The trademark application for IDEAL was filed on March 15, 2011, with 5 designated Nice Classes under EUTM trademark no. 009810383. The trademark was successfully registered on April 4, 2013.
Trademark holder Ideal Industries, Inc. was represented by BROMHEAD JOHNSON (EUIPO registered representative, ID no. 10144).
An opposition was raised during the opposition process. The opposition was filed by PANINI S.P.A. on August 11, 2011. The opponent was represented by JACOBACCI & PARTNERS S.P.A..
Current trademark registration will expire on March 15, 2021.
|Trademark Name||IDEAL||Trademark No.||009810383|
|Filling Date||March 15, 2011||Registration Date||April 4, 2013|
|NICE Classes||4, 7, 8, 9, 20||Basis||EUTM|
|Reference||MDS/EC||Status Date||April 8, 2013|
|Owner||Ideal Industries, Inc.|
|Legal Status||Legal entity|
|Address||Ideal Industries, Inc.
Sycamore, Illinois 60178
|Legal Status||Legal person|
212-224 Shaftesbury Avenue
London WC2H 8HQ
Fuels, Industrial Oils and Greases, Illuminates
Wire pulling lubricants.
Machines and Machine Tools, Parts
Power-operated wire processing apparatus, namely, wire strippers, thermal strippers in the nature of electrically-powered tools that use heat to remove insulation from conductive wire, pneumatic cable strippers, precision rotary strippers, wire measuring and cutting machines, powered cable cutters and powered wire strippers and cutters; maintenance equipment, namely, machine tool parts in the nature of precision grinder bases, power-operated hole saws, hole saw arbors and step drills.
Hand Tools and implements, Cutlery
Hand tools for wire and cable installation namely, fish tapes and reels, fish tape leads and balls, fish tape pullers, conduit benders and handles, pull line carriers for attachment to a cable or wire pulling rope to serve as piston for traveling through a conduit, wire strippers, wire cutters, crimpers, coaxial cable strippers and crimpers for coaxial cables, cable slitters and ringers, cable rippers, wire skinners, cable strippers, pliers, pliers with crimpers, tongue and groove pliers, cutting pliers, ratcheting cable cutters, crimpers, screwdrivers, conduit deburring tools for use in the manufacturing process in which the surfaces of metal are cleaned of burrs and other imperfections, tapping tools, awls, hammers, knives in the nature of utility knives and folding knives, rotary armored cable cutters; hacksaws and blades, hex key drivers, insulated pliers, insulated screwdrivers, cable tie implements; hand tools, namely, electrical motor maintenance tools in the nature of abrasive resurfacing stones, commutator resurfacers, commutator dressers, brush seaters, commutator cleaners, voice, signal and data communications hand tools, namely, round cable and wire cutters, ratchet cable cutters, telephone line cord strippers, data cable strippers, round cable slitters and ringers, crimpers, die sets for crimp tools that install modular plugs, telephone modular plug crimpers, punchdown tools, wire insertion tools, scissors for cutting synthetic fibers such as aromatic polyamide fiber, optical fiber strippers, and fiber optic crimpers; tool carriers in the nature of non-metal tool bags, tool pouches, tool pouch belts and straps, and nonmetal bucket tool carriers.
Computers, Software, Electronic instruments, & Scientific appliances
Conduit measuring tape; measuring tapes, electrical connectors, namely, screw on connectors, push-in connectors, insulation displacement connectors, electrical terminals, wire terminals, twist-on electrical terminals, twist-on wire terminals, sealant-filled screw-on connectors, set screw connectors, crimp connectors, crimp splices, pre-insulated crimp connectors, terminal strips, terminal blocks, insulated crimp connectors, insulated crimp splices, mechanical lugs, connectors for space-type transformers, connectors for bus bars, tap connectors, grounding connectors, split bolts, street light connectors, and mechanical solderless connectors; wire management devices, namely, wire markers, cable ties, lashing ties, ID marking ties in the nature of cable ties with a built-in identification plate for permanent marking; electrical safety equipment, namely, safety lockout hasps, lockout devices for circuit breakers, fuses, wall switches, cables, and padlocks therefore, I.D. safety tags and collars, safety signs; voice, signal and data communications components, namely, modular plugs, telephone wall plates, CATV wall plates, coaxial cable connectors, BNC coaxial cable connectors, F-Series coaxial cable connectors, and CATV cable and wire splitters; electrical testing equipment, namely, voltage testers, voltage and continuity testers, circuit testers and analyzers, GFI circuit testers, circuit identifiers, fuse pullers, grounding systems comprised of a grounding plug, a wrist strap and lead wires connecting the two, digital multimeters, analog multimeters, true RMS meters, temperature meters, clamp meters and current clamp adapters, thermocouples, data acquisition meters, test leads and meter probes, phase rotation meters, insulation testers, ground continuity testers, cable locators, fiber optic scopes, tone generator cable locators, amplifier probes, wiring verifiers, and patch cable testers; infrared thermometers and light meters; pneumatic and hydraulic valve safety lockout devices in the nature of devices attached to valves to prevent their operation; levels.
Wire management devices, namely, wire markers, cable ties, lashing ties, ID marking ties in the nature of cable ties with a built-in identification plate for permanent marking.
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