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Description for 2824: Manmade Organic Fibers, Except Cellulosic

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 28: Chemicals And Allied Products

Industry Group 282: Plastics Materials And Synthetic Resins, Synthetic


2824 Manmade Organic Fibers, Except Cellulosic
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing manmade organic fibers, except cellulosic (including those of regenerated proteins, and of polymers or copolymers of such components as vinyl chloride, vinylidene chloride, linear esters, vinyl alcohols, acrylonitrile, ethylenes, amides, and related polymeric materials), in the form of monofilament, yarn, staple, or tow suitable for further manufacturing on spindles, looms, knitting machines, or other textile processing equipment. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing textile glass fibers are classified in Industry 3229.
  • Acrylic fibers
  • Acrylonitrile fibers
  • Anidex fibers
  • Casein fibers
  • Elastomeric fibers
  • Fibers, manmade except cellulosic
  • Fluorocarbon fibers
  • Horsehair, artificial nylon
  • Linear esters fibers
  • Modacrylic fibers
  • Nylon fibers and bristles
  • Olefin fibers
  • Organic fibers, synthetic except cellulosic
  • Polyester fibers
  • Polyvinyl ester fibers
  • Polyvinylidene chloride fibers
  • Protein fibers
  • Saran fibers
  • Soybean fibers (manmade textile materials)
  • Textured fibers and yarns noncellulosic: made in chemical plants
  • Vinyl fibers
  • Vinylidene chloride fibers
  • Zein fibers


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