Priva­cy policy

Thank you for visi­ting our websi­te and for your inte­re­st in our pro­du­cts and servi­ces. We atta­ch great impor­tan­ce to your priva­cy. This, of cour­se, also applies to your visit on our websi­te. We wou­ld the­re­fo­re like to make you fami­liar with the data pro­ce­ssing pro­ce­du­res on our websi­te and inform you of our data pro­te­ction mea­su­res as well as what data we actua­lly colle­ct. We are commi­tted to pro­te­cting the data of our websi­te visi­tors. No per­so­nal data will be passed to coo­pe­ra­tion par­t­ners or adver­ti­se­ment compa­nies. We rese­rve the rig­ht to adju­st the infor­ma­tion provi­ded in this priva­cy sta­te­ment to chan­ges in legi­sla­tion or juri­sdi­ction without prior noti­fi­ca­tion. The cur­rent ver­sion publi­shed here sha­ll be the valid version.

The follo­wing body is respon­si­ble for the pro­ce­ssing of your data with regard to the data pro­te­ction laws (Arti­cle 4, Para­g­ra­ph 7 EU-GDPR):

SPE­CK Pumpen Ver­kau­fs­ge­se­llscha­ft GmbH

Postal addre­ss:
Postfa­ch 10
91231 Neun­kir­chen am Sand

Offi­ce address:
Hau­ptstraße 3
91233 Neun­kir­chen am Sand

Pho­ne     +49 9123 949-0
Fax         +49 9123 949-260

During use of this websi­te, various per­so­nal data will be colle­cted and pro­ce­ssed accor­ding to legal requi­re­men­ts, in par­ti­cu­lar EU-GDPR.

Legal basis (per­so­nal data; Arti­cle 4 EU-GDPR)

Per­so­nal data is data about your per­son that makes it possi­ble to iden­ti­fy you. This inclu­des, for exa­mple, name, sur­na­me, your addre­ss and your e-mail addre­ss. Data from social media networ­ks such as Face­book, Xing, Lin­ke­dIn, Twi­tter and Goo­g­le+ may also count as per­so­nal infor­ma­tion. You can gene­ra­lly visit the SPE­CK Pumpen Ver­kau­fs­ge­se­llscha­ft GmbH websi­te without us requi­ring your per­so­nal data. However, situa­tions may occur in whi­ch we requi­re your name and addre­ss as well as fur­ther infor­ma­tion. We main­ly colle­ct per­so­nal data with

> Regi­stra­tions for the indivi­dual tra­der login;
> Con­ta­ct via e-mail;
> Newsle­tter subscriptions;
> Con­ta­ct via the con­ta­ct form.

Basic prin­ci­ples

By using this websi­te, you agree to us colle­cting cer­tain data. In return, we under­ta­ke to only colle­ct data whi­ch is abso­lu­te­ly nece­ssary and to pro­te­ct your data at all times. We do not colle­ct per­so­nal data if you simply visit our websi­te. Thus, you can visit our websi­te without telling us who you are. We are only infor­med of the name of your inter­net servi­ce provi­der and the IP addre­ss used to acce­ss our websi­te, the websi­te you were refer­red from and the pages you bro­wse on our site. This infor­ma­tion will be eva­lua­ted for sta­ti­sti­cal rea­sons. You, as an indivi­dual user, will remain anon­ymous in this pro­ce­ss. If you wish to use a per­so­na­li­sed servi­ce (e.g. newsle­tter subscri­ption) you will be asked to provi­de cer­tain per­so­nal data, whi­ch is requi­red for the provi­sion of this service.

Colle­ction and pro­ce­ssing of non-per­so­nal data

Whe­never our websi­te is acce­ssed, i.e. whe­never a user reque­sts or tries to reque­st a file on this server, data docu­men­ting this pro­ce­ss is sto­red in the log file. This is not per­so­nal data, i.e. we are not able to ascer­tain whi­ch user has reque­sted whi­ch data. Fur­ther­mo­re, we do not make any atte­mpt to colle­ct such information.

The follo­wing data is recor­ded each time our websi­te is accessed:

>       Name of the reque­sted file
>       Date and time of the request
>       Volu­me of data transferred
>       Name of your inter­net servi­ce provider
>       Your computer’s ope­ra­ting system and bro­wser softwa­re, whe­re necessary
>       Websi­te you were refer­red from.

