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1292.0 - Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 (Revision 1.0)  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 19/09/2008   
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Class 1813 Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing

This class consists of units mainly engaged in manufacturing basic inorganic chemicals, including dyes and pigments; chromium sulphate (used in leather tanning); acids; and salts. This class also includes units mainly engaged in manufacturing chlorine, sodium hydroxide and other alkali using electrochemical processes.
Primary activities
  • Acid, inorganic, manufacturing n.e.c.
  • Alkaline salt manufacturing n.e.c.
  • Aluminium hydroxide manufacturing
  • Ammonium hydroxide manufacturing
  • Calcium chloride (lime) manufacturing
  • Chromium sulphate manufacturing (for application in leather tanning)
  • Fluoride manufacturing
  • Hydrochloric acid manufacturing
  • Hydrofluoric acid manufacturing
  • Hydrogen peroxide manufacturing
  • Hypophosphite manufacturing
  • Industrial salt manufacturing
  • Inorganic dye or pigment manufacturing
  • Nitric acid manufacturing
  • Nitrite manufacturing
  • Phosphoric acid manufacturing
  • Silicate manufacturing
  • Sodium bicarbonate manufacturing
  • Sodium carbonate manufacturing
  • Sodium hydroxide manufacturing
  • Sulphide manufacturing
  • Sulphur compound manufacturing
  • Sulphuric acid manufacturing (except smelter by-product)
  • Zinc oxide manufacturing
  • Zinc peroxide manufacturing
      Units mainly engaged in
  • manufacturing bleaches and disinfectants are included in Class 1851 Cleaning Compound Manufacturing;
  • manufacturing synthetic organic dyes and pigments are included in Class 1812 Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing;
  • manufacturing fertilisers are included in Class 1831 Fertiliser Manufacturing;
  • manufacturing sulphuric acid as a smelter by-product are included in Class 2133 Copper, Silver, Lead and Zinc Smelting and Refining;
  • manufacturing inorganic herbicides, insecticides, fungicides and pesticides are included in Class 1832 Pesticide Manufacturing; and
  • manufacturing photographic chemicals are included in Class 1891 Photographic Chemical Product Manufacturing.

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