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3574 - Air Pressure or Steam Gauge Manufacturing

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NCCI Class Code 3574 - Air Pressure or Steam Gauge Manufacturing

Workers Compensation Class Code 3574 - Air Pressure or Steam Gauge Manufacturing

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The NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3574 - Air Pressure or Steam Gauge Manufacturing. Learn more about Workers Comp Class Code 3574 and its related General Liability, NAICS, and SIC codes.


What Is The Description Of The NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3574?

The description for the NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3574 - Air Pressure or Steam Gauge Manufacturing is:

Applies to arms .50 caliber or under. Cartridge mfg. or cartridge loading to be separately rated. See EXPLOSIVES. Includes mfg. of components, other than cartridge case mfg., mixing of fulminate, charging, or loading..



What Are The Related SIC Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 3574?

The related SIC Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3574 - Air Pressure or Steam Gauge Manufacturing is:

Description for 3483 Ammunition, Except for Small Arms

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ammunition, not elsewhere classified, or in loading and assembling ammunition more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch), including component parts. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bombs, mines, torpedoes, grenades, depth charges, chemical warfare projectiles, and their component parts. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing small arms ammunition are classified in Industry 3482; those manufacturing explosives are classified in Industry 2892; and those manufacturing military pyrotechnics are classified in Industry 2899.

  • Ammunition and component parts more than 30 mm. (or more than
  • Ammunition loading and assembling plants
  • Arming and fusing devices for missiles
  • Bag loading plants, ammunition
  • Bomb loading and assembling plants
  • Bombcluster adapters
  • Bombs and parts
  • Boosters and bursters
  • Canisters, ammunition
  • Caps, bomb
  • Chemical warfare projectiles and components
  • Depth charges and parts (ordnance)
  • Detonators for ammunition more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18
  • Detonators: mine, bomb, depth charge, and chemical warfare
  • Fin assemblies, mortar: more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch)
  • Fin assemblies, torpedo and bomb
  • Fuses for ammunition more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch)
  • Fuses: mine, torpedo, bomb, depth charge, and chemical warfare
  • Grenades and parts
  • Jet propulsion projectiles, complete
  • Loading and assembling bombs, powder bags, and shells: more than
  • Mines and parts (ordnance)
  • Missile warheads
  • Mortar shells, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch)
  • Primers for ammunition, more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch)
  • Projectile forgings, machined: for ammunition more than 30 mm. (or
  • Rockets (ammunition)
  • Shells, artillery: more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch)
  • Torpedoes and parts (ordnance)
  • Tracer igniters for ammunition more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18

Description for 3572 Computer Storage Devices

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing computer storage devices.

  • Auxiliary computer storage units
  • Computer storage units
  • Disk drives, computer
  • Drum drives, computer
  • Magnetic storage devices for computers
  • Optical storage devices for computers
  • Recorders, tape: for computers
  • Tape storage units, computer

Description for 3571 Electronic Computers

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic computers. Electronic computers are machines which: (1) store the processing program or programs and the data immediately necessary for execution of the program; (2) can be freely programmed in accordance with the requirements of the user; (3) perform arithmetical computations specified by the user; and (4) execute, without human intervention, a processing program which requires them to modify their execution by logical decision during the processing run. Included in this industry are digital computers, analog computers, and hybrid digital/analog computers. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing machinery or equipment which incorporate computers or a central processing unit for the purpose of performing functions such as measuring, displaying, or controlling process variables are classified based on the manufactured end product.

  • Computers: digital, analog, and hybrid
  • Mainframe computers
  • Microcomputers
  • Minicomputers
  • Personal computers

Description for 3575 Computer Terminals

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing computer terminals. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing point-of-sale, funds transfer, and automatic teller machines are classified in Industry 3578.

  • Cathode ray tube (CRT) teleprinter, multistation
  • Computer terminals
  • Multistation CRT/teleprinters
  • Teleprinters (computer terminals)

Description for 3999 Manufacturing Industries, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing miscellaneous fabricated products, including beauty shop and barber shop equipment; hair work; tobacco pipes and cigarette holders; coin-operated amusement machines; matches; candles; lamp shades; feathers; artificial trees and flowers made from all materials, except glass; dressed and dyed furs; umbrellas, parasols, and canes; and other articles, not elsewhere classified.

