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All About Trademark Class 19

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All About Trademark Class 19

Trademark Class 19 is one of the 45 classes established by the Nice Classification system for trademark registration, and it specifically encompasses goods related to building materials and construction. Class 19 includes a wide range of construction materials, such as non-metallic building materials like cement, asphalt, stone, and tiles, as well as products like pipes, tubes, and non-metallic rigid pipes for building and construction use. This class is crucial for businesses operating in the construction and building industry, as it provides a dedicated category for trademark registration, ensuring exclusive rights to their trademarks within this specific domain of goods. Properly classifying trademarks under Class 19 is essential for legal protection and compliance with trademark laws and regulations related to construction materials.

Important goods included in Trademark Class 19

Trademark Class 19 mainly includes the materials, not of metal, that have been used for building and construction. The goods included in this class are as follows-

  • Semi-worked woods for use in building, for instance, beams, planks, panels
  • Wood veneers
  • Building glass, for example, glass tiles, insulating glass for buildings, safety glass
  • Glass granules for making out roads
  • Granite, marble, gravel
  • Terra- cotta for use as a building material
  • Roofing, not of metal, incorporating photovoltaic cells
  • Gravestones and tombs, not of metal
  • Statues, busts, and works of art of stone, concrete, or marble
  • Letter boxes of masonry
  • Geotextiles
  • Coatings being building materials
  • Scaffolding, not of metal
  • Transportable buildings or structures, not of metal, for example, aquaria, aviaries, flagpoles, porches, swimming pools

Goods does not included in Trademark Class 19

  • Cement preservatives, cement waterproofing preparations (included in class 1)
  • Fireproofing preparations (included in class 1)
  • Wood preservatives (included in class 2)
  • Oils for releasing formwork for building (included in class 4)
  • Letter boxes of metal (included in class 6)
  • Letterboxes, not of metal or masonry (included in class 20)
  • Statues, busts, and works of art of-
  • Common metal (included in class 6)
  • Precious metal (included in class 14)
  • Wood, wax, plaster, or plastic (included in class 20)
  • Porcelain, ceramic, earthenware, terra-cotta, or glass (included in class 21)
  • Certain pipes, not of metal, not for building, for instance, pipes being parts of sanitary installations (included in class 11)
  • Flexible pipes, tubes and hoses, not of metal (included in class 17)
  • Substances for insulating buildings against moisture (included in class 17)
  • Glass for vehicle windows [semi-finished product] (included in class 21)
  • Birdcages (included in class 21)
  • Mats and matting, linoleum and other materials for covering existing floors (included in class 27)
  • Unsawn or undressed timber (included in class 31)

List of popular examples of Trademark Class 19

  • Ultratech cement: Cement of all types, non-metallic building materials
  • Ambuja cement: Cement
  • ACC cement: Cement
  • Ramco: Cement
  • APL Apollo: Non-metallic materials for building and construction
  • Sagar cements: Cement
  •  Aparna enterprises: Non-metallic building materials
  • Grasim industries: Non-metallic building materials
  • Andhra cement: Cements

List of goods classified under Trademark Class 19


  • Advertisement columns (not of metal)
  • Accordion doors, not of metal
  • Agglomerated bagasse of cane (building material)
  • Agglomerated cork for building
  • Acoustic panels (not metal)
  • Alabaster glass for building
  • Alabaster 
  • Angle irons (not metal)
  • Aquaria (structures)
  • Aquarium gravel
  • Aquarium sand
  • Arbours (structures) not of metal
  • Armour- plating, not of metal
  • Armoured doors (not of metal)
  • Artificial stone
  • Asbestos cement
  • Asbestos mortar
  • Asphalt
  • Asphalt paving
  • Aviaries, not of metal (structures)


