This classification applies to electroplating, which is the process of applying a metallic coating to a metal surface by electrodeposition, performed for other concerns on a fee basis. Electroplated coatings include but are not limited to gold, silver, nickel, copper and chromium. This classification also applies to electrogalvanizing, which is the process of applying a zinc coating to a metal surface by electrodeposition, performed for other concerns on a fee basis. This classification also applies to anodizing, detinning, electropolishing, passivation or chemical milling operations performed for other concerns on a fee basis.
Electroplating, electrogalvanizing, anodizing, detinning, electropolishing, passivation or chemical milling operations, when performed by the same employer in connection with its manufacturing, repair or service operations, shall be assigned to the applicable manufacturing, repair or service classification.
Hot dip galvanizing shall be classified as 3372(4), Galvanizing — hot dip.
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This classification shall not be used for division of payroll in connection with any other classification (other than the Standard Exceptions or General Exclusions) unless the operations described by Classification 3372(1) constitute a separate and distinct enterprise having no connection with the operations covered by any other applicable classification.
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