  • Advertising curtains
  • Amusement machines. coin-operated: except coin-operated
  • Artificial and preserved flowers, foliage, fruits, and vines: except
  • Artificial flower arrangements
  • Atomizers, other than medical
  • Badges for policemen and firemen-metal
  • Barber shop equipment
  • Barbers' clippers, hand and electric
  • Beach umbrellas
  • Beaded novelties
  • Beads, unassembled
  • Beauty shop equipment
  • Beekeeping supplies, except wood
  • Bone novelties
  • Book matches
  • Boutiquing: for the trade (decorating gift items)
  • Bric-a-brac
  • Bristles, dressing of
  • Burnt wood articles
  • Buttons: Red Cross, union, and identification
  • Calendars, framed
  • Candles
  • Canes and cane trimmings, except precious metal
  • Chairs, hydraulic: barber and beauty shop
  • Christmas tree ornaments, except electrical and glass
  • Christmas trees, artificial
  • Cigar and cigarette holders
  • Cigarette filters, not made in chemical plants
  • Cigarette lighter flints
  • Cleaners, pipe and cigarette holder
  • Combs, except hard rubber
  • Curlers, hair: designed for beauty parlors
  • Curls, artificial (hair)
  • Decalcomania work, except on china or glass: for the trade
  • Desk pads, except paper
  • Doll wigs
  • Down (feathers)
  • Dressing of furs: bleaching, blending, currying, scraping, and tanning
  • Driers, hair: designed for beauty parlors
  • Dusters, feather
  • Embroidery kits
  • Feathers: curling, dyeing, and renovating for the trade
  • Figures, wax: mannikins
  • Fingerprint equipment, except cameras and optical equipment
  • Fire extinguishers, portable
  • Flocking metal products for the trade
  • Fly swatters
  • Forms: display, dress, and show except shoe display forms
  • Frames and handles, handbag and luggage: except precious metal
  • Fruits, artificial, except glass
  • Fur stripping
  • Furniture, beauty shop and barber shop
  • Furs, dressed: bleached, curried, scraped, tanned, and dyed
  • Games, coin-operated: pinball and other
  • Globes, geographical
  • Gold stamping for the trade, except books
  • Glass
  • Grenades, hand (fire extinguishers)
  • Grinding purchased nut shells
  • Hair clippers for human use, hand and electric
  • Hair goods: braids, nets, switches, toupees, and wigs
  • Hair, dressing of, for the trade
  • Hairpin mountings
  • Hat blocks and display forms
  • Honeycomb foundations (beekeepers' supplies)
  • Hosiery kits, sewing and mending
  • Identification plates
  • Identification tags, except paper
  • Lamp shade frames
  • Lamp shades: except metal and glass
  • Lighters, cigar and cigarette: except precious metal and electric
  • Mannikins and display forms
  • Marionettes (puppets)
  • Massage machines, electric: designed for beauty and barber shops
  • Matches and match books
  • Military insignia, except textile
  • Models, except toy and hobby
  • Mosaics: ivory, shell, horn, and bone
  • Mountings, comb and hairpin: except precious metal
  • Music boxes
  • Musical chests
  • Novelties: bone, beaded, and shell
  • Pads, permanent waving
  • Painting instrument dials, for the trade
  • Parasols and frames: handles, parts, and trimmings-except precious
  • Pelts: scraping, currying, tanning, bleaching, and dyeing
  • Permanent wave equipment and machines
  • Picture plaques, laminated
  • Pipes, pipe stems, and bib: tobacco-except hard rubber
  • Plaques, picture: laminated
  • Plumes, feather
  • Preparation of slides and exhibits, for classroom use
  • Printing eyeglass frames for the trade
  • Puppets
  • Scenery for theaters, opera houses halls, and schools
  • Sewing kits, novelty: other than sewing cases and cabinets
  • Shades, lamp and candle: except glass and metal
  • Shell novelties
  • Shoe patterns
  • Slot machines
  • Smokers, bee (beekeepers' supplies)
  • Soap dispensers
  • Sponges, bleaching and dyeing of
  • Stage hardware and equipment, except lighting equipment
  • Stereographs, photographic
  • Sterilizers, beauty and barber shop
  • Straw goods
  • Stringing beads for the trade
  • Tape measures
  • Tear gas devices and equipment
  • Tinsel
  • Transformations, hair
  • Treating clock and watch dials with luminous material
  • Trees, Christmas, artificial
  • Trimmings, feather
  • Umbrellas and parts, except precious metal
  • Umbrellas: beach, garden, and wagon
  • Veils made of hair
  • Vibrators, electric: designed for beauty and barber shops
  • Walnut shell flour
  • Wigs, including doll wigs, toupees, or wiglets, except custom made
  • Wind chimes
  • Wool pulling
  • Wreaths, artificial
Description for 3484 Small Arms

