European Union Trademark No. 002084549 (Word) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: registration expired

 
Word mark

ADVANTICA
The European Union Trademark for ADVANTICA (Word) was filed on 12.02.2001 for goods and services in class(es) 37, 39, 40, 41 and 42 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 002084549 ADVANTICA is 'registration expired'.


 
Trademark information
NameADVANTICA
TypeWord
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
 
Filing date12.02.2001
Registration date24.10.2002
Expiry date12.02.2011
 
Nice classes37, 39, 40, 41 and 42
OwnerAdvantica Intellectual Property Limited
 LE11 3GR Loughborough,, Leicestershire, GB
 
RepresentativeSQUIRE PATTON BOGGS (UK) LLP
 EC2M 4YH London, GB
 
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 37 : Consultancy services relating to the installation of heating equipment, including burners for boilers, fires and cookers.
Class 39 : Consultancy services relating to gas transmission and distribution.
Class 40 : Consultancy services relating to the production of odorification in gases.
Class 41 : Training services relating to exploration technologies, drilling and well completions, gas to liquids and solids, geosciences, reservoir engineering, offshore production technologies, gas storage, transportation and liquefaction, servicing and fault diagnostics on heating systems and appliances, design of distributed databases to facilitate capture and intelligent retrieval of information, the analysis of pipeline structures, to the management of loads carried by pipelines and the pressure with which such loads are carried, to the measurement of the calorific value of gas, to the calibration of gas composition monitors and analyzers, to the metering of gas, to the calibration of gas meters and the implementation of gas metering, to process engineering, to the production of flowsheets and simulations relating to such process engineering, to the design and operation of plant for the dehydration, dew-point control of gas and for carbon dioxide and sulphur removal from gas, to the testing of client products for conformity to UK, European and International standards, to air emission modelling and monitoring, to the extend of contamination in land, to the usage and efficiency of usage of energy in the home, to the design of heating systems, burners for boilers, fires and cookers, to the formulation of safety procedures for the use of gas on domestic premises, to the monitoring and modelling of the composition and level of external gaseous emissions, to the quality assurance of domestic energy-using appliances, to feasibility studies for the use of, field trials of, demonstrations, design, control of operation, development, monitoring, control, performance evaluation, integration and efficiency maximization and fault correction of cooling equipment, heating equipment, combined heat and power systems, dehumidifiers, and gas engines, to computer simulations of energy losses from buildings, to the energy auditing and monitoring of buildings and to the target setting of energy usage of recuperative and regenerative burners, hot water boilers, steam generation boilers, kilns, metal melting furnaces, combustion processes involving gas and oxygen, conversion of utility boilers to dual-fuel supplies, reburn techniques in water tube utility boilers, to the development and performance testing of engines, engine durability, engine exhaust emissions, testing vehicles for performance, fuel consumption and exhaust emission, design of natural gas driven engines, to the assessment of risks and hazards in the use of fuel gas, to the prediction and experimental measurement of gas dispersion, gas build-up, fire and explosion and structural response, to the study of occupational hygiene, to geotechnical engineering and high pressure materials, to engineering materials relating to corrosion protection, to pipeline inspection technologies, to market information, surveys and potential for new technologies; to gas transmission and distribution, to the installation of heating equipment including burners for boilers, fires and cookers, to the production of ordorification in gases.... More
Class 42 : Consultancy, research and development services, all relating to exploration technologies, drilling and well completions, gas to liquids and solids, geoscience, reservoir engineering, offshore production technologies, gas storage, transportation and liquefaction, servicing and fault diagnostics on heating systems and appliances, design of distributed databases to facilitate capture and intelligent retrieval of information; consultancy services relating to the analysis of pipeline structures, to the management of loads carried by pipelines and the pressure with which such loads are carried, to the measurement of the calorific value of gas, to the calibration of gas composition monitors and analyzers, to the metering of gas, to the calibration of gas meters and the implementation of gas metering, to process engineering, to the production of flowsheets and simulations relating to such process engineering, to the design and operation of plant for the dehydration, dew-point control of gas and for carbon dioxide and sulphur removal from gas, to the testing of client products for conformity to UK, European and International standards, to air emission modelling and monitoring, to the extent of contamination in land, to the usage and efficiency of usage of energy in the home, to the design of heating systems, burners for boilers, fires and cookers, to the formulation of safety procedures for the use of gas on domestic premises, to the monitoring and modelling of the composition and level of external gaseous emissions, to the quality assurance of domestic energy-using appliances, to feasibility studies for the use of, field trials of, demonstrations, design, control of operation, development, monitoring, control, performance evaluation, integration and efficiency maximization and fault correction of cooling equipment, heating equipment, combined heat and power systems, dehumidifiers, and gas engines, to computer simulations of energy losses from buildings, to the energy auditing and monitoring of buildings and to the target setting of energy usage of recuperative and regenerative burners, hot water boilers, steam generation boilers, kilns, metal melting furnaces, combustion processes involving gas and oxygen, conversion of utility boilers to dual-fuel supplies, reburn techniques in water tube utility boilers, to the development and performance testing of engines, engine durability, engine exhaust emissions, testing vehicles for performance, fuel consumption and exhaust emission, design of natural gas driven engines, to the assessment of risks and hazards in the use of fuel gas, to the prediction and experimental measurement of gas dispersion, gas build-up, fire and explosion and structural response, to the study of occupational hygiene, to geotechnical engineering and high pressure materials, to engineering materials relating to corrosion protection, to pipeline inspection technologies, to market information, surveys and potential for new technologies.... More
 
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