Class Code: 2220

Per NCCI's Scopes Code Description:

Yarn or Thread Mfg.—Cotton—operations involve bale opening, picking and blending staple fiber, carding, combing, twisting, spinning and winding. Raw materials generally consist of loose yarn or raw cotton. Rayon staple fiber may be used; in such instances the rayon carding is substantially the same as cotton fiber carding.

Cotton Spinning and Weaving—operations contemplate bale breaking, picking, lapping, carding, drawing and spinning cotton yarn. Loom weaving, inspection and dyeing follows. The finished cloth is generally used by manufacturers of clothing, drapes, seat covers, etc. Bleaching and dyeing operations are normal and incidental when performed in connection with the insured’s own product.

Jute, Hemp or Flax Spinning and Weaving and Jute or Hemp Carpet or Rug Mfg.—applies to the processing of new or used fibers which are spun or twisted and then woven into such products as webbing, bagging, rugs, carpet linings, plumbers oakum (packing), etc. The treating and twisting of animal hair for upholsterers’ use is also covered by this class.

Cord or Twine Mfg.—Cotton—covers the manufacture of cotton cord, twine or string made by a twisting or braiding process to produce fish lines, shade and awning cords and venetian blind cords.

Cordage, Rope or Twine Mfg. NOC—soft or hard fibers (manila, sisal, flax, jute, hemp) are processed on openers, pickers, breakers, draw frames and twisters. The braiding of yarn into rope-like strands and the treatment of rope (bought or manufactured) to prevent deterioration also fall within this class.

The manufacture of linen cloth is additionally assigned to Code 2220.

A risk need not engage in both spinning and weaving operations to qualify for this classification. This classification contemplates risks that engage in weaving goods from premanufactured fibers (such as those described above), even though the risk does not engage in any spinning operations.

Rate per $100. of Renumeration: $ 2.41

Construction Exemption Required: No