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Imprint Braunschweiger Flammenfilter GmbH Industriestr. 11 D-38110 Braunschweig phone: +49 (0) 5307 / 809-0 fax: +49 (0) 5307 / 7824 e-mail: office@protego.com Trade Register Braunschweig HRB 1983 VAT-No. DE 811188775  Managing Director: Dr.-Ing. Michael Davies Copyright advise: All articles and pictures published on this website are subject to copyright. Every utilization which is not permitted by copyright law requires a previous written allowance of the offeror. This is valid for duplication, editing, translation, saving, processing and reporting of content in databases and any other electronic media and systems. Copies and downloads of the websites and their contents may only be prepared for personal, private and not commercial usage. The information is without obligation: The offeror assumes no liability for correctness, completeness and actuality of the prepared information. The articles represent the opinion of the respective author.  Data protection advise:  All persons mentioned on this website herewith disagree about any commercial usage and transfer of their data (vgl.§ 28 BDSG). The content of external links is not verified by us. They are subject to the liability of the respective offeror. image source: www.taylor-photography.de, www.leipmedia.de, https://de.fotolia.com/, https://unsplash.com/: ©Sascha Tiebel, ©moonrun, ©ikKsuEpseLonZet, ©Mark Ross, ©onlinebewerbung.de, ©Okea, ©DEHJ, ©apfelweile, ©Lianem, ©Petr Vaclavek, ©Martine et Stéphane, ©Roman A. Kozlov, ©Volodymyr Vasylkiv, ©Dimitrije Paunovic, ©DeVIce, ©Cmon, ©Barcabloo, ©Michael Kempf, ©Kati Molin, ©bluemap, ©pressmaster, ©Freehand, ©demarco, ©bilderbox, ©cornelius, ©anweber, ©Nicole Honeywill, ©Robin Sommer, ©Ron Dyar, ©rawpixel, ©Beatriz Pérez Moya
General terms of business of Braunschweiger Flammenfilter GmbH I. General The only terms applicable to the contract are our terms of business. We shall not accept any customer terms that conflict with or differ from our own, save only if we have specifically agreed to them. Our not objecting to any order terms or other terms of business of the customer shall in no way constitute agreement to them. In particular, making the delivery and/or providing the contractual service shall not represent any implied consent to the customer's terms of business. Any conditions agreed within the contractual relationship on an individual contract basis shall take precedence over the general terms of business. Any amendments, side agreements and/or addenda within the framework of any individual contracts require our written confirmation. Should any individual provision of these general terms of business be or become wholly or partially unenforceable, the validity of the remaining provisions shall be unaffected by this. II. Quotation and contract signature Our quotations are subject to confirmation. No binding contract is entered into until we have provided our written order confirmation. Our written order confirmation is definitive in relation to the content and scope of the contract. This applies also to any side agreements, amendments, addenda, etc. The documents accompanying the quotations, such as illustrations, drawings, weight details, measurements and/or other technical data, or sundry operating or German or foreign standards to which reference is made merely indicate the contract's subject matter. We reserve title rights and copyright to all illustrations, drawings and other documents produced by us in relation to the job. They may be made accessible to third parties only with our written consent. We reserve the right as a result of technical advances to make changes and improvements in respect of the design, materials and finish if the contractual purpose is not significantly changed by this and the change does not appear unreasonable for the customer. III. Price and payment The prices stated are ex works, including loading in the works, but excluding packaging and value added tax. The quotation is based on the latest technology and/or relevant regulations or other safety provisions at the time that it is submitted. In the event of any changes pursuant to technical advances occurring in the meantime and before contract signature or shipping, we are to be reimbursed for the resultant additional costs. In the absence of any separate contractual agreement, our invoices are to be paid net and in full within 30 days. If the customer falls into arrears or fails in any other way to meet its payment obligations, e.g. if a cheque or bill of exchange cannot be redeemed, we shall be entitled, regardless of any extension agreements for the term of bills of exchange received but not yet due, to make all financial claims against the customer payable at once. We shall also be entitled to provide any outstanding deliveries or services only against prepayment or the provision of security by the customer. The customer shall have the right to withhold payments or to set off our claims with counter-claims only if the counter-claims are undisputed or have been legally determined without recourse to appeal. IV. Delivery lead time and delays The delivery lead time is derived from our order confirmation, which is thus definitive in this regard. Our adherence to this delivery lead time requires that all commercial and technical issues have been clarified with the customer and that the latter has fulfilled all of its obligations, e.g., has acquired the required certificates or permits from government authorities and/or made any contractually agreed advance payment. We shall be deemed to have met the delivery deadline if by that time the products to be delivered have left our factory or the customer has been notified that they are ready to ship. If the customer