Your privacy is important to us. To explain how we protect your privacy, we provide this notice explaining our policy which covers both this website and our e-newsletter service.
If you do not agree to the terms in this Policy, we kindly ask you to leave the site and do not sign up to the e-newsletter.
Collection Of Data
The National Fluid Power Centre wholly supports privacy when relating to the collection of personal data, this is processed in line with the commitment of our parent company, the RNN Group. It is too this end, we follow the procedures and guidelines set out in the Group’s documentation, therefore adhering to all policies and statutory regulation.
First Party Cookies
Cookies are placed onto your machine by every website you visit, and most of those websites, including ours, may not function correctly without them. However if you would like to disable cookies, you can read how to do so in your browser on AboutCookies.org.
The National Fluid Centre uses the following cookies:
These cookies are created by nfpc.co.uk to enable the functionality of various aspects of our website.
Random numbers and letters – PHP session cookie which identifies a specific user’s session. This will expire when you leave the website.
- nf_wp_sessio, wfvt_2121830304, wordfence_verifiedHuman – Cookies that determine that the user is Human.
- _gali – Navigation menu cookie
- uncodeAI.css, uncodeAI.images, uncodeAI.screen – Main Template cookies which determine display attributes specific to the user.
Third Party Cookies
Third party cookies are created by companies to provide various services which we use to enhance our site. The only one we use is Google Analytics – a free, powerful analytics tool used to determine where your visitors are coming from and what content they are looking at. No personal information is collected by Google Analytics and we recommend this service to all our clients.
- _ga, _gat, __utm(x) – Google Analytics
- Any cookies beginning with _ga, _gat and __utm are used to collect information about traffic and user activity.