The above-men­tio­ned data is eva­lua­ted sole­ly by our­se­lves and used for sta­ti­sti­cal rea­sons only. The data is used to improve our websi­te for you.

Use and tran­smi­ssion of per­so­nal data and earmarking

Any per­so­nal data will only be colle­cted when it is provi­ded by the user the­mse­lves e.g. during regi­stra­tion for the newsle­tter or tra­der account. All of the per­so­nal data within this sco­pe is colle­cted, pro­ce­ssed and uti­li­sed in accor­dan­ce with the appli­ca­ble regu­la­tions regar­ding the pro­te­ction of per­so­nal data and only for the pur­po­se of servi­ces reque­sted by the user and for the pro­ce­ssing of their enqui­ries. The data will not be pro­ce­ssed and used for the pur­po­se of con­su­lting, adver­ti­sing and mar­ket research.

SSL encr­yption

In order to pro­te­ct your data during tran­smi­ssion, we use an encr­yption method cor­re­spon­ding to the late­st tech­no­lo­gy e.g. SSL via HTTPS.

Is the con­fi­den­tia­li­ty of e-mail correspondence/contact for­ms guaranteed?

Shou­ld you wish to con­ta­ct us via your own e-mail account, we draw your atten­tion to the fact that, under cer­tain cir­cu­mstan­ces, the con­fi­den­tia­li­ty of the infor­ma­tion sent in this way can­not be guaranteed.

If the data is colle­cted and pro­ce­ssed via our con­ta­ct form, this data will be encr­ypted befo­re it is tran­smi­tted. We reco­mmend that you only send us con­fi­den­tial infor­ma­tion via the post.

Goo­g­le Analytics

This websi­te uses Goo­g­le Ana­lyti­cs, a web ana­lyti­cs servi­ce provi­ded by Goo­g­le, Inc. (“Goo­g­le”). Goo­g­le Ana­lyti­cs uses “coo­kies”, whi­ch are text files pla­ced on your compu­ter, to help the websi­te ana­lyse how users use the site. The infor­ma­tion gene­ra­ted by the coo­kie about your use of the websi­te (inclu­ding your IP addre­ss) will be tran­smi­tted to and sto­red by Goo­g­le on servers in the Uni­ted Sta­tes. Shou­ld the IP anon­ymi­sa­tion be activa­ted, Goo­g­le will truncate/anonymise the last octet of the IP addre­ss for Member Sta­tes of the Euro­pean Union as well as for other par­ties to the Agree­ment on the Euro­pean Eco­no­mic Area. Only in exce­ptio­nal cases is the full IP addre­ss sent to and shor­te­ned by Goo­g­le servers in the USA. On beha­lf of the websi­te provi­der Goo­g­le will use this infor­ma­tion for the pur­po­se of eva­lua­ting your use of the websi­te, compi­ling repor­ts on websi­te activi­ty for websi­te ope­ra­tors and provi­ding other servi­ces rela­ting to websi­te activi­ty and inter­net usa­ge to the websi­te provi­der. Goo­g­le will not asso­cia­te your IP addre­ss with any other data held by Goo­g­le. You may refu­se the use of coo­kies by sele­cting the appro­pria­te settings on your bro­wser. However, plea­se note that if you do this, you may not be able to use the full fun­ctio­na­li­ty of this websi­te. Fur­ther­mo­re you can prevent Google’s colle­ction and use of data (coo­kies and IP addre­ss) by down­loa­ding and insta­lling the bro­wser plug-in avai­la­ble under

In view of the discu­ssion on the use of ana­lyti­cal too­ls with comple­te IP addre­sses, we wou­ld like to point out that this websi­te uses Goo­g­le Ana­lyti­cs with the exten­sion "_anonymizeIp()" so that IP addre­sses are only pro­ce­ssed fur­ther in abbrevia­ted form to prevent them being dire­ctly lin­ked to a par­ti­cu­lar individual.

Fur­ther infor­ma­tion regar­ding Goo­g­le Ana­lyti­cs (safe­guar­ding your data):

Goo­g­le Maps

This websi­te uses the Goo­g­le Maps servi­ce via an API. The provi­der is Goo­g­le Inc., 1600 Amphi­thea­tre Par­kway, Moun­tain View, CA 94043, USA.

