Sandvik Process Systems is a developer and manufacturer
of steel belts, press plates and processing systems

Accessibility statement

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Accessibility goals

All information and all services published on this site should be accessible and usable for all, regardless of any disability you may have and regardless of which web browser or operating system you use.

If you find something on the site thast is difficult to use, we would appreciate if you contact us and tell us about the problem. Doing so will help us improve our website.

Help and usage tips

Here are a few tips that will make it easier to use our website. Many of these tips are applicable to all websites.

Printing

This website uses style sheets (CSS) to make web browsers format each page for printing automatically. There is no special "printer friendly" version of each page. All you have to do is use your web browser's built-in print function.

If your browser supports it, there is also a "Print" link at the bottom of each page.

On the printed page, menus and other elements that are not related to the main content are removed, and the font and text size are changed to be more suitable for printing.

If you would like to see what the printout will look like before actually sending it to your printer, select "Print preview" in your web browser or the print dialog.

Text size

This website specifies text size in a way that makes it possible to change the text size with the built-in functionality of all web browsers. The method for changing text size varies depending on which web browser you use. If you don't know which web browser you're using, the name is usually displayed at the top of the window or in the menu bar.

There are too many web browsers for us to be able to explain how to change text size in all of them, but here are brief explanations of how to change the text size in the browsers that are currently the most widely used:

Internet Explorer version 6

  1. Open the View menu
  2. Open the Text Size submenu
  3. Select the text size you want

If you use a mouse with a scroll wheel, you can also change the text size by holding down the Ctrl key while scrolling up or down.

Internet Explorer, versions 7 and 8

To resize text only:

  1. Open the Page menu
  2. Open the Text Size submenu
  3. Select the text size you want

To resize everything on the page:

  1. Open the Page menu
  2. Open the Zoom submenu
  3. Select the zoom level you want

If you use a mouse with a scroll wheel, you can also change resize everything on the page by holding down the Ctrl key while scrolling up or down.

Firefox

  1. Open the View menu
  2. Open the Zoom submenu
  3. Select Zoom In or Zoom Out. This will increase or decrease the size of everything on the page. If you only want to affect the text, select the Zoom Text Only option.

Safari

  1. Open the View menu
  2. Select Zoom In or Zoom Out. This will increase or decrease the size of everything on the page. If you only want to affect the text, select the Zoom Text Only option.

In most other web browsers it is possible to change the text size or enlarge the entire page in similar ways. If you are unsure of how to do it in your web browser the information should be available in the browser's documentation or help system.

New windows

No links on this website should automatically open in new windows. If you want to manually open a link in a new window or a new tab, you can right-click the link and select "Open Link in New Window" or "Open Link in New Tab".

You can also hold down a key while clicking the link to open it in a new window or tab. Which key to press depends on your web browser and operating system, but the most common ones are Ctrl in Windows and Cmd (Apple) in Mac OS X.

Shortcuts

To make it quicker for people who do not use a mouse to move to different parts of the page, this site has "Skip links". These links appear when you start tabbing through the page and are internal links:

  • Skip to main navigation moves keyboard focus to the main navigation links
  • Skip to main content moves keyboard focus to the main content area

Guidelines

This website is designed and developed with the intention of following all applicable accessibility guidelines, mainly Vägledningen 24-timmarswebben (In Swedish), originally created by the Swedish Administrative Development Agency, and W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.

This is not a formal WCAG 2.0 conformance claim; however our intention is that all pages on this website should satisfy all Level A and Level AA Success Criteria as well as many Level AAA Success Criteria.

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