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Description for 3291: Abrasive Products

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 32: Stone, Clay, Glass, And Concrete Products

Industry Group 329: Abrasive, Asbestos, And Miscellaneous

3291 Abrasive Products
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing abrasive grinding wheels of natural or synthetic materials, abrasive-coated products, and other abrasive products. The cutting of grindstones, pulpstones, and whetstones at the quarry is classified in Division B, Mining.
  • Abrasive buffs, bricks, cloth, paper, sticks, stones, wheels, etc.
  • Abrasive grains, natural and artificial
  • Abrasive-coated products
  • Abrasives, aluminous
  • Aluminum oxide (fused) abrasives
  • Boron carbide abrasives
  • Bort, crushing
  • Buffing and polishing wheels, abrasive and nonabrasive
  • Cloth: garnet, emery, aluminum oxide, and silicon carbide coated
  • Corundum abrasives
  • Diamond dressing wheels
  • Diamond powder
  • Emery abrasives
  • Garnet abrasives
  • Grinding balls, ceramic
  • Grindstones, artificial
  • Grit, steel
  • Hones
  • Metallic abrasives
  • Oilstones, artificial
  • Pads, scouring: soap impregnated
  • Paper: garnet, emery, aluminum oxide, and silicon carbide coated
  • Polishing rouge (abrasive)
  • Polishing wheels
  • Pumice and pumicite abrasives
  • Rouge, polishing
  • Rubbing stones, artificial
  • Sandpaper
  • Scythe-stones, artificial
  • Silicon carbide abrasives
  • Sponges, scouring: metallic
  • Steel shot abrasives
  • Steel wool
  • Tripoli
  • Tungsten carbide abrasives
  • Wheels, abrasive: except dental
  • Wheels, diamond abrasive
  • Wheels, grinding: artificial
  • Whetstones, artificial

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