has to formally accept the product, the definitive date – except in the event of any justified refusal to perform the acceptance procedure – shall be the date of formal acceptance or alternatively of our notification that product is ready for the acceptance process. If the shipment or the acceptance of our product is delayed due to reasons for which the customer is responsible, we shall bill the latter for the costs incurred by the delay, beginning one month following notification of readiness for shipment or acceptance. Any deliveries that are not made or are delayed due to circumstances beyond our control, including a delay in the supply to ourselves of key materials, shall entitle us to make the delivery at a correspondingly later date or to cancel the contract in whole or in part. We shall inform the customer as soon as possible when any such circumstances first arise and when they are over. We do not take back any transportation or other forms of packaging. The only exception is multi-use pallets. The customer is required to dispose of the packaging at its own expense. V. Transfer of risk and acceptance The risk is transferred to the customer when our product has left our factory, including when partial deliveries are being made or we have taken on further matters, e.g., the shipping costs or delivery and installation. If a formal acceptance procedure is to be performed, it is the definitive juncture as regards the transfer of risk. If the product supplied by us or the services that we have rendered need to be formally accepted, the formal acceptance is the definitive juncture as regards the transfer of risk. The acceptance procedure must be performed without delay on the acceptance date, alternatively, following our notification of readiness for acceptance. Any immaterial flaw or deficiency shall not entitle the customer to refuse acceptance. If there is a delay or failure of shipment or acceptance as a consequence of circumstances beyond our control, the risk shall be transferred to the customer as of the date of notification of readiness for shipping or acceptance.   VI. Warranty To the exclusion of all other claims, and subject to section VII, we provide the following warranties in respect of defects in quality or title of the products supplied by us and of any installation or repair jobs and any other contractual services: Quality defects The customer must inspect the delivered products immediately after delivery and notify us in writing without delay of any defects that exist, otherwise we shall be freed of any liability for defects. We shall have the right to fulfil our warranty obligation through repair or replacement. If the repair or replacement fails to resolve the issue, the customer shall retain the right to demand a lowering of the payment to be made (a price reduction) or, if it so chooses, to cancel the contract. The customer shall, in agreement with us, allow us the required time and opportunity to perform any repairs and replacement deliveries that appear necessary to us; otherwise, we shall be released from any liability for any resulting consequences. Only in urgent cases of a threat to operational safety or to prevent the occurrence of disproportionately high losses, when we are to be notified immediately, shall the customer have the right to remedy the defect itself or to have the defect remedied by a third party and to demand reimbursement from us of the expenditure incurred. The customer shall have the right to cancel the contract, within the scope of statutory provisions, if we – taking into account the statutory exceptions – allow a reasonable deadline set for us to provide the repair or replacement pursuant to a quality defect to pass without said remedy being provided. If the only defect is of no material significance, the customer shall have only the right to a reduction of the contract price. The right to reduction of the contract price is excluded in all other cases. In the following situations we accept no liability: improper or incorrect use or flawed installation and/or commissioning by the customer or a third party, natural wear and tear, incorrect or careless handling or incorrect maintenance, unsuitable operating materials, deficient building works, unsuitable subsoil, chemical, electrochemical or electrical influences, insofar as they are beyond our control. Failure to adhere to the operating instruction that we provided with the product rules out any form of liability. If the customer or a third party that it commissions performs any repairs, we shall not be liable for any consequences arising from this. The same shall apply to any modifications made to the product without our prior consent. Defects of title If the use of the product supplied by us leads to the infringement of industrial property rights or copyrights in Germany, we shall acquire at our expense the right for the customer to continue to use it or shall modify the product in a way that is reasonable for the customer and that ensures that there is no longer any infringement of industrial property rights. If this cannot be done in a reasonable way from a business perspective or within a reasonable length of time, the customer shall be entitled to cancel the contract. We shall also have the right to cancel the contract under the conditions described above. The obligations relating to us in the above provision are, subject only to the provisions of section VII, our full obligations in relation to any breach of copyright or industrial property rights. Said obligations are effective only if the customer notifies us immediately of any claimed infringements of industrial property rights or copyrights, the customer gives us all reasonable support in defending any claim that is made and/or enables