • Bark cloth, cotton
  • Basket weave fabrics, cotton
  • Bathmats, cotton: made in weaving mills
  • Batiste, cotton
  • Bedspreads, cotton: made in weaving mills
  • Bird' s eye diaper cloth, cotton
  • Blankets and blanketings, cotton-mitse
  • Bombazine, cotton
  • Book cloth-mitse
  • Broadcloth, cotton
  • Brocade, cotton
  • Brocatelle, cotton
  • Buckram-mitse
  • Bunting-mitse
  • Butter cloths
  • Cambric, cotton
  • Camouflage nets-mitse
  • Canton flannels, cotton
  • Canvas-mitse
  • Casement cloth, cotton
  • Chambrays
  • Cheesecloth
  • Chenilles, tufted textile-mitse
  • Cheviots, cotton
  • Chintz, cotton
  • Corduroys, cotton
  • Cotton broadwoven goods
  • Cottonades
  • Coutil, cotton
  • Coverts, cotton
  • Crash toweling, cotton
  • Crepes, cotton
  • Cretonne, cotton
  • Crinoline
  • Damasks, cotton
  • Denims
  • Diaper fabrics
  • Dimities
  • Dishcloths, woven: made in weaving mills
  • Draperies and drapery fabrics, cotton-mitse
  • Dress fabrics, cotton
  • Drills, cotton
  • Duck, cotton
  • Duvetyn, cotton
  • Elastic fabrics, cotton: more than 12 inches in width
  • Express stripes, cotton
  • Filter cloth, cotton
  • Flannelette
  • Flannels, cotton
  • Furniture denim
  • Gabardine, cotton
  • Galatea, cotton
  • Gauze-mitse
  • Ginghams
  • Glass toweling, cotton
  • Glove fabrics, cotton-mitse
  • Grosgrain, cotton
  • Handkerchief fabrics, cotton
  • Hickory stripes, cotton
  • Huck toweling
  • Interlining material, cotton
  • Jacquard woven fabrics, cotton
  • Jean fabrics, cotton
  • Laundry fabrics, cotton
  • Laundry nets-mitse
  • Lawns, cotton
  • Leno fabrics, cotton
  • Long cloth, cotton
  • Luggage fabrics, cotton
  • Marquisettes, cotton
  • Matelasse, cotton
  • Mitten flannel, cotton
  • Moleskins-mitse
  • Momie crepe, cotton
  • Mosquito netting-mitse
  • Muslin, cotton
  • Nainsook, cotton
  • Nets and nettings-mitse
  • Opaline, cotton
  • Organdy, cotton
  • Osnaburgs
  • Outing flannel, cotton
  • Oxfords (cotton fabrics)
  • Pajama checks, textile
  • Percale
  • Percaline, cotton
  • Pile fabrics, cotton
  • Pillow tubing-mitse
  • Pillow cases-mitse
  • Pin checks, cotton
  • Pin stripes, cotton
  • Piques, cotton
  • Plaids, cotton
  • Plisse crepe, cotton
  • Plushes, cotton
  • Pocketing twill, cotton
  • Pongee, cotton
  • Poplin, cotton
  • Press cloth
  • Print cloths, cotton
  • Ratine, cotton
  • Rep, cotton
  • Sailcloth-mitse
  • Sateens, cotton
  • Scrim, cotton
  • Scrub cloths-mitse
  • Seat cover cloth, automobile: cotton
  • Seersuckers, cotton
  • Sheets and sheetings, cotton-mitse
  • Shirting fabrics, cotton
  • Shoe fabrics-mitse
  • Silesia, cotton
  • Slipcover fabrics, cotton
  • Stretch fabrics, cotton
  • Suiting fabrics, cotton
  • Surgical fabrics, cotton
  • Table cover fabrics, cotton
  • Table damask, cotton
  • Tapestry fabrics, cotton
  • Tarlatan, cotton
  • Tentage-mitse
  • Terry woven fabrics, cotton
  • Tickings-mitse
  • Tobacco cloths-mitse
  • Towels and toweling, cotton: made in weaving mills
  • Tracing cloth, cotton
  • Trouserings, cotton
  • Tubing, seamless: cotton
  • Twills, cotton
  • Typewriter ribbon cloth, cotton
  • Umbrella cloth, cotton
  • Underwear fabrics, woven: cotton
  • Upholstery fabrics, cotton
  • Velours
  • Velveteens
  • Voiles, cotton
  • Waffle cloth, cotton
  • Washcloths, woven: made in weaving mills
  • Weaving mills, cotton broadwoven fabrics
  • Wignan, cotton
  • Window shade cloth, cotton
  • Yarn-dyed fabrics, cotton

Description for 2299 Textile goods, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing textile goods, not elsewhere classified, including linen goods, jute goods, felt goods, padding and upholstery filling and processed waste and recovered fibers and flock. Establishments primarily engaged in processing textile fibers to prepare them for spinning, such as wool scouring and carbonizing and combing and converting tow to top, are also classified here. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing woven wool felts and wool haircloth are classified in Industry 2231, and those manufacturing needle punch carpeting are classified in Industry 2273 . Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing embroideries are classified in Industry Group 239. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing lace goods are classified in Industry 2258. Establishments primarily engaged in sorting wiping rags or waste are classified in Wholesale Trade, Industry 5093.

