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Our company, ICR Sprint Coatings UK Ltd, is committed to ensuring that the information that appears on this site is accurate and up-to-date. However, we cannot rule out the possibility that it contains mistakes or that some detail has been unintentionally left out. Visitors should feel free to contact us directly if they wish to check the accuracy of the information published. Our company reserves the right to make any necessary changes without prior notice and for this reason, images, captions, etc., on the site may not match the products or services offered in some parts of it. Our company is not in any way responsible for how the information published is used and/or for direct or indirect damage caused by using it. Without prejudice to the rights of consumers.

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When browsing a site the user can receive cookies on his or her terminal sent by various sites or Web servers (so-called “third parties”), some elements can reside on (such as images, maps, sounds, links to pages of other domains) found on the site the user is visiting.

Cookies are usually found in great numbers in the browsers of users and at times are persistent and are used for different purposes: execution of authentication, session monitoring, saving information on certain configurations regarding users of the server, etc. More information may be found on cookies at

In order to properly regulate such devices, it is necessary to distinguish them as there are no technical characteristics differentiating them based on the purposes of whoever uses them. The lawmaker has moved in this direction and implemented provisions contained in Directive 2009/136/EC and has made it an obligation to obtain prior and informed consent of users for installation of non-persistent cookies, i.e. those used for purposes other than technical reasons (see Art. 1, paragraph 5, letter a) of Italian Legislative Decree No. 69 of 28 May 2012, which amended Art. 122 of the Italian Civil Code).

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Types of cookies

Browsing cookies – First-party cookies

These cookies help to make browsing and use of our Web site possible and enable the connection between the server and the user’s browser. These cookies allow our site to work properly and display contents on the device used. Without these cookies some functionalities such as log-in to our site or keeping items in a shopping cart for on-line shopping might not be supplied.
Browsing cookies are persistent cookies and necessary for the site to work.

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These cookies collect information about how the user uses the Web site, such as which Web pages are viewed more often. Our site uses the third-party cookies of Google Analytics, a statistical analysis service provided and managed by Google. The Google Analytics system found at has been set to reduce the identification powers of cookies, while functions allowing third parties to match information have been disabled. With these settings this type of cookie is equated to a persistent cookie.
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