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Description for 3822: Automatic Controls for Regulating Residential and Commercial Environments and Appliances

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 38: Measuring, Analyzing, And Controlling Instruments; Photographic, Medical And Optical Goods; Watches And Clocks

Industry Group 382: Laboratory Apparatus And Analytical, Optical, Measuring, and Controlling Instruments

3822 Automatic Controls for Regulating Residential and Commercial Environments and Appliances
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing temperature and related controls for heating and air-conditioning installations and refrigeration applications, which are electrically, electronically, or pneumatically actuated, and which measure and control variables such as temperature and humidity; and automatic regulators used as components of household appliances. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial process controls are classified in Industry 3823; those manufacturing motor control switches are classified in Industry 3625; those manufacturing switches for household appliances are classified in Industry 3643; and those manufacturing appliance timers are classified in Industry 3873.
  • Air flow controllers, air-conditioning and refrigeration except valves
  • Appliance regulators, except switches
  • Building services monitoring controls, automatic
  • Clothes dryer controls including dryness controls
  • Combination limit and fan controls
  • Combination oil and hydronic controls
  • Damper operators pneumatic, thermostatic, and electric
  • Electric air cleaner controls, automatic
  • Electric heat proportioning controls, modulating controls
  • Electric space heater controls, automatic
  • Energy cutoff controls, residential and commercial types
  • Fan control, temperature responsive
  • Flame safety controls for furnaces and boilers
  • Float controls, residential and commercial types
  • Gas burner automatic controls, except valves
  • Gradual switches, pneumatic
  • Humidistats wall, duct, and skeleton
  • Humidity controls, air conditioning types
  • Hydronic circulator control, automatic
  • Hydronic limit control
  • Hydronic pressure and temperature controls
  • Ice bunk controls
  • Ice maker controls
  • Ignition controls for gas appliances and furnaces, automatic
  • In-built thermostats, filled system and bimetal types
  • Incinerator control systems, residential and commercial types
  • Limit controls, residential and commercial heating types
  • Line or limit control for electric heat
  • Liquid level controls, residential and commercial heating types
  • Oven temperature controls, nonindustrial
  • Pneumatic relays, air-conditioning type
  • Pressure controllers, air-conditioning system type
  • Primary oil burner controls, including stack controls and cadmium
  • Refrigeration controls, pressure
  • Refrigeration thermostats
  • Refrigeration/air-conditioning defrost controls
  • Sequencing controls for electric heat
  • Static pressure regulators
  • Steam pressure controls, residential and commercial type
  • Surface burner controls, temperature
  • Switches pneumatic positioning remote
  • Switches, thermostatic
  • Temperature controls, automatic: residential and commercial types
  • Temperature sensors for motor windings
  • Thermocouples, vacuum: glass
  • Thermostats: air-conditioning, refrigeration, comfort heating,
  • Time program controls, air-conditioning systems
  • Vapor heating controls
  • Water heater controls

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