us to carry out modifications as per the above provision, we retain the right to take any measures to defend ourselves against the claim, including out of court settlements, the defect of title is not related to any instruction from the customer, and the breach of rights was not caused by the customer making alterations to the product supplied by us without our consent or by using it in ways other than as intended by the contract. VII. Liability If any case arises of warranty or liability in relation to the products or services that we supplied, we are to be involved without delay in the investigation of the loss. If as a result of us being responsible for not or incorrectly carrying out any proposals made or advice given before or after contract signature or through the breach of any other secondary contractual obligations - especially instruction on operating and maintaining the product - the product supplied by us cannot be used by the customer as intended by the contract, then, to the exclusion of any further claims from the customer, the provisions of sections VI and VIII, point 3 shall accordingly apply. We shall not be liable - on any legal basis - for any damage that arises not on the product supplied by us itself, except in the event of intent, in the event of gross negligence by the owner / management boards or executive employees, in the event of culpable injury to life, body or health, in the event of deficiencies that we fraudulently conceal or of a breach of a guarantee of the properties of the product, in the event of defects in the product supplied by us, if pursuant to the Product Liability Act we are liable for personal injury or material damage to privately used items. In the event of a culpable breach of a material contractual obligation, we shall be liable even in the case of gross negligence by staff who are not senior executives and in the event of minor negligence. In the latter case our liability shall be limited to the cover provided by our extended product liability insurance policy and to 5 million euros per claim. In each instance our contractual obligation shall be limited to the reasonably foreseeable losses for contracts of this type. No other claims shall be entertained. Insofar as our liability is excluded or limited, the same shall also apply to the personal liability of our employees, trade representatives and other agents. VIII. Retention of title The goods supplied shall remain our property until all invoices arising from the business relationship have been paid in full. If the item supplied is processed or combined with items not belonging to us, we shall acquire joint title to the new object in proportion to the value of the item we supplied compared to that of the other items at the time of the processing, combining, etc. The same shall apply to the object created through processing, combining, etc. as for the item supplied by us subject to retention of title. The customer shall be entitled to sell on the purchased item in the normal course of business. Under no circumstances, however, may the item be ceded in the normal course of business as security to any third party. In the event of the item being sold in the normal course of business, the purchase price paid shall take the item's place. The customer assigns to us even now all receivables arising from any sale up to the level of our final invoice amount inclusive of value added tax. The customer shall be authorised to collect these receivables for as long as it meets its payment obligations towards us. In view of the extended title retention (advance assignment of the respective purchase price claim) any assignment to a third party, especially to a bank, is against the terms of the contract and therefore not permissible. We shall be entitled to check the customer's sales literature at any time and to inform its customers of the assignment. If the value of the securities pursuant to the above provision is for the foreseeable future in excess by over 10% of the amount of the outstanding receivables secured by them, the customer shall be entitled to demand of us the release of securities equal to said excess. The customer expressly grants us the right to take back the item with retained title and for this purpose to access its premises, facilities and workplaces etc. without such taking back being seen as cancellation of the contract. The latter shall apply only if we expressly declare it in writing. IX. Applicable law and jurisdiction The applicable law for the contractual relationship shall be German law. There shall be no application of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods. The courts of Braunschweig shall have jurisdiction for any and all claims made by either party arising from the business relationship with a sole trader, a corporate entity or special public body. All obligations arising from the contractual relationship are to be fulfilled in Braunschweig.
