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IPC 7
 
C09D-C09D10320
  C09D 105/00 - C09D 131/08  

SECTION C – CHEMISTRY; METALLURGY


C 09DYES; PAINTS; POLISHES; NATURAL RESINS; ADHESIVES; MISCELLANEOUS COMPOSITIONS; MISCELLANEOUS APPLICATIONS OF MATERIALS


C 09 DCOATING COMPOSITIONS, e.g. PAINTS, VARNISHES, LACQUERS; FILLING PASTES; CHEMICAL PAINT OR INK REMOVERS; INKS; CORRECTING FLUIDS; WOODSTAINS; PASTES OR SOLIDS FOR COLOURING OR PRINTING; USE OF MATERIALS THEREFOR (cosmetics A61K; processes for applying liquids or other fluent materials to surfaces, in general, B05D; staining wood B27K 5/02; organic macromolecular compounds C08; organic dyes or closely-related compounds for producing dyes, mordants or lakes, per se, C09B; treatment of inorganic materials other than fibrous fillers used as pigments or fillers C09C; natural resins, French polish, drying-oils, driers, turpentine, per se, C09F; polishing compositions other than French polish, ski waxes C09G; preparation of glue or gelatine C09H; adhesives or use of materials as adhesives C09J; processes for the electrolytic or electrophoretic production of coatings C25D; textile-treating compositions D06; paper-making D21; conductors, insulators H01B) [5]


Notes

(1)In this subclass, the following terms or expressions are used with the meanings indicated:

 "use of materials for coating compositions" means the use of known or new polymers or products;

 "rubber" includes:

 (a)natural or conjugated diene rubbers;

 (b)rubber in general (for a specific rubber, other than a natural rubber or a conjugated diene rubber, see the group provided for coating compositions based on such macromolecular compounds);

 "based on" is defined by means of Note (3), below;

 "filling pastes" means materials used to fill up the holes or cavities of a substrate in order to smooth its surface prior to coating.  [5]

(2)In this subclass, coating compositions, containing specific organic macromolecular substances are classified only according to the macromolecular substance, non-macromolecular substances not being taken into account.

 Example: a coating composition containing polyethene and amino-propyltrimethoxysilane is classified in group C09D 123/06.

 However, coating compositions containing combinations of organic non-macromolecular compounds having at least one polymerisable carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bond with prepolymers or polymers other than unsaturated polymers of groups C09D 159/00 to C09D 187/00 are classified according to the unsaturated non-macromolecular component in group C09D 4/00.

 Example: a coating composition containing polyethene and styrene monomer is classified in group C09D 4/00.

 Aspects relating to the physical nature of the coating compositions or to the effects produced, as defined in group C09D 5/00, if clearly and explicitly stated, are also classified in this subclass.

 Coating compositions characterised by other features, e.g. additives, are classified in group C09D 7/00, unless the macromolecular constituent is specified.  [5]

(3)In this subclass, coating compositions comprising two or more macromolecular constituents are classified according to the macromolecular constituent or constituents present in the highest proportion, i.e. the constituent on which the composition is based. If the composition is based on two or more constituents, present in equal proportions, the composition is classified according to each of these constituents.

 Example: a coating composition containing 80 parts of polyethene and 20 parts of polyvinylchloride is classified in group C09D 123/06. A coating composition containing 40 parts of polyethene and 40 parts of polyvinylchloride is classified in groups C09D 123/06 and C09D 127/06.  [5]

(4)In groups C09D 101/00 to C09D 201/00, it is desirable to add the indexing codes relating to additional macromolecular constituents of the coating composition. The indexing codes, which are chosen from the said groups, have the same numbers as the classification symbols, but a colon is used instead of the oblique stroke, and should be linked.

 Example: a coating composition containing 80 parts of polyethene and 20 parts of polyvinylchloride is classified and indexed as follows: C09D 123/06 //(C09D 123/06, C09D 127:06)  [5]

(5)Attention is drawn to Chapter IV of the Guide which sets forth the rules concerning the application and presentation of the different types of indexing code.  [6]


Subclass Index

COATING COMPOSITIONS, e.g. PAINTS, VARNISHES, LACQUERS 

Based on inorganic substances 

C09D 1/00 

Based on organic macromolecular substances 

C09D 101/00 to C09D 201/00 

Based on organic non-macromolecular compounds having at least one polymerisable carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bond 

C09D 4/00 

Physical nature or effects produced, including use as filling pastes 

C09D 5/00 

Other features 

C09D 7/00 

INKS 

C09D 11/00 

WOODSTAINS 

C09D 15/00 

CHEMICAL PAINT OR INK REMOVERS 

C09D 9/00 

CORRECTING FLUIDS 

C09D 10/00 

PASTES OR SOLIDS FOR COLOURING OR PRINTING 

Pencil-leads; crayon compositions; chalk compositions 

C09D 13/00 

Pigment pastes 

C09D 17/00 



1/

00Coating compositions, e.g. paints, varnishes or lacquers, based on inorganic substances (C04B takes precedence; glazes or vitreous enamels C03C)