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing small firearms having a bore 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less, and parts for small firearms. Also included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing certain weapons more than 30 mm. which are carried and employed by the individual, such as grenade launchers and heavy field machine guns. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing artillery and mortars having a bore more than 30 mm. (or more than 1.18 inch), and component parts, are classified in Industry 3489.

  • Barrels, gun: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Carbines, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Carts, machine gun and machine gun ammunition
  • Clips, gun: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Cylinders and clips, gun: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Firearms, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Grenade launchers
  • Gun sights, except optical: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Guns, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Guns, dart: except toy
  • Guns: BB and pellet
  • Links, for ammunition 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Machine gun belts, metallic: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Machine guns and parts, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Magazines, gun: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Mounts for guns, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Pistols and parts, except toy
  • Pyrotechnic pistols and projectors
  • Recoil mechanisms for guns, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Revolvers and parts
  • Rifles and parts, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Rifles, high compression pneumatic: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Rifles: BB and pellet
  • Rifles: pneumatic, spring loaded, and compressed air-except toy
  • Shotguns and parts
  • Submachine guns and parts

Description for 3829 Measuring and Controlling Devices, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing measuring and controlling devices, not elsewhere classified, including meteorological instruments. Important products of this industry are physical properties testing equipment, nuclear radiation detection and monitoring instrumentation, aircraft engine instruments (except flight), and liquid-in-glass and bimetal thermometers. Also included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing surveying and drafting instruments, such as alidades, transits, sextants, theodolites, slide rules, and T- squares.

  • Accelerometers, except aerospace type
  • Actinometers, meteorological
  • Alidades, surveying
  • Anamometers
  • Barographs
  • Barometers, mercury and aneroid types
  • Cable testing machines
  • Ceilometers
  • Chronometers, electronic
  • Clinical thermometers, including digital
  • Compasses, magnetic: portable type
  • Count rate meters, nuclear radiation
  • Drafting instruments and machines
  • Dynamometer instruments
  • Electrogamma ray loggers
  • Evaporation meters
  • Fare registers: e.g., for streetcars and buses
  • Fatigue testing machines, industrial: mechanical
  • Fuel densitometers, aircraft engine
  • Fuel mixture indicators, aircraft engine
  • Fuel system instruments, aircraft
  • Fuel totalizers, aircraft engine
  • Gauges except electric, motor vehicle: oil pressure and water
  • Gauging instruments, thickness: ultrasonic
  • Geiger counters
  • Hardness testing equipment
  • Humidity instruments, except industrial process and air-conditioning
  • Hydrometers, except industrial process type
  • Hygrometers, except industrial process type
  • Hygrothermographs
  • Instrumentation for reactor controls, auxiliary
  • Ion chambers
  • Kinematic test and measuring equipment
  • Level gauges, radiation type
  • Levels and tapes, surveying
  • Magnetometers
  • Map plotting instruments
  • Meteorogic tracking systems
  • Meteorological instruments
  • Nephoscopes
  • Nuclear instrument modules
  • Nuclear radiation detection and monitoring instruments
  • Personnel dosimetry devices
  • Photogrammetrical instruments
  • Photopitometers
  • Physical properties testing and inspection equipment
  • Pitometers
  • Pressure and vacuum indicators, aircraft engine
  • Pulse analyzers, nuclear monitoring
  • Pyrheliometers
  • Radiation measuring and detecting (radiac) equipment
  • Rain gauges
  • Restitution apparatus, photogrammetrical
  • Sample changers, nuclear radiation
  • Scalers, nuclear radiation
  • Scintillation detectors
  • Seismographs
  • Seismometers
  • Seismoscopes
  • Sextants, surveying
  • Solarimeters
  • Spectrometers, liquid scintillation and nuclear
  • Stereotopographs
  • Stress, strain, and flaw detecting and measuring equipment
  • Surveying instruments
  • Synchronizers, aircraft engine
  • Testers for checking hydraulic controls on aircraft
  • Testing equipment: abrasion, shearing strength, tensile strength, and
  • Theodolites, surveying
  • Thermocouples, except industrial process, aircraft type, and glass
  • Thermohydrometers
  • Thermometers, liquid-in-glass and bimetal types
  • Thrust power indicators, aircraft engine
  • Toll booths, automatic
  • Transducers, pressure
  • Transits, surveying
  • Turnstiles, equipped with counting mechanisms
  • Ultrasonic testing equipment
  • Vibration meters, analyzers, and calibrators
  • Viscosimeters, except industrial process type
  • Weather tracking equipment
  • Whole body counters, nuclear
  • Wind direction indicators
Description for 3824 Totalizing Fluid Meters and Counting Devices

