privacy policy

This privacy policy explains how Unik Filtersystem AS collects and uses personal data.

Data controller

Unik Filtersystem (hereinafter “Unik”), general manager, is responsible for processing the company’s personal data. Where the day-to-day responsibility is delegated, this is stated under each individual item. The delegation only covers the tasks and not the responsibility. The declaration contains general information about how we process personal data, refers to current data protection legislation, including the EU’s data protection regulation (GDPR).

Collection of personal data

Unik registers the personal data you provide in connection with requests/offers, trade, event participation, tenders and projects.

Personal data that is stored

Unik stores the following information: first and last name, e-mail address, telephone number, country, company, related company information, your fields of interest and job role (hereinafter “personal data”) as well as purchase history.


Unik uses the personal data for the purpose of looking after you as a customer and possibly the interests of the company you represent. We process information in order to carry out our obligations according to agreement with you. We also use information to be able to provide you with information, offers, service in connection with your purchase and previous requests. This is done through e-mail, SMS, telephone, letters, for example news and campaigns, products, events and promotions from Unik.

Legal basis

Authority to process the personal data:

Article 6, §1, GDPR General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU)

Information about name, address, telephone, e-mail address is used to fulfill purchase agreements. The basis for this processing is Article 6 (b) of the Personal Protection Regulation.

Where you have consented to this, the information is also used to provide you with information, offers and service in connection with your purchase and previous request via e-mail, telephone and SMS. The basis for this processing is the Personal Protection Regulation Art 6 (a). You can refuse to receive such information from us at any time.

Where you have consented to this, purchase history is used to provide recommendations and advertising specially adapted to you as a user. The basis for this processing is the Personal Protection Regulation Art 6 (a). You can withdraw your consent to such use at any time.


All companies and people registered in our CRM system are considered customers with whom we have a relationship. We register these on the basis of legitimate interest or consent based on this. All customers/persons will have the opportunity to change or withdraw their consent via a link they are assigned upon creation, or via our mailings.

Disclosure of information to third parties

We will not share, sell, transfer or otherwise disclose personal data to others, unless we are legally obliged to do so.

In order to be able to fulfill our obligations under the agreement, the necessary information is disclosed to our partners:

Shipping companies: for example Postnord, Bring, Posten, Nor Lines.

Collaborative partners in projects.

Superoffice: Unik’s data processor, and our supplier for the development and maintenance of our database.

Vangdal Accounting AS

Deletion of personal data

Information we have received in connection with your purchase is stored in our archive until you give notice that this is to be deleted. We see this as necessary to safeguard your (and possibly the company you represent) interests. As our products are tailor-made solutions, we see this as necessary to be able to help you with spare parts and service. Otherwise, the Bookkeeping Act and the Accounting Act are followed.

Rights of the data subject

We process your personal data in accordance with the Personal Data Act and applicable regulations. Please note that you can request access to and transfer of your own personal information, as well as request correction or deletion of information. Contact our data protection officer.

Privacy Commissioner

We have a data protection officer, Andri Håvardstun, who ensures that the Personal Data Act’s rules on the processing of personal data are followed. If you have any questions, please get in touch.

Information security

We secure your personal data through both physical and virtual access and access control. Data processor agreements have been concluded.

Changes to the privacy statement

We reserve the right to change or supplement this privacy policy at any time. To the extent that the changes in the privacy statement are considered essential and significant, you will be informed of this via e.g. e-mail.

What personal data the website collects

If you post a comment on this site, you can ask us to remember your name, email and website. This information is stored in a cookie and is there to make things easier for you. You then do not need to enter this information again the next time you post a comment. These cookies expire after one year.

If you have an account and log in to this site, we will create a temporary cookie to determine whether your browser supports its use. This cookie contains no personal data and disappears as soon as you close your browser.

When you log in, cookies are created that store your login information and choices you have made regarding how content should be displayed. Cookies with login information expire after two days, while those with display choices last for one year. If you tick “Remember me”, your login information will be stored for two weeks. If you log out of your account, these cookies will disappear.

If you edit or publish an article, an additional cookie will be stored in your browser. This cookie does not contain any personal information, but only the ID of the article you just edited. It expires after one day.

Embedded content from other websites
Articles on this site may include embedded content (eg videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites behaves exactly as if the visitor had visited the website from which the embedded content originates.

These websites may collect information about you, use cookies or embed tracking systems from a third party and monitor what you do via this embedded content. This also includes tracking your actions via the embedded content if you have an account and are logged into the website.

We use Google Analytics to analyze website traffic. Visits to the page are registered with IP, but the information is anonymised. Google Analytics stores data in data centers in Europe that are subject to European GDPR regulations.

General information about security, privacy and GDPR at Google

We use Facebook Business Manager. There we also create advertisements aimed at our target group. By having a Facebook tracking pixel (script) on our website, we can track when a desired action from a Facebook advertisement occurs on our website. In addition, we can advertise to those who visit our website (so-called retargeting). We will always comply with Facebook’s regulations in force at all times, which are in accordance with the GDPR.

Read more about Facebook and privacy here