Trademark Class 7 is a category of goods under the Nice Classification system. It primarily includes machines and machine tools. Class 7 encompasses a wide range of mechanical and electrical devices used in various industries for manufacturing, processing, and performing mechanical operations. Some common examples of goods falling under Class 7 include:
- Machines and machine tools for industrial use.
- Motors and engines (except for land vehicles).
- Agricultural machines and implements.
- Machine parts and accessories.
- Power-operated tools and equipment.
- Pumps and compressors.
- Printing machines and presses.
- Packaging machines and equipment.
- Mining, construction, and earthmoving machines.
- Machines for food and beverage processing.
Trademark Class 7 is specifically designated for goods related to machines and machine tools, distinguishing 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, specifically in relation to machines and mechanical devices.