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing totalizing (registering) meters monitoring fluid flows, such as water meters and gas, meters; and producers of mechanical and electromechanical counters and associated metering devices. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electricity integrating meters and electronic frequency counters are classified in Industry 3825, and those manufacturing industrial process instruments are classified in Industry 3823.

  • Controls, revolution and timing instruments
  • Counter type registers
  • Counters, revolution
  • Counters: mechanical, electrical, and electronic totalizing
  • Electromechanical counters
  • Electronic totalizing counters
  • Gasmeters: domestic, large capacity, and industrial
  • Gasoline dispensing meters (except pumps)
  • Gauges for computing pressure-temperature corrections
  • Impeller and counter driven flow meters
  • Integrating meters, nonelectric
  • Linear counters
  • Magnetic counters
  • Measuring wheels
  • Meters: gas, liquid, tallying, and mechanical measuring-except
  • Odometers
  • Parking meters
  • Pedometers
  • Positive displacement meters
  • Predetermined counters
  • Production counters
  • Propeller type meters with registers
  • Registers, linear tallying
  • Rotary type meters, consumption registering
  • Speed indicators and recorders, vehicle
  • Speedometers
  • Tachometer, centrifugal
  • Tally counters
  • Tallying meters: except electrical instruments, watches, and clocks
  • Tank truck meters
  • Taximeters
  • Totalizing meters, consumption registering, except aircraft
  • Turbine meters, consumption registering
  • Vehicle tank meters
  • Watermeters, consumption registering
Description for 3812 Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, Aeronautical, and Nautical Systems and Instruments

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing search, detection, navigation, guidance, aeronautical, and nautical systems and instruments. Important products of this industry are radar systems and equipment; sonar systems and equipment; navigation systems and equipment; countermeasures equipment; aircraft and missile control systems and equipment; flight and navigation sensors, transmitters, and displays; gyroscopes; airframe equipment instruments; and speed, pitch, and roll navigational instruments and systems. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing aircraft engine instruments or meteorological systems and equipment, including weather tracking equipment, are classified in Industry 3829.