Privacy Statement This privacy statement provides you, a user of our website, with all the necessary information on how, to what extent, and for which purposes we or third-party providers collect data from you and use it. Your data is collected and used strictly in accordance with the legal guidelines, especially the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and the Federal Data Protection Act (new). We feel especially obliged to maintain confidentiality of your personal data and hence we strictly work within the limits set for us by the legal guidelines. If it is possible for us, this personal data is collected on a voluntary basis. Also, we pass on this data to third parties only after getting an explicit approval from you to do so. We ensure a high level of security for the most sensitive data, such as the data used in payment transactions or for the data with regard to your enquiries to us, by using a SSL encryption. However, here we would like to mention the general risks that can occur while using the internet, on which we have no control. Your data is not secure in email correspondence in particular, unless special precautions are taken, and in some cases it can be collected by third parties. Names and contact details of parties responsible for processing data: Braunschweiger Flammenfilter GmbH Dr. Michael Davies, Managing Director Telephone number +49 5307 / 809-0  Email address office@protego.com The contact details of the data protection officer:  Kämmer Consulting GmbH Telephone number: +49 531  /702249-0 Email address: dsb-team@kaemmer-consulting.de Purpose of processing data For using our websites, the following data is saved for organisational and technical reasons: the name of websites that you have visited, the browser you use and your operating system, date and time of visit, the search engine used, name of downloaded files and your IP address. We analyse this technical data anonymously and only for statistical purposes, in order to continue to optimise our online presence and to make our online services even more attractive. This data is stored on secure systems, separate from other personal data. We do not use your data to draw conclusions about you personally. Processing personal data We process personal data in the scope of data reduction and data economy, only to the extent and as long as it is required for using our website or to the extent prescribed by law. We care deeply about protecting your personal data and we strictly follow the corresponding legal regulations, as well as this data privacy statement for collecting and processing personal data. If the purpose of collecting data has already been fulfilled, or if the legal storage period is over, the collected data is blocked or deleted. Our website can be used regularly without transferring personal data. If we collect personal data, like your name, your address, or your email address, it is done on a voluntary basis. This data is not disclosed to third parties without getting an explicit approval from you for the same. Please note that in general data is not always transferred safely on the internet. Security cannot be guaranteed for the transfer of data, especially for the data transferred in email correspondence. The collected data is not used for an automated case-by-case decision making or profiling or scoring. Your rights as the user You can get information for free at any time regarding your personal data saved by us, about its origin, its recipients and the purpose of processing data. In addition, you have the right to demand that your data be corrected, blocked or deleted. Exception to this is the data which is stored because of legal guidelines or which is required for doing business properly. To ensure that a data lock can be implemented anytime, data is stored for monitoring purposes in a lock file. If the data is not collected because of a legal archiving obligation, we shall delete your data at your request. If there is an archiving obligation, we shall block your data. For all questions and concerns regarding the correction, blocking or deletion of personal data, please contact our data protection officers using the contact details given in this privacy statement or using the address given in the company details. If you believe that your rights are not fully respected in the handling of your personal data, you have the right to submit a complaint to the regulatory authority responsible for users. Contact form A contact form is available on our webpage for you which can be used for getting electronic contact details. If you fill out the contact form, the data entered in the form is sent to us and processed. This data includes: Your name, your e-mail address, and your address. When the form is sent, the following data is also saved: Your IP address, date and time of sending the form. You are referred to this privacy statement before sending your contact request, and you must confirm to us that you have received this information by ticking a box. Alternatively, you can contact us via the given email address. In that case, the personal data of the user sent via email is processed.  Data is not transferred to third parties in this context. The data is only used for processing the contact request. When your request is processed completely, the personal data from the contact form is deleted immediately. The personal data additionally collected during the sending process is deleted at the latest after a period of seven days. Upon receiving a request from you, we shall delete your personal data immediately. But if you request the deletion of personal data processed in the scope of your request (via contact form or email), your request may not be processed any longer. Cookies We use Cookies on our website. These small text files are saved from our server on your PC. Cookies support the display of our website and help you navigate our website. Cookies collect data about your IP address, your browser, your operating system and your internet connection. We do not associate this information with personal data and we do not pass it on to third parties. We do not use Cookies to bring malware or spy programs to your computer. You can use our website even without Cookies, but in that case some displays and functions of our website may work only in a limited way. If you want to deactivate Cookies, you can do that using special settings in your browser. Please use the help function in the browser to be able to make the corresponding settings. You can manage online advertising Cookies using the following links: www.aboutads.info/choices