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NONFERROUS-METAL PRODUCTS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED

(A preliminary report for this industry was issued October 31, 1940)

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Description of the industry. The establishments classified in this industry are engaged primarily in the production, from nonferrous metals, other than aluminum, of bearings and bushings, die castings, forged and hot-pressed parts, spun ware, and other nonferrous products not elsewhere classified.

Prior to 1939 the establishments of this industry formed a part of the "Nonferrous-metal alloys; nonferrous products, except aluminum, not elsewhere classified” industry. Figures comparable with those for 1939 have been prepared for 1937, but comparable figures for earlier census years are not available.

Cost of me terials, supplies, fuel,

Value purchased Value of added by electric en products manuergy, and

facture : contract work

Horsepower

of prime movers

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TABLE 2.-GENERAL STATISTICS IN DETAIL BY STATES: 1939

[See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS-Disclosure of data for individual establishments)

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Number of establishments !
Proprietors and firm members.
Persons reported by manufacturing establishments,
total 2

Salaried officers of corporations ?
Manufacturing:

Salaried employees ?

Wage earners (average for the year) 3.
Distribution
Construction

Other....
Salaries and wages, total 2

Salaried officers 2
Manufacturing:

Salaries

Wages
Distribution
Construction

Other Cost of materials, supplies, containers, fuel, purchased electric energy, and contract work, total

Materials, supplies, and containers.
Fuel
Purchased electric energy.

Contract work
Value of products.
Value added by manufacture
See footnotes at end of table.

358

557 4,285 139

1

19 $8,613, 108

605, 545 1, 273, 420 6,448, 378 270, 343 1, 688 13, 734

62, 004, 698 57, 843, 152 1, 271, 295 1, 570, 801

1,319, 450 141, 765, 939 79, 761, 241

612, 345 580, 289 10, 269 11, 380

10, 407 1, 658, 093 1.045, 748

4,988, 295 4, 800, 354

34,016 90, 071

63,854 11, 352, 340 6.364, 045

7, 263, 935 6,661, 613

181, 623 215, 775

204, 924 16, 582, 581 9, 318, 646

1, 653, 671 1,566, 793

31, 869 51, 913

3,096 4, 182, 869 2,529, 198

40, 966 36, 568 1, 626 1, 544

1, 228 122, 335 81. 369

1, 261, 611 1, 218, 662

14.834 23, 760

4, 355 2,651, 063 1,389, 452

11, 086, 974 10, 501, 195

240, 542 306, 814

38, 423 25, 314, 091 14, 227, 117

NONFERROUS-METAL PRODUCTS

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TABLE 2.-GENERAL STATISTICS IN DETAIL BY STATES: 1939–Continued

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Number of establishments 1
Proprietors and firm members.
Persons reported by manufacturing es-
tablishments, total !

Salaried officers of corporations -
Manufacturing:

Salaried employees'.
Wage earners (average for the

year)). Distribution Construction..

Other...
Salaries and wages, total ?

Salaried officers ?
Manufacturing:

Salaries 2

Wages.
Distribution
Construction

Other.
Cost of materials, supplies, containers,

fuel, purchased electric energy, and
contract work, total...

Materials, supplies, and containers..
Fuel
Purchased electric energy

Contract work...
Value of products.
Value added by manufacture

7 $431, 721

54, 349

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$1,045, 619

170, 943 143, 444 668, 026 58, 216 4,990

54, 827 272, 505 45, 315

6, 195

2, 615

4, 725

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I See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS--Definition of establishment.

: See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS-Persons engaged-general classification. à See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS--Wage earners and wages.

• Value of products less cost of materials, supplies, containers, fuel, purchased electric energy, and contract work. See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS_Value added by manufacture.

5 Colorado, 2 establishments; Delaware, 1; Florida, 2; Kansas, 1; Kentucky, 2; Nebraska, 1; Oklahoma, 1; Oregon, 4; Tennessee, 1; Texas, 2; Utah, 1; Virginia, 1; West Virginia, 1; Wyoming, 1. TABLE 3.–VALUE OF PRODUCTS FOR THE UNITED STATES: Table 4.–PRODUCTS, BY KIND AND VALUE, FOR THE UNITED 1939 AND 1937

STATES: 1939 AND 1937

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PRODUCT
Produced Produced

1937 in the in other Total

industry industries Total value...

$92, 288, 183 $23, 180, 024 $115, 468, 207 $109, 649, 523 Bearings and bushings (including antifriction linings)

28,079, 971 9, 112, 492 37, 192, 463 43, 254, 886 Die castings

27, 405, 707 1, 153, 627 28, 559, 334 28,072, 534 Finished castings: Cooking utensils.

252, 349

252, 349 420,000 Other

2, 255, 827 1,319, 756 3, 575, 583 3,055, 259 Forged and hot-pressed parts. 3,072, 199 2,858, 449 5, 930, 648 6, 837, 465 Fittings

19, 247, 0031

9, 247, 003 6,093, 641 Spun ware. 3, 455, 574 101, 535 3, 557, 109

2, 320, 913 Powder

1, 521, 708 270, 730 1, 792, 438 (*) Other nonferrous products classified in this industry..

16,997, 845 8, 363, 435

25, 361, 280 19, 594, 825

115, 468, 207

109, 649, 523

92, 288, 183

88, 636, 634

23, 180, 024

21,012, 889

1 Value of rods, tubing, rough castings, valves, screw-machine products, etc.

| Value of fittings reported by establishments classified in this industry only. No comparable data.

