By accessing or using the eridiabio.com site (“Website”) operated by Eridia GmbH, 2100, Leobendorf  (“Eridia”) the user agrees with the following terms and conditions. Any special agreements concerning services or products of Eridia shall apply in addition to these terms and conditions. 

Your use of the Website


By using the Website you agree that you only do so for lawful purposes. You explicitly confirm that you are not using the Website in any way that is unlawful or fraudulent, or has any unlawful or fraudulent purpose or effect and that you refrain from sending or uploading any material that contains viruses, spyware, trojan horses or any other harmful programs that may adversely effect any software and/or hardware. 



No Warranty 

All information published on this Website is non-binding and made available by Eridia for personal use and information purposes only. Although the published information has been prepared by Eridia with due care, Eridia accepts no and explicitly precludes any liability, responsibility or warranty in any form for the correctness, accuracy, completeness, reliability, and timeliness of information provided on the Website. 


Limitation of liability 

Eridia assumes no liability for losses and damages of any kind (in particular direct, indirect, or consequential damages) resulting from accessing or using the Website, or from links to third-party websites. Moreover, Eridia excludes the liability for any manipulations of the internet user’s IT system by unauthorized persons and emphasizes the risk of viruses and of targeted hacker attacks. The flawless functioning of the Website and its individual parts cannot be guaranteed by Eridia. Thus, Eridia accepts no liability for damages which arise from the inability to access or use the Website. In order to prevent viruses, using the latest browser versions as well as installing a regularly updated anti-virus software is recommended. 



The entire content of this Website is copyright-protected and the individual elements of the Website and its entirety belong exclusively to Eridia as website operator. Printing or saving individual pages and/or sections of the Website and its content is permitted for personal or internal use only and only with full reference to the source. In any case all property rights remain with Eridia. In order to (fully or partially) modify, copy, distribute, transmit (electronically or by other means), display, reproduce, publish, perform, license, frame, transfer, link, or use any content obtained from the Eridia Website (in whole or in part) in any other way for commercial or public purposes the prior written permission of Eridia is required. Further, the use of tools (e.g. Spider, Crawler, and other automatic tools) designed to systematically and automatically access, index, and/or transmit the content of the Eridia Website are not permitted. Legal steps against the responsible parties are expressly reserved by Eridia. 

The copyright in some content are available on Eridia belongs to ZETA GmbH, Bühler AG, or to third parties (“Third Party Content”). You must check copyright notices on or in respect of individual Third Party Content.


Linked websites (Links) 

This Website may contain links which lead to third-party websites. Eridia has no control over the layout and the content of such websites and therefore will not assume any liability for the correctness, accuracy, completeness, reliability, and timeliness of data, and the legality of their content and for any offers or services contained therein. 


Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy 

By accessing the Website you acknowledge and agree that the internet is not a secure environment and that Eridia expressly excludes any responsibility in this regard. Further information about the way Eridia process your personal data please refer to our  Privacy Policy. 



Eridia may change, complete, or remove the Website or parts of it at any time and without any further announcements. We reserve the right to alter the content of this Website in any manner, at any time and for any reason without prior notification, and refuse all liability for possible consequences arising from such changes. 


Applicable Law and Place of Jurisdiction 

Austrian material law applies exclusively to the exclusion of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (1980). The exclusive place of jurisdiction is Vienna, Austria.