What are cookies?
A cookie is a small amount of data which a server sends to the browser with the intention that it is stored and returned
to this server on your next visit. Cookies can create files on your computer, however they will not damage your computer.
Cookies on the A.O. Smith website
The A.O. Smith website uses one type of cookies, so-called analytics cookies in the form of Google Analytics. Analysis cookies collect information on how a visitor uses a website, such as page visits and occurring error messages. The Google Analytics cookies on the A. O. Smith website provide insight into how the site works and how it can be improved. These cookies thereby help to contribute to the usability of the A.O. Smith website.
What if I don’t want any cookie(s)?
Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can modify your browser setting to decline cookies at any time,
if you prefer. The exact location of these settings varies by browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox). Usually this is specified in the ‘Settings’ menu, but it can also be found via the “help’’ function of your browser. In addition to the exact location of these adjustable settings, you will find the procedure specifically for your browser.