When you use Goo­g­le Maps, the infor­ma­tion that you are using the web page, inclu­ding your IP addre­ss, is sent to a Goo­g­le server in the US, whe­re it is sto­red. If nece­ssary, Goo­g­le will tran­sfer infor­ma­tion obtai­ned via Maps to a third par­ty if requi­red by law or shou­ld a third par­ty be autho­ri­zed by Goo­g­le to pro­ce­ss this data. Goo­g­le will never asso­cia­te your IP addre­ss with any other data held by Google.

You will find the Goo­g­le priva­cy poli­cy & ter­ms and con­di­tions for Goo­g­le Maps under

The use of scri­pt libra­ries (Goo­g­le Webfonts)

In order to display our con­tent cor­re­ctly and gra­phi­ca­lly appea­ling­ly acro­ss all bro­wsers, we use scri­pt and font libra­ries on this websi­te, for exa­mple Goo­g­le Webfon­ts ( Goo­g­le Webfon­ts are assi­g­ned in order to avoid multi­ple loa­ding in your browser’s cache. Shou­ld the bro­wser not support Goo­g­le Webfon­ts or prevent acce­ss, the con­tent will be displa­yed in a stan­dard font.

When the scri­pt or font libra­ries are retrieved, a con­ne­ction to the ope­ra­tor of the library is auto­ma­ti­ca­lly tri­g­ge­red. In this case, it is possi­ble that the ope­ra­tor of the library will colle­ct data, however it is cur­ren­tly unclear whe­ther and to what pur­po­se this may occur.

You will find the library ope­ra­tor Google’s priva­cy poli­cy here:


Our sites inte­g­ra­te plu­gins from the social media network Face­book. The provi­der is Face­book Inc., 1 Hacker Way, Men­lo Park, Cali­for­nia 94025, USA. You can reco­g­ni­se the Face­book plu­gins by the Face­book logo or the “like” button on our page.

You will find an ove­rview of the Face­book plu­gins here:

When you visit our pages, the plug-in esta­bli­shes a dire­ct con­ne­ction between your bro­wser and the Face­book server. Face­book the­re­by receives the infor­ma­tion that you have visi­ted our site from your IP addre­ss. If you cli­ck the Face­book “like” button whi­le you are log­ged into your Face­book account, you can link the con­ten­ts of our pages to your Face­book pro­fi­le. In this way, Face­book can attri­bu­te the visit on our pages to your user account. Plea­se note that we, as the provi­der of the pages, do not receive any noti­ce of the con­tent of tran­smi­tted data, nor of their use by Face­book. You can find more infor­ma­tion about this in Facebook’s data priva­cy sta­te­ment at

If you do not wish for Face­book to attri­bu­te the visit to your Face­book account, plea­se log out of your Face­book account.

The rea­son for and sco­pe of the data acqui­si­tion and infor­ma­tion about the way in whi­ch the data is pro­ce­ssed and used by Face­book, as well as your rig­hts in this respe­ct and settings options for pro­te­cting your priva­cy can be found in Facebook’s priva­cy poli­cy:

In addi­tion, exter­nal too­ls are avai­la­ble for all common­pla­ce bro­wsers, whi­ch ena­ble the blo­cking of Face­book social plu­gins using Add-ons.


Our websi­te uses the network XING. The provi­der is XING AG, Dammtor­straße 29-32, 20354 Hamburg, Ger­many. Each time one of our pages con­tai­ning fun­ctions from XING is acce­ssed, a con­ne­ction to the XING server is esta­bli­shed. However, XING does not sto­re any per­so­nal data. Fur­ther­mo­re XING does not sto­re IP addre­sses nor does it moni­tor user behavior.

Fur­ther infor­ma­tion regar­ding data pro­te­ction and the XING sha­re button can be found in XING’s priva­cy poli­cy:


Our pages inte­g­ra­te fun­ctions of the Twi­tter servi­ce. The­se fun­ctions are offe­red by Twi­tter Inc., Twi­tter, Inc. 1355 Mar­ket St, Sui­te 900, San Fran­ci­sco, CA 94103, USA. By using Twi­tter and the fun­ction “Re-Tweet” the websi­tes visi­ted by you are lin­ked with your Twi­tter account and are made kno­wn to other users. In the pro­ce­ss, data is also tran­sfer­red to Twi­tter. Plea­se note that we, as the provi­der of the pages, receive no infor­ma­tion as to the con­tent of the data tran­sfer­red or as to the use made of it by Twi­tter. Fur­ther infor­ma­tion rela­ting to this topic can be found in the data-pro­te­ction sta­te­ment made by Twi­tter under

You can chan­ge your data-pro­te­ction settings on Twi­tter in the account settings under


Our websi­te uses plu­gins from You­Tu­be, whi­ch is ope­ra­ted by Goo­g­le. The provi­der is You­Tu­be, LLC, 901 Cherry Ave., San Bru­no, CA 94066, USA.

