When registering a trademark, it is necessary to indicate which products and services the brand intends to protect, classifying them correctly.
01 – Chemical substances designated to industry, science, photography, as well as agriculture, horticulture and silviculture; non-processed artificial resins, non-processed plastic material, composts, fertilizers; fire-extinguishing compositions; preparation to harden and weld; chemical substances designated to preserve food; tanning substances; adhesive substances designated to industry.
02 – Paint, varnish, lacquer; preservative against oxidation and deterioration of wood; dyeing materials; mordents; raw natural resins; sheet and powder metals for painters, decorators, printers and artists; cartridges and toner for printers and copy machines.
03 - Preparations for bleaching and other substances for use in laundry; products for cleaning, polishing, degreasing, scraping and peeling; abrasive products; soap; perfumes, essential oils, cosmetics, hair lotions; dentifrices.
04 – Grease and industrial oils; lubricants; products to absorb, wet and bind dust; fuel and lighting materials; paraffin, candles and wicks for lighting.
05 – Pharmaceutical and veterinary preparations; hygienic preparations for medicinal use; dietetic substances adapted for medicinal use, pharmaceutical alcohol, baby food; plasters, material for wound dressing; material for dental obturation, dental wax; disinfecting agents; preparations for destruction of hazardous animals and worms; fungicides, herbicides, insecticides.
06 – Common metals and their alloys; metal materials for construction; transportable metal constructions; metal materials for railroads; common metal non-electric cables and wires; metalwork, small metal articles; metal pipes and tubes; safes; metal curtains, common metal products not included in other classes; ores.
07 – Mechanical machines and tools; motors (except those for land vehicles); and machine hitches and transmission components (except those for land vehicles); non-manual agricultural tools; hatchery, ship and aircraft engines, motor-driven tools and instruments.
08 – Manual tools and instruments; knife-making; white weapons; shaving devices.
09 – Scientific, nautical, geodesic, electric, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signaling, control (inspection), rescue and teaching devices and instruments; helmets, devices and instruments to conduct, interrupt, transform, accumulate, regulate or control electricity; devices to register, transmit or reproduce sound or images para; magnetic record support, acoustic disks; automatic distributing machines and mechanisms for coin-operated devices; registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; fire-extinguishing devices, encoded and smart cards, peripherals, professional protection clothing.
10 – Surgical, medical, dental and veterinary devices and instruments, artificial limbs, eyes and teeth; orthopedic articles; suture material, special furniture and clothing for medicinal use, preservatives, baby bottles and pacifiers.
11 – Devices for lighting, heating steam production, cooking, refrigeration, drying, ventilation, water supply and health purposes.
12 - Vehicles; devices for land, air or water locomotion and their parts.
13 – Fire weapons; munition and bullets; explosives; fireworks.
14 – Precious metals and their alloys products made of these materials or plated, not included in other classes; jewelry, bijouterie, precious stones; watches and chronometric instruments.
15 – Music instruments and their accessories.
16 - Paper, cardboard and products made of these materials and not included in other classes; printed material; bookbinding articles; photographs; stationery; adhesives for stationery or domestic use; materials for artists; brushes; typing machines and office material (except for furniture); instruction and educational material (except for devices); plastic material for packaging (not included in other classes); printing characters; clichés, disposable diapers, books, newspapers, magazines, periodic publications.
17 - Rubber, gutta-percha, gum, asbestos, mica and products made of these materials and not included in other classes; products made of semi-processed plastic materials; caulking, sealing and isolating materials; flexible pipes, non-metal.
18 – Leather and leather imitation, products made of these materials not included in other classes; animal fur; travel suitcases and bags; umbrellas, sunshade and canes; lashes, harness and saddlery, animal clothing.
19 – Building materials (non-metal); hard non-metal pipes for construction; asphalt, pitch and bitumen; transportable non-metal constructions; non-metal monuments, glass for construction.
20 - Furniture, venetians, mirrors, frames; products (not included in other classes), made of wood, cork, juncus, sugarcane, wicker, horn, ivory, bones, whale fin, shell, turtle, amber, nacre, sea foam and substitutes of all these materials or plastic materials.
21 – House or kitchen utensils and vessels (not made of or plated with precious metal); combs and sponges; brushes (except those for painting); materials for brush production; cleaning materials; steel wool; non-processed or semi-processed glass (except that for construction); glass articles, porcelain and faience not included in other classes.
22 - Ropes, threads, nets, tents, awnings, tarp, candles, sacks, bags (not included in other classes); filling material (except rubber and plastic); raw fibrous textile material.
23 – Threads for textile use, sewing and upholstery materials.
24 – Fabrics and textile products, not included in other classes; bed and table covers, fabric curtains.
25 – Clothing, shoes and hats.
26 – Laces and embroidery, tapes and bows; buttons, buckles, hair ornaments and clips, snaps and eyelets, pins and needles; artificial flowers, wigs
27 - Carpets, rugs, mats and red mats, linoleum and other floor linings; wall papers, which are not made of textile material.
28 – Games and toys; gymnastics and sports articles not included in other classes.
29 - Meat, fish, birds and game; meat extracts; fruits, vegetables, cereals and greenery in tins, dried and boiled; jelly, jam and compotes; eggs, milk and dairy; oils and edible fat.
30 – Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, rice, tapioca, sago, coffee substitutes; flour and preparations made of cereals, bread, dough and candies, ice-cream; honey, molasses; yeast, baking powder; salt, mustard; vinegar, sauces (dressing); spices; ice.
31 – Agricultural, horticultural, forest products grain cereals not included in other classes; live animals; fresh fruits, vegetables and greenery; natural seeds, plants and flowers; animal food, malt.
32 - Beer; mineral and gas water and other non-alcohol beverages; fruit beverages and fruit juices; syrup and other preparations to manufacture beverages.
33 – Alcohol drinks (except beer).
34 - Tobacco; articles for smokers; matches.
35 - Advertisement; publicity inclusive on-line in computer networks, business management; business administration; office functions, jobs.
36 - Insurance; financial business; monetary business; real estate business.
37 – Civil construction; repair; installation services.
38 - Telecommunications; Internet access providers.
39 - Transport; product packaging and storage; travel organization, data or document electronic storage.
40 – Materials treatment, locksmiths.
41 – Education, provision of training; entertainment; religious, sport and cultural activities, night clubs.
42 – Scientific and technological services, research and design related to them; industrial analysis and research services; conception, project and development of hardware, rental and development of computer software; juridical services, architecture, engineering, graphic art creation, decoration and design and fashion stylists, accommodation, creation and maintenance of Web sites.
43 – Food and beverage supply services; bars and restaurants, temporary accommodation, hotels; motels, animal boarding house, retirement homes, day nursery, and nursery.
44 – Medical services; veterinary services; hygiene and beauty services for humans and animals; physiotherapy, aromatherapy, saunas, beauty salon, hairdressers, agriculture, horticulture and silviculture services.
45 – Personal and social services provided by third parties to satisfy the individuals´ needs; funeral homes, cloth rental, organization of religious meetings, security services for protection of goods and people, alarm monitoring.