TABLE 6.—WAGE EARNERS ENGAGED IN MANUFACTURING, BY MONTHS, FOR THE UNITED STATES, 1939

AND 1937, AND BY STATES, 1939
(See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS.—Disclosure of data for individual establishments)

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TABLE 8.-PRIME MOVERS, MOTORS, GENERATORS, AND ELECTRIC ENERGY: 19391

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438 437

3 285

29 6,053

6 178

16 4,615

452

6

3, 101

2,570

2 1,500

Number of establishments..
Number of establishments reporting power equipment.
Prime movers, aggregate:

Number

Horsepower.
Prime movers, driving generators, total-

Number.

Horsepower.
Steam engines-

Number.

Horsepower.
Steam turbines-

Number..

Horsepower.
Diesel and semi-Diesel engines-
Number

Horsepower
Other internal-combustion engines 2
Number

Horsepower.
Hydroturbines and water wheels-

Number..

Horsepower. Prime movers, driving generators, ordinarily idle (included above),

horsepower Prime movers not driving generators, total

Number.

Horsepower.
Steam engines-

Number..
Horsepower.

3 300

Prime movers-Continued.

Prime movers not driving generators -Continued.
Diesel and semi-Diesel engines-

Number.

Horsepower
Other internal-combustion engines L
Number

Horsepower.
Prime movers not driving generators, ordinarily idle (included

above), horsepower. Generators, kilowatt rating, total.. Generators, driven by

Steam engines, kilowatt rating.
Steam turbines, kilowatt rating,
Diesel and semi-Diesel engines, kilowatt rating -
Other internal-combustion engines,» kilowatt rating.

Hydroturbines and water wheels, kilowatt rating-
Generators, ordinarily idle (included above), kilowatt rating-
Electric motors, total:

Number

Horsepower..
Driven by purchased energy-

Number..

Horsepower
Driven by energy generated in establishments reporting-

Number.

Horsepower.
Electric energy (kilowatt-hours) :

Generated in plant..
Purchased..

1, 713 1,000 172

91 125 1, 065

4 150

1 95

17, 774 83, 606

1,515

15, 718 78, 675

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Group 16.—ELECTRICAL MACHINERY

Description of the group of industries.—This group of 1. Wiring devices and supplies. industries embraces establishments engaged primarily

2. Carbon products for the electrical industry, and manuin the manufacture of machinery, apparatus, and sup

factures of carbon or artificial graphite.

3. Electrical measuring instruments. plies for employment directly in the generation,

4. Generating, distribution, and industrial apparatus, and storage, transmission, or utilization of electric energy.

apparatus for incorporation in manufactured products, The group includes the “Radios, radio tubes, and pho

not elsewhere classified. nographs" industry, but it does not cover establish

5. Electrical appliances.

6. Insulated wire and cable. ments whose principal products are electric-lighting

7. Automotive electrical equipment. fixtures, electric signs or motor-driven tools, mechanical

8. Electric lamps. refrigerators, washing machines, and other machines

9. Radios, radio tubes, and phonographs. and appliances constructed with built-in motors or other 10. Communication equipment. electrical equipment (such machines and appliances

11. Batteries, storage and primary (dry and wet).

12. X-ray and therapeutic apparatus and electronic tubes. being classified for census purposes in other industries),

13. Electrical products not elsewhere classified. unless the electrical equipment is made in the same plants by the same manufacturers and contributes at With the exception of the "Radios, radio tubes, and least one-half of the total value of the machines or phonographs” industry, which has been a separate appliances. (See second table, page 402.) The number industry beginning with the 1931 census, they were all of establishments shown in this report is therefore con- combined in the single industry “Electrical machinery, siderably smaller than the total number of manufac- apparatus, and supplies" at the censuses for 1931, 1933, turers commonly thought of as manufacturing electrical 1935, and 1937. Prior to the 1931 Census for Manuequipment.

factures, radios and radio tubes were included in the The following individual industries were combined “Electrical machinery, apparatus, and supplies” into make up the electrical machinery group in the Cen- dustry, but "Phonographs"

dustry, but “Phonographs” was a separate industry sus of Manufactures for 1939:

classification,

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ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL USE:

1939.

1937. Wiring devices and supplies

1939.

1937. Carbon products for the electrical industry, and manufactures of carbon or artificial graphite

1939.

1937. Electrical measuring instruments

1939.

1937 Generating, distribution, and industrial apparatus, and

apparatus for incorporation in manufactured products, not elsew here classified

1939.

1937. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES:

1939.

1937 INSULATED WIRE AND CABLE:

1939.

1937. AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:

1939.

1937. ELECTRIC LAMPS:

1939

1937. COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT AND RELATED PRODUCTS:

1939. 1937

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Radios, radio tubes, and phonographs-

1939.

1937. Communication equipment

1939.

1937. ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED:

1939. 1937

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Batteries, storage and primary (dry and wet) -

1939

1937. X-ray and therapeutic apparatus and electronic tubes

1939.

1937. Electrical products not elsewhere classified

1939. 1937.

19, 209, 426
18, 831, 906
2,744, 251
2, 759, 908

63, 176, 798
59, 208, 704
5,754, 928
5, 236, 157

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39, 048, 906
47, 989, 062

24, 182, 445
29. 710, 344

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i Cost of contract work is included in the figures for 1939, 1937, and 1935, but is not included in those for prior years. · Value of products less cost of materials, supplies, fuel, purchased electric energy, and contract work. See GENERAL EXPLANATIONS-Value added by manufacture,

Not called for on schedule. * Data not available.

The figures for "Refrigerators, mechanical" for the years prior to 1927 are included in part in those for this group and in part in those for the former "Foundry and machine-shop products, not elsewhere classified" industry.

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