  • Acceleration indicators and systems components, aerospace types
  • Air traffic control radar systems and equipment
  • Airborne integrated data systems/flight recorders
  • Aircraft flight instruments
  • Airframe equipment instruments
  • Airspeed instrumentation (aeronautical instruments)
  • Altimeters, aeronautical
  • Angle-of-attack instrumentation
  • Angle-of-yaw instrumentation
  • Artificial horizon instrumentation
  • Automatic pilots
  • Bank and turn indicators and, components (aeronautical instruments)
  • Cabin environment indicators, transmitters, and sensors
  • Compasses, gyroscopic and magnetic except portable
  • Distance measuring equipment (DME), aeronautical
  • Driftmeters, aeronautical
  • Fathometers
  • Glide slope instrumentation
  • Gyrocompasses
  • Gyrogimbals
  • Gyropilots
  • Gyroscopes
  • Heads-up display (HUD) systems, aeronautical
  • Horizon situation instrumentation
  • Hydrophones
  • Inertial navigation systems, aeronautical
  • Infrared homing systems, aeronautical
  • Instrument landing system instrumentation, airborne or airport
  • Light reconnaissance and surveillance systems and equipment
  • Machmeters
  • Missile guidance systems and equipment
  • Nautical instruments
  • Navigational instruments
  • Omnibearing instrumentation
  • Pictorial situation instrumentation
  • Position indicators, airframe equipment: e.g., for landing gear,
  • Radar systems and equipment
  • Radio magnetic instrumentation (RMI)
  • Rate-of-climb instrumentation
  • Sextants, except surveying
  • Sonabuoys
  • Sonar fish finders
  • Sonar systems and equipment
  • Space vehicle guidance systems and equipment
  • Taffrail logs
  • Warfare countermeasures equipment
  • Wheel position indicators and transmitters, aircraft
Description for 3823 Industrial Instruments for Measurement, Display, and Control of Process Variables; and Related Products

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial instruments and related products for measuring, displaying (indicating and/or recording), transmitting, and controlling process variables in manufacturing, energy conversion, and public service utilities. These instruments operate mechanically, pneumatically, electronically, or electrically to measure process variables, such as temperature, humidity, pressure, vacuum, combustion, flow, level, viscosity, density, acidity, alkalinity, specific gravity, gas and liquid concentration, sequence, time interval, mechanical motion, and rotation. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electrical integrating meters are classified in Industry 3825; those manufacturing residential and commercial comfort controls are classified in Industry 3822; those manufacturing all liquid-in-glass and bimetal thermometers and glass hydrometers are classified in Industry 3829; those manufacturing recorder charts are classified in Industry Group 275; and those manufacturing analytical and optical instruments are classified in Industries 3826 and 3827.

  • Absorption analyzers, industrial process type: e.g., infrared, X-ray
  • Analyzers, industrial process type
  • Annunciators, relay and solid-state types: industrial display
  • Boiler controls: industrial, power, and marine type
  • Buoyancy instruments, industrial process type
  • Chromatographs, industrial process type
  • Combustion control instruments, except commercial and household
  • Computer interface equipment for industrial process control
  • Controllers for process variables: electric, electronic, and pneumatic
  • Coulometric analyzers, industrial process type
  • Data loggers, industrial process type
  • Density and specific gravity instruments, industrial process type
  • Differential pressure instruments, industrial process type
  • Digital displays of process variables
  • Draft gauges, industrial process type
  • Electrodes used in industrial process measurement
  • Electrolytic conductivity instruments, industrial process type
  • Flow instruments, industrial process type
  • Fluidic devices, circuits, and systems for process control
  • Gas and liquid analysis instruments, industrial process type
  • Gas flow computers, industrial process type
  • Humidity instruments, industrial process type
  • Hydrometers, industrial process type
  • Industrial process control instruments
  • Infrared instruments, industrial process type
  • Level and bulk measuring instruments, industrial process type
  • Liquid analysis instruments, industrial process type
  • Liquid concentration instruments, industrial process type
  • Liquid level instruments, industrial process type
  • Magnetic flow meters, industrial process type
  • Manometers, industrial process type
  • Moisture meters, industrial process type
  • Nuclear reactor controls
  • Panelboard indicators, recorders and controllers: receiver type
  • Potentiometric self-balancing instruments, except X-Y plotters
  • Pressure gauges, dial and digital
  • Pressure instruments, industrial process type
  • Primary elements for process flow measurement: orifice plates
  • Programmers, process type
  • Pyrometers, industrial process type
  • Refractometers, industrial process type
  • Resistance thermometers and bulbs, industrial process type
  • Telemetering instruments, industrial process type
  • Temperature instruments: industrial process type, except glass and
  • Thermal conductivity instruments, industrial process type
  • Thermistors, industrial process type
  • Thermocouples, industrial process type
  • Thermometers, filled system: industrial process type
  • Time cycle and program controllers, industrial process type
  • Transmitters of process variables, standard signal conversion
  • Turbidity instruments, industrial process type
  • Turbine flow meters, industrial process type
  • Viscosimeters, industrial process type
  • Water quality monitoring and control systems
Description for 3579 Office Machines, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing office machines and de-vices, not elsewhere classified, including typewriters and word processing equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing photocopy and microfilm equipment are classified in Industry 3861.

