BURD-I Trademark Information

PAUL WURTH S.A.

Machines and machine tools for working metals and steel; motors and engines not for land vehicles; machine coupling and transmission components except for land vehicles, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for filling and emptying blast furnaces, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; pneumatic and hydraulic door ...

Apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; blank magnetic data carriers, blank recordable optical discs; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin-operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; fire-extinguishing apparatus; profilometers, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; echo sounding dev...

Component parts of hot blast furnaces, namely, loading devices for bell-free blast furnace throats, especially for the iron and steel industry and for the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry

Repair and maintenance of machines and tools for metallurgy; installation services of machines and tools for metallurgy, for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; installation of industrial blast furnaces, and of industrial blast furnace driving machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; installation of electric apparatus for driving...

Scientific and technological services, namely, scientific research and design for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; industrial analysis and research, in the field of the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; design and development of computer hardware and software; engineering in the fields of mechanics, civil engineering, fluids, electronics, electrici...

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On Thursday, March 17, 2011, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for BURD-I. The USPTO has given the BURD-I trademark serial number of 79100667. The current federal status of this trademark filing is REGISTERED. The correspondent listed for BURD-I is Office Freylinger S.A. of 234 route d'Arlon,, B.P. 48, L-8001 Strassen, Luxembourg . The BURD-I trademark is filed in the category of Machinery Products , Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products , Environmental Control Instrument Products (lighting, heating, cooling, cooking) , Construction and Repair Services , Computer & Software Services & Scientific Services . The description provided to the USPTO for BURD-I is Machines and machine tools for working metals and steel; motors and engines not for land vehicles; machine coupling and transmission components except for land vehicles, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for filling and emptying blast furnaces, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; pneumatic and hydraulic door closers for blast furnace throats, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machine parts, namely, support, control and/or driving mechanisms for loading devices for blast furnace throats, in particular loading devices for bell-free throats, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; equalization valves being parts of blast furnace machinery, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; exhaust valves being parts of machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; tap hole sealing machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; tap hole drilling machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; lubricating machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; belts for conveyors; machines for processing and filtering slag, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for transporting and injecting materials in powder form pneumatically into a tank furnace, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for granulating slag, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for ladle treatment of cast iron and steel, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; continuous steel tapping machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry, in particular continuous billet and steel ingot casting; crushing and sifting machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for refined gas blowing in steel converters, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; blowing pipes being parts of machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; installations and apparatus for changing blowing pipes, namely, brushes being parts of machines and rolls of rollers being parts of machines, for changing blowing pipes for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for fitting refractory linings on the inner walls of furnaces, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; special cranes and roller bridges for the iron and steel industry; machines for the treatment of fine particles of ores, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for the production of unwrought iron through direct reduction, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for the production of steel, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; continuous casting machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; heat treatment and sintering machines for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry, for iron and non-ferrous ores, coal, lime, dolomite, magnesite and cryolite, and for fluidized beds; sintering machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for the manufacture of moulded refractory shapes, for making briquettes and pellets and for granulating; mixing machines for unwrought iron, steel, alloys and slag; torque converters for making alloys of steel and iron; loaders being parts of machines for metallurgy; blowing and heating lances for metallurgy, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for the collection and exhaustion of waste gas for metallurgy, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; ladles being parts of machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; intermediate containers and distributors, being parts of machines, for unwrought iron and steel, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; continuous casting machines and forging moulds, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; control and oscillation mechanisms for moulds, being parts of machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; starting bars, being parts of machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for rolling steel, alloys of iron and non-ferrous metals, hot and cold rolling installations for sheet metal, strips, profiles, beams, rails, pipes, cables, copper and other metallic or ceramic materials especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; roll mill columns, being parts of machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; rolling mill stands, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; welding machines, abrading machines and machines for improving surfaces of metal, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; galvanizing and coating machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for hardening with a blowtorch and tempering surfaces of metal; cutting machines, namely, scissors and saws for separating continuous-cast bars, sheet metal, strips, profiles, beams, rails, pipes and cables; machines for winding strips of metal, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machine tools for metallurgy; turning machines; drilling machines; hydraulic motors, other than for land vehicles, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; turbines, namely, hydraulic, gas and steam turbines and replacement parts of turbines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; stop valves and speed regulators being parts of turbines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; rotors and guide vanes being parts of turbines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; valves, being parts of machines, namely, control and closing elements for turbine installations included in this class, for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; grilles being parts of machines for continuous-flow and downstream cleaning, especially metal partitions and grilles for crushing machines used in the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; screen-cleaning machines, work plat.

