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Classification Phraseology as of:
1/1/2018
 
Classification Code:
5129
 
Phraseology:
INTEGRATED CIRCUIT OR SEMICONDUCTOR PROCESSING EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION, SERVICE OR REPAIR — away from shop
Footnote:
This classification applies to the installation, service or repair of machinery, equipment or instruments used in the manufacturing or processing of semiconductor wafers, including but not limited to vapor ovens, wafer inspection stations, wafer probe systems, wet processing equipment, photo mask inspection equipment, diffusion etching machines, wafer cleaning equipment, wafer dicing saws and plasma etching machines. This classification also applies to the installation, service or repair of machinery used to manufacture or process integrated circuit chips. This classification includes the installation of low voltage cabling that is performed in connection with equipment installation, service or repair operations by the same employer.

The installation of low voltage communications cabling within buildings that is not performed in connection with the installation, service or repair of equipment by the same employer shall be classified as 5195, Communications Cabling.

The installation of electrical wiring within buildings shall be classified as 5140/5190, Electrical Wiring — within buildings.

The manufacture or shop repair of electronic or electronically controlled manufacturing equipment for the integrated circuit or semiconductor industry shall be classified as 3681(1), Instrument Mfg. — electronic.

The manufacture of electronic integrated circuit chips or semiconductor wafers shall be classified as 4112, Integrated Circuit and Semiconductor Wafer Mfg.

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