Industrial Facility Occupancies

 

Industrial facility occupancies are for use with the AIR U.S. Earthquake and Hurricane models, AIR Earthquake Model for Hawaii, AIR Tropical Cyclone Model for Hawaii, AIR Hurricane Model for Central America, AIR Earthquake Model for South America, AIR Hurricane Model for Caribbean, AIR Tropical Cyclone Model for India, AIR Earthquake Model for Japan, AIR Typhoon Model for Japan, and AIR Australia Earthquake and Tropical Cyclone models. If used with any other peril, these occupancies will be mapped back to a 300 series industrial occupancy class code.

AIR provides the following codes for industrial facility occupancies:

Occupancy Code

Category

SIC2-Digit

Description

400

Unknown Industrial Facility

 

A composite of all other industrial facility occupancies. You should select this code if you have no specific information about the industrial facility risk.

401

Heavy Fabrication and Assembly - General

 

Includes manufacturing and processing of automobiles, fabricated metals, machinery/equipment for industry, transportation equipment, pulp/paper and allied products, textile products, lumber and wood products, and stone/glass/clay/ceramics products.

402

Automotive Manufacturing

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 401.

403

Fabricated Metal Products

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 401.

404

Industrial and Commercial Machinery and Equipment

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 401.

405

Transportation Equipment Assembly

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 401.

406

Pulp/Paper and Allied Products Manufacturing

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 401.

407

Textile Mill Products

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 401.

408

Lumber and Wood Products (Except Furniture)

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 401.

409

Stone/Clay/Glass/Ceramics Products

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 401.

414

Light Fabrication and Assembly - General

 

Includes manufacturing and processing of furniture/fixtures, apparel, printing/publishing/allied products, rubber, miscellaneous products, leather/leather products, electronic/other electronic equipment (except computer equipment), measuring/controlling instruments, photographic/medical/optical goods, watches/clocks, tire manufacturers, and miscellaneous manufacturing industries.

415

Furniture and Fixtures

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 414.

416

Apparel and Finished Products from Fabrics

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 414.

417

Print/Publishing and Allied Industries

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 414.

418

Rubber and Miscellaneous Plastics Products

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 414.

419

Leather and Leather Products

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 414.

420

Electronic and Other Electrical Equipment (Except Computer Equipment)

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 414.

421

Measuring, Analyzing, and Controlling Instruments

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 414.

422

Photographic, Medical, and Optical Goods

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 414.

423

Watches and Clocks

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 414.

424

Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industries

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 414.

425

Tire Manufacturers

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 414.

429

Food and Drug Processing - General

 

Includes food and beverage manufacturing and processing and the manufacturing of cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco, pharmaceuticals, biological products, wineries, and smoking tobacco.

430

Food and Kindred Products

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 429.

431

Tobacco Products

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 429.

432

Pharmaceutical Plants

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 429.

433

Biological Products (Except Diagnostic) Medicinals/Botanicals/Biomedical

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 429.

434

Wineries

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 429.

438

Chemical Processing - General

 

Establishments involved in the manufacture of basic chemicals including acids, alkalis, salts, and organic chemicals and of chemical products that are to be used in further manufacturing including synthetic fibers, plastic materials, dry colors, and pigments. Includes the manufacture of finished products used for ultimate consumption including drugs, cosmetics, and soaps, as well as products used as supplies in other industries including paints, fertilizers, and explosives.

439

Chlorine Plants

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 438.

440

Vinyl Plants

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 438.

441

Light Hydrocarbon or Aromatics Plants

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 438.

442

Plastics Plants

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 438.

443

Chlorhydrin Plants

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 438.

444

Fertilizer Plants

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 438.

445

Cement Plants/Cement Mills

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 438.

446

Other Chemical and Allied Products

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 438.

449

Metal and Minerals Processing - General

 

Includes the smelting and refining of metals, the manufacture of castings, other basic metal products, nails, spikes, insulated wire, and cable, the production of coke, the fabrication of metal products including metal cans, tin ware, hand tools, cutlery, and general hardware, and metal forging.

