In this policy, we use the term “cookies” to refer to cookies and other similar technology covered by the EU Directive on privacy and electronic communications.
Cookies are small data files that your browser places on your computer or device. Cookies help your browser to browse a website and cookies themselves cannot collect information stored on your computer or in your files.
When a server uses a web browser to read cookies, the latter may help the website to provide a more user-friendly service. To protect your privacy, your browser allows a website to access only those cookies that it has already sent to you.
Cookies remember the type of browser that you use and the additional browser software you have installed. They also remember your preferences, such as language and region, which remain your default settings when you return to the website. Cookies also enable you to note pages and fill in comment forms.
Some of the cookies we use are session cookies, which are temporary and disappear when you close your browser. Others are persistent cookies, stored on your computer for a longer period of time. These cookies are used to measure traffic to the website and the retention period for the information will not exceed six months, beyond which, the data will be made anonymous.
For more information: the Personal Data Protection and Management Policy.
If you wish, you can chose to disable or block the cookies defined by Knauf Industries or the websites of any third-party service provider by modifying your browser settings – please check the Help section of your browser for more details.
Please note that most browsers automatically accept cookies and if you do not want cookies to be used, you may have to delete or block cookies yourself.
You can also visit www.allaboutcookies.org to find out how to delete or disable cookies and to get more information about cookies in general.
These cookies are used to store information about sessions. Web pages have no memory. Session cookies enable website owners to track the movements of users visiting the website from one page to another, to avoid asking them for the same information that they have already given on the website. Session cookies are deleted when you close your browser.
When visiting the website, these cookies are used to store information about the type of browser used and the additional browser software installed. They also store the preferences selected when customising the website, such as location, language or favourite fonts. These preferences are stored using persistent cookies, and when the user next visits the website, they will not have to set them again.
These cookies are used to store information that users provide when filling in forms and clicking on the Save button. The data stored is only used to populate the fields of the form when the user returns to the same page.
Web analytics cookies help us to learn more about your interaction with our content to enable us to improve the presentation of our website. They collect information about how visitors use our website, the user’s referral website, the number of visits each user makes, and the length of time a user visits the website.
This information does not record specific data about the individual user but is used to build web usage statistics in a summarised format.
We use Google Analytics, please consult the Third-Party Cookies section for more information.
Here is the list of third-party cookies that we use on our website. If you would like more information about these cookies and to find out how to disable or delete cookies, please consult their individual privacy policies using the links provided.
This web analytics cookie collects information about how visitors use our website, the user’s referral website, the number of visits of each user and the length of time a user visits the website. This information does not record specific data about the individual user but is used to build web usage statistics in a summarised format.
We incorporate videos or insert links to YouTube videos on our website. As a result, when you visit a page with content embedded or linked to YouTube, you may encounter cookies from these websites.
The website Adobe provides information on how to delete or disable Flash Cookies for a specific domain or for all websites – for more information, visit this link. Please note that restricting the use of Flash Cookies may impact the features available for Flash applications.
This website uses services provided by Hotjar Ltd. Hotjar provides services such as heatmaps, visitor behaviour recordings, conversation funnels, form analysis, polls and user feedback surveys. The information generated by this tracking code and the cookies regarding your use of the website will be transmitted and stored by Hotjar on servers in Ireland. With the Hotjar tracking code, the information collected includes:
– Device-specific data
The following information may be collected from your device and your browser:
Our servers automatically record information created using Hotjar. The data includes:
Hotjar will use this information to analyse your use of the website, compile reports of website activity for the website’s operators and provide other services relating to website activity and Internet usage. Hotjar uses a variety of services hosted by third parties, such as Google Analytics and Optimizely. These services may collect information sent by your browser as part of a web page request, such as cookies or your IP request. For more information on how Google Analytics and Optimizely collect and use your information, please refer to their privacy policies. By continuing to use this website, you consent to the processing of the aforementioned data by Hotjar and by third parties used by Hotjar, in accordance with their respective privacy policies. Cookies used by Hotjar have different durations; some are 365 days, others only last for the duration of the session.
If you do not want Hotjar to collect your data, click here: https://www.hotjar.com/opt-out