  • Address labeling machines
  • Addressing machines, plates and plate embossers
  • Binding machines, plastics and adhesive: for store or office use
  • Canceling machinery, post office
  • Check writing, endorsing, signing, numbering, and protecting
  • Coin wrapping machines
  • Collating machines for store or office use
  • Dating devices and machines, except rubber stamps
  • Dictating machines, office types
  • Duplicating machines
  • Embossing machines for store and office use
  • Envelope stuffing, sealing, and addressing machines
  • Forms handling equipment for store and office use
  • Gummed tape moisteners for store and office use
  • Letter folding, stuffing, and sealing machines
  • List finders, automatic
  • Mail tying (bundling) machines
  • Mailing machines
  • Numbering machines, office and store: mechanical
  • Paper cutters and trimmers (hand office equipment)
  • Pencil sharpeners
  • Perforators (office machines)
  • Postage meters
  • Punches, paper: hand
  • Registers, autographic
  • Scalers for gummed tape: hand
  • Shorthand machines
  • Slipsheeting machines
  • Sorters, filing: office
  • Staple removers
  • Stapling machines, office
  • Ticket counting machines
  • Time-stamps containing clock mechanisms
  • Timeclocks and time recording devices
  • Typewriters
  • Voting machines
  • Word processing equipment

Description for 3559 Special Industry Machinery, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing special industry machinery, not elsewhere classified, such as smelting and refining equipment, cement making, clayworking, cotton ginning, glass making, hat making, incandescent lamp making, leather working, paint making, rubber working, cigar and cigarette making, tobacco working, shoe making, and stone working machinery, and industrial sewing machines, and automotive maintenance machinery and equipment.

  • Ammunition and explosives loading machinery
  • Anodizing equipment (except rolling mill lines)
  • Bag sewing and closing machines (industrial sewing machines)
  • Balancing equipment, automotive wheel
  • Boot making and repairing machinery
  • Brick making machines
  • Broom making machinery
  • Buttonhole and eyelet machines and attachments, industrial
  • Cement making machinery
  • Chemical kilns
  • Chemical machinery and equipment
  • Cigarette and cigar making machines
  • Clayworking and tempering machines
  • Concrete products machinery
  • Control rod drive mechanisms for use on nuclear reactors
  • Cork working machinery
  • Degreasing machines, automotive (garage equipment)
  • Degreasing machines, industrial
  • Desalination equipment
  • Die and hub cutting equipment (jewelry manufacturing)
  • Drying kilns, lumber
  • Electric screening equipment
  • Electron tube making machinery
  • Electroplating machinery and equipment, except rolling mill lines
  • Foundry machinery and equipment
  • Frame straighteners, automotive (garage equipment)
  • Fur sewing machines
  • Ginning machines, cotton
  • Glass making machinery: blowing, molding, forming, grinding, etc.
  • Hat making and hat renovating machinery
  • Jewelers' machines
  • Kilns: cement, wood, and chemical
  • Lamp making machinery, incandescent
  • Leather working machinery
  • Metal finishing equipment for plating, except rolling mill lines
  • Metal pickling equipment, except rolling mill lines
  • Metal smelting and refining machinery, except furnaces and ovens
  • Nuclear reactor control rod drive mechanisms
  • Optical lens machinery
  • Ozone machines
  • Packup assemblies (wheel overhaul)
  • Paint making machinery
  • Petroleum refinery equipment
  • Pharmaceutical machinery
  • Plastics working machinery
  • Pottery making machinery
  • Robots, plastics: for molding and forming
  • Rubber products machinery
  • Rubber working machinery
  • Scouring machines, tannery
  • Semiconductor manufacturing machinery
  • Sewing machines and attachments, Industrial
  • Shoe making and repairing machinery
  • Silver recovery equipment, electrolytic
  • Stone tumblers
  • Stone working machinery
  • Synthetic filament extruding machines
  • Tannery machines
  • Tile making machines
  • Tire grooving machines
  • Tire retreading machinery and equipment
  • Tire shredding machinery
  • Tobacco products machinery
  • Wheel mounting and balancing equipment, automotive
  • Wood drying kilns
  • Zipper making machinery