450

Primary Metal Industry

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 449.

451

Steel Mills

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 449.

452

Smelters

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 449.

455

High Technology - General

 

Includes occupancies involved in the manufacture of machinery and supplies for the generation, storage, transmission, transformation, and utilization of electrical energy including electricity distribution equipment, industrial apparatus, household appliances, electrical lighting, and wiring equipment. Includes manufacturing instruments for measuring, testing, analyzing, and controlling, optical instruments and lenses, surveying and drafting instruments, hydrological, meteorological, navigational, surgical, medical, ophthalmic, and photographic equipment, semi-conductor, computer/electronic devices, and allied products.

456

Semi-conductor and Related Devices

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 455.

457

Electronic Computer Devices

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 455.

458

Computer Storage Devices

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 455.

459

Electron Tubes

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 455.

460

Printed Circuit Boards

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 455.

463

General Building/Construction Contractors

 

This occupancy includes general contractors and builders of residential, farm, industrial, commercial, and other buildings, as well as general contractors involved in heavy construction including highways, streets, bridges, tunnels, etc. Also included are special trade contractors including painting, electrical work, carpentry work, plumbing, heating, roofing, etc.

464

Heavy Constructions

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 463.

465

Special Trade Contractors

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 463.

470

Mining - General

 

Includes mining and exploring for metallic and nonmetallic minerals, as well as mining and preparation of coal. Includes the extraction of oil from sand and shale and the production of natural gasoline.

471

Mining Operations

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 470.

472

Metal Mining

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 470.

473

Coal Mining

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 470.

474

Mining/Quarrying - Non-Metallic Mineral (Except Fuels)

 

This occupancy class code is represented by occupancy class code 470.

475

Oil Refinery Systems - General

 

An oil refinery is an industrial process plant where crude oil is processed and refined into more useful petroleum products, such as gasoline, diesel fuel, asphalt base, heating oil, kerosene, and liquefied petroleum gas. Oil refineries are typically large sprawling industrial complexes with extensive piping running throughout, carrying streams of fluids between large chemical processing units. Includes establishments involved in petroleum refining, in the manufacture of paving and roofing materials, of compounding and lubricating oils and greases. Also includes the transportation of petroleum and other commodities, other than natural gas, through pipelines.

476

Hydro-Electric Power Systems - General

 

Establishments engaged in the generation, transmission, and/or distribution of electric energy for sale. Includes electric power generation, transmission, dams, or distribution.

477

Thermo-Electric Power Systems - General

 

Establishments engaged in the generation, transmission, and/or distribution of electric energy for sale. Includes electric power generation, transmission, or distribution.

479

Electric Substations

 

Substations generally contain one or more transformers and have switching, protection, and control equipment. Circuit breakers are used to interrupt any short-circuits or overload currents that may occur on the network. Substations here do not have generators, although a power plant may have a substation nearby. A typical substation will contain line termination structures, high-voltage switchgear, power transformers, switchgear, surge protection, controls, grounding (earthing) system, lightning arrester, and metering. Other devices such as power factor correction capacitors and voltage regulators may also be located at a substation.

480

Potable Water Systems - General

 

Establishments primarily engaged in distributing water for sale for domestic, commercial, and industrial use.

481

Waste Water Treatment Systems - General

 

Establishments primarily engaged in the collection and disposal of wastes conducted through a sewer system, including such treatment processes as may be provided and establishments primarily engaged in the collection and disposal of refuse by processing or destruction or in the operation of incinerators, waste treatment plants, landfills, or other sites for disposal of such materials.

482

Gas Processing Systems - General

 

Establishments engaged in the transmission and distribution and/or storage of natural gas for sale.

483

Communication Systems - General

 

 

484

Agriculture Systems - General

 

 

485

Bus Systems - General

 

 

486

International Ports

 

For use with AIR Earthquake Model for Japan.

487

Domestic Ports

 

For use with AIR Earthquake Model for Japan.

488

Airport Systems - General

 

 

 

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Touchstone 3.0 Updated December 02, 2016