COOKIES AND PERSONAL DATA PAGE

When you visit our site (www.saniflo.co.uk), cookies are stored on your computer, mobile phone, or tablet.

We use cookies to enable you, for example, to log in and access your account, manage your basket, and customise your offers. (Pro Area of the website).

In total, we use three types of cookies: 

- CMS cookies, with which the site was created 

- Analytics cookies

- Third-party cookies from advertising networks

This page will help you to better understand how cookies work and how to configure them.

WHAT IS A COOKIE?

A cookie is a small text file (code) stored on your computer when you visit a site or click on an advertisement. Among other things, the purpose of cookies is to collect information about your web browsing and send you personalised services.

In your computer, cookies are managed by your Internet browser.

DIFFERENT ISSUERS

SFA / Saniflo cookies

These are cookies stored on your computer by www.saniflo.co.uk for navigation and optimisation of our services on the site.

Third-party cookies

These are cookies stored by third-party companies while you browse our site (for example, advertising networks: Google or YouTube) in order to provide you with promotional offers.

We do not control the cookies stored by the advertising networks acting on their own behalf.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF COOKIES

Different types of cookies are used on our site, and they each have a different purpose. Some are required for your use of our site.

REQUIRED COOKIES

These cookies are necessary to enable the key functionality of the site and are automatically activated when you use this site.

Examples of permitted functionalities

- Saving login information and providing a secure connection

- Saving the progress of a task or transaction

Examples of NON-permitted functionalities

- Analysing use of the site to provide personalised content 

- Gathering statistics to optimise the site's functionality

- Remembering what's in your basket

- Allowing third parties to provide social media sharing tools

- Having greater consistency in the appearance of the site

- Offering you promotions and advertisements that match your interests

- Allowing third parties to provide you with ads that match your interests 

- Allowing sharing of pages on social networks

- Allowing comments to be published

FUNCTIONAL COOKIES

These cookies enable additional features such as saving preferences, enabling social interactions, and analysing usage to optimise the site.

Examples of permitted functionalities

- Saving login information and providing a secure connection

- Saving the progress of a task or transaction

- Analysing use of the site to provide personalised content

- Gathering statistics to optimise the site's functionality

- Remembering what's in your basket

- Allowing third parties to provide social media sharing tools

- Greater consistency in the appearance of the site

Examples of NON-permitted functionalities

- Offering you promotions and advertisements that match your interests

- Allowing third parties to show you ads that match your interests on sites other than Oracle sites

- Allowing users to share pages with social networks

- Allowing comments to be published

ADVERTISING COOKIES

These cookies are used by us and by third parties to offer advertisements that correspond to your interests.

Examples of permitted functionalities

- Saving login information and providing a secure connection

- Saving the progress of a task or transaction

- Analysing use of the site to provide personalised content

- Gathering statistics to optimise the site's functionality

- Remembering what's in your basket

- Allowing third parties to provide social media sharing tools

- Greater consistency in the appearance of the site

- Offering you promotions and advertisements that match your interests

- Allowing third parties to show you ads that match your interests on sites other than Oracle sites

- Allowing users to share pages with social networks

- Allowing comments to be published

ACCEPTING OR REFUSING COOKIES

There are a few ways that you can manage cookies.

Your Internet browser settings

Whenever you want, you can choose to disable cookies. Your browser can also be set to notify you of the cookies that are stored on your computer and prompt you to accept them or not. You can accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis, or you can block them systematically once and for all.

Please note that this setting is likely to change your conditions of access to our services that require the use of cookies.

If your browser is configured to block all cookies, you will not be able to make purchases or take advantage of essential features of our site, such as saving items in your basket or receiving personalised recommendations. In order to manage cookies as closely as possible to your expectations, we would invite you to configure your browser taking into account the purpose of cookies as mentioned above.

How to control or prevent registration of cookies:

Each browser's configuration is different. You should find a description in your browser’s ‘Help’ function, which will tell you how to change your settings for cookies.

You can disable cookies by following these instructions:

1/ if you are using Internet Explorer

In Internet Explorer, click the “Tools” button, and then click “Internet options”.

In the “General” tab, under “Browsing history”, click “Settings”.

Click the “View files” button.

Click the “Name” column header to sort all files in alphabetical order, then browse through the list until you see files that begin with "cookie" (all cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created the cookie).

Close the window that contains the list of files, and then click “OK” twice to return to Internet Explorer.

2/ if you are using Firefox

Go to the "Tools" tab of the browser and select the "Options" menu

In the window that appears, choose "Privacy”, and click on "Show cookies".

3/ if you are using Safari

In your browser, choose the "Edit" menu, then "Preferences".

Click on "Security" and then on “Show cookies”.

After deleting cookies, click “Done”.

4/ if you are using Google Chrome

Click on the "Tools" menu icon, select "Options", then click on the "Advanced options" tab and go to the "Privacy" section.

Click the “Show Cookies” button.

Delete cookies and click "Close" to return to your browser

MORE INFORMATION

For more information on how cookies work, please visit the Information Commissioner’s Office website at:  https://ico.org.uk/media/for-organisations/documents/1545/cookies_guidance.pdf

Note: If you block cookies in your browser, your device will no longer be tracked when you visit our website. However, please note that by blocking cookies, you will also block features of our site and it may not work properly.