European Union Trademark No. 000431403 (Word) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: registered

 
Word mark

CHEMETALL
The European Union Trademark for CHEMETALL (Word) was filed on 15.01.1997 for goods and services in class(es) 1, 2, 3, 4 and 17 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 000431403 CHEMETALL is 'registered'.


 
Trademark information
NameCHEMETALL
TypeWord
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
 
Filing date15.01.1997
Registration date06.11.1998
Expiry date15.01.2027
 
Nice classes1, 2, 3, 4 and 17
OwnerChemetall GmbH
 60487 Frankfurt am Main, DE
 
RepresentativeDENNEMEYER & ASSOCIATES
 1274 Howald, LU
 
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 1 : Chemicals for industrial purposes, namely for the surface treatment of metallic and plastics surfaces, especially salts and mixtures of salts as well as chromating agents for treating surfaces of metals and metal alloys for the purpose of producing effects on and especially of chemically altering such surfaces, for protecting them from corrosion, for removing from them corrosion products, corrosion inhibitors and paints, for facilitating adhesion of lacquers, paints and other coatings, for facilitating electrical insulation, for facilitating cold forming and for improving slipperiness or other properties that can be affected by surface treatment; chemicals for industrial purposes namely for cleaning and deactivating metallic or plastic surfaces; chemicals for electroless copper and bronze coating processes for steel wire to assist wire drawing; paint flocculents; lithium metal and lithium compounds, especially lithium salts, lithium hydroxide, organolithium compounds and lithium hydride; sodium hydride; sodium borohydride; potassium borohydride; catecholborane (1,3,2-benzodioxaborol); boranes, especially dimethylamine borane; alkoxides; organomagnesium compounds for use as reagents; diethyl zinc; sodium dispersion in toluene, xylene or paraffin oil; lead tetraacetate; cyclopropylcarbinol; 2-aminobenzyl alcohol; cesium and rubidium as well as cesium and rubidium compounds for industrial purposes, especially for high precision frequency standard and atomic clocks, for getter (= gas absorber) applications, for chemical catalysts, for welding and soldering applications, for the production of special glasses for the optical and electronic industries, for the extraction and purification of DNA and RNA in molecular biology, for radiation measurement equipment, for X-ray diagnostic systems, for scintillation crystals, for energy technology and for the detection of X-ray in medical equipment (i.e. in X-ray cameras), as a marker substance and for luminiscence applications; calcium hydride for use in metallurgy and organic chemistry; titanium hydride, especially for use in sintered magnets, as an igniting agent in airbags and pyrotechnic compounds, as getter (i.e. gas absorber) material, for brazing glass or ceramics to metals; zirconium hydride, especially for use as getter, in airbags and in pyrotechnics; solvent additives for the maintenance of polysulfide application machinery; liquid acrylic polymers for the manufacture of laminated glass for safety, acoustic and security glazing applications; chemicals for the treatment of glass surfaces in order to make them dirt repellent and to facilitate cleaning; adhesives for the bonding of elastomers to metals and other materials under vulcanizing conditions; auxiliaries for the production and processing of latex and rubber; chemicals, namely binders for the inorganic chemical improvement of mechanical strength and for the fire resistant bonding of refractory products; phosphates for the preservation of food stuffs and water, for water softening and for the finishing of flame-retardants; epoxy resin adhesives; alcohol and water based coatings for dipping, flow coating, brushing and spraying moulds and cores for metal castings; resins for use as binders and hardeners of sand moulds for metal castings; sand mould and core sand additives; compounds and adhesives for the sealing and patching of sand moulds; agents for releasing sand moulds from wood, plastic or metal patterns; none of the above being manganese, a manganese compound, or aluminium dioxide; plasticizers for use as auxiliaries in rubber production and processing; ready mixed sands for sand moulds serving the production of castings.... More
Class 2 : Pickling products for the removal of corrosion products from steel, zinc and aluminium substrates; pickling products as well as colouring agents and additives used in processes for the anodizing of aluminium.
Class 3 : Products for degreasing of plastics or metallic substrates; cleaners for the washing of metallic parts, especially after mechanical treatment.
Class 4 : Stearic acids for use as auxiliaries in the production and processing of rubber compounds and for use as lubricants in the processing of thermoplastics; chemical lubricants and lubricants in the form of technical oils and fats for the cold forming of phosphated and untreated metal; corrosion preventative oils for the preservation of metallic finished components; cooling lubricants and additives for use in the machining of metallic parts.... More
Class 17 : Adhesive sealing compounds for the production of insulating glass; compounds for the bonding and sealing of glass, ceramic materials, plastics and metals, and the potting of electrical and electronic components; castable and brushable polymer materials for the production of moulds and patterns for industrial purposes; polysulfide-based compounds for sealing and coating purposes, especially sealants for the joints between shaped bricks forming the pavement of petrol stations, coatings for the walls of dome shafts of petrol stations and aircraft sealants resistant to aviation fuel.... More
 
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