  • Apparel filling: cotton mill waste, kapok, and related materials
  • Bagging, jute: made in jute weaving mills
  • Batts and batting cotton mill waste, kapok, and related materials
  • Burlap, jute
  • Carbonized rags
  • Coir yarns and roving
  • Crash, linen
  • Fabrics: linen, jute, hemp, ramie
  • Felt goods, except woven felts and hats: wool, hair, jute, or other
  • Felts, pressed or needle loom
  • Fibers, textile: recovery from textile mill waste and rags
  • Flax yarns and roving
  • Flock (recovered textile fibers)
  • Garnetting of textile waste and rags
  • Grease, wool
  • Hair, curled: for upholstery, pillow, and quilt filling
  • Handwoven fabrics
  • Hemp yarn, thread, roving, and textiles
  • Linings, carpet: felt except woven
  • Mats, felt: except woven
  • Narrow woven fabrics: linen, jute, hemp, and ramie
  • Noils, wool and mohair
  • Oakum
  • Packing, twisted jute
  • Padding and wadding, textile
  • Pads and padding, felt: except woven
  • Pads, fiber: henequen, sisal, istle
  • Pillow filling: curled hair (e.g., cotton waste, moss, hemp tow,
  • Pipe and boiler covering, felt
  • Polishing felts, except woven
  • Preparing textile fibers for spinning (scouring and combing)
  • Pressed felts
  • Processing of textile mill waste and recovering fibers
  • Punched felts
  • Quilt filling: curled hair (e.g., cotton waste, moss, hemp tow, kapok)
  • Ramie yarn, thread, roving, and textiles
  • Rayon tops, combing and converting
  • Recovering textile fibers from clippings and rags
  • Roves, flax and jute
  • Rug backing, jute or other fiber
  • Slubs and nubs (cutting up fibers for use in tweeds)
  • Textile mills: linen, jute, hemp, and ramie yarn, thread, and fabrics
  • Thread: linen, hemp, and ramie
  • Tops, combing and converting
  • Tops, manmade fiber
  • Tow to top mills
  • Towels and towelings, linen and linen-and-cotton mixtures-mitse
  • Trimming felts, except woven
  • Upholstery filling, textile
  • Wads and wadding, textile
  • Webbing, jute
  • Wool felts, pressed or needle loom
  • Wool scouring and carbonizing
  • Wool shoddy
  • Wool tops, combing and converting
  • Wool waste processing
  • Yarn, specialty and novelty
  • Yarn: flax, jute, hemp, and ramie
  • Yarn: metallic, ceramic, or paper fibers

Description for 2296 Tire Cord and Fabrics

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cord and fabric of manmade fibers, cotton, glass, steel, or other materials for use in reinforcing rubber tires, industrial belting, fuel cells, and similar uses.

  • Cord for reinforcing rubber tires, industrial belting, and fuel cells
  • Fabrics for reinforcing rubber tires, industrial belting, and fuel cells
  • Glass tire cord and tire cord fabrics
  • Steel tire cord and tire cord fabrics


What Are The Related Delaware Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2220?

The related DE Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2220 is:

0132 - Spinning or Weaving

What Are The Related Michigan Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2220?

The related MI Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2220 is:

2380 - Carpet or Rug Manufacturing

What Are The Related New Jersey Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2220?

The related NJ Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2220 is:

2402 - Carpet or Rug Manufacturing NOC
2222 - Cotton Spinning and Weaving
2352 - Cordage, Rope or Twine Manufacturing NOC

What Are The Related New York Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2220?

The related NY Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2220 is:

2302 - Silk Thread or Yarn Manufacturing

What Are The Related Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2220?

The related PA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2220 is:

0132 - Spinning or Weaving

What Are The Related Texas Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 2220?

The related TA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 2220 is:

2220 - Rug or Carpet Manufacturing. NOC

Workers Compensation Class Code 2220 - The Bottom Line

The NCCI Workers Comp Class Code for Carpet or Rug Manufacturing - Jute or Hemp is 2220.

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