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Complete Guide on Trademark Class 17

Complete Guide on Trademark Class 17

Trademark Class 17 is a category of goods under the Nice Classification system. It primarily includes rubber, gutta-percha, gum, asbestos, mica, and goods made from these materials. Class 17 encompasses a wide range of products related to rubber and rubber-like materials, as well as other materials with similar properties. Some common examples of goods falling under Class 17 include:

  1. Rubber in various forms, including sheets, rods, and tubes.
  2. Plastic substances in the form of films, sheets, and blocks.
  3. Insulating materials, such as electrical insulation tapes and sheets.
  4. Packing, stopping, and insulating materials.
  5. Flexible pipes and hoses.
  6. Rubber and plastic seals and gaskets.
  7. Asbestos and mica-based products.
  8. Non-metallic packing and cushioning materials.
  9. Semi-processed plastics in the form of powders, pellets, or resins.

Trademark Class 17 is specifically designated for goods related to rubber, gutta-percha, gum, asbestos, mica, and materials made from these substances. It distinguishes them from other categories of goods during the trademark registration process. When filing a trademark application, it is important to select the appropriate class(es) that accurately represent the goods or services associated with the trademark. This ensures proper identification and protection of the trademark within the relevant industry, particularly in relation to rubber products, insulating materials, and other similar substances.

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