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IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC. uses cookies on selected pages. These cookies are only used to help analyze how visitors utilize our web pages. IDEAL respects your personal privacy while accessing our site. No personal data of any kind is being collected or stored in these cookies.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file that a web site places on your computer to allow it to retain information about your visit to the web site. Your computer will only return information in the cookie to the web site that initially placed it on your computer. A cookie should not be retrievable by any web site other than the one that originally created it. There are two types of cookies, session and persistent. Session cookies only last as long as your web browser is open. Once you close your browser, the cookie disappears. Persistent cookies store information on your computer for longer periods of time, perhaps permanently.

Please note that a cookie is not a melicious virus, trojan horse or spyware. Other than using a very small amount of disk space, cookies do not alter your computer in any way.

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Why is IDEAL using cookies?

IDEAL uses persistant cookies to determine whether a visitor is new to our site or is making a return visit. Our cookies are managed thorugh code written by the provider of our web monitoring software. The cookies are only used by the web monitoring software. We do not collect any personal data whatsoever about our visitors through the use of cookies. Our cookies are used by web the monitoring software to establish usage statistics for our site. These statistics help us determine the effectiveness of our web pages. This information is used to help design user-friendly web pages that provides you with the information you need in an easy to use format. We only use cookies to better serve our valued customers.

Controlling cookies on your computer

You can control the use of cookies on your computer through security features incorporated into the web browser you are using. Check the help options available for your browser or consult your browser provider's web site for further information.