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
E-mail :


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).

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