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§27-249 Classification
Buildings and spaces shall be classified in the industrial occupancy group when they are used for fabricating, assembling, manufacturing, or processing products, materials, or energy, except that when any products or materials, or other products or materials used in their manufacture are highly combustible, flammable, or explosive, the occupancy shall meet the requirements for high hazard occupancies when the latter are more restrictive than the corresponding requirements for the industrial classification. The industrial occupancy group consists of sub groups D-1 and D-2.
§27-250 Occupancy Group D-1
Shall include buildings and spaces in which the fabrication, assembly, manufacturing, or processing represents a moderate fire hazard due to the extent and nature of such operations, or to the materials involved.

(a) Typical occupant activities: Canning, including food products and condensed and powdered milk manufacturer; dry cleaning or dyeing using or storing solvents having a flash point between 100° F and 138.2° F (Tag. closed-cup); electrolytic processes; glass manufacture, leather tanning and treating, excluding enamelling or japanning; sugar refining; textile milling, including canvas, cotton, cloth, bagging, burlap, carpets, and rugs; upholstering; woodworking; cotton dressmaking; and manufacturing or processing materials such as those outlined in subdivision (a) of section 27-246 of article four of this subchapter.
§27-251 Occupancy Group D-2
This group shall include buildings and spaces in which the fabrication, assembly, manufacturing, or processing represents a low fire hazard.
§27-252 Location Restrictions
No space classified in the industrial group D shall be located above the second story of any building or building section classified in construction group II containing a space classified in occupancy group J-1 or J-2.

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