  • Balustrades, not of metal
  • Beacons, not of metal, non-luminous
  • Beams or girders, not of metal
  • Bicycle parking installations (non-metallic)
  • Binding agents for making briquettes or stones
  • Binding material for road repair
  • Bird baths (structures), not metal
  • Bitumen
  • Bitumen paper for building
  • Bituminous products for building
  • Bituminous coatings for roofing
  • Blockboard
  • Brackets, not of metal, for building
  • Branching pipes, not metal
  • Bricks
  • Building glass
  • Building paper
  • Building timber/lumber
  • Bollards of natural stone
  • Building cardboard (asphalted)
  • Building stone
  • Building materials/ construction materials with soundproofing qualities, not of metal
  • Building materials or construction materials (not metal)
  • Building panels, not of metal
  • Buildings, not of metal
  • Buildings, transportable, not of metal
  • Burial vaults, not of metal
  • Busts of stone, concrete, or marble


  • Cabanas, not of metal
  • Caissons for construction work underwater
  • Calcareous marl
  • Casement windows, not of metal
  • Cask wood or stave wood
  • Ceilings, not of metal
  • Cement slabs
  • Cement posts
  • Cement for blast furnaces
  • Cement for furnaces
  • Cement
  • Chicken houses, not metal
  • Chimney cowls, not of metal
  • Chimney pots, not of metal
  • Chimney shafts, not of metal
  • Chimneys, not metal
  • Cladding, not of metal, for building
  • Clay
  • Clinker ballast
  • Coal tar
  • Coatings (building materials)
  • Commemorative statuary cups of stone, concrete, or marble
  • Concrete
  • Concrete building elements
  • Cornices, not metal
  • Crash barriers for roads (not made of metal)


  • Diving boards, not metal
  • Door panels, not of metal
  • Door frames/ casings (not of metal)
  • Doors, not of metal
  • Drain pipes, not metal
  • Drain traps (valves), not of metal or plastic
  • Duckboards, not of metal
  • Ducts for ventilating and air-conditioning installations (non-metallic)


  • Earth for bricks
  • Enamelled glass for building


  • Fair huts
  • Felt for building
  • Fences, not of metal
  • Figurines/ statuettes of stone, concrete, or marble
  • Fire bricks/ refractory bricks
  • Fireplace mantles, not of metal
  • Fireclay or grog (fired refractory material)
  • Fireproof cement coatings
  • Flagpoles (structures), not of metal
  • Flashing for building (not of metal)
  • Floating docks for mooring boats (not of metal)
  • Floating floorboards, not of metal
  • Floor tiles, not of metal
  • Floors, not of metal
  • Folding doors, not of metal
  • Foundry molds/ moulds (not of metal)
  • Framework for building (not of metal)
  • Furrings of wood


  • Gates, not of metal
  • Geotextiles
  • Glass granules for road marking
  • Granite
  • Grave slabs or tomb slabs, not of metal
  • Gravel
  • Gravestones/tombstones
  • Greenhouse frames, not of metal
  • Greenhouses, transportable, not of metal.
  • Gutter pipes, not of metal
  • Gypsum (building material)


  • Hips for roofing
  • Horticulture frames/ cold frames, not of metal
  • Huts


  • Insect screens (not of metal)
  • Insulated glass for building 


  • Jalousies, not of metal
  • Joist, not of metal


  • Laths, not of metal
  • Laminated chipboard
  • Latticework, not of metal or trellises, not of metal
  • Lengthening pieces, not of metal, for chimneys
  • Letter boxes of masonry
  • Lime
  • Limestone or calcareous stone
  • Linings, not of metal, for building
  • Lintels, not of metal
  • Luminous paving blocks


  • Macadam
  • Magnesia cement
  • Manhole covers, not of metal
  • Manufactured timber
  • Marble
  • Masts (poles), not of metal
  • Materials for making and coating roads
  • Memorial plaques, not of metal
  • Monuments, not of metal
  • Mooring bollards, not of metal
  • Mortar for building/grout
  • Modular log homes
  • Mosaics for building
  • Mouldable wood
  • Mouldings, not of metal, for cornices 
  • Mouldings, not of metal, for building 
  • Mounting frames, not of metal, for solar panels