for the USA, www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices for Europe. Collecting access data Providing and displaying the content on our website technically requires us to collect specific data. With your access to our website, these so-called server log files are recorded by us or the provider of the web space. These log files do not allow us to deduce details about you. The corresponding information consists of the name of the website, the file, the current date, the volume of data, the web browser and its version, the operating system used, the domain name of your Internet Provider, the Referrer-URL of the page from where you came to our website, and the corresponding IP address. We use this data for displaying and providing our content and for statistical purposes. The information thus obtained supports us in providing and continuously improving our website. We also have the right to subsequently review the aforementioned data if there is a suspicion of illegal use of our website. Content and services of third party providers Our website may also have content, services and resources of other providers who add to our website. Examples of such services are Maps by Google-Maps, YouTube Videos or graphics by third parties. Using these services of third parties regularly necessitates passing on your IP address. In this way, it is possible for these providers to know your user IP address and to save it. We make every effort to ensure that only those third party providers are involved who use the IP addresses only for providing content. However, we have no control over which third party provider saves the IP address. They could save it for example, for statistical purposes. If we receive information about the process of saving data by third party providers, we shall share it with our users immediately. In this context, please see the special privacy statements for individual third party providers and service providers, whose services we use on our website. This information is also given in this privacy statement. Newsletter You can register on our website to receive our newsletter. For that, we will need your e-mail address. In addition, in accordance with the corresponding legal guidelines, we must check if the given e-mail address actually belongs to you and if you want to receive the newsletter (Double-Opt-In process). Hence, we collect information that enables us to check this. The data collected in this context is useful for sending and receiving the newsletter. The purpose of collecting data here is different and this data is not passed on to third parties. Apart from the information required for sending the newsletter, no other data is collected from our side. Since sending and receiving the newsletter depends on your consent, you can revoke this consent for collecting and saving your data at any time without giving reasons for it. To do that, use the “Unsubscribe link” given in the newsletter. SSL Encryption Our website uses a SSL encryption for transferring confidential or personal data of our users. This encryption is activated for example, for processing a payment transaction and for requests that you send us through our website. Please make sure that the SSL encryption is activated from your side for the aforementioned activities. It is easy to check if a website is encrypted: The URL of the website begins with “https://” instead of “http://”. Data encrypted using SSL cannot be read by third parties. Please transfer your confidential information only when the SSL encryption is active and if you have any doubts please contact us. Facebook Plugin On our website there are Plugins of the social network Facebook. It is operated by Facebook Inc., based in USA, California 94025, 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park. The Facebook logo or the “Like” button on our website indicates Facebook-Plugins. To get an overview of the Facebook Plugins please see developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins/. When you visit our website, we directly establish a connection to the Facebook server through the Plugin. Then, through your browser, you are connected to the Facebook server. For Facebook, this shows that you visited our website with your IP address. By clicking on the Facebook “Like” button, you link the content on our website with your profile on Facebook. Facebook can link your visit to our website to your user account. We don’t know which type of content is sent to Facebook and how Facebook uses it. For more information on data collection and data usage, please refer to the privacy statement of Facebook on de-de.facebook.com/policy.php. You can prevent linking your visit to our website with your Facebook profile by simply logging out of your Facebook account before visiting our website. Google AdWords We use Google AdWords on our website which is an online advertising program by Google Inc.. Conversion tracking is used in it. With this tool, Google AdWords installs a Cookie on your PC if you have visited our website from a Google Ad. The Cookie is not valid after 30 days. It is not used for tracking personal information. If you visit our website as a user, and the Cookie is still working, we and Google know that you have clicked on the corresponding advertisement and have been directed to our website. Here, every Google AdWords customer is assigned a different Cookie. Cookies cannot be tracked through the websites of AdWords customers. Conversion statistics are prepared for AdWords customers with the data obtained from Conversion Cookies. As customers, we get to know the total number of users who reacted to our advertisement and were then directed to a website which had a conversion tracking tag. In this process, we do not get any