We use cookies for technical reasons to enhance the visitor experience on Nira's website. Cookies are also used for statistical purposes and for measuring web traffic.
We use cookies for the following reasons:

-To enable the system to identify visitors on the site again and to customize navigation and services.
-To make it easier for users to navigate the site by remembering, for example, previous choices and enabling favorite / shortcuts to services.
-To help us improve our website by better understanding of how users interact.
-To be able to compile reports and calculations on the number of users and traffic.

We also use third-party cookies from other companies to carry out marketing research and traffic measurements and to improve website functionality.
Rejection of service

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You can adjust or change your browser settings and accept or reject cookies. However, it should be borne in mind that if you block cookies, some of the features or sub-domains of a website may be limited. At www.allaboutcookies.org, simple and easy instructions for managing cookies are available in different browsers. You can also read the instructions on how to delete cookies in the most common browsers by visiting Google Help.
If you have any questions about using Nira Oy's cookies or other technologies, please email. We will be happy to answer your questions.
What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that a website saves with a visitor to a computer. Many websites use cookies to allow users access to different functions. Cookie information can be used to track user mobility habits on websites that use the same cookies.
What does the law say about cookies?

According to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, all users visiting websites should be aware that the website uses cookies and the purpose of the use of cookies. Users must also accept the use of cookies.

Nira handpumps

Over 90 years' experience making pumps for water, oil or fuel.