STEEL MAKING OR PROCESSING
This classification applies to the reduction and casting of metal and the subsequent rolling of hot or cold steel to produce steel products, including but not limited to plate, sheet, rod, tube, pipe and coil stock.
Employers exclusively engaged in rolling metal shall be classified as follows:
- Employers engaged in the rerolling of cold metal stock shall be classified as 3400, Metal Goods Mfg., if more than 50% of the metal stock used is lighter than #9 gauge.
- Employers engaged in the by rerolling of metal stock shall be classified as 3018, if 50% or more of the metal stock used is #9 gauge or heavier.
- Employers engaged in the drawing of metal rod stock 1/2" in diameter and larger shall be classified as 3018.
- Employers engaged in the heating of metal stock and processing of same by rolling shall be classified as 3018.
Wire drawing shall be separately classified.
The manufacture of nonferrous extruded metal forms shall be classified as 3022, Pipe, Tube or Extrusion Mfg.
The fabrication of miscellaneous plate steel products and metal tanks when more than 50% of the metal used is #9 gauge or heavier shall be classified as 3620(2), Plate Steel Products Fabrication.
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Employers exclusively engaged in rolling metal shall be classified in accordance with the following guides:
Wire drawing or coke manufacturing shall be separately classified.
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