information with which we could identify you personally as the user. If you reject the tracking process, the Cookie of Google conversion tracking can be deactivated through your internet browser. If required, use the help function in the browser for more information. For more information on the data protection regulations of Google visit www.google.de/policies/privacy/. Using Google Analytics This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service by Google Inc, (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043, USA; “;Google”). The operating mode “Universal Analytics” is used here. That is how it is possible to assign data, sessions and interactions over several devices to a pseudonymous User-ID and thus to analyse the activities of a user across devices. Google Analytics uses so-called “Cookies”, text files, which are saved on your computer, to enable an analysis of your website activity. The information regarding your activity on this website generated through the Cookie is transferred, as a rule, to a Google server in the USA and saved there. If IP anonymisation is activated on this website, your IP address is truncated in advance by Google within Member States of the European Union or in other States party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. The full IP address is sent to a Google server in the USA and truncated there only in exceptional cases. The IP address sent from your browser in the scope of Google Analytics is not linked with other data collected by Google. On behalf of the operator of this website, Google shall use this information to analyse your website usage, to compile reports on the website activities, and to provide other services related to website and internet usage to the website operator. Here our legitimate interest also lies in data processing. The legal basis for using Google Analytics is § 15 paragraph 3 TMG (German Telemedia Act) or Art. 6 paragraph 1 lit. f GDPR. The data sent by us and the data connected with Cookies, user names (e.g. User ID) or advertising IDs is deleted automatically after 14 months. The data for which the storage period is over is deleted automatically once a month. More information on terms of use and data protection is given on www.google.com/analytics/terms/de.html or on policies.google.com. You can stop the storage of Cookies by making the proper setting in your browser software; however, we would like to point out that after making that setting, it is possible that all the functions of this website cannot be used fully. Furthermore, you can stop the collection of the data generated through the Cookie as well as the data about your usage of the website (incl. Your IP Address) and the processing of this data by Google, by downloading the browser add-on (https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de) and installing it. Opt-Out-Cookies prevent the collection of your data in the future when you visit this website. To prevent the collection by Universal Analytics through various devices, you must make settings for Opt-Out on all the systems that you use. If you click here, the Opt-Out Cookie is installed: disable Google Analytics This privacy notice is provided on www.intersoft-consulting.de. Google Analytics - Remarketing We use the Remarketing function of Google Inc. on our website. In this function, together with Google, we present advertisements adapted to our users that interest them. In this process, Cookies are installed on your PC. Cookies are text files that recognise users when they visit websites, thus enabling interest based advertising in the entire Google network. In this context, Google does not collect personal data and according to Google it does not make connections with other Google services. You can block the Remarketing function of Google, by making the relevant settings on www.google.com/settings/ads. Furthermore, the use of Cookies can be deactivated via www.networkadvertising.org/managing/opt_out.asp or by changing the settings in your browser. If necessary, use the Help function of the browser. For more information on Google Remarketing and the general privacy statement of Google, go to: www.google.com/privacy/ads/. Google Maps Plugin We use a Plugin of the internet service Google Maps on our website. Google Maps is operated by Google Inc., based in USA, CA 94043, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View. By using Google Maps on our website, information about your activity on this website and your IP address is sent to a Google server in the USA and it is also saved on that server. We have no knowledge of the exact content of the data transferred, or about its use by Google. In this context, Google states that it does not associate the data with information from other Google services and that it does not collect personal data. However, Google can transfer the information to third parties. If you deactivate Javascript in your browser, you disable the function of Google Maps. Then you cannot use map display on our website. By using our website, you give your consent for the described collection and processing of data by Google Inc.. More information on the data protection regulations and the terms of use for Google Maps is given on: www.google.com/intl/de_de/help/terms_maps.html. Twitter Plugin We use functions of the micro-blogging service Twitter on our website. Twitter is operated by Twitter Inc. The American company is based in USA, San Francisco, CA 94103, 1355 Market St, Suite 900. The main function of Twitter is the “Tweet function”. If you use this function on our website, a link is established to your Twitter account. There could be exchange of data with other users and data could be transferred to Twitter. We are not aware of the content of the data