Description for 3639 Household Appliances, Not Elsewhere Classified

Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household appliances, not elsewhere classified, such as water heaters, dishwashers, food waste disposal units, and household sewing machines.

  • Buttonhole and eyelet machines and attachments, household
  • Dishwashing machines, household
  • Floor waxers and polishers, household: electric
  • Garbage disposal units, household
  • Sewing machines and attachments, household
  • Trash compactors, household
  • Water heaters, household: including nonelectric

What Are The Related California Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 3574?

The related CA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3574 is:

3574 - Machine Manufacturing
3070 - Computer Memory Disk Manufacturing
3681 - Instrument Manufacturing. - Electronic

What Are The Related Delaware Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 3574?

The related DE Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3574 is:

0445 - Hardware Manufacturing., NOC
0483 - Office Machine Manufacturing
0488 - Electronic Instrument Manufacturing

What Are The Related Michigan Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 3574?

The related MI Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3574 is:

3628 - Boat Hoist Manufacture
3574 - Adding, Computing, Recording, Office Machine or Computer Manufacturing

What Are The Related New Jersey Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 3574?

The related NJ Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3574 is:

3574 - Computer, Recording or Office Machine Manufacturing NOC
3571 - Air Pressure or Steam Gauge Manufacturing
3561 - Sewing Machine Manufacturing

What Are The Related Pennsylvania Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 3574?

The related PA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3574 is:

0445 - Hardware Manufacturing., NOC
0483 - Office Machine Manufacturing
0488 - Electronic Instrument Manufacturing

What Are The Related Texas Workers Compensation Code(s) for NCCI Workers Comp Class Code 3574?

The related TA Workers Comp Class Code(s) for NCCI Workers Compensation Class Code 3574 is:

3574 - Computing, Adding, Recording, or Office Machine Manufacturing. NOC
3629 - Ball or Roller Bearing Manufacturing
3685 - Air Pressure or Steam Gauge Manufacturing

Workers Compensation Class Code 3574 - The Bottom Line

The NCCI Workers Comp Class Code for Air Pressure or Steam Gauge Manufacturing is 3574.

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Get useful tips and information about how much commercial insurance costs, small business risks and exposures, how insurance regulations effect your businesses' and detailed descriptions of coverages and exclusions and more. Most small businesses need to buy the following four types of insurance at a minimum to cover their operations from every day risks:

Property Insurance: This policy covers a business if the property used in the business is damaged or stolen as the result of common perils like fire or theft. Commercial property insurance covers the buildings, structures and also business personal property - which includes furniture, inventory, raw materials, machinery, computers and other items.

Liability Insurance: Any company can be sued. Slip-and fall lawsuits are very common and be costly. Customers can claim you injured them or damaged their property - and lawsuits are very expensive. Commercial liability insurance pays damages and can include attorney's fees and other legal expenses. It also ca pay for the medical bills of injured third parties

Commercial Auto Insurance: For vehicles owned by the business. Commercial auto insurance pays bodily injury or property damage costs for which the business is found liable - up the the policy limits for liability and property damage.

Workers Compensation Insurance: In almost every state employers must provide workers comp when there are W2 employees. Workers compensation pays for the medical care of employees and can replace a portion of lost wages - regardless of who was at fault for the injuries.