Trademark class search
Trademark class search
We have outlined the different classes of trademark in this article. Trademarks can be registered under one or more than one trademark class. We have assigned over 80000 products and services to one or more trademark classes

Trademark class search:


The official website of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry can be searched to find trademark class information. To search for trademark classes, one must enter three letters that are well-thought out for the application. We have outlined the different classes of trademark in this article. Trademarks can be registered under one or more than one trademark class. We have assigned over 80000 products and services to one or more trademark classes. Trademark class search must be made at the beginning of trademark registration, as they are crucial to establishing a trademark. We will continue to publish more information on the State Pollution Control Board in the future too.

Trademark class list :


Class 1 – Science, industry, agriculture, horticulture, adhesives are some of the chemicals used in science.


Class 2 – Wood preservatives; rust and weather-proofing preservatives against rust and against deterioration of wood.


Class 3 – Soaps, essential oils, and cosmetics are among the cleaning and bleaching products that are used in laundry.


Class 4 –A candle, fuel, wick, etc. made from industrial oils and greases.


Class 5 –A variety of pharmaceuticals, veterinary products, dietetic, dental wax, disinfectants, herbicides, fungicides, and other substances are manufactured.


Class 6 – Metals and their alloys, wire and cable materials, and other common metals are listed here.


Class 7 –Textile and leather sewing equipment, conveyors and conveyors belts, construction equipment, machines, generators of electricity, conveyors and conveyors belts, and textile and leather sewing equipment.


Class 8 –Hands tools and instruments (hand-operated); cutting utensils; side arms; razors


Class 9 –A trademark corresponding to apparatus and electronic equipment used in computing and scientific industries, including surveying, electric, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, and calculating devices. This listing also includes cash registers, data processing equipment, in addition to these applications.


Class 10 – Surgical, medical, dental, and veterinary apparatus and instruments, artificial limbs, eyes, and teeth; orthopedic articles; suture materials.


Class 11 –  Lights, heating devices, steam generators, refrigerators, and sanitary implements.


Class 12 – Machinery for moving across land, air, and water


Class 13 –Explosives, firework, firearms, ammunition, and projectile are among the categories of products that may be legally shipped to or from Canada, although all such products must be declared and may be inspected by customs agents at the border.


Class 14 – Jewelry, precious metal alloys, horological instruments, stones, and precious metals

Class 15 – Instruments and music equipment that are played using musical instruments.


Class 16 – Paper, cardboard, and printable materials, bookbinding, paint brushes, playing cards, printing blocks, and other such materials are used to make these products.


Class 17 –Certain raw materials, such as rubber, intesta percha, gum, asbestos, mica, and nonplastic extruded plastics, are included in this class. Other plastics that are used in manufacturing are packing materials, insulating materials, and flexible pipes.


Class 18 – Items made from leather, such as walking sticks, umbrellas, and umbrellas, are among the items made from animal skin. Whip, harness, and saddle gear are also available.


Class 19 – Materials that are not metallic, including building materials, transportable materials, and monuments.


Class 20 – Picture frames, mirrors, pieces of furniture made from wood, cork, reed, cane, and not included in any other category.


Class 21 – Utensils for household and kitchen use, brushes, cleaning products, etc.


Class 22 – Tents, awnings, tarps, sails, sacks, and bags (not included in other classes) are permitted in this class.


Class 23 – Textile threads and yarns.


Class 24 – Bedding and table covers made from textiles and textiles goods, excluding clothing. Other trademark class.


Class 25 – Footwear, clothing, and headgear.


Class 26 –  Ornamentation, paisley, and lace and embroidery are part of the floral preparation process. For example, artificial flowers are made of buttons, hooks, and eyes, pins and needles, and embroidery.


Class 27 –  Game and playthings, and other sporting items which are not covered under any other class. Christmas decorations.


Class 28 – Under no other class would Christmas decorations be game and playthings, and other sporting items that are not covered.


Class 29 – Dairy products, meats, fish, and processed & preserved foods


Class 30 – Cereal, roll, pastry, and confectionery ingredients, ices, sugar, rice, tapioca, sago, artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals, bread, pastry, and confectionery, ices; honey, treacle, yeast, baking powder, salt, mustard, (condiments), spices, and vinegars, sauces, (condiments). Spices are also used.


Class 31 – Agricultural, horticultural, and forestry products and grains not included in other classes; live animals; fresh fruits and vegetables; seeds, natural plants, and flowers; meals for animals, maltBeast slaughtering and pet-killer use of wild animals are prohibited without special permission.


Class 32 – Any non-alcoholic or aerated drink, including juices


Class 33 – Other alcoholic drinks excluding beer.


Class 34 – Articles on matches, smoking, and tobacco are available.