sent to Twitter, or about its use. For more information on this please go to twitter.com/privacy. A detailed privacy statement of Twitter is given there. Furthermore, the platform also gives you an option to change your privacy settings by yourself on twitter.com/account/settings. Privacy statement for using YouTube Our website uses Plugins of YouTube, which is owned by Google. YouTube is operated by YouTube, LLC, 901 Cherry Ave., San Bruno, CA 94066, USA. If you visit one of our pages with a YouTube Plugin, a connection is established to the servers of YouTube. The Youtube Server is informed of our website pages visited by you. If you are logged-in to your YouTube account, you enable YouTube to assign your surfing behaviour directly to your personal profile. You can prevent this by logging out of your YouTube account. More information on how the user data is handled is given in the privacy statement of YouTube on www.google.de/intl/de/policies/privacy We use products and services of WiredMinds AG Our website uses counting pixel technology provided by WiredMinds GmbH (www.wiredminds.de) to analyze visitor behavior. In connection with this, the IP address of the visitor is processed. The processing occurs only for the purpose of collecting company based information such as company name, for example. IP addresses of natural persons are excluded from any further processing by means of a whitelist. An IP address is not stored in LeadLab under any circumstances. While processing data, it is our outmost interest to protect the rights of natural persons. Our interest in processing data is based on Article 6(1)(f) GDPR. At no time is it possible to draw conclusions from the collected data on an identifiable person. WiredMinds GmbH uses this information to create anonymized usage profiles of the visit behavior on our website. Data obtained during this process is not used to personally identify visitors of our website. Links to other websites  Our website may have links to other websites. We have no influence on the editorial content of external websites, and on whether the operator of the external websites follow the data privacy regulations. Modifications to this statement If amendments are made to the conditions of the online privacy statement of Braunschweiger Flammenfilter GmbH, we shall notify you of these amendments. In this way, you can know at any time which data we record online, how it is used and which options are available to you.
General Conditions of Purchase 1.    With the issuing of the order the supplier declares that it in agreement with these terms of business. Not commenting on any of the supplier's terms of business does not in any way constitute agreement with them. In particular, accepting the supplier's service does not represent implied agreement with its terms of business. These terms of business shall also apply to any and all future business relationships between the parties. Any amendments, side agreements and/or addenda within the context of this contract or of any future contracts shall require our written confirmation. 2.    Only orders issued in writing shall be binding for us. Any verbal/telephone agreements shall require our written confirmation. 3.    If our order is not confirmed within seven days of order date, we shall be entitled to cancel. Adding to, cutting back or otherwise deviating from our order or the associated documents shall require our written agreement. 4.    The prices stated in our order are fixed prices. Any price increase caveats shall require our express written agreement. 5.    The details of the order issued by us along with the associated documents, such as drawings, technical terms of supply, building regulations, materials regulations etc. and the relevant accident prevention regulations are an integral part of the individual purchase contracts. A start may be made with any potential series of deliveries only after the first sample has been accepted. In this case and in all other cases where the issuing of the order, making of the delivery, etc. is dependent on approval of a sample the purchase shall be a purchase subject to trial. If the details of the ordered parts are not recorded in our documents, the supplier must inform us of any intended changes, which need to be agreed to by us in writing. The quality of the products we order must meet the specifications defined in the order. Our quality department is entitled to audit the supplier. 6.    If in relation to the supplier circumstances become known to us due to which serious doubts exist about proper processing of the order, we shall be entitled to cancel the contract in respect of the still outstanding deliveries without paying any compensation. 7.    The time allowed for delivery stated by us starts from the order date. The delivery deadlines are binding. The deliveries must have arrived on the stipulated date at the destination specified by us, as our production planning is based on adherence to these dates. In the event of non-adherence to the delivery dates, we shall be entitled without setting any further deadline to cancel the order in full or in part and to demand compensation inclusive of the cost of any covering transaction. Force majeure, industrial disputes, unrest or any other circumstances beyond our control that lead to disruption of our production operation or to that of our customers shall release us for their duration and in the scope of their impact from any acceptance of deliveries and any obligation to pay compensation. 8.    Unless it has been otherwise agreed, the delivery must be made free of charge to the destination specified by us and must include all necessary packaging. The packaging material must conform to environmental specifications. The supplier shall be required to take the packaging back at no charge, if we so demand. The consignments are to be insured at the supplier's expense against damage in transit. 