Word mark: BURD-I
Status/Status Date:
REGISTERED
12/18/2012
Estimated Renewal Deadline: December 18, 2018
Serial Number: 79100667
Filing Date: 3/17/2011
Registration Number: 4259656
Registration Date: 12/18/2012
Goods and Services: Machines and machine tools for working metals and steel; motors and engines not for land vehicles; machine coupling and transmission components except for land vehicles, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for filling and emptying blast furnaces, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; pneumatic and hydraulic door closers for blast furnace throats, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machine parts, namely, support, control and/or driving mechanisms for loading devices for blast furnace throats, in particular loading devices for bell-free throats, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; equalization valves being parts of blast furnace machinery, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; exhaust valves being parts of machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; tap hole sealing machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; tap hole drilling machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; lubricating machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; belts for conveyors; machines for processing and filtering slag, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for transporting and injecting materials in powder form pneumatically into a tank furnace, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for granulating slag, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for ladle treatment of cast iron and steel, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; continuous steel tapping machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry, in particular continuous billet and steel ingot casting; crushing and sifting machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for refined gas blowing in steel converters, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; blowing pipes being parts of machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; installations and apparatus for changing blowing pipes, namely, brushes being parts of machines and rolls of rollers being parts of machines, for changing blowing pipes for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for fitting refractory linings on the inner walls of furnaces, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; special cranes and roller bridges for the iron and steel industry; machines for the treatment of fine particles of ores, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for the production of unwrought iron through direct reduction, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for the production of steel, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; continuous casting machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; heat treatment and sintering machines for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry, for iron and non-ferrous ores, coal, lime, dolomite, magnesite and cryolite, and for fluidized beds; sintering machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for the manufacture of moulded refractory shapes, for making briquettes and pellets and for granulating; mixing machines for unwrought iron, steel, alloys and slag; torque converters for making alloys of steel and iron; loaders being parts of machines for metallurgy; blowing and heating lances for metallurgy, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for the collection and exhaustion of waste gas for metallurgy, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; ladles being parts of machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; intermediate containers and distributors, being parts of machines, for unwrought iron and steel, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; continuous casting machines and forging moulds, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; control and oscillation mechanisms for moulds, being parts of machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; starting bars, being parts of machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for rolling steel, alloys of iron and non-ferrous metals, hot and cold rolling installations for sheet metal, strips, profiles, beams, rails, pipes, cables, copper and other metallic or ceramic materials especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; roll mill columns, being parts of machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; rolling mill stands, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; welding machines, abrading machines and machines for improving surfaces of metal, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; galvanizing and coating machines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machines for hardening with a blowtorch and tempering surfaces of metal; cutting machines, namely, scissors and saws for separating continuous-cast bars, sheet metal, strips, profiles, beams, rails, pipes and cables; machines for winding strips of metal, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; machine tools for metallurgy; turning machines; drilling machines; hydraulic motors, other than for land vehicles, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; turbines, namely, hydraulic, gas and steam turbines and replacement parts of turbines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; stop valves and speed regulators being parts of turbines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; rotors and guide vanes being parts of turbines, especially for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; valves, being parts of machines, namely, control and closing elements for turbine installations included in this class, for the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; grilles being parts of machines for continuous-flow and downstream cleaning, especially metal partitions and grilles for crushing machines used in the iron and steel industry and the ferrous and non-ferrous metal-working industry; screen-cleaning machines, work plat
Mark Description: NOT AVAILABLE
Type Of Mark: Service Mark
Published For Opposition Date: 10/2/2012
Last Applicant/Owner: PAUL WURTH S.A.
LUXEMBOURG L1122
Mark Drawing Code: Standard Character Mark
Design Search: (NO DATA)
Register Type: Principal
Disclaimer: (NOT AVAILABLE)
Correspondent:
234 route d'Arlon,
B.P. 48
L-8001 Strassen, Luxembourg

Use in Commerce Trademark - Applicant has provided proof of use of this mark in commerce to USPTO.

Classification Information

Primary Class: Class (007) - Machines and machine tools; motors and engines (except for land vehicles); machine coupling and transmission components (except for land vehicles); agricultural implements other than hand-operated; incubators for eggs.
First Use Anywhere: Not provided
First Use In Commerce: Not provided
Primary Class: Class (009) - Scientific, nautical, surveying, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus and instruments for conducting, switching, transforming, accumulating, regulating or controlling electricity; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; fire extinguishing apparatus.
First Use Anywhere: Not provided
First Use In Commerce: Not provided
Primary Class: Class (011) - Apparatus for lighting, heating, steam generating, cooking, refrigerating, drying, ventilating, water supply, and sanitary purposes.
First Use Anywhere: Not provided
First Use In Commerce: Not provided
Primary Class: Class (037) - Building construction; repair; installation services.
First Use Anywhere: Not provided
First Use In Commerce: Not provided
Primary Class: Class (042) - Scientific and technological services and research and design relating thereto; industrial analysis and research services; design and development of computer hardware and software.
First Use Anywhere: Not provided
First Use In Commerce: Not provided

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Current Trademark Status:
12/18/2012
REGISTERED
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