When you visit one of our sites whi­ch is equi­pped with a You­Tu­be plu­gin, a con­ne­ction to the You­Tu­be server is esta­bli­shed. The You­Tu­be server is thus infor­med about whi­ch spe­ci­fic pages of our websi­te you have visited.

If you are alrea­dy log­ged into your You­Tu­be account, you ena­ble You­Tu­be to con­ne­ct your bro­wsing habi­ts dire­ctly with your per­so­nal pro­fi­le. You can prevent this con­ne­ction by log­ging out of your You­Tu­be user account as well as other user accoun­ts belonging to You­Tu­be LLC and Goo­g­le Inc. and dele­ting the coo­kies belonging to the­se compa­nies befo­re visi­ting our website.

Fur­ther infor­ma­tion regar­ding the han­dling of user data can be found in YouTube’s priva­cy poli­cy:


We use the so-called dou­ble opt in pro­ce­ss for the distri­bu­tion of our newsle­tter. This means that we will only send you a newsle­tter via e-mail when you have expli­ci­tly con­fir­med that we shou­ld activa­te the newsle­tter servi­ce for you by cli­cking the link sent in the e-mail con­fir­ma­tion. When you sign up to our newsle­tter we save your IP addre­ss and the date of the regi­stra­tion. This serves as evi­den­ce for all par­ties shou­ld a third par­ty misu­se your e-mail addre­ss in order to sign you up for the newsle­tter without your kno­wle­d­ge or autho­ri­sa­tion. Shou­ld you no lon­ger wish to receive our newsle­tter, you can unsu­bscri­be and the­re­fo­re refu­se futu­re newsletters.


Our websi­te uses cookies.

Coo­kies are sma­ll text files that are pla­ced on your computer’s hard drive by websi­tes that you visit. The use of coo­kies does not dama­ge your devi­ce, nor do the coo­kies con­tain viru­ses, Tro­jans or other malwa­re. The infor­ma­tion received throu­gh coo­kies is used to auto­ma­ti­ca­lly reco­g­ni­se you the next time you visit our websi­te and to make navi­ga­tion easier for you. Of cour­se it is possi­ble to view our websi­te without acce­pting coo­kies. It is possi­ble to con­fi­gu­re the bro­wser so that no coo­kies are saved to your PC. However, if the coo­kies are comple­te­ly dea­ctiva­ted, not all fun­ctions on our websi­te can be used.

Most of the coo­kies we use are so-called “session coo­kies”. They are auto­ma­ti­ca­lly dele­ted at the end of your visit.

The legal basis for the pro­ce­ssing of per­so­nal data using coo­kies is Arti­cle 6, Para­g­ra­ph 1 letter f EU-GDPR.

Rig­hts of the data subject

The user has the rig­ht to receive, upon reque­st and free of char­ge, infor­ma­tion regar­ding the per­so­nal data sto­red (Arti­cle 15 EU-GDPR). Moreover, the user can reque­st the data be cor­re­cted (Arti­cle 16 EU-GDPR) or dele­ted (Arti­cle 17 EU-GDPR). Plea­se con­ta­ct us shou­ld you wish to learn whi­ch per­so­nal data we have saved about you or shou­ld you wish your data to be dele­ted or corrected.

In addi­tion, accor­ding to legal regu­la­tions, users have the rig­ht to limit the pro­ce­ssing (Arti­cle 18 EU-GDPR), the rig­ht to obje­ct to the pro­ce­ssing (Arti­cle 21 EU-GDPR), the rig­ht of revo­ca­tion (Arti­cle 7 EU-GDPR), the rig­ht to data por­ta­bi­li­ty (Arti­cle 20 EU-GDPR) as well as the rig­ht to appeal at the relevant supe­rvi­sory autho­ri­ty (Arti­cle 57 EU-GDPR). In such cases, plea­se con­ta­ct us directly.