9.    All invoices are to be provided in triplicate, citing our order and product numbers, the supplier's delivery note numbers and our account and cost centres. 10.  How payment is made shall be our choice. Invoices are paid either within 14 days of receipt with 3% discounted from the gross invoice total or net after 60 days. All payments are made subject to our rights arising from deficient supply. If at the time payment is due complaints have already come to light, we shall be entitled to withhold payments. 11.  Any offsetting against our receivables from the business relationship shall be permissible only if the supplier is able to offset our claim with a claim of its own that is undisputed or has been deemed legally adjudged valid. The same shall apply to enforcing rights of retention. 12.  The supplier warrants that the goods supplied are unencumbered by any third-party rights. 13.  Confirmation of receipt of the goods shall rule out the making of any complaints about quality or quantity identified post receipt. The defining of formal acceptance terms shall not limit the supplier's warranty liability. The supplier's warranty period for its goods being free of defects shall be 36 months from date of delivery/acceptance. In the event of legitimate complaints we shall at our choice be entitled to return the defective goods at the supplier's expense and demand a replacement in perfect condition; for accounting reasons the value of the returned goods will in this event be debited and the replacement delivery is to be billed anew, to charge back the invoice value of the goods and the return carriage costs and to decline to have a new delivery, at the supplier's expense, to remedy the defect complained about ourselves or to have it remedied by a third party, to demand an appropriate reduction in the price, to withdraw wholly or in part from the order concerned in respect of any parts not yet delivered without the supplier gaining thereby any rights to compensation. If due to defective deliveries item-by-item checking of the goods received is necessary, the supplier shall bear the costs arising from this. The supplier shall be liable for all losses directly or indirectly incurred due to the defectiveness. 14.  Documents and production materials of any kind, such as samples, drawings, models, tools, regulations of a technical kind, etc. that we provide to the supplier or pay for on the supplier's behalf may be used only for deliveries to us. Just like the goods manufactured with them, they may not be passed on to any third party or used for the supplier's own purposes. They are to be kept confidential. If the supplier makes any models at our cost, they shall transfer into our ownership; these models and any models supplied by us shall be carefully kept safe, free of charge, until we call to have them passed to us and shall be insured as third-party property. Any use by or on behalf of any other party shall be permitted only with our written assignment. 15.  The supplier shall transfer to us as soon as they are made ownership of any semi-finished and finished products made on the basis of our specifications, drawings, models, etc. The safekeeping must be free of charge. The same shall apply to any special equipment for the production process (e.g. casting moulds), even if they were procured at the supplier's expense. 16. CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) guide-lines We at Braunschweiger Flammenfilter GmbH define the way in which we interpret our responsibilty to people and the environment and the expectations we place on our business partners in our CSR guidelines.  As a corporate group, we shall act in ac-cordance with the principle of loyalty, and we expect our suppliers to do the same; this al-lows a lasting relationship of trust to be built up and maintained. The supplier shall conduct himself in accordance with the principles of honesty and fairness, and shall comply with the prevailing rules on competition and with the applicable anti-corruption legislation in his bu-siness relationships.  The supplier undertakes: to comply with local working standards; to make no use of forced or bonded la-bour; to comply with regulations relating to the abolition of child labour and legal protec-tion for children and young people, as set out in the national legislation; to create a safe working environment, where risks to the health of his employees and subcontractors  are eliminated. The supplier shall comply with statutory requi-rements with respect to working time and the minimum wage.  The supplier shall endeavour to achieve the highest possible standards of environmental protection, and shall make every effort neces-sary to prevent his activities from having a harmful effect on the environment and/or to minimise this as far as possible, and to act responsibly and in an environmentally-friendly manner. The supplier undertakes to comply with all applicable laws and standards. 17.  The place of execution for all deliveries and payments shall be Braunschweig. 18.  Jurisdiction for any and all claims based on the business relationship shall rest with the courts of Braunschweig. This shall apply also to any claims arising from cheques or bills of exchange. The applicable law for the contractual relationship shall be German law. There shall be no application of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods. Should any of the above provisions be wholly or partially unenforceable, this shall, apart from that, not affect the validity of the provision(s) or of the contract.
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