European Union Trademark No. 001282896 (Word) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: application withdrawn

Word mark

The European Union Trademark for AIRWELD (Word) was filed on 18.08.1999 for goods and services in class(es) 1, 11 and 19 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 001282896 AIRWELD is 'application withdrawn'.

Trademark information
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
Filing date18.08.1999
Nice classes1, 11 and 19
OwnerShinagawa Thermal Ceramics Pty.
 2526 Unanderra,, New South Wales, AU
RepresentativePHILLIPS & LEIGH
 EC4A 3BA London, GB
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 1 : Chemicals used in industry and science; tempering and soldering substances; mixtures of granulated and/or powdered aluminium and oxides of metals for producing exothermic chemical reactions; aluminium powders, aluminium granules; foundry moulding preparations consisting wholly or principally of sand; foundry sand.
Class 11 : Apparatus for lighting, heating, steam generating, cooking, refrigerating, drying, ventilating, water supply and sanitary purposes; parts and fittings, made from refractory materials for nuclear reactors, power stations, for furnaces and for the like high temperature utilising apparatus; apparatus and appliances incorporating parts which glow in use and all for heating, lighting, cooking or drying, and the glowing parts for such apparatus and appliances; burners (not for perfume), metal melting and holding furnaces (not for experimental use) and parts of all the aforesaid goods (not included in other classes); simulated solid fuel being shaped pieces for decorative purposes, adapted for use with gas fires; radiants being parts of gaseous or liquid fuel operated heating apparatus; furnaces and ovens, none for experimental use; boilers (other than parts of machines); burners; tubes, shaped linings, cupola syphon blocks, slag-hole blocks, taphole blocks, launders, hot metal pouring chutes, stream dividers, kiln saggars, skimmer blocks, slag notch cooler linings, slag or iron lips, slag notch surrounds, blast furnace troughs, blast furnace sub-hearths, blast furnace trough linings, charging door surrounds, rotar segments, spouts, spout covers, spout burner blocks, spout inserts, orifice rings, flue blocks, burner blocks, stirrer sleeves, damper blocks, channel blocks, arch anchor blocks, arches, arch blocks, stirrers, jamb walls, back and breast walls, shadow walls, port crowns, port openings, overcoat blocks, pyrometer blocks, muffles, retorts and saggars, all for use with the aforesaid furnaces, ovens, boilers and burners; kiln furniture (element supports) of ceramic material; shaped linings and muffles, and pottery kiln furniture; refractory articles, including such articles in brick or block form; goods made of refractory materials, including clay-bonded graphite, carbon-bonded graphite, silicon carbide, or mixtures of the aforesaid materials, for use in the treatment, handling or casting of molten metals or to contain or protect articles during heat treatment; goods made wholly or partially of consolidated aggregates or masses comprising carbon or metal, or carbon and metal; tops and washers all for water taps; parts of lighting, cooking and of heating apparatus (not included in other classes); crucibles, crucible stands; crucible covers; pouring spout holders for use with crucibles; shaped liners for crucibles; crucible thimbles (bungs and thimbles); parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.... More
Class 19 : Building materials (non-metallic); non-metallic rigid pipes for building; asphalt, pitch and bitumen; non-metallic transportable buildings; monuments, not of metal; refractory articles and refractory materials all in plastic, granular, powder, brick or block form; insulating fire bricks and high temperature bricks, tiles, construction blocks and modules; refractory cast castable mouldable and gunnable compositions and cements in powder plastic and granular forms; mortars and refractory tubes and non-metallic pipes; modelling clay; refractory articles and refractory materials for use in lining furnaces and tanks and for use in building construction; goods made wholly or partially of refractory materials, including clay-bonded graphite, carbon-bonded graphite, silicon carbide, or mixtures of the aforesaid materials; refractory crucible liners and refractory putty.... More
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