Trademark Class 1 | Chemical Products
We, in ours this very informative, enlightening, and productive web article, are providing detailed information about all those chemicals and chemical products the trademarks related to which come under the trademark class 1, for proper, unambiguous, and perfect registrations of those in India and under all international trademark conventions and treaties of the whole world. Our IPR law firm located in Delhi is at present, one of the immensely famous, hugely popular, highly innovative, and leading IPR law firms of India, which has attained ample prominence and reputed in countries worldwide. Our flawless, swift, and reasonably-charged legal services for all different categories of the intellectual property, delivered at national and international levels worldwide, have been utilized quite profitably by a huge number of individuals, companies, firms, and multinational business and professional corporations so far, which are well-established and very successful in their respective economic fields.
The trademark class 1, is one of the 45 broad classes of internationally recognized trademark classification. This exclusive class of trademarks is dedicated to all chemicals (known as the class 1 chemicals) and chemical substances which are mainly used in the following substances, fields or industries:
- Manufacturing and other Industries
- Scientific and Research Industries
- Photographic Industries
- Unprocessed Plastics
- Unprocessed Artificial Resins
- Fire-extinguishing Compositions
- Tempering and Soldering Preparations
- Preservation of Foodstuffs
- Tanning Industries
- And, in Adhesives which are used in various Industries.
Companies and industries which deal in such trademark class 1 chemical products, can readily contact our prestigious and internationally acclaimed IPR law firm of India, for registering a trademark of their choice in India, or under any of the international conventions of the TRIPS Agreement, the European Community Trademark, the Berne Convention, or the Madrid Protocol. Here, it may be mentioned that the following chemical or other substances do not come under the trademark class 1 chemicals: natural resigns [class 2]; chemical substances used in medical science [class 5]; herbicides, fungicides, and diverse preparations used for destroying vermin [class 5]; salts for food reservation [class 30]; adhesives for household or stationery objectives [class 16]; and straw mulch [class 31].