Legal basis for processing

Arti­cle 6 I letter a EU-GDPR is the legal basis for pro­ce­ssing whe­re we requi­re your con­sent for a spe­ci­fic pro­ce­ssing pur­po­se. If the pro­ce­ssing of per­so­nal data is requi­red for the fulfi­lment of a con­tra­ct, the con­tra­cting par­ty being the per­son in que­stion, as is the case in pro­ce­ssing ope­ra­tions for whi­ch delivery of goo­ds or provi­sion of a par­ti­cu­lar servi­ce is nece­ssary, the pro­ce­ssing is based on Arti­cle 6 I letter b EU-GDPR. The same applies for pro­ce­ssing ope­ra­tions that are requi­red for the exe­cu­tion of pre-con­tra­ctual mea­su­res for exa­mple for enqui­ries regar­ding our pro­du­cts or servi­ces. If our company is subje­ct to a legal obli­ga­tion, whi­ch requi­res the pro­ce­ssing of per­so­nal data, for exa­mple to fulfil tax obli­ga­tions, the pro­ce­ssing is based on Arti­cle 6 I letter c EU-GDPR.

Fina­lly, pro­ce­ssing ope­ra­tions may be based on Arti­cle 6 I letter f EU-GDPR. Pro­ce­ssing ope­ra­tions not cove­red by one of the above legal bases are based on this legal basis if the pro­ce­ssing is requi­red in order to pro­te­ct a legi­ti­ma­te inte­re­st of our company or a third par­ty, provi­ded that the inte­re­sts and basic rig­hts and free­do­ms of the per­son in que­stion do not prevail. Such pro­ce­ssing ope­ra­tions are per­mi­tted, as they are spe­ci­fi­ca­lly men­tio­ned by the Euro­pean legi­sla­tors. They took the view that a legi­ti­ma­te inte­re­st can be assu­med, if the per­son in que­stion is a custo­mer of tho­se respon­si­ble (Reci­tal 47 Para­g­ra­ph 2 EU-GDPR).

Name and con­ta­ct detai­ls of the Data Pro­te­ction Supervisor:

Daten­schu­tz Pöllin­ger GmbH
Daten­schu­tzbeau­ftra­g­te Gise­la Pöllinger
Dre­sd­ner Straße 38
92318 Neumarkt

Tel.: +49 9181 27057-0


SPE­CK Pumpen Ver­kau­fs­ge­se­llscha­ft GmbH does not assu­me lia­bi­li­ty for or gua­ran­tee that the infor­ma­tion and data provi­ded is cur­rent, cor­re­ct and comple­te. We do not acce­pt any lia­bi­li­ty for the con­tent of exter­nal links.

Respon­si­bi­li­ty for the con­tent of exter­nal lin­ks lies exclu­sive­ly with the ope­ra­tor of the­se websites.

SPE­CK Pumpen Ver­kau­fs­ge­se­llscha­ft GmbH rese­rves the rig­ht to modi­fy or supple­ment the infor­ma­tion and data provi­ded without prior announcement.

The con­tent of the websi­te is pro­te­cted by copyright.
Repro­du­ction of infor­ma­tion, data or docu­men­ts, par­ti­cu­lar­ly the use of texts, text seg­men­ts or ima­ge mate­rial for commer­cial use, requi­res the prior approval of SPE­CK Pumpen Ver­kau­fs­ge­se­llscha­ft GmbH.

The Android appli­ca­tion "Eco Che­ck" is a tech­no­lo­gy demon­stra­tor for SPE­CK Pumpen. The author of this free­wa­re acce­pts no respon­si­bi­li­ty for dama­ges resu­lting from the use of this pro­du­ct and makes no war­ran­ty or repre­sen­ta­tion, either expre­ss or implied, inclu­ding but not limi­ted war­ran­ty of mer­chan­ta­bi­li­ty or fit­ne­ss for a par­ti­cu­lar pur­po­se. This softwa­re is provi­ded as is and you, the user, assu­me all risks when using it.

Ter­ms and con­di­tions apply.

You can down­load our ter­ms and con­di­tions as a PDF here (32 kB).

In order to view the PDF file you will need the Ado­be Acro­bat Rea­der whi­ch is avai­la­ble to down­load free of char­ge from the Ado­be websi­te (

Infor­ma­tion sheet