ELECTRICAL APPARATUS MFG. — N.O.C.
This classification applies to the manufacture or shop repair of electrical apparatus, including but not limited to electric controls, switchboard assemblies, solenoids, electrical-mechanical switches, actuators and relay with a power rating of less than 746 watts (one horsepower) that is not specifically described by another classification.
The manufacture or shop repair of electrical apparatus, including but not limited to electric controls, switchboard assemblies, solenoids, electrical-mechanical switches and relays with a power rating of 746 watts or more shall be classified as 3643(1), Electric Power or Transmission Equipment Mfg., or 3643(2), Electric Control Panel or Switchgear Mfg. The manufacture or shop repair of electrical apparatus that are rated both at less than 746 watts and at 746 watts and above shall be classified based on the primary (over 50% of shop time) operation.
The manufacture or shop repair of electric motors shall be classified as 3569, Electric Motor Mfg. or Repair.
The manufacture of portable electric appliances that are not specifically described by another classification shall be classified as 3570, Electric Appliance Mfg.
The installation or repair of electrical apparatus away from the shop shall be classified as 3724(2), Electrical Machinery or Auxiliary Apparatus.
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Classification 3179 shall not be used for division of payroll in connection with Classifications 3643(1), Electric Power or Transmission Equipment Mfg. — N.O.C., or 3643(2), Electric Control Panel or Switchgear Mfg., unless the operation described by Classification 3179 constitutes a separate and distinct enterprise having no connection with the operations covered by Classifications 3643(1) or 3643(2).
Display and parts departments that are physically separated from the repair shop and sell parts commercially shall be separately classified as 8017(7), Stores — hardware.
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