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Description for 3351: Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding Of Copper

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 33: Primary Metal Industries

Industry Group 335: Rolling, Drawing, And Extruding Of Nonferrous


3351 Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding Of Copper
Establishments primarily engaged in rolling, drawing, and extruding copper, brass, bronze, and other copper base alloy basic shapes, such as plate, sheet, strip, bar, and tubing. Establishments primarily engaged in recovering copper and its alloys from scrap or dross are classified in Industry 3341.
  • Bands, shell copper and copper alloy-made in copper rolling mills
  • Bars, copper and copper alloy
  • Brass rolling and drawing
  • Bronze rolling and drawing
  • Cartridge cups, discs, and sheets copper and copper alloy
  • Cups, primer and cartridge copper and copper alloy
  • Extruded shapes, copper and copper alloy
  • Pipe, extruded and drawn: brass, bronze, and copper
  • Plates, copper and copper alloy
  • Primer cups, copper and copper alloy
  • Rails, rolled and drawn: brass, bronze, and copper
  • Rods, copper and copper alloy
  • Rolling, drawing, and extruding of copper and copper alloys
  • Rotating bands, copper and copper alloy
  • Sheets, copper and copper alloy
  • Shell discs, copper and copper alloy
  • Slugs, copper and copper alloy
  • Strip, copper and copper alloy
  • Tubing, copper and copper alloy
  • Wire, copper and copper alloy made in brass mills


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