What are cookies?
Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information which are sent to your browser and stored on your computer, mobile phone or other device when you visit a website. The cookies send information back to the website each time you return.
What type of cookies we use?
Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are essential in order to enable you to move around and navigate the Websites and use their features.
Functionality cookies record information about choices you have made and allow to tailor the Websites to you. Sanitex uses functionality cookies to remember choices you make such as language preference, country location, or other online settings and provide personalized or enhanced features that you select, so that next time you visit you won’t have to enter all this information again. For example Sanitex can also read your browser settings so that our Websites will be displayed properly on your screen. If you delete functionality cookies, any preferences or settings you selected will not be retained for later visits.
Statistics/ Performance cookies
Sanitex uses those cookies to gather information about the way visitors use our Websites. These statistics provide us with insight into how often our webpages are visited, where on our Websites our visitors spend the most time, how often they interact with a page or part of a page, this allows us to make the structure, navigation, and content of our Websites as user-friendly as possible. Sanitex is able to keep track if you experience any errors and determine which parts of our Websites need to be adjusted.
Specific cookies we use
Website visitor accounting and statistics cookies (_gat; _gid; _ga)
These cookies are used to collect statistical information about site traffic. The resulting data is used to improve the Website and generate reports related to the Website. Statistics are collected with the Google Analytics tool. The results are anonymous and are used only for statistics.
Read more about Google Analytics.
In case you do not want to provide us with the statistical information press here.
Website visitor behaviour accounting cookies (__insp_sid, __insp_ref, __insp_scpt, __insp_nv, __insp_wid, __insp_identity, __insp_uid)
These cookies are used to collect information how visitors use Website and to understand why they use one or another feature. The results obtained allow us to improve our site by fixing problem areas that the user encounters. The data is collected using the Inspectlet tool. More information about Inspectlet.
All cookies other than __insp_uid are deleted at the end of the session. __insp_uid is a long-term cookie that is valid until you delete it using your browser settings.
Cookies required for the website to function (PHPSESSID, cookiesAgree, cookieconsent_status, language, oxposaddresscount, oxuser, sid, sid_key, sidebar-opened, userid, product_layout, miniCartOpened)
Cookies language, oxposaddresscount, oxuser, sid, sid_key, sidebar-opened, userid and PHPSESSID are designed to realize the functionality of a Website. They are required to login to the ordering system and help to identify if you are already logged in or not, what products you have chosen to purchase or whether mobile or desktop version should be shown. Most of them are deleted when the session ends. Cookie userid is deleted after 3 hours. Cookies cookiesAgree, cookieconsent_status help to remember your choice regarding the usage of the cookies on this Website. Depending on your choice cookies are kept from 1 to 6 months.
What information is collected by cookies?
We want to emphasize that no personal data that allows to identify you is collected and all collected information is used solely for traffic analysis purposes. With the help of our cookies, we collect the following information:
- total number of users who visited the website;
- time spent by the user on the page;
- number of users viewing the page per sesion;
- the ratio of new / old visitors;
- gender and age of visitors;
- hobbies of visitors;
- what browser was used to visit the page, its version and language;
- the location from which the page was visited;
- the name of the Internet provider;
- The device on which the page was viewed (fixed computer, tablet or mobile phone);
- How the website was reached (directly by typing the web address in the browser, through search engines (Google, Bing, etc.), via social networks (Facebook, VK, etc.) through other links);
- time zone;
- user last seen date;
- mouse activity including pixel coordinates for mouse movements and clicks and keyboard activity typed into non-sensitive input fields.
How to control cookies?
Validity and Amendments