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Description for 2515: Mattresses, Foundations, and Convertible Beds

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 25: Furniture And Fixtures

Industry Group 251: Household Furniture


2515 Mattresses, Foundations, and Convertible Beds
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing innerspring mattresses, box spring mattresses, and non-innerspring mattresses containing felt, foam rubber, urethane, hair, or any other filling material; and assembled wire springs (fabric, coil, or box) for use on beds, couches, and cots. This industry also includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing dual-purpose sleep furniture, such as convertible sofas and chair beds, regardless of the material used in the frame. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing automobile seats and backs are classified in Industry 2531; those manufacturing individual wire springs are classified in Industry 3495; and those manufacturing paddings and upholstery filling are classified in Industry 2299.
  • Beds, sleep-system ensembles: flotation and adjustable
  • Beds, sofa and chair: on frames of any material
  • Bedsprings, assembled
  • Box springs, assembled
  • Chair and couch springs, assembled
  • Cot springs, assembled
  • Cushion springs, assembled
  • Cushions, spring
  • Foundations, bed: spring, foam, and platform
  • Mattresses, containing felt, foam rubber, urethane, etc.
  • Mattresses: innerspring, box spring, and non-innerspring
  • Sofas, convertible
  • Spring cushions


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