Trademark Class 1 pertains to a specific category of goods under the Nice Classification system. Class 1 primarily includes chemicals used in various industries, as well as scientific and photographic fields. It covers a wide range of chemical products used in different sectors. Some common examples of goods falling under Class 1 include:
- Chemicals for use in industry, science, and photography.
- Unprocessed artificial resins and plastics.
- Manures and fertilizers for agricultural and horticultural purposes.
- Fire extinguishing compositions.
- Chemical substances for preserving foodstuffs.
- Tanning substances, adhesives, and glues for industrial purposes.
- Raw natural resins and raw synthetic resins.
- Chemical preparations for use in soldering, brazing, and welding.
It is important to note that trademarks are classified based on the goods or services they represent. Class 1 specifically focuses on chemicals, distinguishing them from other categories of goods in the trademark registration process. When filing a trademark application, it is crucial to select the appropriate class(es) that accurately reflect the nature of the goods or services associated with the trademark. This ensures proper identification and protection of the trademark within the relevant industry.