  • Non-luminous and non-mechanical signs, not of metal


  • Olivine for building
  • Outdoor blinds, not of metal and not of textile


  • Paint spraying booths, not of metal
  • Palings/ Palisading, not of metal
  • Pantiles, not of metal
  • Paperboard for building/building cardboard
  • Parquet floor boards
  • Parquet flooring
  • Partitions, not of metal
  • Paving blocks, not of metal
  • Paving slabs, not of metal
  • Penstock pipes, not of metal
  • Perches
  • Pillars, not for metal, for building
  • Pigsties, not of metal
  • Pilings or sheet piles, not of metal
  • Pitch
  • Planks of wood for building
  • Plaster
  • Plastic landscape edgings
  • Plate glass (windows) for building
  • Platforms, prefabricated, not of metal
  • Plywood
  • Porches (structures), not of metal
  • Play sand
  • Porphyry (stone)
  • Posts, not of metal
  • Posts/ poles for power lines, not of metal
  • Potters’ clay
  • Prefabricated houses (ready- to- assemble), not of metal
  • Props, not of metal


  • Quartz


  • Railway sleepers or railroad ties, not of metal
  • Raw chalk
  • Reeds for building
  • Refractory construction materials, not of metal
  • Reinforcing materials, not of metal, for building
  • Rigid pipes, not of metal (building)
  • Road marking sheets and strips of synthetic material
  • Road coating materials
  • Road signs, non-luminous and non-mechanical, not of metal
  • Rock crystal
  • Rocket launching platforms, not of metal
  • Roof gutters, not of metal
  • Roof flashing, not of metal
  • Roof coverings, not of metal
  • Roofing slates
  • Roofing shingles
  • Roofing tiles, not of metal
  • Roofing, not of metal
  • Roofing, not of metal, incorporating solar cells
  • Rubber bearings for seismic isolation of buildings
  • Rubble


  • Safety glass
  • Sand, except foundry sand
  • Sandstone for building
  • Sandstone pipes
  • Sawn timber
  • Scaffolding, not of metal
  • Scantlings (carpentry)
  • Schists
  • Shuttering, not of metal, for concrete
  • Shutters, not of metal
  • Signaling panels, non-luminous and non-mechanical, not of metal.
  • Silica (quartz)
  • Silos, not of metal
  • Silver sand
  • Sills, not of metal
  • Skating rinks (structures, not of metal)
  • Slabs, not of metal, for building
  • Slag (building material)
  • Slag stone or clinker stone
  • Slate
  • Slate powder
  • Smart glass for building
  • Soundproof booths, transportable, not of metal
  • Stables, not of metal
  • Stained-glass windows
  • Stair treads (steps), not of metal
  • Staircases, not of metal
  • Statues of stone, concrete or marble
  • Stone
  • Street gutters, not of metal
  • Stringers (parts of staircases), not of metal
  • Swimming pools (structures), not of metal
  • Swing doors, not of metal


  • Tanks of masonry
  • Tar
  • Tarred strips, for building
  • Telegraph posts, not of metal
  • Telephone booths/ telephone boxes, not of metal
  • Terra- cotta (building material)
  • Tile floorings, not of metal
  • Tiles, not of metal, for building
  • Tomb or grave enclosures, not of metal
  • Tombs, not of metal
  • Tombs (monuments), not of metal
  • Tombstone stelae, not of metal
  • Tombstone plaques, not of metal
  • Tufa
  • Turnstiles, not of metal


  • Vaults, not of metal (burial)
  • Veneer wood
  • Vinyl siding


  • Wainscotting, not of metal
  • Wall claddings, not of metal, for building
  • Wall linings, not of metal, for building
  • Wall tiles, not of metal
  • Water-pipe valves, not of metal or plastic
  • Water- pipes, not of metal 
  • Window venti lights, not of metal
  • Window glass, except glass for vehicle windows
  • Window glass for building
  • Window frames, not of metal
  • Windows, not of metal
  • Wood, semi-worked
  • Wood for making household utensils
  • Wood paving
  • Wood veneers
  • Wood panelling
  • Wood pulp board for building
  • Wooden floorboards
  • Works of stonemasonry
  • Works of art of stone, concrete or marble


  • Xylolith


Trademark Class 19 holds immense significance for businesses involved in the production, distribution, and service provision of non-metallic building materials and construction-related products. By registering their trademarks under this class, companies can secure their brand identity, protect against potential infringement, and establish trust and credibility in the marketplace. Whether manufacturing materials like cement and tiles or offering construction-related services, Class 19 provides a robust framework for safeguarding intellectual property and fostering growth. Moreover, its recognition in the globally accepted Nice Classification system facilitates international expansion, making Class 19 an essential tool for businesses operating in the construction and building materials industry.