1/

02.alkali metal silicates

1/

04..with organic additives

1/

06.cement

1/

08..with organic additives

1/

10.lime

1/

12..with organic additives


4/

00Coating compositions, e.g. paints, varnishes or lacquers, based on organic non-macromolecular compounds having at least one polymerisable carbon-to-carbon unsaturated bond  [5]

4/

02.Acrylmonomers  [5]

4/

04..Cyanoacrylate monomers  [5]

4/

06.in combination with a macromolecular compound other than an unsaturated polymer of groups C09D 159/00 to C09D 187/00  [5]


5/

00Coating compositions, e.g. paints, varnishes or lacquers, characterised by their physical nature or the effects produced; Filling pastes  [5]

5/

02.Emulsion paints

5/

03.Powdery paints (C09D 5/46 takes precedence)  [4]

5/

04.Thixotropic paints

5/

06.Artists' paints

5/

08.Anti-corrosive paints

5/

10..containing metal dust

5/

12..Wash primers

5/

14.Paints containing biocides, e.g. fungicides, insecticides, pesticides (C09D 5/16 takes precedence)  [6]

5/

16.Anti-fouling paints; Underwater paints  [6]

5/

18.Fireproof paints

5/

20.for coatings strippable as coherent films

5/

22.Luminous paints

5/

23.Magnetisable or magnetic paints or lacquers  [2]

5/

24.Electrically-conducting paints

5/

25.Electrically-insulating paints or lacquers  [2]

5/

26.Thermosensitive paints

5/

28.for wrinkle, crackle, orange-peel, or similar decorative effects

5/

29.for multicolour effects  [2]

5/

30.Camouflage paints

5/

32.Radiation-absorbing paints

5/

33.Radiation-reflecting paints (C09D 5/30 takes precedence)  [4]

5/

34.Filling pastes (materials for sealing or packing joints or covers C09K 3/10; materials for stopping leaks C09K 3/12)

5/

36.Pearl essence

5/

38.Paints containing free metal not provided for above  [2]

5/

44.for electrophoretic applications (C09D 5/46 takes precedence; processes for coating by electrophoresis C25D 13/00)  [4]

5/

46.for flame-spraying; for electrostatic or whirl-sintering coating  [4]


7/

00Other features (driers C09F 9/00)

7/

02.Use of compounds as anti-settling agents

7/

04.Use of compounds as anti-skinning agents

7/

06.Use of compounds as levelling agents

7/

12.Other additives

7/

14.Special processes for incorporating ingredients


9/

00Chemical paint or ink removers (fluid media for correction of typographical errors by coating C09D 10/00) [4]

9/

02.with abrasives

9/

04.with surface-active agents


10/

00Correcting fluids, e.g. fluid media for correction of typographical errors by coating  [5]


11/

00Inks

11/

02.Printing inks

11/

04..based on proteins

11/

06..based on fatty oils

11/

08..based on natural resins

11/

10..based on artificial resins

11/

12..based on waxes or bitumen

11/

14..based on carbohydrates

11/

16.Writing inks

11/

18..for use in ball-point writing instruments

11/

20..indelible


13/

00Pencil-leads; Crayon compositions; Chalk compositions


15/

00Woodstains  [2]


17/

00Pigment pastes, e.g. for mixing in paints (artists' paints C09D 5/06) [2]


Coating compositions based on polysaccharides or on their derivatives  [5]


101/

00Coating compositions based on cellulose, modified cellulose, or cellulose derivatives  [5]

101/

02.Cellulose; Modified cellulose  [5]

101/

04..Oxycellulose; Hydrocellulose  [5]

101/

06..Cellulose hydrate  [5]

101/

08.Cellulose derivatives  [5]

101/

10..Esters of organic acids  [5]

101/

12...Cellulose acetate  [5]

101/

14...Mixed esters, e.g. cellulose acetate-butyrate  [5]

101/

16..Esters of inorganic acids  [5]

101/

18...Cellulose nitrate  [5]

101/

20..Esters of both organic acids and inorganic acids  [5]

101/

22..Cellulose xanthate  [5]

101/

24...Viscose  [5]

101/

26..Cellulose ethers  [5]

101/

28...Alkyl ethers  [5]

101/

30...Aryl ethers; Aralkyl ethers  [5]

101/

32..Cellulose ether-esters  [5]


103/

00Coating compositions based on starch, amylose or amylopectin or on their derivatives or degradation products  [5]

103/

02.Starch; Degradation products thereof, e.g. dextrin  [5]

103/

04.Starch derivatives  [5]

103/

06..Esters  [5]

103/

08..Ethers  [5]

103/

10..Oxidised starch  [5]

103/

12.Amylose; Amylopectin; Degradation products thereof  [5]

103/

14.Amylose derivatives; Amylopectin derivatives  [5]

103/

16..Esters  [5]

103/

18..Ethers  [5]

103/

20..Oxidised amylose; Oxidised amylopectin  [5]

   C09D 105/00 - C09D 131/08  
 

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