Trademark Class 4: Industrial Oils and Lubricants

Trademark Class 4 is for registering oils, fuels, lubricants, candles and wicks. It mainly includes greases and industrial oils; lubricants; illuminates; candles and wicks for lighting; fuels (including motor spirit); and dust absorbing, wetting and binding compositions.

Here are the items under Class 4
Class 4 Group Class 4 Good
Fuels and illuminants alcohol [fuel], anthracite, beeswax, benzene, benzol, combustible briquettes, carburants/motor fuel, charcoal [fuel], coal dust [fuel], coal briquettes, coal tar oil, coal naphtha, coal, coke, diesel oil/gas oil, ethanol [fuel], firelighters, fuel with an alcoholic base, fuel oil/combustible oil, fuel, fuel gas, gas for lighting, gasoline, illuminating wax, illuminating grease, kerosene, lighting fuel, lignite, ligroin, mazut, methylated spirit, mineral fuel, oil-gas, ozocerite [ozokerite], paper spills for lighting, paraffin, peat briquettes [fuel]/blocks of peat [fuel], peat [fuel], petrol/benzine, petroleum ether, petroleum, raw or refined, producer gas, solidified gases [fuel]/solidified gas [fuel], stearine, tinder, vaporized fuel mixtures, wax [raw material].
Candles and wicks for lighting candles/tapers.
Christmas tree candles lamp wicks, nightlights [candles], perfumed candles, wicks for candles.
wood firewood, wood spills for lighting, wood briquettes.
Non- chemical fuel additives additives, non-chemical, to motor-fuel, naphtha.
Biofuels oleine, rape oil for industrial purposes.
Electrical energy electrical energy.
Dust controlling compositions dust binding compositions for sweeping, dust laying compositions, dust removing preparations, Lubricants and industrial greases, waxes and fluids, belting wax, carnauba wax, castor oil for technical purposes, ceresine, cutting fluids, fish oil, not edible, grease for arms [weapons], grease for boots/grease for shoes, grease for belts, grease for leather, industrial wax, industrial grease, industrial oil, lubricants, lubricating oil, lubricating graphite, lubricating grease, moistening oil, motor oil, non-slipping preparations for belts, oils for releasing form work [building], oils for paints, petroleum jelly for industrial purposes, soya bean oil preparations for non-stick treatment of cooking utensils, sunflower oil for industrial purposes, tallow, textile oil, wool grease/lanolin, xylene, xylol.

Related (Coordinated) Classes: Class 1 - Chemicals, Class 35 - Advertising and Business Services, Class 37 - Construction and Repair Services, and Class 42 - Science and Technology Services.

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