At LegalPillers, we are here to help you in navigating the complexities of trademark registration and classification effectively and make sure that your brand is adequately safeguarded within this important class. Choose LegalPillers as your trusted partner for Trademark Registration.

(FAQs) about Trademark Class 19

What is Trademark Class 19?

● Trademark Class 19 is one of the 45 classes in the Nice Classification system used for trademark registration. It covers non-metallic building materials and construction-related products.

What types of goods are included in Class 19?

● Class 19 includes products like cement, stone, tiles, asphalt, pipes, tubes, and non-metallic rigid pipes for building and construction.

Why is Class 19 important for businesses?

● Class 19 is crucial for businesses in the construction and building materials industry, as it helps protect their brand identity and ensures that competitors do not use similar names or logos.

Can a trademark be registered in multiple classes, including Class 19?

● Yes, a trademark can be registered in multiple classes if a business deals with goods or services from different categories, providing broader protection.

How do I determine if my product falls under Class 19?

● Consult with a trademark attorney or use the Nice Classification system to classify your product.

Are electrical wiring and fixtures part of Class 19?

● No, electrical materials typically fall under different classes, such as Class 9 for electrical devices.

Is Class 19 limited to manufacturers only?

● No, service providers in the construction industry, such as installation and roofing services, can also benefit from trademark registration in Class 19.

What is the duration of trademark protection in Class 19?

● Trademark protection typically lasts for 10 years initially and can be renewed indefinitely as long as you continue to use and renew it.

Can I change the class of my trademark registration later if needed?

● Changing the class of a trademark registration can be complex, so consult with a trademark attorney for guidance.

Are there any restrictions on the use of trademarks in Class 19?

● Trademarks in Class 19 must be used for the specified goods or services in that class to maintain their validity.

What is the process for resolving trademark disputes in Class 19?

● Trademark disputes in Class 19 are typically resolved through legal actions, negotiations, or trademark cancellation proceedings, depending on the circumstances.

Are there specific regulations or certifications associated with Class 19 goods?

● Depending on the jurisdiction and the specific goods, there may be regulatory requirements or certifications related to safety and quality standards.

Can I trademark a name for my construction materials brand under Class 19?

● Yes, you can trademark the name of your brand associated with construction materials within Class 19.

Is it advisable to consult with a trademark attorney when registering a trademark in Class 19?

● Yes, consulting with a trademark attorney is highly recommended to ensure proper classification, registration, and protection of your trademark in Class 19. They can provide valuable guidance throughout the process.

What are some examples of non-metallic building materials in Class 19?

● Examples include cement, stone, tiles, asphalt, pipes, tubes, and non-metallic rigid pipes for building and construction.

Can I register a trademark for both construction materials and construction services under Class 19?

● Trademark registration can cover both goods and services as long as they fall within the scope of the class, allowing you to protect your brand for a broader range of offerings.

Is there an international standard for Class 19 trademarks?

● Yes, the Nice Classification system provides an international standard for classifying trademarks, making it easier to protect your brand internationally.

Can I trademark a brand for both building materials and roofing services under Class 19?

● Yes, you can register a trademark that covers a variety of goods and services within Class 19 as long as they align with the class scope.

Is Class 19 recognized internationally?

● Yes, the Nice Classification system, including Class 19, is recognized internationally, making it valuable for businesses operating in various countries.

What is the advantage of registering a trademark in Class 19 for global expansion?

● Registering under the Nice Classification system facilitates international expansion by ensuring consistent brand protection in different countries and regions, streamlining the process for businesses looking to grow globally.


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