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Description
Type of industry
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Documented values: 26
Requires
Status: In usePage for proposal

You can describing the type of industry using the tag industrial=*

Values

Tag Element Comments
industrial=aluminium_smelting Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Aluminium smelting factory - producing aluminium
industrial=bakery Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Bakery - industrial facility that produces flour-based food.
industrial=brewery Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Brewery - production of beer in large quantity
industrial=brickyard Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Brickyard - brick making factory
industrial=depot Node Area Place where vehicles are stored and served. Apart from landuse=garages, area and vehicles at industrial=depot usually belong to the single entity (police or firefighter's department, transportation company etc).
industrial=distributor Node Area A distributor for some product. Does not generally sell to the public.
industrial=factory Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Factory - a place where manufacturing takes place, not otherwise specified.
industrial=furniture Node Area Furniture factory
industrial=gas Node Area
industrial=grinding_mill Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Grinding mill - a device that breaks solid materials into smaller pieces by grinding, crushing, or cutting. The aftermath is powdered product, not liquid extract like oil mill.
industrial=heating_station Node Area Heat production station. See Wikipedia-16px.png District heating. Should be combined with power=* tag.
industrial=ice_factory Node Area A place where ice are made and sold (e.g. to fishing boat).
industrial=machine_shop Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Machine shop - a place where a variety of parts are Wikipedia-16px.png machined for different companies.
industrial=mine Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Mine - extraction of mineral resources from the ground
industrial=mobile_equipment Node Area A place where mobile equipment of some kind is sold or rented.
industrial=oil_mill Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Oil mill - a mill designed to crush or bruise oil-bearing seeds, such as linseed or peanuts, or other oil-rich vegetable material.
industrial=oil Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Oil industry - includes the global processes of exploration, extraction, refining, and marketing petroleum products.
industrial=port Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Port area handling commercial traffic. Alternative to landuse=port that is friendlier to data consumers.
industrial=salt_pond Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png A salt pond is where water containing salt is sun-heated, and salt is extracted by humans (typically sea-water, but not always). Alternative to landuse=salt_pond that is friendlier to data consumers.
industrial=sawmill Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Sawmill - a place where logs are turned into wood products including lumber and plywood.
industrial=scrap_yard Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Wrecking yard - place where decommissioned vehicles are brought for dismantling.
industrial=shipyard Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Shipyard - place where ships are constructed.
industrial=slaughterhouse Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Slaughterhouse - place where animals are slaughtered.
industrial=steelmaking Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Steelmaking factory - producing steel from iron ore and scrap
industrial=warehouse Node Area Wikipedia-16px.png Warehouse - a place where goods are stored and shipped from but not manufactured.
industrial=well_cluster Node Area
industrial=wellsite Node Area